Don't get into an argument with a Hammerhead Dragon. To say they're hard-headed is an understatement. If confronted with an opinion that contradicts its own, the Hammerhead Dragon will use its thick skull to bash its way through whatever is preventing it from leaving the conversation. Trees, rocks, metal cages... you name it.
Adolescent Hammerhead Dragons are fiercely competitive' and are known to bash heads with one another during an argument. Usually, after a while of fighting, the two dragons will become so disoriented, they forget what the argument was about and part as friends.
Hammerhead Dragons don't interact much with humans, but they have been spotted by sailors flying over the seas. There are few reported cases of this, as sailors usually assume they're going crazy from being too long at sea and seeing flying sharks. The sailors who do report Hammerhead Dragon sightings are dismissed as wackos.
Many Caretakers choose not to keep Epic Hammerhead Dragons because they are so frightening, with their oblong heads and razor sharp teeth. Ironically, Hammerhead Dragons in the Epic stage are the most harmless; they eat a strict fruit diet and have mostly calmed from the hard-headed days of their youth.
Note: You cannot acquire the Hammerhead Dragon through breeding.
The Hammerhead Dragon's design is based upon the Charm Dragon's, although there are differences between the two.
In its Epic form, the Hammerhead Dragon's eyes move to the the ends of its oblong head.
The Hammerhead Dragon's name and overall appearance are based on the Hammerhead Shark, an endangered species of shark with an oblong, hammer-like head.
The Hammerhead Dragon was the first dragon in Dragon Story that could not be purchased from the Market. Instead, it was possible to purchase from the Dragon Album but only after winning one from the Spin to Win game. However, this was for outdated versions of the game and is now impossible.