Screaming Eagles (18/07/05)
|4-7||3 x Five-Card Pack|
|8-10||1 x Five-Card Pack|
|Reward||1,130,000||25||1 Habitat Limit Extender||Pilgrim Dragon||Patriot Dragon|
In this event, players collect by performing various actions in order to receive different items from three tubes ( ). These items can be given to any of the four Dragons that appear on the screen as long as they match those that the particular Dragon wants. In order to fulfil a Dragon's happiness, thus, earn a point, the player must deliver the exact three items it asks for. Once a Dragon has received all the requested items, a new Dragon will appear. If the player does not have matching items for any of the Dragons, they can choose to trash all of them by selecting the button, an action that is free of charge, but will empty the tubes. Alternatively, the player can opt to swap any of the current Dragons with another through the button hoping for a more convenient set of requested items. Refreshing is free, but will take 60 minutes unless the player chooses to speed it up with Gems. Each tube holds up to three items and can be refilled by pressing the button in exchange for Dorbs once they have been emptied. Only the items on the bottom part of the machine can be given to a Dragon, however, the items that will come after them are visible, allowing the player to plan ahead and strategize their delivery.
Giving items to Dragons earns points. These points add to the player's score. The players are randomly placed in a group of 100 where the top player will receive the main prize of the event and the rest will receive various rewards depending on their scores. A minimum score of 100 is needed to qualify for the grand prize, namely the leaderboard prize.
There are six different actions that can earn Dorbs. Each action can only give a maximum of 300 once every 6 hours for a total maximum of 1800 per cycle. Dorbs are earned through collecting Gold (only when the Gold icon appears atop the Habitat), harvesting Food from the Farms, breeding Dragons, feeding Dragons, winning battles and catching Flying Creatures; more information on how to fulfil each task can be seen by pressing the button.
Dorbs obtained from Food Collecting tasks are awarded upon collection of Food, not planting; whereas those acquired from Breeding tasks are awarded upon selecting the button on the Breeding Den, not upon moving an egg to the Hatchery.
|# of Actions required to obtain Maximum per Cycle|
|Collect Gold||Feed Dragons||Win Battles||Catch Creatures|
|Duration||Food||per Farm||per 12 Farms||Maximum per cycle|
- These values are calculated based on perfect cycles, assuming that there is no loss of time in between re-planting Food. However, one must take into account that collecting and planting Food does consume a certain amount of time, which depends on the player's speed, therefore, the amounts will vary (lower than shown).
Recommended Offspring indicates those Normally-Breedable Dragons with guaranteed combinations as well as Base Dragons that share the specified breeding time. It is suggested to breed these to obtain because there is at least one combination that will result only in the desired outcome, avoiding unwanted offspring with breeding times different than the one looked after.
Other Dragons include all Normally-Breedable Dragons that share the specified breeding time with the exception of Dragons with guaranteed combinations and Base Dragons. Dragons with breeding times over 18 hours non-VIP are not shown, as obtaining them will award the maximum of 300 within the highest level. They take longer to breed, but yield the same amount of as shorter options, making them a less efficient alternative.