This article is from the Scouting FAQ, by Bill Nelson firstname.lastname@example.org, Soaring Golden Eagle email@example.com and Alan Houser firstname.lastname@example.org with numerous contributions by others.
From: Rochlitz Virag <email@example.com>
Giant, Dwarf, and Dragon
Learned when we went on a winter trip to the Tatras.
You should make two groups. After you do, tell a good
story about being in a big forest, where there are
three creatures. One is the Dwarf. If you are a dwarf,
you must bend your leg in and hold your ears. Another
one is the Giant, if you are a Giant, you only must to
rise to tiptoe and lift your hands up. The third one
is the Dragon. A Dragon, of course, can blow fire, so
if you are a Dragon, you must move your hands as if you
were playing the pipes. The Giant is very big, so if it
meets with a Dwarf, the Dwarf runs away. But the Giant
is afraid of the Dragon, because the Dragon can blow
fire. And the Dwarf knows the weak points of the
Dragon, so the Dragon runs away from the Dwarf.. Each
Scout in both groups choose a creature they wish to
portray and each group stays in front of each other.
The leader counts to three the groups show the
creature, which they are. Then, if one was a Dwarf, it
runs back to their homeline, if the other was a
Giant. The other tries to catch them, and if they catch
somebody, then he joins the other group. And so on, the
Dragon runs away from the Dwarf and the Giant from the
Dragon. If they show the same
creature, then they must choose another one.