|You can tell what kind of mood your Tiger's Eye Dragon is in by the gem on its forehead, called the Headgem. The dragon's Headgem grows hot when it's angry and cools down when it is calm. When the dragon feels affectionate, it glows and emits a warm heat.
||Tiger's Eye Dragons seem cold at first, but they take awhile to warm up to new Caretakers. Don't expect Tiger's Eye Dragons to eat out of your hand as soon as they hatch. Once you've built up a relationship of trust with them, they'll begin purring when you offer them food, and their Headgem will give off a comforting warm glow.
|Tiger's Eye Dragons are drawn to their namesake Gemstones. If you're looking for a cheap toy that your dragon will play with for hours, tie a Tiger's Eye gem to a stick and dangle it over its head. It will spend hours batting at it with its claws.
||Epic Tiger's Eye Dragons are covered from head to tail in their precious gemstones. They are friendly and docile like their less-evolved forms, but when angry, they can become a terrible sight to behold. When enraged, the heat coming off of their illuminated stones is hot enough to boil a small lake.