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Scourgekeeper Dragons were released on May 21, 2022, alongside Thundersnow Dragons, Hooded Murkling Dragons, Furor Pygmies, Astralophyne Dragons, Fanalea Dragons and Pyrrhichios Dragons as part of Dragon Cave's 16th birthday celebration. Like all two-headed dragons, they can only breed with other two-headed breeds, and their eggs cannot be bitten by Vampire Dragons.

Although they have egg and hatchling forms, Scourgekeepers may only be obtained through the Breed Specific Action Adventure. Through this action, the user may select up to six adult dragons from the same release to be sent on an adventure, attempting to ally a Scourgekeeper Dragon. If successful, an adult Scourgekeeper Dragon will be added to the user's scroll and the participating adventurers will "retire", making the BSA unavailable for those dragons. A failed adventure imposes a 14 day cooldown on the participating adventurers, after which they can attempt another adventure.

Scourgekeepers may produce Scourgekeeper eggs when bred with other dragons.

Official descriptions[]

Egg[]

You feel a clawing dread the closer you get to this egg.

Hatchling[]

Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It seems to enjoy setting traps for unsuspecting passersby.

Mature hatchling[]

Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It seems to enjoy setting traps for unsuspecting passersby.

And look! It’s gained colorful markings and crystals have started growing along its spine. It must be close to maturing.

Adult[]

Scourgekeeper Dragons are a volatile, temperamental breed that burrows down into the earth and creates elaborate, labyrinthian lairs. They are fond of filling their lair with complex traps and dead ends, spreading just enough tempting wealth throughout to lure others deeper and deeper into its dark depths. Their cruel cunning manifests in the form of mana traps, utilizing death mana to create highly corrosive effects that inflict more damage the longer a creature is in contact with it, with one head utilizing life mana to keep the creature alive as long as it pleases. Occasionally, a Scourgekeeper Dragon’s other head will use its time mana to send someone back to the entrance should they get too close to the actual treasure hoard—allowing just enough survivors to escape from their lair for rumors to spread of the wealth and danger that lurks in their burrows. Though they rarely leave their lairs, they have been known to venture forth and decimate nearby settlements, seeking food and riches to add to their hoards. A Scourgekeeper’s ruthless attacks are the stuff of legends; it is said that they themselves are the shadowed manifestation of rage, fear, and despair, and thus attracts many groups of heroes to seek glory and fame by putting an end to their evil.

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Sprites[]

Series Egg Hatchling Mature hatchling Adult
Scourgekeeper Dragon Scourgekeeper egg Scourgekeeper hatchling Scourgekeeper mature hatchling Scourgekeeper adult

Egg sequence[]

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

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Trivia[]

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To help people better imagine the entire rpg party, I made silhouettes and the conceptors of each dragon gave me their sizes to compile into a size chart:
16th Birthday party size chart

And with the giant Scourgekeeper, our big bad evil guy!
16th Birthday BBEG size chart
(disclaimer: sizes might change in future depending on the conceptor or if the general size scope of dc changes.)
SkyWolf25 (Forum Post)


The concept art for the big bad Scourgekeeper:
Scourgekeeper concept art
Happy 16th, Dragon Cave 🥳
birdzgoboom (Forum Post)

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