Cloud Raising Dragon Cub App
by Moon View Tea
Genre: BL, dragons, elves, dwarves, children, app, god, powers, childcare
Novel Status in Country of Origin: 112 chapters, complete
~~~~Brought to you by ExR~~~~
Ning Chu downloaded a western fantasy app called “Dragon Island” during winter break, in which you can raise various small dragons.
The game was beautifully drawn and unique, and the little dragon cubs are super cute and lovable, so Ning Chu quickly got hooked and raised a dozen of them with crazy funds.
The little dragon cubs vary in character and preferences, and Ning Chu works early and late every day, hunting and cooking, cutting down trees and building houses, sewing clothes for the little dragon cubs, playing with them, and singing children’s songs to put them to sleep.
Unfortunately, before the little dragon cubs grew up, Ning Chu met with an accident.
When he opened his eyes again, Ning Chu transmigrated.
He came to a strange and different world where there were wizards, dwarves, elves, half-therians, and… giant dragons.
Ning Chu was unlucky to have just crossed into a dragon slaying battle, where the huge creature raised its claws at him in the dusty atmosphere.
But… the red scales, the curved horns, and the hot flames coming out of its mouth…
This dragon, how come it was so similar to the cubs he raised?
Legend says that dragons are the product of God’s creation.
God favored the dragons, gave them great strength, a long life, and raised them personally. But from a certain day, the miracle disappeared and God abandoned the dragons.
The young dragon cubs lost their love and care, wailing in the cold night, stumbling to grow up, and eventually became ferocious and tyrannical dragons.
Later, God came again.
Ning Chu: oooh my cubs, daddy is back!
1. 1v1, except for the ML, other dragons will not turn human
Chapter 1: Transmigration
Translated by Addis of Exiled Rebels Scanlations
Prior to the incident, Ning Chu was playing《Dragon Island》. There were several new toys and costumes in the mall, and he had just spent a fortune in kryptonite to clear a spacious area at the foot of the mountain and set up a small playground while it was still day in the game.
——When the little dragon cubs woke up and saw it, they would be very happy.
《Dragon Island》was a mobile game Ning Chu stumbled upon. The developer probably had little money since the advertising was very minimal. It was an illustration of a blue sky, a mountain and a few small dragon cubs with a promotional message, ‘Do you wish to raise dragons?’
This sentence made Ning Chu download it and he quickly became addicted.
The game belonged to the raising and building category, the style was excellent and the gameplay was unique. It started on an island, which came with some common dragon eggs. The shopping mall was quite complete, from various tools, food, herbs to toys and other useful items, and the game resources could be exchanged for real world credits.
Dragon eggs needed to be purchased and were categorized into common and rare levels, as well as legendary, which could only be obtained through hidden missions.
Ning Chu maneuvered the short-legged little man all over the map, did the newbie quests, and successfully hatched the ordinary level dragon eggs given to him.
There were many types of dragons in the game, and after hatching, the system gave him a taming manual, showing the hobbies and personality of the species hatched.
The common dragons were rather rigid and mechanical, and except for eating, drinking, shitting and running around the map every day, they weren’t affectionate to Ning Chu.
After Ning Chu raised a few common dragons, he set his sights on the rare classes. Rare dragons were smarter and cuter, and could have different personalities and could even recognize their owners. There were currently five types of rare dragons, but they couldn’t be purchased directly, only bought through a special credits, and it depended on luck.
His luck was kryptonite.
Ning Chu looked at the balance of his wallet, directly bought all the gift packs, and drew all of the five rare dragons at once. The five rare dragon eggs were of different colors and had their own cool names; Frost Dragon, Gale Dragon, Red-Flame dragon…
In addition to the five rare dragons, there were also some ordinary dragons drawn, adding up to more than a dozen dragon eggs.
The game’s character crouched next to a pile of dragon eggs, while Ning Chu’s eyes on the other side of the screen gradually became excited.
Kryptonite in the game was only used to draw rare dragons, hatching dragon eggs and taming dragon cubs required players to work hard to manage them.
So every morning and night, Ning Chu constantly harvested the land, collected supplies, built houses for the unborn dragon cubs, and bought a variety of materials. Finally, the five rare dragons hatched one by one, and Ning Chu renamed them in the order they broke their shells: First Cub, Second Cub, Third Cub, Fourth Cub and Fifth Cub.
After finishing the taming manual of all the dragon cubs, a system prompt popped up in front of Ning Chu.
