Welcome to Dragon Cave! Dragon Cave is an online adoptables game. Collect eggs, raise them to adulthood, and then breed them to create interesting lineages. New dragons are added regularly!
Gilded Bloodscale Dragons often spend hours investigating every minute detail of caves, making sure their living spaces are arranged exactly how they like. They crave intellectual stimulation and get bored easily. As such, these dragons prefer to lure in their prey using their sharp minds rather than brute strength, often engaging in battles of wits between their two heads to determine how best to proceed. Seen as eccentric by other dragons, they are often shunned by all but their own kind.
Dragons are highly-intelligent reptilian creatures that—from a human perspective, at least—appear to live forever. Many different varieties of dragon exist, each with their own unique qualities, habitats, and behavior. Adolescence in dragons is usually marked by the growth of a hatchling’s wings, although not all breeds of dragons grow wings and some breeds have other traits that indicate the beginning of maturation. In Galsreim, dragons and humans coexist peacefully.
Two-headed dragons are unique enough to deserve a separate classification from ordinary dragons. They have two necks, two brains, two mouths, but one stomach and one main body. The two heads usually work together, but there are times when they will fight each other, snapping back and forth. Their unique anatomy prevents them from breeding with single-headed dragons.
No one can quite figure out what these two's problem is. Despite being incredibly intellectually adept dragons and being two of the teachers that school Magi and Bloodscale hatchlings in their owner's cave, they always seem quite depressed. They refuse to believe that there is any such thing as "hope" in the world, and that it is instead filled with despairs and broken dreams. These Bloodscales believe that the only thing the world has for them is misery and sorrow, and they will wallow in sadness every time something bad or unfortunate happens to them. It appears that the left head takes more depressive action than the right, as it occasionally brings up the thought of suicide. The right head will often go along with it, until the moment of truth when the right head will refuse and deny that he ever wanted death. They try to keep their problems out of the way of the students they teach, but several of their students have tried to approach and cheer them up in fear for their lives.