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帖子 由 sagaspog 于 2012-10-11, 10:34 am

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<TABLE border="1" cellSpacing="0" borderColor="#000000" cellPadding="0" width="100%">
  <TBODY>
  <TR>
    <TH colSpan="7" scope="col">
      <P>Dragons</P></TH></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH width="8" scope="col">&nbsp;</TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Egg</DIV></TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Egg Description</DIV></TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Hatchling</DIV></TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Hatchling Description</DIV></TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Adult</DIV></TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Adult Description</DIV></TH></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Black</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Black Egg" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/black_egg.gif"
      width="26" height="28"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">This egg has a faint green glow around it.</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Young Black Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/black_hatchling_young.gif"
      width="35" height="35"><BR><IMG alt="Black Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/black_hatchling.gif"
      width="40" height="35"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>Its eyes glow brightly at night, and it enjoys attacking insects and
      small  animals.</P>
      <P><EM>And look! It's grown its wings! It must be close to
      maturing.</EM></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Black Adult" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/black_adult.gif"
      width="95" height="83"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Black dragons are warriors. They are strong and
      capable in battles of force, but  also ample magic users, capable of
      devastating opponents with their spells.  Their bright eyes give them
      excellent night vision, and are one of the main ways  to distinguish a
      black dragon from an evil dragon, which is a dragon turned evil  by
      magic.</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Dark Green</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Dark Green Egg" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/darkgreen_egg.gif"
      width="26" height="28"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">This egg is sitting in a patch of grass and small
      flowers even though there's no  sun in the cave</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Young Dark Green Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/darkgreen_hatchling_young.gif"
      width="40" height="36"><BR><IMG alt="Dark Green Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/darkgreen_hatchling.gif"
      width="40" height="36"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>...except for the tangle of dangerous-looking vines surrounding
      it...</P>
      <P><EM>Now there's even more vines. Perhaps something is
      happening?</EM></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Dark Green Adult" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/darkgreen_adult.gif"
      width="96" height="87"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Dark green dragons, once they mature, appear to become
      an entirely different  species. However, this isn't true. Rather, they
      burrow underground and get  nutrients from their vines. These vines are
      sometimes referred to as Dragon  Grass. They are very violent, and will
      use these vines to capture, kill, and eat  anything it sees that moves,
      as well as nearby plants. Luckily, its range is  limited, and it can't
      use magic. Also, they're easy to spot since they kill all  plants around
      them and thus will be surrounded by a large clearing.</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">Gold</TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Gold Egg" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/gold_egg.gif"
      width="26" height="28"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">This egg is very reflective, almost metallic
      looking.</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Young Gold Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/gold_hatchling_young.gif"
      width="40" height="35"><BR><IMG alt="Gold Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/gold_hatchling.gif"
      width="40" height="35"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>Like the egg it hatched from, it is very shiny, almost glowing.</P>
      <P><EM>And look! It's grown its wings! It must be close to
      maturing.</EM></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Gold Adult" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/gold_adult.gif"
      width="100" height="77"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Gold dragons are the ones most often killed by humans,
      who consider their scales  to be extremely valuable. These golden scales
      grant them a high level of  protection, similar to armor, and they use
      this to their advantage whenever they  need to battle.</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Gray</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Gray Egg" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/gray_egg.gif"
      width="26" height="28"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">This egg is surrounded by fog.</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Young Gray Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/gray_hatchling_young.gif"
      width="59" height="31"><BR><IMG alt="Gray Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/gray_hatchling.gif"
      width="59" height="31"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>Ever since it hatched, the sky has been full of very dark clouds.</P>
      <P><EM>And look! It's grown its wings! It must be close to maturing. It's
      learned to  use its new wings very fast, and now you have a hard time
      keeping it on the  ground.</EM></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Gray Adult" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/gray_adult.gif"
      width="71" height="112"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Gray dragons are the masters of the skies. They are
