• MudWings
  • SandWings
  • SkyWings
  • SeaWings
  • RainWings
  • IceWings
  • NightWings

The dragons of Pyrrhia are described to be either carnivorous or omnivorous, though on the rare occasion, some are herbivorous. They seem willing to eat almost any animal, including scavengers, but most RainWings are known to eat fruit as fruit eaters, as they usually think the animals in the rainforest are too cute, furry, or to hard to catch. They get most of their energy from sunlight, lying down on platforms and hammocks in the middle of the day. Dragons are heterotrophs, meaning they eat other life forms. However, RainWings may be autotrophs to some extent, as they can photosynthesize.


RainWings are as close to vegetarians as dragons get, but they will eat monkeys and other rainforest animals/fauna if they feel like catching them. Fruit, sunlight, and various rainforest plants are the main part of their diets. Sloths are common in the area, though they are almost never consumed, as they are considered as pets by the whole tribe, and are too hairy to eat anyway, according to Liana.

A list of fruits that RainWings eat:

  • Avocados
  • Bananas
  • Blueberries
  • Clementines
  • Coconuts
  • Dragon berries
  • Dragonfruit
  • Fire Pears
  • Guavas
  • Jambu
  • Mangoes
  • Papayas
  • Raspberries
  • Star fruits
  • Tangelos
  • Grapes


Queen Coral has forbidden the consumption of one type of dolphin because she thinks they are related to dragons, but Tsunami privately believes it is because Anemone "sort of looks like one". SeaWings mainly eat fish (served raw due to their aversion to cooked meat) as well as several different aquatic plants, such as seaweed or mushrooms, thus making the diet of a SeaWing primarily piscivorous in nature. The presentation of this fish varies from social class to social class, with aristocrats eating it deboned and artistically arranged, and the lowborn eating probably splattered on their plates. They also eat other underwater animals, such as octopi[1] and sea snails [2]. In The Missing Princess (A scroll written by Queen Coral) it was mentioned that they ate a whale during a feast. It is hinted that classes are divided by their diet as lower-class SeaWings are mentioned to eat eels, but this may just be an insult of sorts. They have also been shown to eat soup, as when Blister arrived in The Lost Heir, she was offered some. [3] However, this may be a courtesy they extend to guests only, similar to when they prepared roasted seagulls for the SandWing guests in The Lost Heir.

NightWings Edit

NightWings have a unique process of hunting. They first find an animal, regurgitate stomach gases, and leave. Bacteria in their saliva quickly poisons it, and they come back to find and eat it later. They usually eat decayed food, hence their bad breath and the bacteria present in their mouths. Morrowseer was shown to eat a giant albatross, and Vengeance ate a sloth, both of which were killed in similar manners. However, since their big tribe move to the Rainforest Kingdom, they have begun to hunt like other tribes again, and normally.


MudWings seem to have an agricultural society, preferring to raise livestock rather than hunting. They appear to be willing to eat anything, including fruit. In the marshes, they eat crocodiles, and, most likely, other swamp-dwelling creatures. They have a bigger appetite than other tribes, possibly because of the energy needed to maintain such big statures and bones.


SandWings are light eaters, possibly because they have adapted to the lack of water and sustenance in the desert. They eat animals from the desert such as camels and lizards and also appear to enjoy scavengers, with several exceptions such as Blister; in which claims them to be "much too bulky and squishy". Sunny was shown to like wild carrots, Smolder was once shown eating dates, and Qibli was also shown handing his mother a coconut, so it can be assumed that SandWings will eat fruits and vegetables when they can find them since there is little prey to be found in their biome. SandWings have been hinted as to not like raw fish, as shown with Qibli in Moon Rising.


IceWings eat polar bears and other tundra-based creatures, such as whale, seal, penguin, and walrus. In The Hidden Kingdom, Blaze wondered if Queen Glacier could send her a walrus for a feast for the dragonets. In Winter Turning, Winter described a meal as containing "dripping bowls of meat" but not much else is known of the preparation of IceWing meals. They also consume scavengers, though not very often, as the creatures are liable to freeze to death in the arctic. Like the SeaWings, IceWings are known to consume fish as well because of their presence in the ocean waters.


SkyWings are shown to eat mountain goats, cows, pigs, sheep, birds, and rodents. Since they live in the mountains, they presumably prey upon their lesser neighbors.

All Mentioned Consumables: Edit

Food: Edit

  • Applesauce
  • Aquatic plants
  • Bats
  • Bears
  • Camels
  • Carrots
  • Cheese [4]
  • Chickens
  • Coconut rice [5]
  • Cookies 
  • Cows
  • Coyotes
  • Crabs
  • Caribou/Reindeer [6]
  • Dates
  • Decaying matter
  • Fish
  • Fruit
  • Hippos
  • Horses
  • Lizards
  • Manatees
  • Macadamias [7]
  • Mollusks
  • Mountain cats [8]
  • Mushrooms
  • Octopodes
  • Pancakes
  • Rabbits
  • Swine
  • Scavengers
  • Seaweed
  • Sheep
  • Sloths
  • Snails
  • Soup
  • Tuna rolls [9]
  • Walruses
  • Whales
  • Wild carrots
  • Wolves

Beverages: Edit

  • Coffee 
  • Fruit Juice (Mango-lime) [10]
  • Tea
  • Water


  • In The Hidden Kingdom, it is said that Clay would love a roasted camel, even though camels are usually part of the SandWing diet. 
  • In Tui's scholastic live-stream, she said that dragons could make pancakes, though they are a bit different than our pancakes.  
  • In a Q&A Tui confirmed that chocolate exists.


  1. The Lost Heir, page 144
  2. The Lost Heir, page 195
  3. The Lost Heir, page 194
  4. Escaping Peril, page 278
  5. Darkstalker (Legends), page 61
  6. Escaping Peril, page 19
  7. Darkstalker (Legends), page 62
  8. Escaping Peril, page 264
  9. Darkstalker (Legends), page 61
  10. Darkstalker (Legends), page 61