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 types of dragons are added regularly!
Spitfires are a desert breed of dragon. Their dull brown bodies contrast with their brilliant turquoise markings, and they only blaze brighter when these dragons fight. Spitfires are notorious for their territorial natures, and the wing-edges of most are ripped and tattered before their first year is out. Spitfires are also noteworthy for their brilliant blue fire, which is used not for hunting or fighting, but rather for making glass caves from the sand, in which the dragons can soak up the sun.
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.
Raised with a motley group of dragons, Pi Sifter is outrageously sociable for a spitfire, though still pretty hotheaded. One may wonder about his name. While he's fine with sorting pies for his baking neighbors, his real work is in architecture. He's one of the few group members who makes careful calculations and considerations when designing structures and other objects. Something needs support here, this dome should wider, the walls should not curve past this amount, and so on. Most of Pi Sifter's creations have a "geometrically-satisfying roundness" (as his admirers say). His designs hold up better than any other dragon's in the group, but competitors would say it's because of his innate glassmaking ability and not his egghead calculations. Scribes list his name and job as "Pi Sifter" in records. The title makes no sense to an outsider, and sometimes Pi Sifter wonders about the poor historians who might get their hands on these documents and have to figure out what a pi sifter is.