- Sakura dragons, also sometimes called Cherry Blossom dragons, appear in the springtime when they bask in the beauty of spring's new growth. Villages where Sakura dragons visit will hold celebrations and picnics beneath these docile dragons' flowered wings in honor of the season.
- —Nogard's description of the sakura dragon in The Book of Dragons
Behavior and Personality
Relationship to Wizards
Male sakura dragons look for the female with the most flowers.
Origin of Name
Their name comes from the resemblance they bear to Sakura trees (a.k.a. cherry blossoms).
Sakura dragons can use Chloromancy and a bit of Terramancy. These dragons also have some control over Arboromancy. Although they have the Fire element in their elemental makeup, they have no control over Pyromancy. Wizards bonded to a sakura dragons can cast minor Pyromancy spells, though.