Wings of Fire is a series of fantasy novels written by Venezuelan-American author Tui T. Sutherland. The novels are set in the fictional dragon-inhabited continents of Pyrrhia and Pantala, and chronicle the quests of young dragons to fulfill prophecies. Each book is written from the perspective of a different character.
The series consists of three five-book arcs (the third is currently incomplete), two prequels, and a four-part mini-series known as Winglets. Take a look on our Wings of Fire Coloring Pages Easy!
Pyrrhian dragons fall into one of seven known tribes: RainWings, SandWings, SeaWings, NightWings, SkyWings, MudWings, and IceWings. Hybrids between tribes are possible, but hybrid dragons are uncommon due to tribe rivalry. Pantala currently supports three known species: SilkWings, LeafWings, HiveWings; along with BeetleWings, which are now extinct. All tribe members are roughly the same size with the exception of MudWings, who are generally larger (and typically stronger) than dragons from the other tribes.
All dragons are primarily quadrupedal. Pyrrhian and some Pantalan dragon bodies possess six limbs, two wings, and four arms/legs. Wings are attached to a dragon’s shoulders, and have slightly transparent wing membrane stretched between five small bone digits, each of which have one small claw on the tip. A larger claw is attached to the front of the third digit. Here’s Wings of Fire Coloring Pages Easy for you!
HiveWings and SilkWings, however, have eight limbs, four of which are wings and four of which are arms and legs. SilkWing wings are softly curved and resemble that of a butterfly, while HiveWing wings are thinner and resemble those of a dragonfly. According to Tsunami, dragon bones are nearly as hard as diamonds and quite difficult to break, however, Tsunami’s ribs do break in The Lost Heir. The average dragon height is around 18 ft. So Let’s enjoy coloring with Wings of Fire Coloring Pages Easy!