Once the Common House Dragon has reached adulthood and isn’t able to grow any more chimes (they normally don’t grow more than six), they will want to start a family. Over time, and due to the mining industry, dragons have learned to build their own nests (as opposed to living in a cave). The dragon eggs need tending for 999 months. After 999 months, the hatchlings will jump out of their eggs. Newly hatched dragons are super bouncy! Dragon nests consist of a Mother Dragon with two hatchlings. A dragon will never lay more, nor less, than two eggs.