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"This dragon has a somewhat stubby and short body. It has rather small wings. The Catastrophic Quaken also has dark brown, wrinkly skin, akin to that of the Gronckle and the Hotburple. It is covered with spikes all over.The Catastrophic Quaken's head, body, and tail are covered in short spikes. Its lower jaw can split in two, with a tongue on each jaw. They are larger than other dragons, including the Gronckle."
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A wild Quaken is met at The Dark Deep, and the player learn that Quakens have a mutualistic interactions with Prickleboggles: the Quaken protect the Prickleboggle from predators, while the Prickleboggle heals the Quaken with its special fire in case it get hurts. This symbiotic relation seems pretty deep, as a Quaken will follow its Prickleboggle friend if it takes flight. This is how the player bring the Quaken from Dark Deep to Dragon's Edge in the same quest.
The aggressive nature and strength of the Quaken is the probable reason that made the Dragon Hunters run away from The Dark Deep in the same quest. We can also see its typical behavior of rolling into a ball and slam into walls, as it help the player test the defensive walls at Dragon's Edge.