- Triple the heads, triple the cute, triple the love of Dragon Fruit!
Some say its eyes are little bit freaky, but the cerberus dragon isn't mean---just cheeky!
Its breath is worse than its bite, it's said, but yours would be, too, with that many heads!
- —Nogard's description of the cerberus dragon in The Book of Dragons
Cerberus dragons would eat malign Olymen which were provided by Stygian dragons. This day, the stygian dragons hunt for beasts and other creatures to feed these dragons. However, cerberus dragons enjoy hunting for small prey themselves too.
Behavior and Personality
The cerberus dragon appears frightening, but it is not actually aggressive. It can be dangerous if its eggs or its mate is attacked, however.
Usually, a group of cerberus dragons would serve a Stygian dragon, just as the hydra dragons served the squall dragons, the cyclops dragons served the thunderbolt dragons, the elysium dragons served the herald dragons and the victory dragons would serve the valor dragons. In return, the Stygian dragon provides the cerberus dragon with food, making them the dragons with the biggest connection to their "bosses".
Relationship to Wizards
Cerberus dragons are described as cute and make great companions.
When in a park
How to care for
After the Destruction of Divinity, the number of wild cerberus dragons dwindled, as they lost their food source. Since there was not enough time to learn to hunt, they jumped in Tartarus on purpose to prevent becoming extinct. After the Divine Dragons, including the Stygian Dragon returned, not long after, the cerberus dragons returned too.
Origin of Name
|Bronze Olympus Dragon - Silver Olympus Dragon - Gold Olympus Dragon - Snowy Bronze Dragon - Snowy Silver Dragon - Snowy Gold Dragon - Cyclops Dragon - Hydra Dragon|
|Victory Dragon - Elysium Dragon - Muse Dragon - Fates Dragon - Herald Dragon - Valor Dragon - Stygian Dragon - Squall Dragon - Thunderbolt Dragon - Trimera Dragon - Cerberus Dragon - Dawnbringer Dragon|