The legend of Drako dates from more than 10,000 years, until the pre Archaic period of America Central. The ancient hunters fed the mythical dragon-like creature with a large number of animals in exange for their protection making fresh blood sacrifice exchanges for their protection. It is during this same period when hunters developed the domestication of corn, allowing them give up to their nomadic lifestyle in favor of a village life based on agriculture, raising farm animals and worshiping new goods.

The lifestyle changed leaving drako unteady of the humans left Drako unsteady forcing him to hunt without fear large masses of mammals, and finally leading to their complete extermination.

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