Elmyr Duchamps was a Frankish con artist, mentioned in the game Dragons: Titan Uprising.
Elmyr Duchamps made a fortune during his life by copying the style of an artist of renown in one city, then selling this work to unsuspecting buyers in another city. At some point, he encountered a hibernating Catastrophic Quaken called Lethiferous Cromlech, covered in liquid stone. Failing to realise it was a dragon, Elmyr took the creature and sold it to the king of Valencia, Alfonso the Not-As-Wise, as a statue. He later attempted to sell varnished Dragon droppings to the Crown of Galacia, pretending to be the Philosopher’s Stone, but was caught for his acts and beheaded. After his death, Clifton Irvingson wrote a book about Elmyr's life, titled ‘Thee Lif & Tymes of Elmyr Duchamps’.
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