Dark Angel Dragons' jubilant attitudes are in stark contrast with their somber appearance, with dark feathers on their wings and a dreary halo adorning their heads. Caretakers find Dark Angel Dragons hard to read, as they are hyper when they're sad, and mopey when they're happy. But Dark Angel Dragons aren't bonkers; they just see the world differently.
If you're having trouble reading the moods of your Dark Angel Dragon, look at the jewels encrusted on their forehead and chest. If the jewel is cloudy, the dragon is feeling confused and angry. If it's clear, the dragon should be calm and content.
In the days of ancient dragon keeping, many Caretakers believed Dark Angel Dragons were a bad omen. Grown men - burly warriors of great renown - used to weep openly when a wild Dark Angel Dragon flew by.
When it comes to dramatic entrances, nothing beats an Epic Dark Angel Dragon. Epic Dark Angel Dragons like to hide and let you look for them a little while. When you're fed up, and ask out loud 'where is my Dark Angel Dragon,' it swoops out of the clouds, and glides down slowly back to Earth, surrounded by a pillar of light.