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Labradorite Dragon
Elements: Crystalline
Type: Crystalline
Rarity: Extremely Rare
Form: Quadruped Dragon
Diet: Petrivore
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First discovered in the Plagioclase Caves of the northern lands, the labradorite dragon is best known for its iridescent, itty-bitty wings. What it lacks in wingspan, however, it makes up for in sheer joie de vivre. The labradorite dragon is one of the Vale's friendliest dragons, always up for a game of Dragon Treat Catch or Wand Fetch.
    —Nogard's description of the labradorite dragon in The Book of Dragons

The Labradorite Dragon is an epic dragon of the Crystalline element.

Appearance

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Abilities

Weapons

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Defenses

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Other Abilities

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Breath Weapon

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Weaknesses

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Habitat

Regions

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Preferred Home

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Sheltering/Nesting

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Diet

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Lifestyle

Behavior and Personality

Labradorite dragons are friendly, enthusiastic, and playful.

Social Order

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Relationship to Wizards

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When in a park

Breeding

The labradorite dragon is extremely hard to breed, like many dragons of the Crystalline element, it requires breeding a pair in any order of a chrome dragon and a blue fire dragon.

Habitats

Labradorite dragons are very delicate and can only be placed in any of the four Crystalline habitats.

How to care for

Labradorite dragons are very affectionate and you have to play a lot with them to make them not become sad. They like wand fetch and dragon treat catch games.

Favorite Treat

Labradorite dragons enjoy all treats and will do tricks for them if properly trained.

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

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Origin of Name

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Magic

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Notable Dragons

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