While these vibrant tiny dragon eggs are super eye-catching, they all share a somewhat dark past, one that we're hoping the hatchlings once they've joined the world aren't stunted by. Each dragon egg is from the MetaMagick family, a species of dragon with an exceptionally strong aura and penchant for magical workings of all kinds. They're pretty uncommon, making them one of dozens of species frequently trafficked on the black market, and that's what happened to these little ones. They were seized in a raid recently where an illegal mythical creature selling ring was well underway. We were tapped to rescue and rehabilitate a good number of the creatures and most won't be ready for adoption for several more months at the earliest but these eggs need to hatch in a stable home for the best future.
MetaMagick dragons are natural conduits, which means that no matter where they are or what they’re doing, they’re bound to produce minor magical occurrences - suddenly blooming flowers, the clearing out of rain clouds, sudden bursts of sunshine on a downtrodden soul. As a result, these happy-go-lucky dragons are a favorite of witches, wizards, druids and all other magick users. They seem to be pretty diversified, and region and heritage play a big role in the kinds of minor magic displays that happen with each dragon. They average in size from medium to large though, and seem to have a pretty standard life cycle - adolescence around twenty years, maturity around fifty.
Care of Dragon Eggs
Your Aviary original dragon egg is a completed piece - each scale is sealed against normal wear and tear to ensure a long life. Please do not get your dragon egg wet, pull at the scales or otherwise mishandle. These are not child-proof eggs. Please also note that there is no actual hatching expectation.
*All boxes ship with tracking!* PLEASE NOTE our new shipping window is 3-5 days after purchase. If you need your dragon shipped with haste drop us a message and we'll do our best to accommodate. Please be aware too that domestic shipping is still somewhat chaotic due to COVID-19 so some packages may also be a little slower to arrive than in the past.