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帖子 由 萧湘 于 2014-11-05, 9:20 pm

Silver Dragon

Found in: All habitats
Elemental Affinity: Light

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Both males and females have a soft fur mane along their spine that extends from their forehead to partway down their tail.
There is a similar tuft of fur on their tail tip.
On the males this fur is a soft, shimmery blue. On the females the fur is a similar soft pink.
Have a pair of hard horns in the same colors as their fur.
Though wingless, Silver dragons are able to fly easily.
The magical glow of Silver dragons may be connected to their ability to fly without wings.

Hatchling Behavior

Silver hatchlings are playful.
Really enjoy frolicking in flower-strewn meadows.
Can often be seen splashing playfully in wate***lls.
Fly early, even before their mane grows in.
Though they love running and chasing their games are not aggressive.
Hatchlings are especially attracted to rainbows.
Silver hatchlings can often be seen in the center of large groups of mixed breeds of hatchlings, even amongst breeds that normally avoid other dragons.

Adult Behavior

This breed has a playful nature.
Can sometimes be seen frolicking in meadows, wate***lls or rainbows.
They seem able to live peacefully even with breeds known for their aggression.
Silver dragons enjoy beautiful scenery.
Males are careful to kill quickly and cleanly when hunting.
The glow of a silver dragon appears to have a pacifying effect on other species.

Habitat

Numerous silver dragon eggs have been spotted in high mountain areas.
Silver dragons have been spotted among the rugged ice peaks of the frozen alpines.
Many Silver dragons have been spotted sunning atop sand dunes in the driest desert.
It is not unheard of to find Silver dragons among the bubbling lava pools of smoking volcanoes.
Silver dragon eggs are seen everywhere.
There are unconfirmed rumors that Silver dragons have been spotted swimming with the deep sea dragons.
It is commonly held as a truth that Silver dragons can live anywhere they choose to live.
Silver dragons seem immune to the environmental differences of different habitats. It is suspected that magic is responsible for regulating their internal temperature and protecting them.

Diet

The diet of a newly hatched Silver dragon consists mainly of vegetation.
Male Silver dragons change from mostly fruits and vegetables to a diet of meat about the time they grow their manes.
Adult Silver dragons are one of a few breeds of dragon which have varying diets between males and females.
Male Silver dragons live on a diet of large mammals.
Though a female Silver dragon’s diet consists mainly of fruits and vegetables, she will willingly eat almost any vegetation.
During breeding season a female Silver dragon’s diet undergoes a radical change; she will switch to mainly eating meat; typically brought to her by her potential mate.

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Skywing Dragon

Found in: Coast
Elemental Affinity: Air

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Winged, long-bodied dragons.
Peppy blue color with white underbellies.
Their vertebra are mantled with ribs almost ⅔ of their length to the cloaca.
The tail officially starts after the cloaca, past their pelvis, where their secondary wings connect.
Possess a vestigial second pelvis with an unknown purpose.
High mineral content in scales contribute to their signature iridescence and hue.
The environment of the hatchlings largely contributes to their color and sheen.

Hatchling Behavior

Hatchlings are amphibious.
Hatchlings have an easier time taking flight than adults.
Eggs are born and incubated in water.
Hatchlings have an easier time grounding than adults.

Adult Behavior

Have extreme difficulty taking off from the ground.
Are airborne for the majority of the time.
Typically take off by dragging themselves to a large body of water and building speed while swimming.
Eggs need running water to harden; some of this is absorbed, causing the egg to swell.
Eggs are often laid in shallow pools and under wate***lls.
Grounding can be a death sentence for weaker skywings.
Su***ce in quick arcs from the water until enough lift is achieved for flight in order to take off.

Habitat

Prefer areas with large bodies of water they may use in take off.

Diet

Peckish eaters.
Insects, birds, and bats are their main staple.
Young dragons may supplement their diet with small stones, extracting metallic minerals from the earth to add luster to their scales.

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Speckle-Throated Dragon

Found in:Alpine
Elemental Affinity:Air

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Genders are remarkably similar to each other in appearance—aside from size and the male’s head crest.
Black-ringed tails end in a poof.
Creamy light pink color that is soothing to the eyes.
Young hatchling’s throats are completely pink. The speckles appear later in age.

