Ember Dragons

Ember male
Male Ember adult
Release date October 10, 2010
Rarity Uncommon
Color Black with yellow and red cracks
Habitat Volcano

Ember Dragons were released on the 10th of October, 2010 alongside Harvest Dragons. Ember dragons are uncommon and currently have no Breed Specific Action. When Ember dragon eggs crack the cracks are red, as if the eggs have lava inside them.

Official descriptions


"This egg is really hot."


"Aww... It's a cute baby dragon. It glows brightly, and seems to prefer warm areas."

Mature Hatchling

"Aww... It's a cute baby dragon. It glows brightly, and seems to prefer warm areas. And look! It's grown its wings! It must be close to maturing."


"Ember dragons have a great affinity for hot environments. While they themselves are not hot to the touch, their tendency to lurk amongst smoldering ashes has caused many to believe they are fire-starters. Their dully glowing markings serve many purposes; acting as a means of identification between individuals, as an important part of mating displays, and as a way of showing aggression. The long, low build of the breed makes them ungainly in flight, and the thick fleshy membranes of their wings hinder them further. As such, it is rare to see an ember dragon take to the air. Ember dragons are also not particularly sociable; females tend to be defensive, whereas males are more aggressive. Once they have settled with a particular group of dragons, ember dragons are incredibly loyal and will defend their pack with any means possible."

Sprite Artist(s)


Series Egg Hatchling Mature Hatchling Adult

Ember egg Ember hatchi Ember mature hatchi Ember female

Ember male
Temporary Holiday Sprites

- Ember hatchi Christmas 2011 Ember mature hatchi Christmas 2011 Ember female Christmas 2011

- Ember male Christmas 2011
Female Sprite

- - - Ember female old Christmas 2011
Male Sprite

- - - Ember male old Christmas 2011
Old Sprites
Old Sprites

Old Ember egg-hatchie-mature hatchie
Vicats revealed that, she changed the eggs' and hatchlings' sprites a few weeks before their release.

Egg sequence

While cracking it looks more and more like a piece of live coal.

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