The School of Dragon Riders

The School of Dragon Riders

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In a world where magic and dragons are admired, but very much real, girls and boys from all around the Human Kingdom wish to become Dragon Riders.
  When they turn thirteen, they are visited by a group of riders who determine whether they have magical abilities called 'Elements'. People who posses them are dragon riders.
  Humans and Ogres have been at war for a long time, but for a reason nobody remembers. Separated and preoccupied with their war, they ignore a threat greater than themselves rising from the Outlands.
  Descendant of the war of light against darkness, a creature of darkness plans to conquer all the lands with cruelty and death.
  Medea, a regular girl that enjoys tricking people, is oblivious to her  powers. Even when she finds out a terrible secret kept from her, it doesn't stop her will to destroy the evil.
  At all costs, with or without her friends, she plans to win this war.
  But it is dangerous- in the Outlands, it's kill or be killed. 
  
  /Highest ranking: #20 in Fantasy/
  Book 1

  • darkness
  • dragon
  • dragonriders
  • dragons
  • elements
  • fantasy
  • magic
  • riders
  • school
  • wattys2016
Jackson61004 Jackson61004 Apr 11, 2017
You know, you'd think that this beginning would be cliché, but I have actually never read this beginning before! I like it so far!
NovaGalaxy1118 NovaGalaxy1118 Dec 10, 2017
Funfact: babys eyes are always brown-blue-gray-or black and within about a year turn their proper color and at about 6 years old it can change
NinjaWaffle1776 NinjaWaffle1776 Oct 21, 2017
Stone Tooth. Why do fantastical towns always have such edgy names? Why can't there be a town called Toastville or something?
FictionFreaks FictionFreaks Nov 05, 2017
I haven't started reading yet, but your description sounds just like a take on The Shannara Chronicles😂 Which I absolutely love
wordsbyrosey wordsbyrosey Jun 09, 2017
Is that kinda like a morse code or something. Or should i just ignore that instead?
C3insan0sis C3insan0sis Jun 15, 2017
Usio? Is that what it is? Does it mean thanks in some sorta language