|Release Date||March 10, 2019|
|Elemental Affinity||◾Primary: Light |
|Color||Purple, white, black|
Blancblack Dragons were released on March 10, 2019, alongside Aqualis Dragons. Like all other two-headed dragons, they can only breed with their own kind and their eggs cannot be bitten by Vampire Dragons.
Official Dragon DescriptionsEdit
"This egg is dark with light speckles...or maybe it’s light with dark speckles?"
"Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. Its two heads seem to prefer different things."
"Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. Its two heads seem to prefer different things. And look! It grew a mane, and its colors have become more contrasting! It must be close to maturing."
"Blancblack dragons are a two-headed breed known for their hardiness and easygoing nature. They are omnivorous, with the cream head preferring to eat plants and the violet head preferring to eat meat, and can adjust readily to harsh climates. These dragons are sociable—both with other two-headed breeds and with single-headed dragons—and can often be found as adopted members of social dragon colonies. They are often considered symbols of balance and fairness, and likenesses of Blancblacks have been found in ancient ruins associated with law and justice. Females Blancblacks have longer tails than males, which they use as whips when defending a nest from predators."
|Stage 0||Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3||Stage 4||Stage 5||Dead|
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- When initially released, this dragon's dimorphic sprites were the wrong way around.
- -The design that I used for them is a reimagining of an old, long-dead DR thread that was called the Duality Dragon.
-The name means white-black--Blanc is French for white.
-It's also a subtle nod to this game called The Gray Garden.
-They're based off the concept of yin and yang being in balance with each other. As white = yang = the masculine aspect and black = yin = the feminine aspect, that's why I insisted on the sprites being swapped to their intended state instead of just leaving it.
-In the vast majority of cases, a BB's white head identifies as male, the black head identifies as female, one head is slightly dominant and can overrule the other's control in the (VERY rare) instances they disagree, and what they count as for breeding matches the gender of the dominant head. Any of these not being true for an individual BB is quite rare, but not impossible.
-Female BBs grow noticeably larger and have longer tails they use as whips when defending a nest.
-BB populations tend to do well in harsh climates due to their generalist omnivore strategy and the relative lack of competition in extreme locations. That said, they greatly enjoy milder climates as well.
-BBs are very social, and while they're hardy and can survive with only their other head for company, they only really thrive in groups. Even more introverted BBs who need some alone time to recharge get very lonely if they never interact with others.