      excellent fliers, and land  only to rest and eat. In addition, they have
      full control of the weather. They  are very hot-tempered and easily
      angered. They will attack any human that  bothers them, conjuring strong
      winds and dangerous lightning.</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Green</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Green Egg" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/green_egg.gif"
      width="26" height="28"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">This egg is sitting in a pile of small
    pebbles.</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Young Green Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/green_hatchling_young.gif"
      width="33" height="38"><BR><IMG alt="Green Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/green_hatchling.gif"
      width="43" height="38"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>It enjoys gathering pebbles and other small rocks and putting them in a
        pile</P>
      <P><EM>And look! It's grown its wings! It must be close to
      maturing.</EM><BR></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Green Adult" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/green_adult.gif"
      width="101" height="78"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Green dragons are generally "standard" as far as
      dragons go. The only special  thing about them is they have power over
      the earth. They can move boulders at  high speeds, create earth spikes,
      etc. So obviously, their habitat is in the  earth, usually
  caves.</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Magi</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Orange Egg" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/magi_egg.gif"
      width="26" height="28"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">This egg has an orange aura radiating from
it.</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Young Magi Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/magi_hatchling_young.gif"
      width="30" height="27"><BR><IMG alt="Magi Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/magi_hatchling.gif"
      width="39" height="27"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>Although, what's with it's eyes? And, why does it keep staring at you
      like that?</P>
      <P><EM>And look! It's grown its wings! It must be close to
      maturing.</EM></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Magi Adult" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/magi_adult.gif"
      width="95" height="70"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Magi dragons are, as their names suggest, primarily
      magic users. They rarely use  physical forms of attack. They eat anything
      they can kill, which is generally  everything. They won't kill unprovoked
      except when hunting, although they may  kill humans if in danger. Their
      strong magic makes them one of the most feared  breeds of
    dragons.</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Mint</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Mint Egg" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/mint_egg.gif"
      width="26" height="28"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">This egg is hidden behind the others, as if it is
      shy.</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Young Mint Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/mint_hatchling_young.gif"
      width="33" height="29"><BR><IMG alt="Mint Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/mint_hatchling.gif"
      width="40" height="36"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>It must is very shy, since it keeps hiding from you.</P>
      <P><EM>It has gotten slightly bigger! It must be close to
      maturing.</EM></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Mint Adult" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/mint_adult.gif"
      width="38" height="34"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Mint colored dragons are the most peaceful of all
      dragons; They eat only plants  unless they scavenge meat from an already
      dead animal. They also have no ways to  attack others or defend
      themselves. They are much smaller than other forms of  dragons, since
      they only double in size when they mature. They cannot use any  forms of
      magic, and cannot fly since they don't have any wings. Their looks have 
      given rise to the common insult of calling dragons "large
    lizards."</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Paper</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Paper Egg" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/paper_egg.gif"
      width="26" height="28"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">This egg is tiny and made out of several pieces of
      paper folded together.</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Young Paper Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/paper_hatchling_young.gif"
      width="39" height="28"><BR><IMG alt="Paper Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/paper_hatchling.gif"
      width="39" height="35"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>It's made out of paper, and is small and light enough to hold on one
      finger.</P>
      <P><EM>The paper has rerranged itself to form little wings which it uses
      to glide  around.</EM></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Paper Adult" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/paper_adult.gif"
      width="93" height="96"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Paper dragons are not truly living creatures. They are
      pieces of parchment  enchanted by magic. However, they behave almost like
      dragons. The only place  where their behavior differs is breeding. Paper
      dragons cannot breed, and are  very susceptible to fire.</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Pink</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Pink Egg" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/pink_egg.gif"
      width="26" height="28"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">It's bright. And Pink.</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Young Pink Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/pink_hatchling_young.gif"
      width="40" height="36"><BR><IMG alt="Pink Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/pink_hatchling.gif"
