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Balloon Dragon

Found in: Coast, Forest, Jungle, Alpine Elemental Affinity: Air


Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Balloon dragons are red with a cream colored belly. Individual color variations vary, slightly.
Can inflate small chambers near their stomachs that allow them to float.
They have tough skin that protects them from punctures.
Balloons can move along on the ground (when deflated), but are clumsy.

Hatchling Behavior

Hatchlings are playful and curious.
They are clumsy on the ground, but learn to control floating quickly.
Very young hatchlings tend to be shy.
Brave hatchlings will occasionally try to steal honey from bees nests.
Hatchlings will hide sweet treats they find so that other hatchlings and adults cannot find them.
Young hatchlings will often chase other flying breeds, though their slow speed makes it difficult.

Adult Behavior

Adults form large groups that care for young together.
Individual balloons have varying control over their floating.
Stronger individuals will sometimes challenge each other to races.
Travel distance is highly dependent on wind speeds.
In high winds, they prefer to land or hold on to branches to avoid being blown around.
When it comes to mating, females tend to look for the strongest flyers (those with the best control). Males look for females with the best vocal range.
Adult balloons weave nests out of branches and vines that look like baskets with half-lids. This is to limit the chances of eggs being blown away.

Habitat

Highly adaptable, Balloon dragons can live almost anywhere that large fruit-bearing trees are located.
Tend to avoid areas that are too hot.
Adults are not very territorial; they rely on numbers to discourage other dragons from sharing their food sources.
Balloons will take to the air when winds are calm, and will move into areas of thicker growth before big storms.
Adults rely on mimicking other animal sounds to chase other animals away from their nesting areas. They can mimic the roars of larger breeds, birds, insects, and even some mammals.

Diet

Omnivores, leaning towards Herbivore.
They eat fruits and leaves near the tops of trees.
They are not fussy about insects being on their food.
Adults are known for storing certain foods such as apples, cherries, nuts and pinecones before winter.
When food gets scarce, large family groups will often break into smaller ones, and migrate to new areas. Once a new suitable location is found, a small group of 2‒5 balloons will go back to get the rest of the group.

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Black Dragon

Found in: All habitats
Elemental Affinity: Dark


Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Black hatchlings are like many other dragons and are hatched without wings.
Have three toes on every foot.
Their scales are pure black in color, while their horns, belly plates, and claws are usually a cream color (though some dragons have a different coloration).
Third toe on the front limbs can function as a primitive thumb.
Hardened scales give good protection against teeth and claws.
Glowing green eyes give them excellent night vision.
Black dragons are skilled fliers.
Most black dragons bear battle scars, which they consider trophies.

Hatchling Behavior

Black hatchlings are very curious and active.
Hatchlings enjoy hunting insects and small mammals.
Hatchlings prefer stalking and attacking games.
May snap at strangers.
Have surprisingly sharp teeth.
Though small, black hatchlings should be taken seriously as their sharp teeth and claws can do a lot of damage.

Adult Behavior

Their saliva is said to be extremely acidic.
Constantly prowl their territory in search of intruders.
Prefer the night because of the cover given by the dark.
Blacks are skilled flyers that are more than capable of outmaneuvering their opponents (or prey).
Females are picky; males are expected to prove their strength in combat.
Pairs typically care for offspring through adolescence.
Once hatchlings are grown the adults will chase them from their territory. Black adults also rarely stay together beyond one breeding cycle.

Habitat

Prefer temperate climates and rocky places that have caves.
Will dig tunnels if they are unable to find a cave.
Aren’t picky about foliage cover so long as there is ample food.
Very territorial; will not allow dragons of the same breed nearby, but may get along with smaller breeds.
Caves are used only for sleeping unless they have a clutch.
Nests are built of bones and fur.
Their preferred caves are in high places where they can look over their land.

Diet

Carnivorous, typically hunt large mammals.
Have been seen fishing.
Occasionally eat fruit.

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Canopy Dragon

Found in: Jungle
Elemental Affinity: Life


Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Have layered wings: arm is green, top membrane layer is yellow-green, second layer is yellow-green to yellow, third and final layer is yellow to orange.
They are surprisingly meticulous about keeping their feet and muzzle clean.
Head frill usually remains relaxed, but will flare up whenever the dragon is experiencing strong emotions.
Thin, light build allows them plenty of maneuverability and grants the ability to perch upon high branches.
Long tail is used for balance and as a rudder in flight, with the frill at the end flaring in and out to help guide, steady and turn.
They have very faint vein and line patterns on their wings that resemble leaves.
If feeling a negative or unexpected emotion, they tend to flare out their wings, “poofing” up.

Hatchling Behavior

A hatchling will attempt to stay up in the trees as much as possible—a natural defense instinct developed to avoid predators on the ground.
These hatchlings will often play games of hide-and-seek among the branches and leaves.
Until they become better fliers, a hatchling often has to jump from branch to branch, giving them both an excellent sense of balance.
The hatchlings especially love pygmies, both due to their similar size and the fact that they can practically always win hide-and-seek against them.
As they get older, they start to run around the branches, and as their wings begin to develop, they can jump and glide, allowing them to travel better between trees.

Adult Behavior

If threatened, they will flee. They are a purely non-combative species and as such, they aren’t good at defending themselves.
Females choose the males who are the most skilled flyers and have the most colorful wings.
If hatchlings are in danger, as they cannot fight well, an adult will grab the hatchling and try to escape.
They create their nests up in the trees, and hide their eggs in piles of gathered leaves, often replacing the leaves to make sure that they’re always green.
A very friendly species, these dragons will greet any visitors with gifts of fruit and company.
Though females are usually very picky about the quality of their mates, they will occasionally accept a lesser male upon sufficient bribes of fruit.
When mating season comes around, males conduct intricate flights through the dense forest areas to display themselves to the females, and show off their brightly colored wings.
Groups of adults will choose to act as a distraction when in danger, using their wings to batter an opponent to give other adults a chance to carry hatchlings to safety.

