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Dragon Cave Breeds

UPDATE: 10.31.11

I’m no longer keeping this website up to date.

There is a great Dragon Cave Wiki that lists all the breeds in much more detail then I did here.

Happy egg hunting!

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IF YOU DON’T WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOUR DRAGON WILL TURN INTO PLEASE DON’T CONTINUE TO READ!!!!

This is a list of all of the dragon breeds and their descriptions at the different stages.
They are listed in alphabetical order by name.

I have included the adult dragons that I have (and I have most of them) with each breed as an example.
The few that I’m missing will be updated as soon as I get that dragon.  There are a few missing descriptions as well, but those are mostly from dragons that aren’t available anymore (like the Christmas 2007), or special ones that I didn’t get during the short time they were available (like the Vampire).

For help with your eggs go to my Dragon Cave Help Guide.


Albino
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EGG: You can see the baby dragon curled up inside this translucent egg.
HATCHLING 1: Its skin is smooth and doesn’t seem to have any color to it.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Albino dragons are so named because their translucent, scale-less skin lacks all pigment. Instead, to help protect their bodies from the sun, they are coated in an oily secretion that blocks the sun’s harmful rays. The call of an albino dragon is similar to a barn owl–a shriek instead of a roar.

Balloon
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EGG: This light egg is floating in the air.
HATCHLING 1: It’s very light and enjoys bouncing all around.
HATCHLING 2: And look! It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: “Balloon” dragons are so named because they are filled with a gas that makes them almost lighter than air, similar to balloons. However, they are not prone to “bursting,” as they are covered in tough skin and can deflate themselves if necessary. However, they generally are slow moving. They use their gas bladders to float to the tops of trees, where food is more abundant. They can shift their weight from their backs to their fronts, allowing them to reach leaves and fruit.

Black

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EGG: This egg has a faint green glow around it.
HATCHLING 1: It’s eyes glow brightly at night, and it enjoys attacking insects and small animals.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Black dragons are warriors. They are strong and capable in battles of force, but also ample magic users, capable of devastating opponents with their spells. Their bright eyes give them excellent night vision, which is why they generally hunt during the night.

Black  (alternate)
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EGG: This egg has a faint green glow around it.
HATCHLING 1: It’s eyes glow brightly at night, and it enjoys attacking insects and small animals.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Black dragons are warriors. They are strong and capable in battles of force, but also ample magic users, capable of devastating opponents with their spells. Their bright eyes give them excellent night vision, which is why they generally hunt during the night.

Blue
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EGG: This egg is sitting in a shallow puddle.
HATCHLING 1: It enjoys swimming at the nearby pond.
HATCHLING 2: It’s fins and tail have gotten bigger, and you’ve moved it to a larger body of water to swim in.
ADULT: When a serpentine water dragon matures, it loses almost all use of its legs as well as its ability to survive on land and enters the water permanently. They are adept swimmers and eat whatever fish are in the lake they live in. They usually stay in the same lake their entire life, although a few live in the ocean and swim across the world.

Cheese
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EGG: This egg is soft and smells uncannily like cheese.
HATCHLING 1: It appears to be made of cheese, and yet it seems alive. You wonder for a moment if it is edible.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Cheese dragons are not actually alive. They are enchanted items of food that act almost identically to dragons. They have no need to eat, but they must ‘live’ in humid environments or they will dry out and harden.

Christmas 2007

EGG: ??
HATCHLING 1: It’s very festively colored.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Christmas dragons are a very mysterious breed. They are only seen during winter, and even then it is hard to catch a glimpse of one. They are responsible for the general cheer that spreads during the holidays. In essence, they are the “Spirits of Christmas.”

Christmas 2008 – Yulestag
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EGG: This egg is covered with bright, festive stripes.
HATCHLING 1: It’s very festively colored.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Christmas dragons are a very mysterious breed. They are only seen during winter, and even then it is hard to catch a glimpse of one. They are responsible for the general cheer that spreads during the holidays. In essence, they are the “Spirits of Christmas.”

Daydream
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EGG: This egg is sitting on a cloud.
HATCHLING 1: It has a pink cloud that seems to follow it everywhere. You seem to be having more difficulty concentrating since it arrived.
HATCHLING 2: And look! It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Daydream dragons are the hosts of daydreams and fantasies. They spends the majority of their time sitting on clouds, dropping daydreams down into the minds of people passing by. Humans who live near Daydream dragons must be especially careful not to let their thoughts wander, or they can end up spending hours or even days in a trance-like waking dream state.

Deep Sea
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EGG: This egg appears to be covered in scales.
HATCHLING 1: It was born with fins instead of legs and did not seem to react well to freshwater, so you placed it in the nearby ocean.
HATCHLING 2: Its dorsal fin has grown larger, and it rarely surfaces anymore. It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Deep sea dragons, as their name suggests, spend most of their time in the darkest depths of the sea. They have a bioluminous dorsal spine that serves to attract pray and communicate with their own kind. As with many deep sea animals, they generally eat whatever they can manage to abait. They rarely leave the ocean floor, surfacing only during breeding season. When they do choose to travel to the shallower depths, they avoid bright lights and will only come up far away from shore.