      width="40" height="36"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>You think it's a girl, although you're not sure how to check.</P>
      <P><EM>And look! It's grown its wings! It must be close to
      maturing.</EM></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Pink Adult" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/pink_adult.gif"
      width="48" height="69"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Pink dragons, however, are one of the only breeds of
      only female dragons. They  eat only plants, and meat during mating season
      when it is brought to them by  their mate. Their bright colors make them
      easy to spot during dragon mating  season, which occurs once every 10 to
      20 years and can last up to 2 years.</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Purple</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Purple Egg" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/purple_egg.gif"
      width="26" height="28"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Wow, purple isn't a color of egg you expected to
      see.</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Young Purple Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/purple_hatchling_young.gif"
      width="37" height="30"><BR><IMG alt="Purple Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/purple_hatchling.gif"
      width="37" height="33"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>You think it's a girl, although you're not sure how to check.</P>
      <P><EM>And look! It's grown its wings! It must be close to
      maturing.</EM></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Purple Adult" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/purple_adult.gif"
      width="99" height="63"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Purple dragons, however, are one of the only breeds of
      only female dragons. They  eat only plants, and meat during mating season
      when it is brought to them by  their mate. Their bright colors make them
      easy to spot during dragon mating  season, which occurs once every 10 to
      20 years and can last up to 2 years.</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">Red</TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Red Egg" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/red_egg.gif"
      width="26" height="28"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">This egg is rather warm.</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Young Red Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/red_hatchling_young.gif"
      width="40" height="36"><BR><IMG alt="Red Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/red_hatchling.gif"
      width="40" height="36"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>It occasionally shoots small puffs of smoke from it's nose, like it's
      trying to  breath fire.</P>
      <P><EM>And look! It's grown its wings! It must be close to
      maturing.</EM></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Red Adult" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/red_adult.gif"
      width="98" height="80"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Red dragons are similar to typical story book dragons.
      They shoot flames, can  fly, etc. However, they aren't evil creatures as
      depicted in myths, and won't go  around raiding castles, killing knights,
      or kidnapping princesses. They live in  a variety of habitats, from
      forests to coastlines to abandoned castles, usually  in warm climates,
      and eat whatever living creatures they can find.</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Serpentine Water</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Serpentine Water Egg" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/serpentinewater_egg.gif"
      width="26" height="28"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">This egg is sitting on a small puddle.</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Young Serpentine Water Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/serpentinewater_hatchling_young.gif"
      width="53" height="29"><BR><IMG alt="Serpentine Water Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/serpentinewater_hatchling.gif"
      width="53" height="33"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>It enjoys swimming at the nearby pond.</P>
      <P><EM>It's fins and tail have gotten bigger, and you've moved it to a
      larger body of  water to swim in.</EM></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Serpentine Water Adult" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/serpentinewater_adult.gif"
      width="100" height="73"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">When a serpentine water dragon matures, it loses
      almost all use of its legs as  well as its ability to survive on land and
      enters the water permanently. They  are adept swimmers and eat whatever
      fish are in the lake they live in. They  usually stay in the same lake
      their entire life, although a few live in the  ocean and swim across the
      world.</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Silver (Male)</DIV></TH>
    <TD rowSpan="2">
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Silver Egg" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/silver_egg.gif"
      width="26" height="28"></DIV></TD>
    <TD rowSpan="2">
      <DIV align="center">This egg gives off a beautiful glow.</DIV>
      <DIV align="center"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Young Silver Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/silver_hatchling_young.gif"
      width="36" height="47"><BR><IMG alt="Silver Hatchling (Male)" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/silver_male_harchling.gif"
      width="41" height="52"></DIV></TD>
    <TD rowSpan="2">
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>It gives off a glow that lights up the cave.</P>
      <P><EM>Look, it's grown frills, and the glow around it has become even
      brighter.</EM></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Silver Adult (Male)" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/silver_male_adult.gif"
      width="77" height="99"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Silver dragons are arguably one of the most beautiful
      types of dragons. They  live in high altitude habitats such as mountains.