“Congratulations, you have collected all the illustrations! You have successfully unlocked the hidden mission! One legendary dragon egg will be awarded!”
Ning Chu: Ah… So simple?
The dragon egg was put into his inventory, so Ning Chu took it out to check it. The egg was even bigger than the rare dragons’, and it was pure black in color, with some irregular patterns on the surface of the egg shell.
Age: Not hatched yet
Innate Skill: ????
“Kinda mysterious…” Ning Chu muttered to himself, putting the dragon egg into the hut to hatch as usual.
As for the name, Ning Chu wanted to call it “Sixth cub”, but also wanted to distinguish it from the other rare dragons. After all, it was a legendary cub.
Ning Chu held his tongue for a while and wrote “Cubbie” in the new nickname field.
After waiting for half a month, the status of the legendary dragon egg finally changed to “about to hatch from its shell”.
In order to let the cub see him as soon as it opened its eyes, Ning Chu checked online dozens of times a day, crouching next to the dragon egg. A baby dragon cub came to the hut alone, with light green scales, four slightly darker claws, and two forks at the base of its horns.
【’Fifth Cub’ is acting spoiled towards you.】
At the same time, a childish aowu- came to Ning Chu’s ears.
The little man in the game who had “Ning” above his head, turned to the little green dragon, made the interactive action of “petting”, and then picked it up.
This one was one of the five cubs, a Rosette Leaf Dragon, which was the smallest of the rare dragons, and was also the only rare dragon without dragon wings, so he loved to cling to Ning Chu.
After he started to feed the rare dragon, Ning Chu also found a very special feature of the game: he could talk to the dragon cubs directly. He put on the headset and turned on the in-game microphone.
“What’s wrong with Little Five?” Ning Chu asked, scratching the chin of Fifth Cub while checking its status, “Are you hungry?”
Fifth Cub was only the size of Ning Chu’s two palms in the game, looking at Ning Chu with black round eyes, and after a while buried his head in his arm to find a suitable position to lie down.
Fifth Cub was normal in all aspects, her mood was good, so Ning Chu closed the panel, when he heard a crack. He turned the game view and saw a small red exclamation point appear above the dragon egg beside him.
The shell was finally broken!
Ning Chu was so excited that he let go of Fifth Cub and approached the dragon egg, taking things out of the package one by one. A small blanket, a milk bottle, three flavors of milk powder, a small piece of fresh rabbit meat and a handful of young grass.
Ning Chu didn’t know the habits of this legendary dragon, whether it was carnivorous, herbivorous, or omnivorous, so he simply prepared a little bit of everything. There was another crack and a larger crack appeared on the surface of the egg shell, so Ning Chu waited with bated breath.
Thump. A large piece of egg shell fell off.
A small black dragon was sitting squarely inside the eggshell, its wings hanging down on both sides of its body, and in addition to a pair of horns, a small horn was protruding from the center of its forehead, its eyes opened, revealing its dark red pupils.
“Cubbie,” Ning Chu called it, while operating the character to reach out to hug the little black dragon, “I’m your father.”
The little black dragon nimbly dodged, and even though it obviously was a 3D model, Ning Chu somehow felt the little black dragon’s eyes showed a trace of dislike. He gave up for now, and picked up the food on the ground, “Cubbie, which one do you want to eat?”
The little black dragon didn’t even look at it and ignored Ning Chu, but picked up the eggshells on the ground and nibbled on them little by little.
“How can you eat eggshells?” Ning Chu was surprised, neither the rare nor the ordinary dragons did this. Those eggshells in the past were collected by Ning Chu and thrown to the mall to exchange for supplies.
Even after successfully breaking the shell, the type and talent in the little black dragon panel was still “???” The system hinted that it was up to the player to discover them. The dragon’s personality was also different from those of the newborn dragon cubs, so Ning Chu was convinced that this was really a legendary dragon.
While the little black dragon was gnawing on the eggshell, Fifth Cub quietly approached and secretly finished eating the tender grass on the ground. After chewing a small piece of eggshell, the little black dragon got up and turned around, just lying down in the eggshell and closing its eyes, letting him know that it was going to sleep.
Ning Chu dithered for a moment and laid the small blanket next to the eggshell.
It was time to feed the dragon cubs, so Ning Chu left the hatchery without disturbing the little black dragon.
After about a week, the little black dragon ate all of its eggshell before it began to eat the food Ning Chu gave it.
