Dino Earth 2 Child
A Child Earth Dino
Release Date (Tuesday) November 25th, 2008
Elements Air, Earth, Fire, Water, Silver, and Gold
Secondary Resource Reptile Scales

The Raptor like Dinos are creatures of nature. Their wild nature tends to make them selfish, acting on what only interests them and what they want. They can however become curious about others, always careful on their first meeting. They mostly prefer inactivity but can be very energetic when they wish to be.

Dinos produce Reptile Scales as a secondary resource.



The curious Dino hatchling loves to be wherever the action is; they can often be found to be the center of attention. Full of energy at this early stage, they are quite agile and can often lead the other hatchlings into mischief. Their bodies have characteristic red stripes all over, and they have small arms compared to ther body size. Although the Dino isn't really a dragon, they do belong to the Dragonadopters family.


Still very curious, the Dino child is eager to investigate and lead others on their own adventures. The Dino child however needs to sleep more often now, as its body uses the energy reserves needed for growth. Their tail and spikes on their back have grown.


The Dino teenager is one of the most stubborn and selfish of the dragon teenagers. Their bodies have become very muscular, yet they are very agile and fast on their feet thanks to their long tails which they use to help balance them. Be careful now, their teeth are quite sharp!


Although small in body size compared to the other species, the Dino adult does not let this demean his stature. They are jealous of the fact the other adults species are larger than themselves, and imprudent in this fact. Their bodies are heavily muscled, but they have maintained their agility as their head and tail have become longer allowing for perfect balance.


The ancient Dino is no larger than when it was an adult, but its tail and spikes have become longer, unblancing them and making them less agile than before. They need to slow down these days! They are certainly not the wisest of the ancients, and are still very stubborn in nature.