Male Hatchling

Male Hatchling
Name: unnamed
Species: Red Vasaeken Dragon
Birthday: Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Owner: Danafox

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Stage Progress: 31.08%
Overall Progress: 65.54%

With other companions, there are typically several books on how to raise them, and what to expect. Though volumes about vasaeken dragons do exist, they are not very useful. This is because every vasaeken dragon hatchling is quite unique, and no two are alike. Some are very playful, always looking for something to entertain them, while others are more solitary. How one raises them differs greatly, though an offering of a ripe fruit seldom goes amiss.

If one unexpectedly comes across a wild vasaeken dragon, there's no cause for fear. Of course the natural reaction is to panic – after all, these creatures tower over most trees. and can kill with great ease. Despite their intimidating talons and teeth, however, these companions are known to be gentle creatures. They prefer fruits and leaves over fresh meat, and spend their time searching for rare rocks and jewels rather than hunting. Any item that catches their interest will end up in one of their lairs, carefully organized and polished. Woe to anyone who dares steal from a vasaeken dragon – their vengeance is swift and unforgettable. The thief usually ends up stuck in a very tall tree, and is forced to make a long, hard descent. But should a vasaeken dragon spot a lost traveler, or someone in need of aid, they will find some way to pass the information on to their magi. Although these companions remain far from human settlements, they bond well with their human companions. They are most social during the warmest parts of the year. In the summertime, vasaeken dragons laze about on rocks like lizards, and their scales grow warm enough to burn. Vasaeken dragons dislike colder seasons, and remain in their homes to escape the snow. Like most other dragons, they make their homes in caves that they find or carve from the earth. These dens are always cleverly hidden, often covered in vines or placed under waterfalls. This suits them well, for other dragons do not have much love for them. Other dragons will tolerate the presence of vasaeken dragons, but will not interact with them. Their paths seldom cross, for these companions rarely leave the heart of the forest.

Sprite art: Xenomorph | Description: Damien