Who knew there was such a thing as a dragon taxi? No-one, until we made it a thing. Now we get to travel all over the region, carrying passengers far and wide. We don’t need to charge much to make a good living, so we’re often cheaper, faster and far more versatile than conventional transportation methods.
You’ve just got to have the stomach for heights, I guess. Not everyone does, and although I do try to be gentle and Alissa tries her best to calm the weather, it can get a bit bumpy.
Then there are the daredevils, the passengers who plead for speed and loops and twirls and fire rings. Can I fly between those trees? Can I skim off that water? Can I fly upside down?
I’ve learned a few new skills thanks to those sorts of customers.