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Bright Pink Dragon (Discontinued)

Bright Pink adult
Release date June 2, 2007
Rarity Discontinued
Color Pink
Nicknames Old Pink
Habitat Discontinued

Bright Pink Dragons were one of the oldest dragons on the site and came before the current breed of pink dragon. They were one of the few breeds that only gendered female (the others being the original Purples, Chickens and certain holiday dragons such as Snow Angels, Ribbon Dancers, Rosebuds, and Valentines). Discontinued as cave drops in April of 2009, the Bright Pink dragon experienced a surge in demand as they became less common and replaced with the current Pink Dragon. They could be acquired through breeding for an additional three months, but were retired altogether in August of 2009. This is the first case of a non-event dragon being retired from the cave. Although retired, there have been hints that something has been planned for this species in the future. For a while, Bright Pinks could be bred from both Pink and Bright Pink dragons, although the success rate slowly lowered as they were phased out. Bright Pinks will now only breed Pink eggs, or the egg of their partner's breed. The hatchlings of Bright Pinks were also the same hatchlings currently used for the Red, Vine Dragons, and Holly Dragons, differing in color alone.

The description of the Pinks, where it is said that Pink dragons used to be thought a strictly female breed, refers to the female-only Bright Pinks that came before them.

These dragons can never be bred or found again.

Its description states that mating seasons last for 2 years- which is how long they were available.

Official descriptions


"It's bright. And pink."


"Aww... It's a cute baby dragon. You think it's a girl, although you're not sure how to check."

Mature Hatchling

"Aww... It's a cute baby dragon. You think it's a girl, although you're not sure how to check. And look! It's grown its wings! It must be close to maturing."


"Bright pink dragons are one of the few all-female breeds of dragons. Their bright colors make them easy to spot during dragon mating season. They are primarily herbivores, but eat meat during mating season when it is brought to them by a mate. Mating seasons occur once every 200 years and can last up to 2 years."

Sprite Artist(s)


Series Egg Hatchling Mature Hatchling Adult
Bright Pink Dragon

Bright Pink egg Bright Pink hatchi Bright Pink mature hatchi Bright Pink adult
Temporary Holiday Sprites


- - Bright Pink mature hatchi Christmas 2011 Bright Pink adult Christmas 2011
Old Sprites

Original Sprite
(before"The Fog")

Original Bright Pink egg Original Bright Pink hatchi - Original Bright Pink adult
Old Egg

Original Bright Pink egg Original Bright Pink crack 1 Original Bright Pink crack 5 Bright Pink dead egg

Start a Discussion Discussions about Bright Pink Dragon

  • Bright Pink Dragon

    4 messages
    • They were common when they were about the cave, and though they are discontinued that doesn't change the fact they are common in my opinion. ...
    • Yeah I remember back in the day they were cave-blockers :P After they turned into the BSA Pinks though, I think they're more uncommon now. Bri...
  • Bright Pink Dragons are being un-retired!!!...

    3 messages
    • Hope we can all make the wait then. Year 2209. Whew!
    • *drinks eternal life potion* Bright Pinks, here I come!! XD

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