Dorsal
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EGG: This egg has multiple bands of color on it.
HATCHLING 1: It has brightly colored dorsal fins on its back.
HATCHLING 2: And look! It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Dorsal dragons are so named because they have large fins along their backs that can be raised and lowered at will. They use these fins to regulate body temperature; They raise them to cool off when they become overheated. The bright colors on the fins double as a means of attracting mates.

Frilled
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EGG: This egg has strange markings on it.
HATCHLING 1: It has large frills on its head.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Frilled dragons are smaller than most other breeds, but when threatened, they stretch out their wings and frills to appear larger. They generally do not like to fight, and prefer hiding to confrontation. Frilled dragons live in small groups and often band together to scare off potential threats. Males also use their frills as a way to attract mates, with those displaying the “best” frills being more likely to breed.

Geode
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EGG: This egg is heavy and rough, as if it were made out of rock.
HATCHLING 1: This hatchling doesn’t move much, it appears to be covered in stone.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing. However, the wings look too heavy to fly, and are filled with beautiful crystal.
ADULT: Geode dragons are closely related to Stone dragons. They are covered in a hard stone-like material, as well as beautiful crystal. Their wings are entirely useless for flight, but they help attract mates. The dragons with the most brilliant and colorful crystals are more likely to mate.

Gold
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EGG: This egg is very reflective, almost metallic looking.
HATCHLING 1: Like the egg it hatched from, it is a very shiny gold.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Gold dragons are the ones most often killed by humans, who consider their scales to be extremely valuable. These golden scales grant them a high level of protection, similar to armor, and they use this to their advantage in battle.

Green
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EGG: This egg is sitting in a pile of small pebbles.
HATCHLING 1: It enjoys gathering pebbles and other small rocks and putting them in a pile.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Green dragons are also sometimes called “earth” dragons. They usually live deep within caves, and have power over the earth. They are capable of launching boulders at high speeds, and can cause earthquakes by slamming down into the ground.

Grey
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EGG: This egg is surrounded by fog.
HATCHLING 1: Ever since it hatched, the sky has been full of very dark clouds.
HATCHLING 2: It’s learned to use its new wings very fast, and now you have a hard time keeping it on the ground.
ADULT: Gray dragons are the masters of the skies. They are excellent fliers, and land only to rest and eat. In addition, they have full control of the weather. They are very hot-tempered and easily angered. They will attack any human that bothers them, conjuring strong winds and dangerous lightning.

Guardian
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EGG: This egg is sitting in front of the others.
HATCHLING 1: It has a large, shield-like object at the end of its tail that it uses for protection.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Guardian dragons have a large shield on the end of their tails. Although it appears to be heavy, it is light, yet nearly unbreakable. Guardian dragons use their tail-shields, as well as their wings, to deflect attacks and protect others. Often, they will guard the eggs and hatchlings of a nest while others are away. They are generally peaceful, and will not retaliate unless necessary. They have no need to forage or hunt, as they are fed by those they protect.

Horse
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EGG: This egg has strange markings on it.
HATCHLING 1: It seems to bear some semblance to a horse.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: The dragon horse has an equine-shaped body and hooves instead of claws, which allows it to be a very fast runner. It specializes in running takeoffs, which are quicker than takeoffs from a stand-still. The horse dragon is able to stalk its prey from the ground, and then quickly execute an aerial attack for the kill.

Mint
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EGG: This egg is hidden behind the others, as if it is shy.
HATCHLING 1: It must be very shy, since it keeps hiding from you.
HATCHLING 2: It has gotten slightly bigger! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Mint colored dragons are the most peaceful of all dragons; They eat only plants unless they scavenge meat from an already dead animal. They also have no ways to attack others or defend themselves. They are much smaller than other forms of dragons, since they only double in size when they mature. They cannot use any forms of magic, and cannot fly since they don’t have any wings. Their looks have given rise to the common insult of calling dragons “large lizards.”

Neotropical
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EGG: This egg has strange yellow stripes.
HATCHLING 1: Ever since it hatched, it has been hiding among the tree leaves.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Neotropical dragons are a breed that originate in rainforests. They are fun-loving and enjoy lounging on tree branches, eating whatever fruit they find. They are also often found sunning themselves on rocks, using their large wings to soak up the rays. In the summer, males compete for mates by showing off their striped wings, gliding in spirals down the tree trunks. It is said that the larger the wings, the more likely the male will attract a suitable mate.

Ochre
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EGG: This egg has strange markings on it.
HATCHLING 1: It seems to like you, although it is very hyperactive and difficult to train.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Ochredrakes are a curious species, with a wide array of mutations and interesting behaviors. Not as intelligent as normal dragons, they only breed with other drake species. While they may not be bright, ochredrakes are flamboyant and fun-loving with amazing, chirping voices to sing with, and tame readily in the face of a gentle hand.

