Do you feel your Topaz Dragon isn't listening to you? It's not its fault. The tufts of feathers sprouting from its ears make it hard of hearing, as well as a little clumsy. Topaz Dragons often don't hear other dragons flying around them, and they often cause mid-air collisions. Thankfully, the Topaz Dragon's rock-hard hide makes sure it doesn't take any bruises.
Even the most aggressive dragons avoid picking fights with Topaz Dragons. Topaz Dragons are believed to be fearless; when they're growled at, the Topaz Dragon will pay the aggressor no mind and keep flying toward them. This will usually cause the aggressor to scatter. Little do they know, the Topaz Dragon is hard of hearing, and most likely didn't hear them growling.
Adult Topaz Dragons have a sprawling mane of their namesake mineral surrounding the top of their head, though this doesn't develop naturally. This is actually the result of a Topaz Dragon 'flexing', as the larger their topaz mane appears to be, the more likely they are to be a desirable mate.
Watching an Epic Topaz Dragon fly during the daytime can be a terrifying sight; when the sunlight gleams off its luminous mineral coat, it looks to the untrained eye like a ball of fire streaming across the sky. In one such instance, observers of a dive-bombing Epic Topaz Dragon (including one excitable chicken) believed the sky was falling.