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The Dragon League is a battling competition hosted in the Arena that takes place between Dragons. It is unlocked when a player reaches Level 11 and it can be accessed through the Dragon League Icon.png button on the bottom left-side of the screen or by pressing the very same button after selecting the Arena. The player selects up to three Dragons to fight against another player's Dragons in an attempt to gain points. When in battle, the attacking player is facing the actual Dragons of real players, but these Dragons are operated by the program as opposed to the actual player competing against the attacking player in real-time. In other words, the defending player's actions are taken by the game itself while using their Dragons. Players are awarded accumulative points after each battle for the battle performance, and, when applicable, rewards for reaching certain levels of win streaks. At the end of the competition, players receive league rewards based on their current league, player level (modifiers), and the number of points they have accumulated compared to other players.

Each battle in the Dragon League costs one unit of energy Arena Energy Bolt.png for a normal attack or two Arena Energy Bolt.png for a Focus Attack (increases the health of the Dragons by 50%). The energy will automatically regenerate at a rate of one every 40 minutes until a player's maximum limit is reached. The energy can also be immediately replenished with Arena Gems held in the inventory Inventory Icon.png or by paying 3 Gems per energy (must purchase all energy required to meet the maximum limit through either method). VIP players have a limit of six units of energy and non-VIP players have a limit of four units of energy. There is currently no way to increase the maximum number of energy to more than six. The list of available opponents can be refreshed for free once every 3 hours or, if desired, at any time using 5 Gems per refresh.

Interface[edit | edit source]

See battling for complete information about the battle interface

Win Streak Panel.png
Reward Received Information.png

After opening the Dragon League screen, the player is able to see their current league, the time left for the current instance of the Dragon League, the leaderboard as well as their position on it, their current score, their current win streak, the current prize of the league, and a few more options. If there is no new prize to be earned, a window notifying the player will be displayed. From here on, the player can press: the Ranking Button.png button to see the current rankings, the Information Button.png button to see the rewards that can be earned from win streaks, the Extra Button.png button to refill their Arena Energy, the emblem of the League to show the promotion rewards for each league, or the Find Opponents Button.png button to proceed to the battle selection screen.

Points[edit | edit source]

Points are earned for each match completed, win or lose. If a player loses the battle, they will only receive 20 points in total. If a player wins a match, they will receive a base of 100 points plus any bonus point earned from the battle.

Additional Points[edit | edit source]

Bonus points are added based upon the difficulty of the battle, the number of stars earned, the player's winning streak, and whether both battlers are in a Clan or not.

Battle Points.png

Difficulty - Players are presented with three opponents; the battle difficulty will be displayed upon the challenge snapshot of each opponent, along with the Dragons they will bring to the battle. There are three possible levels of difficulty:

Battle Rank Bonus
Easy 25
Normal 75
Hard 150

Stars Earned - Each star earned from winning a battle is worth an additional 5 points.

Win Streak - Bonus points are given for defeating multiple opponents in a row within a given time frame. The bonus points increase with the win streak and are added to the player's score.

Win Streak No Streak 3 Streak 6 Streak 9 Streak 12 Streak 15 Streak 18 Streak 20 Streak
Bonus +0% +10% +20% +30% +40% +60% +80% +100%

Clans - When a Clan member defeats a member of an opposing Clan, the winner receives an additional 20% to their combined score.

Total Additional Points[edit | edit source]

Battle Difficulty No Streak 3 Streak 6 Streak 9 Streak 12 Streak 15 Streak 18 Streak 20 Streak
Easy 0 points 14 points 28 points 42 points 56 points 84 points 112 points 140 points
Easy (Clan Bonus) 28 points 30 points 33 points 36 points 39 points 44 points 50 points 56 points
Normal 38 points 41 points 45 points 49 points 53 points 60 points 68 points 76 points
Normal (Clan Bonus) 0 points 19 points 38 points 57 points 76 points 114 points 152 points 190 points
Hard 0 points 26 points 53 points 79 points 106 points 159 points 212 points 265 points
Hard (Clan Bonus) 53 points 58 points 63 points 68 points 74 points 84 points 95 points 106 points

