The Book of All- The Leaf Midge Species




Breeding Class:  Dragon
Locations found:  Creche
Elemental Affinity: Nature and Time
Rarity: -Common
Diet: Insects, Fruit
Biome: Forest, Grasslands
Weight: 20 lbs
Length: 2.5ft Tall / 5ft Long
Wingspan:6
Population:907
The Newleaf
150 Clicks Required to Grow


Newleaves are one of the most energetic and easily the most inteligent of the leaf midge family, although they lack strength to fight off any bugs from mistaking them for a meal or to defend their territory. This presents a problem, as many newleaves will often find themselves in these situations due to their advanced curiosity. Newleaves prefer to stay in small groups for this reason and it is not uncommon to see multiple ones working together to pick a piece of fruit.


Egg 0 to 60 clicks

0 Clicks
This egg is buried in a patch of small grass and flowers.
10 Clicks
This egg is buried in a patch of small grass and flowers. A small hole has opened up near the center of the shell.
20 Clicks
This egg is buried in a patch of small grass and flowers. The small hole has grown.
30 Clicks
This egg is buried in a patch of small grass and flowers. The small hole now encompasses a third of the front of the shell.
40 Clicks
This egg is buried in a patch of small grass and flowers. The hole now encompasses about half of the front of the shell.
50 Clicks
This egg is buried in a patch of small grass and flowers. The hole now encompasses practically the entire front of the shell.
60 Clicks
This egg is buried in a patch of small grass and flowers. The hole now encompasses practically the entire front of the shell, and a pair of eyes peek out at you.

Hatchling
70 clicks

This cute little hatchling perfectly embodies the mixture of flowers and fresh grass outside. Although quite soft and fragile, it is very energetic and curious.

Teen
100 clicks
Female
Male


This cute little hatchling perfectly embodies the mixture of flowers and fresh grass outside. Although quite soft and fragile, it is very energetic and curious. It's grown quite fast now, and although it is fast it can easily be knocked over by a small breeze. You often find yourself trying to keep it away from doing dangerous things.

Adult
150 Clicks Required to Grow
Female
Male


Your hatchling has grown now and it seems to have not lost any of its energy or curiosity. You often have to lead it away from other dragons who have no intent to share their meal, and you have more than once received the burn this tiny dragon was going to earn. Due to this, you encourage it to stay in a group with other small dragons and have tended to keep it far away from any other species who may see this tiny creature as an annoyance over a curious companion.





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