Salamander Dragon

Salamander Dragon Adult


Salamander Dragon Baby

Salamander Dragon Egg

Elements: Fire
Type: Hybrid
Rarity: Uncommon
Form: Quadruped Dracon
Diet: Carnivore
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Salamander dragons love to sleep in old logs. Sometimes when they snore, their breath catches the logs on fire. Luckily, their watery skin protects them and the bed of ashes is comfortable enough that their slumber is never disturbed.
    —Nogard's description of the salamander dragon in The Book of Dragons

The Salamander Dragon is a hybrid dragon of the Fire and Water elements. It's main element is Fire.





The salamander dragon can breathe controlled fire. It can breathe just enough fire to defeat the opponent and harm the environment as little as possible. However, when they snore or sneeze, they often accidentally set fire to the environment, but they jump on the fire to stop it with its watery skin. They also have sharp claws and teeth.


The watery skin of the salamander dragon protects it from fire. The dragon's skin is also slimy, allowing it to escape even when firmly gripped. They are excellent swimmers.

Other Abilities

Like many water hybrids, this dragon has both lungs and gills. They are among the best swimmers.

Breath Weapon

The salamander dragon has a controlled fire breath.


The salamander dragon is never disturbed in its sleep; so even when you fiercely damage it during its sleep, they will not wake up, giving opponents an easy chance. In dry places they usually die in a matter of time.



The salamander dragon can live in Fire habitats in parks, but in the wild, it does not like hot and dry places. It settles mostly near Lake Kes and Nes Lake, though some are spotted on islands in The Crimson Sea.

Preferred Home

The salamander dragon prefers wet places with a lot of logs or stones to sleep on/in.


The salamander dragon hides itself between rocks or in hollow logs.


The salamander dragon is a carnivore and will eat about anything that crosses its path and is not too big to fit in its mouth. It prefers frogs, snakes, and salamanders. They sometimes eat insects and fish too. Some even eat hatchlings and eggs of other dragons.


Behavior and Personality

Salamander dragons are friendly to creatures bigger than themselves, but are also a bit afraid of very big creatures and will rather flee from those. They are especially afraid of adult Air elemental dragons.

Social Order

The salamander dragon lives on islands and near lakes in big groups, however they do mostly not interact with each other.

Relationship to Wizards

Young humans are warned to stay away from these hungry beasts. However, grown up and big adult humans can count on safety.

When in a park


The salamander dragon can easily become a dragon in your collection. You just need the Fire and Water elements. They are always available to breed.


You can keep them in Water, Omnitats, and Spooky habitats. You can keep them in Fire habitats too, but that requires special care.

How to care for

They must be taught that eating other dragons and humans is not acceptable in their early youth in parks. If one is kept in a Fire Habitat, you must also continuously cast Hydromancy spells over it to make it stay hydrated.

Favorite Treat

Their favorite treat is Berry Bauble, of course.

Life Cycle


The male attracts the female by a scent and with his looks. Some even sing.


This is one of the few dragons known to lay multiple eggs at the same time. The female carries all the eggs on her back.


The infant is protected by the parents all the time.


The adolescent is set free by the parents. Its menu is much more limited, considering it is much smaller.


The adult has a big menu and an almost undisturbed life.

Life Span

Salamander dragons generally can become about 50 years old. The ones that grow older than 60 will almost surely become around 100 years old.



The salamander dragon was discovered by Hydromancy apprentice Herald Gripper. After the accident with the quicksilver hatchling in the Water habitat, the next time he built one he surely checked that what he picked up was a log. It was, but he invented the "Super-Fast Swimming" spell when a baby salamander dragon crawled out.

Origin of Name

The salamander dragon is named after its resemblance to the water salamander Triturus Cristatus.


Salamander dragons are associated with Pyromancy and Hydromancy, and a bit of Psarimancy.

Notable Dragons

Water Element Dragons


Water Dragon


Swamp Dragon - Seaweed Dragon - Coral Dragon - Salamander Dragon - Mud Dragon - River Dragon - Ice Dragon - Iceberg Dragon - Plasma Dragon - Current Dragon - Fog Dragon - Rain Dragon - Rust Dragon - Quicksilver Dragon - Lotus Dragon - Shimmer Dragon - Abyss Dragon - Ooze Dragon

Golden Hybrids

Geode Dragon - Quicksand Dragon - Bubble Dragon - Vortex Dragon - Conch Dragon - Lagoon Dragon - Nectar Dragon - Trench Dragon

Fire Element Dragons


Fire Dragon


Poison Dragon - Flower Dragon - Lava Dragon - Obsidian Dragon - Blue Fire Dragon - Frostfire Dragon - Scorch Dragon - Firefly Dragon - Salamander Dragon - Coral Dragon - Smoke Dragon - Blazing Dragon - Forge Dragon - Brass Dragon - Ember Dragon - Heat Dragon - Dungeon Dragon - Watch Dragon

Golden Hybrids

Pepper Dragon - Soot Dragon - Inferno Dragon - Smolder Dragon - Molten Dragon - Sulfur Dragon