Be wary where ye place your feet, For if ye place them 'pon this ground,

Dragons ye might meet.

But if ye dare to trod this ground,

And ye think ye art bravest among the brave,

Think again, dunce mortal, for dragons may be found.

Dragons of air, dragons of earth, dragons of water and fire,

Will know ye art here from a league away,

And their anger ye will greatly inspire,

And thy flesh they will greatly desire.

Here there be danger beyond all measure,

And ye had best run quick and flee this place,

Or become a dragon's great pleasure.

Anywhere else would be safer for thee;

A bubbling hot mountain or great chasms,

But do not blame me for not warning ye thus:

Here there be dragons!