- One of the oldest known dragon types, the mine dragon spends much of its time deep underground in the cold Dramoria Mines. Because they are often seen running into walls while moving about, it was once thought that they felt their way around using their beards. We now know that they just have really poor eyesight.
- —Nogard's description of the mine dragon in The Book of Dragons
A mine dragon has bluish-gray scales, with an orange cartilage on its underside and wings. It has two horns pointing straight back, some fur-like scales on its face and tail, and large back legs. Perhaps the strangest thing about the mine dragon is how it lives with its large hump. Wizards are still unsure what magic the mine dragon uses to be able to keep its balance and fly with its hump.
Mine dragons have poor eyesight and can't see very far in front of them.
Mine dragons eat mainly Shards of Tull but will eat other rocks and metals from time to time.
Behavior and Personality
Relationship to Wizards
Mine dragons are known for so long that the discoverer is unknown.
Origin of Name
The only thing that is sure about their discovery is that they are named after living in mines.
|Cold Element Dragons|
Lichen Dragon - Evergreen Dragon - Frostfire Dragon - Blue Fire Dragon - Mountain Dragon - Glacier Dragon - Storm Dragon - Hail Dragon - Ice Dragon - Iceberg Dragon - Snow Dragon - Blizzard Dragon - Mine Dragon - Steel Dragon - Phantom Dragon - Glare Dragon - Ruin Dragon - Crypt Dragon
|Metal Element Dragons|
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