Blue-Banded Dragons were released on July 5, 2014, alongside the Carmine Wyverns and Cassare Dragons.

Official descriptions[edit | edit source]

Egg[edit | edit source]

This egg is covered in thick blue stripes.

Hatchling[edit | edit source]

Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It loves to splash in puddles.

Mature hatchling[edit | edit source]

Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It loves to splash in puddles.

And look! It has grown wings! It must be close to maturing.

Adult[edit | edit source]

Blue-Banded Dragons are found primarily in mountainous regions with lots of precipitation. Although terrestrial, they are most often sighted near running water and feed mostly on fish. Females are very social and form tight-knit family groups, while males are strictly solitary and will fight any other dragons that enter their territory outside of breeding season. For this reason, females tend to drive males away when they are not ready to mate, or when they are caring for hatchlings. The amount of striping varies greatly from individual to individual, with some dragons having only faint dark streaks on their sides and others appearing to be almost entirely dark blue with paler markings.

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Sprites[edit | edit source]

Series Egg Hatchling Mature hatchling Adult
Blue-Banded Dragon Blue-Banded egg.gif Blue-Banded hatchi.gif Blue-Banded mature hatchi.gif Blue-Banded adult.png

Egg sequence[edit | edit source]

Stage 0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Dead
Blue-Banded egg.gif Blue-Banded crack 1.png Blue-Banded crack 2.png Blue-Banded crack 3.png Blue-Banded crack 4.png Blue-Banded crack 5.png Blue-Banded dead egg.gif

Retired sprites[edit | edit source]

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Series Egg Hatchling Mature hatchling Adult
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Old dead egg Old Blue-Banded dead egg.gif

Encyclopedia entry[edit | edit source]

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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.


  • High altitudes in temperate rain forests.
  • Frequently build dens near waterfalls.


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