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Unnamed characters are characters who have been mentioned or appeared in the books without their names being said.

BeetleWings

The lavender dragonet was a female BeetleWing dragonet who was introduced in the prologue of The Lost Continent.

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Lost Continent

When Clearsight arrived on Pantala, she saw the lavender dragonet clinging to a branch. Clearsight realized that the dragonet would have been killed in the hurricane if she hadn't arrived. Clearsight then notes that the dragonet would wake up the next morning, complaining that she wanted blackberries for breakfast and chasing butterflies in the sunlight.

HiveWings

The HiveWing citizen is an adult female HiveWing who was introduced in The Hive Queen.

Appearance

The HiveWing citizen has summer-squash-yellow scales with flecks of red and black,[1] and black wings. She wore a long sea-green silk scarf that wound around her neck and body, all the way down to her tail, pinned together with an enormous dragonfly brooch on her back. She had covered herself with numerous webs of garnets and, most likely fake, diamonds.[2]

Personality

The HiveWing citizen appeared to be all smiles and stories[2] and, according to Blue, seemed really nice. Cricket used her as an example to Sundew, talking about what the HiveWing citizen would do if she knew the truth about everything, if Queen Wasp didn't control her, and that maybe she would've tried to help them.[3] Blue also compared her to Cricket, however Sundew and Swordtail shot these ideas down, claiming she wouldn't risk her easy happy life and that HiveWings didn't care for anyone but themselves.[4]

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Hive Queen

The HiveWing citizen made her appearance when she unexpectedly replied to Cricket's complaint about Jewel Hive. She told Cricket about Raindrop Scales and Pinacate while Cricket, Blue, Swordtail, and Sundew were headed to the Salvation Statue.

Katydid's father is an adult male HiveWing who was introduced in The Hive Queen. He raised both Katydid and Cricket and is Cadelle's ex-husband.

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Hive Queen

Katydid's father made his first appearance in a flashback when he came home early to eat dinner with Cadelle. It was mentioned that the two of them were hissing and arguing.

Katydid's father also made an appearance in another flashback. He was confused, bowing to Lady Scarab when she came to visit Katydid and Cricket, and trying to offer her some tea. When Lady Scarab asked about Cricket's school, Terrarium Academy, he told Lady Scarab that he chose it and that it was a very "down-to-earth place." Lady Scarab commented on his pun, but he just blinked in confusion.

Lady Scarab's great-great-grandmother was a female HiveWing queen who was mentioned in The Hive Queen. She is the great-great-grandmother of Scarab.

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Hive Queen

Lady Scarab briefly mentions her while talking to Cricket about the HiveWings being descendants of Clearsight. Lady Scarab said that when her great-great-grandmother was queen, she ordered the end of mingling bloodlines between HiveWings and SilkWings. According to her, she was a "nightmare" and "horror show," and she sarcastically described her as "charming."

Silverspot's mistress is a female HiveWing who was mentioned in The Lost Continent.

Personality

She is bad-tempered and insecure about her Hive hierarchy status and takes it out by inflicting cruelties on Silverspot, one of her workers.[5]

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Lost Continent

When Silverspot promised Luna to try to come to the Cocoon, Luna consoled her, knowing that Silverspot's mistress would enjoy keeping Silverspot from attending her only dragonet's Metamorphosis.

Later, when Io and Blue are trying to escape through the upper Hive levels, Blue notes that Silverspot's mistress has an impressive mansion on a higher level of Cicada Hive.

The HiveWings hunting for LeafWings were a group of HiveWings mentioned in The Poison Jungle. They had been sent to search the Poison Jungle for LeafWings.

Biography

Pre-Series

The HiveWings tried to get into the Poison Jungle and search for LeafWings under Queen Wasp's mind control. They likely weren't mind-controlled at the time, since one of them had to report back to Queen Wasp. Only one survived to warn others about the dangers of the jungle.


The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Poison Jungle

Sundew mentions the HiveWings, and she tells the story of what happened to them.

The uncontrollable HiveWing was an elderly male HiveWing who was introduced in The Hive Queen. They appeared in Cricket's flashback and resisted the Hive Mind.

Appearance

Cricket described him as having red and black striped wings. He looked quite old, somewhere from sixty to a hundred by Cricket's guess. He was said to be quite big, and his scales were said to be dull.[6] He has dark eyes.[7]

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Hive Queen

Appearing in Cricket's memory, he was resisting Wasp's Hive Mind. All of the HiveWings, excluding Cricket, grabbed him under Queen Wasp's orders and took him to Wasp Hive. It is unknown what happened to him afterward.

Jewel's children are Lady Jewel's children, who were mentioned in The Hive Queen.

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Hive Queen

Scarab mentions Lady Jewel's children as her grandchildren.

The Dangerous Gift

Jewel worried about her children under the mind control. Scarab comforted Jewel by saying if they left, Wasp couldn't use them against Jewel.

The HiveWing soldiers were a group of HiveWings introduced in The Lost Continent.

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Lost Continent

Five HiveWing soldiers were seen escorting Blue to the flamesilk cavern.

Io's attacker is a HiveWing dragonet of unknown gender who was introduced in The Lost Continent.

Appearance

The dragonet is no taller than Blue's wing buds and are scarlet with black spots.[8]

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Lost Continent

A small dragonet was seen attacking Io as she and Blue were trying to escape.