He only ate meat, and he loved fresh rabbit meat, so Ning Chu immediately bought ten pairs of small rabbits from the mall and kept them on the lawn by the lake. The little black dragon was different from all the other dragon cubs, because except for eating and sleeping every day, it was just looking for a place to sit quietly. He didn’t like toys and didn’t mix with the other dragon cubs, so Ning Chu was worried that he was being isolated.
Ning Chu slowly found that the little black dragon was eating less and less, but the status on the panel indicated that it was full. Was it possible that a legendary dragon didn’t need to eat?
Ning Chu was puzzled until one day when he came back from chopping trees, he saw Third Cub holding a piece of rabbit meat it had just grabbed and placed it in front of the little black dragon like a treasure.
The little black dragon sniffed it, then slowly ate the rabbit meat before Third Cub opened its dragon wings and flew away.
Third Cub was a Scarlet Flame Dragon, naughty and aggressive, always liked to bully the other dragon cubs, and gave Ning Chu the most headache, so he had never seen it act like this.
Ning Chu hadn’t figured it out yet, when he saw Fifth Cub trot over with a handful of fresh oat grass and carefully gave the grass to the little black dragon. The little black dragon hesitated a little longer this time, then it raised its front paws and pulled the oat grass to its body, meaning it accepted it.
Fifth Cub happily spun around on the ground and trotted off again.
Ning Chu watched with amazement and immediately went to give《Dragon Island》a five-star review.
As more and more land opened up on Dragon Island, the variety of things that could be bought in the mall was increasing. Some of the advanced toys and amenities required kryptonite, and Ning Chu didn’t bat an eye when adding them to his cart.
The number of dragon cubs was also increasing, but he didn’t know if it was a system glitch or what, but rare dragons couldn’t be drawn for the time being, Ning Chu could only buy some ordinary dragons to hatch.
This morning, he just finished buying a set of mall rides, carrying tools to clear an area at the foot of the mountain.
The time in the game was different from reality, the screen was a little dark, so Ning Chu set up street lights, which took him half an hour. He put down his phone and rubbed his wrist, planning to go to breakfast first.
After the summer break, Ning Chu lived alone at home. He went downstairs and out of the neighborhood, crossing the street to eat at a familiar noodle shop. There was no one around, and while waiting for the light to turn green, Ning Chu turned on the game and set up the last bit of stuff. He looked at the result with satisfaction and took a few screenshots.
When the light turned green, Ning Chu put away his phone and looked up. He had just taken a step when an ear-splitting horn sounded next to him. An out-of-control car was coming toward him at high speed, and Ning Chu had no time to dodge.
Before he lost consciousness, many images swept through Ning Chu’s mind: parents, friends, classmates, past experiences and memories, and finally settled on what he had forgotten.
——He hadn’t prepared breakfast for the baby dragons.
A new batch of dragon eggs would hatch in the next two days, and there may not be enough room to sleep for all of them. There were only three rabbits left, and he hadn’t had time to buy new ones. The black cub was finally getting a little closer to him, and he touched its dragon horns yesterday…
A long darkness came, it seemed like a long, long time had passed, while it also seemed like only a moment.
“Beep — host is bound. Locking medium, transmission in progress.”
Ning Chu vaguely heard some mechanical sounds, along with the increasingly strong roar in his ears, as his body senses were gradually recovering.
He could feel his blood flowing again, his stiff bones were no longer heavy, and when the light in front of him was getting brighter and brighter, Ning Chu subconsciously opened his eyes. He saw greenery, woods, grass, and sunlight obscured by smoke and dust.
“The system is loading, please wait patiently…”
Where is this place?
Ning Chu’s brain was in chaos, as he looked up in bewilderment, at the behemoth standing before his eyes. Its wings were slightly open, it was as tall as a four-story building, covered in red scales, with a pair of backward twisted dragon horns on its forehead. It stomped on the ground with its hind legs, followed by a threatening hiss.
Many trees around were crushed, and some figures scurried around in panic.
Not far away, someone seemed to be talking. Ning Chu was a little slow before he turned his head to look. The man was dressed peculiarly, and his mouth shouted strange words, but Ning Chu somehow understood what he meant. He was saying, “Get out of the way!”
The red beast raised its front paws, and the sharp claws slapped hard in Ning Chu’s direction.
Ning Chu’s spine stiffened, and he could only think of one thing.
This is… a dragon?
The sunlight overhead was blocked tightly, a huge shadow was cast on the ground, and the trees kept falling over. A hot wind was blowing, and the exposed skin felt like it was burning, sore and aching.
