New Dragon Checklist

Xol Dragon is a new dragon article. Please complete the following steps before removing this checklist.


1. Upload all required files (egg, hatchling stages, adult(s), egg sequence, dead egg).
2. Ensure files are named/renamed according to naming convention.
3. Ensure files are appropriately licensed.
4. Categorize all files.
5. If holiday dragon: Confirm artist permission before uploading spriters' alts

Notes: Just needs files to be categorized.


1. Import boilerplate (found at bottom of Style manual).
2. Complete infobox data.
3. Document release information (date, other dragons in release) and particular breed features (BSA, breeding mechanics, etc.).
4. Populate official breed descriptions for all stages.
5. Record all artists involved.
6. Populate sprites for all stages and forms of the dragon, including egg sequence.

  • Note: If holiday dragon, spriters alts should only be included after permission has been confirmed from the artist

7. Populate encyclopedia entry data, or note lack of encyclopedia data.
8. Check release thread on forums for additional breed information provided by artist.
9. Add all required categories to article:

  • Dragon Types
  • Release
  • Spriter(s)
  • Dragon sub-type
  • Habitat(s)
  • Dragon rarity
  • Elemental affinity
  • Encyclopedia status
  • If holiday dragon: [Holiday Name] Dragons
Notes: Not sure if we saw any additional info in the forum thread for this breed? Needs investigation.


The following updates must be made to other articles upon creation of a new dragon article:

1. Add dragon to the appropriate section of Dragon types.
2. Add egg to Egg/Identification guide.
3. Add dragon to Morphology
4. Add dragon to Dragon Rarity Guide
5. If egg has unique egg sequence: Add egg sequence to Egg Sequences
6. If dragon is a hybrid: Add dragon to Breed/Hybrid, and update parent types with breeding information.
7. If holiday dragon AND spriter's alt permission has been confirmed: Add spriters alt(s) to Spriter's Alt
8. Add dragon to Template:Featured Dragon rotator
9. Create rarity poll Poll:Rarity poll/Xol Dragon

Notes: Still need 1 and 4.

Xol Dragon
Xol blue maleXol blue female
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Xol blue egg
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Release Date April 26, 2020
Elemental Affinity Primary: Fire
Secondary: Water
Morphology Wingless
Base Rarity Common
BSA None
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Habitat Volcano
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Color Blue; red
Nicknames None
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Xol Dragons were released on April 26, 2020, alongside Venturis Dragons.

Xol Dragons can either be red or blue. When produced or stolen from the cave, the egg is blue and will hatch into a blue Xol. However, use of the Incubate BSA on a Xol egg will warm it up and turn it into the alternate red form, which will hatch into a red Xol. Due to the mechanics of incubation, abandoning or teleporting the red egg will turn it blue again (as well as adding a day, as usual).

Official Dragon Descriptions


This dull egg feels cozily warm.

Hatchling's a cute baby dragon. You almost can't draw your attention away from it.

Mature Hatchling's a cute baby dragon. You almost can't draw your attention away from it.

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


The bright specks that adorn Xol Dragons mesmerize all who behold them. But those who gaze upon these capricious dragons must be cautious, for it can be difficult to resist their charm. The allure is especially strong during sunset, when Xols perform intricate dances, their agile bodies rising and falling within the water as their ornamental fins shimmer softly. Unwary spectators may find themselves in peril if they give in to the silent call of the dragons’ dangerous beauty, for the waters in which the Xols dance scald all those who enter. Thankfully, anyone who is wise enough to recognize their magic is able to resist it while still enjoying the display. Although dangerous in the water, Xols are relatively harmless on land unless provoked. Xol Dragons lay their eggs on land heated by volcanic activity, and the warmth helps develop their common red coloring. However, when eggs stay below a certain temperature for too long, this development is stunted, leading to the existence of blue individuals.

Sprite Artist(s)


Series Egg Hatchling Mature Hatchling Adult
Blue Female

Xol blue egg Xol blue hatchi Xol blue mature hatchi Xol blue female
Blue Male

Xol blue male
Red Female

Xol red egg Xol red hatchi Xol red mature hatchi Xol red female
Red Male

Xol red male

Egg Sequence

Stage 0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Dead
Xol blue egg Xol blue crack 1 Xol blue crack 2 Xol blue crack 3 Xol blue crack 4 Xol blue crack 5 Xol blue dead egg
Stage 0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Dead
Xol red egg Xol red crack 1 Xol red crack 2 Xol red crack 3 Xol red crack 4 Xol red crack 5 Xol red dead egg

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