The mischievous and reclusive clover dragon can be found roaming the meadows of Ulster during a certain time of the year. Should you be lucky enough to have a clover dragon it is sure to make other park owners green with envy! These dragons delight at playing tricks on others and have been known to, um, "hide" things. Maybe it's best if your guests check their pockets before they leave.
The Clover Dragon's description states, "dragon can be found roaming the meadows of Ulster". This is likely a reference to Ulster, a province in Ireland.
The Clover Dragon's description states, "have been known to, um, "hide" things." This is likely a reference to the mythology that Leprechauns have a habit of stealing and hiding things.
The Clover Dragon'sbreeding and incubation times, purchase price, selling price, and experienced earned when hatched all include the number seven. The number seven is considered lucky by many, and "the luck of the Irish" is a common idiom.