Orange
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EGG: This egg has an orange aura radiating from it.
HATCHLING 1: Although, what’s with its eyes?
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Magi dragons are, as their names suggest, primarily magic users. They rarely use physical forms of attack. They eat anything they can kill, which is generally everything. They won’t kill unprovoked except when hunting, although they may kill humans if in danger. Their strong magic makes them one of the most feared breeds of dragons.

Paper

EGG: This egg is tiny and made out of several pieces of paper folded together.
HATCHLING 1: It is made out of paper, and is so small and light, you can hold it on one finger.
HATCHLING 2: The paper has rerranged itself to form little wings which it uses to glide around.
ADULT: Paper dragons are not truly living creatures. They are pieces of parchment enchanted by magic. However, they behave almost like dragons. The only place where their behavior differs is breeding. Paper dragons cannot breed, and are very susceptible to fire.

Pink
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EGG: It’s bright. And Pink.
HATCHLING 1: You think it’s a girl, although you’re not sure how to check.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Pink dragons, however, are one of the only breeds of only female dragons. They eat only plants, and meat during mating season when it is brought to them by their mate. Their bright colors make them easy to spot during dragon mating season, which occurs once every 10 to 20 years and can last up to 2 years.

Pink (new)
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EGG: It’s bright. And pink.
HATCHLING 1: Aww…It’s a cute baby dragon.
HATCHLING 2: And look! It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Pink dragons are primarly 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.

Plant
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EGG: This egg is sitting in a patch of grass and small flowers even though there’s no sun in the cave.
HATCHLING 1: Has a tangle of dangerous-looking vines surrounding it.
HATCHLING 2: Now there’s even more vines. Perhaps something is happening?
ADULT: Dark green dragons, once they mature, appear to become an entirely different species. However, this isn’t true. Rather, they burrow underground and get nutrients from their vines. These vines are sometimes referred to as Dragon Grass. They are very violent, and will use these vines to capture, kill, and eat anything it sees that moves, as well as nearby plants. Luckily, its range is limited, and it can’t use magic. Also, they tend to be easy to spot since they usually kill all plants around them and thus will be surrounded by a large clearing.

Plant  (alternate)
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EGG: This egg is sitting in a patch of grass and small flowers even though there’s no sun in the cave.
HATCHLING 1: Has a tangle of dangerous-looking vines surrounding it.
HATCHLING 2: Now there’s even more vines. Perhaps something is happening?
ADULT: Dark green dragons, once they mature, appear to become an entirely different species. However, this isn’t true. Rather, they burrow underground and get nutrients from their vines. These vines are sometimes referred to as Dragon Grass. They are very violent, and will use these vines to capture, kill, and eat anything it sees that moves, as well as nearby plants. Luckily, its range is limited, and it can’t use magic. Also, they tend to be easy to spot since they usually kill all plants around them and thus will be surrounded by a large clearing.

Purple
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EGG: Wow, purple isn’t a color of egg you expected to see.
HATCHLING 1: You think it’s a girl, although you’re not sure how to check.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Purple dragons are one of the only breeds of only female dragons. They eat only plants, and meat during mating season when it is brought to them by their mate. Their bright colors make them easy to spot during dragon mating season, which occurs once every 10 to 20 years and can last up to 2 years.

Pygmy
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EGG: This egg is so tiny you almost didn’t see it.
HATCHLING 1: It can fit right in your palm.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Pygmy dragons are the smallest breed of true dragons, being the size of a small cat. They are often found around concentrated populations of dragons, relying on their larger brethren to ward away potential predators, and to leave generous scraps. As such, the majority of a pygmy’s diet is scavenged, though they do hunt songbirds and small mammals when the pickings are slim. Due to their tiny size, pygmies do not breed with other varieties of dragons, but select mates within their breed.

Red
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EGG: This egg is rather warm.
HATCHLING 1: It occasionally shoots small puffs of smoke from its nose, like it’s trying to breath fire.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Red dragons are similar to typical story book dragons. They shoot flames, can fly, etc. However, they aren’t evil creatures as depicted in myths, and won’t go around raiding castles, killing knights, or kidnapping princesses. They live in a variety of habitats, from forests to coastlines to abandoned castles, usually in warm climates, and eat whatever living creatures they can find.

Season – Spring
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EGG: The markings on this egg match the weather outside.
HATCHLING 1: It perfectly depicts spring weather.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: 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.

Season – Summer
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EGG: The markings on this egg match the weather outside.
HATCHLING 1: It perfectly depicts summer weather.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: 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.

Season – Autumn
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EGG: The markings on this egg match the weather outside.
HATCHLING 1: It perfectly depicts fall weather.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: 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.

Season – Winter
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EGG: The markings on this egg match the weather outside.
HATCHLING 1: It perfectly depicts winter weather.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: 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.

