As Halloween approaches and the full moon rises, bizarre preternatural variants of both dragon and dino species tend to emerge.
This Ghost Two Headed Dragon looks like something from a fevered nightmare. Each head of this creature sports a prominent ghostly horn, although the left one has been clipped or filed down for safety. The ghostly body iw well armored with claws on both the feet and paws. Small bat-like wings adorn the back, just above the shoulders.
Adult Form for the Ghost Two-Headed Dragon
Below, we see an awesome Dino-Diorama featuring a family of these fabulous beasts. Ethologists are not sure if these spectacular pyrotechnic exhibitions in the twilight sky are a form of ritualized fighting or if they are some kind of dramatic mating ritual. With dragons - it is just impossible to tell. During these awesome displays of power, the mother dragons huddle protectively about their eggs and babies, while the teenagers gather wistfully near the summit of the highest mountain, perhaps wishing they were old enough to join the competition.
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Dino-Diorama featuring a family of Ghost Two-Headed Dragons.
Life Stats for the Dragon
Species Name: GhostTwoheadeddragon Common Name: Ghost Two-Headed Dragon
BiomeID: Desert-3; Tier: 3, but description says tier 4. Rarity Group: Shiny Probability: 0, Sorry can't get by random egg.
Hatch Time: 16 hours, Hurry Hatch: 10 crystals
Cost: 359 Crystals
Descriptions: 1. Watch out! Breathes fire! 2. Two heads are better than one! 3. Can be conflicted with himself
Those dragon pups are sure cute, but keep your eyes open! They just love to blow sparks up your tail!
Here are some additional snapshots in various life stages, from egg, to baby, then toddler and teen.
These beautiful ghost two-headed dragon eggs resemble yin-yang symbols.
These beautiful black and gold dragon eggs resemble yin-yang symbols.