      Male silver dragons, hunt and  eat meat. While not as beautiful or
      radiant as females, silver males possess  better physical attributes,
      such as strength.</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Silver (Female)</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Young Silver Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/silver_hatchling_young.gif"
      width="36" height="47"><BR><IMG alt="Silver Hatchling (Female)" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/silver_female_hatchling.gif"
      width="41" height="52"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Silver Adult (Female)" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/silver_female_adult.gif"
      width="87" height="99"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Silver dragons are arguably one of the most beautiful
      types of dragons. They  live in high altitude habitats such as mountains,
      and like all female dragons,  eat meat only when a male dragon brings it
      to them. They possess an almost  magical aura that lights up any place
      they are in, and are looked upon with awe  by humans, dragons, and
      animals alike.</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Stone</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Rock Egg" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/stone_egg.gif"
      width="26" height="28"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">This egg is heavy and rough, as if it were made out of
      rock.</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Young Stone Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/stone_hatchling_young.gif"
      width="28" height="36"><BR><IMG alt="Stone Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/stone_hatchling.gif"
      width="40" height="41"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>It stays inanimate most of the time except the occasional flicker of
      movement,  and when it eats.</P>
      <P><EM>And look! It's grown its wings! It must be close to
      maturing.</EM></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Stone Adult" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/stone_adult.gif"
      width="99" height="89"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Stone dragons have a tough outer covering made of a
      stone-like material. They  eat rocks, using the minerals they contain for
      nourishment and to keep up their  stone outer shell. They rarely move,
      and are the heaviest of all types of  dragons. Although they have wings,
      indicating flight ability, no one has ever  seen a stone dragon
      flying.</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Two Headed</DIV></TH>
    <TD rowSpan="2">
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Two Headed Egg" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/twoheaded_egg.gif"
      width="26" height="28"></DIV></TD>
    <TD rowSpan="2">
      <DIV align="center">This egg is split right down the middle into two
      colors.</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Young Two Headed Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/twoheaded_hatchling_young.gif"
      width="54" height="51"><BR><IMG alt="Two Headed Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/twoheaded_hatchling.gif"
      width="54" height="51"></DIV></TD>
    <TD rowSpan="2">
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>Oddly enough, it has two heads that seem to enjoy playing with each
      other</P>
      <P><EM>Its color appears to have changed, and it is now one solid
      color!</EM><BR></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Two Headed Adult" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/twoheaded_adult.gif"
      width="93" height="77"></DIV></TD>
    <TD rowSpan="2">
      <DIV align="center">Two headed dragons are a special breed of dragons.
      They have two necks, two  brains, two mouths, but one stomach and one
      main body. The two heads work  usually together, but there are times when
      they will fight each other, attacking  back and forth. They use their
      sharp teeth and wings to hunt large animals, and  rarely eat plants. It
      is unknown what would happen if a two headed dragon were  to mate with a
      one headed dragon, since it has never occurred. They only mate  within
      their breed.</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Two Headed</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Young Two Headed Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/twoheaded_hatchling_young.gif"
      width="54" height="51"><BR><IMG alt="Two Headed Dragon Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/twoheaded_hatchling_alt.gif"
      width="54" height="51"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Two Headed Dragon Adult" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/twoheaded_adult_alt.gif"
      width="93" height="77"></DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">White</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="White Egg" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/white_egg.gif"
      width="26" height="28"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">This egg has a very clean look. It's completely devoid
      of dirt and  scratches.</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="White Hatchling (No Wings)" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/white_hatchling_young.gif"
      width="52" height="23"><BR><IMG alt="White(?) Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/white_hatchling.gif"
      width="52" height="26"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>It has bright blue eyes, and keeps injuring itself, but you can't find
      the  bruises.</P>
      <P><EM>And look! It's grown its wings! It must be close to
      maturing.</EM></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="White Adult" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/white_adult.gif"
      width="91" height="66"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">White dragons are pacifists, and specialize in
      extremely strong healing magic.  The only limit of this magic is that it
      can't bring back the dead. They only eat  plants, and never kill living
      things.</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH colSpan="7" scope="row">Dinos</TH></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="col">&nbsp;</TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Egg</DIV></TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Egg Description</DIV></TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Hatchling</DIV></TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Hatchling Description</DIV></TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Adult</DIV></TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Adult Description</DIV></TH></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Blue Dino</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Blue Dino Egg" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/dinoblue_egg.gif"
      width="26" height="28"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">This egg looks like it doesn't belong, since it has
