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The blog has been updated with a new entry on Professor Delbert Dingleworth.
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Professor Delbert Dingleworth was the head of the department of Dragon Sciences and Curiosities at the Graythorne Institute of Myth and Magic. The institute believed that all dragons were extinct, but not Delbert. Delbert believed that dragons were out there somewhere. It was possible they were simply waiting for the right time to return. Because of his beliefs, his colleagues took pleasure in mocking him on a every hour of every day. Delbert had learned to ignore the pranks, jokes and complete buffonery, as he called it. Instead, he buckled down in his search for dragon activity.
Late one night, when all his colleagues had gone home, and after an especially painful knock on the head from the thickest book in the library, Delbert came across the information he needed to prove his theories. If he was going to prove that dragons still existed, a trip to Somerset was in order.
He set off before dawn the following morning. The Wookey Hole Caves was his destination and the last place of dragon activity. By the time he reached the Mendips, his mind was racing and his stomach churned so fiercely that he almost turned back. If there really was a dragon in Wookey Hole, he would finally get the respect he deserved, but if there was nothing there, he’d be forced to admit that dragons don’t exist and deemed the laughingstock of the institute forever. He might even lose his job. Where would he be without his research? It meant everything to him.
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