|When Mask Dragons hatch, a small piece of their eggshell remains attached to their face. They could take it off if they wanted to, but these dragons feel the need to shield their identity from everyone else. Just what do these dragons have to hide?
||As Mask Dragons continue to grow, the mask grows with them and contours to their faces. The masks remain on the dragons' faces for their entire lives, not showing their true faces to their mates or even Caretakers.
|When it comes to picking mates, Mask Dragons aren't shallow. They believe that beauty is more than just skin-deep (though to be fair, they also can't see each other's faces, so what do they know). Mask Dragons with winning personalities are more likely to make caring mates.
||Epic Mask Dragons are social butterflies (not literally; they're still dragons). They host lavish balls in which dragons fly from all over in costume to converse with one another. Just because Mask Dragons are already in costume, they don't have it easy; they need to be adorned in decorative garb to distinguish themselves from other Mask Dragons.