Elemental Dragon Egg Pile
A pile of eight elemental dragon eggs that have hailed from the southern main continent where Occavatra adopted Fortitudo, his dragon. During the Grenwog holiday, he and his group decided to travel around the Maguswood Region to not only distribute the copies of the storybooks, but also to give the elemental dragon eggs to the civilian population who long for companionship and to become dragonlords, but cannot have it for a variety of agonizing reasons. Because of his own lonely childhood, Occavatra sympathized with them and not wanting them to suffer that loneliness, he decided that Grenwog is the perfect time of year to pass out the eggs, which Irene, Europa, and Teralith agreed to. Together with DragonUltraMaster and San Robin, many young children, teens, and young adults each had one egg in their possession by the time the mission was accomplished, including half of Lore's heroes that would later become a small anti-Rose movement at around the time the Hero traveled into the Void with Tomix to vanquish Envy. To keep the mission discreet, when confronted by a soldier in the Rose, one of the members of the group would quickly lie and say the elemental dragon eggs are ceramic stone sculptures. Fortunately, the lie managed to save the group from unnecessary confrontation.
It was my first time that I have drawn dragon eggs using Flash and because I didn't want to take a generic approach, I decided to cover the eggs with a scaly texture to give them a hard surface that protects the dragons from harm until they hatch. Although the shapes came out weird, the textures and light colors came out beautifully, which is my favorite part of the design process. I'd thank my fellow BoH clanmates for some minor suggestions such as lighting and shadow placement especially Starflame13. Needless to say, much like the story behind the elemental dragon eggs, some people who follow me on Twitter were eager to adopt at least one dragon except for Christophisis who insisted on taking all eight of them, which goes to show dragon lovers can never raise and own too many dragons as long as they know what they're getting themselves into. ;) In order to identify the elemental alignment of each dragon based on the color associated with each egg, I wrote a small list below. The behaviors vary depending on the element, which is why that knowledge is essential when looking for a dragon to take with you as a companion. To help viewers identify which element is associated with which dragon, I have included a visual guide as well as a description of each dragon's personality, which is located on my Deviantart page through respective links located below the image.
Guide to Recognizing the Dragon Eggs' Elements
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