Humans

Butterfly's mother is an adult female human who was introduced in Dragonslayer. She is the mother of Butterfly. She is a pompous teacher who values herself and looks down upon others. She believes that Rowan's "level of scholarship" is too low to be helping Leaf study. Rowan describes her as an "old toad."

Biography

Legends

Dragonslayer

Butterfly's mother first appeared in Leaf's school as a teacher. She notes that Rowan carrying a large book is unusual for her, but Leaf and Rowan eventually convince her that Rowan is trying to help Leaf study. She tells Leaf to remember her if he ever became a dragonmancer.

Leaf's father is an adult male human who was introduced in Dragonslayer. He is the father of Leaf, Rowan, Bluebell, Camellia, and Wren. He is diagnosed with the heartburn disease.[9]

Appearance

He has thin hair.[10]

Biography

Legends

Dragonslayer

He is first seen, along with his wife, taking Wren up the mountain to be sacrificed. It is stated that he didn't look back once at Wren as he left with the dragonmancers. Leaf remembers him warning Leaf of the dangers of dragons. He also reminds Leaf to be grateful and listen to the dragonmancers and hopes that Leaf will become one someday. He is mentioned to be 'over the moons with joy' when Leaf receives his dragonmancer invitation. He is last seen calling to Wren, Leaf, and Rowan as they leave Talisman.

Leaf's mother is an adult female human who was introduced in Dragonslayer. She is the mother of Leaf, Rowan, Bluebell, Camellia, and Wren.

Biography

Legends

Dragonslayer

She was first seen, along with her husband, taking Wren up the mountain to be sacrificed. She was the one who first fed Leaf the lie about Wren being eaten by dragons, stating that it was Wren's own fault. She tried to prevent Rowan from telling Leaf about the dragonslayer and warned her not to put ideas in her brother's head. When Leaf was made a dragonmancer's apprentice, she was described to be 'over the moons with joy.' Rowan later mentioned that she was the one who found the books Wren stole from the dragonmancers in Rowan's loft while recounting what had actually happened to Wren. She was close behind her husband when Wren and Leaf returned to Talisman, calling out to Leaf and Rowan after Wren flew away on Sky.

Wren's sister is a female human who was mentioned in Dragonslayer. She is the sister of Wren, Rowan, Bluebell, Camellia and Leaf.

Biography

Legends

Dragonslayer

Leaf mentioned her indirectly when he states that he had four older sisters. She is indirectly mentioned when it is noted that Rowan never paid much attention to her five younger siblings.

Violet's dads are two adult male humans introduced in Dragonslayer. They raised Violet.

Biography

Legends

Dragonslayer

Violet's dads work on "laws and orders" with Heath, and they have been to the old village. They brought Violet back a half-burned doll and told her that maybe she could fix it and make it pretty. They later arrived at the Wingwatcher welcome ceremony, looking vaguely confused why Violet was becoming a Wingwatcher at all.

Ivy mentioned them to Stone when she was guessing why the dragons had not eaten Rose yet, saying that they had a parakeet for a while.

Daffodil's grandmother is an elderly female human who was mentioned in Dragonslayer. She is Petal's mother, Daffodil's grandmother, and the oldest human in Valor.

Biography

Legends

Dragonslayer

According to Daffodil, when she went to see her grandmother, her grandmother wanted to know where Daffodil's yellow ribbons were and that her new Wingwatcher uniform did nothing for her complexion. She also told Daffodil to sit still, "like, eight hundred thousand times." She was alive in the dragon attacks and told Daffodil that Heath had came riding home at first, and that all the humans were cheering, but then everything was suddenly on fire. Apparently, Daffodil's Aunt, Petal, had saved her by getting her into an escape tunnel. She also said that Petal was the very best of her children, and no one else would ever measure up.

The Wingwatcher recruit is a young human of unknown gender who was introduced in Dragonslayer. They are a member of the Wingwatchers.

Biography

Legends

Dragonslayer

The Wingwatcher recruit appeared at the Wingwatcher welcome ceremony alongside five other recruits.

Hybrids

The SkyWing-NightWing hybrid dragonet is a SkyWing-NightWing hybrid dragonet of unknown gender who was introduced in The Dangerous Gift. They currently reside in Sanctuary.

Appearance

The dragonet is orange and has a scattering of black scales across its nose.[11]

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Dangerous Gift

The hybrid dragonet first made their appearance in Sanctuary when Snowfall was exploring around. They are shown listening to some older dragons talking.

The SandWing-SkyWing hybrid dragonets are a group of SandWing-SkyWing hybrid dragonets introduced in The Dangerous Gift. They currently reside in Sanctuary.

Appearance

Some have bright red scales, SandWing tail barbs, SandWing-colored scales, and each hybrid features look very different.[11]

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Dangerous Gift

The hybrid dragonets made their first appearance in Sanctuary while Snowfall was looking around. They are shown running around and playing together.

The SeaWing-MudWing hybrid dragonet is a SeaWing-MudWing hybrid dragonet of unknown gender who was introduced in The Dangerous Gift. They currently reside in Sanctuary.

Appearance

The dragonet has mahogany brown scales speckled with phosphorescent bluish scales along its spines and wings, and webbed talons.[11]

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Dangerous Gift

The hybrid dragonet first made their appearance in Sanctuary while Snowfall was looking around. They are shown playing and jumping around enthusiastically.

Whiteout's granddaughter was a female animus who was mentioned in The Dangerous Gift. She was Whiteout's granddaughter and resided in the Night Kingdom.

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Dangerous Gift

Jerboa had been lightly keeping track of Whiteout's granddaughter along with all other animi of the generation.

