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The Humbanger is a hybrid between a Snafflefang and a Whispering Death that first appeared in the game, Dragons: Titan Uprising.

Physical Appearance

Egg

Hatchling to Adult

Humbangers have two rear legs and a pair of small, but functional wings. They have a large round head with long teeth, especially on the lower jaw. The lower jaw is also arrayed with spikes. Humbangers have a pair of horns on the top of the head and a row of ridges on the center of the head. The tail is long but hefty, and is weighed down by a large mace-like ball at the end. The Humbangers' eyes have no visible pupils, similar to the Whispering Death.

Titan Wing

The Titan Wing Humbanger has more spikes compared to its Broad Wing stage. It also develops longer, more curved horns along with more teeth, and a spikier tail bludgeon.

Abilities

Firepower

Humbangers have a highly explosive type of fire, and Boast-Roaster is eager to let the flames fly. [src]
  Boast-Roaster's description  

Humbangers have a fire breath similar to its parent species. It tends to emerge explosively, rather than as a stream.

Digging

Unlike their Whispering Death parents, who burrow holes underground, Humbangers prefer open-air mining, searching for gemstones to eat. [src]
  Bosk Humbanger's description  

Humbangers are able to burrow into the ground, though they often prefer to stay near the surface.

Behavior and Personality

While most Humbangers are likable, friendly Dragons, Boast-Roaster is a bit of an antagonizer. [src]
  Boast-Roaster' description  

In general, Humbangers are friendly and social dragons, often forming groups for mutual benefit. There are some individuals though, that are not as social as the norm, such as Boast-Roaster and the Groggy Fogtrotter. Humbangers also prefer burrowing near the surface rather than deep into the earth, though they appear capable of doing so. They have a diet of rock and prefer gemstones, similar to Snafflefangs, which have an affinity for geodes. As seen in School of Dragons, Humbangers love Dragon Nip, despite the plant having no effect over its Whispering Death parent.

Appearances

Games

School of Dragons

The Humbager was introduced in this game as an exclusive hybrid that could be won in the 2021 Dreadfall event.


Dragons: Titan Uprising

The Humbanger was first introduced in this game, along with many other dragon hybrids. The only way a player can obtain a Humbanger is by breeding a Whispering Death and a Snafflefang in the Breedery.

References

Humbanger uses Creative Commons Licensed content from the Dreamworks School of Dragons Wiki page Humbanger. The list of authors can be found on the page revision history (view authors). SODWikiLogo.png

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