- It may take some careful reflection to figure out if the mirror dragon is coming or going, but that didn't stop the wizard Vujade from declaring them to be the fairest dragons of them all.
- —Nogard's description of the mirror dragon in The Book of Dragons
If a predator sees through the mirror dragon's disguise, it can bite pretty hard.
The symmetrical likeness of the mirror dragon's is used to bemuse their predators.
The mirror dragon can emit small sparks of light from its mouth. The sparks are magnified by the dragon's frill, which blinds enemies.
The mirror dragon is not very fast, and must rely heavily on its predator's idiocy.
The mirror dragon is found in the foothills of the Glittergold Mountains, and nowhere else that we know of.
This dragon is frequently found in the desert, but it is also found deep in caves.
Its great biting power serves it well in its quest to devour insects, and you should provide it with plenty of roaches, termites, and other bugs for feeding. It is not averse to eating plants, but prefers insects.
Behavior and Personality
Relationship to Wizards
Being a little more intelligent and informed than the generic dragon, us humans can usually see through the mirror dragon's "disguise", which caused the dragon to develop a distaste for humans. They don't pose actual threats though, unless you actually attack them.
DDLA has ranked them as 1, since even if heavily provoked, the mirror dragon is very unlikely to cause a lot of harm.
Origin of Name
The mirror dragon is named after the fact that it is almost symmetric.
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