Hatchling Behavior

Remarkably coordinated at a young age and begin vocalizing shortly after hatching.
Hatchlings chirrup, losing the ability as they mature and become capable of producing their distinctive loud, echoing call.
Playful and spend lots of time creating their own new games.
Friendly and will easily befriend any creature that gives them attention.
Learn to trust others very easily.
Care very deeply for friends.
Easily distractable.
May cheer up gloomy or somber friends with foolish antics.

Adult Behavior

Fond of games—e.g. racing, tag, and follow-the-leader.
Fiercly protective of the pack and friends.
Males and females both protect friends from danger. Males will distract the threat by flushing their head crests and rushing at it, giving females a chance to speedily swoop in and out to land vicious hits to the threat.
Strong sense of justice and will not stand for any dragon being harmful to the pack.
Settle small disputes with an aerial competition of interesting and complex tricks.
No pack hierarchy.
Males collect small objects in order to build artful displays in which to attract females with. Couples will perform acrobatic dances togther before breeding.
Couples are not typically permanent and hatchlings end up raised by the pack as a whole.

Habitat

Open spaces are necessary to fit the whole pack as well as give these active dragons room to romp about.
Set up near the base of a mountain so there is at least one area in which threats will have a harder time sneaking up on packs.
Sedentary unless it becomes necessary for the pack to uproot such as if food in the area becomes scarce.
Diet
Practice hunting techniques by turning it into a game.
Males become highly competitive with each other when hunting together, so they usually hunt alone.
Females form small hunting packs with other dragons from their hatchling brood.
Prefer sneak attacks.
Do not like to engage in any fights and will likely abandon any prey that is not taken down with a few sneak attacks.
Eat large mammals.
Hatchlings and the elderly eat the remains of hunted animals but are also provided with birds and, if near a body of water, fish.
Dragons who hunt eat their share of meat first before offering it to the needy in the pack, but will happily hunt more if any dragon does not get their share.

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Spitfire Dragon

Found in: Desert
Elemental Affinity: Fire

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Possess a venom which mixes with their fiery breath to produce not only the blue color of their flames, but also flames that are corrosive and toxic.
Close to the ground, giving them a low center of balance, *** them extremely sturdy and well-balanced.
Few spikes coming off their neck, chin, and wings.
Elongated wings and lengthy tail give them a graceful appearance.
Mature hatchlings sprout a spade-like growth at their end of their tail in addition to growing wings.
Spade-like growth on the end of their tail is hard and bony, thinning as spitfires age due to its use as a club.
Sandy color with brilliant turquoise markings and a scaly underbelly.

Hatchling Behavior

Most aggressive and violent during their hatchling years.
Pick fights over absolutely everything—including exerting their power, playing, displaying emotion (from anger to happiness to sadness), boredom, or hunger.
May end up grievously harming or killing passive or peaceful hatchlings if left alone with them.
If raised by a parent, they will pick fights with their parent, who will hold back from seriously harming them.
Temperamental; fights that start off for fun may quickly turn real fights.
Possessive as young hatchlings, fighting over objects or creatures that are meaningful to them rather than fighting over territory.
Begin spitting fire when their wings come in, causing them to wander off on their own to practice their firebreathing abilities.
Once they can spit fire, hatchlings begin to become less generally aggressive, but more territorial.

Adult Behavior

Solitary creatures, most of their interactions with other dragons are territorial disputes.
Every spitfire has a “signature;” this design is incorporated into all of their work, including their glass cave.
Very prideful, spitfires constantly work to improve their glassblowing and will often destroy and rebuild old glass caves once their skill has improved in order to hide the fact that they once created such inferior art.
Spend months before mating season creating a glass work that shows off their fire spitting skill, traits that are important to them, and their signature; spitfires pick mates based on matching desires and similar glass blowing skill level.
Mates are not permanent but spitfires do only mate with one partner in a mating season.
Either one or neither parent might stay to raise the clutch with hatchlings whose parent did not stay rotating between clutches with an adult around.
Parents leave the nesting grounds once hatchlings begin spitting fire.
The more practiced and controlled their firebreathing is, the more respected their territory may be.

