Dunkelzahn (circa 13,000 BC – August 9, 2057) was a Western Great Dragon. He was the 7th President of the UCAS elected, during the UCAS Special Presidential Election of 2057 and assassinated the night of his inauguration. The policy led by his sucessor Kyle Haeffner can still be considered as marked by Dunkelzahn’s ambitions to fight against racism, exclusion and poverty and renew UCAS international relations.

Dunkelzahn first Awakened in Cherry Creek Lake, Denver on January 12, 2012, weeks after the first dragon sightings. Of all the reporters vying for an interview, anchorwoman Holly Brighton won the contest, and he was interviewed for a mind-boggling twelve hours and sixteen minutes. He became famous first for the interview he gave and the regular show he hosted, Wyrm Talk. During these interviews, he used an interpreter, the last of which was Nadja Daviar. In 2056 he applied and obtained UCAS citizenship by a special act of the UCAS Congress, moving his primary residence from Lake Louise in Algonkian-Manitou to Prince Edward Island, UCAS.

In 2057, his citizenship allowed him to run in the Presidential Election, as an independent. He won by a narrow margin on 7 August. A few hours after being sworn in on 9 August, he died in the explosion of his limousine near Watergate Hotel.

At this date, Dunkelzahn served the shortest Presidential term ever in USA and UCAS history: 10 hours 23 minutes and 8 seconds. He is so far the only non-human and only dragon to hold the office of President of the USA or UCAS, easily making him the tallest, longest and heaviest President ever (under human form he stayed well under Lincoln’s 193cm; but according to some rumors, he privately said his human form was voluntarily shorter than Lincoln), the first blue president, the oldest acting President, and the only president to be born before the Christian era.

Dunkelzahn would also have been the second President after Thomas Jefferson to pick a friend as First Lady, having no wife, daughter or relative of any sort available for the duty.

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