Dear Mr Crispin,
I have a problem with my son. Now, before you pass this off as an entirely non-magic related question, hear me out. You see, I am a dragon. My son is a talented mage. I love my son, but he has a habit of getting into such mischief with his talents, and there's not a darn thing I can do about it. Just last night he shrunk me to the size of a hatchling!
At first, I just grinned and endured it. I wanted to encourage him to use his talents, after all. But what begun as a fun family bonding activity has since become quite a nuisance. Although I never believed myself to be at all skilled at magic - whereas my son is a mage, I have always been a warrior - I have heard from multiple sources that all dragons have some form of innate magic. My question is, is there any way I could use this to my advantage, and end my son's shenanigans?