Magi Dragon
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Release Date May 21, 2006
(Original Species)
Elemental Affinity Magi
Morphology Western
Base Rarity Common
BSA Teleport
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Habitat All Habitats
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Color Orange
Nicknames None
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Magi Dragons were one of the first original dragons on the site. "Magi" is the plural of "magus" (a Latin word meaning "user of magic"), which describes the dragon's magical capabilities. Since May 26, 2010, it is possible to breed Magi Dragons with Water Dragons to produce Shallow Water Dragons.

When initially on the site, they were commonly referred to as "Orange" dragons- this nickname was soon dropped after the sprite replacement began. The replacement was made to be starkly different to the original to highlight that this dragon was meant to be a magic user as opposed to a melee fighter that the original sprite's bulky physique suggested, and so users switched to calling them "Magi" more often as it was more fitting for the new sprite. The nickname was further discontinued after the introduction of Shallow Water Dragons, which share this breed's bright orange coloration.

As of June 10, 2011, Magi now have the Breed Specific Action Teleport, allowing for two-way trading, or one-way transferring, of up to four eggs/unfrozen hatchlings, which effectively replaced Abandoned Page trading. Teleport has a two day cooldown and in-progress teleportations can be viewed on the Trading Hub of the site.

Official Dragon Descriptions


"This egg has an orange aura radiating from it."


"Aww... It's a cute baby dragon. It glows with some form of arcane energy."

Mature Hatchling

"Aww... It's a cute baby dragon. It glows with some form of arcane energy.
And look! It's grown its wings! It must be close to maturing."


"Magi dragons are, as their names suggest, primarily magic users. They rarely use physical forms of attack. They eat anything they can kill, which is generally everything. They won't kill unprovoked except when hunting, although they may kill humans if in danger. Their strong magic makes them one of the most feared breeds of dragons."

Sprite Artist(s)


Series Egg Hatchling Mature Hatchling Adult
Magi Dragon

Magi egg.gif Magi hatchi.gif Magi mature hatchi.gif Magi adult.gif

Sprites No Longer In-Use

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Temporary Holiday Sprites

- Magi hatchi Christmas 2011.gif Magi mature hatchi Christmas 2011.gif Magi adult Christmas 2011.gif

- - - Magi female Halloween 2012.png

- - - Magi male Halloween 2012.png
Old Sprites
Original Sprites

Original Magi egg.png Original Magi hatchi.png Original Magi mature hatchi.gif Original Magi adult.gif
Original Egg

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Old Egg
(2nd Version)

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Old Dead Egg
(3rd Version)

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Egg Sequence

Stage 0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Dead
Magi egg.gif Magi crack 1.png Magi crack 2.gif Magi crack 3.png Magi crack 4.png Magi crack 5.png Magi dead egg.gif

Encyclopedia Entry

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Appearance/Basic Anatomy

  • The fins that run along their heads are unique; no two dragons have the same shape, size and arrangement of spikes.
  • Their scales are a radiant orange that has a slight iridescence.
  • They seem to have a faint glow, although in dark environments, they don’t appear to actually luminesce.

Hatchling Behavior

  • Hatchlings have natural magical abilities; but they have trouble controlling them at first.
  • Early attempts at magic can produce unpredictable results.
  • Adolescent dragons are able to show more advanced control of magic than most humans.
  • Will spend time soaking in pools of mana to strengthen their powers.
  • Bathing in fresh water can cause mana to “leak” into the environment, having effects on nearby flora and fauna.

Adult Behavior

  • Being teleported is a good way to empty your stomach.
  • (No longer have issues after being teleported a few times.)
  • Travel in groups to different mana springs to replenish stores.
  • Able to go several months between visits to springs.
  • Capable of utilizing various types of elemental magics, although they appear to specialize in spatial magic (e.g. teleportation).
  • Can “see” the flow of magic as it is utilized—attempts to describe what it looks like fall outside human comprehension.
  • Their “mage sight” is likely related to their abnormal eye coloration.


  • Can be found in most environments, but prefer humid areas.


  • Appear to use a lot of energy when using more advanced magic.
  • Can “convert” mana to food by way of using spells to conjure edible things, but this is probably not a net-positive on energy.
  • Despite not being as physically active as other breeds, they must consume more food than most dragons in order to stay nourished.


  • The adult's original sprite was a recolored E.Dragon from Breath of Fire II.
  • This breed's original hatchling description was:
"Aww... It's a cute baby dragon. Although, what's with its eyes?"

Additional Information

  • Regarding pronunciation of the name:
In IPA: mædʒaɪ (I think)

In real people terms: 'maj-eye.

Definitely not a hard a (first syllable is identical to "magic").
TJ09 (Forum Post)
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