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I'm only uploading this one since it was the first one made and all the subsequent recolors were based off of this. It's the dragon cave 'Prize Dragon.' Wooo.
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This is a concept for Dragon Cave. It is not to be used elsewhere.

The name of this dragon is not finalized. It is based on the colors and patterning of the hyacinth macaw, and will be part of a much larger series of dragons based on different varieties of macaw.

The dual claws on the wings are inspired by the hoatzin. I also thought this helped them avoid resembling birds too closely.

I actually finished this sprite awhile ago and forgot to upload it! More of this series to come in the future.
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This little critter was another Egg Game submission. The original egg was red with a yellow swirl. Hence where the spiral, prehensile tail inspiration came from.

Red and yellow reminded me of warning colors on poisonous animals, and a coral snake's coloration came to mind when thinking of reptiles.
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This is a concept for Dragon Cave, suggested by Hawktalon. It is not to be used elsewhere.

The Harptail is born with a few long thick hairs on its tail. As the dragon grows, these hairs eventually fuse to form the strings of a "harp". A dragon plucks the strings to find a mate that complements his/her unique melody. While the female has a lyre-like tail, the male's tail is more reminiscent of a concert harp.
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This is a concept for Dragon Cave, suggested by DragonGirl10188. The name is not finalized.

These nocturnal arctic-dwelling dragons howl a mysterious song that is known to put creatures to sleep.

These dragons are able to fly magically without the aid of wings.

The male's fur is more golden in color than the female's. Their fur is soft, warm, and easy to pull out. The warm fur is very valuable so the dragons are hunted for it, which leads to them being somewhat rare.
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This is a concept for Dragon Cave, suggested by DragonGirl10188. The name is not finalized.

These nocturnal arctic-dwelling dragons howl a mysterious song that is known to put creatures to sleep.

These dragons are able to fly magically without the aid of wings.

The male's fur is more golden in color than the female's. Their fur is soft, warm, and easy to pull out. The warm fur is very valuable so the dragons are hunted for it, which leads to them being somewhat rare.
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This is a concept for Dragon Cave, suggested by Hawktalon.

These dragons are born with a few long hairs on their tails, which eventually fuse to become "harp" strings. The female's tail is in the style of a lyre, while the male's is more like a traditional harp. The dragons pluck the strings in order to find a mate that compliments their own unique song.

The color scheme is meant to mimic colors you might find on a concert harp. Many that I have seen are pale wood with gold scrollwork, which I tried to reflect here with both colors and wing patterns. The dark mane was inspired by darker harps, and also helps the "strings" show up better.

Please do not use without permission!
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This sprite is very old, but I used it as my avatar for a long time. I've improved quite a bit since making this. However, for classic enjoyment, here she is.
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not free use
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This is my interpretation of Sceptile100's Double-Winged Dragon concept for Dragon Cave.

The dragon's defining characteristic is two pairs of wings - one feathered, one draconic. Its coloration roughly mimics that of a peregrine falcon.

Carthasis was a huge help when it came to fixing my embarassing hackjob on the wings. This beasite also stands out beautifully against the scroll background.
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