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Dragon Grid (24/04/12)

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Event Generic Banner.jpg
Move your Dragon avatar around the 3x3 grid, collect Tyrant Tickets and other rewards while trying to survive as long as possible.
Started 12 April 2024
Ended 19 April 2024
Duration 7 Days
Type Dragon Grid
Prize Tyrant Ticket (Green) Icon.png

The event took place during the The Mysterious Jungle Tyrant event series.

Dragon Grid Events are limited-time competitions in which the Trainer moves their Dragon avatar around the 3×3 grid, attempting to collect Tyrant Tickets and other rewards, while minimizing damaged received to survive as long as possible.

Dragon Avatar

A Dragon avatar, representing the Trainer, appears initially at the center of the game board to be moved where desired. The avatar is controlled by either tapping on, or swiping in, the desired direction. The avatar can also be replaced by the current week's Bottomless Dungeon Guaranteed Dragon, if that dragon is obtained (or re-obtained) during the event. Once obtained, the Dungeon dragon affects the Trainer's starting and maximum Power capacity.

Harmful Tiles

Dragon Grid (The Mysterious Jungle 3) Background.jpg

Harmful tiles are tiles that may reduce the Trainer's power, by the amount displayed at the top-right of the tile, when landed on:

  • Damage tiles (represented by other Dragons) – Reduce the current power number.
  • Trap tiles (represented by boards/saws) – Reduce the current power only if the trap is active when landed on. Trap tiles alternate between their active (saw up) or inactive (saw down) states as moves are made, and are only safe to land on (giving no damage) when inactive.

Beneficial Tiles

Image Tile Description
Food Icon.png Food Heals lost power in the amount displayed in their top-right corner, but cannot heal power over the Trainer's maximum amount.
Tyrant Ticket (Green) Icon.png Ticket Each level has a set number to find, and once all are found, the level ends. Ticket color changes depending on the chapter (1-4) of the event.
Dragon Grid Chest.png Chest Unlocked once the level is completed and gives bonus rewards.


Every chapter, the Trainer begins with one Shield Potion Icon.png Shield in inventory, the current inventory count appears at the right of the screen. When used, a Shield completely negates the damage received from one harmful tile. Additional shields can be won by opening chests, though their appearance in chests is rare. Shields can also be purchased for 15 Gems Icon.png Gems.


Each level contains a pool of harmful or beneficial tiles. As the Trainer progresses through the levels, the chances of the type of tile appearing in the grid changes. If a level is failed, it must be restarted using Energy, which regenerates over time. Completing a certain number of levels is also necessary to unlock the Dragons in the Event's Shop.

Energy (level attempts)

Energy (Green) Icon.png

Each weekly grid iteration has a starting Grid Energy capacity of 2. The cost to begin a level attempt is 1 Energy. The Energy count appears at the top-right, and automatically regenerates over time. As the level increases, the energy held increases up to a maximum cap. Higher capacity amounts are unlocked at grid level 10, 20, 50, 80, 120, 160, and 200.

Unlock Level Energy Pool Minutes per Energy
0 2 Energy (Green) Icon.png 30
10 4 Energy (Green) Icon.png
20 6 Energy (Green) Icon.png
50 8 Energy (Green) Icon.png
80 10 Energy (Green) Icon.png
120 12 Energy (Green) Icon.png
160 14 Energy (Green) Icon.png
200 16 Energy (Green) Icon.png


Tyrant Ticket (Green) Icon.png

A set number of Tickets are available in each Level, and must be found to progress to the next level. At the left of the interface, beside an image of the ticket for that level, appears a current ticket count. The count's first number represents the number of tickets already collected, separated by a slash from the total number of tickets to be collected.


Grid Content

Level Energy
Probabilities of appearance
Needed Available Enemies Traps Food Tickets Chest
1 1 1 1 1 45.45% 0.00% 45.45% 4.55% 4.55%
2 1 1 1 1 31.25% 31.25% 31.25% 3.13% 3.13%
3-5 1 1 3 5 22.73% 39.77% 28.41% 3.41% 5.68%
6 1 1 3 5 0.00% 69.44% 23.15% 2.78% 4.63%
7-9 1 1 3 5 22.73% 39.77% 28.41% 3.41% 5.68%
10 1 1 3 10 22.12% 44.25% 22.12% 2.65% 8.85%
11-13 1 1 3 5 22.73% 39.77% 28.41% 3.41% 5.68%
14 1 1 3 5 67.96% 0.00% 24.27% 2.91% 4.85%
15-17 1 1 3 5 22.73% 39.77% 28.41% 3.41% 5.68%
18 1 1 3 10 22.12% 44.25% 22.12% 2.65% 8.85%
19-21 1 1 3 5 22.73% 39.77% 28.41% 3.41% 5.68%
22 1 1 3 5 64.52% 0.00% 26.88% 3.23% 5.38%
23-25 1 1 3 5 22.73% 39.77% 28.41% 3.41% 5.68%
26 1 1 3 10 22.12% 44.25% 22.12% 2.65% 8.85%
Repeating Levels
1x 1 1 1-3 1-10 27.93% 36.74% 25.93% 3.11% 6.29%

Shop Dragons

Tyrant Altar (24.03.29) Promotion.jpg

Talismans are a form of currency that can be spent only in the Shop's Dragons section, in exchange for Dragon Pieces. Each Dragon's pieces can be obtained by pressing the Dragon Pieces Icon.png Get Pieces button on the snapshot of the desired Dragon.