Battle Difficulty No Streak 3 Streak 6 Streak 9 Streak 12 Streak 15 Streak 18 Streak 20 Streak
Easy 0 points 13 points 27 points 40 points 54 points 81 points 108 points 135 points
Easy (Clan Bonus) 27 points 29 points 32 points 35 points 37 points 43 points 48 points 54 points
Normal 0 points 18 points 37 points 55 points 74 points 111 points 148 points 185 points
Normal (Clan Bonus) 37 points 40 points 44 points 48 points 51 points 59 points 66 points 74 points
Hard 0 points 26 points 52 points 78 points 104 points 156 points 208 points 260 points
Hard (Clan Bonus) 52 points 57 points 62 points 67 points 72 points 83 points 93 points 104 points

Battle Difficulty No Streak 3 Streak 6 Streak 9 Streak 12 Streak 15 Streak 18 Streak 20 Streak
Easy 0 points 13 points 26 points 39 points 52 points 78 points 104 points 130 points
Easy (Clan Bonus) 26 points 28 points 31 points 33 points 36 points 41 points 46 points 52 points
Normal 0 points 18 points 36 points 54 points 72 points 108 points 144 points 180 points
Normal (Clan Bonus) 36 points 39 points 43 points 46 points 50 points 57 points 64 points 72 points
Hard 0 points 25 points 51 points 76 points 102 points 153 points 204 points 255 points
Hard (Clan Bonus) 51 points 56 points 61 points 66 points 71 points 81 points 91 points 102 points

Leagues[edit | edit source]

Each competition divides players into groups of 500 and lasts 3 days and 10 hours. Thus, there are two iterations of the Dragon League per week, one between Monday 07:00 UTC and Thursday 17:00 UTC, and the other between Thursday 17:00 UTC and Monday 07:00 UTC. Once a competition has finished, players are rewarded based on their points compared to other players.

Players in the Top 140 of their league are promoted to the next league. Upon reaching Bronze League 2, players that do not obtain rankings higher than 360 are demoted to the league previous to their current one. Once the top prize for a league is obtained, players who get demoted and then promoted back will not receive the same prize again, the only rewards given being those from the leaderboard.

The amount of Gold and Food rewarded are based on the player's level. The values below pertain to Modifier 1. See Level Modifier for more information.

Placement

Bronze League

Bronze League Icon.png

Silver League

Silver League Icon.png

Gold League

Gold League Icon.png

Diamond League

Diamond League Icon.png

Dragonscale League

Dragonscale League Icon.png
1st-5th
  • 20,000 Gold
  • 1,000 Food
  • 3 Scrolls
  • 25,000 Gold
  • 2,000 Food
  • 3 Scrolls
  • 30,000 Gold
  • 3,000 Food
  • 3 Scrolls
  • 35,000 Gold
  • 4,000 Food
  • 3 Scrolls
  • 40,000 Gold
  • 5,000 Food
  • 3 Scrolls
6th-15th
  • 10,000 Gold
  • 500 Food
  • 2 Scrolls
  • 12,500 Gold
  • 1,000 Food
  • 2 Scrolls
  • 15,000 Gold
  • 1500 Food
  • 2 Scrolls
  • 17,500 Gold
  • 2,000 Food
  • 2 Scrolls
  • 20,000 Gold
  • 2,500 Food
  • 2 Scrolls
16th-40th
  • 7,000 Gold
  • 250 Food
  • 1 Scroll
  • 9,000 Gold
  • 500 Food
  • 1 Scroll
  • 10,000 Gold
  • 750 Food
  • 1 Scroll
  • 11,500 Gold
  • 1,000 Food
  • 1 Scroll
  • 12,500 Gold
  • 1,250 Food
  • 1 Scrolls
41st-140th
  • 3,000 Gold
  • 175 Food
  • 3,000 Gold
  • 300 Food
  • 4,500 Gold
  • 375 Food
  • 6,000 Gold
  • 500 Food
  • 6,000 Gold
  • 625 Food
141st-200th
  • 1,000 Gold
  • 50 Food
  • 1,750 Gold
  • 100 Food
  • 2,500 Gold
  • 150 Food
  • 3,250 Gold
  • 200 Food
  • 3,250 Gold
  • 250 Food
201st-360th
  • 500 Gold
  • 750 Gold
  • 1,000 Gold
  • 1,250 Gold
  • 1,250 Gold
361st-500th
  • 100 Gold
  • 150 Gold
  • 200 Gold
  • 250 Gold
  • 250 Gold
  • The Gold and Diamond Leagues were opened, respectively, on the 25th of June and the 20th of July 2015 to the Android & iOS platforms and on the 20th of July and the 10th of August 2015 to the Windows platform.
  • The Dragonscale League was opened on the 8th of February 2016 to all platforms.