IceWings

The IceWing prisoners were a group of IceWings introduced in The Dragonet Prophecy. They were captured during a battle between Burn and Blaze's army one month before the events of The Dragonet Prophecy. One of them was chained next to Clay. They were all killed by Morrowseer's NightWings.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Dragonet Prophecy

The IceWing prisoners appeared when Queen Scarlet tried to put them against Tsunami and Starflight, but they never got to battle them. They were still chained when Morrowseer and his NightWings appeared and demanded to take Starflight. Queen Scarlet said she wouldn't let him go until she sees the IceWings fight Starflight, and Morrowseer commands his NightWings to kill them, which they do. He then says that he "took care of her IceWing problem" then promptly takes Starflight away.


The Jade Mountain Prophecy

Winter Turning

The IceWing prisoners were mentioned by Winter when he mentioned the NightWings that killed the IceWing prisoners while they were still chained and bound on their spires.

A group of dead IceWings soldiers in The Dragonet Prophecy (graphic novel)

The IceWing soldiers were a group of IceWings introduced in The Dragonet Prophecy. They fought in a battle by the river two days before the dragonets of destiny arrived in the Mud Kingdom. A notable warrior among the IceWings is Icicle, who killed Crane.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Dragonet Prophecy

Their bodies were shown in the river battle wreckage from two days ago, along with multiple MudWing corpses. They were burning and had spears lodged in them. One was on a rock near a waterfall.


The Jade Mountain Prophecy

Moon Rising

They appeared in Sora's memory of the battle by the river, fighting the MudWings.

Arctic's teacher was an adult male IceWing who was introduced in Runaway. He was killed by the spears Arctic enchanted.

Biography

Winglets

Runaway

Everything Arctic knew about weapons was taught by Arctic's teacher. When Actic and Hope tried to escape, Arctic's teacher and five other guards tried to "rescue" Arctic, thinking that he was being kidnapped. However, this resulted in Arctic using his animus magic to kill the guards, including his teacher.

The IceWing soldiers were a group of IceWings introduced in the prologue of The Dark Secret. They attacked the MudWings while the SandWing generals commanded the MudWings.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Dark Secret

Appearing in the prologue while Clay's sibling group was fighting, they sprung a surprise attack. They won the battle as the SandWing generals called for a retreat. To escape, the sib group went through the woods, and Pheasant wondered what IceWings wanted with a scavenger den.

The IceWing messenger is a male IceWing who was introduced in the epilogue of Talons of Power.

Biography

The Jade Mountain Prophecy

Talons of Power

The IceWing messenger arrived to tell Hailstorm of Queen Glacier's death. He mentioned that Hailstorm's parents had gotten worse.

The IceWing scout is a male IceWing who was introduced in The Dangerous Gift.

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Dangerous Gift

The IceWing scout reported to Snowfall that hundreds of unknown dragons were approaching the Ice Kingdom from the west. When she theorized that they were an invading group of RainWings and SeaWings due to their scale colors, he responded by stating that he didn't think those tribes would attack the IceWings, angering the young queen. Snowfall then harshly dismissed him to gather more information.

The IceWing dragonets were a group of young IceWings introduced in Winter Turning.

Biography

The Jade Mountain Prophecy

Winter Turning

The IceWing dragonets turned and stared at Winter when he was in his place in line.

Lynx's father is an adult male IceWing who was mentioned in The Dangerous Gift. He is Lynx's father, and he used to be in the fifth circle until the circle rankings were destroyed by Snowfall.

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Dangerous Gift

Lynx's father is briefly mentioned when Lynx and Snowfall were going to the edge of the Ice Kingdom to scout for the mysterious dragons that were getting closer to the Kingdom. Lynx seemed worried for him.

Stone's IceWing is an IceWing of unknown gender who was introduced in Dragonslayer. They were used by Stone for quick transportation in order to fly back to Valor.

Biography

Legends

Dragonslayer

Stone's IceWing was flying weirdly, constantly jerking and shaking itself. After the IceWing crashed into the trees, Stone appeared, explaining how he rode the IceWing to get back to Valor.

Winter's uncle is an adult male IceWing prince who was introduced in Winter Turning. He participated in a polar bear hunt with Winter, Hailstorm, Icicle, Narwhal and Tundra.

Biography

The Jade Mountain Prophecy

Winter Turning

Winter's uncle joined Hailstorm, Icicle, and Winter on a polar bear hunt. He was seen looking disapprovingly at Winter when he lets a polar bear get away. It is unknown if he survived the IceWing plague.

LeafWings

Belladonna's mother, or Sundew's grandmother, was a female LeafWing mentioned in The Poison Jungle. She is the mother of Belladonna and the grandmother of Sundew. She was capable of leafspeak.

Personality

She was described to be very stubborn and vengeful. She was initially very loyal to Queen Sequoia and was considered quite confident, as she left the LeafWing tribe to start the PoisonWings.

Biography

Pre-Series

She was Sequoia's best general until the end of the Tree Wars when the queen ordered her tribe to retreat. Belladonna's mother refused to back down, creating a separate coalition of LeafWings known as the PoisonWings.

Cobra Lily's sister is a female LeafWing who was mentioned in The Poison Jungle. She is Cobra Lily's sister.

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Poison Jungle

When Sundew returns to the PoisonWing camp, she sees Cobra Lily guarding the entrance. Sundew thinks about how Cobra Lily gets angry in a deep, cold, icy way and waits to exact her revenge at just the right moment, and how she had slipped a dangerous manchineel fruit into a dragon's lunch as payback for insulting her sister two years earlier.

