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What is the Terrified Medieval Lineage . . . ?

The Terrified Medieval Dragon.

It is just my own little Lineage Project.  It's nothing particularly special, I started this project as a quirk, for my own amusement.  I figured it was high time however, to explain it, since it is in public view, and I'm starting to get a herd of these dragons built up.

Basically it came about from my participation in the Petrified Project (which is now defunct.)  I had received a dragon as part of that lineage from Gabesgirl, and when the dragon grew up, I went looking for a mate for her.  I managed to snag a Cave Born spring Seasonal egg, and when it grew wings, it gendered male, yay!  He had the best identification code, InnJ, so I named him Terrified Innkeeper Jay.  Terrified, as in Petrified, Innkeeper for Inn part of his code and Jay for J part.

After he grew up, I was all set to go with my selected pair of dragons.  Both of them had cute names with loads of possibilities to name their offspring after, I was ready to breed!  Except for one tiny little, itty-bitty glitch - my new CB dragon and my Petrified dragon didn't like each other!  When I tried to breed them, I got the dreaded "The dragons refuse to even go near each other." message.  Well that was disappointing!  This means they will never ever breed, and I would have to find different mates for them now.  Pisser!

SO there I was - I had a pure CB male, with no mate, and I had no idea what to do with him.  I liked his name a too much to turn him loose, so I decided to try and find a mate for him that wasn't quite so choosey.  Luckily I had acquired a female CB summer Seasonal dragon by then, whom I had named Hrunnd (Hrund was one of the Valkyrie, yes I know, my dragon's name is a slightly misspelled, but Hrund was already taken.)  She was lonely and looking for love, so I gave them a shot.

Terrified Innkeeper Jay and Hrunnd liked each other right away and they had a lovely daughter.  Her code wasn't quite so suggestive to me as he father's, 4BN3, but it kind of reminded me of a baker and Beatrice for some reason.  An innkeeper?  A baker?  How very medieval!  So you see how my lineage idea started to take shape.  Terrified (meaning Petrified) a medieval occupation and a name based on part of the dragon's code.  It was pure serendipity!  And that is how my Terrified Medieval Lineage has come about!

DO NOT Meddle In The Affairs Of Dragons,
for you are crunchy and taste good with


AmyLuthien



My dedicated breeding pairs.
If you would like an egg of any pair, just contact me!
Rules apply, see below!
Adopt one today!
Species: Seasonal (spring)
Name: Hrunnd
Gender: ♀
Mate of: Terrified Innkeeper Jay
This species is only available in spring.
 
Adopt one today!
Species: Seasonal (spring)
Name: Terrified Innkeeper Jay
Gender: ♂
Mate of: Hrunnd
* TERRIFIED MEDIEVAL LINEAGE *
This species is only available in spring.
View Hrunnd x Terrified Innkeeper Jay's Progeny



Adopt one today!
Species: Seasonal (summer)
Name: Terrified Baker Beatrice
Gender: ♀
Mate of: Sumarlidrr
* TERRIFIED MEDIEVAL LINEAGE *
This species is only available in summer.
Adopt one today!
Species: Seasonal (summer)
Name: Sumarlidrr
Gender: ♂
Mate of: Terrified Baker Beatrice
This species is only available in summer.
 
View Terrified Baker Beatrice x Sumarlidrr's Progeny



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Species: Species: Seasonal (autumn)
Name: Yngvildr
Gender: ♀
Mate of: Terrified Messenger Zeb
This species is only available in autumn.
 
Adopt one today!
Species: Seasonal (autumn)
Name: Terrified Messenger Zeb
Gender: ♂
Mate of: Yngvildr
* TERRIFIED MEDIEVAL LINEAGE *
This species is only available in autumn.
View Terrified Messenger Zeb x Yngvildr's Progeny






All my adult dragons who I'm looking for just the right mate for.
These dragons are not currently breeding.
Adopt one today!
Species: Seasonal (summer)
Name: Terrified Seamstress Sue
Gender: ♀
Mate of: TBA
* TERRIFIED MEDIEVAL LINEAGE *
This species is only available in summer.

Species: TBA
Name: TBA
Gender: ♂
Mate of: TBA
 
 

Species: TBA
Name: TBA
Gender: ♀
Mate of: TBA
 
 
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Species: Seasonal (summer)
Name: Terrified Herald Sully
Gender: ♂
Mate of: TBA
* TERRIFIED MEDIEVAL LINEAGE *
This species is only available in summer.

Species: TBA
Name: TBA
Gender: ♀
Mate of: TBA
 
 
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Species: Seasonal (autumn)
Name: Terrified Blacksmith Kevin
Gender: ♂
Mate of: TBA
* TERRIFIED MEDIEVAL LINEAGE *
This species is only available in autumn.
Adopt one today!
Species: Seasonal (winter)
Name: Terrified Dyer Katherine
Gender: ♀
Mate of: TBA
* TERRIFIED MEDIEVAL LINEAGE *
This species is only available in winter.

Species: TBA
Name: TBA
Gender: ♂
Mate of: TBA
 
 


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Abbreviations Key:
♀ = female
♂ = male
= 'extinct' (discontinued sprite) species
= uncommon species
= very uncommon species
= extremely uncommon species
= rare species
= very rare species
= holiday/seasonable species (all holiday dragons are considered rare to extremely rare.)
= desirable, rare or unusual lineage
(?) = unknown
Common to extremely common species are not marked.

See Which egg is which? for more information about rarity and/or dragons in general.

* Some of you might recognize some the names I've used for my dragons.  They are for the most part named after Norse gods and goddesses and of course the Valkyrie.  There are a few ''common'' names thrown in as well, because I'm running out of deities to name them after!  And yes, I realize that I've misspelled many of them.  That was intentional.  No two dragons can share the same name, therefore I had to get creative with some of the more popular Norse deities.

Any dragons I couldn't name after Norse gods, I've at least tried to stick to Old Norse (with the exception of a few lineage projects I'm involved with) or Icelandic (which is very close to Old Norse.)  When I've done this you'll notice that a rough translation pops up when you move your mouse pointer over the name . . .

. . . I also do not make any claims that my Old Norse is anywhere near accurate or correct.  I'm just stringing words together using translation guides.