@NameyMcNameFace, I prefer to fųck the French.
@CynicalSirr, my browser history says Latinas so...
Clearly someone hasnt played dnd. 'Great Dragon' can be considered the subject, therefore green great dragon works fine.
@santanteater, I haven't played it, unless you count a BS game we did in boot camp where we weren't serious and rarely followed the rules (mainly because most of us didn't know any), but I knew it could be a thing
@santanteater, but the subject of what was being said was adjectives. Therefore your point is pointless. Great is no longer an adjective the way you are saying it so the original point still stands
They can exist if they are "green" as in new or possibly envious.
@CleverBastard, you clever bast4rd!
@CleverBastard, Or if a Great Dragon is different from a regular Dragon.
But what about old green little lovely ladies?
@Hot Coffee, shut up, you maniac!
@Hot Coffee, that made me nauseas...
@Hot Coffee, Depends on whether you consider "lovely" an opinionated adjective.
I have played enough video games to know this isn't always true
Green great dragons can exist if you consider great as a form of dragon. A green "great dragon" as oppose to a green great "dragon".
Yet another stupid grammar rule to break... HOLD MY SILVER FRENCH BEER!!
Is this from Hitchhikers guide to the galaxy?
@Aaron Leibowitz, I'd also like to know where this is from...anyone recognize it?