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Rufus the Mellow Soil Dragon

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Owner: Jeredu
Species:Soil Dragon
Gender: Female
Orgin: Creche
Season: Spring
Time: Afternoon
Birthdate: 02-07-2018 17:31:51

Rufus has a Garnet Tiny to play with! They have bonded 1 times.

Soil dragons are a very reclusive breed in their early life, and often take to burrowing in the soil for weeks on end before they appear back above ground to drink or investigate any new arrival to the castle. There is not much known about them, but it is hypothesized that they may consume roots of plants underground. It is said that wherever one burrows underground, an egg of any species of vegetable dragon can be found nearby, due to the symbiotic relationship in between them. They often eat the roots of the weeds near to the vegetable dragons while the vegetable dragons root around for choice soil to absorb nutrients. They also help by tilling the soil and keeping it constantly airiated around them, and the vegetable dragons in return often let the soil dragons have a part of any hunt they have.

Soil dragons are an odd, outstandingly different species of dragon. They are highly elusive once hatched, although their eggs are easily found around farms and gardens, hinting that they prefer to live in tilled soil that has few roots and stones to get in their way of burrowing. Most info on them is very vague and has not been proven to be true, but what is known is that they have long, slender striped bodies with large claws for digging and four small eyes. The few that are spotted are often lethargic and discolored, making it impossible to tell whether or not any further info is true.

Drakes are described in the old lore as being bulky, flightless draco who possess a distinct lack of smarts and flame. In the new world, they still fall under this description, but drakes may have large, useless wings that may be used to swim with or used as a way to attack and protect their owner. They still are often confused for dragons, and many a time a drake has caused a bought of panic in a village for fear that the town may burst into fire.

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