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14th Birthday Release

2020-05-21 Dragon Cave's 14th Birthday release

Alcedine Wyverns

Sprites Description Artist
Egg Alcedine Wyvern egg The brilliant blue spots on this egg stand out.
Hatchling Alcedine Wyvern blue hatchling

Alcedine Wyvern red hatchling

Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It’s easily bored and spends its time exploring its surroundings. Corteo, Infinis
Mature hatchling Alcedine Wyvern blue mature hatchling

Alcedine Wyvern red mature hatchling

Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It’s easily bored and spends its time exploring its surroundings.

And look! Its wings have grown larger! It must be close to maturing.

Corteo, Infinis
Adult Alcedine Wyvern blue adult Alcedine Wyvern red adult Alcedine Wyverns are large, colorful dragons found all over Galsreim. They are highly active and become bored and fidgety with nothing to do, so much of their time is spent travelling. Alcedines are quite speedy on the wing and rarely bother to land until they reach their destination. Because of their speed and navigation skill, Alcedines are sometimes sought by humans looking to have items or letters delivered to faraway locales. Many Alcedines will take them up on it for the right price, and it is not uncommon for Alcedines to have a small hoard of jewellery in their dens or rings on their horns. Corteo, Infinis

Fact:


Rumor:

  • N/A

Egg Sequence

Stage 0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Dead
Alcedine Wyvern egg Alcedine Wyvern crack 1 Alcedine Wyvern crack 2 Alcedine Wyvern crack 3 Alcedine Wyvern crack 4 Alcedine Wyvern crack 5 Alcedine Wyvern dead egg

Additional Information

To be added here.

Jester Dragons

Sprites Description Artist
Egg Jester egg This egg has a checkered shell.
Hatchling Jester hatchling Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It prances around even when it doesn’t want to play. TheCompleteAnimorph
Mature hatchling Jester mature hatchling Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It prances around even when it doesn’t want to play.

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

TheCompleteAnimorph
Adult Jester male Jester female Jester Dragons are a pleasant, agreeable breed of dragon known for their striking colors and springy, playful-looking way of moving. Jesters are light on their feet and almost look like they’re dancing from place to place, making them rather fun to watch, but this is simply their natural tendency. Jesters are drawn to excitement and noise, and to dragons and even humans with natural leadership skills. A Jester’s heads tend to get along quite well and are good at recovering from actual conflict, though the black-masked head is generally witty and a bit snarky, and the white-masked head is typically more cheerful and good-natured. Their light-hearted bickering is often cited as an inspiration for comedic writing. Jesters are far from defenseless, though: if actually threatened, they have a very toxic venomous bite, and they are perceptive dragons despite their apparent playfulness. It is thought that their bright, sharply-contrasting colors are aposematic, to warn potential predators of their venom. TheCompleteAnimorph

Fact:

Rumor:

  • To be added.

Egg Sequence

Stage 0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Dead
Jester egg Jester crack 1 Jester crack 2 Jester crack 3 Jester crack 4 Jester crack 5 Fog

Additional Information

To be added here.

Amalthean Dragons

Sprites Description Artist
Egg Amalthean egg This pristine egg sits in a clear pool of water.
Hatchling Amalthean hatchling Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It never leaves your side when you’re unwell. PieMaster, Shiny Hazard Sign
Mature hatchling Amalthean mature hatchling Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It never leaves your side when you’re unwell.

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

PieMaster, Shiny Hazard Sign
Adult Amalthean male Amalthean female Wary of all strangers, the elusive Amalthean Dragons cloak themselves in mist to avoid detection. The water sources they live near are astonishingly clear and pure, and have been found to contain medicinal properties. These dragons are known for their ability to cure any disease, wound, or poison, as well as the purification of any water they come across. A blessing from an Amalthean Dragon is said to increase longevity, though they are very selective of who they will heal. An Amalthean’s horn grows from the same wood as a White Dragon’s staff and is highly sought after for its ability to channel and store potent life magic. NiramiTheRaven196, PieMaster, Shiny Hazard Sign

Fact:

Rumor:

  • To be added.

Egg Sequence

Stage 0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Dead
Amalthean egg Amalthean crack 1 Amalthean crack 2 Amalthean crack 3 Amalthean crack 4 Amalthean crack 5 Fog

Additional Information

To be added here.


Pargulus Pygmies

Sprites Description Artist
Egg Pargulus Pygmy egg This tiny egg resembles a seed.
Hatchling Pargulus Pygmy blue hatchling

Pargulus Pygmy green hatchling

Pargulus Pygmy red hatchling

Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It keeps bringing you all sorts of foraged foods. Hawaiianbabidoll, Verridith
Mature hatchling Pargulus Pygmy blue mature hatchling

Pargulus Pygmy green mature hatchling

Pargulus Pygmy red mature hatchling

Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It keeps bringing you all sorts of foraged foods.

