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Oracle Wyrms were released on July 25, 2021, alongside Temple Wyrms.

Oracle Wyrms have a unique cracking sequence where the glow on the three orbs fades, then the egg cracks from the middle.

Official descriptions[]


It feels like this egg knew you were coming.


Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It seems to enjoy watching you.

Mature hatchling[]

Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It seems to enjoy watching you.

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


Oracle Wyrms find solace in quiet, secluded areas with mist or fog, such as swamps, oceans, and in the valleys between mountains. In this environment, they enjoy hiding, spying, and contemplating deeply. Oracle Wyrms prefer to live in solitude away from other dragons. However, when they cross paths with one, these wyrms move their floating whiskers to enhance communication, often boasting the intricate riddles they’ve come up with. Their solitary nature has led to the belief that spotting one is a terrible omen and will bring misfortune. Despite this, these wyrms do not bring any harm or misfortune, but merely observe humans as well as animals, livestock, insects and whatever else they can find. They particularly enjoy observing small villages, occasionally inciting harmless mischief.

Sprite artists[]


Series Egg Hatchling Mature hatchling Adult
Female Oracle egg.png Oracle hatchling.png Oracle female hatchling.png Oracle female.png
Male Oracle male hatchling.png Oracle male.png

Egg sequence[]

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

Retired sprites[]

Temporary event sprites
Series Egg Hatchling Mature hatchling Adult
April Fools' Day 2022
Oracle female AF 2022.png
April Fools' Day 2022
Oracle male AF 2022.png

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