Dragon Ranks

Spirit Dragon

The rarest and most elusive of dragons, Spirit dragons are an ethereal mixture of swirling mauves and blues. Their flame is the same colour and nobody knows what the effects are of standing in its path. However, nobody is willing to try any experiments either. Spirits are very peaceful dragons and will always try to find another approach to solving a problem other than fighting. They are the largest of the dragons and are usually female, although males have been known.

Black Spectrum Dragon

The second rarest dragon, they have all black scales with tricolour spines and wing markings. Black Spectrums are fiercely loyal-but often don't get along well with other dragons, although pets and anything that isn't a dragon is fine. They are usually male.

Gold Dragon

These are also extremely rare. They have brilliant golden colored scales and their spines and horns are only slightly paler. There is a lot of misconception about gold dragons; people seem to think that all golds are queens. Golds, like all the others, can be male or female here although female is more common.

Silver Dragon

Silvers are supposed to be one of the most beautiful dragons. They are easy-going, but a little too knowledgeable about their own appearance-ie, they can get a little arrogant and conceited at times. They are only female.

Bronze Dragon

Bronze dragons are seldom seen alone and about the only chance anyone has of bonding with them is from an egg. They are quite shy and have deep bronze scales. They can be either male or female.

Copper Dragon

Copper dragons are unique among other dragons in that the colour of their spines doesn't match their body colour. Instead, they are a shade of blue; usually royal but occasionally a lighter shade like cyan. Their flame is also blue; unheard of in other dragons. They are easy going but can be territorial so anything dragon like living in the same space with them is not a good idea. Like their higher ranking counterparts, Coppers much prefer their own cave and are usually male, with females on extremely rare occasions.

Fire Dragon

(Thanks to Firecomet/Skysong Wolf for this dragon idea. Check out her site here.)

Fire dragons are probably one of the more aggressive types of Sarin dragons. They will, however, protect their bondmate even more vigorously than the others. Fire dragons are, despite their feisty nature, sociable and are rarely seen alone. They get on reasonably well with other dragons and very well with non-draconic creatures. Colors are usually a dark red but can be slightly lighter in tone to almost orange. They can be both male and female.

Blue Dragon

Blue dragons are very outgoing and friendly, and love to share their living space with other cyberpets (this is not a condition for bonding with a blue, however, it does help.) They get on well with everyone and everything and are, in short, a wonderful companion and partner. They are usually male.

Water Dragon

These have been compared to the draconic version of the dolphin, and it's true that they possess many similarities; the love of play, high intelligence. Water dragons cannot fly; instead they use their wings for swimming. Like dolphins, however, they are capable of incredible leaps. They don't breathe fire; rather, they control the temperature around them. When faced with an enemy they can either heat the water to boiling point or freeze it solid. Temperature has no effect on them, although they cannot be near fire for long. They are usually turquoise and always male.

Earth Dragon

(Again, many thanks to Firecomet aka Skysong Wolf for this idea. You can visit her site here.)

Earth dragons are mysterious and elusive creatures, especially so because their gaze is rumored to be able to turn someone to stone. Nobody knows whether or not this is true, but there are very few people willing to put it to the test! Earth dragons come in a variety of colors-basically, if it's natural, an Earth dragon can have it. The most common color is green and brown, but there have been rust-colored ones and rumors persist of sand-colors. They are always male.

Brown Dragon

These are fairly common and generally aren't fussy about who they bond with-but they like someone with a good sense of humor who nonetheless knows how to be serious. They are usually male.

Purple Dragon

The purple dragon is fond of flying, and daring acrobatics. It likes water, unlike most other dragons, and will often be found in oceans or rivers. They can be either male or female.

Black Dragon

The sleek black loves nothing better than to creep up on people under cover of darkness. The whole purpose to a black's life is "if a person moves, sneak up on them. If they don't, then wait for them to move. And then sneak up on them." They are the practical jokers of dragonkind and are usually female.

Red Dragon

Despite being the second most common dragon, reds are fond of pretending that they're the wisest dragons that were ever hatched and are never happier than when interfering in everyone's lives, saying "No, you shouldn't do it that way-here, let me do it!" Despite this, however, they are very faithful (if a little pushy at times) and are either male or female.

Green Dragon

These are the most common dragons and the easiest to get along with. The typical green philosophy is 'anything for a quiet life'. They will generally agree with everything said, although it is doubtful whether or not they actually do agree, or whether they're even listening. Like the reds, there are as many males as females.

Albino Dragon

So rare that it isn't really ranked, albinos cannot stand the sun, preferring to live underground at all times. They make up for this by having near perfect night vision and echolocation. Instead of fire, they breathe poisonous gas.

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