Habitat

Population is highest in dense rainforests. They prefer places with higher precipitation, though they have been known to range out into dry tropical forests as well, if there is enough fruit to sustain them.
The older canopies often work to help tend to the trees that they subsist on, to ensure a steady food supply.
They tend to stick to older growth forests, where the trees are tall and large enough to support them, and stick to the canopy which is where their name comes from.

Diet

Hatchlings seem to take to chewing on leaves when the adults don’t provide them with food soon enough to sate their young appetites.
They occasionally eat small animals and birds, though this behavior does not seem to be associated with the presence or lack of their regular food sources and it does not occur often.
Canopies absolutely love fruits, and tend to their own orchards in the areas that they live in in order to sustain their cravings.
They will sometimes forage for vegetables or fungi in the forests and help supplement their fruit diet.
Truly hungry hatchlings resort to vocal calls to alert others around them.

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Copper Dragon

Found in: All habitats
Elemental Affinity: Earth

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Copper dragons are wyverns, having wing arms with a defined thumb that they can use like hands.
A copper dragon’s scales are smooth and tightly attached to their bodies.
Copper dragons born in humid environments take on a green blue patina. Copper dragons laid in hotter conditions take on a deep brownish patina. Copper dragons lain in milder climates take on a rainbow patina from exposure to the elements.
The coloration in a copper dragon’s scales is more than a su***ce coloration, but rather affects the entire scale.
The scales contain some metallic copper.
Copper dragons’ muscular hind legs enable them to take off from the ground in a running flight, though leaping from heights is often preferred.
The metallic copper in a dragon’s scales is absorbed from a diet rich in minerals.

Hatchling Behavior

Copper hatchlings are adventurous and playful.
They enjoy exploring the terrain.
They are careful to stay within the area the adults have designated.
They spend a lot of time practicing moving without causing sound and learning to understand the signs other creatures leave as they move through the area.
When the group is threatened, older hatchlings will herd the younger ones into the center of a circle to protect them while the adults move out to meet the threat.

Adult Behavior

Copper dragons are excellent fliers and can go long distances without needing to land and rest.
While not especially fast, they are highly maneuverable in the air. On land they are swift runners.
Copper dragons are also masters of stealth, able to slip soundlessly through terrain, either to avoid enemies or while hunting prey.
Very family oriented. All of the adults spend time educating the young in survival, in hunting and gathering food, and in avoiding predators.
Copper dragons are a proud breed, and do not tolerate what they consider shameful behavior among their family groups. Theft, dishonesty, bullying and greed are behaviors that are quickly disciplined in their young and punished when committed by adults.
Because they teach their young so devotedly, copper dragons often mature somewhat faster than other breeds, able to become self sufficient at a younger age.
An adult male copper will starve before he sees young ones hungry.

Habitat

Copper dragons can live in any environment.
The environment in which they’re laid affects the patina the dragon will carry throughout their lives.
Copper dragons prefer to make as little impact on the environment around them as possible, so they don’t usually construct permanent nests, but will arrange whatever material that’s readily available into a nesting place when there are eggs to tend.

Diet

Copper dragons are omnivores.
Mainstays of their diets are large game animals, which they hunt in small parties, or wild grains often found growing along riverbanks.
Though they are very capable predators, Copper Dragons make sure they kill quickly and cleanly when they hunt.
Copper dragons will plant and tend patches of crops as a food source.
Each spring, when fish are plentiful and running upstream, Copper Dragons will gather around riverbanks and catch fish.

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Deep Sea Dragon

Found in: Coast
Elemental Affinity: Water


Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Fleshy growth off their head ends in a bioluminescent bulb near their mouth which acts as a lure for prey.
Streamlined, serpentine dragons.
Dorsal fins may quadruple in size near the end of hatchlinghood.
Dorsal fins may double in size from hatchlinghood into the first years of adulthood.
Grow much longer as they age and need larger fins to help them precisely navigate the waters.
Scales are capable of withstanding extremely high pressures, but are not well suited for localized forces.

Hatchling Behavior

Hatchlings are lightweight and uncoordinated.
Live in shallow waters but begin to venture deeper as they mature.
For protection and socialization, hatchlings form pods that break up as hatchlings mature and explore deeper into the ocean.
Can emit a variety of high-frequency clicks and buzzes, although this form of communication begins to fall out of use for adults.
Hatchlings left in freshwater will die before reaching adulthood.

Adult Behavior

Solitary, but are always friendly to other deep sea dragons they pass by.
Spend most of their time letting ocean currents push them around.
Make use of their strong fins to ensure they reach the su***ce at one of their breeding regions and away from shore.
During breeding season, dragons flash their bioluminescent spines and get to know each other before simply pairing off.
Males return to the ocean bottom after mating. Females transport their eggs to shallower waters, returning home after watching over the nest for a short while.
Females become aggressive towards males after mating season; this dulls in the time they spend watching their eggs.
No formal familial units, but parents and children instinctually recognize each other and may show joy when encountering relatives.

Habitat

Not attached to any one place, letting underwater currents move them.
Drawn to specific breeding regions, places in which the dragons feel safe and secure.
Unknown how the light may affect these dragons, since they tend to avoid it.

