African - A prince. His father, on his deathbed, gave the throne to Lagarre, his youngest son, because his other sons were too rude or too lazy. Lagarre sent a vulture to heaven to bring the royal drum, Tabele. When he struck the drum, a new city arose in the desert defended by a dragon, Bida, who allowed Lagarre to enter and become king on his promise to hand over to the dragon one young girl every year. When this yearly sacrifice was made, the dragon flew over the city, Wagadoo, disgorging gold which paved all the streets. Also identified as Lagarre.

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