Willow's father is an adult male LeafWing who was introduced in The Poison Jungle. He is the father of Willow.

Appearance

He was described as a pale green dragon with kind eyes and a lot of nervous energy.[12]

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Poison Jungle

Willow mentioned that she had gotten too close to the manchineel grove once when on a hunt, and he had dragged her back to the village and lectured Willow for a week about it.

Sundew only met Willow's father for a moment as Sequoia swept him into her entourage when he paused to wish Willow good luck, which was when Willow introduced him to Sundew for the first time.

Atala's partner is a male LeafWing who was introduced in The Dangerous Gift. He is the partner of Atala.

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Dangerous Gift

They are briefly seen in one of Snowfall's visions. They were flying side by side with Atala, through a storm towards Pyrrhia.

MudWings

The MudWing bigwings is a female MudWing who was introduced in The Dragonet Prophecy. She is seen when Glory and Clay were entering the Mud Kingdom.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Dragonet Prophecy

When Clay and Glory enter the Mud Kingdom, they talk to the bigwings of a sib group, and she tells the group to keep practicing while she talks to Glory and Clay. She is shocked to hear an egg was stolen from the MudWings, and after they reworded the question, pointed them to Cattail's sleephouse.

The MudWing soldiers were a group of MudWings introduced in The Dragonet Prophecy. They fought in a battle by the river two days before the dragonets of destiny arrived in the Mud Kingdom. A notable warrior of the MudWing soldiers is Crane, who died in the battle.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Dragonet Prophecy

The MudWing soldiers' bodies appeared when the dragonets of destiny walked towards the Mud Kingdom, wondering who won. The dragonets ask how anyone can see this and think they won.

The MudWing soldiers in The Dragonet Prophecy (graphic novel)

It was a bloody battle, and the flames were still crackling despite being two days after. These soldiers died in a battle against Blaze's forces, where IceWings attacked. At least two were stabbed with spears, one in the neck and one in the chest. Multiple were still burning, and at least one had their wings ripped off or bent.

The MudWing guards were a group of MudWings introduced in Assassin. They were accused of murder after Commander Tempest was killed by Deathbringer.

Biography

Winglets

Assassin

The MudWing guards were brought to Piranha by three SeaWings shortly after the death of Tempest. The three SeaWings said that they found them in the direction where the spear came from. The two MudWings claimed they had nothing to do with it, but Piranha said that if that was the case and somebody slipped past them, then they were the worst guards in the Bay of a Thousand Scales. One of the MudWings then replied that she was a wet nose and knows nothing about guarding on land. Piranha then demands that they be executed. General Swamp protests and blames Blister. Piranha turns to Blister and tells her to kill the two MudWings or her alliance with the SeaWings was over. Swamp said that if she touches one scale on them then she will lose the MudWings forever. This destabilized the alliance between the SandWings, SeaWings, and MudWings.

The male MudWing citizen is a male MudWing who was introduced in The Dragonet Prophecy.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Dragonet Prophecy

The male MudWing citizen, along with another unnamed MudWing, was asked by a SandWing scout about the dragonets of destiny. When he said he hadn't seen them, the SandWing left.

The MudWing citizen is a MudWing of unknown gender who was introduced in The Dragonet Prophecy.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Dragonet Prophecy

The MudWing citizen, along with another unnamed male MudWing, was asked by a SandWing scout about the dragonets of destiny. When the other MudWing said he hadn't seen them, the SandWing left.

Clay's father is an adult male MudWing who was mentioned in The Dragonet Prophecy. He is the former mate of Cattail and Clay's father.

Biography

Pre-Series

Little is known about Clay's father. Not even Cattail knew who he was. Clay's father met Cattail during a breeding night, which resulted in the birth of Clay, Sora, Crane, Umber, Pheasant, and Reed. Clay's parents returned to their own sleep-houses soon afterwards and never saw or heard from each other again. Cattail didn't think her former partner would want to know their children or cared how she treated them.


The Dragonet Prophecy

The Dragonet Prophecy

As Clay and Glory depart from Cattail, Glory states that Cattail might've been wrong about Clay's father not wanting to know him.

Cattail and Asha's bigwings is a MudWing of unknown gender who was mentioned in The Dragonet Prophecy. They were the bigwings of the troop and mentioned by Cattail when she stated that they'll be furious to hear of Asha's fate.

Personality

Little is known about Asha and Cattail's bigwings. However it appears that they were selfish and had a poor relationship with Asha, as Cattail stated that the bigwings of their troop would be furious to learn that their sister turned her back on their troop and was subsequently killed in action.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Dragonet Prophecy

When Clay and Glory informed Cattail of Asha's death, Cattail is outraged as she told Asha to never leave their troop before going on to state their bigwing will be furious when they are informed about Asha's fate.

The MudWing prisoner was a MudWing prisoner of unknown gender who was introduced in Assassin. They were held captive under the NightWings and was killed by Deathbringer.

Biography

Winglets

Assassin

The MudWing prisoner was held captive by the NightWings while they were living on the volcanic island. By the other NightWing's orders, Deathbringer reluctantly killed them, despite wanting to know more about them.

NightWings

Clearsight's father was an adult male NightWing who was introduced in Darkstalker. He was the father of Clearsight and the partner of Swiftwings.

