|Blue Fire Dragon|
- We're not exactly sure where the blue fire dragon comes from. We didn't think it was possible. We're also not sure if their fire is cold or hot since no one has been brave enough to test it.
- — Nogard’s description of the Blue Fire Dragon in The Book of Dragons.
The blue fire dragons is very similar to the far more common fire dragon, except that it is bright turquoise blue in color. Its crests, wing membranes and belly are a slightly paler frosty blue.
Blue Fire dragons have large, sharp fangs and claws which they use to inflict serious wounds. The spikes on their wings can also be used as weapons in close quarters, and they can lash out with the spikes on their tails.
Blue Fire dragons are resistant to fire and cold. The spines along their necks protect them from neck bites.
Blue Fire dragons can tolerate both extreme heat and extreme cold. They can sometimes be seen sliding on their bellies across the ice on more northern islands and coasts, or even swimming. They are a good choice for a riding dragon because though they are not fast fliers they have excellent endurance and can carry a lot of weight. They are also highly resistant to magic, especially Pyromancy and Cryomancy, due to being an opposite hybid.
Predictably, the blue fire dragon breathes blue fire, but it hasn't been studied enough to determine whether it is cold fire or hot fire because it annihilates everything that could be used to measure it.
Blue Fire Dragons have a thin skin and must either live in an extremely cold or extremely hot place, otherwise they will die of "not enough heat or cold".
They prefer the hottest and coldest places.
Blue Fire dragons build their nest of volcanic ash when in volcanic regions and with snow in cold regions.
Behavior and Personality
Blue Fire Dragons are mysterious dragons. They oftenly act mean or friendly without really knowing which of the two they are doing.
Blue Fire Dragons live solitary lives. They lived in groups in ancient times, but they have stopped doing that because they would eat each other in times with few food.
Relationship to Wizards
Blue Fire Dragons may act mean or friendly to wizards. They sometimes offer rides, but it is wise not to accept these as they will oftenly bring you to snowstorms or erupting volcanoes.
It is unknown how Blue Fire Dragons find their mates.
The egg is covered by snow or ash until it hatches. The mother leaves the egg as soon as it is layed, but the father stays there and protects the egg. It can predict when the egg is going to hatch and burrows it up to prevent the baby to suffocate in the snow/ash.
As soon as the egg hatches, the father leaves. Blue Fire Dragon infants are able to survive on their own, contrary to their Fire Dragon cousins.
Adolescent Blue Fire Dragons act like adults, as described in the "lifestyle" section.
Adult Blue Fire Dragons act like described in the "lifestyle" section.
Blue Fire Dragons can become up to 60 years old.
It is uncertain who discovered the Blue Fire dragon. The only thing we know for sure about their discovery, is that we know almost nothing about their discovery.
Origin of Name
The dragon gets its name for being a blue-colored variant of the Fire Dragon, as well as the fact that it breathes blue fire.
|Fire Element Dragons|
Poison Dragon - Flower Dragon - Lava Dragon - Obsidian Dragon - Blue Fire Dragon - Frostfire Dragon - Scorch Dragon - Firefly Dragon - Salamander Dragon - Coral Dragon - Smoke Dragon - Blazing Dragon - Forge Dragon - Brass Dragon - Ember Dragon - Heat Dragon - Dungeon Dragon - Watch Dragon
|Cold Element Dragons|
Lichen Dragon - Evergreen Dragon - Frostfire Dragon - Blue Fire Dragon - Mountain Dragon - Glacier Dragon - Storm Dragon - Hail Dragon - Ice Dragon - Iceberg Dragon - Snow Dragon - Blizzard Dragon - Mine Dragon - Steel Dragon - Phantom Dragon - Glare Dragon - Ruin Dragon - Crypt Dragon