- While tending shrubberies one day, the young witch Nee found a young berry dragon playing. She fed it some dragon treats and was amazed when the berry dragon changed colors! Kindly by nature, these berry dragons not only love dragon treats, but love to show off their colors to all the visitors of your park!
- —Nogard's description of the berry dragon in The Book of Dragons
The berry dragon is very round and plump, with a large mouth, large eyes, and four stubby limbs. Its tail is very short and tipped with smooth green growths resembling the leaves of a succulent plant. Its head has similar leaf-growths on the cheeks. Unlike most dragons, the berry dragon's skin is not scaled. It is rubbery and smooth, similar to that of a sea lion or dolphin. When it hatches, the dragon's skin is a light yellow and has a matte appearance, but as it ages, its body shifts color from yellow to red to blue, and gains a stronger shine.
In their juvenile state, berry dragons produce poison in their skin and organs.
Berry dragons eat fruit and only fruit.
Behavior and Personality
Fun-loving, playful and happy, berry dragons never simply walk from place to place--they bounce joyfully.
Berry dragons live in small groups in which they share food equally
Relationship to Wizards
When in a park
How to care for
Origin of Name