Auction Island is an island that appeared in the game, School of Dragons in the expansion "Return to Dragon Island".
Auction Island is a rocky island with high cliffs. It is covered with evergreen trees (possibly spruce or similar species), grass, and bushes that appear to have fall foliage. The light is predominantly at the red end of the light spectrum, suggesting a very far Northern latitude.
There are two docking points for ships on opposite sides of the island. There is also an area for Dragon Hunter auctions and a bazaar of sorts. Nearby there are empty dragon cages and a cage that holds a Singetail dragon during play.
There are also two fishing sites where the player can fish at.
As of the "Wrath of Stormheart" Expansion, Auction Island is portrayed at nighttime and has various teal banners and symbols of Stormheart around the island.
During play of the "Return to Dragon Island", the player follows the NPC character Eret, Son of Eret to find out information about Harald Forkbeard, his "magic bones", and the captured Singetail. Auction Island is also the docking place of a Dragon Hunter ship that the player explores and retrieves dragon fossils.
Auction Island appears again as a destination in the Quests of the Expansion "Rise of Stormheart". The player must go here to find and speak with Harald Forkbeard.
Because this island is occupied by Dragon Hunters, the player is not able to have their dragons accompany them.
Auction Island also appears prominently in the "Wrath of Stormheart" Expansion. During the expansion, Nikora Stormheart goes to great lengths to collect an ancient artifact from her people and then distract the player and Dragon Riders. While attacking multiple islands as distraction, Nikora goes to Auction Island with the artifact and assumes control of the island. Harald informs the player that "her ancestors once ruled here centuries ago."
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