Silver
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EGG: This egg gives off a beautiful glow.
HATCHLING 1: It’s a cute baby dragon. It gives off a glow that lights up the cave.
HATCHLING 2: Look, it’s grown frills, and the glow around it has become even brighter.
ADULT FEMALE: Silver dragons are arguably one of the most beautiful types of dragons. They live in high altitude habitats such as mountains, and like all female dragons, eat meat only when a male dragon brings it to them. They possess an almost magical aura that lights up any place they are in, and are looked upon with awe by humans, dragons, and animals alike.
ADULT MALE: Silver dragons are arguably one of the most beautiful types of dragons. They live in high altitude habitats such as mountains. Male silver dragons, hunt and eat meat. While not as beautiful or radiant as females, silver males possess better physical attributes, such as strength.

Skywing
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EGG: This egg has strange markings on it.
HATCHLING 1: Unlike the other hatchlings, this one hatched with wings.
HATCHLING 2: It’s back legs have become a second set of wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Skywing dragons spend most of their lives flying in the air. They hunt from the air, diving at prey from above, and land only to rest. They are one of the fastest fliers, capable of extremely high speeds. The webbing at the end of the tail acts as a rudder, allowing them to easily change direction during flight.

Split
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EGG: This egg is split down the middle into two colors.
HATCHLING 1: Oddly enough, it has two heads that seem to enjoy playing with each other.
HATCHLING 2: Its color appears to have changed, and it is now one solid color!
ADULT: Two headed dragons are a special breed of dragons. They have two necks, two brains, two mouths, but one stomach and one main body. The two heads work usually together, but there are times when they will fight each other, attacking back and forth. They use their sharp teeth and wings to hunt large animals, and rarely eat plants. It is unknown what would happen if a two headed dragon were to mate with a one headed dragon, since it has never occurred. They only mate within their breed.

Stone
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EGG: This egg is heavy and rough, as if it were made out of rock.
HATCHLING 1: It stays inanimate most of the time except the occasional flicker of movement, and when it eats.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Stone dragons have a tough outer covering made of a stone-like material. They eat rocks, using the minerals they contain for nourishment and to keep up their stone outer shell. They rarely move, and are the heaviest of all types of dragons. Although they have wings, indicating flight ability, no one has ever seen a stone dragon flying.

Striped
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EGG: This egg has brightly colored markings on it.
HATCHLING 1: It spends its time pouncing on insects.
HATCHLING 2: And look! It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing, and it is now covered in brightly colored stripes.
ADULT: Striped dragons come in a dazzling array of colors, complimented by an intricate pattern of stripes. These bright colors and patterns help attract their favorite food, insects. Because their prey is so tiny, striped dragons must spend a large portion of their day eating. The color of the dragon is usually determined by the dragon’s mate.

Sunrise
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EGG: This egg is glowing as brightly as the sun.
HATCHLING 1: It enjoys sunning itself in the morning light.
HATCHLING 2: And look! It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Sunrise dragons are closely related to sunset dragons. However, their behaviors differ greatly. Sunrise dragons prefer to live in large groups, and enjoy basking in the early morning sun. They are usually most active in the morning, and go to sleep in the early evening.

Sunset
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EGG: This egg is glowing as brightly as the sun.
HATCHLING 1: Its belly is bright red, and it is most active in the evening.
HATCHLING 2: And look! It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Sunset dragons are closely related to sunrise dragons. However, their behaviors differ greatly. Sunset dragons generally live alone or in small packs. They are more active in the evening, hunting and performing all of their daily tasks as the sun sets.

Vampire
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EGG: ??
HATCHLING 1: ??
HATCHLING 2: ??
ADULT: Vampire dragons are members of the undead. They sustain themselves by drinking the blood of others. It is said that they are only “alive” at night, and seem dead or asleep during the day, as they cannot endure sunlight for long periods of time. Vampire dragons can only reproduce by changing the eggs of other dragons, puncturing the shell with its fangs and injecting a venom that kills the baby inside.

Waterhorse
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EGG: This egg is slimy and blue.
HATCHLING 1: It’s kind of shaky on its feet and enjoys playing in puddles.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Waterhorse dragons received their name due to their horse-like physique and endearing behavior. They are capable of surviving out of water, and when on land their skin secretes a gelatinous goo to retain moisture. However, their large paddle feet are better suited for swimming, and waterhorse dragons tend to move very awkwardly when on land. Waterhorses are very friendly dragons, and enjoy playing with humans.

Water Walker
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EGG: This egg seems to be floating on a puddle.
HATCHLING 1: It has long toes, and likes to wander around on lily pads.
HATCHLING 2: Its toes have grown longer and developed webbing! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Water walkers are small dragon that are frequently found around bogs and ponds. While they are flightless, they retain the flight sacs and hollow bones of their airborne cousins. These traits, coupled with their extraordinarily long, webbed toes, allow them to stand on top of calm waters, using their small sails propel them wherever they please. They spend the majority of their life on the water, retreating to the tops of lily pads when the waters become too rough to float atop.

