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A Habitat is a place where Dragons live and accumulate Gold. There are various types of Habitats for housing Dragons. Chronos and Clan Dragons are the only Dragons that can not be housed in Habitats. While the Boss Habitat must be purchased with Gems, all other Habitats can be bought in the store with Gold. Boss Habitats can only house Boss Dragons; they are the only Habitat in which they can reside. Legendary Habitats can house any other type of Dragon, except Dragons with the Divine Element, but can hold no more than two Dragons. Divine Habitats can house the same type of Dragons as Legendary Habitats can, but they can also house Dragons with the Divine Element. All other Habitats can only house Dragons that have an Element matching that of the Habitat's, except the aforementioned types of Dragons, and can hold anywhere from 1 to 3 Dragons depending on the level of the Habitat. A Level 1 Habitat can hold only one Dragon, Levels 2-4 can hold two Dragons, and Levels 5 and 6 can hold up to three Dragons. For players who are levels 1 to 4, the maximum number of Habitats the user is allowed to have is 4. From level 5 onward, the maximum number of Habitats allowed to be built will be equal to the player's level (the cap is increased by 1 with every increase in level). However, Divine Habitats are also limited to the number of Divine Dragons a player has plus one. Habitats can be purchased by going to the Main Shop and accessing the Habitats Tab.png tab.

For easier Gold collection, a Yellow-Bordered Gold Icon.png icon appears above the Habitat to indicate it has accumulated at least 30% of its capacity, while the Green-Bordered Gold Icon.png appears when the Habitat is at 100% capacity. Otherwise, Gold can be collected by tapping the Collect Gold Button.png button. Whenever Gold is collected, the amount is shown in yellow atop the Habitat. If the player has an active VIP Status, the additional amount of Gold given as a result of this status is shown in purple.

As long as they are not under construction, Habitats can be moved to a different location by tapping on the building then dragging it to the new location. An arrow will appear on each side of the Habitat indicating if the Habitat can be placed in the new location or not. If the arrows are gray, the spot is not accessible, and if the arrows are green, the Habitat can be placed onto that spot. If a Habitat is no longer needed or in use, it can be sold or stored. Selling a Habitat can be done by pressing the Sell Button.png button. Habitats can be stored in the inventory Inventory Icon.png by selecting the Inventory Button.png button and then confirming the choice in the window that appears. The action of selling or storing a Habitat will not be allowed without first moving all the Dragons from that Habitat to a different Habitat (including Dragons that are exploring ruins, breeding, are in the Fountain of Youth, having their Elements awoken, or having their skills trained at the Dragon Academy). The selling price of a Habitat is 25% of the total cost the player has invested in it. For example, a Level 1 Earth Habitat costs 1,000 Gold to build, thus its selling cost is 250 Gold, whereas a Level 3 Earth Habitat requires a total of 29,000 Gold from being built to being leveled to this stage, thus its selling price is 7,250 Gold.

Various signs show the status of Dragons residing in the Habitat: the Ruins Sign.png sign indicates that a Dragon is exploring one of the ruins, the Fountain of Youth Sign.png sign indicates that a Dragon is in the Fountain of Youth, the Breeding Sign.png sign indicates that a Dragon is in the Breeding Den, and the Dragon Academy Sign.png sign appears when a Dragon is in the Dragon Academy. The Upgrade Sign.png sign shows whether or not there is an available upgrade for the Habitat.

Habitats change their appearance with every level, at maximum level receiving a mark that represents the Element of the Habitat. Their size is 5x5 squares until they reach Level 5, after which their size becomes 6x6 squares. Habitats that can house Legendary Dragons can not be upgraded and their size is always 6x6 squares while Boss Habitats are always 6x6 squares regardless of level. Whenever a selected Habitat has free space inside it, the Purchase Egg Button.png button appears which takes the player to the Main Shop where Dragons can be bought.

When a player selects a Habitat, if there is any Dragon in it, they will see its icon which shows the Dragon's given name and its level. If this icon is pressed, the player is taken to a screen displaying the Dragon in its Habitat from a closer angle, where additional information such as its Dragon name, Elements, Enchantment level, whether it is trained or not, and its current Gold production can be found. Also, if the players owns any Boss Dragon or/and has activated Chip's power, the amount of additional Gold a Dragon will produce as a result of the bonus(es) in Gold production will be shown in parentheses next to its regular Gold per Hour production. The bonus coming from Bosses will be shown first Total Earnings.png. Additionally, the Boss Dragons Icon.png icon will be shown next to the Gold per Hour production if the player owns at least one Boss Dragon while if Chip's power is currently active, the CDP Icon - Gold.png icon will be shown next to it for as long as the power lasts.