Diet

Adults don’t have the option to be picky about their food and will eat anything that comes their way whenever it is lured in.
Hatchlings particularly enjoy shrimp.

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Blue-Banded Dragon

Found in: Alpine
Elemental Affinity: Water

Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Numerous needle-like teeth. Canines are normally about the length and width of a human finger.
Teeth prone to breaking and are replaced continually.
Smooth, rounded scales.
Ear is just anterior to the fins around the face. No outer ear.
Walk on both two and four feet.
Poor fliers. Flights are usually limited to short distances.
Solid-colored individuals can be found, though rarely.

Hatchling Behavior

Generally quiet and mild-mannered.
Rely on their parents for food until adolescence.
Beg, much like baby birds.
Very young hatchlings are reluctant to leave their nest.
Slower-growing than many other breeds.

Adult Behavior

Build large nests of sticks, mud, and rocks in which to keep eggs and young hatchlings.
When ready to breed, females will leave their group to find a mate.
Female groups have a complex hierarchy with a dominant female.
Some overlap between male and female territories, but usually avoid each other.
Breeding season corresponds with that of salmon.

Habitat

High altitudes in temperate rain forests.
Frequently build dens near wate***lls.

Diet

Eat mostly fish.
Aquatic invertebrates, birds, and small mammals also consumed.


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Carmine Wyvern

Found in: Jungle
Elemental Affinity: Neutral

Appearance/Basic Anatomy

No noticeable differences between males and females.
Long, semi-prehensile tail.
Lots of small, pointy teeth.
Three pointed, hard chin spikes.

Hatchling Behavior

Always moving, and usually up to some mischief.
Stalk and “kill” leaves, feathers, and human fingers and toes.
Good at climbing.

Adult Behavior

Rambunctious and playful, with short attention spans.
Get into occasional harmless squabbles. The combatants are almost always of the same ***.
Loud! Show a wide range of vocalizations and call incessantly.
Seem to have poor vision in low light and roost in trees to sleep at night.

Habitat

Old growth tropical rainforests.
Require high heat and humidity to thrive.

Diet

Nearly any creature they can overpower.
Rip hunks of meat off carcasses to swallow whole.
Eat smaller meals daily rather than gorging.
Seem to have higher energy requirements than other breeds.
Sometimes eat small rocks, presumably for the minerals contained within.

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Daydream Dragon

Found in: Coast, Forest, Jungle
Elemental Affinity: Air

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Very long, dexterous tail; easily several times longer than body length.
Feature a few canine-like attributes: long snout, pointed ears.
Body is covered in fine blue fur, not scales.
Male wing-thumb is elongated and integrated into the wing, female wing-thumb is short and clawed.
Thick purple mane (head to hip) and tail tuft; very difficult to groom.
Dainty claws; no thumbs to speak of.
Small number of vestigial scales on leading edge of wings.
Do not attempt to ride clouds with them, you will fall through the cloud they try to catch you on.

Hatchling Behavior

Very curious and energetic.
Clumsy on their feet for the first four months.
Will drop everything when presented with a shiny bauble, except food.
Clever specimens ride through the air on magical, cloud-like constructs even before fledging.
Everything is a chew toy.
Unprotected caches of potion supplies frequently fall victim to snacking daydreams.
Penchant for exploration has led to many cases of lost hatchlings; windchimes with small round bells serve as an effective beacon to guide escaped dragonets back home.

Adult Behavior

Very playful by nature, actively seek out playmates if none are available.
Will ride clouds around when too tired to fly.
Known to enjoy playing in shallow ponds, much to the displeasure of resident wildlife.
Unable to carry things on clouds; anything that is not the dragon itself simply falls through as if the cloud was not there.
Despite known effects of the signature aura, these dragons are not capable of mind control or memory manipulation.
Unable to carry passengers; wings poorly suited for carrying much additional weight in flight, bounding gait far too rough for ground riding.
Frequently leave home to socialize with other daydream dragons, both wild and domesticated.
Do not isolate; observed to become ill when deprived of social contact.

Habitat

Roaming dragons, found most anywhere, but rarely for extended periods.
Large social gatherings of these dragons near human settlements often coincide with celebrations.
Prefer to nest around chasms or cliffs near water or mana springs, typically jungle or forest ravines or coastal cliffs.
Eggs are kept in caches in steep or rocky areas but hatchlings are usually moved to higher ground once hatched.
Does not often roam very far from home, despite habitual roaming.
Domesticated specimens’ “home” location lies where they were raised as hatchlings, an adult will always return there if lost.

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Dorsal Dragon

Found in: Jungle
Elemental Affinity: Neutral

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Large purple or red fins along their back with smaller fins along their neck.
Long white horns on their head that curve slightly towards their back.
Long, flexible necks.
Slim tails.
Bright red eyes.

Hatchling Behavior

Shy until their trust is gained; then they are quite loud and playful.
Can make a variety of squeaks, chirps, and yips.
Trust is gained slowly, but hard to lose.
Enjoy giving out gifts (usually twigs or leaves they find interesting) to those they love.
Eat a lot to keep up their energy. They play to stay warm and sleep to cool down.
The happier they are, the louder they get.

Adult Behavior

Do not usually vocalize what they are feeling, but instead use their tails for emotional displays, similar to dogs.
Fins can be used to show emotion but that is not their primary purpose.
Diet affects the brightness of the fin color.
Fins are rapidly flashed at potential mates until the potential mate accepts or declines.
Purple fins are more common than red.
Males usually do the flashing of fins to attract mates, but females may choose to do so as well.
Usually seen playing around with the hatchlings.

