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The '''Chinese Fireball''', also known as the '''Liondragon''', is a [[dragon]] native to [[China]]. The Fireball is scarlet and smooth scaled with a fringe of golden spikes around its face. The Fireball's snout is slightly short ending with a hooked beak on the top jaw. Its name is derived from the mushroom-shaped flame that is emitted through its nostrils when angered, along with the large mushroom shaped flame it shoots from its mouth. The Chinese Fireball breed of dragons generally yield females that are larger than males. Chinese Fireballs are also mentioned to be very fast and clever, at least for a dragon. The eggs of the Chinese Fireball are crimson, speckled with gold, and the shells are prized by Chinese [[Wizard]]s. Its diet consists of most mammals, usually prefering pigs and humans.
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The '''Chinese Fireball''', also known as the '''Liondragon''', is a [[dragon]] native to [[China]].
   
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==Description==
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The Fireball is scarlet and smooth scaled with a fringe of golden spikes around its face. The Fireball's snout is slightly short ending with a hooked beak on the top jaw. Its name is derived from the mushroom-shaped flame that is emitted through its nostrils when angered, along with the large mushroom shaped flame it shoots from its mouth.
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==Reproduction==
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The Chinese Fireball breed of dragons generally yield females that are larger than males. Chinese Fireballs are also mentioned to be very fast and clever, at least for a dragon. The eggs of the Chinese Fireball are crimson, speckled with gold, and the shells are prized by Chinese [[Wizard]]s.
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==Diet==
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Its diet consists of most mammals, usually prefering pigs and humans.
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==Behavior==
 
Unlike other dragons, the Fireball is more tolerant of its own kind, and will sometimes consent to sharing its territory with two other dragons.
 
Unlike other dragons, the Fireball is more tolerant of its own kind, and will sometimes consent to sharing its territory with two other dragons.
   
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==History==
 
A Chinese Fireball was used as one of the obstacles in the [[Triwizard Tournament|First Task]] of the [[Triwizard Tournament]] in [[1994]]. [[Viktor Krum]] faced the dragon in an attempt to retrieve a [[Golden egg]] it was guarding, and used a [[Conjunctivitis Curse]] to temporarily blind the dragon, but it crushed its own eggs and because of that points were taken off.
 
A Chinese Fireball was used as one of the obstacles in the [[Triwizard Tournament|First Task]] of the [[Triwizard Tournament]] in [[1994]]. [[Viktor Krum]] faced the dragon in an attempt to retrieve a [[Golden egg]] it was guarding, and used a [[Conjunctivitis Curse]] to temporarily blind the dragon, but it crushed its own eggs and because of that points were taken off.
   

Revision as of 20:35, January 15, 2013

HP ChineseFireball
Chinese Fireball
Species information
Skin colour

Scarlet

Related to

Dragon

Native range

China

Alternative names

Liondragon

Length of average adult

25 feet

Ministry of Magic Classification

XXXXX

"The Chinese Fireball... Oooh!"
Barty Crouch Sr. to Viktor Krum[src]

The Chinese Fireball, also known as the Liondragon, is a dragon native to China.

Description

The Fireball is scarlet and smooth scaled with a fringe of golden spikes around its face. The Fireball's snout is slightly short ending with a hooked beak on the top jaw. Its name is derived from the mushroom-shaped flame that is emitted through its nostrils when angered, along with the large mushroom shaped flame it shoots from its mouth.

Reproduction

The Chinese Fireball breed of dragons generally yield females that are larger than males. Chinese Fireballs are also mentioned to be very fast and clever, at least for a dragon. The eggs of the Chinese Fireball are crimson, speckled with gold, and the shells are prized by Chinese Wizards.

Diet

Its diet consists of most mammals, usually prefering pigs and humans.

Behavior

Unlike other dragons, the Fireball is more tolerant of its own kind, and will sometimes consent to sharing its territory with two other dragons.

History

A Chinese Fireball was used as one of the obstacles in the First Task of the Triwizard Tournament in 1994. Viktor Krum faced the dragon in an attempt to retrieve a Golden egg it was guarding, and used a Conjunctivitis Curse to temporarily blind the dragon, but it crushed its own eggs and because of that points were taken off.

Behind the scenes

  • According to Chinese mythology, dragons do not commonly breathe fire, the only dragons in Chinese myth to breathe fire are ones sent from Heaven as punishment and divine retribution. Almost all notable Chinese dragons are benevolent, sending rain in times of need. This is Chinese Inventions Gunpowder.
  • In LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4, the Chinese Fireball is the first dragon to be seen. It will block the player's progress with a steady stream of flame, and its egg must be hatched so that it will become distracted with the hatchling.

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