|Release date||February 14, 2011|
|Rarity||Rare - Holiday Dragon|
|Color||Pink and white|
|Habitat||None - Breedable Only|
Rosebud Dragons were the all-female breed given out during Valentines 2011. They are only capable of producing more Valentines during a certain period in February, though are breedable year-round (but only producing the male's breed of egg). Each scroll/account is limited to 2 CB versions of these eggs to prevent hoarding. Any other Valentine eggs that were obtained were automatically abandoned if picked up in the abandoned page or main cave. Now there is no limit to the number of bred Holidays one person can have.
When sorted by "Breed" they are listed as "Valentine 2011 dragon" on a users scroll.
Official Dragon Description
"This sweet smelling egg is covered by a ribbon."
"Aww... It's a cute baby dragon. It's chubby and pink with a faint rose-like smell."
"Aww... It's a cute baby dragon. It's chubby and pink with a faint rose-like smell. And look! It's grown wings and the flower is blooming! It must be close to maturing."
"Rosebud dragons are a fun and social breed found most often in the spring. The petal-like feathers that grow on their sides spread their sweet and floral scent. Although they have poor eyesight, they have ribbon-like extensions that extend their olfactory abilities to help create a map of the area around them. When flying, Rosebud dragons tend to hover, using their wings to fan their scent throughout the air. Being widespread, they go to great effort to visit as many flowery fields as possible."
|Female only breed|
|Temporary Holiday Sprites|
|Stage 0||Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3||Stage 4||Stage 5||Dead|
The main spriter, Nakase, said about them:
"I was inspired by a wreath of pink roses with a very pretty ribbon. They may look a bit equine, many people have said my dragons tend to look that way, however I disagree as I mix feline and equine anatomy in my work. The last sentence in the description is suppose to mean a wide spread breed/species, as they are similar to, say a hummingbird in their actions. I have made a reference for them and it's found in my deviantart gallery."