A evolved descendent of the Marine Dragon, the Forest Dragon keeps the long body of its ancestor. More is known about the Forest Dragon compared to the Marine Dragon, such as its main prey and its style of hunting. It is from the Chinese forests and was the basis for the oriental dragons of myth. Unlike all other dragons, it could mimic the sounds its hears by regulating the gas from its flight bladder. Due to its small wings, it couldn't fly, instead gliding or being light enough to move silently through the forest.
Powers and Stats
Name: Forest Dragon
Origin: The Last Dragon (also known as "Dragons: A Fantasy Made Real" and "Dragon's World")
Gender: Varies (Can be male or female)
Classification: Chinese forest dwelling reptile, descendent of Marine Dragon
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Enhanced Senses (Smell and sight), Natural Weaponry (Claws and teeth), Vocal Mimicry (Used to lure prey), Stealth Mastery (Is able to move silently through the forest and surprise its prey), Natural Camouflage, Gliding (Unlike other dragons, all its small wings allow it to do is glide), Fire Breath (Can produce a powerful stream of fire using plutonium and specialized gases), Large Size (Type 0; Similar in size to the Marine Dragon)
Speed: Superhuman (Can catch up to tigers and boars)
Lifting Strength: At least Class 1, possibly Class 5 (Can overpower tigers and boars)
Striking Strength: Wall Class
Durability: Wall level (Can fight tigers)
Stamina: High (Comparable to its prey)
Range: Extended melee range via size, several meters with fire breath
Standard Equipment: Plutonium
Intelligence: High Animalistic (Sneaks up on its prey, usually outsmarting them. Uses vocal mimicry to entice and trick potential food)
Weaknesses: If they run out of gas, they can't blow fire or mimic sounds.
- Flight Bladder: Unlike its ancestor, the Marine Dragon, the Forest Dragon species re-evolved the swim bladder back into a usable flight bladder (similar to the ones used by the Prehistoric Dragon). They, however, cannot fly due to their wings being to small. Instead they use their bladder for other very specialized purposes. This include using it to lift up their long bodies, making them lighter so they make almost no nose while moving through the forest. Another mobility adaptation is the ability to glide short distances. As for hunting and eating, the re-evolved fire breathing along side the new ability of vocal mimicry.
- Fire Breath: While not outright stated, both their predecessor and their offspring used plutonium to breath fire. This is likely the case for the Forest Dragon. Unlike most dragons, this species usually only used fire to cook their food. This allowed them to more quickly digest their kills and obtain their specialized gases.
- Vocal Mimicry: By regulating the gas it releases, as well as constricting and loosening its muscles, the Forest Dragon could mimic the sounds of its prey. It tenses to use this sound to lure in potential food.