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Forest Dragon

Forest Dragon Adult

ForestDragonJuvenile

Forest Dragon Baby

Forest Dragon Egg

Elements: Plant
Earth
Type: Golden Hybrid
Rarity: Common
Form: Quadruped Dracon
Diet: Omnivore
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Often seen stomping around with moss dragons, the forest dragon is a particularly social creature. Similar to the evergreen dragon, you'll often see forest dragons frolicking in groups.
    —The Great Nogard's description of the Forest Dragon in The Book of Dragons

The Forest Dragon is a rare golden hybrid with the elements Plant and Earth. It's main element is Plant.

Appearance

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Abilities

Weapons

Forest dragons can charge at enemies with their rootlike horns, or pounce on them and attack them with their sharp teeth. but as far as dragon weapons go, they are not good fighters and would rather flee than attack.

Defenses

Forest dragons are incredibly fast and agile. They walk as quietly as a panther and blend in with the shadows of the forest. When they hear an unfamiliar sound, they crouch and become motionless, so they are more difficult to spot. They rely mainly on safety in numbers.

Other Abilities

Forest dragons have a very sensitive sense of smell. They can swim if necessary.

Breath Weapon

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Weaknesses

Forest dragons are not good fighters. If one is spotted and separated from the herd, it is unlikely to be able to fight the predator off.

Habitat

Regions

Forest dragons are found throughout the Great Forest, the Forests of Farn, and some are even found near the Sandara Desert.

Preferred Home

Forest dragon herds typically spend their time roaming about. They are found anywhere there is foliage and prefer moderate climates.

Sheltering/Nesting

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Diet

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Lifestyle

Behavior and Personality

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Social Order

Forest dragons live in large herds. Most herds have about 60 members, though some are reported to have more than 150. There is no official leader of the herd, though oftentimes a few members of the herd tend to be in charge in where the herd goes. If they move, the rest of the herd moves too.

Relationship to Wizards

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When in a park

Breeding

A forest dragon is a rare outcome of Plant and Earth element dragons.

Habitats

Forest dragons can live in Omnitats, Spooky, Earth, and Plant habitats.

How to care for

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Favorite Treat

Forest dragons like Dragon Roots, Talontaters, Omega Squashes, and Kraken Kabbages.

Life Cycle

Mating

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Birth

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Infancy

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Adolescence

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Adulthood

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Life Span

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History

Discovery

The story of the forest dragon's discovery is an odd one. Long ago, a young apprentice was sent into the woods by his scouting party to check for signs of dragons. It was dark and the apprentice couldn't see much. Suddenly, shapes he had thought were dead trees moved around him. They were dragons! Terrified, he screamed and ran back. It was some time before he could gain enough breath to explain himself, and when asked if he had met a dragon he gasped, "It's a whole forest of dragons!" The name stuck.

Origin of Name

The forest dragon's name was coined when it was discovered, and the name stuck, as detailed above.

Magic

Forest dragons are proficient with Arboromancy and Terramancy and have some control over Chloromancy and Herbomancy.

Notable Dragons

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References

Earth Element Dragons

Primary

Earth Dragon


Hybrids

Tree Dragon - Moss Dragon - Lava Dragon - Obsidian Dragon - Glacier Dragon - Mountain Dragon - Quake Dragon - Crystal Dragon - Mud Dragon - River Dragon - Dodo Dragon - Sandstorm Dragon - Scoria Dragon - Iron Dragon - Sand Dragon - Glass Dragon - Root Dragon - Cave Dragon


Golden Hybrids

Forest Dragon - Soot Dragon - Arctic Dragon - Geode Dragon - Quicksand Dragon - Plains Dragon

Plant Element Dragons

Primary

Plant Dragon


Hybrids

Poison Dragon - Flower Dragon - Tree Dragon - Moss Dragon - Evergreen Dragon - Lichen Dragon - Cactus Dragon - Ash Dragon - Swamp Dragon - Seaweed Dragon - Pollen Dragon - Willow Dragon - Ironwood Dragon - Malachite Dragon - Meadow Dragon - Luminous Dragon - Fungus Dragon - Nightshade Dragon


Golden Hybrids

Pepper Dragon - Forest Dragon - Conifer Dragon - Ivy Dragon - Thistle Dragon - Orchid Dragon - Thorn Dragon - Bramble Dragon