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The Dragon Of Bastet
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This is a drawing of my Obsidian Bastet dragon, Nehebkau Fitna.

Bastet dragons are a breed I designed and created that come from Egypt. Once believed to be messengers of the gods, the bastet dragons were respected and used to protect sacred treasures. Eventually the mythology about them was forgotten, and as globalization brought new cultures to Egypt, the bastet dragons were poached for their colorful plumage and gem like crest. They became rare and reclusive, hiding in the wilds of Egypt or hidden within the ancient tombs where they continue to protect the treasures of the gods and goddess.

They are normally golden in color with black markings, but some come in these obsidian forms as well.

EDIT: to see this piece being drawn, click here: youtube

Created
05/09/12
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Other Internet Fan Art
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Bastet, Bastet Dragon, beast, black, Dragon, egypt, egyptian, feline, Fitna, god, goddess, golden, Nehebkau, obsidian
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