- Originally discovered by the powerful wizard Whitbee, the nosferatu dragon possesses an impressive pair of sweet teeth! However, there is no need to be frightened, as their propensity to bite can be satisfied by dragon treats!
- —Nogard's description of the nosferatu dragon in The Book of Dragons
Murnau Nosferatu Dragon
This is the most common breed. It has a light grey color with a black-yellow tail.
Stoker's Nosferatu Dragon
Discovered by Ramb Stoker, this less known variant has a white face, black body and wings, and red teeth and tail.
Columbian Nosferatu Dragon
This is the rarest variant with very little documentation, to the point its existence is debated. It apparently has a pinkish face with some brown hair at the top, a black body and tail, completely white teeth, and brown bat-like wings.
Nosferatu dragons have black fangs, claws, and horns. They are all very sharp.
Nosferatu dragons eat sugar canes in the wild, and occasionally they hunt on ortreat dragons. However, place a basket of candies before one, and it will eat them in a fraction of a second.
Behavior and Personality
Nosferatu dragons are smart, clever, and sneaky. If any amount of candy is inside a dragon park shared with a nosferatu dragon, it must be hidden and protected carefully. Many careless dragon owners have lost all the candy in their park overnight, then later found a stash of candy inside their nosferatu dragon's habitat.
Relationship to Wizards
Nosferatu dragons usually play tricks with wizards. However, this might not be as nice as it seems at first, as it does this with everything it considers prey. If you have any candy or dragon treats with you, it's better to give it away, to satisfy their hunger. Otherwise, you may be in for a nasty bite from their fangs.
DDLA has ranked them as 3.
Korlo, a small village in Ronstreet, was known for its abundance in candy stores, until most of them were burgled over night. The great wizard Whitbee was called to investigate the criminals, and, after setting a trap, caught a whole tribe of nosferatu dragons.
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