Who would win?
Two well trained, armed Europeans?
One boxy boi
Hopefully we don't find any dragons!
Don't be ridiculous!
One day, two European explorers were exploring an ancient, native American tomb. In the middle of a dark cave, lay a box.
The German explorer, Lieutenant Erich von Bismarck, was keen to open it, but there was a strange sound from inside. This made the second explorer, a French colonist named Pierre Clemont, not wish to open it.
Erich tried to no avail to persuade Pierre to open it, so they had a small scuffle, and Pierre was pushed aside. Just as Erich was going to open the box, a shadowy figure tackled him to the ground and raised a knife.
The shadowy figure was found to be a native American, who must have been hiding under the ground in the tomb while the conquest of the Americas occurred. Pierre pulled out his revolver, and fired.
The noise seemed to cause the box to get louder, and the two Europeans realised what was inside. A mighty roar ripped through the cave, and the box was ripped apart. A huge dragon clambered out, it's red scales being barely visible in the darkness. The two Europeans sprinted away.
The fallen native American lay wounded, but the dragon paid no attention. It clambered down the tunnel. Erich grabbed his rifle and opened fire, with Pierre also shooting his revolver. They could see the end of the tunnel, but the dragon was closing in. Then the mountain started to shake as the dragon ran, and rocks began to cover their exit. Pierre and Erich made it out, but the lethal dragon lay trapped inside the cave.