Female Summer adult
|Release date||◾ September 15, 2008 - Summer|
◾ November 28, 2008 - Autumn
|Color||◾Spring: Green, pink|
◾Summer: Green, yellow
Seasonal Dragons, unlike most dragons, have more than one incarnation or form. With the seasonal dragon it has different colouring and features depending on the season during which its egg was laid. There are a total of four different adults/hatchlings available: Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. The first seasonal dragons were revealed as Summer dragons on the 15th of September 2008. This was followed by the release of Autumn dragons on the 29th of November 2008, and Winter dragons then popped up in the 21st of December 2008. Finally, Spring dragons made their debut on the 10th of April 2009. The Seasonal breed has no breed specific action and was originally a common dragon, but their recent numbers have dwindled slightly.
Offspring of seasonals are determined by the season they are laid in, not by the season that their seasonal parent(s) represents. Organized lineages by season are often popular.
"Q: When do the seasonal eggs switch to the next season?
A: The seasonal dragon eggs always switch on the solstices and equinoxes of a given season. Since this varies from year to year, it is recommended that you look up a calendar to figure out when a specific season begins in the northern hemisphere." -TJ09, from the Frequently Asked Questions thread on the Dragon Cave Forums (updated answer as of Spring 2013).
Official Dragon Description
"The markings on this egg match the weather outside."
"Aww... It's a cute baby dragon. It perfectly depicts summer/autumn/winter/spring weather."
"Aww... It's a cute baby dragon. It perfectly depicts summer/autumn/winter/spring weather. And look! It's grown its wings! It must be close to maturing."
"Seasonal dragons take on the characteristics of the season they are born in. Thus, eggs that are laid in spring match the pink flowers and green buds of spring, and those that are laid in the summer grow to depict the bright green of the forest trees and the yellow of the sun. Eggs laid in autumn display the bright colors of leaves falling from trees, and those that are laid during winter take on the appearance of the icy snow."
|Series||Egg||Hatchling||Female Hatchling||Male Hatchling||Adult Female||Adult Male|
|2011 Temporary Holiday Sprites|
|2012 Temporary Holiday Sprites|
|Old Egg Sprites|
|Old Egg Sequences|
|Season||Stage 0||Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3||Stage 4||Stage 5||Dead|