Habitat

Need wide open spaces and a lack of vegetation so their home does not burn down due to their fire spitting.
Need plenty of sand in order to practice their glass blowing.
Avid sunbathers, they enjoy open spaces with plentiful sunshine.
Perfectly suited towards life in the desert.

Diet

As they sunbathe and nap during the day, spitfires do their hunting at nighttime.
Eat small to medium mammals, birds, and reptiles such as mice, kangaroo rats, roadrunners, owls, lizards, and snakes.
Sharp claws that are honed to delicate points to handle glasswork double as perfect killing and gutting tools for prey.
Eat prey raw or cooked depending on their mood and their catch.
Collect prickly pear cacti during mating season to share with their mate.
Spitfire parents share the proper technique on how to slice prickly pears and extract the most juice from the inside.
Hatchlings quite capable of hunting on their own.
Although rare, any hatchling unable to hunt will subsist on prickly pears until they figure it out, often resulting in dead hatchlings if one is born sickly and weak.

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Striped Dragon

Found in: Forest, Jungle
Elemental Affinity: Neutral

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

They have bright yellow-gold stripes.
Striped dragons come in multiple colors, based off of their non-striped parent’s coloring.
Their scales feel smooth, but each seems to refract light independently.
Striped dragons wings have a single flange and a thumb.
Their eyes are always gold in color.
They have three toes and a dewclaw.
Their wings are the same yellow-gold as their stripes on one side, and the same color as their base color on the other.
The inside of their ears is the same yellow-gold as their stripes, stretched between the back of the jaw and a scale-covered horn.

Hatchling Behavior

Hatchlings are playful, but not particularly quick.
Young dragons have an exploratory attitude, with much of their focus being toward food.
There is a hierarchy based on age.
They only start leaving the nest when their stripes start to show.
Young with brighter stripes tend to push around hatchlings with duller stripes.
They don’t appear to enjoy flying much.
If they spend time flying or running, it takes a long time for them to recover.
Even when provoked, they try not to fight with other hatchlings.

Adult Behavior

Most of a mature dragon’s time is spent eating.
They do not like to move around very much.
Group or herd based social behaviour.
While they live in groups, individuals need their own territory for feeding.
Wings are used to increase su***ce area for sunning.
While they can fly, it takes a long time for them to recuperate afterwards.
They rely on external heat for much of their energy.
If unable to escape a predator, a group of striped dragons will gather together to attempt to overwhelm it.

Habitat

They are most frequently found in wooded areas, including forests and jungles.

Diet

Their primary means of catching bugs is basking with their mouth open.
They ordinarily settle in a location with fallen logs or leaf coverage so they can easily find grubs and worms.
If bugs are scarce, they consume bee hives, wasps nests, and bark from trees to try and find them.
Grass, fallen leaves, roots and bark supplement their diet.
One of the few times they move quickly is to snatch moths and butterflies from the air.
Stinging or biting insects seem to have no effect on them—they happily consume bees, wasps, and fire ants.
They can have a very destructive effect on their immediate environment, being reluctant to move to new locations.
A Striped Dragon’s tongue is sticky, which—combined with their sweet-smelling breath—makes eating easier.

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Sunrise Dragon

Found in:Alpine
Elemental Affinity:Light

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Pale flesh, purple-tinted wings mimic the coloration of a sunrise sky, glows when infused with sunlight.
Very fine scales, almost appear to be smooth-skinned except for the prominent scutes that run the full length of the body.
Lean and muscular, very athletic appearance.
Long, flexible necks and tails, longer tail on males.
Large flexible wings for extended flight, digits are not prominent.
Mirrored silver horns and claws.
Facial plating is more elaborate on females.

Hatchling Behavior

Hatchlings are active in the morning and afternoon.
Enjoys playing with other hatchlings.
Loves to bask in the sun, and draws energy from doing so.
Fascinated with shiny objects, but does not hoard them.
Very playful and inquisitive.
Males tend to be more vocal than females.
Tends to bond with dragontender immediately.
Females can be rather bossy and demanding.

