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== Breeding ==
 
== Breeding ==
[[Breeding]] a pair of Giant Colothian Luck Dragons requires one [[Minty Green Stone|green stone]]. They have 1-2 babies per litter and require 25 days to gestate. The gestation period can be lowered to 12 days by using [[Yellow Pregnancy Potion|pregnancy potions]]. They cannot be used to breed any [[hybrids]] at this time.
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[[Breeding]] Luck Dragons is currently not possible. They will become breedable once they have received artwork for their final stages.
  
 
== Encyclopedia Entry ==
 
== Encyclopedia Entry ==

Latest revision as of 22:29, 8 November 2019

Giant Colothian Luck Dragon
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Species Luck Dragon
Pattern Giant Colothian
Release Date September 10th 2015

The Giant Colothian Luck Dragon was first released on May 10th of 2015. They can come in every colour.

Acquisition

Giant Colothian Luck Dragons are currently not available in any site shops or quests. They can be bred or purchased from other players.

Breeding

Breeding Luck Dragons is currently not possible. They will become breedable once they have received artwork for their final stages.

Encyclopedia Entry

This young creature is known as a Colothian luck dragon. It and its relatives are found on the world of Colothys, where they may grow to a length of over 20 feet. They live in pairs and prey on a variety of animals smaller than themselves. They have a surprising ability to carry off prey into the air that are nearly as large as they are.

The Colothian luck dragon is known to have special powers. As it grows older it becomes able to fly by levitation, and it also is believed to grant those that are close to it good luck. This mysterious and powerful creature is also thought to be extremely intelligent. This intelligence can make it difficult to keep as a pet, but once you earn its trust, it will be deeply loyal.

This Colothian luck dragon is quite large for his age. Size variations occur in all creatures and often make them more adaptable. Larger individuals can physically dominate those smaller than them more easily, but they also need more food.