The Book of All- The Raincatcher Species




Breeding Class:  Dragon
Locations found:  In Creche, Random Fl
Elemental Affinity: Time
Rarity: -Uncommon
Diet: Grasses
Biome: Unknown
Weight: 140 lbs
Length: 5ft Tall / 7ft Long
Wingspan:14
Population:280
The Raincatcher
150 Clicks Required to Grow


Raincatcher dragons are incredibly beautiful to view during nighttime, their vibrant markings glowing in the pitch night, if viewed from above. These dragons though, are more bite than bark, with their colors not only signifying their magical properties- the ability to temporary shift the color of an object- but also their wild and fussy moods. These dragons are otherwise incredibly boring though, especially when caught at their lowest mood, and prefer to stick to grazing and hunting over magic and sparring.


Egg 0 to 60 clicks

0 Clicks
This dull egg has vibrant splotches on its surface.
10 Clicks
This dull egg has vibrant splotches on its surface. A crack has appeared near the top of the shell.
20 Clicks
This dull egg has vibrant splotches on its surface. The crack has grown.
30 Clicks
This dull egg has vibrant splotches on its surface. The crack has now spans a third of the shell.
40 Clicks
This dull egg has vibrant splotches on its surface. The crack now spans half of the shell.
50 Clicks
This dull egg has vibrant splotches on its surface. The crack now covers the entire front of the shell.
60 Clicks
This dull egg has vibrant splotches on its surface. A hole has opened up in the front of the shell!

Hatchling
70 clicks

This small hatchling has a very capricious mood, and it seems to change with the time. Although it has wings, it does not use them to fly at the moment. It otherwise is quite boring...

Teen
100 clicks
Female
Male


This small hatchling has a very capricious mood, and it seems to change with the time. Although it has wings, it does not use them to fly at the moment. It otherwise is quite boring... Its grown now and its moods are even wilder, and it has grown a spiky frill, as well as a pair of tail fins.

Adult
150 Clicks Required to Grow
Female
Male


Your hatchling has grown now, and with the mood changes, it grows vibrant patterns along its back, frills, and wings, that you use to gauge its mood. When its at its most vibrant, it is incredibly cheery and jubilant, but directly after it can be incredibly irritable and fussy. It also seems to be very moody during season and weather changes, though it sadly does not change color to warn you of its temper then.





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