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The "Boss" rank has to be earned; no one can breed a Boss Dragon. Although they won't participate in battles, feel free to let them walk around your islands and help other dragons PRODUCE GOLD 10% FASTER.
Obtaining[edit | edit source]
Boss Dragons are special Dragons that can be bought from the store, once unlocked, in exchange for Gems. These Dragons can not breed or be bred.
The Boss Quest is indicated on the Campaign Map with a large red button that has a white skull symbol, as well as the Boss Dragon that must be defeated sitting atop it. The Boss Dragon must be battled and defeated. Once the Boss has been defeated in Normal Mode, it will immediately become available for purchase and a window will appear informing the Trainer, giving them the option to immediately head to the Main Shop, and, for a short amount of time, the cost will be 50% percent off. The special offer can not be obtained again for the same Dragon if they are fought once again and the Trainer emerges victorious from the battle. Once the first-time battle is won, the Trainer will have the option to press the button in order to purchase the Dragon, or to resume battling on the map through the button.
Identical Boss Dragons can be bought multiple times only if they are offered in a bundle, sale or promotion. Otherwise, each of them can be bought only once.
Housing[edit | edit source]
These Dragons can only be placed in a Boss Habitat or the Eternal Fruit Tree. The Boss Habitat costs 50 Gems and will hold only one of the Bosses, but can be upgraded to Level 2, in exchange for 150 Gems, and will hold two Bosses. Only one Eternal Fruit Tree can be owned at the same time. This Habitat can be leveled up to Level 12, but can hold only two Bosses, regardless of its level.
Aspect[edit | edit source]
These Dragons are based upon regular Dragons, the difference being that they have a much larger size; most of them also have a golden chest plate with an aqua centerpiece equipped, or/and side plates with the same design, or/and carrying golden gauntlets. They have no baby form, however their eggs are the same as their standard counterparts. Additionally, Boss Dragons do not have given names, thus they can not be renamed.
Temporary Boss Dragons[edit | edit source]
While there are only 28 true Boss Dragons in the game, some Dragons can be temporarily turned into Bosses when encountered in limited battles, such as those found in Castle Events and Relay Events. These Boss-like Dragons follow the same principles as normal Boss Dragons, but without having the distinctive golden plates and only bearing their species name.
Stats[edit | edit source]
With very few exceptions, all Boss Dragons have their stats enhanced by four times of that of their regular counterpart. These exceptions are Atlas and Mr. Popsicle who have their own custom Base Attack.
Powers[edit | edit source]
Each Boss Dragon bought determines all regular Dragons to produce their Gold an additional 10% faster per Boss Dragon. The amount of additional Gold a Dragon will produce per hour as a result of this bonus will be shown in parentheses next to their regular Gold production displayed when inspecting a Dragon inside its Habitat. Boss Dragons do not produce Gold or participate in any battle, and can not be leveled. Only enemy Boss Dragons, controlled by the game, can participate in battles and can have levels higher than 1.
Overview[edit | edit source]
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Pages in category "Boss Dragons"
The following 28 pages are in this category, out of 28 total.