If the Information Button.png button in the bottom left corner is selected, the Codex entry of that Dragon is shown, providing further information about it. Actions that can be performed inside the Habitat include: feeding Feed Button.png (a progress bar indicating how many pieces of Food are left for the Dragon to level up shown at the top left, under its name), training Training Button.png and enchanting Enchantment Button.png, and awakening Elements for Legendary Dragons that have one or none Elements awoken Awaken Button.png. On the last option, if one Element is awoken, the first Unawoken Element Icon.png icon will show the awoken Element, while if no Element is awoken, both icons will have the same appearance. Selecting this option will bring up a menu where, if available, the player can unlock the first Element through the Awaken (Gold) Button.png button or the second Element through the Awaken (Gems) Button.png button.

In the case of a Boss Dragon, pressing its icon after selecting its Habitat will bring up a screen where the player will see its name and image, a small description of it (This boss inspires other dragons to earn more Gold), the bonus it provides to the Gold production of other Dragons (10%), and the OK Button.png, Sell Button 3.png and Move Button.png options. Pressing the first option closes the screen, pressing the second option gives the player the option to sell the Dragon and pressing the last option enables the player to move the Boss to another Boss Habitat.

Whenever the player chooses to sell any kind of Dragon, the choice must first be confirmed through the Yes Button.png button, or it can be cancelled through the No Button.png button.

Additionally, whenever a Habitat (except Boss Habitat) is selected, the Information Button 2.png option can be chosen to see its description, Gold capacity, and the number of Dragons that it can hold.

Fire Habitat[edit | edit source]

"Fire dragons make this habitat a warm home."

Level Gold Cost Building/Upgrading Time Experience Reward Player Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 100 30 seconds 4 Level 1 1 500 25
Level 2 2,000 5 minutes 80 Level 2 2 1,000 525
Level 3 8,000 10 minutes 320 Level 8 2,000 2,525
Level 4 18,000 40 minutes 720 Level 12 3,000 7,025
Level 5 40,000 1 hour 1,600 Level 16 3 4,000 17,025
Level 6 120,000 6 hours 4,800 Level 22 5,000 47,025
Total 188,100 7 hours, 55 minutes and 30 seconds 7,524 -

Compatible Elements: Fire

Wind Habitat[edit | edit source]

"Everything is well-secured in this habitat."

Level Gold Cost Building/Upgrading Time Experience Reward Player Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 500 3 minutes 20 Level 1 1 1,500 125
Level 2 4,000 15 minutes 160 Level 5 2 2,500 1,125
Level 3 10,000 45 minutes 400 Level 9 4,000 3,625
Level 4 24,000 1 hour and 30 minutes 960 Level 13 6,000 9,625
Level 5 60,000 3 hours 2,400 Level 18 3 8,500 24,625
Level 6 140,000 7 hours and 30 minutes 5,600 Level 24 10,000 59,625
Total 238,500 13 hours and 3 minutes 9,540 -

Compatible Elements: Wind

Earth Habitat[edit | edit source]

"Don't worry about tracking dirt into this habitat."

Level Gold Cost Building/Upgrading Time Experience Reward Player Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 1,000 5 minutes 40 Level 4 1 2,500 250
Level 2 10,000 20 minutes 400 Level 8 2 3,500 2,750
Level 3 18,000 40 minutes 720 Level 11 5,500 7,250
Level 4 34,000 50 minutes 1,360 Level 15 7,500 15,750
Level 5 80,000 1 hour and 10 minutes 3,200 Level 21 3 10,500 35,750
Level 6 180,000 6 hours and 40 minutes 7,200 Level 28 12,500 80,750
Total 323,000 9 hours and 45 minutes 12,920 -

Compatible Elements: Earth

Water Habitat[edit | edit source]

"A home for those who are naturally damp."

Level Gold Cost Building/Upgrading Time Experience Reward Player Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 10,000 1 hours 400 Level 9 1 5,000 2,500
Level 2 40,000 40 minutes 1,600 Level 10 2 6,500 12,500
Level 3 60,000 1 hour and 20 minutes 2,400 Level 12 9,000 27,500
Level 4 100,000 1 hour and 30 minutes 4,000 Level 16 11,500 52,500
Level 5 220,000 2 hours and 30 minutes 8,800 Level 23 3 15,000 107,500
Level 6 300,000 3 hours 12,000 Level 29 17,500 182,500
Total 730,000 10 hours 29,200 -

Compatible Elements: Water

Plant Habitat[edit | edit source]

"Photosynthesis and dragons thrive here."

Level Gold Cost Building/Upgrading Time Experience Reward Player Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 40,000 3 hours 1,600 Level 11 1 7,500 10,000
Level 2 80,000 1 hour and 20 minutes 3,200 Level 13 2 9,500 30,000
Level 3 120,000 2 hours 4,800 Level 17 13,000 60,000
Level 4 200,000 3 hours and 30 minutes 8,000 Level 21 16,500 110,000
Level 5 240,000 4 hours and 30 minutes 9,600 Level 27 3 21,500 170,000
Level 6 480,000 6 hours 19,200 Level 32 25,000 290,000
Total 1,160,000 20 hours and 20 minutes 46,400 -

Compatible Elements: Plant

Metal Habitat[edit | edit source]

"Cold and hard -- just the way these dragons like it."

