There were no dragons in Glenfield. Allegedly. According to Willy the bartender at Landsend Pub, there had been no dragons in Glenfield since the start of World War II, when Chester, Glenfield's last remaining dragon closed up his family estate on Willminton Lane and enlisted. The Army was happy to have a dragon, or so Willy the bartender says. They let him skip the physical when they saw just how far he could throw fire, which they probably shouldn't have done; when the dragon went on his first hike, he passed out from exhaustion, tumbled over a cliff and died.