Swamp Dragon

Swamp Dragon Adult

Swamp Dragon Baby

Swamp Dragon Egg

Elements: Water
Type: Hybrid
Rarity: Uncommon
Form: Wyvern
Diet: Omnivore
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The swamp dragon is the master of its domain, though not at all territorial. A truly strange breed, but one that teaches you something new every time you study it.
    —Nogard's description of the swamp dragon in The Book of Dragons

The Swamp Dragon is a hybrid dragon of the Plant and Water elements. It's main element is Plant.








Natural Weapons

Swamp dragons are docile creatures that only attack if provoked. Their bite is very poisonous and though it's not deadly it can leave a permanent scar.

Natural Defenses

The swamp dragon, like the water dragon, has gills, and can become virtually invisible while buried in the muck at the bottom of a pond.

Other Abilities

Swamp dragons are good swimmers. Their wide, webbed toes enable them to walk on soft mud. Like the plant dragon, the tendrils on their tail can be used to grab things. Their eyes sit on the top of their heads, so they can see above the water while submerged and dive under if predators approach.

Breath Weapon

The swamp dragon is able to swallow large amounts of water, which it can use to quench its thirst in times of drought, or used as a weapon against enemies.


Swamp dragons are small compared to most other dragons and very poor fliers.



The swamp dragon is usually found in one of two places: The northern regions of The Krollsmarsh or the southern Aichpey River. They also live on Blast Furnace, for unknown reasons.

Preferred Home

Swamp dragons prefer muddy, murky, slimy water that will conceal them. They are most frequently found in shallow wetlands and ponds.


Swamp dragons are bottom feeders, but also eat water plants. They eat duckweed, algae, aquatic plants, snails, worms, detritus and occasionally fish. Some say the swamp dragons living on Blast Furnace are fierce predators hunting for the other dragons living there. That would explain the large population of swamp dragons there compared to the other dragons, and how they survive.


Behavior and Personality


Plant Element Dragons


Plant Dragon


Poison Dragon - Flower Dragon - Tree Dragon - Moss Dragon - Evergreen Dragon - Lichen Dragon - Cactus Dragon - Ash Dragon - Swamp Dragon - Seaweed Dragon - Pollen Dragon - Willow Dragon - Ironwood Dragon - Malachite Dragon - Meadow Dragon - Luminous Dragon - Fungus Dragon - Nightshade Dragon

Golden Hybrids

Pepper Dragon - Forest Dragon - Conifer Dragon - Ivy Dragon - Thistle Dragon - Orchid Dragon - Thorn Dragon - Bramble Dragon

Water Element Dragons


Water Dragon


Swamp Dragon - Seaweed Dragon - Coral Dragon - Salamander Dragon - Mud Dragon - River Dragon - Ice Dragon - Iceberg Dragon - Plasma Dragon - Current Dragon - Fog Dragon - Rain Dragon - Rust Dragon - Quicksilver Dragon - Lotus Dragon - Shimmer Dragon - Abyss Dragon - Ooze Dragon

Golden Hybrids

Geode Dragon - Quicksand Dragon - Bubble Dragon - Vortex Dragon - Conch Dragon - Lagoon Dragon - Nectar Dragon - Trench Dragon