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Meteor Dragon
Elements: Air
Metal
Type: Hybrid
Rarity: TBA
Form: Bipedal Drake
Diet: Herbivore
Length:
Weight:
Meteor dragons rocket across the skies making them nearly impossible to study. The wizards hatched a plot to hide by a patch of Sarjin Peppers, meteor dragons' favorite treats. After much research and a fair share of failed experiments, the wizards have found a way to attract and keep a meteor dragon in your park. Fun fact: In the wild, the meteor dragon is often followed by a sonic dragon.
    —Nogard's description of the meteor dragon in The Book of Dragons

The Meteor Dragon is a hybrid dragon of the Air and Metal elements. It's main element is Air.

Appearance

The meteor dragon has a characteristic streamlined, torpedo shape. Usually when it is sighted, all anyone sees of it is the bright orange flash of its flame-colored wings. Upon closer inspection, the dragon is a leaden grey, with bright, sharp metallic horns.

Abilities

Weapons

The meteor dragon can reach such high speeds in a dive that it breaks the sound barrier, causing a sonic boom that it can use as a weapon. They are know to use the blades on their tails to slit the wing membranes of other dragons.

Defenses

They land so rarely that they are rarely attacked. But they have razor sharp blades on their tails and necks that protect them from being pounced upon in the air.

Other Abilities

Meteor dragons are among the fastest dragons--they are so fast, in fact, that they are impossible to ride.

Breath Weapon

TBA

Weaknesses

Though fast and agile in the air, meteor dragons are clumsy and awkward on the ground. if injured and made unable to fly, they are practically helpless.

Habitat

Regions

Meteor dragons are typically hatched in Aeolia, but once they are old enough to fly, they will travel the world and can be found almost anywhere, from the Far North to the Great Forest!

Preferred Home

TBA

Sheltering/Nesting

TBA

Diet

TBA

Lifestyle

Behavior and Personality

Meteor dragons are so elusive that not much is known about their behavior.

Social Order

Young meteor dragons often hang out with other fast dragons, like sonic and blazing dragons.

Relationship to Wizards

TBA

Life Cycle

Mating

Meteor dragons will only mate with the fastest of all meteor dragons they meet.

Birth

TBA

Infancy

TBA

Adolescence

TBA

Adulthood

TBA

Life Span

The total life span of a meteor dragon is not known. Individuals have been found that are estimated to be 200 years old, but they are believed to live longer.

History

Discovery

TBA

Origin of Name

Meteor dragons are named because when in the upper atmosphere, they often tuck in their wings and dive straight down to the ground, like a meteor, and are in fact often mistaken for meteors.

Magic

TBA

Notable Dragons

Air Element Dragons

Primary

Air Dragon


Hybrids

Willow Dragon - Pollen Dragon - Blazing Dragon - Smoke Dragon - Sandstorm Dragon - Dodo Dragon - Snow Dragon - Blizzard Dragon - Sonic Dragon - Thunder Dragon - Fog Dragon - Rain Dragon - Chrome Dragon - Meteor Dragon - Wind Dragon - Hypnotic Dragon - Miasma Dragon - Howl Dragon


Golden Hybrids

Orchid Dragon - Inferno Dragon - Smolder Dragon - Bubble Dragon - Vortex Dragon - Verdigris Dragon - Halo Dragon

Metal Element Dragons

Primary

Metal Dragon


Hybrids

Malachite Dragon - Ironwood Dragon - Brass Dragon - Forge Dragon - Iron Dragon - Scoria Dragon - Mine Dragon - Steel Dragon - Magnetic Dragon - Copper Dragon - Rust Dragon - Quicksilver Dragon - Chrome Dragon - Meteor Dragon - Palladium Dragon - Radiant Dragon - Promethium Dragon - Acid Dragon


Golden Hybrids

Thorn Dragon - Molten Dragon - Sulfur Dragon - Lodestone Dragon - Conch Dragon - Verdigris Dragon - Mirror Dragon

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