Personality

Clearsight's father was very kind, gentle, sweet, and ordinary,[13] caring greatly for his family and supporting Clearsight despite his concerns about her obsession with the future.

Biography

Legends

Darkstalker

He visited Clearsight in the library, stating that she was too focused on her visions of the future and not enough on her education. They argued about this, and Clearsight used her precognition to see what bad things could happen if she attended school and everything went awry. Eventually, her father agreed, but only after convincing her that she had to go to school after turning three. She agreed, thinking that it was the best she could do.

Starflight's daughter is a female NightWing dragonet who was introduced in a vision of a possible future near the end of Moon Rising. She is the possible daughter of Starflight.

Appearance

Starflight's daughter is described as small and black.[14]

Biography

The Jade Mountain Prophecy

Moon Rising

Starflight was seen in Moon's vision in the library of Jade Mountain Academy behind the desk when a small black dragonet raced into the cave. She leaped onto the desk, kissed the side of Starflight's head, took a scroll, and flew down another tunnel, calling "Thank you, Father!" Starflight scolded her for flying in the tunnels, but was shown smiling.

Mindreader's father is an adult male NightWing who was introduced in Talons of Power. He is the father of Mindreader.

Biography

The Jade Mountain Prophecy

Talons of Power

Darkstalker asked Mindreader's father what kind of power he would like. He said that he would like to be an animus, as well as wanting to heal instantly from any wound. Due to his slight mistrust, Darkstalker gives him a temporary spell. Mindreader's father instantly heals, looking younger and healthier. This causes surrounding NightWings to also ask for powers.

Icicle's victim was a NightWing of unknown gender who was introduced in Winter Turning. He appeared when the Jade Winglet (excluding Turtle) was chasing Icicle.

Biography

The Jade Mountain Prophecy

Winter Turning

The unnamed NightWing was found dead by a tree while they searched for Icicle. Icicle killed them while she ran to the NightWing island.

Fierceteeth's father is an adult male NightWing who was mentioned in The Dark Secret. He is the partner of Farsight, father of Fierceteeth, and stepfather of Starflight.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Dark Secret

Fierceteeth mentioned on the NightWing island that she had a different father than Starflight.

The NightWing librarian was a male NightWing who was introduced in Darkstalker.

Biography

Legends

Darkstalker

The NightWing Librarian had given Clearsight a study room of her own. However, Clearsight suspected that the NightWing Librarian had only done this because he thought Clearsight was insane and wanted the option to lock her in if necessary.

The NightWing followers are a group of NightWings who were introduced in The Dragonet Prophecy. They served under Morrowseer who came to save Starflight at the arena in Queen Scarlet's Palace.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Dragonet Prophecy

When the dragonets were captured, Morrowseer and a dozen NightWings flew down and killed all the IceWing prisoners after taking Starflight.

Mightyclaws's sister is a female NightWing who was mentioned in The Dark Secret. She is Mightyclaws's sister.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Dark Secret

Mightyclaws mentioned his older sister to Starflight when introducing Fierceteeth.


Winglets

Prisoners

Fierceteeth mentions Mightyclaws as the only dragon she knew who had a sibling.

The tribe blacksmith is a NightWing of unknown gender who was mentioned in Darkness of Dragons by Moon in a vision.

Biography

The Jade Mountain Prophecy

Darkness of Dragons

Moon has a vision of Peacemaker, who is mentioned to marry the tribe blacksmith and have two dragonets with them, who will be with them when he dies quietly in his sleep.

RainWings

The RainWing dragonet is a young male RainWing who appeared in The Hidden Kingdom.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Hidden Kingdom

He was with a RainWing being taken to be punished for putting berries inside the other RainWings' nostrils during their sleep.

The RainWing citizen is a RainWing of unknown gender who appeared in The Hidden Kingdom. They were asked about Orchid. Like most RainWings, they were oblivious to the fact someone might kidnap a RainWing.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Hidden Kingdom

They were asked about Orchid and suggested she might be taking a really long nap somewhere, oblivious to the fact she was captured and hasn't appeared in days.

Tsunami's copycat is a male RainWing who appeared in The Hidden Kingdom.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Hidden Kingdom

He was with Magnificent and Handsome in the queen's hut when Glory entered to ask for Magnificent's help. Glory noticed that he was trying to copy Tsunami's colors, even putting small white spots in his neck to match with her pearl necklaces. When Glory was furious about Magnificent when she denied to help her free the RainWing prisoners, he replied that he never "had seen someone in that shade of red."

Jerboa's RainWing friend is a RainWing of unknown gender who appeared in The Dangerous Gift.

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Dangerous Gift

This RainWing is described by Jerboa to have been building sand castles with her, then the next day they were gone, and so were Jerboa's memories about them.

The RainWing peddler is a RainWing of unknown gender who appeared in Darkstalker.

Biography

Darkstalker

Darkstalker

Darkstalker bought giant tomatoes, roasted nuts, cheese, bear paws, camel jerky, and several other mystery fruits from a RainWing peddler.

SandWings

The two SandWing guards appeared with Burn while chasing Hvitur at the beginning of The Dragonet Prophecy. At least one was said to be male.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Dragonet Prophecy

Alongside Burn, two SandWings attacked and chained Hvitur and his snout with burning chains under Burn's orders. While one was chaining Hvitur, the other brought Burn the SkyWing egg he was carrying. They carefully moved the chain from Hvitur's snout so Burn could question him. They then held him down while Burn threw the SkyWing egg off the cliff.