Promotion Rewards[edit | edit source]

The Dragon League is broken up into multiple leagues. Placing in the Top 140 of a league promotes the player to the next league, awarding them with a Dragon or decoration. Each reward may only be received once.

League Name Promotion Reward
Bronze League 3 None/Starting League
Bronze League 2

Bronze League 2 Emblem.png

Agent Dragon
Bronze League 2.png
Bronze League 1

Bronze League 1 Emblem.png

Glowing Stump
Bronze League 1.png
Silver League 3

Silver League 3 Emblem.png

Lynx Dragon
Silver League 3.png
Silver League 2

Silver League 2 Emblem.png

Trainer's Monument
Silver League 2.png
Silver League 1

Silver League 1 Emblem.png

Steel Dragon
Silver League 1.png
Gold League 3

Gold League 3 Emblem.png

Winged Victory
Gold League 3.png
Gold League 2

Gold League 2 Emblem.png

Hammerhead Dragon
Gold League 2.png
Gold League 1

Gold League 1 Emblem.png

Shining Shield
Gold League 1.png
Diamond League 3

Diamond League 3 Emblem.png

Torpedo Dragon
Diamond League 3.png
Diamond League 2

Diamond League 2 Emblem.png

Galgomor's Blade
Diamond League 2.png
Diamond League 1

Diamond League 1 Emblem.png

Cosplay Dragon
Diamond League 1.png
Dragonscale League 3

Dragonscale League 3 Emblem.png

Dragonscale Banner
Dragonscale League 3.png
Dragonscale League 2

Dragonscale League 2 Emblem.png

Glowing Dragon Egg
Dragonscale League 2.png
Dragonscale League 1

Dragonscale League 1 Emblem.png

Celestial Dragon
Dragonscale League 1.png

Dragonscale League 1[edit | edit source]

Upon being promoted to Dragonscale League 1, the last league of the Dragon League competition, the leaderboard is changed and the top reward becomes a limited Arena-Prize Dragon.

The amount of Gold and Food rewarded are based on the player's level. The written values in the table below pertain to Modifier 1 while the values in the images of the leaderboards pertain to Modifier 15. See Level Modifier for more information.

Placement Prizes
1st-5th Dragon Egg Icon.png Limited-Time Dragon
6th-15th
  • 22,500 Gold
  • 2,500 Food
  • 2 Scrolls
16th-40th
  • 15,000 Gold
  • 1,250 Food
  • 1 Scroll
41th-140th
  • 7,500 Gold
  • 625 Food
141th-200th
  • 4,000 Gold
  • 250 Food
201th-360th
  • 1,500 Gold
361th-500th
  • 300 Gold

2017[edit | edit source]

Duration Award Leaderboard
9 January - 6 February Warlord Dragon

Warlord Dragon.png

Dragonscale League 1 Leaderboard - Warlord.jpg
6 February - 6 March Mech Dragon

Mech Dragon.png

Dragonscale League 1 Leaderboard - Mech.jpg
6 March - 3 April Tsunami Dragon

Tsunami Dragon.png

Dragonscale League 1 Leaderboard - Tsunami.jpg
3 April - 1 May Warlord Dragon

Warlord Dragon.png

Dragonscale League 1 Leaderboard - Warlord.jpg
1 May - 29 May Mech Dragon

Mech Dragon.png

Dragonscale League 1 Leaderboard - Mech.jpg
29 May - 29 June Tsunami Dragon

Tsunami Dragon.png

Dragonscale League 1 Leaderboard - Tsunami.jpg
29 June - currently Warlord Dragon

Warlord Dragon.png

Dragonscale League 1 Leaderboard - Warlord.jpg

2016[edit | edit source]

Duration Award Leaderboard
18 February - 4 April Warlord Dragon

Warlord Dragon.png

Dragonscale League 1 Leaderboard - Warlord.jpg
4 April - 9 May Tsunami Dragon

Tsunami Dragon.png

Dragonscale League 1 Leaderboard - Tsunami.jpg
9 May - 6 June Mech Dragon

Mech Dragon.png

Dragonscale League 1 Leaderboard - Mech.jpg
6 June - 4 July Warlord Dragon

Warlord Dragon.png

Dragonscale League 1 Leaderboard - Warlord.jpg
4 July - 1 August Tsunami Dragon

Tsunami Dragon.png

Dragonscale League 1 Leaderboard - Tsunami.jpg
1 August - 22 August Warlord Dragon

