This is very nice - a partnership between men and dragons isn't something you see very often.
I'm curious, though: a "true society" and "justice" are concepts that can vary as much as there are people to talk about them. What kind of morality does the Order promote? Freedom of choice, or a morality imposed by military and authority? Do they see themselves as paternal? How do they look upon society as it is? With disgust or sadness or a sense of duty?
This is great. I love the underdog ideas. This is not over powered and can not be misused due to those powers. It is simple, basic, and a completely smart idea. The assassin or pilgrams friend. Go to Comment
A short post, but a really good one. You sure know your books MoonHunter. We might just have to appoint you the Citadel Scribe ;) Really: Your books are very good, though this was a wee bit short in its description. Go to Comment
Our Barbarian Horde needs to read: Blues and Yellows of The Colors Which explains why it is Green that should be worn.
and maybe, he should read Young Lord Renly, because if there ever was a man who could be a communist in this little situation, it would be him. And a proper communist, not any of this Stalinistic crap. He would follow The Ideal, and make it happen. Take that you dialectic.