This dragon is currently being re-released onto the site as part of Dragon Cave's 10th Birthday celebration. For more information, see Currently Being Released; all information on the re-release should be kept on that article as well until the end of the event.
Bright Pink Dragon
|Release date||June 2, 2007|
Bright Pink Dragons were an original species of Dragon Cave, having been released on June 2, 2007, alongside Chickens, Gold and Neglected Dragons. They were a female-only breed, and were eventually retired in favour of replacing them with the current Pink Dragons.
Bright Pinks were discontinued as cave drops in April of 2009, and the 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, although the success rate slowly lowered as they were phased out and retired altogether in August of 2009. This was the first case of a non-event dragon being retired from the cave.
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 base hatchling sprite currently used for the Red, Dark Green, and old Holly Dragons, differing in color alone. When sorted by Breed, they are listed as "Bright Pink" between Pillow Dragons and Pink Dragons.
Official Dragon DescriptionsEdit
"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."
"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."
|Bright Pink Dragon
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- The description of the current Pink Dragons, where it is said that Pink dragons used to be thought of as a strictly female breed, refers to the female-only Bright Pinks that came before them.
- The Bright Pink's description states that mating seasons last for 2 years- which is how long they were available for.