Warlord Dragon.png

Dragonscale League 1 Leaderboard - Warlord.jpg
22 August - 19 September Mech Dragon

Mech Dragon.png

Dragonscale League 1 Leaderboard - Mech.jpg
19 September - 17 October Tsunami Dragon

Tsunami Dragon.png

Dragonscale League 1 Leaderboard - Tsunami.jpg
17 October - 14 November Warlord Dragon

Warlord Dragon.png

Dragonscale League 1 Leaderboard - Warlord.jpg
14 November - 12 December Mech Dragon

Mech Dragon.png

Dragonscale League 1 Leaderboard - Mech.jpg
12 December 2016 - 9 January 2017 Tsunami Dragon

Tsunami Dragon.png

Dragonscale League 1 Leaderboard - Tsunami.jpg

Win Streak[edit | edit source]

Each time a match is won, a win streak is started or continued. If a match is won in the next 21 minutes, the streak will continue. Every three victories, in addition to the bonus to the battle score from the next victories, a reward is earned, which depends on the player's level. There are 6 different reward brackets, namely levels 10-15, levels 16-21, levels 22-27, levels 28-33, levels 34-39, and levels over 40.

# of Wins Bracket 1 Bracket 2 Bracket 3 Bracket 4 Bracket 5 Bracket 6
3
  • 300 Food
  • 500 Food
  • 10,000 Gold
  • 17,500 Gold
  • 60,000 Gold
  • 100,000 Gold
6
  • 500 Food
  • 1 Arena Gem
  • 800 Food
  • 1 Arena Gem
  • 1,500 Food
  • 1 Arena Gem
  • 4,000 Food
  • 1 Arena Gem
  • 8,000 Food
  • 1 Arena Gem
  • 12,500 Food
  • 1 Arena Gem
9
  • 1 Gem
  • 2 Scrolls
  • 1 Gem
  • 2 Scrolls
  • 1 Gem
  • 2 Scrolls
  • 1 Gem
  • 2 Scrolls
  • 1 Gem
  • 2 Scrolls
  • 1 Gem
  • 2 Scrolls
12
  • 1 Gem
  • 2 Arena Gems
  • 10,000 Gold
  • 1 Gem
  • 2 Arena Gems
  • 15,000 Gold
  • 1 Gem
  • 2 Arena Gems
  • 25,000 Gold
  • 1 Gem
  • 2 Arena Gems
  • 50,000 Gold
  • 1 Gem
  • 2 Arena Gems
  • 100,000 Gold
  • 1 Gem
  • 2 Arena Gems
  • 250,000 Gold
15
  • 1,000 Food
  • 3 Scrolls
  • 1 Dragon Fury Essence
  • 2,000 Food
  • 3 Scrolls
  • 1 Dragon Fury Essence
  • 4,000 Food
  • 3 Scrolls
  • 1 Dragon Fury Essence
  • 10,000 Food
  • 3 Scrolls
  • 1 Dragon Fury Essence
  • 20,000 Food
  • 3 Scrolls
  • 1 Dragon Fury Essence
  • 30,000 Food
  • 3 Scrolls
  • 1 Dragon Fury Essence
18
  • 1 Gem
  • 1,000 Food
  • 15,000 Gold
  • 1 Gem
  • 2,000 Food
  • 25,000 Gold
  • 1 Gem
  • 4,000 Food
  • 35,000 Gold
  • 1 Gem
  • 10,000 Food
  • 50,000 Gold
  • 1 Gem
  • 20,000 Food
  • 100,000 Gold
  • 1 Gem
  • 30,000 Food
  • 200,000 Gold
20
  • 5 Gems
  • 10 Scrolls
  • 2 Dragon Fury Essence
  • 5 Gems
  • 10 Scrolls
  • 2 Dragon Fury Essence
  • 5 Gems
  • 10 Scrolls
  • 2 Dragon Fury Essence
  • 5 Gems
  • 10 Scrolls
  • 2 Dragon Fury Essence
  • 5 Gems
  • 10 Scrolls
  • 2 Dragon Fury Essence
  • 5 Gems
  • 10 Scrolls
  • 2 Dragon Fury Essence

Occasions[edit | edit source]

Seasonal[edit | edit source]

These are promotions that occassionally occur during a widely-held holiday. During these festivals, players are provided with a unique leaderboard and prizes.

