Here is a debate that has gone on between myself and a customer in the comic book store I work at. I would like you all to weigh in on this.
Troy (Me): Okay so if you had to pit a gargatuan red dragon against a behemoth from the final fantasy series. just a regular behemoth and not king. the fight takes place in the middle of the arctic mountains, dragon is allowed to fly. who wins the battle. honestly though I think I made this battle too easy for the behemoth.
Jeff: Nope, Dragon wins. just for the sole purpose it can fly.
Troy: Wait, the dragon is a lizard right?
Jeff: Magical Lizard..
Troy: okay but even for a moment if we had to give normal classifications it would still be deemed a reptile by any definition.
Jeff: Yeah okay. so you are saying it would be affected by the cold weather much like a regular lizard?
Troy: that is EXACTLY what im saying. the cold air would slow it down, allowing the behemoth to finish it off.
Jeff: Its a red dragon it would give off a heat aura.
Troy: I give off a heat aura naturally, but does that mean it protects me from 45 mph winds in arctic weather.
Jeff: Even still. its a large creature that is used to the cold of underground caves which have been know to have some ice forming.
Troy: Not even, Red Dragons are notorious for stealing treasure to line its caves to act as a nest.
Jeff: Shiny objects are not exactly my idea of insulation for a cave. that is hardly debatable.
Troy: Your mom is debatable, I still think the red dragon would lose to the behemoth based on reptile like physiology and anatomy.
So what do you all think? am I right about the dragon losing based on physiology? please leave your answers down below.