Habitat

Prefer humid climates.
Live in hotter climates, where their fins aid in keeping the dragon cool.
Enjoy relaxing in the shade.

Diet

Omnivorous, eating vegetation and small mammals such as mice or rabbits.
Eat more vegetation than meat simply due to motivation.
Hatchlings eat more meat than adults as they are more active and more prone to catching small mammals.
Berries and other fruit are considered special treats.
Berries and other fruit can most strongly affect brightness of a dragon’s fins.

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Ember Dragon

Found in: Volcano
Elemental Affinity: Fire


Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

This dragon breed is rather low to the ground.
The inside of their mouth is a bright, glowing yellow.
Covered in extremely dark scales.
Their wing membranes are thick and opaque.
Long, straight horns sprout from the back of their skulls.
Their markings seem brighter around their eyes, mouth, and feet, as well as on their chest.
There is a backwards-facing digit on their forelegs which allows them to grasp objects, though motor ability is limited.

Hatchling Behavior

They don’t seem to like the other hatchlings.
When they play with other hatchlings they tend to play rough.
Adult dragons don’t seem to intimidate them.
They climb into still-hot embers whenever they get an opportunity to do so.
For some odd reason they tend to attack prey the same size as, or larger than, they are.
Taking flight is only used as a last resort.

Adult Behavior

Very aggressive as adults, which may be a result of the difficulty of finding food.
Capable of powerful fire-based spells, although they tend to use magic sparingly.
Not very social, but do live in packs (to which they are extremely loyal).

Habitat

Live in warm climates—especially volcanic plains.

Diet

They seem to prefer hunting large animals.
They swallow meat and bone alike in large chunks.
Given no other option, they will eat bark and grass.
Sometimes they will swallow stones; they will even go so far as to break specific stones down to ingest them.
They don’t appear to drink any water.
On rare occasions, they scavenge meat.

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Gold Dragon

Found in: All habitats
Elemental Affinity: Earth

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Their golden scales retain heat better than other dragons.
The twin dorsal fins at their shoulders grow slowly.
When first born, the golden scales are at their brightest and then dull over time.
The dorsal and tail spines are not sharp.
The underbelly has harder scales than the rest of the body.
Three digits on each wing, with a small claw-like digit at the central joint.
Eyes have slit pupils that are bright apple green.
The tail is prehensile to a degree and helps steady movements.

Hatchling Behavior

Hatchlings are timid but curious.
At a young age, scales start out sharp.
When encountering other metallic dragons, Golds become very talkative.
Give them a shiny stone and you’ll entertain them for days.
They can’t do much flying until the twin dorsal fins are long enough.
Golds are natural leaders in the dark because of how their scales reflect light.
As they near adulthood, they can become rather bossy to their fellow hatchlings.
Why, of course you should adore Golds. They’re positively perfect in every way.

Adult Behavior

Can be persnickety at times.
Absolutely love objects as shiny as they are.
Being hunted for their lustrous scales has made them tend to avoid humans.
Dislike direct sunlight when in groups.
Highly intelligent compared to other breeds.
Have studied humans to a small degree but are not particularly impresssed with them.

Habitat

Can be found near caves.
Hatchlings tend not to stay where they are supposed to.
Prefer dense wooded areas.

Diet

Primary diet of large game and pack animals.
Are careful to avoid killing off entire herds.
“Snack” on nuts, if available.

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Harvest Dragon

Found in: Forest
Elemental Affinity: Earth

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Horns grow slowly but continuously throughout the dragon’s lifetime.
Have two large toes that support most of the dragon’s weight; a small claw is all that remains of a vestigial third toe.
In very old dragons the horns curl around the face, much like a ram.
Claws are small and fairly blunt.
Teeth suiting an omnivorous diet.

Hatchling Behavior

They especially love sweet foods, though they’re not exactly picky.
Watch your fingers when they know you have food.
Always hungry.
Playful but very clumsy.
Equally happy to play by themselves and with other hatchlings.

Adult Behavior

Fairly active for a dragon of their bulk, contributing to the large appetite.
While not the most territorial breed, they are rather possessive of food.
In the winter, forage almost constantly (albeit slowly). In the spring and summer, spend about half of the day foraging.
Females guard their eggs but hatchlings are left to fend for themselves.

Habitat

Found in both deciduous and coniferous forests, but prefer areas with large, widely spaced trees and little undergrowth.
In more southern latitudes, they are found at higher elevations than in the north.

Diet

Eat almost anything.
Only occasionally able to catch faster animals such as deer.
Will eat carrion.
Diet is primarily plant-based.

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Hellfire Wyvern

Found in: Volcano
Elemental Affinity: Fire

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Sharp claws that need constant trimming.
Very thick, tough scales.
Produce a large amount of heat, which can escape through gaps in their scales.
The sides of the head are framed by straight horns.
Wings are covered in rips and tears due to many fights.
Females are larger than males.

Hatchling Behavior

Hatchlings quickly learn how they are supposed to act. Before they have grown their wings, they are more able to adapt to change, but after they’ve grown their wings it’s very hard to teach them to alter their behavior.
Male hatchlings are often pushed into subservient positions.
Heat will begin escaping through their scales shortly after hatchlings grow their wings.
Once a hatchling has grown wings, it can begin spitting fire.
Upon learning to produce flames, hatchlings love experimenting with their newfound abilitiy.
It takes a lot of practice to master producing flames.
Adult females will encourage female hatchlings to bully male hatchlings.

