Myth Series-Lord of the ice
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In the classic Japanese monster film godzilla, his Nemesis, kydola, is a three-headed dragon.
Why wouldn’t a three-headed dragon die if one of its heads was cut off?
In mythology, a three-headed dragon has the ability to regenerate, unless all three of its heads are chopped off at the same time.
Born out of the freezing cold, the three-headed dragon nord, capable of summoning unmatched snowstorms, is known as the king of ice, and along with the evil fire-breathing dragon golinich, represents the two poles of the primordial forces of the universe.
In ancient times, their battles lasted for tens of thousands of years, resulting in internecine loss and even climate change. The fire dragon hibernated in the depths of magma, while the ice dragon returned to the polar regions and rested in the desolate glaciers.
But it is not completely asleep, with its active volcanoes and melting glaciers heralding the return of its old foe and the return of the ice king.