Male Hellhorse dragon
|Release date||May 25, 2013|
|Color||◾Female: Dark purple with bright blue
◾Male: Dark purple with red and orange
|Habitat||None - Breedable Only|
Hellhorse Dragons were the fourth 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.
This is the fifth dragon to have a hatchling description that does not start with "Aww... it's a cute baby dragon..." The other dragon hatchlings not described as cute are the Vampire Dragon, Black Marrow, Neglected Dragon and Undead Dragon.
Pairings to obtain a Hellhorse Dragon:
The other 7th Birthday dragons were:
(in order of their release)
- 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 Wyvern
Official Dragon Description
"This hot egg shakes violently when you touch it."
"This hatchling’s behavior is not cute at all; It keeps trying to kick and bite you."
"This hatchling’s behavior is not cute at all; It keeps trying to kick and bite you.
And look! It has grown wings, and flickers of flame have appeared along its body. Maybe something is happening?"
"Hellhorse Dragons are foul-tempered, spirited creatures with tempestuous and violent dispositions. Torrents of scorching flames erupt from their bodies and can easily set their surroundings ablaze. Highly aggressive and territorial toward other dragon species, Hellhorses will tolerate others as long as they believe the association to be beneficial. Such alliances are tenuous in nature and frequently short-lived, as the slightest disagreement can easily escalate into a full-out brawl."
- LadyLyzar (All)
|Stage 0||Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3||Stage 4||Stage 5||Dead|
LadyLyzar commented on the Hellhorses names:
I'm glad that you all like the Hellhorses.
"Hellhorse" was a placeholder name - I didn't really like it and thought it was well, blah and boring. I was planning on changing it to Dreadflare, but if you like Hellhorse I can keep it that way.