Breeding is the main way to obtain Dragons. Breeding is done by pairing two adult Dragons (Level 4 or higher) in the Breeding Den, the only place where Dragons can breed. The amount of time it will take to breed a Dragon is determined by the Elements and type of the two Dragons being bred together and the Dragon which will be produced from that breeding. Usually, the longer the time it takes to breed, the rarer the Dragon will be. Dragons with more advanced Elements and a higher rarity will take more time to breed and incubate. Breeding times can vary from 30 seconds for a Fire Dragon to 2 days for a Legendary Dragon and are affected by the VIP Status.
Breeding Basics[edit | edit source]
- Dragons must reach Level 4 before they can breed.
- Each parent will pass at least one of their Elements to their offspring (unless exceptions occur).
- Breeding lower-level Dragons typically produces lower-rarity offspring.
- Breeding higher-level Dragons typically produces higher-rarity offspring.
Dragons that can be be bred at all times will always be found in the Main Shop. Some Dragons are not normally obtained through standard breeding. They may be awarded through events or a variety of other methods, or be offered for limited-time breeding, as in the case of the Dragon of the Week and the Dragon of the Month. Additionally, Chronos, Boss Dragons and Clan Dragons can not be obtained through breeding.
Breeding Principles[edit | edit source]
When breeding two Dragons, there is usually no guarantee of what Dragon will be obtained. The exception is when there is only one possible outcome for the resultant Dragon, such as when using two single-Element Dragons that are of the same Element. An example of this would be to breed Fire Dragon + Fire Dragon, which can only result in the breeding of a Fire Dragon. Baby Dragons will usually inherit one or more Elements from each parent with the exception of Legendary Dragons. Additionally, the player can not obtain, through breeding, Dragons with Elements that are higher than the player's level. For example, if the player manages to obtain an Agent Dragon from the Dragon League and they are under Level 15 (when the Metal Element is unlocked), they will be able to hatch the Agent Dragon and even breed it with other Dragons, but the Agent Dragon will never pass the Metal Element (or the Void Element until Level 25) until the player reaches Level 15, and will only be able to pass the Earth Element.
Breeding the same pair of Dragons multiple times can lead to various results since the specific Dragon that will hatch is randomly chosen based on the available Elements of the breeders. Breeding two Dragons of higher rarity and levels will increase the chances of producing a Dragon of higher rarity. Breeding outcomes for a specific Dragon or Dragon of higher rarity may require many breeding attempts. The only exception is for Dragons with guaranteed combinations. These are the only Dragons that can result from certain Elemental pairs. The Breeding Calculator is a helpful tool for determining what the outcome of a specific breeding may produce.
Breeding Legendary Dragons[edit | edit source]
Legendary Dragons act as wild cards for breeding, but they pass only one Element from the ones which the user has unlocked by leveling up. Only Bi-Elemental Dragons (with the exception of the Sunflower, Mercury, Lightning, Magnet and Emperor Dragons) can be obtained by breeding two Legendaries, regardless of whether either of the parents has any of its secondary Elements unlocked.
Additionally, Legendary Dragons, also do not follow the breeding principles when it comes to being bred, as they can either be obtained through specific combinations or through a limited-time breeding event.
Incompatible Combinations[edit | edit source]
There are hundreds of different breeding combinations to get various Dragons in the game. Therefore, some Dragons can be bred from more than one pairing combination. There are, however, a few Dragons that can not be bred together. These are:
- Fire Dragon + Plant Dragon
- Wind Dragon + Energy Dragon
- Water Dragon + Metal Dragon
- Earth Dragon + Void Dragon
- Light Dragon + Shadow Dragon
Furthermore, there are some hybrid Dragons for which a Single-Element Dragon can not be used when trying to obtain them. They can only be obtained by using hybrid + hybrid breeding combinations. These are:
Additionally, the above five Dragons are the only ones part of the specific combinations for obtaining Breedable Legendaries.
