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Legendary (classification)

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The fifth classified type is Legendary and it is the second-highest tier of classification in terms of rarity. It mostly applies to Dragons, but there are other instances where gameplay elements have a designed rarity. As such, this rarity also applies to: four of the recipes in The Great Dragon Race event, one of the limited chests in the Enchantment League, three potions in the Enchantment League and 18 badges.

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In terms of Dragons, it includes all Dragons that have the Legendary Element as their base Element (except for Boss Dragons). Dragons with this base Element have two additional Elements which can be unlocked (awoken); the first upon reaching Level 20 and the second at Level 30. The second Element must be awoken before the third Element can be. Additionally, Trainers themselves must be Level 20 in order to awaken the first Element and Level 30 to awaken the second Element. Awakening Elements can only be done from the inside of that Dragon's Habitat.

The first Element will cost 750,000 Gold and takes 1 day to unlock while the second Element will cost 99 Gems and takes 2 days to unlock. While an Element is being awoken, Dragons will still produce Gold in their Habitat but are not available to be interacted with or perform any action whatsoever. Once awakening an Element is finished, the Yellow-Bordered Awoken Element (Legendary Dragons) Icon.png icon will be shown atop their Habitat. These Dragons can only be housed in a Legendary Habitat or Divine Habitat, regardless of their awoken Elements (except for Clan Dragons who reside in the Clan Fortress and have no Elements whatsoever). Even if a Legendary Dragon does not have any of their secondary Elements awoken, Temples matching those Elements will still need to be upgraded. The same principle applies to enchanting. Additionally, whenever specific Elements are needed to access some gameplay elements in the game or various battle settings (such as those in Castle Events), Legendary Dragons possessing that specific Element must have it awoken before being allowed access.

Important Icon.png A complete comparison of Legendary Dragons can be found here.