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12-18-2011 @ 7:39PM
The answer is probably "a wizard did it" but real life reptiles and amphibians are able to change sex and exhibit "virgin" births, so I prefer the wizard explanation over the incestuous muddle that generally results.Dracogenesis is a little weird in many fantasy properties-- Tolkien's dragons, for instance, were all male (all the named ones at least) and the first of them was the "father" of dragons, but we never hear about female dragons. I sort of feel like this is similar to the practice of always referring to hawks as "she" regardless of sex.
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