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2019-04-27 - April Dragon Release

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It seems these two breeds each have one adult  sprite for both male and female, or doesn't it?

Is there any case where two genders of a breed share the same sprite at stage 2 of hatchling but grow up to be two different sprites at adult?

Edit: nvm I found Aeon as an example.

 

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But as TJ only has two of each, that suggests it's not the case this time :)

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Pretty new dragons! The vibrant hatchies are so cute, lovely :wub:

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I LOVE the new Dragons! Can't wait until the mature. Thanks TJ

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Thanks for these pretty hatchies, Process and Infinis. :)

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Is this new Pygmy going  going to be our first true aquatic pygmy? It is awesome!!

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Well, I got the pygmy at least but have seen no sign of the other egg in either the Desert or Jungle. But they do look quite nice.

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7 hours ago, Haki said:

It seems these two breeds each have one adult  sprite for both male and female, or doesn't it?

Is there any case where two genders of a breed share the same sprite at stage 2 of hatchling but grow up to be two different sprites at adult?

Edit: nvm I found Aeon as an example.

 

 

only one sprite, otherwise there'd be 3 of them, one for a hatchie freeze, and one for male and female adult sprites. Since there are only 2, it means there's just a hatchie and one adult

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Lovely hatchlings.  Shame we have to wait until Tuesday to see the adults.

Thanks for the new release!

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Woohoo! I missed the initial flood and from reading the thread I was terrified it would take me a long time but I’ve almost reached my goal (2m 2f of each) and I’ve only been playing for 15 minutes! I just have to wait for my Blancblack egg to hatch, it’s ready to but it hasn’t yet, and then I can get the last one!

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Yay, new dragons!

Really curious to see what their adult form looks like~

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I think the vibrant S2 hatchies are just about the most uplifting ones I've ever seen.  They just look like young dragons having fun and enjoying themselves in their pose!

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Yay new eggs :lol:

Got a light one, but the eggs in the Coast go fast. I hope I'll have more luck at the hour drop.

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Wow, that colorful one looks nuts. im not the biggest fan of pygmies...but did enjoy that one spooky one. giving this one a chance but ill prob enjoy the colorful one more...

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6 hours ago, hydramorph said:

Is this new Pygmy going  going to be our first true aquatic pygmy? It is awesome!!

Don't we already have an aquatic pygmy?

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51 minutes ago, Arkee said:

Don't we already have an aquatic pygmy?

 

I think they mean count as a leviathan body type.  The Seawyrm is currently a lindwyrm, not a leviathan.

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8 hours ago, hydramorph said:

Is this new Pygmy going  going to be our first true aquatic pygmy? It is awesome!!

 

1 hour ago, Nectaris said:

 

I think they mean count as a leviathan body type.  The Seawyrm is currently a lindwyrm, not a leviathan.

This pygmy isn't a leviathan either though.

 

It has wings. So, it's probably a western (a stocky, 4-legged, winged dragon.)

 

Leviathins all have noodley bodies and fins except Shallow waters, which have visibly webbed feet and are a bit closer to wingless western, but with dorsal, tail, and head fins.

 

So, this pygmy wouldn't be the first aquatic pygmy in either case.

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51 minutes ago, Shokomon said:

 

This pygmy isn't a leviathan either though.

 

It has wings. So, it's probably a western (a stocky, 4-legged, winged dragon.)

 

Leviathins all have noodley bodies and fins except Shallow waters, which have visibly webbed feet and are a bit closer to wingless western, but with dorsal, tail, and head fins.

  

So, this pygmy wouldn't be the first aquatic pygmy in either case.

 

Oh I agree, I doubt that it is a leviathan(though it isn't necessarily impossible, just highly unlikely), I was just trying to answer the other user.

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Ack! Wasn't expecting a release this weekend! Eep! Hope I can grab some quickly.

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Still need a couple more days for them to grow up and I'm already impatient, haha.

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