Event Duration League(s) Affected Dragon League Reward Leaderboard
Halloween
Treater Dragon Advertisement (Halloween Dragon League - Diamond League 1).jpg
19 October 2015 - 6 November 2015
Diamond League 1 Emblem.png
1st-5th Place

Treater Dragon

Treater Dragon.png
Halloween Dragon League - Leaderboard.jpg
Christmas
Spruce Dragon Advertisement (Dragon League).jpg
14 December 2015 - 4 January 2016
Diamond League 1 Emblem.png
1st-5th Place

Spruce Dragon

Spruce Dragon.png
Christmas Dragon League - Leaderboard.jpg

Special[edit | edit source]

Special Arena Advertisement.jpg

On the 13th, 14th and 15th of March 2015, the Dragon League had a daily run of 12 hours in which a different prize was awarded each day to those who placed in the top five spots. On the first day, the prize was the Agent Dragon, on the second day it was the Lynx Dragon, and on the last day it was the Hammerhead Dragon.

Events[edit | edit source]

See Clan Events and Faction Events for complete details

  • Starting with the introduction of the very first Faction Event in the game (Light and Shadow Games), where two sides compete against each other, Dragon League battles are sometimes the goal for these types of events.
  • A type of Clan Event called Settle the Score ran once every three weeks, from Monday to Friday, before it was discontinued. It was available only to Clan members and its goal was for these members to collectively gather as many points as possible during the event, which counted toward their Clan score, but also to their individual score. That event has since been replaced with The Great Dragon Race, a Clan event that includes Dragon League battles as one of the various tasks that can be done to acquire ingredients for the event.

Noteworthy Changes[edit | edit source]

Update 2.1
  • New background for battles added to the already-existing ones.
Update 2.0
  • With the introduction of Clans in this update, bonus points were added to the Dragon League that are rewarded when members of a Clan defeat members of opposing Clans.
    • Additionally, with the introduction of Clan Events, the Dragon League is now sometimes a type of goal for these events.
Update 1.9
  • Dragonscale League is introduced and becomes the current highest-tiered league.
  • The leaderboards prior to the addition of the Dragonscale League:

The amount of Gold and Food rewarded are based on the player's level. See Level Modifier for more information.

Placement

Bronze League

Bronze League Icon.png

Silver League

Silver League Icon.png

Gold League

Gold League Icon.png

Diamond League

Diamond League Icon.png
1st-5th
  • 20,000 Gold
  • 1,000 Food
  • 3 Scrolls
  • 25,000 Gold
  • 2,000 Food
  • 3 Scrolls
  • 30,000 Gold
  • 3,000 Food
  • 3 Scrolls
  • 40,000 Gold
  • 4,000 Food
  • 3 Scrolls
6th-15th
  • 10,000 Gold
  • 500 Food
  • 2 Scrolls
  • 12,500 Gold
  • 1,000 Food
  • 2 Scrolls
  • 15,000 Gold
  • 1500 Food
  • 2 Scrolls
  • 20,000 Gold
  • 2,000 Food
  • 2 Scrolls
16th-40th
  • 7,000 Gold
  • 250 Food
  • 1 Scroll
  • 9,000 Gold
  • 500 Food
  • 1 Scroll
  • 10,000 Gold
  • 750 Food
  • 1 Scroll
  • 12,500 Gold
  • 1,000 Food
  • 1 Scroll
41st-140th
  • 3,000 Gold
  • 175 Food
  • 3,000 Gold
  • 300 Food
  • 4,500 Gold
  • 375 Food
  • 6,000 Gold
  • 500 Food
141st-200th
  • 1,000 Gold
  • 50 Food
  • 1,750 Gold
  • 100 Food
  • 2,500 Gold
  • 150 Food
  • 3,250 Gold
  • 200 Food
201st-360th
  • 500 Gold
  • 750 Gold
  • 1,000 Gold
  • 1,500 Gold
361st-500th
  • 100 Gold
  • 150 Gold
  • 200 Gold
  • 300 Gold
  • Prior to the introduction of Dragonscale League, Diamond League 1 offered limited Dragon rewards.
  • Before the Silver and Gold Leagues were finished development, players who had completed the highest tier of the current league available to them, rather than advancing, were left in the highest tier with the 1st-3rd place reward received being the following Dragon:
Pre-Dragonscale League
League Duration Award Leaderboard
Silver League 1 Emblem.png 27 May - 25 June 2015 Black Armor Dragon

