Knucker Dragon Wiki Fandom

The dragon was known as 'Knucker', a name only whispered amongst the bravest of folk. Knucker preyed on all that lived on the land, devouring sheep, cattle and men. Children were forbidden to go out after dark and anxious parents closed the curtains early, trying to shut out the fears which made every waking moment a living nightmare.…

Knucker Cryptid Wiki Fandom

Knucker was the common name for a kind of water dragon in Sussex, England. The word comes from the Old English "nicor " which means "water monster " and is used in the poem Beowulf. It was believed that knuckers could be found at knuckerholes, a spring-fed sinkhole often only 20 feet across and...…

Knucker - Mythical-Creatures-and-Beasts.com

The famous dragon known as Knucker, lived in a hole by the same name near the village of Lyminster. This evil man-eating beast terrorized nearby villages killing both livestock and humans. Though primarily a water monster, it could also fly and would ravage the country side for miles and miles around.…

Knucker Dragonology Wiki Fandom

"My first dragon didn't breath fire, couldn't fly, and didn't even have proper wings. But I was completely enthralled." Knuckers are a strange dragon which live in damp, wet environments where there is moisture. They body is thin with a length of 30 feet and a height between a fifth to a tenth...…

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The Knucker is a species of Dragon that is described as having 4 legs, vestigial wings and and an elongated body. Its Latin name is Draco troglodytes, meaning Dragon who lives in a cave. Essentially they don't always live in caves some Knucker's prefer there "Knucker holes", a "Knucker hole is...…