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There are several ways to obtain Dragons. Theoretically, any Dragon can be made available as part of a limited or permanent [[Main Shop#Promotions|bundle]] in the [[Main Shop]], turning this method into the fastest one in the game.
 
There are several ways to obtain Dragons. Theoretically, any Dragon can be made available as part of a limited or permanent [[Main Shop#Promotions|bundle]] in the [[Main Shop]], turning this method into the fastest one in the game.
  
Aside from possible bundles or deals, the most common way to obtain Dragons is through breeding for them in the [[Breeding Den]], the only place where Dragons can mate with one another. They can also be bought from the various shops in the game, such as the [[Main Shop]] or [[Bottomless Dungeon#Dungeon Shop|Dungeon Shop]], using a specific {{ctg|In-Game Currency|currency}}. There are several {{ctg|Base Dragons}} in the game, each embodying a different {{ctg|Elements|Element}}, which can be purchased with [[Gold]] from the Main Shop when the {{chr}} reaches a [[Level-Up Rewards|certain level]]. These are the only ones that can be purchased in exchange for this currency.
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Aside from possible bundles or deals, the most common way to obtain Dragons is through breeding for them in the [[Breeding Den]], the only place where Dragons can mate with one another. They can also be bought from the various shops in the game, such as the [[Main Shop]] or [[Clockwork Dungeon#Dungeon Shop|Dungeon Shop]], using a specific {{ctg|In-Game Currency|currency}}. There are several {{ctg|Base Dragons}} in the game, each embodying a different {{ctg|Elements|Element}}, which can be purchased with [[Gold]] from the Main Shop when the {{chr}} reaches a [[Level-Up Rewards|certain level]]. These are the only ones that can be purchased in exchange for this currency.
  
Some Dragons in the game can only be bred or bought during a [[Breeding#Limited-Time Breeding|limited-time period]]. However, there are many other Dragons that are unbreedable. {{ctg|Clan Dragons}} and {{ctg|Boss Dragons}} are such Dragons, with the former being attainable only through [[Clans|Clan-related activities]] and the latter through purchasing in exchange for [[Gems]] after several conditions have been met. There are also Dragons that are won through competing in the various {{ctg|events}} that take place in the game, either against other Trainers or against the game itself, or as part of a Clan completing various [[Clans#Quests|quests]] or {{ctg|Clan Events|competing against other Clans}}. Other Dragons are earned through different {{ctg|battle}} settings, such as those in the [[Bottomless Dungeon]], [[Enchantment League]], [[Dragon League]] and [[Campaign Map]].
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Some Dragons in the game can only be bred or bought during a [[Breeding#Limited-Time Breeding|limited-time period]]. However, there are many other Dragons that are unbreedable. {{ctg|Clan Dragons}} and {{ctg|Boss Dragons}} are such Dragons, with the former being attainable only through [[Clans|Clan-related activities]] and the latter through purchasing in exchange for [[Gems]] after several conditions have been met. There are also Dragons that are won through competing in the various {{ctg|events}} that take place in the game, either against other Trainers or against the game itself, or as part of a Clan completing various [[Clans#Quests|quests]] or {{ctg|Clan Events|competing against other Clans}}. Other Dragons are earned through different {{ctg|battle}} settings, such as those in the [[Clockwork Dungeon]], [[Enchantment League]], [[Dragon League]] and [[Campaign Map]].
  
 
Once a Dragon egg is obtained, regardless of the method, it must then be incubated in the [[Hatchery]] until it is ready to hatch. The only Dragon that does not come from an egg is [[Chronos]], a Dragon that possesses no {{ctg|Elements}} or {{ctg|Types|rarity}} and is obtained through a [[Ruins|unique method]]. Eggs that that do not come from breeding will be found in the {{i|inventory|2}} under the [[File:Eggs Tab.png|22px|link=Inventory#Eggs]] tab and can be sent to be incubated from there. After hatching the Dragon, it will need to be placed in a fitting [[Habitats|Habitat]] or in the [[Dragon Vault]]. The [[Dragon Codex#Codex|Codex]] keeps track of all the Dragons in the {{chr}}'s possession, as well as in the entirety of [[Dragolandia]], except Clan Dragons and Chronos.
 
Once a Dragon egg is obtained, regardless of the method, it must then be incubated in the [[Hatchery]] until it is ready to hatch. The only Dragon that does not come from an egg is [[Chronos]], a Dragon that possesses no {{ctg|Elements}} or {{ctg|Types|rarity}} and is obtained through a [[Ruins|unique method]]. Eggs that that do not come from breeding will be found in the {{i|inventory|2}} under the [[File:Eggs Tab.png|22px|link=Inventory#Eggs]] tab and can be sent to be incubated from there. After hatching the Dragon, it will need to be placed in a fitting [[Habitats|Habitat]] or in the [[Dragon Vault]]. The [[Dragon Codex#Codex|Codex]] keeps track of all the Dragons in the {{chr}}'s possession, as well as in the entirety of [[Dragolandia]], except Clan Dragons and Chronos.

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