Black Armor Dragon.png

Silver League 1 Leaderboard - Black Armor.png
Gold League 1 Emblem.png 25 June - 20 July 2015 Ruby Dragon

Ruby Dragon.png

Gold League 1 Leaderboard - Ruby.png
Diamond League 1 Emblem.png 20 July - 19 October 2015 Warlord Dragon

Warlord Dragon.png

Diamond League 1 Leaderboard - Warlord.png
9 November - 18 December 2015 Tsunami Dragon

Tsunami Dragon.png

Diamond League 1 Leaderboard - Tsunami.png
4 January - 8 February 2016 Mech Dragon

Mech Dragon.png

Diamond League 1 Leaderboard - Mech.jpg
Update 1.8
  • The leaderboard rewards were changed to accommodate the influx of new players.
  • Before this update, players in the Top 60 of their league were promoted to the next league while players that did not obtain rankings higher than 160 were demoted to their previous league.
Pre-Update 1.8 Leaderboard
Placement

Bronze League

Bronze League Icon.png

Silver League

Silver League Icon.png

Gold League

Gold League Icon.png

Diamond League

Diamond League Icon.png
1st-3rd
  • 100,000 Gold
  • 16,000 Food
  • 4 Scrolls
  • 200,000 Gold
  • 20,000 Food
  • 6 Scrolls
  • 400,000 Gold
  • 32,000 Food
  • 8 Scrolls
  • 800,000 Gold
  • 40,000 Food
  • 10 Scrolls
4th-10th
  • 80,000 Gold
  • 12,000 Food
  • 2 Scrolls
  • 160,000 Gold
  • 15,000 Food
  • 4 Scrolls
  • 320,000 Gold
  • 28,000 Food
  • 6 Scrolls
  • 640,000 Gold
  • 30,000 Food
  • 8 Scrolls
11th-30th
  • 60,000 Gold
  • 8,000 Food
  • 1 Scrolls
  • 120,000 Gold
  • 10,000 Food
  • 2 Scrolls
  • 240,000 Gold
  • 16,000 Food
  • 4 Scrolls
  • 480,000 Gold
  • 20,000 Food
  • 6 Scrolls
31st-60th
  • 40,000 Gold
  • 4,000 Food
  • 80,000 Gold
  • 5,000 Food
  • 160,000 Gold
  • 8,000 Food
  • 320,000 Gold
  • 10,000 Food
61st-100th
  • 20,000 Gold
  • 2,000 Food
  • 40,000 Gold
  • 2,500 Food
  • 80,000 Gold
  • 4,000 Food
  • 160,000 Gold
  • 5,000 Food
101st-160th
  • 10,000 Gold
  • 1,000 Food
  • 20,000 Gold
  • 1,500 Food
  • 40,000 Gold
  • 2,000 Food
  • 80,000 Gold
  • 2,500 Food
161st-200th
  • 5,000 Gold
  • 10,000 Gold
  • 20,000 Gold
  • 40,000 Gold
Update 1.6
  • With the introduction of Faction Events to the game, Dragon League battles are now sometimes a type of goal for these events.
Update 1.5
  • Dragon Fury Essence is introduced to the game and the win streak rewards are changed to accommodate their addition. Additionally, starting with this update, the rewards given for win streaks now depend on the player's level brackets.
Pre-Update 1.5 Win Streaks
# of Wins +% Points Bracket 1 Bracket 2 Bracket 3 Bracket 4 Bracket 5
3 10%
  • 300 Food
  • 500 Food
  • 17,500 Gold
  • 60,000 Gold
  • 100,000 Gold
6 20%
  • 500 Food
  • 1 Arena Gem
  • 1 Arena Gem
  • 800 Food
  • 1 Arena Gem
  • 4,000 Food
  • 1 Arena Gem
  • 8,000 Food
  • 1 Arena Gem
  • 12,500 Food
9 30%
  • 1 Gem
  • 2 Scrolls
  • 1 Gem
  • 2 Scrolls
  • 1 Gem
  • 2 Scrolls
  • 1 Gem
  • 2 Scrolls
  • 1 Gem
  • 2 Scrolls
12 40%
  • 1 Gem
  • 2 Arena Gems
  • 10,000 Gold
  • 1 Gem
  • 2 Arena Gems
  • 15,000 Gold
  • 1 Gem
  • 2 Arena Gems
  • 50,000 Gold
  • 1 Gem
  • 2 Arena Gems
  • 250,000 Gold
  • 1 Gem
  • 2 Arena Gems
  • 250,000 Gold
15 60%
  • 3 Scrolls
  • 1,000 Food
  • 3 Scrolls
  • 2,000 Food
  • 3 Scrolls
  • 10,000 Food
  • 3 Scrolls
  • 20,000 Food
  • 3 Scrolls
  • 30,000 Food
18 80%
  • 1 Gem
  • 1,000 Food
  • 15,000 Gold
  • 1 Gem
  • 2,000 Food
  • 25,000 Gold
  • 1 Gem
  • 10,000 Food
  • 50,000 Gold
  • 1 Gem
  • 20,000 Food
  • 100,000 Gold
  • 1 Gem
  • 30,000 Food
  • 200,000 Gold
20 100%
  • 5 Gems
  • 10 Scrolls
  • 5 Gems
  • 10 Scrolls
  • 5 Gems
  • 10 Scrolls
  • 5 Gems
  • 10 Scrolls
  • 5 Gems
  • 10 Scrolls
Update 1.3
  • The amount of Battle Energy the player has is no longer displayed on the Find Opponents Button.png button.
  • The bonuses for the difficulty of the battle where changed. The old bonuses are:
    • Easy Rank Battles: No extra rewards upon winning
    • Normal Rank Battles: 50+ extra points upon winning
    • Hard Rank Battles: 100+ extra points upon winning
  • Starting with this update, the attacking player always goes first in the Dragon League.
  • Complete revamp to include a new system, including tiered leagues with rewards when getting promoted.
  • Each competition now lasts 3 days and 10 hours instead of 1 week.
  • Starting with this update, any prized Dragons are given when players get promoted to higher-tiered league and Dragons for the top spots are given when players get promoted to the last league and place themselves onto those spots at the end of each competition. Before this update, the leaderboard prizes were different and included Dragons for the top spots at the end of each Dragon League iteration. The Agent Dragon and the Lynx Dragon were given on a weekly or bi-weekly rotation.
Pre-Update 1.3 Leaderboard
Placement Reward
1st-10th[1] Lynx/Agent Dragon Egg
11th-25th
  • 400,000 Gold
  • 60,000 Food
  • 10 Scrolls
26th-75th
  • 300,000 Gold
  • 40,000 Food
  • 7 Scrolls
76th-150th
  • 200,000 Gold
  • 20,000 Food
  • 5 Scroll
151st-250th
  • 120,000 Gold
  • 8,000 Food
251st-750th
  • 40,000 Gold
  • 4,000 Food
751th-9000th
  • 20,000 Gold
  1. In the first 6 weeks of the Dragon League, the top prize was given to the Top 3 players.
Update 1.2

