- Wandering the lower slopes of Mount Oly, the witch Tantalia discovered Nectar dragons drinking in the sunlight on the banks of the River Ambrosia -- literally. These gentle creatures actually consume nothing but sunlight and pure water, and it shows in both their radiance and good nature. There are those who will tell you that the dew they carry on their tails will bring immortality to any who drink it, but those are usually people selling little bottles of oil behind the roasted corn tent at the fair.
- —Nogard's description of the nectar dragon in The Book of Dragons
The wings can move freely, independent of the body, and can form a cage around the opponent. The nectar dragon cannot cause serious wounds, but when it is trapped, the nectar dragon can escape.
Nectar dragons are photosynthetic and survive on nothing but sunlight, air, and water.
Behavior and Personality
Relationship to Wizards
The little wizzlings like to play with nectar dragons, they're so sweet!
Origin of Name
Use of Nectar in Wizardry
- Ambrosia (Vonnegut)
- Ambrosia (Dalvan the Fifth)
- Honey (Dalvan the Fifth)
- Mellow (Elmin the Stirrer)
- Butter (Craeporus vonn Wietsius)
- Sweet (Neddard Hill)
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