      brightly colored spots. It's  much lighter than the other eggs.</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Young Blue Dino Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/dinoblue_hatchling_young.gif"
      width="20" height="22"><BR><IMG alt="Blue Dino Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/dinoblue_hatchling.gif"
      width="26" height="34"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>You were right, it's not the same species as the other eggs. So if it's
      not a  dragon, what is it?</P>
      <P><EM>And look, it's gotten bigger! Maybe it will reach its full size
      soon.</EM></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Dino Adult" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/dinoblue_adult.gif"
      width="68" height="62"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Finally, after much feeding, your baby has grown into
      a full Dino! Dinos can eat  almost anything, including things with
      spikes. In order to do so, they must have  very tough
  stomachs.</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Green Dino</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Green Dino Egg" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/dinogreen_egg.gif"
      width="26" height="28"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">This egg looks like it doesn't belong, it is brightly
      colored with white spots.</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Young Green Dino Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/dinogreen_hatchling_young.gif"
      width="20" height="21"><BR><IMG alt="Green Dino Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/dinogreen_hatchling.gif"
      width="26" height="33"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>You were right, it's not the same species as the other eggs. So if it's
      not a  dragon, what is it?</P>
      <P><EM>And look, it's gotten bigger! Maybe it will reach its full size
      soon.</EM></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Yoshi(?) Adult" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/greendino_adult.gif"
      width="77" height="71"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Finally, after much feeding, your baby has grown into
      a full Dino! Dinos can eat  almost anything, including things with
      spikes. In order to do so, they must have  very tough stomachs. Green
      Dinos are the only type of Dino that is able to walk  on two legs. This
      frees up their front two legs, which they use to catch and eat 
      fish.</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Red Dino</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Red Dino Egg" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/dinored_egg.gif"
      width="26" height="28"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">This egg looks like it doesn't belong, it is brightly
      colored with white spots.  It's much warmer than the rest of the
      eggs.</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Young Red Dino Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/dinored_hatchling_young.gif"
      width="20" height="19"><BR><IMG alt="Red Dino Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/dinored_hatchling.gif"
      width="26" height="33"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>You were right, it's not the same species as the other eggs. So if it's
      not a  dragon, what is it?</P>
      <P><EM>And look, it's gotten bigger! Maybe it'll reach its full size
      soon.</EM></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Red Dino" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/dinored_adult.gif"
      width="67" height="62"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Finally, after much feeding, your baby has grown into
      a full Dino! Dinos can eat  almost anything, including things with
      spikes. In order to do so, they must have  very tough
  stomachs.</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Yellow Dino</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Yellow Dino Egg" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/dinoyellow_egg.gif"
      width="26" height="28"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">This egg looks like it doesn't belong, it is brightly
      colored with white spots.  It's much heavier than the other
eggs.</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Young Dino Yellow" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/dinoyellow_hatchling_young.gif"
      width="20" height="21"><BR><IMG alt="Yellow Dino Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/dinoyellow_hatchling.gif"
      width="26" height="34"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>You were right, it's not the same species as the other eggs. So if it's
      not a  dragon, what is it?</P>
      <P><EM>And look, it's gotten bigger! Maybe it'll reach its full size
      soon.</EM></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Yellow Dino" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/dinoyellow_adult.gif"
      width="62" height="90"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Finally, after much feeding, your baby has grown into
      a full Dino! Dinos can eat  almost anything, including things with
      spikes. In order to do so, they must have  very tough stomachs. Yellow
      Dinos have very long necks, which they use to reach  and eat food located
      high off the ground.</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH colSpan="7" scope="row">
      <P>Other</P></TH></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="col">&nbsp;</TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Egg</DIV></TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Egg Description</DIV></TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Hatchling</DIV></TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Hatchling Description</DIV></TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Adult</DIV></TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Adult Description</DIV></TH></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Chicken</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Chicken Egg" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/chicken_egg.gif"
      width="14" height="15">&nbsp;</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>This egg is a third the size of the other eggs.</P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Chicken Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/chicken_hatchling.gif"
      width="10" height="10"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>This is a baby chick, not a dragon. So what was it doing in the
      dragon's cave?</P>
      <P><EM>(DRI Note: Appears to have only one hatchling
    stage.)</EM></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Chicken Adult" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/chicken_adult.gif"
      width="16" height="19"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Well, your "pet" chick grew up into a chicken, but
      you're still not sure how the  egg got there...</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Christmas</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">&nbsp;</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">&nbsp; <EM>Unconfirmed:</EM>&nbsp;This egg has a holly
      leaf stuck to it.     
