I found this dragon https://www.prusaprinters.org/prints/31578-dragon/ by https://www.prusaprinters.org/social/70229-albaro_3d but it was in one single piece. I used meshmixer to slice it into pieces. I sliced it for printability with minimum supports and maximum preservation of details. This was specially tricky with the mouth so I had to cut the upper from the lower jar. It's the first time I have sliced an object for 3D printing, so it's not perfect.
I added connector pieces but since I could not figure out how to make perfect cubes in meshmixer, I created "+"-shaped connectors where possible. These are not meant for perfect connection but as a tool to help better glue the pieces together.
I am sure someone with more experience can do a better job then I. The photo shown is the glued-together printed full piece with rudimentary gap filling (using putty).
You will need supports from the build plate but likely no supports from the model (I did not use it).