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Galvanic Wyverns were released on May 21, 2019 as part of the Dragon Cave's 13th Birthday release. They were released alongside Aeria Gloris Dragons, Kovos Pygmies, Geminae Dragons, Vremya Drakes and Lihnseyre Dragons.

Official descriptions[]


Powerful energy emanates from this egg.


Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It’s stronger than it looks.

Mature hatchling[]

Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It’s stronger than it looks.

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


Galvanic Wyverns possess a strength that seems impossibly vast for their size. They achieve this through their unique ability to extract magic in its purest form directly from mana. They then channel this energy throughout their bodies via the metallic conduits along their spines, wings, and tail tips, giving them their magically-augmented physical prowess, as well as the magical dexterity to lay devastating spells. However, once they have depleted a mana crystal, they are left vulnerable until they are able to harvest another.

Sprite artists[]


Series Egg Hatchling Mature hatchling Adult
Galvanic Wyvern Galvanic egg Galvanic hatchling Galvanic mature hatchling Galvanic adult

Egg sequence[]

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

Retired sprites[]

Temporary event sprites
Series Egg Hatchling Mature hatchling Adult
April Fools' Day 2022 Galvanic adult AF 2022

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Appearance/Basic Anatomy

  • Two rows of metallic “prongs” run from the horns to the pelvis. Magic extracted from mana flows through these prongs.
  • Each wing has five fingers and two struts.
  • Excepting the thumb, the wing’s fingers and struts also end in magic-conducting metallic prongs.
  • Rather than one tail, the tail splits into two at the base.
  • Like the wing fingers, the tailtips end in prongs.
  • The armored scutes protecting the underbelly seem to be made of the same metallic substance as the prongs.

Hatchling Behavior

  • Hatchlings carry mana crystals from a young age. Though less apt than adults, hatchlings are still able to extract energy from these crystals to augment their strength.
  • The hatchlings tend to reserve their magical brawn for times of need.
  • Respond very poorly when separated from mana, going into fight-or-flight mode.
  • Can be rather social, and are often oblivious to their strength until they are older.
  • Sometimes hatchlings mistake rocks for mana, and will attempt to carry them between their horns.

Adult Behavior

  • While not inherently aggressive, an adult will not shy away from using its physical prowess should the need arise.
  • When a mana crystal has been depleted, adults become reclusive, avoiding contact with others until they are able to secure a new source of magic.
  • While they typically only harvest mana that matches their own alignment, adults have been observed using other elements.
  • On rare occasion, individuals have been observed possessing multiple mana crystals of differing elements. These individuals are noted to have been highly aggressive.
  • While not typically monogamous, it is common for individuals to flock with individuals they have previously partnered with.
  • Hate getting wet.
  • They can create a variety of magical attacks directly out of the energy that flows throughout their bodies. The strongest magic originates from between their tails.
  • While it is possible for an individual to transfer its extracted magical energy into others via contact with the prongs, not many creatures can withstand its potency.


  • Typically reside on the outskirts of volcanic regions, close to mana deposits.
  • Occasionally, individuals will live closer to the more active areas of the regions, should the mana there justify the more violent climate.
  • Once mature, individuals form new groups far from their parents. Will cross entire continents when finding a new habitat.


  • Omnivorous, though their preference toward meat versus plant matter varies.
  • More likely to scavenge or forage when without a strong source of magic.
  • At full strength, they are much more confident in their hunting abilities. Thus, meat makes up a larger percentage of their diets.
  • Hatchlings eat mostly what is brought to them by their parents.
  • Orphaned hatchlings largely scavenge and forage, though they occasionally will hunt down small animals.