The Tundra Dragons originated from the Snowsquall Tundra. Though not the the brightest of creatures, this hardy breed survives by virtue of their toughness and ability to eat almost anything that grows. Their constitution allows them uncontested domain over harsh, barren tracts of land that other dragons are pleased to avoid. Currently they are the only dragons native to the Southern Icefield which is the elemental region of the Ice Flight.

Physical AttributesEdit

The most striking feature of the tundra dragons is their thick, shaggy coat of fur. As winter approaches their coats become incredibly dense and spreads to cover the entire dragon. Flight with a full winter coat is difficult and only undertaken in times of need. During the summer season tundra dragons shed their winter coats, leaving their body covered in a much finer coat of fur, the hindquarters and lower wings exposed.

Tundra dragons who join flights in warmer climes never see their winter coats. Their summer coat is more than enough to cause heat exhaustion in locations such as the Viridian Labyrinth, Ashfall Waste and Shifting Expanse. Tundra dragons possess impressive canine teeth used for combat. The majority of their jaw is set with flat, wide molars, perfect for grinding up scrub.

They're most comfortable in a climate zone similar to that of the Icewarden's Southern Icefield.


Tundra dragons form deep bonds within their family groups, and are loath to leave their birth clan. They are not a chatty species, though they enjoy the company of others. Companionable silence is welcome, as is simply listening to other dragons tales.

Tundras have difficulty remembering names, faces, and specific details about dragons that they have not seen in over a season. Despite this, their olfactory memory is excellent. "You smell like a friendship." is a common greeting between tundra dragons who have not seen one another in years, the names and details of their association forgotten. When encountering a dragon who smells like friendship, tundras typically attempt to become friends again. This "friend-again" may present an awkward situation for a dragon of a different species. The tundra treats the relationship as if they were meeting for the first time, introducing themselves and asking questions that have likely been rehashed many times before.

In the same manner, tundra dragons remember individuals who wronged them by smell alone. "You smell like an enemy," can result in feuds between clans that span centuries, the exact reason for their squabbling long-forgotten.


Tundras are natural burrowers. In warmer climates the burrow presents a cool refuge from hot winds and beating sun. These burrows are elaborate underground mazes, with interconnected chambers created for each mated pair or family. The chambers and passages of the burrow are shored-up with branches and trunks stripped clean of their foliage. (a delicious but difficult undertaking!)

Tundra dragons graze daily during spring, summer, and autumn. The flock travels great distances each day to find fresh feeding grounds, taking great care not to overgraze any particular stretch of land. A small number of dragons remain behind to oversee the lair and any hatchlings too young to make the journey. These individuals rotate their duty day-to-day so that all members of the clan have a chance to feed. A few unruly hatchlings in every clan use this "changing of the guard" to their advantage, making all manner of mischief against their unwitting guardians.


Tundra dragons go to great lengths to avoid combat, shrugging off blows and readily agreeing to get out of the way; however, if a member of their clan is in true peril the flock will cluster together, presenting a unified front. Breath attacks are the favored weapon of the tundra. Flocks instinctively coordinate their breath attacks in perfectly timed waves, leaving few gaps of time in which the air is not filled with a wall of their element.

Coliseum InfoEdit

Starting stats for tundras at level 1 are:

7 7 6 7 5 6 7

Their starting attacks are Meditate and Contuse, but can be altered using Battle Stones.

Gaoler DragonsEdit

"Their features were exaggerated, as if an artist had taken everything that was meek and appealing about tundra dragons and had warped it into something terrifying."

Gaoler Dragons (pronounced like the word "jailer"[1]) are the Icewarden's first children.[2] It is assumed that they are the original or "proto-Tundras" since dragon breeds today are long-descended forms of unique breeds created by the deities.[3]

Gaolers are described as massive (from the perspective of a Skydancer) and larger than Tundras. They are almost completely covered in long fur. Their snouts are rounded with very large lower jaws, and sloping heads that recede into their manes. They have two very large bone-like horns, each of which is covered in several sharp points, and gnarled into a gradual curve. They have small mammalian ears and four thick, muscular legs ending in menacing claws. Gaolers apparently have small, wing-like appendages described as "draped from their shoulders" and "frightening"[4].

Gaolers may also have the ability to read minds, as the ones introduced in the story Jailbreak were able to finish the thoughts of one of the protagonists.

Skins & AccentsEdit

A list of available tundra skins and accents can be found on the wiki. Remember that these do not include every single skin/accent on site, only the official ones that can be found during holidays, drop in the coliseum, or are for sale in the marketplace.


  • Stress can cause Tundras to forget things faster. This is shown in the short story Jailbreak when one of the protagonists, a Tundra, forgets who they're rescuing. In response the other protagonist, a skydancer, remarks that he's let the stress get to him and that he'll remember when he smells him.



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Dragon Breeds
Plentiful FaeGuardianTundraMirror
Common PearlcatcherRidgebackSnapperSpiral
Uncommon SkydancerBogsneak
Limited ImperialNocturne
Rare WildclawCoatl
Non-Ownable Breeds Courier DragonsEmperorsSwiftwings