|Release Date||July 10, 2016|
|Elemental Affinity||Lightning |
Bolt Dragons were released on July 10, 2016, alongside Storm-Rider Dragons. They are capable of using the BSA "Stun"; an action that can be used on any growing hatchling on the user's scroll, and adds an additional day to the hatchling's timer as well as simultaneously preventing it from receiving any views for 2 days. This BSA has proved to be most popular with players conducting trades, allowing for extra time on any hatchlings involved in a trade. The effects of this BSA wear off if the hatchling is abandoned but not when traded.
When sorted by "Breed", this dragon sorts as "Bolt Dragon", between between Blusang Lindwurms and Bright-Breasted Wyverns, on a user's scroll. Bolt dragons that are on cooldown from using Stun will be sorted after all other regular Bolts.
Official Dragon DescriptionsEdit
"This egg has a striking pattern."
"Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It has shiny gold horns."
"Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It has shiny gold horns.
And look! It has gotten bigger! It must be close to maturing."
"Bolt Dragons are incredibly powerful dragons with the ability to wield lightning magic. They can be ruthless on occasion, but are generally mild unless provoked. Due to their intelligence and keen observational skills, it is incredibly arduous to attack a Bolt Dragon undetected. If threatened by a formidable opponent, Bolt Dragons will flare out their fin-like appendages to make themselves look more menacing."
- Birdzgoboom (All)
|Stage 0||Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3||Stage 4||Stage 5||Dead|
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A few tidbits of basic info for them for those curious:
1. They are easterns.
2. They are Lightning element.
3. Their roars can range from piercing shrieks to a tone reminiscent to low, rumbling thunder. The younger the Bolt, the more high-pitched the roar.
4. Their scales are glassy and smooth like fish scales, and gradient from white on their sides, to blue, and back to white at the end of their tail.