Adult Behavior

Very communal, prefer to live in groups of 10‒50 individual adults and their offspring.
Are able to soar above the clouds to absorb sunlight on cloudy days.
Each community is presided over by the strongest female.
Males lead the flightsong, a daily vocalization ritual.
Rise with the dawn and circle in the sky, gaining power from the sun.
Immature hatchlings are carried by adults during flight.
Courtship dance by locking talons while flying and spiraling downward.
One male Sunset frequently remains with wild groups to guard at night, sometimes breeds with matriarch.

Habitat

Typcally found in open grassy plains.
Tend to nest near a water source.
Avoid rocky areas or forests due to risk of wing damage.
Some wild populations migrate to follow summer daylight hours.
Non-migratory communities tend to be more territorial during the winter months.
Breeding females dig dens or choose caves that face the rising sun.
Prey must be plentiful near nesting areas.

Diet

Will sometimes snatch birds mid-flight.
Hatchlings eat meat because they cannot survive high altitude flights.
Hunt in open spaces, so prefer picking off vulnerable herd animals.
Occasionally eat fruit and tree bark.
Require large quantities of water.
Are able to release stored heat from their bodies to melt ice during the winter
Occasionally soil is ingested to provide the dragon with minerals.

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Sunset Dragon

Found in: Unknown
Elemental Affinity: Light

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Purple skin, with fiery orange wings and scutes.
Very fine scales, almost appear to be smooth-skinned except for the prominent scutes that run the full length of the body.
Lean and muscular, very athletic appearance.
Long, flexible necks, longer tail on males.
Large wings for extended flight, digits are not prominent.
Mirrored silver horns and claws.
Females have an additional horn.

Hatchling Behavior

Hatchlings are independent rather than social.
Wants to be out in the evening and at night.
Territorial toward other hatchlings, especially other Sunsets.
Require large amounts of food.
Able to fly soon after wings come in.
High energy.
Hunts some of its own food.

Adult Behavior

Usually live alone, except when raising hatchlings.
Territorial, will fight with other dragons.
Absorb last sun rays to use in hunting; hunt by releasing light to disorient prey.
“Flares” can also be used for defense.
Rise in the early evening.
Non-migratory.
A single male often guards a nearby group of Sunrise Dragons at night.
Court by locking talons mid-air and spiraling toward the ground.

Habitat

Adults dig large dens for resting and raising young.
Prefer wide open spaces.
Dens always face toward the setting sun.
Rarely found in forests or rocky areas.
Size of territory related to availability of prey.
Found near water sources.
During the winter months, territories increase in size.

Diet

Exclusively carnivorous, prefer large animals.
No part of the prey is left uneaten, unless used for nesting material.
Usually take deer or large herd animals.
Adults can regurgitate food for hatchlings.
Have been known to take domesticated animals.
Hatchlings frequently eat insects or rodents caught by themselves.
Will also hunt other predators.
Frequently viewed as “pests” by humans.

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Water Dragon

Found in: Coast
Elemental Affinity: Water

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

One primary set of fins near the front of the dragon.
Barbels on the face help the dragon find food in deep or murky water.
A dorsal fin runs the entire length of the body.
Females have a forked tail fin, while males do not.
Eyes are similar to that of land dragons, but have more spherical lenses, like those of fish.

Hatchling Behavior

Slither around like snakes while on the ground.
Try to keep their scales moist when out of water.
Swimming skills are shaky at first, but they are quick learners.
Hatchlings rarely find their own food—they are usually led to (or given) fish by elders.
Born with lungs, capable of breathing on land.

Adult Behavior

Live in small groups, all adults take part in raising young.
Oceanic dragons are rarely bothered by other alpha predators (e.g. sharks).
Breed sparingly to prevent contention for food; if bred to a non-water-bound partner, the partner will often transport the egg to a different body of water.
Very loyal to their specific pack.

Habitat

Can live in large fresh-water lakes.
Habitat seems to be a matter of community preference—groups will migrate.
Many make a habitat out of the oceans.
Fresh water dragons may leave a lake and travel to the ocean, but only in search of another fresh-water body.

