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Quonebb Dragons were released on August 28, 2022, alongside Ceriuth Dragons. Like all other two-headed dragons, their eggs cannot be bitten by Vampire Dragons, and they can only breed with other two-headed dragons.

Official descriptions[]


A single blue spot marks this egg.


Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. Its two heads’ calls sound mellow and flute-like.

Mature hatchling[]

Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. Its two heads’ calls sound mellow and flute-like.

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


Sedentary and indolent, Quonebb Dragons rarely leave the vicinity of their homes, preferring to spend their days reclining among the lush, green vegetation. Despite their lethargy, these gentle herbivores possess an almost insatiable curiosity about the world around them. They use their teleporting abilities to reach out and grab random objects from places near and far. Studying these finds is their favorite pastime, though often their theories of an item’s purpose can range far from its actual function.

Sprite artists[]


Series Egg Hatchling Mature hatchling Adult
Female Quonebb egg Quonebb hatchling Quonebb mature hatchling female Quonebb adult female
Male Quonebb mature hatchling male Quonebb adult male

Egg sequence[]

Stage 0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Dead
Quonebb egg Quonebb crack 1 Quonebb crack 2 Quonebb crack 3 Quonebb crack 4 Quonebb crack 5 Quonebb dead egg

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Appearance/Basic Anatomy

  • Unusual snout which reminds slightly of a duck‘s [sic] bill.
  • Hollow cranial crest which is connected to the nostrils.
  • Relatively safe from aggressors thanks to their large size and stocky build.
  • Covered in tiny scales with a smooth, silk-like texture.
  • The tail is usually more than two times as long as the torso and can grasp fruits and leaves from higher-up places.
  • Though they prefer to stay on the ground, Quonebb Dragons are capable of flight.

Hatchling Behavior

  • Young hatchlings frequently make squeaky, mellow noises to communicate their presence to the much larger adults.
  • Quite independent, Quonebb hatchlings find food themselves and learn much from each other.
  • Inquisitive and interested in almost everything.
  • Hatchlings supervise each other, stronger hatchlings take care of the weaker.
  • Become less active as they age, but aren’t particularly active to begin with.

Adult Behavior

  • Spend a lot of time asleep or eating.
  • Their teleportation is mostly random. When reaching far out, Quonebbs cannot predict what object they are going to teleport, but if they focus, they can slightly influence the outcome.
  • The range for their teleportation seems very wide.
  • Exchange their ideas with other Quonebbs in order to learn different approaches.
  • Call in others when finding something especially interesting.
  • Adults take great care of their eggs, but the hatchlings can tend to themselves for the most part.


  • Live in rather isolated places with rich greenery.
  • Often seek shelter inside of caves.


  • Spend much time grazing leaves and gathering fruits.
  • May also consume branches, roots, flowers and seeds, but try to never consume too much of one plant.
  • Like to visit flowing freshwater in order to drink.
  • It is difficult to gain the attention of a Quonebb that is eating, since they like to concentrate on the wonderful tastes.


  • Adult Quonebb Dragons are roughly the size of hadrosaurids like Magnapaulia.[1]