How to Stay Healthy and
Happy when Conducting High Altitude Dragon
Pressure, wind, and temperature may all be
severe during pinnacle ascents. Levitation spells often suffer at
extreme heights. Rapid decompression, confusion and even mundane
"jetliners" can all present dangers to the novice dragon pilot. You and
your body may not be acclimatized to such conditions. Here is some
simple advice for rookies:
3. Get a good night's sleep! Falling asleep on flying reptile is no picnic!
4. Eat chocolate frequently as this helps to prevent airsickness.
5. Don't smoke or wear smoking sportswear. (colored smoke esp.)
6. Drinking excessively is to be avoided as it tends to make landing difficult.
Finally, it is preferable to fly during the day. Even accomplished dragon jockeys can have misfortunes at night.
| Christopher YUKNA
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