Grawln headed out of the scorched plains and just went. With no thinking as to where he might end up, anywhere was better than what had just taken place. Days past and the distance traveled fast, so as the dragons fly. Toward the bright glowing lights, dim in the horizon Grawln headed. It was time he rested... a dragon can only fly so far you know. He noted a nice cool lake from a distance and soared in for a low flyby to see if there was any large fish he could use to help ease his hunger. if even just a little minnow. It had been days sence he ate and it was time to stock up. It was a good thing he had filled all his stomachs before leaving. Just a lucky accident actually. How was he to know what was to happen.
On the other side of the lake, one of the Flooded city dragons was out swimming and exploring as usual. Eela was always going further and further each day, and during the flooding seasons it only made it that much easier to loose herself. Days past and the distance traveled fast, so as the dragons swim. Towards the bright glowing lights, dim in the horizon. Eela had heard about the ruined city that was rumored to have lights that lit up and glowed much like a dragons fire. Although it was hard for her to imagine exactly what that looked like, as the ability for a dragon to shoot flames was just a rumor. Could there be something, someone there in all those cement objects other than Dragon causing those strange electric fires to glow at nights.
Both lost in their own minds, not paying attention to what their instinctual Dragon senses should have picked up on, Grawln and Eela both looked up from what they were doing and proceeded cautiously. As for each of them, this was one of their first encounters.
He he... Thought a little scene building would be cool, take it for what it is... nothing serious, just a little fun.