Adult Behavior

Live in packs comprimised of an alpha female, a few betas, and several omegas.
Females almost constantly battle for fun and for dominance, resulting in many changes in who is the alpha female.
Males stay on the outskirts of packs in order to receive protection if a threat arises.
Hunting is a solitary action for both genders. Hellfire Wyverns who cannot catch their own food are not fit to survive.
Females mate with as many males as they can. Alphas are the only ones who care if they share mates and kill any male they mate with, not wanting to share with the other females.
Females enjoy physical interaction and will sleep in large, tangled masses together.
There is less battling for dominance during mating season and until eggs begin to hatch.
Packs are ferociously protective of all in the pack and will kill outside threats without second thought.

Habitat

Prefer hotter climates as to not bother their internal temperature and possibly affect their flame production.
Nomadic in open plains.
Settle in one area in wooded areas as they will quickly burn down any surrounding woods but do not want to burn down whole forests.

Diet

Obligate carnivores.
May scavenge if desperate or not raised by other hellfire wyverns, but killing their own food is a point of pride.
Will kill any type of animal they can for food.
Must eat a lot in order to keep their bulk and energy levels up.
Humans are common prey since they live in large groups and it can be easy to pick off a clawful of stragglers.

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Horse Dragon

Found in: Jungle
Elemental Affinity: Neutral

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Bodies reminiscent of equines, with large wings that can fold against the body for increased speed.
Purple body with blue mane, glowing red eyes, silver horns.
Wings allow speedy flight for short periods but are not ideal for soaring.
Sharp teeth for finishing off incapacitated prey.
Heavily feathered limbs with hooves instead of claws.
Short, powerful necks with long manes.
Long tail with flowing hair.
Males have more feathering, shorter legs, and stockier bodies than females.

Hatchling Behavior

Hatchlings are able to run shortly after hatching, jumping soon follows.
Very playful, often enjoy races with other hatchlings.
Usually affectionate toward other hatchlings and humans.
Need a lot of rest after playtime, sleep frequently.
Will frequently stalk objects and pounce on them.
Will usually scavenge meat but will kill insects and rodents.
Very rough with “toy” objects—will stomp on and shake them.
Somewhat skittish when introduced to unfamiliar things.

Habitat

Prefer warm areas with lots of space to run.
May den in wooded areas or caves, but open spaces must be nearby.
Can often be found on open prairies.
Area must have an abundance of prey.
Usually avoid overly rocky areas.
Heavy underbrush or tall grass is used to hide eggs.
Proximity to fresh water is important.
Will occasionally follow migratory prey to new areas.

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Imperial Fleshcrowne Dragon

Found in:Forest, Forest, Coast
Elemental Affinity:Neutral

Observations

Appearance/Basic Anatomy
Each dragon has a unique set of speckles on their hip. They are normally in sets of three or four, though it isn’t terribly uncommon to see as many as a dozen or more. Males tend to have more speckles than females.
Hatchlings are born with a few faint hip speckles, and occasionally with none at all. They come in completely when they mature and grow wings.
Newborn hatchlings are very tiny, but grow at an impressive speed, reaching full size at 6 months.
The tail is prehensile and is used to grip the branches of trees for better balance.
The crowns have seven points that are made of a very tough cartilage.

Hatchling Behavior
Hatchlings seems to have an endless supply of energy, only sleeping a few hours at night.
Newborns are very clumsy and must be taught how to climb trees. Starting out with saplings and bushes, working their way up to the tree tops. Older hatchlings enjoy testing each other to see who can climb the furthest.
Fleshcrownes are known for their large variety of vocal calls, but oddly enough, only hatchlings are capable of purring, and do so often.
A young hatchling’s crown is very soft and delicate for the first few months, and they have little control over them.
The “nursery” is often divided into groups according to age, as the older hatchlings can often be too rough with the younglings.
Once hatchlings grow their wings, it takes quite a bit of practice and a lot of error for them to learn to fly properly. Once they do, chaos ensues.
Really... why are they so itchy?

Adult Behavior
During breeding seasons males perform intricate dances for females. The male with the best moves is sure to win the female he desires, and admiration of all other males as well.
Fleshcrownes are very nurturing and loving creatures. They rarely, if ever, fight and only do so as a last resort. Their sharp claws and impressive agility are a large help, but their small size and unwillingness to fight is their downfall.
Possibly the rarest sight to see is a solitary Fleshcrowne. Their livelihood withers and mental state becomes weakened. They will always, at the very least, seek out the company of one other individual, even if that creature does not desire it.
Their high energy often leads to boredom, and, combined with their love for adventure and immense curiosity, often leads to trouble for the Fleshcrowne. While they never have cruel intentions, they can sometimes be a nuisance to those around them.
Fleshcrownes will begin collecting large amounts of food during early- to mid-fall to ensure the community is well prepared and fed for the upcoming winter months.
Adults will begin building large nests in the surrounding foliage of their community at the age of three. It takes years for a nest to suffice for actual egg-laying, and is never considered complete.
They will collect large varieties of objects to collect in and around their nest and/or the chosen tree of their nest, and are particularly attracted to shiny and bright objects. These objects are also used as an alternate form of attracting mates.
Both males and females build nests, either alone or together. They can go through multiple nests throughout their lives. If, during breeding season, both male and female own a nest, they will choose the largest and most attractive nest for egg laying.

Habitat
Being highly adaptable, Fleshcrownes have become fairly common. They are able to thrive just about anywhere, from ashy, volcanic regions, to chilly mountaintops.
Though they are adaptable, their ideal environment would be somewhere with mild temperatures and densely wooded areas.
Living in the desert can sometimes be problematic, as there is limited coverage and they are often left exposed to the elements. They have been known to occupy abandoned underground dens when possible.