Diet

Seem to particularly enjoy consuming sea-bees. Will eat the entire hive at once.
Primarily eat small- or medium-sized aquatic creatures, namely fish.

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Waterhorse Dragon

Found in: Coast
Elemental Affinity: Water

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

The slime these dragons secrete dries to a tough, rubbery finish when exposed to open air.
The larger the crest on the male, the more appealing of a mate he appears to females.
Like many other aquatic dragons, waterhorses tolerate both fresh and saltwater well.
This breed has unusual dentation, featuring specialized teeth for breaking shellfish.
Waterhorses have swim bladders they expand and contract to control their overall buoyancy, similar to fish.
The bone structure of their flippers is highly cartilaginous.
Fully grown waterhorse dragons have specialized paddle-like wings to allow it to swim gracefully through the sea.
Laterally flattened bones act as flat struts across the broad su***ce of their membranous feet.

Hatchling Behavior

Owing to their hooked premolars, teething for young waterhorse dragons is especially painful.
Waterhorse hatchlings eat near constantly.
They are especially friendly with domestic animals and children.
Extremely playful and curious.
Playfully chase each other through reefs and shoals.

Adult Behavior

Waterhorse dragons have an apparent preoccupation with removing starfish from their territory and tossing them far, far away.
Instead of fighting, male waterhorses attempting to draw the attention of mates will strike ever more elaborate poses in hopes of besting their competition.
Adults sometimes chase seals aground, and appear to enjoy waddling around after them by land.
Adults make a sound that is very laugh-like for various reasons, including expressing happiness.
Can be described as “artistic” due to their underwater routines and dances used to attract mates and their affinity for aquascaping.

Habitat

Typically, Waterhorses can be found in vegetation and kelp, twining through their gardens and surveying the waters of their homes.
Though not advised, it is possible to rear hatchlings in large tubs or basins filled with clean or salty water.

Diet

They willingly starve before resorting to eating starfish.
Waterhorse dragons have been known to down and eat crocodiles when in hostile environments.
Can be trained (with great pains) to not eat ornamental pond fish in captivity.

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White Dragon

Found in: All habitats
Elemental Affinity: Life/Light

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Have a luminescent, leathery hide rather than large scales.
White dragons’ eyes are a bright, vivid blue.
Wings are shaped for short bursts of speed and easy maneuverability rather than distance.
Their wings are feathered and soft.
Hides are dusted with a fine, sweet-smelling powder with mild healing properties.
Adult white dragons sometimes craft staves by breaking a straight limb from an ancient elm tree, which they then shape by rubbing it against other trees and stones.
Staves may also be passed down between generations.

Hatchling Behavior

Hatchlings can be somewhat reserved at times.
Hatchlings avoid the play attacks other breeds enjoy.
White hatchlings love running and jumping games.
Pretend rescues are another favored activity.
Though they can be as active as any other hatchling, whites never seem to suffer the bumps and bruises common to other breeds.
Close observation shows a strong command of healing magic, even before reaching maturity.

Adult Behavior

Will avoid fighting back, even to the point of endangering themself.
Capable of defensive magic; used to protect themselves in lieu of offense.
May heal other breeds (or provide services to humans) in exchange for favors.
They do not stay completely out of conflicts; they may get involved to the extent of taking care of those injured or issuing protective wards.

Habitat

Capable of surviving in extreme temperatures due to protective magic, though volcanoes and glacial regions are far from ideal environments.
Choice of habitat is primarily dictated by their restrictive diet.

Diet

Strictly herbivores, and as such, spend a fair amount of time eating.
Cannot heal or cure hunger or thirst via magic.

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Gallus gallus domesticus

Found in: All habitats

Observations
Hatchling Behavior

Chicks are extremely fluffy before feathers grow in.

Adult Behavior

Appears to be fully domesticated.
No roosters seen, only hens.
Due to the lack of roosters, hens lay unfertilized eggs.
Eggs make great omelettes.
Seriously, where do they come from?
Several dominant birds will often have priority when it comes to food.