Six-Claws' two sisters are two female SandWings and the sisters of Six-Claws.

Biography

Winglets

Deserter

Six-Claws' sisters are mentioned at the beginning, where it is said that Ostrich and Quicksand's lives were devoted to Queen Oasis first and their dragonets second. The two sisters taught their brother not to tell them who he had a crush on if he didn't want everyone to know about it.

Deathbringer's associate is a female SandWing who was introduced in Dragonslayer. She is a messenger of Queen Battlewinner and Morrowseer, and an associate to Deathbringer in his assassination missions.

Appearance

She had a sly, furtive way of moving and a few frostbite scars along her tail.[15]

Biography

Legends

Dragonslayer

Deathbringer was shown outside of the town of Possibility, reading a scroll. He hid into the shadows when a dragon approached, coming out again when he recognized her as his associate. She gave him a scroll, telling him that he received a new assignment from Battlewinner and Morrowseer. When Deathbringer asked for her to clarify about the assignment, she snapped that she was only the messenger, and he was only the assassin, and they should both do their jobs without being annoying about it. She then slithered away.

Oasis' two sisters were two female SandWings and the sisters of Queen Oasis.

Biography

Winglets

Deserter

One of Queen Oasis's sisters was mentioned by Ostrich, who said that she would be the one to be killed by Queen Oasis after the new SandWing princess, Blaze, had hatched. The day after that, she was mentioned to have "vanished into thin air." According to Six-Claws, no-one ever mentioned her name again.

The male patrolling SandWing was a male SandWing soldier allied with Burn during the War of SandWing Succession.

Appearance

He was described as burly with missing teeth and a missing ear.[16]

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Dragonet Prophecy

The patrolling SandWing asked two MudWings in the Mud Kingdom if they had seen the dragonets of destiny. When they responded that they hadn't, he left to continue searching.

The SandWing general was a male SandWing soldier of unknown gender allied with Burn during the War of SandWing Succession.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Dark Secret

The soldier led a battle against IceWings, but told the SandWings and MudWings to retreat.

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The male SandWing guard is a male SandWing guard who was introduced in Dragonslayer.

Biography

Legends

Dragonslayer

The male SandWing guard is first seen twitching and stamping his talons at the gate of the SandWing stronghold along with a female SandWing guard. He kept looking back at the palace, as though he was more afraid of what might come from there than he was of anything out of the desert. He previously had a fight with the female SandWing guard, in which Ivy made much worse by throwing sand on both of them, making them think that the other had thrown sand at themselves. Ivy continued distracting the two guards until the male guard roared and opened the gate to get a different guard in his place.

The female SandWing guard is a female SandWing guard who was introduced in Dragonslayer.

Biography

Legends

Dragonslayer

The female SandWing guard is first seen twitching and stamping her talons at the gate of the SandWing stronghold along with a male SandWing guard. She kept looking back at the palace, as though she was more afraid of what might come from there than she was of anything out of the desert. She previously had a fight with the male SandWing guard, in which Ivy made much worse by throwing sand on both of them, making them think that the other had thrown sand at themselves. Ivy continued distracting the two guards until the male guard roared and opened the gate to get a different guard in his place.

The SandWing cook is a female SandWing cook who was introduced in Dragonslayer. She owns the kitchen of the SandWing stronghold and despises Rose.

Biography

Legends

Dragonslayer

The SandWing cook was first seen hunched over the counters, taking notes on a scroll, absorbed and quiet. When Ivy, Stone, and Leaf entered the room, she looked up with a hiss and dumped Stone into a bag. Roaring in anger, she pounded on Smolder's door, and Smolder came out to tell her that the scavenger she caught was not Rose. The SandWing cook nearly "jumped out of her skin" when she noticed that she had caught a wild scavenger instead of Rose, throwing the bag onto one of the pillows and arguing with Smolder about keeping scavengers out of her kitchen. Rose then explained that the SandWing cook despised her for always messing with the food in the kitchen, and that the SandWing must have took Stone for Rose.

The SandWing patrol guard is a female patrolling SandWing who appeared at the end of Deserter. She noticed Six-Claws leaving with Kindle and Dune, and offered to take Dune to the stronghold for more medical attention.

Biography

Winglets

Deserter

She appeared when Six-Claws and Kindle were taking Dune away and fleeing to the Scorpion Den. Six-Claws lied to her that they were taking him to Burn's Stronghold for more medical assistance, and she offered to take him. Six-Claws denied and, while he was flying away, thought an apology to her and all the soldiers he was leaving behind.

The Outclaw guard is a SandWing guard of unknown gender who appeared in The Brightest Night, guarding the Scorpion Den. Their gender is unclear, as they were mistakenly referred to as female[17] then male.[18]

Appearance

They are muscular.[17]

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Brightest Night

They were the guard to stop Fierceteeth, Preyhunter, and Strongwings at the Scorpion Den entrance. They told them that no one enters the Scorpion Den without a contribution to the Outclaws. When Preyhunter offers them a prophecy, the guard tells Qibli to tell Thorn that there are "three NightWings offering their pathetic services." After a while, they are heard telling the NightWings that Thorn wants to see them and demands them to follow Qibli without any funny business."

SeaWings

Albatross's wife was a female SeaWing who was mentioned in Darkstalker. She was the wife of Albatross and died at an unknown time in the series.

Biography

Legends

Darkstalker

Lagoon used Albatross's wife as an example when telling Fathom how much of a chore it was to choose a match for an animus dragon. She later mentioned that it was a shame that Albatross's wife had died, as he was too stubborn to marry again after the latter event.

