|Release Date||September 17, 2011|
|Elemental Affinity||Neutral |
Spotted Greenwings were released on September 17, 2011, along with the Gold-horned Tangar as part of the "Secret Friday Release".
Under the old Breed sort, these dragons sorted as "Greenwings" on a user's scroll. As of August 14, 2016, they now sort using their Encyclopedia name.
Official Dragon DescriptionsEdit
"This egg is covered in bright spots."
"Aww... It's a cute baby dragon. It has a number of fleshy growths on its head and back."
"Aww... It's a cute baby dragon. It has a number of fleshy growths on its head and back.
And look! It's grown its wings! It must be close to maturing."
"Spotted Greenwings are relatively small nocturnal dragons. Easily recognizable by the fleshy appendages growing off of their head and rump, they are most commonly seen in forests at night, leaping and soaring from tree to tree. While generally social, spotted greenwings are very quiet and rarely make any sort of vocalization. Their bodies are unusually warm to the touch, though they are unable to breathe fire. A voracious feeder, Greenwings will consume nearly any living thing that they can fit in their mouths."
- JOTB (All)
Sprites No Longer In-UseEdit
|Temporary Holiday Sprites|
|Old Dead Egg
|Stage 0||Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3||Stage 4||Stage 5||Dead|
- Always have five growths coming off their backside but anywhere from five to nine growths coming off their heads.
- Covered in small, shiny scales.
- Have strong, dexterous toes for gripping branches.
- The extent and pattern of the spots is unique to each individual.
- Claws are sharp and partially retractable.
- Hatchling are always moving, seems to have boundless energy.
- Young Greenwings love to chase small objects.
- Good hunters from a young age.
- Frightened of much larger creatures while young, and flee up a tree to hide.
- Love all kinds of food. Will try to eat anything that they can get into their mouth.
- Social but almost constantly squabble among themselves.
- Arboreal; rarely (if ever) land on the forest floor.
- Form closer associations within their main groups, though not always with mates.
- Relationships between mates aren’t much different from others.
- Little parental care is shown.
- Live in old growth forests, where there is space to fly and branches large enough to support them.
- Found in a large range of temperature zones, from boreal forests to temperate deciduous forests. Not commonly seen in very hot climates.
- Small deer, rabbits, rodents, and birds make up the bulk of their diet.
- On rare occasions have been found fishing.
- Will occasionally eat insects and plants when other food is scarce.
- Avoid carrion but will eat it if the corpse isn’t too rotten.