Level Gold Cost Building/Upgrading Time Experience Reward Player Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 150,000 3 hours 6,000 Level 15 1 10,000 37,500
Level 2 250,000 2 hours 10,000 Level 17 2 12,500 100,000
Level 3 300,000 3 hours 12,000 Level 21 17,500 175,000
Level 4 450,000 5 hours 18,000 Level 26 22,500 287,500
Level 5 540,000 7 hours 21,600 Level 31 3 30,000 422,500
Level 6 720,000 9 hours 28,800 Level 40 35,000 602,500
Total 2,410,000 29 hours 96,400 -

Compatible Elements: Metal

Energy Habitat[edit | edit source]

"A place where energy can contain itself."

Level Gold Cost Building/Upgrading Time Experience Reward Player Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 280,000 6 hours 11,200 Level 19 1 15,000 70,000
Level 2 300,000 3 hours 12,000 Level 22 2 18,500 145,000
Level 3 450,000 4 hours and 30 minutes 18,000 Level 26 25,500 257,500
Level 4 750,000 7 hours and 30 minutes 30,000 Level 30 32,500 445,000
Level 5 900,000 10 hours and 30 minutes 36,000 Level 38 3 43,000 670,000
Level 6 1,200,000 13 hours and 30 minutes 48,000 Level 45 50,000 970,000
Total 3,880,000 45 hours 155,200 -

Compatible Elements: Energy

Void Habitat[edit | edit source]

"This habitat is full of mystery."

Level Gold Cost Building/Upgrading Time Experience Reward Player Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 400,000 12 hours 16,000 Level 25 1 25,000 100,000
Level 2 600,000 4 hours 24,000 Level 28 2 30,000 250,000
Level 3 900,000 6 hours 36,000 Level 32 40,000 475,000
Level 4 1,500,000 10 hours 60,000 Level 36 50,000 850,000
Level 5 1,800,000 14 hours 72,000 Level 42 3 65,000 1,300,000
Level 6 2,400,000 18 hours 96,000 Level 48 75,000 1,900,000
Total 7,600,000 64 hours 304,000 -

Compatible Elements: Void

Light Habitat[edit | edit source]

"A bright and happy place to live."

Level Gold Cost Building/Upgrading Time Experience Reward Player Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 500,000 12 hours 20,000 Level 35 1 27,000 125,000
Level 2 750,000 4 hours 30,000 Level 39 2 32,000 312,500
Level 3 1,000,000 6 hours 40,000 Level 43 41,500 562,500
Level 4 1,700,000 10 hours 68,000 Level 49 51,000 987,500
Level 5 2,000,000 14 hours 80,000 Level 53 3 65,500 1,487,500
Level 6 2,600,000 18 hours 104,000 Level 60 75,000 2,137,500
Total 8,550,000 64 hours 342,000 -

Compatible Elements: Light

Shadow Habitat[edit | edit source]

"A habitat for dragons that dislike well-lit rooms."

Level Gold Cost Building/Upgrading Time Experience Reward Player Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 550,000 12 hours 22,000 Level 44 1 29,000 137,500
Level 2 800,000 4 hours 32,000 Level 47 2 33,500 337,500
Level 3 1,300,000 6 hours 52,000 Level 52 43,000 662,500
Level 4 1,900,000 10 hours 76,000 Level 55 52,000 1,137,500
Level 5 2,200,000 14 hours 88,000 Level 58 3 66,000 1,687,500
Level 6 2,800,000 18 hours 112,000 Level 62 75,000 2,387,500
Total 9,550,000 64 hours 382,000 -

Compatible Elements: Shadow

Legendary Habitat[edit | edit source]

Legendary Habitat.png

A special place that can house all dragons, including those of legend.

Gold Cost Building Time Experience Reward Player Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
600,000 6 hours 24,000 Level 5 2 30,000 150,000

Compatible Elements: Fire Wind Earth Water Plant Metal Energy Void Light Shadow Legendary

Divine Habitat[edit | edit source]

Divine Habitat.png

This Habitat is able to house Divine Dragons. You need to own Divine dragons to build more Divine Habitats.

Gold Cost Building Time Experience Reward Player Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
1,000,000 Instant 0 Level 5 2 50,000 250,000

Compatible Elements: Fire Wind Earth Water Plant Metal Energy Void Light Shadow Legendary Divine

Time Habitat[edit | edit source]

Time Habitat.png

The Time Habitat was exclusive to the iOS platform and could only be obtained by connecting the game to an Apple Watch. The app is no longer supported and the habitat is not currently available to purchase. It has the same function as that of a Legendary Habitat.

