KWI (#58549812)
KWI - King William Island
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Energy: 49/50
This dragon’s natural inborn element is Earth.
Male Gaoler
This dragon is an ancient breed.
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Personal Style

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Skin

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Measurements

Length
13.19 m
Wingspan
5.72 m
Weight
10983.88 kg

Genetics

Primary Gene
Coal
Phantom (Gaoler)
Coal
Phantom (Gaoler)
Secondary Gene
Oilslick
Streak (Gaoler)
Oilslick
Streak (Gaoler)
Tertiary Gene
Oilslick
Weathered (Gaoler)
Oilslick
Weathered (Gaoler)

Hatchday

Hatchday
Jan 17, 2020
(2 years)

Breed

Breed
Adult
Gaoler

Eye Type

Eye Type
Earth
Unusual
Level 1 Gaoler
EXP: 0 / 245
STR
7
AGI
5
DEF
7
QCK
5
INT
5
VIT
9
MND
7

Lineage

Parents

Offspring

  • none

Biography

King William Island

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King William Island is an island in the Kitikmeot Region of Nunavut, which is part of the Arctic Archipelago. In area it is between 12,516 km2 (4,832 sq mi) and 13,111 km2 (5,062 sq mi) making it the 61st-largest island in the world and Canada's 15th-largest island. Its population, as of the 2016 census, was 1,279, all of whom live in the island's only community, Gjoa Haven.

While searching for the Northwest Passage, a number of polar explorers visited, or spent their winters on, King William Island.

The island was long occupied by Inuit people, who had a culture adapted to the extreme environment. In 1830, the British explorer John Ross named it "King William Land" for the reigning British King William IV; Ross thought at the time that it was a peninsula. In 1834, George Back, another Arctic explorer, viewed its south shore from Chantry Inlet and recognized it as an island.

John Franklin, another British explorer, made an Arctic expedition about a decade later; his two ships became stranded in 1846 when frozen in the sea ice northwest of the island. After abandoning the two ships, most of the crew died from exposure and starvation as they attempted to walk south near the western coastline. Two of Franklin's men were buried at Hall Point on the island's south coast. The ships were believed lost forever, as many subsequent expeditions were unable to find them.

On 9 September, 2014, Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced that the Victoria Strait Expedition had located one of Franklin's two ships beneath shallow waters south of King William Island. It is preserved in very good condition; the side-scan sonar could detect the deck planking. By the beginning of October, the wreck had been identified as HMS Erebus. The other expedition vessel, HMS Terror, was found in 2016 in Terror Bay, off the south-west coast of King William Island.
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