"Well, I don't mind answering questions, whether silly or serious." Larathen considered Kura's second question for a moment. "And yours is a very interesting question indeed. I'd say most people - human, dragon, or otherwise - believe in the Gods to some extent. They might not believe all the old tales are strictly true, but they do believe the Gods exist, whether as some abstract concept or as actual beings. Tales of the Gods walking among us are generally regarded as pure fiction, though, which probably has as much to do with fear as anything, when you think of how they're generally portrayed, especially the ones with no particular love of mortals.
"Degree and strength of belief aside, I'd be very careful about telling people that you're really a Goddess. Most people would be willing to believe, say, that there's a Goddess called Kura up in the heavens who seeks to end the war between humans and dragons, but would be very skeptical of anyone who actually claimed to be that Goddess. People who claim to be Gods are often...not entirely sane, as history has proven. I believe you are what you claim to be, but I've always been open-minded - that, and I've had enough proof by now to know you're telling the truth. Others might not be quite so understanding."
Larathen glanced over at Kura. "So, did that answer your question?"