• Piebald can be bought in the Specialty section of the Marketplace for 235,000 Icon treasure


The Piebald gene gives a dragon a piebald body pattern, that being a pattern of colored blotches (the listed primary color) on an unpigmented (white) background.

  • Piebald on a female Tundra
  • Piebald on a male Tundra
  • Piebald on a female Guardian
  • Piebald on a male Guardian
  • Piebald on a female Mirror
  • Piebald on a male Mirror
  • Piebald on a female Fae
  • Piebald on a male Fae
  • Piebald on a female Spiral
  • Piebald on a male Spiral
  • Piebald on a female Wildclaw
  • Piebald on a male Wildclaw
  • Piebald on a female Coatl
  • Piebald on a male Coatl
  • Piebald on a female Pearlcatcher
  • Piebald on a male Pearlcatcher
  • Piebald on a female Skydancer
  • Piebald on a male Skydancer
  • Piebald on a female Imperial
  • Piebald on a male Imperial
  • Piebald on a female Nocturne
  • Piebald on a male Nocturne
  • Piebald on a female Snapper
  • Piebald on a male Snapper
  • Piebald on a female Ridgeback
  • Piebald on a male Ridgeback
  • Piebald on a female Bogsneak
  • Piebald on a male Bogsneak


  • A poll was open to the community to determine whether Piebald would be a Tertiary gene, or broken into separate Primary and Secondary genes. If Primary and Secondary genes were chosen, there was a choice between the patches being a pale version of the appropriate color or the patches being white. This poll ran from January 22nd, 2015 to February 5th, 2015. [1]
    • The results of the poll were announced in a community update on March 11th, 2015. [2]
  • Piebald was released August 8th, 2015. [3]


  • Piebald is the primary counterpart to the Paint secondary
  • Piebald patterning is common in nature; one can observe it in animals such as snakes, cats, dogs, and notably birds- the "pie" part of the term piebald actually comes from the magpie, a bird known for its black and white plumage. [4]
    • Piebald coloring is also very notably seen in horses, though it is more often bred in than it is naturally occurring.

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