April 24, 2014 at 11:15 pm #507147
I received my first Windstone Edition in the mail today… he is absolutely the most beautiful dragon I could imagine. He is an Emerald Peacock Sitting Spectral; the picture on the website does him no justice at all.
What were your first dragons? (feel free to post pictures.)
[i]Keeping an eye out for fantasy gryphons and test paint dragons.[/i]April 24, 2014 at 11:52 pm #911907rock-readerParticipant
My first Windstone was an old green mother dragon (purchased in the mid 80’s). She spent the last thirty years out on a side table in my bedroom but when I discovered that there were people who could do repairs, I sent her out. Now, she sits, like new, in my curio cabinet with a lot of baby dragons 🙂 😉April 25, 2014 at 12:49 am #911912Copper83Participant
My first dragon was a Peacock Young dragon. I had been agonizing over what color dragons I wanted, brown or green, for a long time. It changed constantly until I saw the Peacock color. Decision over. I spent the next few years collecting the Peacock family.April 25, 2014 at 1:05 am #911914
Such interesting stories. Both colors certainly are very pretty.
[i]Keeping an eye out for fantasy gryphons and test paint dragons.[/i]April 25, 2014 at 1:09 am #911915SirithilielParticipant
My very first Windstone was a Gold Scratching Dragon sold to me very cheaply by Pam ^^ I couldn’t afford much, and he was an amazing deal that I was overjoyed to getApril 25, 2014 at 1:17 am #911917FalcolfParticipant
My first was my grab bag pebble wolf Boone, who sits behind a picture frame in stealth mode until I move out! (I never told my parental landlords that I got her haha… oops. XD) I look forwards to having her out in the open someday. 🙂 For now, I can see her, but nobody else can – muahaha!
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Excellent!April 25, 2014 at 1:36 am #911922dragonmedleyParticipant
My first dragon was a Peacock Young dragon.
Hahaha! Same here.
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http://www.sarahjestin.com/feedbacklists.htmApril 25, 2014 at 2:15 am #911924chibishiro12Participant
I got my first dragon in high school. She was a black gold mother dragon that I found in a store that was moving shop. They had a huge sale and I got her half off. At the same time and place I also got my first Griffin, a male wolf colored one with more of a discount because his toenail was chipped. 🙂
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old animal line frog, wolf, barn owl, tortoise, tiger cubApril 25, 2014 at 2:28 am #911925SikekParticipantApril 25, 2014 at 3:52 am #911926StephanieParticipant
What a great idea. 🙂
The first Windstone I /bought/ was my winged wolf, but the first Windstone I /got/ (thank you, USPS shipping) was an old green hatcher.
Little did I know I’d totally lucked out on this ebay purchase, and ended up with one of the very first hatchers ever made.
The first hatchers had a tongue on the mold, which you can kiiiiind of see in my picture. Also, no felt and no stamp…no nothing.
Lucky first Windstone!April 25, 2014 at 4:01 am #911927SirithilielParticipant
Awwwww he’s really cute! I like him ^^April 25, 2014 at 4:06 am #911929ChloeParticipant
My first was a Jade Oriental gifted to me by my mom and step-dad. I still have him. 🙂April 25, 2014 at 4:30 am #911932KimBlocked
The first dragon I ever bought in a local gift shop was a peacock fledgling dragon when I was in Junior High I think. Then I got a peacock young dragon but nothing else for years until the fall of 2012 when I found this website. Then I bought a couple pyo dragons, a grab bag young poad and a baby white unicorn for my first purchases from the website. Now I have like 80 pieces a year and a half later. I am still trying to figure out how that happened. haha
Looking for rainbow or pink & teal grab bags!April 25, 2014 at 4:32 am #911933
That must be a massive collection! I do love those fledglings. I think I’ll keep my collection to a mere four, with an occasional purchase here and there… but I guess you never know with Windstones.
[i]Keeping an eye out for fantasy gryphons and test paint dragons.[/i]April 25, 2014 at 4:34 am #911931
What lovely purchases! That antique hatching dragon, though more humble in its paint coat, is a very lucky find. And that pretty poad… it has a butt… I still can’t get over that fact.
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