Starting with this update, the battles are now categorized more appropriately than they were in the previous update, with players having more chances to face other players on par with them.

Update 1.1
  • The Refresh Button 2.png button was replaced by the Free Refresh Button.png button.
  • The amount of Battle Energy the player has is now also displayed on the Find Opponents Button.png button.
  • Bonuses that vary in accordance to the difficulty of a battle are introduced.
  • Battles are made slightly faster.
  • The amount of Arena Energy required to use Focus Attack is reduced from three to two.
  • Arena Gems are introduced.
  • The win streak rewards are changed.
Pre-Update 1.1 Win-Streaks
# of Wins +% Points League 1 League 2 League 3
3 10% 10,000 Gold 60,000 Gold 100,000 Gold
6 20%

1 Gem

2 Portal Gems

1 Gem

2 Portal Gems

1 Gem

2 Portal Gems

9 30%

2,000 Food

2 Scroll

10,000 Food

2 Scroll

1 Gem

2 Scroll

12 40%

1 Gem

3 Portal Gems

25,000 Gold

1 Gem

3 Portal Gems

100,000 Gold

1 Gem

2 Portal Gems

250,000 Gold

15 60%

4,000 Food

3 Scrolls

20,000 Food

3 Scrolls

30,000 Food

3 Scrolls

18 80%

1 Gem

4,000 Food

35,000 Gold

1 Gem

20,000 Food

100,000 Gold

1 Gem

30,000 Food

200,000 Gold

20 100%

5 Gems

10 Scrolls

5 Gems

10 Scrolls

5 Gems

10 Scrolls