Another classic Arthurian myth revolves around a battle between two dragons, one that is red as old wine and one that is white as new milk. In some interpretations of the story, these two dragons were flesh and blood creatures while in other interpretations they were symbolic in nature. I am thinking of doing this in both a symbolic and literal sense. The symbolic sense will have the red and white dragons symbolize the sigils and banners of two rival factions and the literal sense will be that each side will have a dragon of their own. The final battle will result in these two dragons and their riders clashing with one another one last time. It will be a duel that will decide the fate of five kingdoms.