The Book of All- The Carrot Dragon Species




Breeding Class:  Drake
Locations found:  Forest, Creche
Elemental Affinity: Nature
Rarity: -Very Common
Diet: Insects, Sunlight, Rocks
Biome: Grasslands
Weight: 225 lbs
Length: 5.5ft Tall / 7ft Long
Population:2367
The Carrot Dragon
150 Clicks Required to Grow


Carrot dragons are one of the oddest species of dragon, lacking wings, and having large, vegetative growths sprouting from their backs. They are very good jumpers, though, and often can be seen basking on the roof of the castle. They have the capability to solve complex problems, often if you put one into cage it will figure out how to get out of it by the time night falls. Their extreme intelligence often gets them into trouble though, as they tend to dig up and mess around with stuff in order to find out how it works. They do not eat or consume food, instead often sitting in the sun for long hours asleep, and when awakened they will be extremely energetic.

Carrot dragons, despite their looks giving them a simple, brain dead look, are unlike most of the other vegetation species. These dragons lack an uncanny intelligence and skill at solving puzzles, although they tend to prefer to be lazy over an active engagement. Stories tell of these dragons actually being used as espionage by mages in the past, though better magic and breeds of dragons have removed this from their resume.

Egg 0 to 60 clicks

0 Clicks
This egg is a deep golden color. It smells faintly of dirt and other creatures try to eat it.
10 Clicks
This egg is a deep golden color. It smells faintly of dirt and other creatures try to eat it. A crack has appeared near the top of the shell.
20 Clicks
This egg is a deep golden color. It smells faintly of dirt and other creatures try to eat it. The crack has grown.
30 Clicks
This egg is a deep golden color. It smells faintly of dirt and other creatures try to eat it. The crack now spans a third of the shell.
40 Clicks
This egg is a deep golden color. It smells faintly of dirt and other creatures try to eat it. The crack now spans half of the shell.
50 Clicks
This egg is a deep golden color. It smells faintly of dirt and other creatures try to eat it. The crack now covers the entire front of the shell.
60 Clicks
This egg is a deep golden color. It smells faintly of dirt and other creatures try to eat it. A hole has opened up in the shell and a pair of eyes peek out at you.
The carrot dragon egg is an unusual egg, giving off a slight musk that tends to attract other dragon to its vicinity. Luckily for the egg, the smell only becomes detectable when the egg is near hatching, and the attempts of the dragon to consume it actually help speed up the hatching process. This eggs deep, golden color often is confused for a rare golden type dragon by inexperienced young mages. These eggs, though, are commonly found in dirt piles around tilled fields in the vicinity of the castle, which allows for the smarter first-years to realize these eggs are all but made of gold.

Hatchling
70 clicks

This hatchling smells of dirt and a faint, crisp smell. It seems to be barraged by some of your other, herbivorous, dragons, but it doesn't seem to mind the attention and can hold its own if needed. It is incredibly energetic.
The young carrot dragon is anything but weak compared to some species of dragon, and it has a sturdy body and thick features that allow for it to take a blow from a creature much larger than itself and simply shake it off. This strength, coupled with its curiosity and blooming intelligence, often causes these young dragons to get in trouble with their mages. Often, these babies will wander into places that they know a dragon will try to eat them, or at least lick them, to get the attention of their mage and try to earn a treat for the ordeal. If a young mage does not catch on to their intelligent hatchlings ploy, the dragon will continue these actions well into adulthood.

Teen
100 clicks
Female
Male


This hatchling smells of dirt and a faint, crisp smell. It seems to be barraged by some of your other, herbivorous, dragons, but it doesn't seem to mind the attention and can hold its own if needed. It has lost a good bit of its energy now, and loves to sunbathe. It seems to be less smelly than before, and attracts less attention.
As the carrot dragon matures, its musk starts to fade and it slowly becomes lazier in its attention and actions. For a mage, this is often considered a blessing after the rampaging energy that the baby had. A mage will soon discover, though, that the long naps and bored looks that their dragon gives them will wear off for a period of time and that the dragon will wake up so energized and excited that nothing can calm it down. These periods of energy, though, are luckily few and far between for any mage hoping to raise a carrot dragon into adulthood. As the dragon matures, it does gain a wide variety of knowledge, so punishing it starts to become hard for anyone who isn't creative.

Adult
150 Clicks Required to Grow
Female
Male


Your carrot drake has finally matured, and it seems to be incredibly smart. It is able to solve small problems to retrieve treats and often seems to scheme to trick your other dragons. It does not smell at all like it did before, and it has gained a much more pleasant smell that reminds you faintly of a flower in bloom. It also seems to love basking in the sun and lazily relaxing, though it does have random bursts of energy that feed its mischievous side.
An adult carrot dragon is a fairly small dragon, around the size of a small pony. Although it lacks in physical prowess and even appearance, it does have an incredible intelligence, only rivaled by Pyro Raptoria and Arcane Dragons. This intelligence allows for these beasts to solve incredible problems that many dragons would sit for hours trying to figure or would simply brute their way through. This intelligence, though, has a limit, and it has not been shown that these dragons have the ability to understand human dialect. Their intelligence is also hindered by the fact that these creatures do not have large amounts of motivation or energy, and are incredibly lazy unless they have rested for a long period of time. Though they have setbacks in these areas, these dragons used to be used commonly as spies when the guild factions were at war.





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