- We're pretty sure this dragon's wings aren't made of lace. After all, how would it fly? Well, magically, one supposes. Okay, so, maybe its wings are made of magic lace. But where does magic lace come from? Magic thread? All good questions.
- —Nogard's description of the Lacewing Dragon in The Book of Dragons
The lacewing dragon has few weapons. Though powerful, the horns are too short to be effective weapons. This dragon avoids conflict and will rely on its speed to fly away.
They shoot a silky substance similar to lace from special membranes to cover their escape.
People often use lacewing dragons a source of fabric.
Their wings are highly flammable but can regenerate within a matter of minuets
Behavior and Personality
Relationship to Wizards
Lacewing dragons are indifferent to wizards. They do not particularly like the company of them, but do not mind it either. Attack one, and it will fly away without fighting back. DDLA has ranked them as 1.
When in a park
How to care for
Origin of Name
Lacewing dragons were named for their wings, which Kaleni assumed were made of lace. This isn't confirmed, though.