Diet
Fleshcrownes eat a variety of fruits, vegetables, and insects.
Their favorite foods tends to be sweet, sugary foods. Or anything else that gives them high amounts of energy (not that they need it).
They love to forage for food, which keeps Fleshcrownes occupied and gives them the opportunity to explore. Such foraging occupies a large amount of their time.
Fleshcrownes tend to stay away from meat—though they do like the occasional shellfish, using their sharp claws to pry open the shells.

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Royal Blue Dragon

Found in:Alpine
Elemental Affinity:Neutral

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Though males and females have similar markings, the patterns on their face vary and can be used to determine a dragon’s gender.
Markings tend to be consistent across dragons, but exceptions do exist.
Their eyes are a bright yellow-orange color.
Their “crowns” are bone projections covered in skin, rather than typical horns.
Adults typically have a saddle-like silver marking on their backs.
Silver markings appear as they grow older.
No reported sightings of dragons with greater than usual number of horns.
Adults with fewer horns than usual seem to have lost them due to injury.

Hatchling Behavior

Newly-hatched Royal Blue dragons spend most of their time sleeping.
Young Royal Blues form attachments readily and are easy to tame.
Hatchlings can often be lured along by bits of shiny material.
Hatchlings tend to make high-pitched chirping sounds when excited.
Parents keep close watch over the young ones, to keep them from wandering off after any reflective-looking dragons.
Hatchlings’ markings may come in at an uneven rate. Though they may temporarily appear to have different markings than usual, the rest will come in with age.
Young Royal Blues do not remain with their parents long once they can effectively hunt.
Although they may temporarily band together after leaving their parents’ protection, adolescents become more solitary after reaching their full growth.

Adult Behavior

They do not breathe fire. However, they do have some form of storing water, which they can exhale in the form of very hot steam.
Their steam-breath is most often used in displays, either to impress potential mates or to intimidate and distract adversaries. They also use it to help form and polish their ice caves.
They use the stars and moon to navigate, and to help determine when it’s time to move in search of their favorite food sources.
Their silvery markings play a large part in their mating rituals. The males tend to choose clear nights around the time of the full moon, the better to posture and show off their reflectiveness.
They tend to be particularly fond of dragons with reflective metallic scales. It is not uncommon for them to form close bonds with Nebula dragons as well, because of their shared attraction toward cold weather and observation of the stars.
Although during most of the year they will readily take advantage of any naturally-occurring caves for shelter, during the mating season they like to carve out ice caves for themselves. The females begin the initial forming of the caves.
They tend to be less vocal as adults than when they are young. Most of the noises they do make could be categorized as coos or chirps. However, when angered they are capable of producing deep roars, all the more startling for their rarity.
They are tolerant of other dragons, but spend most of their time alone.

Habitat

When given a choice, they prefer to live close to a source of fresh water.
They are occasionally known to dam up streams in order to create reflective pools of static water.
They strongly prefer cool temperatures.
They are primarily found in mountainous areas.
Naturally-occurring caves are likely to attract them to an area.
Can sometimes be spotted in warmer areas when searching for food.
Mating displays frequently occur on high mountain peaks where snow can be found year-round.

Diet

Their favorite food is fish.
They commonly hunt small mammals.
Occasionally hunt cooperatively to bring down large game.
Primarily carnivorous.
They do not seem to enjoy sweet tastes.
Appear to prefer unripe fruit over fully-ripened.

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Magi Dragon

Found in: All habitats
Elemental Affinity: Magi


Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

The fins that run along their heads are unique; no two dragons have the same shape, size and arrangement of spikes.
Their scales are a radiant orange that has a slight iridescence.
They seem to have a faint glow, although in dark environments, they don’t appear to actually luminesce.

Hatchling Behavior

Hatchlings have natural magical abilities; but they have trouble controlling them at first.
Early attempts at magic can produce unpredictable results.
Adolescent dragons are able to show more advanced control of magic than most humans.
Will spend time soaking in pools of mana to strengthen their powers.
Bathing in fresh water can cause mana to “leak” into the environment, having effects on nearby flora and fauna.

Adult Behavior

Being teleported is a good way to empty your stomach.
(No longer have issues after being teleported a few times.)
Travel in groups to different mana springs to replenish stores.
Able to go several months between visits to springs.
Capable of utilizing various types of elemental magics, although they appear to specialize in spatial magic (e.g. teleportation).
Can “see” the flow of magic as it is utilized—attempts to describe what it looks like fall outside human comprehension.
Their “mage sight” is likely related to their abnormal eye coloration.

Habitat

Can be found in most environments, but prefer humid areas.

Diet

Appear to use a lot of energy when using more advanced magic.
Can “convert” mana to food by way of using spells to conjure edible things, but this is probably not a net-positive on energy.
Despite not being as physically active as other breeds, they must consume more food than most dragons in order to stay nourished.

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Nebula Dragon

Found in: Desert, Alpine
Elemental Affinity: Light

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Females have one more wing finger than males. This does not appear to have any specific function.
It is entirely possible for a black and white patterned Nebula to exist, as a form of albinism via colour-blindness. This, however, is extremely rare.
Have yet to see two Nebula dragons with the exact same pattern, but several have similar patterns.
A Nebula dragon’s horns are often mistaken for ears.
When a nebula dragon dies or if it is killed, its scales lose their pattern in a matter of hours.

