He tried to warn her - too late! - as the tail of what one could only barely call a dragon swatted her out of the air like a human would swat a fruitfly. And the comparison was apt, this once: for just as a fruitfly could never begin to comprehend a human being in it's entirety, so too could humans never fully comprehend this great entity that stood before him. It was much more than what one normally pictured at the word "dragon;" so much so, that it was not entirely limited to the mere three dimensions that he resided in. It seemed too big to be allowed, and yet more real than anything else in existence. It stood erect upon the cream-colored almost-stone that seemed to make up what little land there was in this fell dimension, dark even against the too-close grainy blackness that served as backdrop to the few islands floating in this void.
"No!" He shouted, as he took a running leap, felt one of the rings he wore shiver to life, and soared into the air, flying in a desperate attempt t