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Dragons represent the primary feature of Dragon Mania Legends and are the very foundation of the game. These inhabit the world of Dragolandia, along with many other human characters, and can be found working alongside or against the player. There are hundreds of species of Dragons in the game, each species having a unique appearance. Almost all Dragons are able to breed with one another to produce more Dragons, battle against other Dragons, or even produce Gold.

Dragons hatch from eggs and then transition from their baby stage to their adult stage upon being fed. Feeding is the only way to strengthen and grow a Dragon. Dragons do not age past their adult form, only increase up to a maximum level through feeding, thus Dragons are immortal. At Level 4, the young Dragon assumes its adult form and can then breed, train, improve its skills at the Dragon Academy and participate in various battles in the game.

The only way for players to get rid of their own Dragons is to sell them. Chronos and Clan Dragons are the only unsellable Dragons in the game.


There are several ways to obtain Dragons. The most common way is to breed them in the Breeding Den, the only place where they can be bred. They can also be bought from the various shops in the game, such as the Main Shop or Dungeon Shop, using a specific currency. There are several Base Dragons in the game, each embodying a different Element, which can be purchased with Gold from the Main Shop when the user reaches a 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 limited-time period. However, there are many other Dragons that are unbreedable. Clan Dragons and Boss Dragons are such Dragons, with the former being attainable only through Clan-related activities and the latter by purchasing in exchange for Gems after several conditions have been met or, in some rare cases, through limited bundles or promotions. There are also Dragons that are won through competing in the various events that take place in the game, either against other players or against the game itself, or as part of a Clan completing various quests or competing against other Clans. Other Dragons are earned through different battle settings, such as those in the Clockwork Dungeon, Enchantment League, Dragon League and Heroic Mode.

Once a Dragon egg is obtained, regardless of the method, it must then be incubated in the Hatchery until hatched. The only Dragon that does not come from an egg is Chronos, a Dragon that possesses no Elements or rarity and is obtained through a unique method. Eggs that that do not come from breeding will be found in the Template:Icon under the Eggs Tab.png tab and can be sent to be incubated from there. After hatching the Dragon, it will need to be placed in a fitting Habitat. The Book of Dragons comprises all the Dragons in the game, except Clan Dragons and Chronos.

With the exception of Chronos and Clan Dragons, players can have more than one of the same species of Dragons. The player can also not come into the possession of more than one of the same species of a Boss Dragon, unless that Dragon is made available for purchasing in a bundle, promotion or sale.

Most Dragons that are acquired through a method other than buying or breeding are not usually available to be bought as duplicates until they are obtained and hatched by the player and then subsequently placed in a Habitat on any of the player's islands. Normally-Breedable Dragons and Dungeon Dragons, VIP Dragons (as long as the player has the necessary VIP level), Boss Dragons (as long as they are beaten at least once in Normal Mode), Dragons that are currently time-limited breedable, and Dragons that are currently part of a promotion or bundle in the Main Shop can always be purchased without prior presence on the islands. However, the first three category of Dragons must first be unlocked as the player progresses through the game.

Dragons that can be purchased as duplicates will usually be buyable in exchange for Gems. Base Dragons are always purchasable in exchange for Gold while Dungeon Dragons are always purchasable in exchange for Dungeon Tokens. There is no limit to how many Dragons of the same species a player can obtain through breeding, as long as that particular Dragon is currently breedable. Additionally, Card Dragons (a type of Dragons that are obtained only in exchange for matching Dragon Pieces) can be obtained as duplicates since there is no limit to how many matching Pieces a player can have for any of those Dragons.

Dragons obtained through Enchanted Breeding are unbuyable, even if they are present on the player's islands. With very few exceptions, Divine Dragons are also unbuyable. Lastly, Chronos is unbuyable, as well, and can only be obtained once by finding various shards of Chronosian Seals while exploring ruins.

Since, for some Dragons, their presence on the islands is necessary to purchase duplicates of them, those obtained through a method other than buying or breeding will most likely never be obtainable again if they are sold.


See Stats for more information

Almost all Dragons in the game possess certain characteristics known as Elements and rarity. These characteristics determine their breeding and hatching time, as well as battle and Gold-producing attributes known as stats. There are three different stats for Dragons who possess them; Health, Attack and Gold per Hour. Stats increase whenever the Dragon increases in level. Clan Dragons and Chronos have no stats, while Boss Dragons possess only the first two stats.