Hatchling Behavior

They can spend up to 18 hours a day sleeping when newly hatched. They slowly become more active as they age.
Their eyes are pale blue when they hatch, but seem to change color to match their wing patterns.
Hatchlings tend to be more restless during a double new moon, as this is the ideal time for them to observe the sky.
It is very easy to tell their genders apart at a young age, since female Nebula hatchlings have an extra wing finger.
Hatchlings will behave unpredictably during a full solar eclipse, as they do not yet understand what is going on and believe it is night time.
In their late adolescence years, female hatchlings will seek out high areas or deserts to make a nest for when they become adults and lay their first eggs.
Male nebula hatchlings during their late adolescence years prepare for adulthood by spending long hours staring at the sky, *** sure their patterns are suitable for finding a mate.

Adult Behavior

Adults sleep during the day. They therefore dislike summer as days are longer, and are usually more active in winter.
Males who wish to mate display their wings to their fullest extent to their chosen female. If the female approves, she will imitate him. If she disapproves, she will fly off.
While they prefer to live solitary, peaceful lives, small groups can be found every now and then.
Nebula dragons do not mind temporary company of other breeds, and many have been found to bond closely with Royal Blue dragons, due to their shared love of starlight.

Habitat

Nebula dragons love to travel and find new places to observe the night skies. They will sometimes travel as far as the other side of the planet to do so.
Since winter is often the best time to observe the skies, Nebula dragons seem to grow accustomed to cold weather.

Diet

Nebulas are omnivorous, and usually hunt large mammals.
Enjoy bitter fruits such as lemons and grapefruit.

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Neglected Dragon

Found in: Unknown

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

The shapes of their bones are prominent under their paper-like skin.
Built narrow and spindly, with olive-colored flesh.
Horns vary based on biological ***.
Health is fairly stable at adulthood, despite their horrid appearance.

Hatchling Behavior

Hatchlings are often hostile to others, such as young dragons and people.
Begin hunting smaller creatures at an early age.
Prone to fits of lethargy and illness due to their mistreatment.
Transformation is caused by a disease that affects eggs and hatchlings with severely weakened immune systems.

Adult Behavior

Even though they are weaker, they tend to be aggressive and may still pick fights.
Adults are fairly solitary and anti-social in comparison to other dragons.
Adult Neglected Dragons are sterile; their bodies simply can’t handle breeding.
Their personalities can vary greatly based upon the kind of dragon they were born as.

Habitat

Survive in all varieties of conditions, but are rarely found in cold climates.

Diet

Have very strong stomachs, a result of the viral infection that transformed them.
Can digest almost anything, and thus can survive in environments where food is relatively scarce.

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Pillow Dragon

Found in: Alpine
Elemental Affinity: Neutral

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Different teeth fall out and regrow on a frequent and regular basis with no hindrance to the dragon, similar to sharks.
The pelt is comprised of two layers; the long, fine fur which is visible and a thick protective mesh underneath.
Adults possess many visible snaggleteeth, like that of a crocodile’s maw.
The face, forearms, hind feet, and wings are covered by a thick, scaley hide and are completely hairless.
Dewclaws are present on all four feet, though the ones in front appear longer and opposable, like thumbs.
The eye color is a vibrant orange, with no visible pupil. Inside of the mouth is the same shade of orange.
The tongue is quite flexible and very long when fully extended. The top side of it has a painfully rough texture, supposedly good for grooming.

Hatchling Behavior

Teething begins immediately after hatching. Victims often include parents, siblings, bones, and sticks. Parents seem to be a common favorite.
Youngsters tend to avoid other breeds. Level of caution seems to subside as they grow.
Hatchlings are curious and mischeivious. Will sneak off if left unsupervised.
Immature dragons are much more active than adults and will sleep only a small portion of the day in comparison.
Hatchlings are compelled to attack and pounce on anything which moves in erratic patterns; sometimes anything which simply moves.
Young dragons purr when happy, although the sound appears unusually deep and gruff for their size.
If separated from its group, a hatchling will hide, but chirp loudly, as if calling out for help.

Adult Behavior

A group of pillow dragons can be referred to as a “pluffra.”
Males and females share the same tasks. There does not appear to be one dominating ***.
When food is scarce and it becomes difficult to keep the entire group fed, the clan will seperate into smaller groups and split apart into different territories until conditions improve.

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Pink Dragon

Found in: All habitats
Elemental Affinity: Neutral

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Very graceful—almost as if dancing.
Small, cream-colored frills on the head as well as pink horns that curve in towards each other.
Heart-shaped decoration on the female’s tail and arrow-shaped decoration on the male’s tail.
Very nimble paws capable of delicate tasks.

Hatchling Behavior

Garrulous.
Favorite game is a form of tag.
Happy to be ring leaders of games and social activities.
Acrobatic, they are able to tumble around just a few days after they are born.
Sociable and like to play in groups.
Stay with their parents a few years into adulthood before possibly striking out to settle with a different group of dragons.
Get depressed and anxious if they are deprived of attention and company.
Enjoy *** up their own games to play.

Adult Behavior

Enjoy parties and celebrations.
Altruistic and selfless, they do best in compassionate groups that will make sure they are not neglected.
Excellent caregivers and often in charge of hatchling-care.
Create tight familial units.
Even dragons that have struck out on their own will return to old familial units to visit.
Have specific mourning rituals for burying their dead.
Mates choose each other before mating season and exchange meat as a show of dedication and loyalty.
In the wild, they will influence eggs by changing the temperature of nests of still developing eggs simply to balance out the gender ratio of the group.

Habitat

Extremely adaptable and able to create a home anywhere with enough water and vegetation.
Different social constructs depending on the environment.
Water availability is celebrated in arid environments.

