Yup, I still have a snail called oromis. It's been a while since i've read them I liked the books, but was really dissapointed with the film. Not read the latest book (inheritance) yet, i love the supporting characters (especially angela) but i'm not keen on eragon himself or roran (i.e not really keen on the main characters).
Cool! The books were okay, in my opinion he could have used a better editor and there were too many similarities to Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, and Dragonriders of Pern, and I haven't seen the movie yet. I would advise that you stop reading it once *minor spoilers* Galbratorix is defeated *spoiler over* and make up your own ending, because the ending stunk.
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If you can figure that one out, then you are either Sherlock, a Ravenclaw, or just plain strange.
haha i just might! A lot of fantasy draws on the lord of the rings (which draws on a lot of mythology) and i think any story with "good" dragons inevitably ends up drawing on The Dragonriders of pern stories (BECAUSE THEY ARE THE GREATEST BOOKS EVER!)
i can think of something else mine do frequently other than eat food....
I used to have a snail called glaedr. All he did was pretty much sit in one place, eat the food put in front of him, wait for other snails to come near him to mate, lay eggs near where he was and sleep
He! He! Snaily fornification dreams. Funny one muddydragon.
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