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This is an article that lists most of the frequently asked questions in regard to the wiki itself. If you can not find an answer here, then use the Question & Answers section of the Forum or the support page to post your question, or even ask any of the active staff members.
- 1 Why do articles about updates not reflect the number of Dragons in the Codex?
- 2 Why do a lot of events use the same generic image?
- 3 Why are some Dragons displayed/not displayed as Limited-Time Dragons on the wiki?
- 4 Some information, such as percentages of success for some features, are shown on the wiki, but not in the game
Why do articles about updates not reflect the number of Dragons in the Codex?
Because Clan Dragons and Chronos are not included in the Codex while we include them in the total count of Dragons. Basically, Dragons that cannot be housed in Habitats are not included in the Dragon Codex.
Why do a lot of events use the same generic image?
For storage and administrative purposes, we decided it would be easier to just use repeating images instead of keeping them separate in cases where the images show the exact same prizes or requirements. In fact, we check each event to make sure they are accurate and reflect the prizes and requirements given to the highest-level brackets. The images act merely as a graphical representation of the event for esthetical purposes. That is why we also have custom banners for events that do not have their own banners in the game itself, such as The Great Dragon Race or the Clan Siege.
Why are some Dragons displayed/not displayed as Limited-Time Dragons on the wiki?
Most Dragons that are displayed in the game as being limited are also displayed as such on the wiki. But we consider to be limited all Dragons that are not available 24/7, regardless of the method.
Some information, such as percentages of success for some features, are shown on the wiki, but not in the game
That is correct and that information is 100% accurate. We maintain an active collaboration with Gameloft and we do not publish unverified/unconfirmed information before cross-checking it with them. Thus, the percentages of success, such as those of recipes or the effect of some skills, are verified before being added to the wiki.