I have a fantasy story set in a dream world-type place. I'm about halfway through. Basically, I'm at a point in my novel where things change in my main character's journey. He's a little, sentient doll, and he's just been separated from the kind, scholarly lady he had been traveling with. I plan to have a rather civil dragon take care of him from this point until the doll and the scholar reunite at their goal. My problem is the dragon itself. Now, here's the rub: my idea was to have the dragon be six-legged, it's massive wings having no membranes and instead being used as huge extra arms for walking and climbing. I was also considering giving the dragon a soft, human face. Do you think that's too complicated? Should it just be a normal, talking dragon, or would the uniqueness add to the monster's individuality? Would giving it wing-arms and a human face be a little too much?