      <P><EM>(DRI Note: Based on old site information.)</EM></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Christmas Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/christmas_hatchling.gif"
      width="40" height="36"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>It's very festively colored.</P>
      <P><EM>And look! It's grown its wings! It must be close to
      maturing.</EM></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Christmas Adult" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/christmas_adult.gif"
      width="95" height="71"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Christmas dragons are a very mysterious breed. They
      are only seen during winter,  and even then it is hard to catch a glimpse
      of one. They are responsible for the  general cheer that spreads during
      the holidays. In essence, they are the  'Spirits of
  Christmas.'</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH colSpan="7" scope="row">
      <P>Miscellaneous</P></TH></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="col">&nbsp;</TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Egg</DIV></TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Egg Description</DIV></TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Hatchling</DIV></TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Hatchling Description</DIV></TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Adult</DIV></TH>
    <TH scope="col">
      <DIV align="center">Adult Description</DIV></TH></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Neglected</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">n/a</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">n/a</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Neglected Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/neglected_hatchling.gif"
      width="38" height="36"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>It looks very sick, as though it wasn't very well looked after...</P>
      <P><EM>And look! It's grown its wings! It must be close to
      maturing.</EM></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Neglected Adult" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/neglected_adult.gif"
      width="113" height="80"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">This breed of dragons results from an egg or hatchling
      that has been neglected.  They are usually rebellious, not obeying their
      masters, sometimes even attacking  them. However, their neglect as a
      hatchling leaves them crippled, and they are  weak compared to other
      breeds, causing them to stay with their masters for 
  protection.</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Death</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Dead White Egg" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/dead_white_egg.gif"
      width="26" height="28"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Your dragon, unfortunately, has died.</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Dead Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/dead_hatchling.gif"
      width="30" height="30"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Your dragon, unfortunately, has died.</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">&nbsp;</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">&nbsp;</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Undead</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">n/a</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">n/a</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Undead Hatchling" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/undead_hatchling.gif"
      width="44" height="37"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">
      <P>It's an undead baby dragon, produced by casting a spell on a dead
      dragon. It  probably would be cute if it wasn't partially decayed.</P>
      <P><EM>And look! It somehow managed to grow wings despite being
      dead.</EM></P></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Undead Adult" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/undead_adult.gif"
      width="99" height="72"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">Attempting to revive a dead dragon results in this
      hellish creature. It's  extremely dangerous, as its aim is to kill all
      living creatures. Perhaps  experimenting on your dead dragon with magic
      wasn't such a good idea.</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH scope="row">
      <DIV align="center">Fog</DIV></TH>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">&gt;</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">You can't seem to find the dragon you're looking
      for.</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center"><IMG alt="Fog" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/fog.gif"
      width="62" height="42"></DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">You can't seem to find the dragon you're looking
      for.</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">&nbsp;</DIV></TD>
    <TD>
      <DIV align="center">&nbsp;</DIV></TD></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH colSpan="7" scope="row">Egg Cracking</TH></TR>
  <TR>
    <TH colSpan="7" scope="row"><IMG alt="White Dragon Egg" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/white_egg.gif"
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      width="26" height="28">&nbsp;<IMG alt="White Dragon Egg (Crack 2)" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/white_egg_crack2.gif"
      width="26" height="28">&nbsp;<IMG alt="White Dragon Egg (Crack 3)" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/white_egg_crack3.gif"
      width="26" height="28">&nbsp;<IMG alt="White Dragon Egg (Crack 4)" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/white_egg_crack4.gif"
      width="26" height="28">&nbsp;<IMG alt="White Dragon Egg (Crack 5)" src="Dragon%20Research%20Institute%20-%20Complete%20List_files/white_egg_crack5.gif"
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