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This page is used to store information on newly-released dragons and on-going events that have incomplete data, to be used for article creation once the release or event is complete.


RULES OF NEW DRAGON RELEASES AND DC EVENTS
All newly released dragon and event information/updates is to be compiled on this article only.
Do Not
  • Add the dragon(s) to the Which Egg Is Which page.
  • Add the dragon(s) to the Dragon Types page.
  • Add the dragon(s) to any page apart from this one.
  • Add any new information or updated sprites that are part of an event to any page apart from this one.
  • Create the dragon(s) article before the dragons of TJ09 or users grow up, or create an event page while the event is still in progress. This includes the wait of several days after the adult sprite(s) have been released in order to ensure adequate time for all information to be collected, for the artists to submit any extra information they wish to give as well as to help determine the final rarity of the dragon itself.
  • Add information if it has not been seen in the cave yet.
  • Do not add the spriter's alts of a dragon. (The DC-Wiki team will ask the artist(s) for permission to upload them)
These rules apply while the dragon is being released and until after several days have passed where user's dragons have begun becoming adults. After that, the dragons' article(s) can be created.

Failing to comply with these rules will result in a warning or even a suspension (one week suspension for creating the dragon's or event's article, or changing articles based on any new updates that events bring, before the dragons have grown up or before the event has ended).

Staff Messages
  • Remember, adding information not yet seen in the cave is NOT allowed. We know you know it, we know half of it as well. But please, don't add it until it has been found in the cave.
  • If you add interesting information from speculations made on the forums, please be sure to add this information to the Rumor section unless it is absolutely a proven fact. See the current facts/rumors under each breed for examples.
  • IMPORTANT: Information marked Fact has been confirmed by either staff or spriters, or is currently viewable by all in-cave. Information marked Rumor is rumor- there is no way to prove this information true or false, and though much of it seems like it will be true, do not accept it as true information. This especially means that you should not present this information to people in the forums as hard fact.
  • Holiday Releases: If one of the holiday artists keeps their scroll hidden, respect that fact! The DC-Wiki team will contact and ask them if they would be willing to share the images of their spriter's alt. Do not post links to the spriter's alt, because it may result in them getting sick.

- The DC-Wiki Team

Currently Being Released

March 2019 Release

March release 2019

Volcano, Forest & Desert Biome Release - Blancblack Dragons

Egg Hatchling Mature Hatchling
Female - Male
Adult
Female - Male
Sprites Speckle egg Speckle hatchi Speckle female mature hatchi Speckle male mature hatchi Blancblack female Blancblack male
Description "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."
Artist(s) TCA TCA TCA TCA

Fact:

Rumour:

  • This breed may have gender dimorphism for mature hatchlings and adults.

Egg Sequence

Stage 0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Dead
Speckle egg Speckle crack 1 Speckle crack 2 Speckle crack 3 Speckle crack 4 Speckle crack 5 Blancblack dead egg

Additional Information

To be added here.


Coast Biome Release - Aqualis Dragons

Egg Hatchling Mature Hatchling
Female - Male
Adult
Female - Male
Sprites Drab egg Drab hatchi Drab mature hatchi Aqualis female Aqualis male adult
Description "This drab egg rests far from the water’s edge." "Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. This dull-colored hatchling enjoys playing in shallow tidepools, but it is too weak to swim for long." "Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. This dull-colored hatchling enjoys playing in shallow tidepools, but it is too weak to swim for long. Its newly developed fins allow it to swim for longer periods, and its skin has also become more vibrant. Perhaps something is happening?" "Aqualis Dragons inhabit the shallow seas of Valkemare, preferring to make their homes in coral reefs. Due to their need to return to the surface to breathe, they avoid deep water unless absolutely necessary. Although they are quite drab when first hatched, prolonged contact with salt water causes their skin to become bright and iridescent. This vibrancy, when combined with quick movements, confuses the fish these dragons prey upon. Nomadic males travel the length of Valkemare’s reefs in bachelor groups, while females tend to claim a specific area as their own. A group of males will herd a school of fish into a female’s territory, and if she is seeking a mate, she will join the hunt. Once she has eaten her fill, she will choose the most skilled hunter to be her mate."
Artist(s) LadyLyzar LadyLyzar LadyLyzar LadyLyzar

Fact:

Rumour:

  • This breed may have gender dimorphism for adults.

Egg Sequence

Stage 0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Dead
Drab egg Drab crack 1 Drab crack 2 Drab crack 3 Drab crack 4 Drab crack 5 Drab dead egg

Additional Information

To be added here.

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