Ning Chu’s brain was in a state of shock, his body lost inertia, so he was unable to move backward to avoid it, but someone was faster than him, and blocked in front of him.
This person was in clothing unfamiliar to Ning Chu, holding a wooden staff, before he mouthed words, and a silver light tightly covered the both of them.
The dragon’s claws slapped on the silver barrier, and Ning Chu took this opportunity to quickly hide behind a tree not far away. He pinched the back of his hand hard. It hurt, so this wasn’t a dream.
There were about a dozen people around, defending themselves against the dragon’s attack, with all kinds of weapons in their hands, most of which were a wooden staff Ning Chu had just seen, as well as some swords and other weapons.
In the midst of the chaos, several balls of light of different colors smashed into the dragon, which didn’t hurt it, but with a wave of its wings, swept them away. This was the woods, and the dragon’s size was too big, so it couldn’t move around easily, but its target wasn’t the crowd in front of it.
It turned around and focused in another direction.
Ning Chu looked far away and there were several very large iron cages there, which the red dragon easily destroyed with its sharp claws. Several smaller dragons flew out of the iron cages and fled in all directions, filling the area with high and low dragon cries.
The people around watched all this and couldn’t stop it.
When the last dragon flew away, the dragon claw flattened the iron cage, its dark pupils were ice cold. It opened its wings, making the surrounding temperature increase. Its back was slightly erected, and a red light gathered in its mouth, as if there were flames flowing.
Ning Chu heard a trembling person nearby, the tone of his voice filled with despair, “We’re finished…”
However, the dragon didn’t attack, it collected the red light at the last moment, tilted its head and let out a roar, the whistling wind blowing hard. It then turned and flew away, disappearing from sight in a few moments.
Witnessing the whole process, Ning Chu’s legs were a little weak. He hung his head and found his clothes were also really unusual. He was wearing silver-gray long pants, a wide cloak-style jacket embroidered with white trim, and a pair of leather boots on his feet.
There was something pressing against his heart, and Ning Chu reached out and pulled a wooden staff from the inside of his jacket. The staff was thick at one end and thin at the other, and looked very old, with the words “water” and “wood” carved into it.
Next to the staff was a folded hard card, which read “Second level assignment: three plants of Soul Rejuvenating Grasses”, with a handwritten signature at the bottom: Hugh Ning.
Ning Chu was looking at it when someone came over and tapped him on the shoulder. It was the man who told Ning Chu to dodge earlier. He was tall and stout, with a thick beard and a heavy sword in his hand. The bearded man thought Ning Chu took out his magic staff to defend himself and said in a warm voice, “Don’t worry, it won’t come back.”
The language was still unfamiliar and odd to him, but it reached Ning Chu’s ears without any communication barrier. He forced out a smile and nodded his head.
If he wasn’t dreaming, then he had… transmigrated. Ning Chu took a few deep breaths and calmed himself down. Although this kind of thing was very unbelievable, he could accept it quite easily.
Before he lost consciousness, he only remembered that he had been in a car accident.
Was he already dead? Did he transmigrate then?
The giant dragon that appeared just now, and the clothing and weapons of the group of people in front of him proved that the world he came to was foreign. Besides, once he opened his eyes and almost died again, Ning Chu’s heart was pounding really hard, so he put away his wooden staff and leaned his back against a tree trunk.
He could just hide himself, and in fact, there was a chance to take advantage of the chaos to leave.
But Ning Chu didn’t go. For one, he wasn’t clear about his current situation, and the second reason was…
The red dragon inexplicably reminded him of Third Cub.
It and Third Cub looked very much alike, both had reddish unadulterated scales, black dragon horns, even the angle and direction of its curved horns were the same, the only difference basically was that one was a juvenile, while the other was an adult.
Ning Chu then dismissed this idea.
It was fantastic enough to transmigrate over to a different world, so how could the dragon he raised in the game appear here?
The people around him were counting the wounded, and Ning Chu debated whether he should do something about it, when the bearded man spoke up again, “You’re a student from the nearby Lance Academy, right? How come you came here alone?”
Ning Chu was caught off guard and opened his mouth, “…Yes.”
The words he uttered automatically became the same language as the bearded man’s, who didn’t pursue the matter, but simply assumed Ning Chu was stunned and hadn’t returned to his senses yet.
While they were talking, a young man approached, his face still in shock, “Captain, why did it… Why did it just leave?”
