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Set in the Dark Ages, Alcon (As herself) is a young alchemist studying under the watchful eye of her master Emerson (Valentino Berterelli). Things remain peaceful until the dreaded Dark Lord (Virus King) makes his return when he is summoned by the greedy village noble, Rodrigo Marcos (As himself). Upon his reappearance he releases his deadly shape shifting servant (Carbon) to wreck havoc upon the small village. Alcon, as instructed by Emerson, is told that she alone has the power to entrap the Dark Lord and seal him away forever. The only catch is that his prison must be made of the strongest alchemic material known to them, dragon scales.
Alcon then sets out to find them but is dismayed to learn that the dragons, a once proud and feared race, have become no more than a quiet myth, the only one who still knows about their proud heritage is a stubborn scribe (Frajer Abbas). Just when she thinks her luck has all but ran out she catches wind of a large town that has being harassed by an unknown creature. Quickly packing up her things she departs with Frajer in tow and makes her way to the town. Upon the way she meets a goofy yet kind hearted knight named Dandy (Declan Marcos) who has been sent to kill the creature by a neighboring kingdom that suffers from the lack of trade from the town being unable to send off traders without having them disappear.
The trio arrive at the town to find it silent and its street empty. However they are not alone for long before a loud roar pierces the air. A lone dragoness appears and steals a group of cattle, the last of the town's supply, before she flies off. Alcon, ecstatic about the sighting, tells the few remaining citizens of the town, who appear when the dragoness disappears, that she will take care of the creature which pleases them greatly before the reveal where the dragons' nest is. The trio leave and find the nest deep in the nearby forest, surrounded by skeletons. Luckily for them the dragoness is in a deep sleep when they arrive.
Alcon tries but quickly fails at trying to remove scales from the dragoness' body and finding any ones that she might have shed on the ground. Dandy suggests that instead of trying to pull them off that they should see if they can cut sections of the scales off. Before he can attempt to do so he slips on blood from the slaughtered cattle and runs right into the dragoness snout waking her. The dragoness immediately takes off into the sky but returns and sets fire to the surrounding forest, trying to get the trio out into open ground where she can take them out. Frajer realizing what she is doing demands that they must stay in the raging forest fire because they are safer. Before long the dragoness begins to dive down, snapping at them trying to chase them out. Alcon realizing she has not choice draws a transmutation circle and instructs Dandy and Frajer to stay in the middle, prompting the dragoness to land there.
When the dragoness does, Dandy and Frajer quickly get out of the way allowing Alcon to activate it and change the dragoness into a young, human woman. The woman, weakened by the transformation, falls unconscious allowing the trio to escape the fire and capture her. Later the woman wakes up and tries to escape only to realize that she doesn't even know how to walk let alone loosen the ropes tied around her. The trio are making there way back to Alcon's threatened city at the time when the woman reveals herself to be Sinclair (As herself) the last of the dragons. The information stuns Alcon who believed there to be a stable amount of dragons in the world instead of them on the brink of extinction.
That night, after Sinclair and Dandy have gone to sleep, Frajer tells Alcon that the reason for the dragons' extinction is due to the slaying of them by alchemists for their precious scales. Alcon shocked and angered tells Frajer that alchemists respect nature and would not erase a species by killing them off for a small part of them. Frajer persists that dragon scales can only be removed if the dragon is dead, Alcon demands that he leave which he does furious at her ignorance. Over the next few weeks Sinclair and Alcon begin to bond with each other as Alcon helps her adjust to her new human body and the new world she has entered. At first Sinclair rebuffs her cruelly but later grows to enjoy Alcon's presence. A day away from the village Sinclair breaks down and announces to Alcon that she is envious of how humans help and support each other in dark times like Alcon is trying to do. She says that the reason the dragons died out is because it was every dragon for themselves, they let themselves be killed into extinction. Alcon comforts her and tells her that she is not alone for she has her.
