Tribe Eggs Edit
IceWings - Eggs are kept in freezing hatcheries or buried in snow, and can be pale blue, white with a hint of blue, or a light blue with white snowflakes near the top.
MudWings - Eggs are most likely shades of brown, sometimes amber. They are kept in nests made of mud, and then abandoned by the dragonet’s mother for them to hatch on their own. When the eggs are blood-red, it indicates a dragonet with the ability to withstand the effects of heat and fire.
NightWings - Eggs are described as ebony black in Moon Rising, and are shown with silver dots in the updated Wings of Fire trailer. If placed under the light of at least one full moon until hatching, the egg will turn silver, and the dragonet will either have the powers of telepathy or precognition. Under two full moons, both powers will appear. Three makes the powers stronger, though it was once thought to give the dragonet animus powers.
RainWings - Eggs have smooth, pale shells, and the whole tribe’s eggs are all kept in one of three RainWing hatcheries. These hatcheries are egg-like in shape and made of wood and leaves. The eggs’ color is whiteish-silverish, but is shown in The Hidden Kingdom to have 'shimmering colors' when the dragonet is close to hatching, which might mean they could be iridescent.
SandWings - Eggs are carefully placed together in clutches, sometimes in the sand to keep warm. They are pale yellow or white yellow, normally the color of the sand.
SkyWings - Eggs are a pale color, likely red, orange, or red-gold. The dragonets have been shown to be raised in a Wingery, a place for young dragonets to grow and play, similar to a human daycare.
HiveWings - Eggs are white and kept in hatcheries in groups.
- Hybrid eggs of any tribes might differ in looks from the purebred eggs, due to the differences between the hybrid's parents.
- The eggs we have seen hatching in the series are, in this order: Auklet, Moon, Darkstalker and Bumblebee.
- Eggs show the outline of the dragonet within them when close to hatching, seen in The Lost Heir, and the prologue of Escaping Peril.