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|Release Date||April 22, 2009|
|Elemental Affinity||Neutral |
|Nicknames||New Pink, BSA Pink,|
Normal Pink Dragon
|Spriters ||Dovealove, |
Pink Dragons also called New Pink dragons, are a replacement breed designed as a substitution for the phasing out of the old pink breed.
Also known as "BSA pinks", this new pink breed is well-known for its Breed Specific Action that influences the gender of eggs with more than 3 days of remaining life. Influenced eggs have a far higher chance of maturing into the gender of the influencer.
Unlike the past pink dragon, new pinks can be male. They also share an egg description with the Flamingo Wyvern. New Pinks used to replace the offspring of Bright Pink dragons when it was retired, and new Pinks could be obtained from any pairing involving either new Pinks or old Pinks as a parent. This feature has since been partially carried over since the re-release of Bright Pinks as Aria Dragons, where on occasion, an Aria may produce Pink offspring.
Official Dragon DescriptionsEdit
"It's bright. And pink."
"Aww... it's a cute baby dragon."
"Aww... it's a cute baby dragon.
And look! It's grown its wings! It must be close to maturing."
"Pink dragons are primarily herbivores, and only eat meat during the mating season, when mates will exchange kills. When it is not breeding season, pink dragons spend most of their time incubating eggs and caring for their clan's young. Due to their feminine color, it was traditionally thought that pink dragons were a strictly female breed, but this is not true."
Sprites No Longer In-UseEdit
|Temporary Holiday Sprites|
|Old Dead Egg
|Stage 0||Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3||Stage 4||Stage 5||Dead|
- Very graceful—almost as if dancing.
- Small, cream-colored frills on the head as well as pink horns that curve in towards each other.
- Heart-shaped spade on the female’s tail and arrow-shaped spade on the male’s tail.
- Very nimble paws capable of delicate tasks.
- Sensitive pads on their paws allow them to easily read the temperature of egg nests, letting them know when to raise or lower the temperature of the nest if a male or female egg clutch is desired.
- Warm nest temperatures result in females and hotter temperatures in males.
- Favorite game is a form of tag.
- Happy to be ring leaders of games and social activities.
- Acrobatic, they are able to tumble around just a few days after they are born.
- Sociable and like to play in groups.
- Stay with their parents a few years into adulthood before possibly striking out to settle with a different group of dragons.
- Get depressed and anxious if they are deprived of attention and company.
- Enjoy making up their own games to play.
- Enjoy parties and celebrations.
- Altruistic and selfless, they do best in compassionate groups that will make sure they are not neglected.
- Excellent caregivers and often in charge of hatchling-care.
- Create tight familial units.
- Even dragons that have struck out on their own will return to old familial units to visit.
- Have specific mourning rituals for burying their dead.
- Mates choose each other before mating season and exchange meat as a show of dedication and loyalty.
- In the wild, they will influence eggs by changing the temperature of nests of still developing eggs simply to balance out the gender ratio of the group.
- Extremely adaptable and able to create a home anywhere with enough water and vegetation.
- Different social constructs depending on the environment.
- Water availability is celebrated in arid environments.
- Adept fliers, they skim food from treetops.
- Not very picky eaters.
- The Pink dragon has had an update to its encyclopedia entry, with a past entry under Anatomy reading as follows: "Heart-shaped decoration on the female’s tail and arrow-shaped decoration on the male’s tail."