Don't get me wrong, I like Game of Thrones. I really do. What I have a problem with is that everyone thinks that Game of Thrones has dragons in it. There they are wrong, and George R. R. Martin should have known better than that. Dragons are four limbed two winged creatures. They have two forearms, two hind legs, and two bat like wings. A wyvern is a two limbed two winged beast. It has two hind legs, absolutely no forearms, and two wings.
Why and how has Hollywood gotten this messed up, I have no idea. Perhaps as you will see below they will utter the excuse, "It's artistic interpretation!" in a whiny nasal voice, to which I say, you scully naves, you have no knowledge of true culture! I fear they will say, the computer animation simulation works more to realistic terms if the "dragons" don't have forearms. To which I say, What about Toothless. He's got four limbs and two wings. You were saying? in a mocking tone.
Some of you may disagree with me. Some of you may argue it's an artistic interpretation, That it is a mere choice of representing something that isn't even real. You may say, they're all dragons in my book. Well your book is missing some very important pages. Forgive my bluntness but I can't allow such...whatever it is to go on without fixing it. It's wrong. Simple as that. If an object has a specific name you cannot call it something else. It's wrong.
You still don't care. Fine. I get it. But I cannot allow this to go on. Dragons are not wyverns and wyverns are not dragons. The only way I'm going to fix this is by writing something that will show you my vision of what they are supposed to look like. I hope that will fix it.
This depends on you fellow readers. Keep telling people the truth about how dragons really look. Hollywood! I'm watching you. Be on your guard, cause this dragon's got a lot of firepower ready to blow its top!!!! You better run!!