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Obidar Xenowyrms were released on June 27, 2020, alongside Aquilo, Aso, Pharos, Umbra, Ke’maro and Staterae Xenowyrms. This release commemorated the fifth anniversary of Xenowyrms' introduction to the cave.

Official descriptions[]

Egg[]

Mana courses throughout this glassy egg.

Hatchling[]

Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. But... where are its legs?

Mature hatchling[]

Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. But... where are its legs?

And look! It has gotten bigger and is now able to use magic. It must be close to maturing.

Adult[]

Originating from a single species that thrived in ancient times, Xenowyrms have become an incredibly diverse breed whose appearances vary depending on their habitats. Each Xenowyrm subspecies is heavily reliant on the power of different types of mana, making them powerful magic users. Obidar are a curious and shy variety of Xenowyrm that make their home in forests. Their bark-like scales, the polypores clinging to their bodies, and the vibrant foliage growing from them act as natural camouflage. Their desire to investigate travelers in their domain leads them to often sneak unseen near or slightly into camps at night. If spotted, they are shy but friendly, and many that wander the woods are grateful for the watchful protection of these gentle Wyrms.

Sprite artists[]

Sprites[]

Series Egg Hatchling Mature hatchling Adult
Obidar Xenowyrm Obidar egg Obidar hatchling Obidar mature hatchling Obidar adult

Egg sequence[]

Stage 0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Dead
Obidar Xenowyrm egg Obidar Xenowyrm crack 1 Obidar Xenowyrm crack 2 Obidar Xenowyrm crack 3 Obidar Xenowyrm crack 4 Obidar Xenowyrm crack 5 Obidar Xenowyrm dead egg

Retired sprites[]

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

Breeding[]

Xenowyrms are capable of producing any Xenowyrm variety when bred. Which variety will be produced is influenced by the Xenowyrm parent's variety and the biome of a non-Xenowyrm partner.[1]

Obidar Xenowyrm x non-Xenowyrm (from biome) may produce:

  • Obidar Xenowyrm
  • Non-Xenowyrm parent's breed
  • One of the Xenowyrm varieties found in the non-Xenowyrm parent's biome

Obidar Xenowyrm x non-Xenowyrm (bred, Market, or Cave biome) may produce:

  • Obidar Xenowyrm
  • Non-Xenowyrm parent's breed
  • Any of the other Xenowyrm varieties

Obidar Xenowyrm x Xenowyrm may produce:

  • Obidar Xenowyrm
  • Partner Xenowyrm's variety
  • Any of the other Xenowyrm varieties

Additionally a Staterae Xenowyrm can be produced when breeding any Xenowyrm to another Xenowyrm or to a non-Xenowyrm dragon.

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Additional information[]

Xenowyrm 5th anniversary

Exactly five years ago (well, from the posting of this thread, anyhow!) -- June 27th, 2015 -- the original Xenowyrms were released.

The Gaia, Astrapi, Chrono, Pyro, Thalassa, and Mageia were those six wyrm children that were released upon Galsreim!

I genuinely never really thought that they would come to be enjoyed so much, especially five whole years later.

I hope you guys enjoy the new six to complete the elemental set: the Umbra, Aquilo, Obidar, Ke'maro, Aso, and Pharos. Some are friendly, some are not-so-friendly. 🙂

And... of course, the big wyrm in the room: the Staterae Xenowyrm, the original ancient dragon that branched off into all the different subspecies we have today.

It's been really fun reading the thread, and seeing the discussion in Discord about these guys and this release. (And the surprise when someone bred the first Staterae...!)

I'm glad to have the opportunity to create these dragons, and I look forward to seeing what cool lineage projects you all have in mind going forward!

So to wrap up... I just wanted to say, thank you for making the five-year anniversary of the Xenowyrms special!
birdzgoboom (Forum Post)

References[]

  1. Forum post by artist birdzgoboom; Xenowyrm breeding pattern
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