|Black Tea Dragon|
|Release Date||May 24, 2013|
|Elemental Affinity||Life |
Black Tea Dragons were the third released dragons of the one week long "7th Birthday" release on Dragon Cave. Every single day from May 22, 2013 - May 28, 2013 a new dragon was released to the cave.
- Day 1 - Black Capped Teimarr
- Day 2 - Gilded Bloodscales
- Day 3 - Black Teas
- Day 4 - Hellhorses
- Day 5 - Coppers
- Day 6 - Blacktips
- Day 7 - Seragamma Wyverns
Official Dragon DescriptionsEdit
"This egg has a faintly exotic scent."
"Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It loves to chase butterflies."
"Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It loves to chase butterflies.
And look, it has grown wings that release a faint, spicy scent when it waves them. It must be nearly mature."
"Black Tea dragons have small scent glands on the underside of their wing arm that release a pleasant scent. Though many creatures enjoy being in the vicinity of Black Tea dragons, the scent is intended to draw in swarms of butterflies. Though Black Tea dragons are full sized dragons, these insects are the mainstay of their diet."
- Marrionetta (All)
Sprites No Longer In-UseEdit
|Stage 0||Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3||Stage 4||Stage 5||Dead|
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- They're hide. They have no scales.
- They're flightless.
- They're strong as all getout and like to grapple.
- They're roughly the size of oxen - they're fairly compact.
- There is no gender dimorphism, I just made two sprites because I felt like it.
- Their wings are strong enough to knock a person out with a sideways blow.
- They snort a lot.
- They mostly think humans are funny fleshy little pink things.
- They like to live around human settlements and sometimes willingly pull tillers because they know plants bring in more butterflies.
- Sometimes they eat bees. They're immune to apitoxin.
- They're warm blooded and can and do breathe fire when the mood suits them.
- They really like hanging out with cats.
- They really like swimming.
- They hop and flutter their wings when excited.
- They range in color from dull salmon to light pink, depending on diet.
- They're prone to albinism in more closed populations.''