The bearded man he called captain gestured for him to look around, “There are trees everywhere here, and it didn’t strike because it was concerned about that.”
It was these woods that saved them, if they had run into this dragon elsewhere, they would’ve been burned to a cinder by now. The bearded man’s eyes turned to the damaged iron cage, before he calmly said, “It only made this trip to save its kind… That last was a warning to us.”
The young man sighed and looked sad, “After days of work, there’s nothing left.”
A person passing by heard him say this, and said in passing, “If you can save your life, be satisfied, that’s the way it is in this business.”
From their conversation, Ning Chu got two clues. The first was, he didn’t know them, he just bumped into them by chance.
The team should be here specifically to catch dragons, the bearded man was the captain, but unfortunately all the ones he had captured were saved by the red dragon.
As for the identity of this body… Ning Chu looked down at his jacket and found a circular pattern sewn with gold thread on the top of his left chest, on which the word “Lance” could be faintly seen.
The third piece of information was that he was a student.
The team counted the wounded and had someone use healing magic to treat their wounds. The bearded man called for someone, “Fei Rui, you are responsible for sending this child back to Lance Academy.”
Ning Chu was touched, “This is too much trouble for you…”
He was polite, but in reality he didn’t know the way back to school, so it was nice to have someone willing to escort him back.
The bearded man laughed, “It’s no trouble, besides, I’m an old acquaintance of your vice president.”
Fei Rui, who was shouted at by the bearded man, responded, “Yes, Captain.”
Fei Rui still had some things in his hands, so he trotted to his companion before coming back. Ning Chu was waiting quietly, while listening to the conversation between the bearded man and the others around him, “Captain, what should we do now? Go straight back, or…”
The bearded man pondered for a moment, “How many cages are left?”
“There are only two intact ones left. We should be able to fix two more after catching more tonight.”
Ning Chu followed Fei Rui and was about to leave, when he heard the bearded man say, “We can’t return empty-handed. Fix the cage by tonight… The Scarlet Flame Dragon doesn’t stay in this area often, and most likely won’t come back.”
Ning Chu just took a step outward, retracted, turned around, his expression stunned, “Scarlet Flame Dragon?”
The breed of Third Cub was none other than Scarlet Flame Dragon. Could there be such a coincidence? The same look and features, the same species name…
Seeing Ning Chu’s young age, the bearded man thought he hadn’t heard of the Scarlet Flame Dragon and explained, “It’s also called a Fire Dragon. Its attribute is fire, and one of the most frequently seen of the five magic dragons, I also heard some time ago that it lived at the Moka River…”
Ning Chu murmured and repeated the words of the bearded man, “Five magic dragons…”
His thoughts were in disarray, and an extremely bold thought gradually emerged in his mind.
Fei Rui urged from the back, “Shall we go?”
Ning Chu didn’t move, but spoke with determination, “I… I’m not going back to school, can I come with you guys?”
Looking at the bearded man’s surprised expression, Ning Chu hurriedly added, “I won’t give you any trouble, I just…”
He wanted to confirm his suspicions and had to find a suitable reason to stay with the group. Ning Chu was in a hurry and took out the piece of cardboard he had on him, “This! I have to find three Soul Rejuvenating Grasses before I can go back.”
The bearded man took the card and looked at it, then looked around Ning Chu and said with slight surprise, “You’re only a first year, right? How come you’ve already started receiving second level assignments?”
There was one more thing he didn’t mention, Ning Chu didn’t look like a student who could take up a second level assignment.
Ning Chu couldn’t answer, but the bearded man didn’t ask too many questions and returned the card to Ning Chu, “It’s really dangerous for you to be alone in the forest, so stay with the team for now, Hugh.”
The bearded man read out the name on the card, so Ning Chu calmly answered and said gratefully, “Thank you.”
He wanted to say he could give them some money as payment or something like that, however, when he quietly touched all the pockets on his body, he found nothing, so he had to give up for now. With the help of healing magic, the wounded recovered quickly, and as it was getting dark, Ning Chu followed the group to another wide clearing in the woods and prepared to set up camp for the night.
On the way, Ning Chu learned that the bearded man was called Bly, and he was a member of the Shenggang Mercenary group, and took a commission to form a team here, with the intent of capturing dragons. With the commission of the mercenary group, he had to take a dragon back to get paid.
At night, someone was responsible for repairing the broken cages, and the camp was lit up with a lot of lights. Ning Chu ate some dry food sent by the team and looked for a chance to chat with Bly.