All Dragons in the game, in addition to their species name or simply their name, have given names. Only Chronos, Clan Dragons, and Boss Dragons have no given names. These given names are randomly assigned to Dragons upon being hatched, but the player can choose to rename their Dragon through that specific Dragon's Codex Entry and give them another name that is limited to six characters.
The randomly-assigned given names are as follows:

  • Adel
  • Alex
  • Amuk
  • Andr
  • Arbo
  • Arch
  • Arti
  • Aruk
  • Atil
  • Azer
  • Azur
  • Bala
  • Bale
  • Bela
  • Benc
  • Bern
  • Bogi
  • Boti
  • Char
  • Cica
  • Claw
  • Clay
  • Clif
  • Cour
  • Crys
  • Csil
  • Cubi
  • Dada
  • Dako
  • Dani
  • Dave
  • Daxy
  • Deak
  • Dean
  • Dear
  • Demy
  • Dena
  • Dere
  • Derr
  • Deur
  • Diam
  • Diem
  • Doma
  • Dona
  • Drac
  • Dreg
  • Drio
  • Duba
  • Ebon
  • Eddu
  • Ekel
  • Elen
  • Elmo
  • Emek
  • Emte
  • Eque
  • Erhm
  • Erik
  • Erpp
  • Esso
  • Esth
  • Eyok
  • Famo
  • Faro
  • Fear
  • Feel
  • Fenr
  • Fiko
  • Fior
  • Flap
  • Floz
  • Fold
  • Frag
  • Gabo
  • Gadu
  • Gava
  • Gelb
  • Gemm
  • Geri
  • Ghis
  • Gibo
  • Glan
  • Hama
  • Hana
  • Haro
  • Heka
  • Here
  • Hodi
  • Hopi
  • Hopp
  • Hrah
  • Hren
  • Huma
  • Huon
  • Igor
  • Ilan
  • Imea
  • Imre
  • Iryn
  • Ivor
  • Jama
  • Jaxx
  • Joco
  • Joke
  • Jorm
  • Juli
  • Julo
  • Kala
  • Kale
  • Kamo
  • Kepo
  • Kobo
  • Kojt
  • Koln
  • Korm
  • Lakk
  • Lanz
  • Lath
  • Lava
  • Leon
  • Less
  • Lipa
  • Loga
  • Loro
  • Lotr
  • Lott
  • Lova
  • Lump
  • Maci
  • Maly
  • Marc
  • Mari
  • Mart
  • Mate
  • Mede
  • Megs
  • Meli
  • Meno
  • Mera
  • Mert
  • Meta
  • Mile
  • Mizo
  • Mleh
  • Moak
  • Mold
  • Mona
  • Naor
  • Nelt
  • Nial
  • Nimr
  • Nito
  • Nost
  • Nozd
  • Nuki
  • Nyak
  • Odyn
  • Ogan
  • Olmi
  • Olom
  • Onte
  • Onyx
  • Orpa
  • Osth
  • Otor
  • Paff
  • Pali
  • Pamo
  • Paol
  • Papp
  • Para
  • Pass
  • Pati
  • Peog
  • Pepp
  • Peti
  • Pikk
  • Pipp
  • Pixe
  • Polt
  • Poth
  • Preh
  • Prui
  • Punn
  • Pyth
  • Quez
  • Quor
  • Raid
  • Raig
  • Rake
  • Rapp
  • Rast
  • Razv
  • Rell
  • Remy
  • Rhae
  • Rolt
  • Romo
  • Ruby
  • Sali
  • Sany
  • Saol
  • Sapp
  • Sash
  • Seir
  • Seth
  • Simi
  • Siva
  • Sivo
  • Smau
  • Snap
  • Soar
  • Soar
  • Soil
  • Spur
  • Suna
  • Sunf
  • Susu
  • Synn
  • Szab
  • Taki
  • Tear
  • Teke
  • Texe
  • Tiam
  • Timi
  • Tini
  • Tolo
  • Topa
  • Troz
  • Typh
  • Ubun
  • Umpa
  • Uppa
  • Vala
  • Valr
  • Verm
  • Vhag
  • Vise
  • Voxe
  • Vukk
  • Wama
  • Wixe
  • Yser
  • Zmey
  • Zoli
  • Zoma
  • Zsol

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