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Two-headed Lindwurm

Two-headed Lindwyrm blue female
Purple adult female
Release date August 4, 2013
Rarity Uncommon
Color Purple: Purple, white

Green: Green, yellow

Nicknames Opals
Habitat Purple: Alpine

Green: Forest

Two-headed Lindwurms were released on the August 4, 2013 during the "Two-Headed Madness Release" together with the two-headed Duotone dragons. They are the first two-headed lindwurms on DC.

When sorted by "Breed" they are listed as "2 headed lindwurm" on a users scroll.

They were reported to have dropped in the Coast (purple) and Jungle (green) at the time of their release as well, but no longer seem to be doing so.

Before the release of the Encyclopedia, the Two-Headed Lindwurm's description gave the first hint that the world of DC is not Earth, as the description mentions multiple moons.

Official Dragon Description

Egg

"This opalescent egg shimmers in the moonlight."

Hatchling

"Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It has two heads that, despite being in different moods, don’t seem to mind each other."

Mature Hatchling

"Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It has two heads that, despite being in different moods, don’t seem to mind each other.
And look! It has grown wings! It must be close to maturing."

Adult

"Two-headed Lindwurms are a strange breed that are usuaully only be seen at night—especially when the moons are full and they feel their vigor is at its best for hunting. The rest of the time, these dragons are well-hidden deep within caves or crypts; they enjoy sitting in dark places. Each of their heads has a different mood and personality than the other, and since they have have different brains, they rarely share the same thoughts—and never the same pain. They are so fully separated, one head can be asleep while the other is awake."

Sprite Artists

Sprites

Series Egg Hatchling Mature Hatchling Adult
Purple
Female

Two-headed Lindwyrm blue egg Two-headed Lindwyrm blue hatchi Two-headed Lindwyrm blue mature hatchi Two-headed Lindwyrm blue female
Purple
Male

Two-headed Lindwyrm blue male
Green
Female

Two-headed Lindwyrm green egg Two-headed Lindwyrm green hatchi Two-headed Lindwyrm green mature hatchi Two-headed Lindwyrm green female
Green
Male

Two-headed Lindwyrm green male
Old Sprites
Old Dead Egg

Old Two-headed Lindwyrm blue dead egg Old Two-headed Lindwyrm green dead egg

Egg Sequence

Stage 0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Dead
Two-headed Lindwyrm blue egg Two-headed Lindwurm blue crack 1 Two-headed Lindwyrm blue crack 2 Two-headed Lindwyrm blue crack 3 Two-headed Lindwyrm blue crack 4 Two-headed Lindwyrm blue crack 5 Two-headed Lindwyrm blue dead egg
Two-headed Lindwyrm green egg Two-headed Lindwyrm green crack 1 Two-headed Lindwyrm green crack 2 Two-headed Lindwyrm green crack 3 Two-headed Lindwyrm green crack 4 Two-headed Lindwyrm green crack 5 Two-headed Lindwyrm green dead egg


Additional Information

Earthgirl posted (post was deleted) the following about their description:

Looks like someone's already altered the original description they had. Oh well... It happens. Although, I'd prefer if it stayed they way I initially put it.

Earthgirl


Earthgirl stated here that they are an uncommon breed.

To everyone: opals are an uncommon breed like the trios, blacks, GW's, etc, so they will be harder to find than say, Greys, Albinos and other uber-commons.

And don't worry. ratios will sort themselves out in time and everyone will have a chance to catch at least one.

Earthgirl


Earthgirl stated here that the green color is not an Alt.

There is no such thing as Alt 2-Headed Lindwurm. >.> They're just 2 different colors that drop in different biomes.

Purple was made first. Then I recolored them green.

Earthgirl


Earthgirl revealed in a post that the purple version was her submission for last years Halloween.

Thing is, the purple 2-heads were my Halloween submission for last year. ^^ I made the green 'alt' for myself, but since they weren't used as Halloween dragons, I decided to use them both as color variations, if they will eventually get in-cave.

Since they drop in different places, I could hardly call them alts. They're more like coppers, than ridgewings or dorsals.

But if people want to call them 'alts', I don't mind either way.

Their ratios should be the same.

Earthgirl

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