Monarch Dragons were released on September 25, 2016, alongside Diamondwing Dragons.

Official descriptions[edit | edit source]

Egg[edit | edit source]

This egg is buried in leaf litter.

Hatchling[edit | edit source]

Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It has a voracious appetite.

Mature hatchling[edit | edit source]

Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It has a voracious appetite.

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

Adult[edit | edit source]

Monarch Dragons feed on large waterfowl, supplementing with a diet of eggs and fish as needed. Driven by the arrival of cold weather and the need to follow their prey, Monarchs are themselves migratory, leaving the forests in early fall and heading to the warmer climates of deserts and jungles. These migrations are a sight to see, as along the way smaller groups join with one another to form a single large group that can blot out the sunlight as they fly over. Until they reach their destination, they only land for short periods of time to rest. Monarchs spread out across the land at the end of their journey, breaking up once more into their small family groups until the time comes to return to the forest.

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Sprites[edit | edit source]

Series Egg Hatchling Mature hatchling Adult
Female Monarch egg.gif Monarch hatchi.gif Monarch female hatchi.gif Monarch female.png
Male Monarch male hatchi.gif Monarch male.png

Egg sequence[edit | edit source]

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

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Additional information[edit | edit source]

So, at no point are monarchs fluffy, not even the hatchies. XD;

The male's white spots are lighter than the female's.

The male has the same dark points the female does (dark muzzle, horns, feet, tail), but they're less obvious because his whole body is darker.

[Sub-quote: Wait are the monarchs really the first bug based dragon?]

Caligenes are based on a specific species of death's head hawkmoth (Acherontia lachesis).

I don't know if you want to count drakes in this, but morphodrakes and t hawk drakes are also based on insects (peleides blue morpho butterfly and tarantula hawk wasp, respectively).
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The frill at the ends of monarch tails are just little frills, no relation to oak (or any other tree) leaves. o3o
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