No. Actually, if mememory serves me it was a joint ownership deal
where Josh and his girl friend both owned Adora Entertainment. When
they broke up there was some legal problem over who actually had a
controlling interest in it. In the end Josh broke off, gave her
Adora, and started up Draconis Entertainment managing to keep theESP
games in the process.
As for the name Draconis it is latain for dragon. So consider the
name Dragon Entertainment in modern English.
On 5/23/10, Hayden Presley <hdpres...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Ah...that was her name? That makes more sense. What does "draconis" mean?
> Best Regards,
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