Gold Cost Building Time Experience Reward Player Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
None 6 hours 24,000 None 2 30,000 150,000

Compatible Elements: Fire Wind Earth Water Plant Metal Energy Void Light Shadow Legendary

Xmas Habitat[edit | edit source]

Xmas Habitat.png

The Xmas Habitat is a seasonal Habitat which was only available through an event. It has the same function as that of a Legendary Habitat.

Gold Cost Building Time Experience Reward Player Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
None 6 hours 24,000 None 2 30,000 150,000

Compatible Elements: Fire Wind Earth Water Plant Metal Energy Void Light Shadow Legendary

Boss Habitat[edit | edit source]

A big home for the BIG bosses.

The Boss Habitat can only house Boss Dragons and is the only Habitat that can house them.

Level Cost Building Time Experience Reward Player Level Needed Dragons Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 50 Gems Instant 0 Level 4 1 6,250
Level 2 150 Gems 1,660 2 27,000

Gold Capacity Comparison[edit | edit source]

Habitat Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6
Fire Habitat 500 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000
Wind Habitat 1,500 2,500 4,000 6,000 8,500 10,000
Earth Habitat 2,500 3,500 5,500 7,500 10,500 12,500
Water Habitat 5,000 6,500 9,000 11,500 15,000 17,500
Plant Habitat 7,500 9,500 13,000 16,500 21,500 25,000
Metal Habitat 10,000 12,500 17,500 22,500 30,000 35,000
Energy Habitat 15,000 18,500 25,500 32,500 43,000 50,000
Void Habitat 25,000 30,000 40,000 50,000 65,000 75,000
Light Habitat 27,000 32,000 41,500 51,000 65,500 75,000
Shadow Habitat 29,000 33,500 43,000 52,000 66,000 75,000
Legendary Habitat 30,000
Divine Habitat 50,000
Time Habitat 30,000
Xmas Habitat
Boss Habitat Boss Dragons do not produce Gold

Habitat Cost Comparison[edit | edit source]

Habitat Gold Cost Upgrade Lv. 2 Upgrade Lv. 3 Upgrade Lv. 4 Upgrade Lv. 5 Upgrade Lv. 6 Total Cost
Fire Habitat 100 2,000 8,000 18,000 40,000 120,000 188,100
Wind Habitat 500 4,000 10,000 24,000 60,000 140,000 238,500
Earth Habitat 1,000 10,000 18,000 34,000 80,000 180,000 323,000
Water Habitat 10,000 40,000 60,000 100,000 220,000 300,000 730,000
Plant Habitat 40,000 80,000 120,000 200,000 240,000 480,000 1,160,000
Metal Habitat 150,000 250,000 300,000 450,000 540,000 720,000 2,410,000
Energy Habitat 280,000 300,000 450,000 750,000 900,000 1,200,000 3,880,000
Void Habitat 400,000 600,000 900,000 1,500,000 1,800,000 2,400,000 7,600,000
Light Habitat 500,000 750,000 1,000,000 1,700,000 2,000,000 2,600,000 8,550,000
Shadow Habitat 550,000 800,000 1,300,000 1,900,000 2,200,000 2,800,000 9,550,000
Legendary Habitat 600,000 These Habitats can not be upgraded
Divine Habitat 1,000,000
Time Habitat Unbuyable
Xmas Habitat
Boss Habitat 50 Gems 150 Gems Can not be upgraded further than Level 2

Noteworthy Changes[edit | edit source]

  • Update 3.1 introduced the Divine Habitat.
  • Update 3.0 added the option to upgrade the Boss Habitat to Level 2. Starting with this update, all Boss Habitats are built instantly and no longer give experience for the first level. Additionally, whenever moving a Dragon to a Habitat, the Yellow-Bordered Gold Icon.png icon will not be displayed atop the Habitats.
  • Update 2.3 added the Enchantment level of a Dragon under its level as part of the Enchantment feature.
  • Update 1.9 added the amount of additional Gold a Dragon produces as a result of the bonus given by the player's Boss Dragons in parentheses next to its regular Gold per Hour production.
  • Update 1.8 introduced the Xmas Habitat. Additionally, starting with this update, Habitats can now be stored in the inventory.
  • Update 1.5 introduced the Light and Shadow Habitats and added the Information Button 2.png to all Habitats. Additionally, starting with this update, the number of Habitats allowed to be built is in accordance to the player's level (starting with Level 5) rather than with other factors.
  • Update 1.4 changed the Training Button (Old).png and the Feed Button (Old).png buttons with the current ones.
  • Update 1.2 introduced the Time Habitat.
  • Update 1.1 increased the costs to upgrade most Habitats from Level 5 to 6.

Gallery[edit | edit source]