Herring's brother is a male SeaWing soldier who was introduced in The Lost Heir. He was a soldier fighting in the War of SandWing Succession and the brother of Herring.

Appearance

He has fish-green scales and gills in the graphic novel, with a few larger scales being a dark, kelp green color.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Lost Heir

He and another soldier visited Coral's council, and Tsunami saw that both were terribly wounded. She tried to encourage her mother, Queen Coral, to get them help. Queen Coral eventually agrees, and they were both flown to the healers.

Later, when Tsunami goes back to her friends and needs a key from the guards, Herring tells her that she had saved his brother. When she asks about the other guard, Herring tells her that it was "too late," meaning that they had died of their wounds.

The two SeaWing guards are two SeaWings of unknown gender who were introduced in The Lost Heir. They were the guards of the dungeons where Webs, Riptide, the dragonets of destiny, and an unnamed SandWing prisoner were kept, alongside other prisoners.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Lost Heir

While the Summer Palace was under attack, Tsunami told them that defending the palace was more important than guarding the dungeons. Once they left, she freed Webs and Riptide.

The twenty-eight SeaWing princes are twenty-eight male SeaWing princes who were mentioned in The Lost Heir. They are the sons of Coral and Gill.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Lost Heir

They were mentioned by Anemone when she says she has lots of brothers, but she can't play with them.


The Jade Mountain Prophecy

Moon Rising

Turtle mentions them when he tells Tsunami that she has thirty-two brothers.

Talons of Power

Turtle suggests that Fin take their brothers with him on his mapping excursion, to which Fin says, "It'll be more like an invasion than a scouting trip."

The eight dead SeaWing princesses were eight female SeaWing princesses who were mentioned in The Lost Heir. They were the daughters of Coral and Gill. They were killed when their eggs were smashed by Orca's statue.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Lost Heir

They were mentioned as the other victims of Orca's statue. One of the SeaWing princesses was a clutch-mate of Auklet's that was found dead in the Royal Hatchery during Queen Coral's unsuccessful attempt to catch the assassin.


The Jade Mountain Prophecy

Talons of Power

Two of them were killed in the prologue by Orca's statue.

Webs's wife was an adult female SeaWing who was mentioned in The Lost Heir. She was the wife of Webs and the mother of Riptide. She was sent to death in battle by Queen Coral.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Lost Heir

Queen Coral mentioned that she sent her into a battle, stating that she is dead. The death of Webs's spouse was intentional on Queen Coral's part, as she realized that the former assisted her husband in stealing Tsunami's egg. Webs's wife served as one of Coral's chefs before she was sent into battle as cannon fodder.

Boa's SeaWing friend was a SeaWing of unknown gender who was mentioned in The Dangerous Gift.

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Dangerous Gift

The SeaWing was described by Boa to have been 'swimming in the ocean with her, then the next day they and her memories of them were gone.

Nautilus's partner is an adult female SeaWing who was mentioned in The Hidden Kingdom. She is Nautilus's partner and the mother of Squid.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Hidden Kingdom

She was indirectly mentioned when Squid was wondering why his parents let him get taken away.

SilkWings

Tau's stepbrother is a male SilkWing who was introduced in The Hive Queen. He is the stepbrother of Tau and a member of the Jewel Hive Chrysalis.

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Hive Queen

As Cricket returned from the nest to report Wasp's actions to Sundew, she noticed a male SilkWing trying to patch the roof in the Glitterbazaar stall with Tau and Sundew. Tau mentioned that he was her stepbrother and a member of the Chrysalis.

Tussock's uncle is an adult male SilkWing who was mentioned in The Lost Continent. He is the uncle of Tussock.

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Lost Continent

In the first part of The Lost Continent, Blue has a brief argument with Luna on whether the LeafWings are extinct. Tussock's uncle supposedly saw a LeafWing a couple of years back, though Luna believes him to be hysterical, having just seen a green SilkWing.

Grayling's brother is a male SilkWing who was mentioned in The Poison Jungle. He is Grayling's brother and was sent away to Tsetse Hive by the HiveWings.

Grayling's father was an adult male SilkWing who was mentioned in The Poison Jungle. He was Grayling's father. The HiveWings of Bloodworm Hive let him die, however it is unknown what he specifically died from.

The SilkWing servant is a male SilkWing who was mentioned in The Hive Queen. Cricket briefly remembered how venomous Cadelle's teeth are, and how Cadelle bit him when he accidentally burned her favorite food. He barely survived, if not for Cricket's grandfather.

The pale pink SilkWing is an adult male SilkWing who was introduced in The Lost Continent. He was a prisoner of Misbehaver's Way.

Appearance

The SilkWing has pale pink scales and long, rose-petal wings.[citation needed]

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Lost Continent

Blue and Cricket spotted him during their trip to Misbehaver's Way. His talons were outstretched as though he had been pleading for mercy, and his snout was still wet with tears.

The SilkWing cook is a SilkWing of unknown gender who was mentioned in The Hive Queen.

Biography

The Lost Continent Prophecy

The Hive Queen

They are mentioned when Cricket has sudden pangs of regret for not being more grateful for her SilkWing servants.

Aphid's caretaker is a male SilkWing who was introduced in The Lost Continent.

SkyWings

The SkyWing dragonet was an unhatched female SkyWing dragonet introduced in the prologue of The Dragonet Prophecy. She was originally supposed to be a dragonet of destiny. However, after her egg was destroyed by Burn, she was replaced by Glory the RainWing.

