Category: Element


Purebred wind dragons can inhabit almost any environment—from the chilly arctic to the tropical beaches to the desert wasteland. Average chicks are as big as a turkey and adults have a wingspan of roughly 10 meters. Their bones are hollow and they are covered in aerodynamic feathers, giving them the greatest flying ability among all dragons. They are capable of carrying one to two riders in adulthood. They display their crest feathers when they are amused or upset. Their tails are long with flat feathers that aid in steering. While they are not as acrobatic as storm or fire dragons, they are capable of flying vast distances for extended time periods.

Free Trait: Beaked
Default Physical Traits:


Wind dragons seek out Riders who exhibit honesty, honor, and creativity. Riders who exemplify integrity are given a high rank in the wind dragon hierarchy and imparted greater power by their dragon. Wind Riders are very intuitive and can recognize the strength and abilities of those around them. Their instincts as a whole become acutely honed towards others, making them excellent leaders, diplomats, and commanders.

Preferred Rider Attributes:

  • Integrity
  • Exploratory
  • Brave
  • Inspirational
  • Commitment
  • Loyalty
  • Decisive
  • Communicator
  • Enjoys Literature, Poetry, Song, or other Art
  • Accountable
  • Empowering
  • Commanding
  • Diplomatic
  • Sincere
  • Competent


Wind dragons have a surprisingly small effect on the element they are named after. They can move the wind to a certain extent to make flight easier, but they can’t quite conjure up clouds like a Storm dragon can. Instead, their power lies in boosting the strength of others. They enhance the magic of all allied dragons around them. They can deflect attacks with ease. They can fly far higher than any other dragon and require less oxygen to do so. Their Riders and, once they master their magic, their allies can manifest wings of their own regardless of their race. If wings aren’t their thing, levitation serves them just as well.

Perhaps their true talent lies in their voice. They can speak the tongue of all sentient creatures, allowing them to communicate across all language barriers. They may not understand the specifics of a culture, but they can make themselves understood. They can weave their spells into intricate songs that either boost the strength of their allies or strikes fear into the foes unfortunate enough to hear the siren song. Not only are they exceptionally good at seeing the qualities in others, but they are also excellent at seeing in general. Their attacks are incredibly accurate and advanced magic users can see for miles.

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 Wind magic or Elemental Anomaly. Feel free to get creative and use things outside of this list.

  • Curled
  • Seraph
  • Plumes
  • Beak
  • Clouds/Mist
  • Levitation


Their most common colors are hues of indigo, purple, black, pink, white, and tan. Every now and then, a brown Wind dragon will be born. Here is the suggested hue range:

Wind Compatibilities

  • Storm - Usually, the chaotic tendencies of Storms wards away dragons. However, Wind dragons do their best to look beyond surface level and understand the true wants and needs of their companions. Wind dragons understand that sometimes the actions of a person are not due to intent, but inexpressible circumstance. Is a Storm dragon ‘acting out’ because it is stressed? They will do their best to address the problem. Is there something in their nature that causes them to lash out? Wind dragons can de-escalate that. Their power over weather keeps crops safe, plus a friendly Storm dragon can bless their community with good luck. Storm dragons are especially good allies to have when some Chaotic Good actions are needed and the responsible Wind Dragon is out of ‘normal’ ideas. 
  • Dark - Dark dragons are wielders of wisdom, knowledge, and memory. Their insight is essential both to the solitary adventurer and the community leading Wind dragons. Having Dark dragons as an ally is an incredible boon when it comes to handling odd situations. As good leaders, Wind dragons know to seek help when they need it, and Dark dragons can provide a lot of help.
  • Jungle - Jungles are prank-loving creatures, and unlike Storms, everything they do is with intent. They base their actions on personal needs rather than community needs, and because of their blatant and knowing disregard for rules and laws, their little actions often domino into big consequences. More than anything, Jungle dragons are difficult to trust. They don’t wear their heart on their sleeve and even hide their good will under layers of sarcastic jokes and gentle pranks. This makes them difficult to keep as friends; As such, the honest Wind Dragons find them unpleasant.

Wind Display and Modifier Traits

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

Dancer | Breeze | Flight Bars | Barred | Streaks | Cap | Collared | Tipped
Cirrus | Curled | Seraph | Frilled | Plumes | Beaked | Extensions


They are equally compatible with these Dark and Storm traits:

Somatic | Frost | Vampire | Mist | Pollen | Hailstorm | Panda | Striped
Avalanche | Debris | Split Tail | Bumble | Tailless | Odd Ears | Webbed Tail
Veil | Nebula | Stitched | Starry | Wisp | Comet | Dust | Sooty
Celestial | Companion | Multi-limbed | Transparent Skin | True Sight | Wither | Tattered


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

Fairy | Leafy | Rosettes | False Eyes | Chameleon | Foliage | Dart Frog | Rattlesnake
Swarm | Dazzle | Insectified | Floral Parasite | Frog Throat | Antennae | Miniature
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