Enchanted Breeding[edit | edit source]
See Breeding Den for information on upgrading it
Enchanted Breeding is the only way of breeding Enchantment Dragons where specific Dragons need to be enchanted to certain levels and paired in predetermined combinations before being able to obtain these Enchantment Dragons. In addition to requiring a unique combination with different Enchantment levels, the Breeding Den will have to be upgraded to certain levels in accordance to the desired Dragon.
|Icon||Dragon||Parents (Enchantment Level)||Den Level|
|Amber||Bee Dragon (1)||Tree Dragon (1)||2|
|Ant||Clay Dragon (1)||Toxic Dragon (1)||2|
|Beetle||Venom Dragon (3)||Orange Dragon (2)||4|
|Bloom||Agave Dragon (1)||Cloud Dragon (1)||2|
|Box||Seed Dragon (1)||Clownfish Dragon (1)||2|
|Briar||Cockatoo Dragon (4)||Dark Mech Dragon (4)||6|
|Cockatoo||Golden Crow Dragon (3)||Mist Dragon (4)||5|
|Crumbly||Fossil Dragon (4)||Frosty Dragon (4)||6|
|Dark Mech||Alien Dragon (2)||Armored Dragon (3)||4|
|Disco Ball||Rocker Dragon (3)||Magnet Dragon (4)||5|
|Fossil||Brick Dragon (3)||Lightfish Dragon (3)||4|
|Frosty||Yeti Dragon (3)||Frostbite Dragon (2)||4|
|Hellfire||Lava Dragon (4)||Blueflame Dragon (3)||5|
|Hypoestes||Elemental Dragon (2)||Witch Dragon (2)||3|
|Origami||Geiger Dragon (2)||Ice Dragon (2)||3|
|Owl||Sunflower Dragon (2)||Tribal Dragon (2)||3|
|Plushie||Disco Ball Dragon (4)||Superhero Dragon (4)||6|
|Superhero||Jelly Dragon (2)||Tiger Dragon (2)||4|
Events[edit | edit source]
- Solo Events require hatching Dragons as one of their objectives.
- Breeding Dragons is one of the methods for earning points in Super Events.
- During The Great Dragon Race, a type of Clan Event completing various Clan Quests, among which breeding Dragons is one of the objectives, will give various ingredients to the player.
Hatching[edit | edit source]
See Hatching for complete details
Once two Dragons are sent to the Breeding Den, they will breed for a period of time to produce one egg. Eggs need to be incubated in the Hatchery until they are ready to hatch. Once the incubation period is complete, the baby can hatch from its shell and be placed into one of the Habitats or sold on the spot.
Breeding Length Calculation[edit | edit source]
The amount of time it takes for a Dragon to be successfully bred is determined by its Elements and rarity while an active VIP Status of Level 2 or higher reduces the amount of time by 20%.
Rarity Factor[edit | edit source]
- Common = 0 hours
- Uncommon = 2 hours
- Rare = 6 hours
- Epic = 8 hours
- Legendary = 48 hours
Elemental Factor[edit | edit source]
This only applies to the Elements of a Dragon that do not require awakening. Thus, only the Legendary Element applies to all Legendary Dragons because their secondary Elements need to be awoken. As such, all Legendary Dragons have the same breeding time, regardless of their Elements.
- Fire, Wind, Earth & Water = 2 hours
- Plant & Metal = 4 hours
- Energy & Void = 6 hours
- Light & Shadow = 8 hours
- Legendary = 48 hours
VIP Factor[edit | edit source]
- Active VIP (VIP Level 2 or higher) = 0.8
- Inactive VIP/VIP Level 1 = 1
Examples[edit | edit source]
- Breeding Time = ((2 + 2) + 0) * VIP Factor
- Breeding Time = 4 * VIP Factor
Thus, without VIP, the breeding time is 4 hours while with VIP, the breeding time is 3 hours and 12 minutes.
- Breeding Time = ((2 + 6 + 6) + 8) * VIP Factor
- Breeding Time = 22 * VIP Factor
Thus, without VIP, the breeding time is 22 hours while with VIP, the breeding time is 17 hours and 36 minutes.
Exceptions[edit | edit source]
The following Dragons do not follow this formula and thus have their own breeding time.