Whiptail
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EGG: This egg shakes from time to time, as if it is eager to hatch.
HATCHLING 1: It is so full of energy that you have a hard time keeping up with it.
HATCHLING 2: And look! It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: Feisty and energetic, whiptail dragons pride themselves on their speed and agility. It is not unusual to see several whiptails racing each other. Though fragile, they can easily evade attacks with their superior speed, and often use their long tails as a weapon, giving rise to their name.

White
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EGG: This egg has a very clean look. It’s completely devoid of dirt and scratches.
HATCHLING 1: It has bright blue eyes, and is as clumsy as any other hatchling, but it never seems to get injured.
HATCHLING 2: It’s grown its wings! It must be close to maturing.
ADULT: White dragons are pacifists, and specialize in extremely strong healing magic. The only limit of this magic is that it can’t bring back the dead. They only eat plants, and never kill living things.

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OTHER (NON-DRAGON) BREEDS

I don’t have any of these breeds, so they will just have the descriptions and not the images unless someone offers to use their dragon as the example.


Blue Dino

EGG: This egg looks like it doesn’t belong, it is brightly colored with white spots. It’s much lighter than the other eggs.
HATCHLING 1: You were right, it’s not the same species as the other eggs. So if it’s not a dragon, what is it?
HATCHLING 2: It’s gotten bigger! Maybe it’ll reach its full size soon.
ADULT: ??

Green Dino

EGG: This egg looks like it doesn’t belong, it is brightly colored with white spots.
HATCHLING 1: You were right, it’s not the same species as the other eggs. So if it’s not a dragon, what is it?
HATCHLING 2: It’s gotten bigger! Maybe it will reach its full size soon.
ADULT: ??

Red Dino
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EGG: This egg looks like it doesn’t belong, it is brightly colored with white spots. It’s much warmer than the rest of the eggs.
HATCHLING 1: You were right, it’s not the same species as the other eggs. So if it’s not a dragon, what is it?
HATCHLING 2: It’s gotten bigger! Maybe it’ll reach its full size soon.
ADULT: Finally, after much feeding, your baby has grown into a full Dino! Dinos can eat almost anything, including things with spikes. In order to do so, they must have very tough stomachs.

Yellow Dino

EGG: This egg looks like it doesn’t belong, it is brightly colored with white spots. It’s much heavier than the other eggs.
HATCHLING 1: You were right, it’s not the same species as the other eggs. So if it’s not a dragon, what is it?
HATCHLING 2: It’s gotten bigger! Maybe it’ll reach its full size soon.
ADULT: ??

Chicken

EGG: This egg is a third the size of the other eggs.
HATCHLING: This is a baby chick, not a dragon. So what was it doing in the dragon’s cave?
ADULT: Well, your “pet” chick grew up into a chicken, but you’re still not sure how the egg got into that cave…

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95 responses to “Dragon Cave Breeds

  1. TULANY

    July 7, 2009 at 6:26 am

    Please take a look at my eggs !!!

    http://dragcave.net/user/CANISLUPOS

     
  2. DragonRider5624

    July 7, 2009 at 1:41 pm

     
  3. Fuzzy

    August 3, 2009 at 11:33 pm

    Veeeeerrryyyy cool. I see that I am an amateur by far at Dragon Cave! I will hope to be up to speed soon!

     
  4. Jade

    August 9, 2009 at 1:57 pm

    You can use my chicken :3
    [please excuse the name, my sister named it that >.>]

    http://dragcave.net/view/n/Chicken%20that%20like%20Steak

     
  5. Kath

    August 27, 2009 at 7:48 am

    Awesome, although it is incomplete. It would be wonderful if you made a full one. (;
    Here are my loved ones:

    http://dragcave.net/view/6AgV

    http://dragcave.net/view/cgMa

    http://dragcave.net/view/mBf4

    http://dragcave.net/view/Q8Tm

     
  6. Amanda

    September 13, 2009 at 3:01 pm

    thnx for doing this! it was nice of you to put: if you dont want to know what your eggs will look like, please dont read any farther! that was sweet that you didn’t want to spoil it for pple. oh, btw, plz check out my scroll: i haven’t gotten a single egg to hatch. :(

    http://dragcave.net/user/dragon_sweetie_984

     
  7. sooo not telling

    September 25, 2009 at 3:14 pm

    awsome guide. I would love to have a vampire or two but for now i just want my first eggs to hatch.
    please click them http://dragcave.net/user/Veilweaver

     
    • imakutemole

      August 12, 2010 at 3:58 pm

      you know you can get quick views by typing eggs around the world into google? :3

       
  8. Soffie101

    October 2, 2009 at 5:11 pm

    Oh oh oh! Mine, look at mine!!!

    http://dragcave.net/user/Soffie101

     
  9. Anonymous

    November 1, 2009 at 1:01 pm

    Your list is so helpful, it’s what I use for my clans. I just want to say that yesterday was holloween, and a new dragon came out. Also, as a side note, there is a purple dino – the pteradactyl I believe. Anyway, I was hoping you’d update your list. ^^

    Thank you so much,
    -Mya

     
  10. Katy

    November 2, 2009 at 3:16 pm

    oh yes! please look at myn too!! by the way, awesome guide!

