Description: Green and brown scales, usually mottled with some sort of pattern; leaf-shaped wings; webbing that runs along the spine as well as a leaf-shaped tail fin; orange-gold, brown, or cool-colored eyes

Abilities: Can absorb energy from the sun, and are accomplished gardeners and botanists. Very rarely, a LeafWing may have an ability known as Leafspeak, which allows them to convey the "thoughts" of plants and even control them.

Location: The Poison Jungle; formerly lived in the tree canopies of central Pantala

Queen (Canon): Tribe is broken into two divided factions; the SapWings are ruled by Queen Sequoia (later Queen Hazel), while the PoisonWings are led by Commander Belladonna

Diet: Plant matter, fruits, meat and insects

Significant Members

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Male Royalty:



Important Canon:


A subspecies has few variations when compared to the species as a whole. LeafWing subspecies should not diverge far from canon LeafWings.

Exotic LeafWings have been living in the poison jungle since Clearsight came to Pantala. Due to living there for over 2000 years they have become nocturnal and gained a resistance to Poison, their wings are more elongated and are kind of sharp so they can cut through the foliage while flying through the jungle. They are also darker colors so they can camouflage at night.

They are created by Dawnforger

Desert LeafWings have been living in the open savanna and are better adapted to the desert than normal LeafWings. This subspecies developed quickly after a number of LeafWings ran away when Queen Wasp started the war. They usually are a dusty green color in order to blend in with the desert trees and bushes. Many a HiveWing has passed underneath a dry, dying tree, not noticing the dragon above them. They are excellent camouflagers and masters of illusion. Most are somewhat paranoid and never stay in one place for long. Anyone can make a Desert LeafWing.

This subspecies was created by Crystalcat137

A subspecies of LeafWings who live on an island off of Pantala called Autumn Island, and escaped there during the Tree Wars. The edges of their wings are more jagged and resemble a maple leaf, and instead of being green or brown, the dragons come in bright, warm yellow, orange, and red. The leaf at the end of the tail also resembles a maple leaf.

This subspecies was created by MorphoTheRainWing. You do not need to ask permission to make one, but credit me for the idea.

These LeafWings change their color according to the season or temperature. They live on a small island, escaping from the Tree Wars. They are green in summer. Orange, brown, or yellow in the fall. Pale white in winter. Lime green or yellow-green in spring. When they drink water, they grow bigger than normal.

This is a subspecies created by SkyFireStone. You do not need permission for one, but just credit me for the idea.

Jungle LeafWings are commonly active during spring and fall, and normally in a huge tree in the very end of the Poison Jungle doing fun LeafWing related activities. They were founded after the Tree Wars and eat certain plants. They are normally darker colors of normal LeafWings, and lead by Forestleaf. They can excrete poison from their bodies, blend in with the leaves of their area well, and be able to parylize enemies by spitting in their food (if entered body) You can make one, but credit I, Kittenjewel101.

these leafwings were caused by leaf-rain hybridization in the distant kingdoms. the ones who fled with the LeafWings and the BeetleWings slowly became more and more LeafWing-like until they became mostly indistinguishable. they did, however, retain some RainWing abilities, namely camouflage and prehensile tails. they also have the ability to make their tail leaf as hard and sharp as a katana. they live in hollow trees in the poison jungle and autumn island. they have become smaller over time to make use of the smallest trees. they are very stealthy and learn tracking skills from a young age.

this subspecies was made by Mewis4wes0me42 and is available for anyone to use


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