We've had a lot of adventures here at Adventure Dragon. We've swam with sharks, made friends with a unicorn, and even defended the city from gargoyles while playing a virtual reality game on a real life roller coaster. But none compare to fulfilling our Harry Potter dreams by enrolling in a
Wait. How can a wizard school be real?
Cuz you know...magic and stuff...
The trick? College of Wizardry is a LARP -- or live action role playing -- event. The easiest way to explain it, if you're not already familiar with LARPs, is to say that it's kinda like being in a
Six Flags Over Georgia has combined a virtual reality experience with a real-life roller coaster to create one of the world's first fully interactive Virtual Reality Roller Coasters: Rage of the Gargoyles. The new attraction will run throughout October at Fright Fest, and we got to be one of the first to test it
When we stumbled across Good Old Books online not that long ago, we instantly knew that we'd have to make time to stop by their little shop in Leland, Michigan. I love bookstores of all shapes and sizes, but this store captured my heart by carrying a couple key treasures that I'd never
DragonCon hit its thirty year anniversary this year. In all that time, one of the hotels had built up quite a reputation for something not directly related to any of the nerd culture the con so proudly celebrates: its carpeting. The blue, gold, and red carpet of the Marriott Marquis
Labyrinth is one of my favorite childhood films. You either love it, or you hate it, so I won't waste time trying to convince you why it's so awesome. Chances are you've already made up your mind, and if you've stumbled across this page, then you're probably as big of
A Real Life Unicorn Appears
I'd been walking for nearly six hours when I suddenly spot her. Something sparkling catches my eye a moment before, and when I turn in its direction, I realize it's the shimmer of the sun reflecting off something far in the distance. I narrow my eyes to focus
In March of 2016, NASA will launch the InSight lander on its next mission to the Red Planet. Citizens of Earth have the chance to send their name to Mars along with it etched into a small silicon chip carefully affixed to the outside of the lander deck. Your name can travel to space.