|Release Date||August 15, 2012|
|Elemental Affinity||Water |
|Color||Blue, turquoise, beige|
|Spriters ||Corteo, |
This breed was formerly known as "Blusang Lindwurm" until November 2017.
Official Dragon DescriptionsEdit
"This egg smells faintly like brine."
"Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It has wings—but no hind legs—and it enjoys flying by the ocean."
"Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It has wings—but no hind legs—and it enjoys flying by the ocean.
And look! It has grown another set of wings. It must be close to maturing."
"Blusang Lindwyrms are quite different than most dragons in that they lack hind legs. In this regard, they resemble snakes, and this is evident in their movement; these lindwyrms slither along the ground, using their forelegs to lift them over rougher terrain. Blusangs are a coastal breed, preferring to live along rocky beaches and in seaside caves rather than sandy locations. They are omnivores who graze on seaweed from time to time, although their primary form of sustenance is fish."
Sprites No Longer In-UseEdit
|Stage 0||Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3||Stage 4||Stage 5||Dead|
- Lindwurms that lack hind legs.
- Have two arms and two sets of powerful wings: a large set over their chest and a smaller set over where their hind legs would be.
- Coloring resembles a crashing wave; salty white tipped with a striking ocean blue.
- Thick black line separating the blue and white of their body, decorated with blue and white spots.
- Have two long, thin horns that curve gently upwards.
- Love flying over the ocean.
- Take flying breaks to rest on rocks and soak up the sun.
- Vocal and talk to other hatchlings with a variety of chirps and sqeaks.
- Enjoy singing; they warble out songs in high-pitched and slightly eerie tones.
- Can swim but not well.
- Stick together in small groups during flight if not flying with their parents.
- Take long naps, especially very young hatchlings.
- Sleep together in a big pile for warmth and comfort.
- Notably less verbal than hatchlings.
- Always telepathically chattering away with each other.
- Usually in groups of two, although some larer groups have been seen.
- Groups made up of mates, close friends, or siblings.
- Groups that travel together have unbreakable bonds.
- Spend most of their life flying over the ocean, staying close to shore.
- Do not take breaks often, but when they do, their breaks are very long.
- Coastal-dwelling dragons.
- Live along rocky beaches.
- May be found dwelling on cliff sides.
- Never live on sandy beaches.
- Primarily eat fish.
- Sometimes graze on seawood.
- Not picky about what fish they eat.
- Individuals may have their own favorite fish to eat.