Fire (Basic)

Category: Element


Purebred fire dragons are most similar to classical Western dragons. They have four feet, leather bat-like wings, hard scales, and frequently have lines of spikes and horns. Their wings are long and large, and their silhouette during flight is rectangular. They do not practice any type of camouflage, as their natural environment is usually full of smoke. Their long necks, tails, and wings can be deceitful, since they are very light. They have a gland that produces volatile gasses they can release at will, generating their fire breath in an instant.

Free Trait: Spaded Tail
Default Physical Traits:


Fire dragons are bold, brash, temperamental, and independent. They seek out Riders that are filled with feelings of frustration, anger, vengeance, fear, and other powerful negative emotions. They can sense such emotions from other creatures and alert their Rider to any danger. When fire dragons form a bond with their Rider, their Riders gradually learn to use their emotions as a type of fuel that can propel them through tense situations, rather than something that they fester over. Fear turns to bravery, anger turns to understanding, and frustration turns to motivation. Of course, flare ups of negative behavior are still expected. Those who are well aligned with their dragons can manipulate flames.

Preferred Rider Attributes:

  • Vengeful
  • Courageous
  • Sense of Justice
  • Aggressive
  • Honorable
  • Founded
  • Outsider
  • Brave
  • Honest
  • Loyal
  • Intense
  • Temperamental
  • Independent
  • Strong


They can breathe fire, naturally. They are capable of generating smoke, ash, and creating explosions with their own body as a fuel source. Conjuring fire out of thin air is child’s play for a fire dragon. Fire dragons can generate heat even without a fire, and when properly used, this can cause objects to ‘spontaneously’ combust. They are resistant to both extreme colds and intense heats. In battle, they give off an incredibly intimidating aura that can freeze their enemies through pure fear. Such intimidation won’t affect those who have done no wrong to the dragon.

Magic Physiology

On top of the general Tier IV magic effects, your dragon can have these traits. This is only available to dragons with Tier IV Fire magic or Elemental Anomaly. Feel free to get creative and use things outside of this list.

  • Spaded Tail
  • Horns/spines anywhere and everywhere
  • Fiery traits
  • Flames and sparks around it
  • Fire on feet, wings of fire, etc.
  • Plated Underbelly


Their most common colors are gold, red, orange, and brown. By desaturating it or darkening it, you can get acceptable browns and maroons. It should not stray too close to white or black. Below you can find an in-depth example of Fire Dragon palettes, though you do not need to pick directly from it. Click to view the full image.

Fire Display and Modifier Traits

The following traits are founded in the Fire element, and thus have a better chance of passing to offspring.

Origin | Vibrancy | Detonation | Emblazoned | Pharaoh | Magma | Scorched | Sable 
Phoenix | Double Crest | Aegis | Thorned Spine | Translucent | Spaded Tail | Dorsal Spines


They are equally compatible with these Light and Jungle traits:

Flaunt | Zebra | Roan | Faded | Rabicano | Suntouched | Pangare | Appaloosa
Radiance | Spectrum | Star Pearl | Iridescence | Bioluminescence | Bearded | Heraldry
Fairy | Leafy | Rosettes | False Eyes | Chameleon | Foliage | Dart Frog | Rattlesnake
Swarm | Dazzle | Insectified | Floral Parasite | Frog Throat | Antennae | Miniature


However, they are incompatible with Storm Traits, and the following traits have a reduced pass rate. Fire semi-customs and Fire SC cross breeds have the rarity of these traits increased by two:

Somatic | Frost | Vampire | Mist | Pollen | Hailstorm | Panda | Striped
Avalanche | Debris | Split Tail | Bumble | Tailless | Odd Ears | Webbed Tail
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