    here they are: http://dragcave.net/user/Katy_Mac

     
  11. Mya

    November 7, 2009 at 4:54 pm

    http://mirror.dailydragonfix.com/index.php

    Oh, would you look at that! It’s a hatching site! *gasp* Omgosh! You guys should use it!!!
    -Starts dancing around histerically like an idiot-

    Ok, seriously, STOP posting your stupid scrolls! OMFG!!! Dx

     
  12. andres

    November 15, 2009 at 11:21 pm

     
  13. Ingrid

    November 18, 2009 at 3:55 am

     
  14. pedro

    November 18, 2009 at 8:36 pm

    awesome dragons hey can you please click on my dragong at http://dragcave.net/user/destinydragon55
    thank you

     
  15. Valeria

    November 22, 2009 at 10:52 am

    hey check out my scroll :)

    http://dragcave.net/user/Valeria

    thanks!

     
  16. Vepe

    November 24, 2009 at 6:53 am

    http://dragcave.net/view/jBDy

    There, it’s my yellow dino, if you want to use it :)

     
  17. Crazeh_Bunneh

    November 25, 2009 at 7:40 am

    Hello ElementalByNature,

    I have a Blue Dino if you’d like to use it for the guide.

    http://dragcave.net/view/bU1k

     
  18. Silver-Sun

    November 26, 2009 at 11:37 am

    please update this site! There are new eggs to be put up such as Electric, Ice and Magma. You need to update!!!!!!!!

    Oh, yes and plz click on my little guyz at: http://dragcave.net/user/silver-sun that would be nice!

     
  19. tbfhbfg

    December 5, 2009 at 7:26 pm

    Please click on the link!

    http://dragcave.net/view/duhs

    if not…he’ll die…

    By the way, nice page!

     
  20. Earlthehobo

    December 13, 2009 at 1:33 am

    This is so awesome!!
    i love all of your dragons!

    if you have time, could you click on my hatchlings and egg??

    http://dragcave.net/user/earlthehobo

    thanks!

     
  21. theauthor

    December 20, 2009 at 5:39 pm

    unhappy. my first ones died. help.

     
    • AmyGarrick

      February 16, 2010 at 8:30 am

      u forgot the Nocturne breed. theyre sweeeeet

       
  22. Vampy

    December 21, 2009 at 2:32 am

    You can use my yellow dino for the guide, if you wish:

    http://dragcave.net/view/n/Dino%20Galben

     
  23. Stranger

    December 24, 2009 at 6:31 am

    please view my dragons!

    http://dragcave.net/user/aka_chi11

    tnx!

     
  24. Enitsnid

    December 29, 2009 at 9:19 pm

    I agree with an earlier comment that you should update your info about new special dragons such as the magma, ice, lightning, and pumpkin (?) dragons…

    Perhaps you could spare a few clicks for a DC Newbie?

    http://dragcave.net/user/Enitsnid

     
  25. yee-hoo

    December 31, 2009 at 3:58 am

     
  26. Needlehopper/DanielleIsOdd

    January 1, 2010 at 6:42 pm

     
  27. JemClock

    January 12, 2010 at 3:11 pm

     
  28. EragonDragons

    January 16, 2010 at 4:01 pm

    sotidragogon.net can help u egg n hatchling grow n http://dragon-trees.wikidot.com/breed-guide is a better dragon guide

     
  29. DeathSuperior

    January 18, 2010 at 4:40 pm

    I have the other colors of the ‘Striped’ dragon.
    You can use it for your website, I’m okay with it.

    Red – http://dragcave.net/view/CCoU
    Blue – http://dragcave.net/view/a4lR
    Green – http://dragcave.net/view/ZHIB

    And Sunset dragon;

    http://dragcave.net/view/Uha7

    If any of my other dragons can be useful for you, feel free to use their pictures.

    As well, in CS, you can use any pictures of my pets. My nickname is SinkBlood and my ID is 990.

     
  30. bjam89

    February 14, 2010 at 10:16 pm

    thanks for the info

    http://dragcave.net/user/bjam89

     
  31. ...

    February 20, 2010 at 8:04 am

     
  32. umm... why?

    February 22, 2010 at 2:04 pm

    check my eggs out! thanks to this guide i know that my eggs are frilled, day dream, winter and whiptail! yay! look at mine!

    http://dragcave.net/user/tozzie

    AND LOOK AT MY WEBSITE THERE IS A COMPETITION UP THERE!

    http://www.wix.com/tozzie/coolwebs

     
  33. roy

    February 23, 2010 at 11:30 pm

    please click on mine 2 http://dragcave.net/user/roymaster

     
  34. Alysa

    March 3, 2010 at 7:57 pm

    Thanks so much. I love looking at all over of the breeds. Some I have never seen before like the cheese and paper. I really want those! Please visit my scroll and click! http://dragcave.net/user/hawkstarmoonrise

     
  35. james

    March 18, 2010 at 4:27 pm

    take a look at some of my eggs http://dragcave.net/user/aqua72

     
  36. Ari

    March 23, 2010 at 4:58 pm

     
  37. sammie

    April 12, 2010 at 8:29 am

    CLICK MY EGGS ! :D <3

    http://dragcave.net/user/samluvsfob

     
  38. Mushroomlady

    April 16, 2010 at 6:30 am

     
  39. ella53

    April 17, 2010 at 1:05 pm

    You forgot one.

    http://dragcave.net/view/SW2R

    Thats not on there.

