Jack and the Dragon

Jack discovers a Medieval Europe-style village plagued by a foul stench. He asks the local “scissorsmith” about the stench’s origin, and although the scissorsmith refuses to tell without a fee, his talking pet crow reveals the stench comes from a dragon living in a mountain dubbed “the Spire”. Atop the Spire, Jack finds the dragon has severe indigestion that causes colossal flatulence, so he navigates the dragon’s complicated digestive system and encounters the source of the stench: a baby dragon spitting fire from a partially-hatched egg. Jack is launched out of the dragon with the baby in tow, which hatches and flies him to safety. Back in the village, the residents rejoice about the end of the stench, ignoring the baby dragon causing chaos by breathing fire.