When they arrive in the village Dandy is grabbed and pulled into an alley and beaten by a pair of thugs working for Rodrigo. Alcon quickly dispatches them and saves the knight who is shaken from the fight. They then quickly meet with Emerson who reveals that Sinclair must be executed in order to get her scales. Alcon, horrified at the news and realizing with regret of how she ignored Frajer's warning, refuses to do such a thing. Sinclair interrupts her and announces that she is prepared to die in order to help the humans who she has grown fond of. But before the group can do anything Carbon, who had been disguised as Dandy since the alley incident reveals himself and captures Sinclair taking her to the Dark Lord. Alcon feeling that hope is lost collapses on her knees begging her teacher for guidance. Before he can respond however he is cut off by Frajer, who had followed them to the city, who tells Alcon how disgusted he is by her giving up. He tells her that the only way out of this mess is if she get's up and figures it out on her own, using the lessons she learned over her travels to so. Invigorated she stands up and prepares for battle with the Dark Lord, magic prison or not she vows she will destroy him. Frajer then tells Alcon that the Dark Lord had planned to break her by putting her two friends at risk, Dandy who had been kidnapped when they entered the village will also be executed at the same time Sinclair will be. However he explains that the Dark Lord hadn't counted on her having help, he then explains a plan on them both saving their friends. It then cuts to Frajer who breaks into Rodrigo's mansion to save Dandy who is being interrogated by the noble. It is then revealed that Dandy is actually then son of Rodrigo who had been chased out of the village by his father after he had been accused of a crime he did not commit. Dandy then fabricated the story of being a knight in order to remove suspicion. Frajer then breaks Dandy out after he engages in a knife fight with Rodrigo, winning when Rodrigo slips and falls off the balcony, being impaled on a golden statue of himself.
Alcon who had been sneaking through the Dark Lord's castle at the time runs into Carbon and fights him, telling him how sorry she feels for him because he always have to copy someone and is not his own person. Carbon, confused by the announcement, slips up and gives Alcon the chance to ensure him in stone. Alcon takes the jail key from him and finds Sinclair's prison and releases her, just before the Dark Lord makes an appearance. Alcon prepares to fight but is stopped by Sinclair who tells her that only she will be able to stop the Dark Lord. Alcon hesitantly changes Sinclair back into a dragon before stepping back as Sinclair attacks the Dark Lord, planning to consume his darkness and trap him within her body by using her scales as a barrier. However he is much stronger than she originally anticipated, weakened by his constant attacks Alcon climbs onto her back and aids her in an intense fight.
After awhile they manage to weaken him enough to where Sinclair devours him. However the plan doesn't go accordingly and the Dark Lord changes Sinclair from inside her back into a human and starts to decay and break down her body. Sinclair, on the verge of death, thanks Alcon for her kindness and says that she is happy to be able to save a town into of destroy it like her species is known for. Frajer however appears again and says he is sorry to no one in particular about his next action. He then pulls out a white dagger and stabs Sinclair in the heart. Alcon shocked tries to attack him but he effortlessly knocks her back telling her to be still. The white dagger suddenly turns back and Sinclair gasps for breath as Frajer pulls it out leaving her skin flawless as if he hadn't stabbed her. Sinclair sits up fine and fully healed from the process and embraces Alcon with tears of joy. Frajer than reveals another secret, that he is an angel that was came to the area to make sure that the Dark Lord was defeated. He also says that he was originally supposed to protect the dragons from going extinct but failed in his duty and promised that he would look after Sinclair. However he says that it would be better for dragons to remain a myth for their safety and entrusts Alcon with the duty of protecting the last dragon, which she accepts.
Frajer then departs with Dandy in tow who tells Alcon that he'll miss her and hopes that she and Sinclair live a happy life. The film ends years later with Alcon and Sinclair sitting together discussing their latest lesson, Sinclair had become a student in alchemy after, as a small baby dragon flies overhead.
Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand a review, too:
"An amazing tale who's love story is better that the Twilight Saga, Deagon Scales and Alchemic Scales rivals the Hunger Games and Harry Potter with its witty script and breathtaking effects and scenery. Each character is uniquely executed and masterfully written to create a thrilling tale filled with danger and suspense as well as some humor. With chilling adversaries and surprising twists this film keeps you on the edge of your seats and wanting more."