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Player Profile

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The Player Profile is accessed by pressing the player icon/avatar in the upper-left corner of the main screen. It displays information about each Trainer and every Player (referred to as the Trainer) and every Trainer has one. The number beside the icon indicates Player Level.

Own Profile[edit]

When the Trainer views their own Player Profile, it displays:

  • Trainer's avatar (either the in-game one or the Facebook profile picture). It can be changed by tapping it, then selecting either the no avatar option or one of the currently-available Dragons. These are the Trainer's top 10 Dragons. If the no avatar option is chosen and the Trainer is connected to Facebook, the profile picture from the network will be displayed instead.
  • Name or nickname. The nickname can be changed by tapping the Change Nickname Icon.png icon and then entering the new desired name. A random name can also be generated through the Random Name option. Confirming the desired nickname is done through the   Done   button or the Done   5 Gems Icon.png button. Choosing a nickname for the first time is free while any subsequent change of the nickname will cost 5 Gems.
  • VIP Level VIP Status Icon.png only if it is currently active.
  • Trainer Level represented by the Experience Icon.png icon with the level inside it and the blue progress bar which indicates roughly the experience currently accumulated and the one needed for leveling up. Pressing the ? button next to the bar will bring up a detailed window of the exact current and necessary experience, the features unlocked by each level (if applicable), and the limit of Habitats for each level.
  • Amount of unique species of Dragons separated with a slash by the total amount of unique species of Dragons in the game.
  • DCL points; tapping it will bring up a brief explanation of how it is calculated.
  • Currently-selected badge, if any. Tapping it will bring up the collection of badges with the options to unequip or equip a badge.
  • Current league in the Dragon League and Enchantment League as well as the highest league in which the Trainer has ever been in these two.
  • Clan whose member the Trainer is, the Clans' Coat of Arms and current Clan League, and the Trainer's current rank represented by both an icon and its name. Tapping this area will display that Clan's interface from the perspective of its members. If the Trainer is not a part of any Clan, the Clans Icon.png   Join   will be available and pressing it will bring up the window for choosing Clans to join. If the Trainer is not yet eligible to join a Clan, the necessary level to join a Clan, namely Level 25, will be indicated instead.
  • Top Dragon in the roster. The information displayed for the Dragon is its image, level, given name between its image and level, Enchantment Stars, rarity, and Elements. If an Element is skilled, the level of the skill will be indicated in the corner of the respective Element. If the Element is unawoken, it will be grayed out and marked with the Red Lock Icon.png if it is also locked. Additionally, in the right of the Dragon, the i option can be used to bring up the specific Codex Entry of the Dragon.

Other Profiles[edit]

Viewing the Player Profile of other Trainer's can be done through any leaderboard in the game, usually by first visiting that Trainer's island and then pressing the Check Profile button, or through the Friends interface by first tapping the ••• button and then the Check Profile button.

The Player Profile of a stranger Trainer can only be seen if the target Trainer's privacy settings are set to default, and that of a friend or clanmate Trainer can be seen if their privacy settings are set to hidden. No Trainer, whatsoever, can check another Trainer's profile if the privacy settings are set to private.

When the Trainer views another Player Profile, this will display almost the same information as viewing their own profile, the differences being:

  • If the two Trainers are not in-game friends, the Add Friend button under the avatar can be pressed to send a friend request.
  • The VIP status is displayed if active, but the level is only displayed if the Trainer chose to display it.
  • The time when the Trainer was last online in the game can be seen if the two Trainers are in-game friends.
  • Tapping the Clan area, while not being a member of that Clan, will display that Clan's interface from the perspective of an outsider.
  • If the checked Trainer has a badge on display, tapping it will display their entire collection.
  • Checking the Trainer's top Dragon will display its specific Codex Entry while the information under the stats is related to the viewing Trainer's own Dragons. Thus, the information will indicate whether the viewing Trainer has or not this species of Dragons. Additionally, if the respective Dragon is obtainable through Dragon Pieces, the counter under its image will actually display the number of pieces the viewing Trainer has obtained towards their own Dragon.