Official descriptions[edit | edit source]
Egg[edit | edit source]
This egg is patterned with an orange flare.
Hatchling[edit | edit source]
Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It likes to sleep in the sunshine, but it’s more active at night.
Mature hatchling[edit | edit source]
"Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It likes to sleep in the sunshine, but it’s more active at night.
And look! Its wings have grown bigger, and it now has large stingers all over the newly split tips of its tail. It must be close to maturing.
Adult[edit | edit source]
Each Fever Wyvern carries a unique and very deadly disease on the spines of its tail. To make up for a lack of physical strength, the dragons use this disease to their advantage by poisoning prey and fending off attackers. The illness will quickly render victims helpless before eventually killing them. A Fever will track its prey until the target can no longer move. Usually a solitary breed, these dragons will only come together during mating season, and will flare out the brightly colored sails along their wings to help attract potential mates. Although it has been observed that the wyverns are nocturnal, they will often pick an open spot of sunshine to curl up in and sleep as the day passes by.
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Egg sequence[edit | edit source]
|Stage 0||Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3||Stage 4||Stage 5||Dead|
Retired sprites[edit | edit source]
Encyclopedia entry[edit | edit source]
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Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The original adult description upon release read as:
- After the first revision, the adult description read as follows:
Additional Information[edit | edit source]
- Well, lessee.. what can I say about the Fevers.. I'm kinda sleepy so forgive me if this winds up being a bit choppy xD
They are indeed very intelligent dragons. The bacteria on their tails is purposefully nurtured into being what it is, beginning as soon as the stingers grow in. Each Fever has it's own unique strain which it is immune to, but other Fevers can be still infected, although the mortality rate is low.
We could say these dragons would make good chemists/pharmacist/doctors.. IF they weren't so moody. They don't particularly enjoy company and are quite territorial, so they'll readily defend their space. One reason they don't keep friends well is because of how dangerous the tail stingers are. It's not entirely unheard of for a Fever to make friends, but they generally try to keep their distance so as not to accidentally hurt the other dragon. (Some of the more sensitive individuals could have a rough time with this, emotionally.)
Although quick to anger, Fever wyverns tend to keep their rationality and won't actually attack with their stingers unless there is a real, serious threat. They'll give all sorts of warnings first, such as making angry noises, stomping their feet, swinging their tail around, and/or flaring out their wing sails. The benefit to using the stingers on prey is that it becomes inedible to scavengers so nothing is likely to try and take it and the wyvern can save it for later.
I'll have to expend on this more a little later!