Crack! A bolt of lightning disrupts an ancient Dragon Island. The pillar of electricity strikes the Nest, and the egg begins to glow with intense energy. This is how Lightning Dragons first came into existence. Nowadays, we can thankfully breed Lightning Dragons like normal - it's much safer than attracting lightning to your Island.
Owning a Lightning Dragon is a big responsibility. Due to their electric personalities, they shouldn't ever go swimming in a lake or pond with other dragons, or even be allowed out during a rainstorm. On the other hand, they make an excellent bug zapper.
In their adult form, Lighting Dragons walk with all four feet on the ground. In addition to making them run much faster, this allows them to stay grounded. Lightning Dragons are essentially giant lightning rods AND lightning conductors, so when they're struck by lightning, the shockwaves are felt island-wide.
Lightning Dragon, make sure to wear thick rubber gloves, on top of another pair of thick rubber gloves. Lightning Dragons naturally conduct their own electricity in high volumes, but it's very volatile. Some scientists claim if they could harness an Epic Lightning Dragon's raw energy, it would be able to power an entire human metropolis.