- On a stargazing expedition to the far side of the world, the witch Zoria looked up to the sky one night and it dawned on her that something was very different. What originally appeared to be a wisp of cloud against the night sky very quickly drew into view as an aurora dragon! Though these dragons are a rare observance, they love to show off their luminescent colors to any wizard, witch, and visitor alike!
- —Nogard's description of the aurora dragon in The Book of Dragons
Polar Aurora Dragon
The breed held in parks because of its rich scheme of colors. It is dark blue with variable colors on its horns and wings.
Fox Aurora Dragon
This variant is completely green. The hide has a uniform color, the wings have variable shades.
White Aurora Dragon
The dragons in this variant themselves are completely white. It is the light reflecting from their hide that makes them appear colored. Most commonly foun in northern Ronstreet.
Red Aurora Dragon
This variant was hunted down in ancient times since its blood-like color was associated with bad omens. It is years ago since one of these has been seen and the subvariant might be extinct.
Behavior and Personality
Relationship to Wizards
Aurora dragons like showing off their colors to wizards. Make sure to hide anything they might consider a weapon when you se one, since they are known to attack people holding spears or harpoons, likely since the Red Aurora Dragon was almost hunted to extinction. This has given them a score of 2 on DDLA's threat scale.
When in a park
These dragons are extremely hard to breed because they only require two dragon with at least four different elements, making their to me one of largest amount of breeding possibilities. However, experienced dragon breeders have often no trouble breeding them when the magic allows them to, to the point they get frustrated over their long breeding time keeping them from getting other dragons.
How to care for
Origin of Name