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Aeon Wyverns were released on August 21, 2016, alongside Almerald, Dark Lumina, Kyanite Pygmy and Kingcrowne Dragons.

Aeons have the Breed-Specific Action Precognition, which allows users to see what gender an egg or ungendered hatchling will become. The action has a cooldown of one week, though Precognition can be used multiple times on the same egg or hatchling. The use of Precognition causes an aesthetic change in the adult Aeon's sprite that lasts the duration of the cooldown period.

Official descriptions[]


It’s almost like time is distorted around this egg.


Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. Like with the egg, time feels inconsistent around this hatchling.

Mature hatchling[]

Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. Like with the egg, time feels inconsistent around this hatchling.

And look! It has gotten bigger! It must be close to maturing.


Among the most elusive of dragon breeds are the Aeon Wyverns, a breed whose innate control over time mana marks them singular and great. They are able to peer into the multi-dimensional plane of time, seeing all that is, all that has been, and all that could be—within a small localized zone. When utilizing particularly strong magic, the black markings carved into an Aeon’s body glow a bright cyan, painting them in an ethereal blue light. In the past, they have been sought after as oracles to bring swift resolutions to major conflicts, but it is in exactly such sorts of times that they are nowhere to be found; rather than influence the outcome, Aeons much prefer to allow the natural order of things to progress, however grim that may be.

Sprite artists[]


Series Egg Hatchling Mature hatchling Adult
Aeon Wyvern
Aeon Wyvern egg.gif Aeon Wyvern hatchi.png Aeon Wyvern mature hatchi.png Aeon Wyvern female.png
Aeon Wyvern
Aeon Wyvern male.png
Aeon Wyvern (Cooldown)
Aeon Wyvern female active.png
Aeon Wyvern (Cooldown)
Aeon Wyvern male active.png

Egg sequence[]

Stage 0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Dead
Aeon Wyvern egg.gif Aeon Wyvern crack 1.gif Aeon Wyvern crack 2.gif Aeon Wyvern crack 3.gif Aeon Wyvern crack 4.gif Aeon Wyvern crack 5.gif Aeon Wyvern dead egg.gif


The underside of Aeons wings are semi-transparent, and the sprites will appear slightly different depending on the color of the background.

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And here's the (giffy!) art of the Aeon, both inactive (non-glow) and active (glow).

Aeon Wyvern concept.gif

I hope you guys find use for its BSA, Precognition.

Birdzgoboom (Forum Post)
  • Regarding how their BSA works in relation to other BSAs:
[Sub-quote: However, I have a question for the new BSA: What would happen if you used it on an egg, received the gender, then influenced it using a pink? Would it then be influenced? Or would the prediction cancel out any attempts to change the gender?]

As I believe Pie said earlier, Precognition can be used multiple times on the same Egg/S1 Hatchling.
Therefore you could still use Precognition on an egg, find out its gender (say male for instance), and influence it to be female. You could then use Precognition on it again and find out the result of the Influence.
Precognition would not cancel out an Influence made on an Egg or S1 hatchling, or make you unable to use Influence on an egg.

If anything, Precognition was made to go sort of hand-in-hand with Influence, or to test to make sure an Influence is entirely necessary (and maybe even help swap trades of eggs or hatchlings go faster). It would stink if Precognition cancelled Influence out, haha.
Birdzgoboom (Forum Post)
  • Regarding their wing transparency:
[Sub-quote: The aeons are cool but the wings why are the wings for the male transparent to the point you can see the tail behind it but the female the wings are a solid red that just doesn't make sense to me

The reason is because I made their wings to act similarly to what we have IRL called a 'one-way mirror.' The red is opaque, but the white can sometimes be seen through.

It's just a much easier concept to convey actually in the sprite as opposed to not, so even though realistically under the lighting in the sprite it wouldnt quite look that way, I figure it's more important to actually show it in the art rather than leave it out since it's part of their design.
(I figured someone would ask about that, haha.)
Birdzgoboom (Forum Post)
  • Regarding how their future vision works:
It says in the Aeon Wyvern's adult description:
"They are able to peer into the multi-dimensional plane of time, seeing all that is, all that has been, and all that could be—within a small localized zone. "

So think of it like this-- in a ring of an area around the Aeon, it can look into/project the future or the past and see the destined future (so what will definitely happen if things are allowed to naturally play out), anything that may potentially play out in the future if variables are changed, and also see into the past... but just in that zone. Like a recording playing through for them in that area of effect. Fast forwarding, rewinding, playing over again... that sort of deal. But they can't tamper with anything themselves, and they won't tell anyone the destined outcome of major conflicts/events (war, disaster, etc). (They also won't tell anyone how to change the future and avoid said outcome, either.)

[Sub-quote: Or, having seen the full depth and breath of ALL of time, do they realize that even the worst events are just a spec of dust in the huge flowing river of time, and that this, too, shall pass?]
More or less this, as well.

And if the Aeon helps someone(s) once for something major, then people are going to expect the Aeon to do it again. And again. And again. And then they just get reliant on that Aeon's help/foresight. And they might get angry if the Aeon decides not to do anything for other major events. So it's better not to touch the issues in the first place, and let them just play out on their own.
Birdzgoboom (Forum Post)