|Not just any Caretaker can attend to a Clockwork Dragon's needs. When you hatch a Clockwork Dragon for your Island, it helps to read a few books on mechanics and watchmaking. Be Sure to oil your Clockwork Dragon regularly, check for any debris in its gears,and make sure to listen for any irregularities.
||Is your Clockwork Dragon not flying as fast as it could be? Don't be afraid to tinker with them! Replace a few gears, or maybe file down its wings a bit to make it more aerodynamic! Don't worry; it doesn't hurt them, and they're very durable.
|Adult models of the Clockwork Dragon suffer from poor vision. To correct this problem, many Caretakers just build and attach a new head. Double the heads means double the eyes! The Clockwork Dragons see much better as a result, though the heads sometimes disagree on which way to fly.
||Before a Clockwork Dragon can be officially designated as an Epic dragon, it must first be inspected and approved by the Dragon Island Mechanic Association - an organization that specializes in mechanical dragons. Epic Dragons must meet efficiency and emission standards set by the DIMA. Dragons that do have this approval are exceptionally well-constructed.