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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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This article is about the attackable NPC. For the pet dragon, see Baby dragon.

Baby blue dragons are small, blue dragons that are found in Taverley Dungeon. Unlike their adult forms, they do not breathe fire. However, if players go to the Taverley Dungeon to kill these they might get attacked by the mother Blue Dragon if players get too close, so bringing an anti-dragon shield (and perhaps an anti-fire potion) just in case is advisable.

Due to the relatively high Prayer experience gained from their bones in comparison to their toughness to defeat, they are often killed for their bones. Each burial of babydragon bones grants 30 prayer experience; for reference, dragon bones grant 72, and big bones grant 15.

Baby blue dragons are also killed by players who have receive blue dragons as a slayer assignment, but do not wish to kill adult blue dragons.

Baby blue dragons are sometimes considered pests to other players who are attacking the adult dragons from a safespot, as the baby ones may attack the player, interrupting the player and leaving him/her having to deal with it, which means another player can come and steal the original player's dragon. This can be prevented by having 97+ combat, or waiting until the dragons become tolerant of the player.

It should also be noted that players who wish to just kill Baby Blue Dragons without being attacked by higher-levelled Blue Dragons can find them in Taverley Dungeon near three fishing spots for Lava eels. These are south of the agility shortcut and the small obelisk found near to the mother Blue Dragons.

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