- Olivine first discovered the peridot dragon while researching a thorny plant in the High Plains of Faridat. These proud and august creatures can be seen headbutting each other in the wild as a display of their strength and magnificence... or maybe they're just tired of being confused with emerald dragons. Peridot dragons, like all gemstone dragons, cannot breed.
- —Nogard's description of the peridot dragon in The Book of Dragons
Peridot Dragons survive on eating any sort of crystal.
Behavior and Personality
Peridot dragons are proud, serious, and regal, and get deeply aggravated when mistaken for emerald dragons.
Relationship to Wizards
Peridot dragon bachelors will often try to show off for females, trying to out stage others, with flight manoeuvres, charging other males and simply looking beautiful. Mates commonly get into fights with each other, which can be for fun or to show dominance.
Origin of Name
They were named after the crystals on their head.