LOrd of E=MC2
1) A necromancer climbed up a sheer cliff to fight a dragon. He defeated it and realized that he had no way to get down. He then used his powers to create a skeletal dragon, climbed onto the dragon's back, and flew off. However, he fell between the dragon's ribcage and died.
2) Can the magic holding a skeletal dragon together hold up a human?
3) The character will fight his way to the top of mountain, killing the monsters on the way, until he reaches the top and slays a dragon. Zorbak, who has been hired by the MogBusters then joins them and, despite Twilly's protests, reanimates the dragon. Twilly gets on, and flies away. However, Zorbak stops the spell in mid-air, the dragon falls apart and Twilly falls over a thousand feet, with a puff of dust upon impact. Obsidia then comes and, after the character slays another dragon, Obsidia reanimates it. Twilly gets on and flies off. He sits on one of the ribs and, when instructed, leans forwards, falls again and creates another dust cloud. They then remember that it has to be a human, so the character goes through it, falls and gets saved by a tree. However, the tree is enchanted by the an angry Zorbak, who was sacked, and attacks the character.
It does hold up the character. Something about Moglins means that they cannot stay up, possibly the Comedy Principle (everyone except character knows what they're talking about)
4) Option 1: No, the magic holding a skeletal dragon together cannot hold up a human. It also cannot hold up a Moglin.
Option 2: Yes, it can hold up a person, and Moglins are just plain unlucky.
The world is full of sneaky devils, VERY sneaky devils and people who are too lazy to be sneaky at all.