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Cards

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Cards are visual representations of prizes awarded, that appear on prize screens. Their general appearance often indicates the type of prize given.

Card Backs

Cards are always initially presented face down. Card backs are divided into a few types depending on appearance and what they give, which includes Dragon Pieces Icon.png Dragon Pieces, Enchantment Materials Icon.png Enchantment Materials, Sigils Icon.png Sigils, and general chest prizes.

Card Types

Dragon Cards

Card-Segment Dragon Icon.png

Dragon cards, whether obtained through various Card Packs or won in Events, always give only Dragon Pieces Icon.png Dragon Pieces. The Dragon cards given are first presented face down, their card back images and colors represent the Dragon's type or Rarity Icon.png Rarity. The cards are then flipped over to reveal the piece quantity and species given.

Rarity Image
Common Card Back.png Common (classification) Icon.png Common
Uncommon Card Back.png Uncommon (classification) Icon.png Uncommon
Rare Card Back.png Rare (classification) Icon.png Rare
Epic Card Back.png Epic (classification) Icon.png Epic
Legendary Card Back.png Legendary (classification) Icon.png Legendary
None [1] Primal (classification) Icon.png Primal
Divine Card Back.png Divine (classification) Icon.png Divine
Ancient Card Back.png Ancient (classification) Icon.png Ancient
None [2] Tyrant (classification) Icon.png Tyrant
  1. No Primal card exists, as Amulets are used to directly trade for Dragon Pieces in Treasure Hunt Events.
  2. No Tyrant card exists, as Talismans are used to directly trade for Dragon Pieces in Dragon Grid Events.

Clan Dragon Cards

Grand Prize Card Packs Grand Prize Card Packs Icon.png give Clan Dragon cards that flip over to reveal the number and type of Clan Dragon-specific Dragon Pieces Icon.png Dragon Pieces awarded. Each card back is associated with a Clan Dragon Rarity Icon.png Rarity, and has particular drop rate odds.

Card Rarity Dragon Odds of 1 Dragon Pieces Icon.png
League 1 - 3 League 4 League 5
Rare Clan Card Back.png Rare (classification) Icon.png Ruptia Icon.png Ruptia 20.00% 16.67% 14.29%
Striker Icon.png Striker
Epic Clan Card Back.png Epic (classification) Icon.png Gravelis Icon.png Gravelis
Amoura Icon.png Amoura
Legendary Clan Card Back.png Legendary (classification) Icon.png Brimstone Icon.png Brimstone
Kutter Icon.png Kutter n/a
Boone Icon.png Boone n/a
Divine Clan Card Back.png [1] Divine (classification) Icon.png Feather Icon.png Feather
  1. Feather awards Dragon Pieces directly, causing confusion and requiring careful watching for pieces missed. These cards are representative from video taken by compensated players.

Enchantment Cards

Card backs somewhat indicate the Rarity Icon.png Rarity of the Enchantment Materials Icon.png Enchantment Materials they provide, but flip over to reveal quantities and full details. Only some Special Elements give one card regardless of chest type, having a 40% chance of appearing, a quality of average in Gift Chests Icon.png Gift Chests, and average or better in Rare Chests Icon.png Rare Chests or Epic Chests Icon.png Epic Chests.

Card Material Types
Materials Card Back.png Fire (Element) Icon.png Fire Wind (Element) Icon.png Wind Water (Element) Icon.png Water
Earth (Element) Icon.png Earth Plant (Element) Icon.png Plant Metal (Element) Icon.png Metal
Energy (Element) Icon.png Energy Void (Element) Icon.png Void Light (Element) Icon.png Light
Shadow (Element) Icon.png Shadow Legendary (Element) Icon.png Legendary
Special Materials
Primal Materials Card Back.png Primal (Element) Icon.png Primal
Divine Materials Card Back.png Divine (Element) Icon.png Divine
Ancient Materials Card Back.png Ancient (Element) Icon.png Ancient
Tyrant Materials Card Back.png Tyrant (Element) Icon.png Tyrant

Sigil Cards

When a Basic Sigil Chest Icon.png Basic Sigil Chest or Premium Sigil Chest Icon.png Premium Sigil Chest is opened, it gives Sigil cards for Sigils Icon.png Sigils. Sigil Card backs reveal Sigil Rarities Icon.png Rarities, which then flip over to reveal the Sigil types given.

Card Rarity
Common Sigil Card Back.png Common (classification) Icon.png Common
Uncommon Sigil Card Back.png Uncommon (classification) Icon.png Uncommon
Rare Sigil Card Back.png Rare (classification) Icon.png Rare
Epic Sigil Card Back.png Epic (classification) Icon.png Epic[1]
Legendary Sigil Card Back.png Legendary (classification) Icon.png Legendary[1]
  1. 1.0 1.1 Epic and Legendary card backs are merely representative, as cards of these rarities are not currently awarded in-game.

Chest Cards

Chest Card Back.png

Chest cards represent other types of prizes, which may include (but is not limited to) Food Icon.png Food, Gold Icon.png Gold, Relics Icon.png Relics, VIP Tickets Icon.png VIP Tickets, Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png Enchanted Trinkets, Sigil Trinkets Icon.png, Event Currency, Silver Horns Icon.png Silver Horns, and Talismans Icon.png Talismans.

Discontinued Cards

Potion Cards

Potion cards awarded Potions in the (now discontinued) Enchantment League.

Potion Cards
Card Rarity
Common Potion Card Back.png Common (classification) Icon.png Common
Uncommon Potion Card Back.png Uncommon (classification) Icon.png Uncommon
Rare Potion Card Back.png Rare (classification) Icon.png Rare
Epic Potion Card Back.png Epic (classification) Icon.png Epic
Legendary Potion Card Back.png Legendary (classification) Icon.png Legendary

See Also

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