This gentle giant, a humanoid dragon, reaches deep. The result of a pairing between a human and a dragon (who’d have thought?), Gage borrows features from both – with a smooth human tip, a shaft with a ridged belly, and – should you pass those obstacles – a subtle, but still substantial knot as the finale.
This boy is deliberately slimmer than some of his counterparts, including his knot – made up for with extra length. You may notice that the bulb at his base is not substantially thicker than his shaft, compared to Rutt’s – but Gage transitions from a deep, slim shaft to a wider knot, making the arrival of the dragon’s bulb quite noticeable. His shaft’s neck then slims behind the knot, letting you really lock him in deep once he’s buried.
Gages Sizing Guide