    Oh, and browse through my scroll and try and hatch them! ♥

     
  40. ella53

    April 17, 2010 at 1:07 pm

     
  41. hagi123

    May 3, 2010 at 5:31 pm

    clik my eggs [url=http://dragcave.net/view/BsCM][img]http://dragcave.net/image/BsCM.gif[/img][/url]

    a href=’http://dragcave.net/view/BsCM’>

     
  42. darkstarsfire

    May 24, 2010 at 10:07 pm

     
  43. DragonHeart404

    June 1, 2010 at 7:47 pm

    I’ll click on as many people as I can! Can you click mine? Please and thank you! :)

    http://dragcave.net/user/dragonheart404

    Oh and great job! ^.^ Love the dragons! Wish I was this knowledgeable! Hehe ^.~

     
  44. RisaMay

    June 14, 2010 at 12:45 am

    Um, I don’t know if you’re aware of this, but there actually are male purple dragons. They’re just really rare. If you want a picture and description, you can check out my scroll.

     
  45. Xenadawn

    June 14, 2010 at 1:38 pm

     
  46. coolgirlx

    June 20, 2010 at 6:49 am

    Xenadawn i clicked your dragons! Click mine please : http://dragcave.net/user/coolgirlx

     
  47. GreeseMonkey

    June 23, 2010 at 12:34 am

    Here’s mine if anyone would like to see them: http://dragcave.net/user/munchinmonster

     
  48. whittni

    July 3, 2010 at 3:16 pm

    here is my egg, This egg is covered in speckles.

    this guide doesn’t say what it is: ???

     
  49. Automatik

    July 4, 2010 at 2:34 pm

    Great list very helpful

    http://dragcave.net/user/Automatik

     
  50. dancegrl2010

    July 6, 2010 at 6:24 pm

    Plz take a look at my eggs!!!

    http://dragcave.net/user/dancegrl2010

     
  51. Petupers

    July 7, 2010 at 6:57 am

     
  52. seketta

    July 7, 2010 at 11:55 pm

    Vampire Dragon info:

    Egg: This egg is cold and smells rotten.

    Hatchling: This dragon appears to be…dead?

    Hatchling2: This dragon appears to be…dead? Wait, it is active during the night.

     
    • WillowMoon

      July 8, 2010 at 4:18 pm

      thanks seketta! I’ll edit when I have time.

       
  53. Tee

    July 8, 2010 at 7:16 pm

     
  54. Zarago

    July 9, 2010 at 10:46 am

    Yep, you need to add the new Dragons!

     
  55. rovert4

    July 14, 2010 at 11:57 am

    plz help my egg grow to a dragon,thank you so very much.

     
  56. Kittylittmitty

    July 28, 2010 at 4:21 pm

    Help my eggs too!
    Thank you!

    http://dragcave.net/user/Goldenflower

     
  57. bucket

    July 31, 2010 at 1:32 pm

    ty for the info am new to dragon cave so now i know what 1 or 2 of my dragon eggs are:)

    http://dragcave.net/user/chillmaw

     
  58. bucket

    July 31, 2010 at 1:34 pm

     
  59. Jojo

    August 21, 2010 at 11:49 am

    Please visit my dragons!

    http://dragcave.net/user/jojop129

     
  60. darkness

    August 22, 2010 at 8:31 am

     
  61. T.Jazz

    August 26, 2010 at 6:12 pm

    I am so glad there are one of these! Please feel free to help the little ones grow!

    http://dragcave.net/user/T.Marie

     
  62. Lookout21

    August 30, 2010 at 1:05 pm

     
  63. Lia

    September 12, 2010 at 10:00 am

    please help me, cliick on my eggs http://dragcave.net/user/meixiaotian

     
  64. BattKattColourBlak

    September 12, 2010 at 12:47 pm

    http://dragcave.net/user/BattKattColourBlak

    Hiya, please help my babies!!!!