Diet

Adept fliers, they skim food from treetops.
Not very picky eaters.

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Purple Dragon

Found in: All habitats
Elemental Affinity: Life

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Once their wings have grown, males appear to have an extra growth on their face and stockier builds. This difference is subtle at first, but becomes more apparent with age.
The amount of green on the tail and head appendages seems to vary from individual to invidual. Some barely have any green at all while others are only half yellow.
The purple dragon has no scales on the underside of the wing, but the outer side is coated with very fine purple scales.
The tail is almost whip like. Could it be used to hunt prey?
Females and males look completely the same as hatchlings. It is difficult to tell them apart until they mature.
The scales of the dragons are a more vibrant, polished purple during mating season. Especially the scales of the males who have only just reached ***ual maturity.

Hatchling Behavior

Gender doesn’t seem to have an effect on hatchling behavior.
They chase their tails a lot before maturity, but since their tails are prehensile, they end up running in circles with their tails in their mouths most of the time.
Hatchlings that have grown their wings and whiskers are fond of play hunting.
Hatchlings tend to get anxious when separated from an adult.
Hatchlings do not gain any green coloration until they reach ***ual maturity.
Young dragons love to be rubbed right at the base of their head appendages.
Clawing at the tree bark and scraping at the rocks is a group activity for purple hatchlings to keep their nails in check.

Adult Behavior

It seems that dragons choose new mates every breeding season.
The length of the male’s whiskers varies immensely. This has some sort of influence on which males are chosen by the females to breed.
Whiskers of medium length appear to get the most attention from females. Short whiskers or overly long whiskers don’t seem to be as popular during the breeding season.
A male only stays with his mate until her egg hatches, then he leaves and she joins the other nursing females.
Female adults are very attentive to young hatchlings, especially if they have an egg or hatchling of their own.
Since there is such a large population of purple dragons, and they are so well-distributed, there is little inbreeding among wild populations.

Habitat

Tend to prefer areas with more greenery.
Breeding season tends to occur in areas that are shaded from constant sun.

Diet

While females prefer vegetation, males prefer meat, which is why the female tends to eat meat during mating season: it is given as a gift from her mate.
Love to have fresh fruit as a snack.

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Pygmy Dragon

Found in: Forest, Jungle, Alpine

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

They have brightly coloured eyes with large pupils.
Their horns have slight ridges on them, and end in wickedly sharp points.
Most are a bright orangy-yellow, though some individuals are either paler or darker than this—from almost white to a moderate umber.
The wings of these dragons only have two phalanges and a small thumb.
Their scales are smooth and perfectly circular.

Hatchling Behavior

Hatchlings are very affectionate.
They pick up just about anything they can carry.
Even though they are too small to play with other hatchlings, they love to chase after them.
They seem to amass small collections of unique and colourful objects.
Every once in a while they stalk birds.
Hiding behind larger dragons seems to be their primary defense strategy.
They are very inquisitive.
While they are not hyperactive, they seem to have boundless energy.

Adult Behavior

They seem to communicate mostly through body language and expression.
Most of their time is spent within a small group of dragons.
When the larger group migrates, the pygmies go with it.

Habitat

Commonly found in tree-covered regions, from sparse woods to deep forest.
This breed typically makes its nests amongst shelf-fungus.
Small colonies may live removed from forested areas, provided there are larger dragons they can live alongside.
They seem to prefer living in evergreen trees, but generally choose trees close to stands of sweet-sapped deciduous trees.
They construct their nests out of general forest detritus, even when living removed from forests.
Migration appears to depend on individual populations.

Diet

These dragons seem to eat just about everything.
Whenever they get the chance, they take the meat left over from other dragon’s kills.
They spend a fair amount of time foraging.
Occassionally you see them catch birds or small mammals.
They seem to really love sweet things–sap, honey, and nectar.
Nuts seem to pose a problem for their jaws, but they eat them anyways.
They don’t seem to like mushrooms or other fungus.
They eat bird eggs eagerly, but never dragon eggs.

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Red Dragon

Found in: Desert, Volcano
Elemental Affinity: Fire

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Heavy, ridged, plate-like scales, especially along the spine.
Hard, smooth belly scales; few soft vulnerable areas on the underside of the body.
Sharp spur-like projection off the hocks, ending in a large claw.
Teeth replaced continuously throughout their lifetime.

Hatchling Behavior

Typically fearless and inquisitive, quick to learn but slow to obey.
Hatchlings lack the hardened scales of their older counterparts.
Beg shamelessly in a manner similar to young birds when small, though this behavior will continue into sub-adulthood if it is encouraged.
Frequently bully smaller, weaker hatchlings in order to monopolize access to the best food, water, and shelter.
Begin trying to breathe fire from a young age.

Adult Behavior

Very territorial. Both ***es establish well-defined borders around their hunting grounds.
Both parents guard the eggs and care for the young. The offspring are ignored once they grow wings and will eventually disperse to search for food.
Often attack humans that venture into their lairs; this aggression is motivated by territoriality and is usually not related to predation, though the interloper is often eaten.
In social situations tend to be assertive and very reactive.
Primarily diurnal, though occasionally active at night.
Fire-breathing is fueled by mana, rather than being a biological process.

Habitat

Live anywhere with sufficient prey and shelter.
Very hardy; in arid environments can survive on only the water contained in their prey.
Adapt to colder climates by using fire-breathing to create warmth.

Diet

Are notorious for eating livestock.
Carnivorous, though vegetation is occasionally consumed.
Will prey on smaller breeds of dragon.

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