On this page, information will be stored on newly-released dragons that have incomplete data. Information can be compiled here so that it can be retrieved at a later stage to be separated into its rightful articles.
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All newly released dragon information is to be compiled on this article and this article only.
- Add the dragon(s) to the Which Egg Is Which page.
- Add the dragon(s) to the Dragon Types page.
- Add the dragon(s) to any page apart from this one.
- Create the dragon(s) article (before the dragons of TJ09 or users grow up).
- Add information if it has not been seen in the cave yet.
Do not add the spriter's alts of a dragon. (The DC-Wiki team will ask the artist(s) for permission to upload them).
These rules apply while the dragon is being released, till the moment when the dragons of users start to become adults. After that the dragons article can be created.
Failing to comply with these rules will result in a warning or even a suspension (one week suspension for creating the dragons article before the dragons have grown up).
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Currently Being Released
March 2014 ReleaseSince this is the first normal release of 2014, let's start it off right: Happy New Year!
|Description||"This egg is patterned with an orange flare."||"Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It likes to sleep in the sunshine, but it’s more active at night."||"Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It likes to sleep in the sunshine, but it’s more active at night.
And look! Its wings have grown bigger, and it now has large stingers all over the newly split tips of its tail. It must be close to maturing."
"To make up for a lack of physical strength, Fever Wyverns rely on a strain of deadly bacteria which grows on their tail spines. This bateria is used to help kill prey or as a defense mechanism. The bacteria will attack the victim’s nervous and respiratory systems upon entering the body, quickly rendering it helpless before eventually killing it. Usually a solitary breed, these dragons will only come together during mating season and will flare out the brightly colored sails along their wings to help attract potential mates. Although it has been observed that the wyverns are nocturnal, they will often pick an open spot of sunshine to curl up in and sleep as the day passes by."
|Stage 0||Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3||Stage 4||Stage 5||Dead|
- Catchable in Jungle
- Alphabetically, they sort between Embers and Flamingos
- They do not have dimorphism
Well, lessee.. what can I say about the Fevers.. I'm kinda sleepy so forgive me if this winds up being a bit choppy xD
They are indeed very intelligent dragons. The bacteria on their tails is purposefully nurtured into being what it is, beginning as soon as the stingers grow in. Each Fever has it's own unique strain which it is immune to, but other Fevers can be still infected, although the mortality rate is low.
We could say these dragons would make good chemists/pharmacist/doctors.. IF they weren't so moody. They don't particularly enjoy company and are quite territorial, so they'll readily defend their space. One reason they don't keep friends well is because of how dangerous the tail stingers are. It's not entirely unheard of for a Fever to make friends, but they generally try to keep their distance so as not to accidentally hurt the other dragon. (Some of the more sensitive individuals could have a rough time with this, emotionally.)
Although quick to anger, Fever wyverns tend to keep their rationality and won't actually attack with their stingers unless there is a real, serious threat. They'll give all sorts of warnings first, such as making angry noises, stomping their feet, swinging their tail around, and/or flaring out their wing sails. The benefit to using the stingers on prey is that it becomes inedible to scavengers so nothing is likely to try and take it and the wyvern can save it for later.
I'll have to expend on this more a little later!
|Egg||Hatchling||Mature Hatchling M/F||Adult M/F|
|Description||"This egg is unusually large and heavy."||"Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It’s already quite large compared to other hatchlings, and appears to like roughhousing."||"Aww... It’s a cute baby dragon. It’s already quite large compared to other hatchlings, and appears to like roughhousing.
And look! It has grown wings! It must be close to maturing."
"Brute Dragons are among the larger dragon breeds. They prefer to live in solitude or small groups, nesting in high, mountainous regions. The only time they openly seek the company of others is during the mating season, when males will fight for the attention of females. The thunderous crash of Brute dragons butting horns against each other in competition for mates can be heard nearly a mile away."
|Artist||N/A||LadyLyzar||LadyLyzar||Male: LadyLyzar / Female: Blueskyy, Stromboli, LadyLyzar|
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- Catchable in Alpine
- Alphabetically, they sort between Brimstone and Canopy dragons.
- They have dimorphism
- With the release of the Brute dragon Blueskyy and Stromboli became in-cave spriters.
Well friends, I shan't be apologizing for the simplicity of the Brute's concept since that was, in many ways, the point of the concept. At the time, we had a lot of really cool concepts around that all had some neat feature or weird power, and that was good, but at the time I wanted to make a dragon that was just a dragon. Take 'em or leave 'em, that's what they are.
Anyway, here are my notes, as much as I can remember:
Brutes are very much your good ol' classic storybook dragons. They generally live alone, though they are sometimes known to live in groups of three or four. Groups usually consist of those either too young or too old to have much interest in mates. Brutes in their prime tend to be more aggressive, and less tolerant of others.
They are hoarders and lair-builders. From the time that they are hatchlings, they will gather anything shiny they can find and bury it in their own little troves. Brutes are also viciously territorial and highly possessive of their treasure. Don't try to raid a Brute lair if there's any chance that the dragon is still alive. Just don't.
As stated in their breed description, males will fight for a female's attention. Ultimately, though, it's the female who chooses her mate, and it's not always the winner of the fight. She'll choose whichever she thought fought best. It's very rare that a Brute will mate for life.
Brutes also are not often the best parents. Eggs and young hatchlings are cared for mostly because the parent views it as part of their hoard. When the hatchling starts to mature and assert itself, the parent grows less interested in keeping it around. Usually hatchlings will leave the nest on their own around the point where they're fledging. A fledged hatchling that does not leave the nest of its own volition will be forced out by its parent. Fledgelings either choose to strike out on their own, or will sometimes live in small juvenile groups until they reach adulthood.
These dragons have no apparent magical ability. Their hides, however, are mildly resistant to most forms of magic. Brute scales are often sought after for this property, and the dragons are sometimes hunted for them. Another reason for hunting is the danger they pose to human settlements in the vicinity of their lair. Otherwise, it's generally best to leave the beasties alone.