Current Dragon




Current Dragon Egg

Elements: Water
Type: Opposite Hybrid
Rarity: Very Rare
Form: Leviathan
Diet: Piscivore
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Though current dragons are mostly known for making people's hair stand on end, it has been said that when no one's looking these rare dragons put on flashy, electrical displays for each other. Maybe if your guests hide they'll be able to see the show!
    —Nogard's description of the Current Dragon in The Book of Dragons

The Current Dragon is a rare opposite hybrid of the Water and Lightning elements. It's main element is Water.


The current dragon looks very similar to the water dragon, except to the fact that it is bright yellow instead of dark blue and has what could be perceived by some as a mean grin on its face.



The current dragon masters Electromancy more than any other Lightning element dragon, except for the Darkling Dragon. It can let lightning strike before his fins and produce deadly electric trails reaching up to 300 meters far. Even touching its skin may be deadly. Their electric power is so strong that it can even kill some Lightning element dragons.


The current dragon first shows of its power to scare of enemies. If that isn't enough, it will just stand still and let the enemy be electrocuted by touching the current dragon's skin. If it battles against a dragon that is resistant to low-powered electricity, it will start to use its power.

Other Abilities

Current dragons somehow are able to swim without electrocuting everything in the water. They are also able to fly and live on land.

Breath Weapon

Their breath is but only one of their powerful electric attacks.


The current dragon doesn't have any real weaknesses; however if one was to cast a grounding spell, it's electrical attacks would become useless.



Current dragons live in the lakes in the Verulean Lowlands and the depths of the Sea of Kimzar.

Preferred Home

They prefer places with a lot of light and thus will never settle in underground lakes or small holes in a coral reef.


Current dragons set an electric field for protection during their sleep rather than building nests.


Current dragons release small electric shocks to electrocute all life in a small area in the water. It will then gobble up all the floating fish.


Behavior and Personality

Current dragons like doing pranks on other dragons, even if those pranks aren't really funny or even dangerous. They won't intentionally hurt someone on purpose outside battle.

Social Order

Current dragons are kind of immune to each other's electricity so they can safely communicate with each other. They like showing off electrical tricks. Other creatures like to give them some room for that for their own safety.

Relationship to Wizards

Few wizards have ever observed their electrical displays. They usually avoid current dragons to not get any pranks played on them.

When in a park


Being an opposite hybrid, the current dragon is difficult to breed. You need to breed a water dragon to any dragon with the Lightning element. It is also good to note that breeding two current dragons will not result in a current dragon.


Current dragons can be put in either Water or Lightning habitats. They can also be put in Omnitats but may get in trouble with any epic element dragons in there.

How to care for


Favorite Treat


Life Cycle


Current dragons of any gender will attract others with fancy electrical displays.


The parents put an electrical field around the egg to protect it from other creatures. Upon hatching, the baby will release a powerful electric wave so strong that, in theory, it would be able to kill Kairos. This way, its first meal will immediately be floating around.


Infant current dragons spend most of their time practicing on electrical tricks.


An adolescent current dragon has almost completely mastered Electromancy. Hunting is no problem anymore, so it can leave its parents to catch fish for themselves.


An adult current dragon will swim or walk around all day hunting and exploring, or just seeing that beautiful piece of coral again. During mating season (August-October) they will try to find a mate.

Life Span

Current dragons become up to 135 years old, though there was once a skull found from a current dragon and research turned out the dragon lived for almost 1500 years!



They were discovered by Nogard when he was sailing on a vacation. He quickly retired from his vacation and took along the dragonling he discovered to inform everyone of this new breed. For his own safety, he casted an electricity-immunity spell before picking up the baby first, though.

Origin of Name

They were named after the electrical currents they produce.


Current dragons are masters of Electromancy and are quite familiar with Hydromancy and Psarimancy too.

Notable Dragons


Lightning Element Dragons


Lightning Dragon


Cactus Dragon - Ash Dragon - Firefly Dragon - Scorch Dragon - Quake Dragon - Crystal Dragon - Storm Dragon - Hail Dragon - Plasma Dragon - Current Dragon - Sonic Dragon - Thunder Dragon - Magnetic Dragon - Copper Dragon - Flash Dragon - Gamma Dragon - Spark Dragon - Wraith Dragon

Golden Hybrids

Ivy Dragon - Thistle Dragon - Tempest Dragon - Lodestone Dragon - Wisp Dragon - Darkling Dragon

Water Element Dragons


Water Dragon


Swamp Dragon - Seaweed Dragon - Coral Dragon - Salamander Dragon - Mud Dragon - River Dragon - Ice Dragon - Iceberg Dragon - Plasma Dragon - Current Dragon - Fog Dragon - Rain Dragon - Rust Dragon - Quicksilver Dragon - Lotus Dragon - Shimmer Dragon - Abyss Dragon - Ooze Dragon

Golden Hybrids

Geode Dragon - Quicksand Dragon - Bubble Dragon - Vortex Dragon - Conch Dragon - Lagoon Dragon - Nectar Dragon - Trench Dragon