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Two-Headed Dragon

Found in:All habitats
Elemental Affinity:

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Rather stocky with large wings.
Act mainly as quadrupeds to support their immense bulk.
Tail splits in two just like their neck.
Armored underbellies and spikes going down their necks.
Except for the brain, organs are not doubled.
Rarely obtain scars thanks to their tough hide.
Have very tough hide that can withstand scratching from their own claws.

Hatchling Behavior

Hatchling heads seem to get along better with each other than adult heads.
Hatchling heads get along so well with each other because it is necessary to their survival.
When one head is scared, the other will get a rush of adrenaline, often taking the body completely over so the heads will not trip each other up, maximizing their chances of survival.
Hatchlings stay with their parents until they grow wings.
Hatchling games are based on teaching teamwork and cooperation.
While still with their family unit, hatchlings are taught to hunt with their claws alone. Incorporating their wings into the hunt comes fairly naturally.
As hatchlings grow bigger, flying requires more practice so they can continue to support their large size. They also begin taking down bigger and bigger animals.

Adult Behavior

Adults often bicker with themselves simply to pass the time.
Enjoy mental challenges such as puzzles.
Solitary and nomadic except during mating season.
Large groups tend to get noisy and combative; the noise is similar to the sounds of a thunderstorm.
Once hatchlings are kicked out of the nest, partners drift apart to wander alone again.
Can enjoy the social company of one-headed dragons and may settle in clans or groups with them.
One head cannot survive without the other; if one head dies, the second will also quickly succumb to death.
Both heads are ridiculously fond of each other and may even make up their own personal language to communicate to each other with.

Habitat

Can live almost anywhere, but tend to avoid climates on the extremes (i.e. they will stay on the outskirts of deserts, or near the base of snowy mountains).
Tend to follow where prey is most abundant.

Diet

Vicious and capable predators, they depend on large animals to sustain their mass.
Favorite prey animals include large cats and elephants where available.
Appreciate the challenge of taking down other predators.

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帖子 由 萧湘 于 2014-11-05, 10:11 pm

Spotted Greenwing Dragon

Found in:Forest
Elemental Affinity:Neutral

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Always have five growths coming off their backside but anywhere from five to nine growths coming off their heads.
Covered in small, shiny scales.
Have strong, dexterous toes for gripping branches.
The extent and pattern of the spots is unique to each individual.
Claws are sharp and partially retractable.

Hatchling Behavior

Hatchling are always moving, seems to have boundless energy.
Young Greenwings love to chase small objects.
Good hunters from a young age.
Frightened of much larger creatures while young, and flee up a tree to hide.
Love all kinds of food. Will try to eat anything that they can get into their mouth.

Adult Behavior

Social but almost constantly squabble among themselves.
Arboreal; rarely (if ever) land on the forest floor.
Form closer associations within their main groups, though not always with mates.
Relationships between mates aren’t much different from others.
Little parental care is shown.

Habitat

Live in old growth forests, where there is space to fly and branches large enough to support them.
Found in a large range of temperature zones, from boreal forests to temperate deciduous forests. Not commonly seen in very hot climates.

Diet

Small deer, rabbits, rodents, and birds make up the bulk of their diet.
On rare occasions have been found fishing.
Will occasionally eat insects and plants when other food is scarce.
Avoid carrion but will eat it if the corpse isn’t too rotten.

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帖子 由 萧湘 于 2014-11-06, 8:33 pm

Blacktip Dragon

Found in:Coast
Elemental Affinity:Air

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Tough, leathery skin with dull white scales.
Small, forward-facing blue eyes.
Horns covered in a hard blue-grey material.
Scent glands around the neck, feet, and tail that release a pungent chemical for scent-marking (as well as pheromones).
Populations that breed in more northern areas tend to be larger and heavier than temperate individuals.

Hatchling Behavior

Begin hunting and fishing mere days after hatching.
Get along fairly well with other hatchlings, though the females quickly establish a pecking order.
Males are already smaller and meeker starting from the first few months of hatching.
Sleep in crevices and burrows at night.

Adult Behavior

Females constantly vie for superiority, and are quite aggressive towards one another.
Males are usually submissive and try to placate the dominant female with food offerings.
Subordinant females do not usually breed in the wild, as the dominant female’s oppressive behavior and pheromones prevent them from ovulating.
The entire group takes care of the dominant female’s offspring.
In the wild, a dominant female will crush the eggs of subordinant females that somehow manage to breed.
They are strong swimmers, though not capable of taking off from the water.
Most breeding occurs during the summer.
Mostly hunt by diving for fish.

