The Zulin Dragon was released on January 29, 2013.
Colors: green, red, grey
This egg looks like a mossy stone.
With a creak and a crack, the egg pops open! It lets out a human-like wail whenever you leave its side.
With a creak and a crack, the egg pops open! It lets out a human-like wail whenever you leave its side. It's getting stronger every day and has grown wings! It tries to follow you everywhere
Zulin Dragons are a common sight in rainforests. They live in small flocks of five to ten and become incredibly attached to their flock mates. Their diet is wide and varied, making them adaptable to almost any environment, even ones they are not native to. However, they are most known for their odd nesting habits. Wild Zulin Dragons congregate twice a year to pick mates and lay eggs. Thousands of these dragons gather at ancient temples buried under centuries of thick, jungle vegetation. Once they have picked a mate, they will lay their eggs amongst the ancient, cracked stones and stay to watch over them until they hatch. Who built these temples or why the Zulin Dragons choose to nest here remains a mystery; however, sometimes clues can be garnered from the dragons themselves. Zulin Dragons are known for their ability to mimic words and sounds; adults will often teach the younglings all the sounds they have learned in their lifetime and also the ones their parents taught them. Some of these vocalizations have been passed down for millennia. Among them is an ancient chant in a language long forgotten, eerily reminiscent of the tongues of native peoples from the surrounding area.