Actually the title should be 'stray dragon' but it doesn't match with the title Konami gives a dragon without a knight, so I've fixed the titling.
Nash is just at the edge of Crystal Valley. He's starving after his escape from Kaleria... he thinks there's something suspicious momentarily....
This chapter, like the previous volume of Gaiden, has a major branching point in this chapter. You can go in one of two directions, depending on the LP you have. 10 LP is required to take the back route...
05 - What are you doing with bright?! Nash's tummy rumbles.... You aren't planning on eating him are you?
09 - Food at last!
10 - Jonah
17 - Futch tells Nash why he's going to Crystal Valley - to see if Bright really is a dragon.
23 - Futch doesn't want people to kill the dragon. He's told to stay out here with Bright.
51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 - Meanwhile the group heads up the mountain to face the young dragon. Futch finds out this dragon does things it shouldn't be able to - belch flames at fairly adult frequency and mysterious glowing orbs that steal people away - leaving only Futch and Nash.
63 - The lights reappear to reveal a mysterious beautiful world... the "World of wings and scales" the home dimension of dragons.
64 - Everyone is returned to safety...
62a - Alternative ending, Nash uses Gross Fluss to kill the dragon. He tells Futch to flee the cavern because he might end up killing Futch as well. Apparently utilizing the full potential of the blade causes a kind of berserker rage in him
62b - Nash continues on his sad journey while Futch mourns.