“Can you tell me a little about dragons?” Ning Chu looked like a poor student who had never seen the world, “I’m curious.”
Bly took a liking to this clean-looking and polite student and nodded his head in response, “Sure.”
Ning Chu sat on the low stool and listened intently. Bly said that the dragons were a race that suddenly appeared at a certain time. They were powerful, far more than other magical beasts, and had odd characters that were extremely difficult to tame. Even now, not many people could have a dragon as a summoned beast.
There were many types of dragons, and adult dragons were generally similar in size to elephants, but there were a few exceptions.
“You remember the Scarlet Flame Dragon you saw today, right?” Bly lit a finger-thick rolled cigarette and took a puff, “Its combat power ranks second among the five magic dragons, so this time it was our luck that the terrain made it dare not set anything ablaze and all the dragons that were captured were still alive… Otherwise, no one would be able to walk out of Enigma Forest alive today.”
Ning Chu was silent before he asked, “The five magic dragons… What are they?”
“In addition to the Scarlet Flame Dragon, there’s also a Heavenly Thunder Dragon,” Bly exhaled a few smoke rings, squinting back, “I can’t remember the other names… I only know there’s also a water dragon.”
Ning Chu mumbled in his mind: Frost Dragon.
Rosette Leaf Dragon.
All of them matched.
Ning Chu’s brain buzzed, and the other things Bly said after that didn’t register for a moment, so he came back to his senses and asked, “So why are you trying to capture dragons?”
“For money.” Bly said bluntly, “Even though it’s only a hybrid sub-dragon, it’s worth five hundred purple gold coins. If we catch any, they will be dissected for magic material, or sold to a taming farm. The market is good.”
Bly looked at Ning Chu, “You don’t have your own contracted beast yet, do you? Practice well, and try to tame a dragon in the future, even if it’s a sub-dragon.” Perhaps Ning Chu’s silence was too long, so Bly paused and added, “The five magic dragons are more brutal and fierce, and their whereabouts are unpredictable. Trying to domesticate them is the same as provocation. There’s only one consequence: certain death.”
It took a long time for Ning Chu to find his voice, “They’re so… Scary?”
“A creature capable of inspiring fear,” Bly put out the cigarette and got up, “It’s late, get some rest, you need to leave with the squad in the morning.”
The Soul Rejuvenating Grass grew in dense grasses and could be found along the route they passed, and if they were lucky, they may be able to find it all in one day tomorrow.
Ning Chu also stood up, said goodbye to Bly and went back to the tent he had set up. The campsite was limited, so 2-3 people lived in each tent, and Ning Chu was assigned to Fei Rui, but he was still outside and didn’t return yet.
Ning Chu took off his jacket and folded it up, and lay down in his corner. He couldn’t sleep yet, and repeatedly thought back to what Bly said. The magic dragons’ characteristics in this world were indeed similar to the rare dragons he raised in the game.
But Ning Chu couldn’t connect the soft and cute little dragon cubs in the game with the ferocious and violent dragons that Bly mentioned.
The first day he transmigrated over, he had to stay in the squad, and didn’t know if it was the right choice.
Ning Chu tossed and turned, puzzled, when an electronic tone suddenly sounded in his ears, “The system has been loaded.”
Ning Chu suddenly got up and looked around, but there was no one else in the tent but him. Then, a familiar image appeared before his eyes.
It was…《Dragon Island》’s loading screen.
After the animation loaded for a few seconds, the game interface appeared completely, and Ning Chu was still in shock when a system message popped up.
【’Fifth Cub’ (Rosette Leaf Dragon) has died. Resurrect her?】
Addis note: This isn’t revealed until chapter 53, but I think it’s important information as the author only refers to the dragon cubs as “it” throughout the entire novel. It’s the only thing that really irritates me about the novel and I want to make their genders clear chapter one just in case me or my editor, Monkey, make any mistakes changing the ‘it’ to their correct pronouns.
MonkeyNote: I left it as “it” until Ning Chu realizes they’re his little draggos~
Big/Eldest Cub: Frost Dragon, female, water/ice magic, ice blue
Second Cub: Gale Dragon, male, wind magic, yellow-brown and white
Third Cub: Scarlet Flame Dragon, male, fire magic, red
Fourth Cub: Heavenly Thunder Dragon, male, thunder magic, purple and a little silver
Fifth Cub: Rosette Leaf Dragon, female, wood magic, green
Cubbie: ????, male, ????, black with red eyes