No, I dug into the story more and looked at both sides of the story and have found that the dragon is actually a pretty good guy, and the princess has a long history of pathological lying and false accusations, and has pulled just this kind of thing before.
Nicely said, Knel.
Look, the world is full of princesses these days, but a good dragon is hard to find. Slaying dragons removes an important predator from the ecosystem and gets your armor singed. I say live and let live. It's the 21st century. If she feels that strongly about it she can slay her own darn dragons.
(Silently rooting you on...)
give me the GPS co-ordinates, i wouldnt want to slay the wrong dragon and end up with someone that is not a princess.<br />
Big and tall we slay them all.
You leave that dragon alone!
Prolly dead by now anyway.
How sure are you that it is not the dragon protecting the princess from the prince?
So I'd have to make a choice to kill one living being following its own survival imperatives to save another living being. I don't mean to seem facetious, but I don't immediately see the net gain to warrant such action.
At this hour ? On a Sunday ? Princess, can you please reschedule this slaying business on a business day ?
Not just me. That freaking Dragon too is watching some soap on TV.
I'm getting saved YEA!