Veni, vidi, vici! Even from a young age, the Caesar Dragon is precocious in exerting its control over other young dragons. Hatchlings flock to this charismatic young breed for its assertiveness, though others think Caesar Dragons can be a bit too aggressive and territorial.
Caesar Dragons usually go through an awkward teenage stage. Their successes early in life tend to make them paranoid around large groups of dragons. They also have an elevated fear of pointy objects, so if you're harvesting fruit before visiting your Caesar Dragon, make sure to leave your tools at the farm.
Among their roosts and islands, adult Caesar Dragons are often thrust into the role of the unwilling leader. Dragons will follow Caesar Dragons around the island incessantly, even after being snapped at in relaliation. In fact, the more tough love the Caesar Dragons show, the more the other dragons seem to admire them.
Unsure where to put your Epic Caesar Dragon? They are most comfortable in groups of threes, which caretakers call 'triumvirates'. If they live with less or more Caesar Dragons, they tend to fight amongst each other for control. Granted, they do that as triumvirates too, but less so.
By breeding two dragons that collectively contribute Green, Yellow, and White to the type pool. If a parent has the appropriate minor types, missing requirements may also be added to the pool, even if neither parent has the originally required types. Minor types that have been split from other minor types can also contribute their component types to the type pool.
DISCLAIMER: When attempting to breed the Caesar Dragon, you may get other offspring instead. Check the Breeding Calculator to view all of the possible results of combining a particular pair of parents.
The Caesar Dragon's design is based upon the Diamond Dragon's, although there are differences between the two.
The Caesar Dragon takes its name from the roman dictactor Julius Caesar.