Brilliant stripes decorate this otherwise dark egg.
A large dragon hatched from the egg. It's too weak to fly yet, though it tries with all its heart. When it gives up, it instead takes a place of pride on your shoulder.
This dragon has grown too large for you to carry, but thankfully it's mastered flight. There are curious rings around its tail now, too, that appear to be made of dust and probably held in place by some magic. Its colors are becoming even brighter, and you notice among its spots familiar patterns like those of constellations in the night sky.
Interstellar dragons are among the oldest species of dragons. They are also one of the largest. Interstellars live exclusively in wild areas and make their nests in the most remote and inaccessible regions to be found. With personalities as wild and varied as their home ranges, interstellars are difficult to predict and, unless nesting, are always on the move. Nocturnal by nature, every color on their hides is a representation of a celestial body, from the night sky itself to the sun. These dragons typically reject human companionship, preferring friends among dragonkind, and it is a great honor to befriend an interstellar dragon.
Hatching sequence Edit
|Egg||Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3||Stage 4|