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'''Sirrurg the Destroyer''' is a Western Dragon Great Dragon. He is famous for destroying EuroAir Flight 329 from London to Atlanta in 2041, presumably in retaliation for the Night of Rage, in which several hundred metahumans were killed by anti-metahuman protestors. He also helped found Amazonia, but since the destruction of EuroAir 329 he has vanished from public sight.
On April 28, 2034 , Sirrurg, Hualpa, and an unidentified dragon, along with an army of awaken beings and metatypes begin to assault Manaus, Brazil.

November 2, 2034 Amazonia is officially founded.

September 23, 2041 Surrurg attacks EuroAir Flight 329.

After 2041, Sirrurg is said to have continued to target seemingly random targets all around the world; leaving no survivors to report his attacks.

In 2073, the Aztlan-Amazonian War escalates, Sirrurg attacks the Colombian city of Cali and kills an estimated 10,000 people.

In 2074, while defending Amazonia from Aztlan forces, Aztlan is able to take Sirrurg down. Before Aztlan is able to finish off Sirrurg, he vanishes without a trace.

==Relations with other Dragons==
Sirrurg was mentioned in Dunkelzahn's Will
"To Sirrurg, the Destroyer though we have never understood one another, I respect your conviction. Because I know you value nothing else of mine, I leave you with my respect and that alone."

It is believed that Sirrurg attacked EuroAir Flight 329 and many more targets after that, to kill a group of immortal elf dragon hunters.

It is believed that Sirrurg was saved by the Dragon Council before the Aztlan forces could kill him, and then was imprisoned at an unknown location for an indeterminate amount of time.

*{{src}}, 84, 89, 173-174
*{{srcx}} {{src}}, 26, 269
*{{srcx}} {{src/sola}}, 28-29, 128

==External links==

CategoryDunkelzahn's heirs
CategoryPeople of 2040s
That æ is actually pretty easy. If you don't want to copypaste all the time, it's ALT+145, and the capital Æ is ALT+146. --UserReaper 0136 EST, 26 February, 2007
Welcome back after all those years D --UserPiotrus 0003, 22 November 2009 (UTC)
'''26 February, 2007'''

Yeah, so I finally signed up, and even went to the trouble of gathering what little info I could so I could Sirrurg(or purple, whatever).

Now, of course, comes the part where I start looking up stuff to add to that, and generate more articles in contribution, and overall just help get rid of those pesky red links.

I hope I'm up for this.
Hello. I am an SR-nut currently studying at Ripon College in Ripon, WI, USA (though that, as always, is subject to change). I've been interested in Shadowrun since the early 1990s, but I didn't actually get my hands on the rulebooks until 2003. Since then I've been mastering and fine-tuning the SR3 ruleset, and have been slowly getting into SR4 (as money and new sourcebooks permit).

I occasionally post on Dumpshock, mainly to discuss the quirks of the SR3 or SR4 ruleset (Did you know that there are no explicit chaff rules for vehicles in Classic Shadowrun? Shocking!). I have been thinking of posting my numerous modification to the SR3 and SR4 systems on a permanent website as some point. Other than this, my internet presense is limited these days.

In addition to this, I am running an SR3 campaign in the Milwaukee-West Allis-Waukesha area. The group has 5 to 6 regular players presently, with a seventh regular currently serving full-time in the United States Army (and is thus "on hiatus"). The campaign uses the default canon, and it's starting point is mid-2050 (though it has progressed to April-May of 2051, as of this edit).

I am also trying to get an SR3 game started around Ripon College sort of as an extension to my other campaign, but the going has be a bit tough. Any takers? )
Is Aztec still in Denver in 2070? I'm asking because in an official SR mission it is mentioned that Aztec was kicked out of Denver by Ghostwalker.

Or is it still true that they controll a part of the city?

--UserDigitEyez 0711, 5 March 2007 (EST)

 Aztlan (the country) was kicked out of Denver by Ghostwalker, and their sector was divided between neighboring sectors. Despite that, I believe that Aztechnology (the company) still has a corporate presence normal for any large city. —UserMJBurrage(User talkMJBurrage•SpecialContributions/MJBurrage) 2005, 11 August 2010 (UTC)

No. - Aztechnology was also banned from Denver. - They don't have any ''official'' corporate presences. --UserKarel 1607, 12 August 2010 (UTC)

Posting the following here since memory errors will not let me put it in the article. —UserMJBurrage(User talkMJBurrage•SpecialContributions/MJBurrage) 2001, 11 August 2010 (UTC)

* ''Denver City of Shadows''

* 2062 ''Shadows of North America'' (12 pages)
* 2071 ''Commando Quarterly'' (Vol.2, http// lowres PDF, http// hires PDF)
** ''Shadowrun Missions'' http// "Denver Story Arc"
* 2072 ''Sixth World Almanac'' (2 pages)

* ''Native American Nations, Volume One'' (pp.116–117)
* ''Year of the Comet'' (pp.59–75,148)
* The Denver Nexus and Shadowland (''Denver'', pp.70–84; ''Target Matrix'', pp.26–34)
* Mafia influence (''Underworld Sourcebook'', p.36)
* Dunkelzahn appeared near Cherry Creek Lake on 27 January 2012 (SR3, p.25)
* Several major smuggling routes run through Denver (''Target Smuggler Havens'', pp.79–88)
* Ground broken for a Temple of the Dragon (''Year of the Comet'', p.46)
* ''Night's Pawn'' (novel) partially set in Denver (pp.85–196)