#22 - Who looks after hatchlings? The parents, or a general hatchling-sitter?
#43 - Who’s the cinnamon roll, and who’s the problematic fave?
Oh gosh. The clan has too many cinnamon rolls, tbh, but Coda is probably at the top of the “too good for this world, too pure” list. And since nothing screams problematic like “has to be buried under a hill because if he gets out he tries to destroy the world a little bit” the most problematic fave award goes to Orannis.
What do you mean nobody in the clan likes him? I like him. He’s my fave.
#53 - Most intimidating dragon?
In terms of sheer size and “could probably beat you up but is currently choosing not to,” definitely Parry. In terms of creepiness factor, it’s a tie between Astarael and Morghulis.
I would love to talk about Treebeard!
So I have not developed my Elemental Ambassador dragons’ lore much because I’m still trying to breed & scroll my perfect Fire ambassador. That means I don’t actually know what Treebeard’s deal is entirely. But I do know that his parents are members of a Nature clan, both Guardians, and one of them is actually the guardian of a stand of trees. So Treebeard taught himself to be almost treelike himself, wanting to fit in with the living things that he’s always viewed as a part of his family. This makes him a very patient, slow-moving dragon. He’s fairly easygoing, and difficult to offend. He was personally invited to join Arianrhod’s council of advisors from other flights, and is frequently consulted on matters of agriculture and plant care.