An enigmatic grin stretches widely across the faces of Cheshire Dragons, bringing confusion to caretakers near and far. Why is it their mouths contort to an expression of inexplicable glee? Are they kind-hearted dragons who are constantly at ease? Or are they nefarious ne'er-do-wells, always scheming their next villainous plot? None can say for sure.
Cheshire Dragons have no expressions other than their trademark smile. It's very difficult for Caretakers to see how their Cheshire Dragon is feeling, as the dragon guards all its emotions - even hunger - closely. As such, it's important to feed your Cheshire Dragon at regular intervals.
Dragon sociologists have long-studied Cheshire Dragons, determined on finding out what makes them tick. Caretakers have spent their entire lives staring into the smiles of Cheshire Dragons. Most who choose this field of study are driven mad, or become eternal optimists, adorning an eternal smile themselves.
If you've spent enough time with a Cheshire Dragon - enough time to evolve it to its Epic form - you'll start to notice subtle behavior patterns. Sure, its mouth won't stop grinning, but focused Caretakers will notice a slight wag of the tail, a narrowing of the eyes, or a change in breathing to signify a change in emotion. It may be small, but to an Epic Cheshire Dragon, it might as well be shouting.