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Topaz Dragon

Topaz Dragon Adult

TopazDragonJuvenile

Topaz Dragon Baby

Topaz Dragon Egg

Elements: Gemstone
Type: Gemstone
Rarity: Extremely Rare
Form: Bipedal Drake
Diet: Petrivore
Length:
Weight:
On the edge of The Shimmering Isles, in the Crimson Sea, one of smaller, more mysterious islands is home to the topaz dragons. Due to their isolation, topaz dragons are a bit shy, but eventually they warm up and are one of the friendliest dragons in existence. Topaz dragons, like all gemstone dragons, cannot breed.
    —Nogard's description of the topaz dragon in The Book of Dragons

The Topaz Dragon is an epic dragon of the Gemstone element.

Appearance

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Abilities

Weapons

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Defenses

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Other Abilities

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Breath Weapon

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Weaknesses

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Habitat

Regions

Topaz dragons live on the northern part of The Shimmering Isles and can be seen swimming in The Crimson Sea.

Preferred Home

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Sheltering/Nesting

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Diet

Topaz dragons eat one topaz crystal a day, and at the end of the day they generate two! (Or at least in the wild)

Lifestyle

Behavior and Personality

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Social Order

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Relationship to Wizards

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When in a park

Breeding

Topaz dragons can be bred by breeding a cactus dragon to a firefly dragon.

Habitats

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How to care for

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Favorite Treat

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Life Cycle

Mating

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Birth

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Infancy

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Adolescence

Thought larger than their infant stage, an adolescent topaz dragon still has no wings and cannot fly.

Adulthood

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Life Span

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History

Discovery

Topaz dragons were discovered by the Hydromancer Koostow on the island Enigaas.

Origin of Name

Like all Gemstone dragons, the topaz dragon is named after the crystal it resembles.

Magic

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Notable Dragons

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