Night Glory Drake
Night Glory Drake adult
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Glory Drake egg
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Release Date May 26, 2010
Elemental Affinity Unknown
Morphology Drake
Base Rarity Common
BSA None
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Habitat Forest
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Color Brown, blue, purple
Nicknames NGD, Night Glory
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Egg hatches into a Night Glory if it's cave-created or bred between 18:00 EST and 5:59 EST.

Night Glory Drakes were released on May 26, 2010, alongside Day Glory Drakes, Terrae and Shallow Water Dragons. Just like other DC Drakes, they can only breed with their own kind, and their eggs cannot be bitten by Vampire Dragons. They were the first species to be able to interbreed with Ochredrakes.

Night Glories share the same egg as Day Glories. A Glory egg created by the DC's system (with breeding or release in the cave) between 18:00 EST and 5:59 EST (cave time) will hatch into a Night Glory Drake. If an egg is created before the time limit but it sits in the cave and is taken after the time change, it will still turn into the type of Glory Drake related to its creation time.

When Night Glories were first suggested along with the Day Glories, their name was actually asked to be Nocturnal Drakes, with their counterpart being Diurnal Drakes. However, this was changed out of concern that it would be too similar to the concept of Nocturne Dragons, and their names were later changed to be named after Morning Glory flowers.

When sorted by "Breed", they are listed as "Glory Drake (Night)" on a user's scroll.

Official Dragon DescriptionsEdit


"This egg displays the colors of both dawn and dusk."


"Aww... It's a cute baby drake. Its dark colors resemble the night."

Mature HatchlingEdit

"Aww... It's a cute baby drake. Its dark colors resemble the night.
And look! It's grown its wings! It must be close to maturing."


"Unlike their diurnal relatives, Night Glory Drakes are shy and reserved. Active during the night, they are often mistaken for bats and chased away from human settlements. With their excellent agility and night vision, they are perfectly adapted to nocturnal life. Breeding only takes place during evenings after the dark settles in."

Sprite Artist(s)Edit


Series Egg Hatchling Mature Hatchling Adult
Night Glory Drake

Glory Drake egg Night Glory Drake hatchi Night Glory Drake mature hatchi Night Glory Drake adult

Sprites No Longer In-UseEdit

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Temporary Holiday Sprites

- Night Glory Drake hatchi Christmas 2011 Night Glory Drake mature hatchi Christmas 2011 Night Glory Drake adult Christmas 2011

- - - Night Glory Drake adult Halloween 2012
Old Sprites
Old Egg

Old Glory Drake egg Old Glory Drake crack 1 Old Glory Drake crack 2 Old Glory Drake crack 3 Old Glory Drake crack 4 Old Glory Drake crack 5 Old Glory Drake dead egg / Old Glory Drake dead egg2

Egg SequenceEdit

Stage 0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Dead
Glory Drake egg Glory Drake crack 1 Glory Drake crack 2 Glory Drake crack 3 Glory Drake crack 4 Glory Drake crack 5 Glory Drake dead egg

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  • On May 21, 2016, Night Glory Drakes received a major update to their egg sprites, as part of Dragon Cave's 10th Birthday; all DC Drakes released on the site when this event occurred received the same downsizing update. This update was done so that the sprites better fit the breed's description of having slightly smaller eggs than those of standard dragons.

Additional InformationEdit

Day Glory drakes are the size of 4 month old kitten body-wise, hence they can land on your arm and walk on it. Night Glory drakes are about the same size.
- Earthgirl (Forum Post)

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