Biography

Pre-Series

In the prologue of The Dragonet Prophecy, Hvitur was caught by Burn after stealing the SkyWing egg from Queen Scarlet's palace. Burn toyed with the egg while the chained Hvitur, kept from using his frostbreath, pleaded for its safety. She feigned consideration, then dramatically dropped the egg over a tall cliff before gruesomely killing Hvitur. Kestrel, the SkyWing guardian, later found the corpse of Hvitur and some fragments of the eggshell at the base of the cliff. Kestrel wouldn't have minded if they had this SkyWing, saying she should've stolen it herself, claiming, "They wouldn't have caught me a second time."

The prophecy could not have been fulfilled without five dragonets, so Webs, the SeaWing guardian, stole a RainWing egg to fulfill the prophecy. However, the guardians always viewed Glory as a replacement.


The Dragonet Prophecy

The Dragonet Prophecy

The SkyWing dragonet was mentioned frequently as the dragonets talked about how Glory replaced them. Kestrel mentioned that a SkyWing would have been better than Glory many times before her death, and Glory frequently wondered whether a SkyWing would have been better.

The Brightest Night

Sunny wondered why everyone was so mean to Glory about not being the SkyWing dragonet if the prophecy was false.

The runty SkyWing is a SkyWing dragonet of unknown gender who was mentioned in the prologue of Escaping Peril. They hatched on the brightest night. Tui confirmed this dragonet would be important later on.[event 1][event 2]

Biography

The Jade Mountain Prophecy

Escaping Peril

After Hvitur's failed attempt to steal the prophesied SkyWing egg, Scarlet ordered her guards to bring in all the eggs that were due to hatch on the brightest night, so that she could have Peril burn them with her firescales. When she said that one was missing, one of the guards reassured her that it wouldn't get far, and "it was a runty one anyways."

The eight SkyWing guards were a group of SkyWings who were introduced in The Dragonet Prophecy.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Dragonet Prophecy

They appeared alongside Scarlet to take the dragonets of destiny, Kestrel, Dune, and Webs to the SkyWing palace. The guards spread around the cave, each one taking a dragon, although since Dune was killed by Scarlet, two went after Kestrel instead. When Webs escaped in the river, one asked if they should go after him, but Scarlet said that he would be long gone.

Three SkyWing guards are a group of SkyWing guards introduced in The Dragonet Prophecy.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Dragonet Prophecy

When Queen Scarlet was attacked by Glory's venom and screaming, the guards quickly attempted to assist Queen Scarlet. They shouted for a medic, asked if anyone saw the culprit, and wondered if the queen was dying.

Kidney Breath is a male SkyWing who was introduced in the prologue of Escaping Peril. He currently resides in the Sky Kingdom. "Kidney Breath" is not his real name, but a nickname that Ruby gave him.

Appearance

Ruby described him as squat and rust-colored. It has also been mentioned that he was one of the oldest dragons in the palace. According to Ruby, whenever he sees her, he makes an odd clicking noise with his teeth, comments on how peculiarly long her neck was and told her that the secret of long life was eating a goat kidney every day.[19]

Biography

The Jade Mountain Prophecy

Escaping Peril

Kidney Breath appeared in the prologue as one of the dragons in the palace who saw Peril burn the SkyWing eggs.

The SkyWing Tsunami attacked is a male SkyWing who was introduced in The Lost Heir.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Lost Heir

The SkyWing first appeared flying over the dragonets' hiding places as part of a SkyWing patrol. He glanced at the place where Sunny was hiding, making Tsunami think he had seen her. When he opened his mouth, Tsunami thought he would alert the rest of the patrol, although the other dragonets later agreed that he had just been yawning. Tsunami attacked him, and with Clay's help, knocked him unconscious. The dragonets then brought him to the shore and tied him to a tree.

Scarlet's sisters are three female SkyWings mentioned in Escaping Peril.

Biography

The Jade Mountain Prophecy

Escaping Peril

In the prologue, Ruby mentioned that Scarlet had killed all three of her sisters during a talk with Tourmaline.

The Female SkyWing guard is a female SkyWing guard who was introduced in The Dragonet Prophecy.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Dragonet Prophecy

Near the end of the book, she and another guard tried to capture the dragonets. She fought with Tsunami, but was spared when her partner was nearly killed by Peril.

The Male SkyWing guard is a male SkyWing guard who was introduced in the The Dragonet Prophecy.

Biography

The Dragonet Prophecy

The Dragonet Prophecy

While the dragonets of destiny were escaping the SkyWings, he and the female guard found them. He managed to pin Tsunami down but was scratched across the throat by Peril before escaping.

References

  1. The Hive Queen, page 87
  2. 2.0 2.1 The Hive Queen, page 88
  3. The Hive Queen, page 89
  4. The Hive Queen, page 90
  5. The Lost Continent, page 8-9
  6. The Hive Queen, page 5
  7. The Hive Queen, page 6
  8. The Lost Continent, page 59
  9. Dragonslayer, page 28
  10. Dragonslayer, page 31
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 The Dangerous Gift, page 138
  12. The Poison Jungle, page 155
  13. Darkstalker, page 40
  14. Moon Rising, page 294
  15. Dragonslayer, page 308
  16. The Dragonet Prophecy, page 286
  17. 17.0 17.1 The Brightest Night, page 51
  18. The Brightest Night, page 52
  19. Escaping Peril, prologue
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