Habitat

Live in coastal areas with rocky cliffs for breeding.
Tolerant of a very wide range of temperatures, from arctic to tropical.

Diet

The bulk of their diet is fish.
Will also consume land animals and carrion.
Seaweed and grass occasionally consumed.

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帖子 由 萧湘 于 2014-11-18, 4:28 pm

Desipis Dragon

Found in: Unknown
Elemental Affinity: Dark/Magi

Observations
Appearance/Basic Anatomy

Desipises’ mouths extend part of the way down their necks to make swallowing large prey easier.
Like their mouths, their club-like tails can stretch open, revealing the muscles and tissue holding their orbs of crystallized magi mana in place.
Their mana-infused eyes are directly in front of small mana reserves, commonly mistaken to be second and third pairs of eyes.
Their wings are too small to properly support them in flight, so they rely largely on magic to be able to fly.
They have the ability to flare and retract the hoods on their necks, usually raising them to appear more intimidating or to block out sunlight from behind.
Their bones and scales are rich with dark mana, while the orange crystals are rich with magi mana. However, their bones contain a much lower concentration of mana than their other reserves.
The two large spikes protruding from their shoulders allow them to charge enemies, serving as powerful weapons.
The fire they breathe doesn’t actually burn—it saps away the magic energy of whatever it touches and transfers it to the Desipis.

Hatchling Behavior

They somehow distort the minds of those around them, but seem unable to control this power.
Desipis hatchlings are more violent and sadistic than those of most other breeds, often attacking small animals for pleasure.
They seem to have a way of getting into the good books of your adult dragons, even though their behavior would be deemed unacceptable by many of them.
They sometimes pick on the hatchlings of smaller breeds, exerting dominance over them at even the youngest of ages.
Some have a way of forcing their peers to bend to their every whim, likely their mental magic at work.
They don’t seem able to fly, but sometimes use magic to levitate for brief periods of time.
They have quite the temper, being angered very easily.

Adult Behavior

Desipises are left in an especially weakened and disoriented state when exposed to a nullifying field of magic, such as that of a Cassare.
Their aggressive and destructive capabilities have led to many tall tales and myths, a large portion of which label them living incarnations of malevolence and destruction.
As adults, they are able to control their mind-altering powers, often abusing them for manipulative, malicious purposes.
When they feel threatened or are angered, they will open their jaws and tails as well as stretch their wings in order to appear larger and even more intimidating.
Their roar is comparable to a crashing wate***ll, often heard from many miles away.
During mating season, male Desipises will compete for females through battles of mental magic, trying to coerce the other into backing down.
A female will sometimes dismiss a suitor she deems unworthy by overpowering him with her superior mental magic, combining her powers with that of her chosen mate and obliterating the cognitive function of the reject for a short time.
When their mana has been depleted, they grow very weak and sluggish, needing replenish their reserves quickly.

Habitat

Desipises prefer to live in desolate areas, but are adaptive to most environments and can be found in almost any type of terrain.
Not many other animals live near Desipises; they tend to temporarily destroy parts of the environments they live in when they are angry.
Both genders are very territorial, but the females more so than the males.
They create nests for eggs by digging holes in the ground and lining them with ash, fallen leaves, sand, or whatever other soft litter they can find near their homes.
Because their dark scales conduct heat so well, they prefer living in places with lots of cover from the harsh sunlight, such as caves or forests.
Due to the high amounts and differing types of mana present inside Desipises, it is not uncommon for the vegetation near their homes to wilt or mutate.
Some Desipises force neighboring animals to become guards of sorts, enchanting them so that they notify the Desipis of any intruders.

Diet

Wholly carnivorous, these beasts are known to eat most anything that can move, including other dragons when necessary.
They tend to ignore smaller animals, going after large prey to get more satisfying meals.
Desipises occasionally search for magical creatures to eat, as consuming those with magic in their blood helps them replenish their bodily mana supplies.

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