DraQueDragon Quest (video game)
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By the mid 1570s it was all too familiar, especially to Philip, in whose correspondence it figures frequently as Draque, Francisco Draque or El Draque, and more familiarly as El Capitan Francisco.
In Spanish, Draque (two syllables) has a harsh ring to it, and the addition of the definite article in the commoner form El Draque gives it a disturbing, dehumanised quality; so much so that the name continued to be used into modern times to frighten naughty children.