     
    • FooAng

      October 1, 2010 at 1:47 am

      done can u click mine + my hatchlings thx :)

       
  65. Natha7

    September 30, 2010 at 11:44 am

    [url=http://dragcave.net/view/Vd7V][img]http://dragcave.net/image/Vd7V.gif[/img][/url]
    [url=http://dragcave.net/view/Z2nM][img]http://dragcave.net/image/Z2nM.gif[/img][/url]
    [url=http://dragcave.net/view/BjH7][img]http://dragcave.net/image/BjH7.gif[/img][/url]
    [url=http://dragcave.net/view/drBp][img]http://dragcave.net/image/drBp.gif[/img][/url]

    Plz save my eggs!!!! ^^

     
  66. leaflet

    October 1, 2010 at 6:22 am

    http://dragcave.net/user/leaflet

    Please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

     
  67. Silver

    October 4, 2010 at 3:22 pm

    [url=http://dragcave.net/view/bS9A][img]http://dragcave.net/image/bS9A.gif[/img][/url]
    [url=http://dragcave.net/view/OKFb][img]http://dragcave.net/image/OKFb.gif[/img][/url]
    [url=http://dragcave.net/view/CSID][img]http://dragcave.net/image/CSID.gif[/img][/url]
    [url=http://dragcave.net/view/LXGi][img]http://dragcave.net/image/LXGi.gif[/img][/url]
    Please help the dragons!

     
  68. Mary

    October 4, 2010 at 3:29 pm

     
  69. suphasit

    October 16, 2010 at 8:02 am

    CLICK MY EGGS PLEASE!!!

    http://dragcave.net/user/suphasit

     
    • denied

      October 16, 2010 at 12:30 pm

      NO!!!1

       
  70. denied

    October 16, 2010 at 12:33 pm

    Hey, hey guys, GUESS WHAT. There’s something called a hatchery. Use it and stop spamming this effing post. I get email notifs and I’m tired of your self-indulgent tripe. All you manage to do is remind me to block your eggs.

     
  71. anouymous

    October 20, 2010 at 9:55 pm

    http://dragcave.net/user/monkeyme123

    Please see my dragons!

     
    • denied

      October 23, 2010 at 12:28 am

      No.

       
  72. happyclover68

    October 31, 2010 at 11:34 am

    http://dragcave.net/user/happyclover68

    Visit my eggs! They have to hatch soon, and I don’t have many clicks!

     
  73. Meg

    November 6, 2010 at 3:10 am

    Oooh! Thanks for all this great information :)
    Click on my scroll please… http://dragcave.net/user/Meg_Bramble If you need any more dargon gifs, you can use some of mine (eg – Hellfire Wyverns, Ember Dragons and Black Marrows) x

     
  74. Yunektenme x favor

    November 10, 2010 at 9:41 am

     
  75. That Random Chibi

    November 11, 2010 at 2:18 pm

    Haha so many people asking for views. xP

    Anyway, this looks nicely organized, though, to improve, maybe add all adult forms (if more than one for the dragon, specifically the male/female sprites) and add the hatchling sprites (so it looks constant throughout). Don’t forget to add some of the newer breeds. :)

    P.S. The Pink is now called Bright Pink and the Pink (new) is simply called Pink.

     
  76. dragonloverunknown

    November 24, 2010 at 10:15 pm

    can you veiw my dragons (this is for everyone)

    http://dragcave.net/user/dragonclaw1

     
  77. CopperNinjaCat

    December 6, 2010 at 7:22 pm

    YOU SHOULD ALL COME TO MY DRAGONS PLEASE JUST ONE VEIW WON’T HURT!! http://dragcave.net/user/CopperNinjaCat

     
    • denied

      December 17, 2010 at 11:51 pm

      IT HURT ME, IT HURT ME AND NOW MY SISTER IS DEAD BECAUSE OF IT TOO. WE TRUSTED YOU NINJACAT, WE TRUSTED YOU!!!1

       
  78. BONZOWAZHERE

    January 10, 2011 at 9:12 pm

     
  79. XDDXDD

    April 6, 2011 at 4:04 pm

    Visit my Dragon Cave plz!!!

    http://dragcave.net/user/Michellesweet16

     
  80. dragon lover

    August 3, 2011 at 9:57 am

    please visit my dragon cave and click on my eggs :D

    http://dragcave.net/user/silver20496

    thank you

     
  81. Tari157

    November 28, 2011 at 7:59 pm

    If anyone has vampire dragon can you please gift me a egg or help me to get a vampire dragon? My user name is Tari157 I can possibly trade a discontinued pink dragon egg… it is not the new dragons i looked. Its egg discrition is ITS BRIGHT AND PINK and i wont spoil what it is when i grows up. I looked it up it is one of the few discontinued dragon breeds. (it is not the new pink dragons, i have a adult)

     
  82. seacatsmew

    December 11, 2011 at 9:34 am

    I have a dragon thats not on this list, you can come check it out. Also, I have a few hatchlings, my first bred egg, and two adults! http://dragoncave.net/user/seacatsmew I would like any dragon, and any rare would be great!

     
  83. ellelove21

    April 15, 2012 at 10:46 am

    [url=http://dragcave.net/view/v7MR7][img]http://dragcave.net/image/v7MR7.gif[/img][/url]

    [url=http://dragcave.net/view/F8Ynk][img]http://dragcave.net/image/F8Ynk.gif[/img][/url]
    [url=http://dragcave.net/view/FeWAj][img]http://dragcave.net/image/FeWAj.gif[/img][/url]

     
  84. ellelove21

    April 15, 2012 at 10:48 am

     

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