The Dragon Pieces Icon.png Get Pieces button provides a place to "trade in" talismans for Dragon pieces, without the use of a physical altar.

Tyrant Shop,
Discount Chapter:
Dragon Cost Dragon Pieces Icon.png 1x Dragon Pieces Icon.png Cost Amount needed Chapter
Discount Cost
Chapter 1 (29 March - 5 April) Venom Vinea Dragon Icon.png Venom Vinea Dragon 500 Dragon Pieces Icon.png 4 Talisman Icon.png 2,000 Talisman Icon.png 1,000 Talisman Icon.png
Chapter 2 (5 - 12 April) Silicium Verde Dragon Icon.png Silicium Verde Dragon 500 Dragon Pieces Icon.png 4 Talisman Icon.png 2,000 Talisman Icon.png 1,000 Talisman Icon.png
Chapter 3 (12 - 19 April) Fatum Mycelleum Dragon Icon.png Fatum Mycelleum Dragon 500 Dragon Pieces Icon.png 4 Talisman Icon.png 2,000 Talisman Icon.png 1,000 Talisman Icon.png
Chapter 4 (19 - 26 April) Lignorum Dragon Icon.png Lignorum Dragon 500 Dragon Pieces Icon.png 4 Talisman Icon.png 2,000 Talisman Icon.png 1,000 Talisman Icon.png
Source Dragon Cost 1x Dragon Grid Chest.png Gives [1] Amount needed [2]
Dragon Grid Chest.png Grid Chest Niteo Cortex Dragon Icon.png Niteo Cortex Dragon 500 Dragon Pieces Icon.png 0-1 Dragon Pieces Icon.png[1] 500+ Dragon Pieces Icon.png[2]
  1. 1.0 1.1 In actuality, there is only a chance of getting one dragon piece when using one ticket, it is not guaranteed, as there are other potential items in the Chest Content prize pool.
  2. 2.0 2.1 As there is only a chance of getting one dragon piece when using one ticket, many more than 350 tickets are likely required to get the Dragon, the numbers provided are merely representational of an ideal scenario.

Grid Chest Content

Prize Amount Chance
Niteo Cortex Dragon.png
Niteo Cortex
1 Dragon Pieces Icon.png 32.04%
Tyrant Ticket (Green) Icon.png 1 5.19%
5 0.56%
Energy (Green) Icon.png 1 4.81%
Shield Potion Icon.png 1 0.93%
Gems Icon.png 1 1.30%
3 0.93%
5 0.19%
Extraordinary Materials - Tyrant.png 1 2.78%
Excellent Materials - Tyrant.png 2 4.63%
Good Materials - Tyrant.png 3 4.63%
Scrolls Icon.png 5 1.85%
Arena Energy Icon.png 1 3.70%
Portal Energy Icon.png 1 3.70%
Gold Icon.png 5,000*(Level Modifier) 11.67%
Food Icon.png 500*(Level Modifier) 18.15%
Dragon Fury Essence Icon.png 1 Bottle 2.78%
VIP Ticket Icon.png 1 Ticket 0.19%


Arya.png Hang on, Ned! I'll fish you out! But, um... try not to struggle too much -- I think we're trying to keep a low profile...!
Ned.png *splutter* C-Could it be because of the terrifying plant life along the riverbank...?
Paola Rodrigo.png M-M-Ms. Portia... what are those? In all our travels, I've never seen anything like them!
Portia Penanze.png This is just a hunch, but I'm willing to bet they have something to do with our silent friend behind that tree...
Fatum Mycelleum Dragon Icon.png ... ... ... Grrmmm... ... ...
Ned.png If that's a "friend," I do NOT want to know what your enemies look like!
Portia Penanze.png Heh. No dragon is my enemy. Not even if it-- URGH!
Paola Rodrigo.png NO! M-Ms. Portia! The plant bit her! I KNEW we should have been more careful -- we have no idea how it behaves, or what kind of--
Portia Penanze.png W-What kind of poison do these plants secrete? *huff* It's SOMETHING all right... I'm not gonna be able to move for much longer...
Arya.png P-Portia!!! What should we do? Grr... I'll cut those plants down before they harm anyone else!
Portia Penanze.png No! We must NOT hurt what we don't understand... The water here looks pure. *huff* Dip me in, and take me to that temple downstream... ugh... quickly...

Read the full story on the Event Dialogues page.

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