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

Hawaiianbabidoll, Verridith
Adult Pargulus Pygmy blue female Pargulus Pygmy blue male

Pargulus Pygmy green female Pargulus Pygmy green male

Pargulus Pygmy red male Pargulus Pygmy red female

Pargulus Pygmies can often be found tending to plants and foraging for food. They like to care for other living things, be it plant or animal, and will often leave the food from their foraging trips outside the dens of those who need it or even just those they think could use a treat. These colorful little dragons are especially attentive to anyone who might be struggling to find food themselves, such as the elderly, the sick, or the very young. Pargulus pygmies have a surprisingly large range considering their small size. They have been known to travel far and wide to find food to bring back to their friends. Hawaiianbabidoll, Verridith

Fact:

Rumor:

  • The variant may be determined by biome
    • The blue variant comes from alpine and coast biomes
    • The green variant comes from desert and jungle biomes
    • The red variant comes from forest and volcano biomes.

Egg Sequence

Stage 0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Dead
Pargulus Pygmy egg Pargulus Pygmy crack 1 Pargulus Pygmy crack 2 Pargulus Pygmy crack 3 Pargulus Pygmy crack 4 Pargulus Pygmy crack 5 Pargulus Pygmy dead egg

Additional Information

To be added here.

Labradorite Dragons

Sprites Description Artist
Egg Labradorite egg This shimmering egg was hidden far from the others.
Hatchling Labradorite hatchling Aww... it’s a cute baby... dragon? Actually, you’re not really sure what it is; it doesn’t seem to have any eyes. Dohaerys, spatio
Mature hatchling Labradorite mature hatchling Aww... it’s a cute baby... dragon? Actually, you’re not really sure what it is; it doesn’t seem to have any eyes.

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

Dohaerys, spatio
Adult Labradorite male Labradorite female Labradorite dragons are some of the most potent siphons of mana in Valkemare. Dragons and other magical creatures in close proximity to a Labradorite will weaken over time, and extended exposure may even be fatal. However, Labradorites have no control over this effect; any harm they may cause is almost always unintentional. In order to protect others from their draining, they make their homes in the labyrinthine depths of underground caves. Perhaps as a result of this seclusion, Labradorites are gracious hosts to the brave few who dare explore their dark caverns. Legends tell of how these curious dragons traded their sight for wisdom, and those who seek their guidance are richly rewarded with stories, advice, and the odd gemstone. Dohaerys, spatio

Fact:

Rumor:

  • To be added.

Egg Sequence

Stage 0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Dead
Labradorite egg Labradorite crack 1 Labradorite crack 2 Labradorite crack 3 Labradorite crack 4 Labradorite crack 5 Fog

Additional Information

To be added here.

Sapo Dragons

Sprites Description Artist
Egg Sapo egg This egg’s shell is slippery and clean.
Hatchling Sapo hatchling Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It likes to blow bubbles while it swims. Nakase
Mature hatchling Sapo mature hatchling Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It likes to blow bubbles while it swims.

And look! Its fins have grown larger! It must be close to maturing.

Nakase
Adult Sapo adult Sapo Dragons are a playful aquatic breed of dragon with soft, slippery scales. They are known for the beautiful, vibrant colors of their fins, which grow more vivid as they age, and for the bubbles they create. A Sapo may make bubbles to decorate their underwater nests, mark their territory, greet another dragon, or simply because they feel like it. Their delicate skin and thin scales are prone to external parasites, and so Sapo dragons are also fastidious groomers who will spend a considerable amount of time cleaning themselves, even using their bubbles to help blast away any unwanted debris. Marrionetta, Nakase, TheCompleteAnimorph

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Rumor:

Egg Sequence

Stage 0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Dead
Sapo egg Sapo crack 1 Sapo crack 2 Sapo crack 3 Sapo crack 4 Sapo crack 5 Fog

Additional Information

To be added here.

Cloudplume Dragons

Sprites Description Artist
Egg Cloudplume egg This soft egg was carefully nestled in feathers and snow.
Hatchling Cloudplume hatchling Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It is white and fluffy, and loves company. SkyWolf25
Mature hatchling Cloudplume mature hatchling Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It is white and fluffy, and loves company.

And look! It has gotten bigger! It must be close to maturing.

SkyWolf25
Adult Cloudplume adult Cloudplume Dragons are as warm and friendly as they look. Living in groups of ten to twenty, these dragons make their home in snowy mountains, where their white feathers fit right in with the environment. During their waking hours, they spread out to fly all over the mountains and nearby plains and forests, collecting mana, exploring, and greeting whoever they happen to meet. When they need to rest, they return to the snowy slopes and curl up together. While a single Cloudplume can blast an air breath at attackers to make their escape, a group of Cloudplumes will stick close, feathers puffed up and the large feathers on their backs raised high and quivering, becoming one giant, bristling mass to intimidate the attacker away from their home. Smaller creatures—and some not so small—often get in between the resting dragons for warmth and protection, and the Cloudplumes welcome such guests. During summertime, these dragons fly higher up to the mountaintops where the air stays cool, mingling with the clouds. Mewtie, SkyWolf25

Fact:

Rumor:

  • To be added.

Egg Sequence

Stage 0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Dead
Cloudplume egg Cloudplume crack 1 Cloudplume crack 2 Cloudplume crack 3 Cloudplume crack 4 Cloudplume crack 5 Fog

Additional Information

To be added here.

Recent Releases

April 2020

References

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