On August 20, 2017, a site-wide update was done that involved changes in certain breed descriptions and the renaming of two breeds in the cave. The two breeds that were renamed also received overhauls to their adult descriptions.
- "Two-Headed Dragon" was officially renamed to "Split Dragon".
- "Pygmy Dragon" was officially renamed to "Common Pygmy".
New Morphological DescriptionsEdit
- All DC Drake adults received the following new text that now replaces the usual description of what dragons are in the Dragon Cave world:
"Though it may appear at first that dragons and drakes have much in common, the two are completely separate species. Drakes are smaller and less intelligent than their cousin species, though both dragons and drakes sit comfortably near the top of the food chain. They are always found bearing antlers and leathery wings. Drakes share many of the same habitats that dragons do, and typically hunt in packs."
- All DC Drake hatchlings received the following new text that attaches after the usual description of what dragons are in the Dragon Cave world:
"Young drakes are relatively defenseless. They are born with relatively soft scales, which are shed and replaced with harder ones as the hatchling matures. Once a hatchling’s wings grow in, it marks the beginning of maturation. At this point they are often capable of hunting on their own."
- All Two-Headed Dragon adults received the following new text that attaches after the usual description of what dragons are in the Dragon Cave world:
"Two-headed dragons are unique enough to deserve a separate classification from “regular” dragons. They have two necks, two brains, two mouths, but one stomach and one main body. The two heads usually work together, but there are times when they will fight each other, snapping back and forth. Their unique anatomy prevents them from breeding with single-headed dragons."
- All Pygmy adults received the following new text that attaches after the usual description of what dragons are in the Dragon Cave world:
"Pygmy dragons are the smallest category of dragons, being on the same scale as domesticated animals. They are often found around concentrated populations of dragons, relying on their larger brethren to ward away potential predators and leave scraps. As such, the majority of a pygmy’s diet is scavenged. Due to their tiny size, pygmies do not breed with larger varieties of dragons."
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