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Dragon Training

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Viking Doll (Summer) Icon.png

Training is the act of engaging a Dragon in target practice to temporarily increase its Health Icon.png Health and Attack Icon.png Attack. Only Dragons that are Level 4 or higher can be trained.

Let's choose one of our dragons to train as a champion for battle, so we can really strike fear into the hearts of those Vikings!


Dragon Training.jpg

Training is done by visiting a Dragon in its Habitat Icon.png Habitat, pressing the Training Gold Icon.png button. If no VIP Status Icon.png VIP Status is active, regular training begins immediately thereafter following a three-second countdown, with dolls thrown into the air. If VIP Status is active, two options first appear, Regular Training Gold Icon.png or Auto-Training Gold Icon.png (see Auto-Training below).

An attack is performed by swiping at the target, and a glowing ball of light is fired at it. The goal is to attack and defeat all Viking Dolls only, and obtain a perfect training session. While attacking the Viking Dolls, randomly thrown Maiden Dolls must be avoided, as any Maiden Doll hit is counted as a 'miss'.

Image Item - Viking Doll.png Item - Princess Doll.png
Type Viking Doll Maiden Doll

Note: Viking or Princess dolls may vary in appearance, or even wear disguises, such as exchanging shields, helmets, weapons, or even beards!


Trained Dragon Snapshot.png

A single miss is still considered a success, though additional misses constitute a failure. A Trainer's Dragon obtains Champion status by practicing firing attacks on the Viking Dolls successfully, without missing or hitting a Maiden Doll.

When training is completed successfully, a spherical glow radiates from around the Dragon's head when viewed inside its habitat. The spherical glow also appears to the Trainer on the Dragon's Codex Snapshot, or when engaging in Battle in the Campaign Map, Dragon League, or Bottomless Dungeon, though it does not appear to other players.


Successful training provides Health Icon.png Health and Attack Icon.png Attack boosts, depending on the training performance:

Performance Boost Provided
0 Misses +20% Health and Attack (equivalent of one level)
1 Miss +10% Health and Attack
2 Misses Training ends early, no boost


Dragon Training Power.png
Training Icon.png

There can only be one Champion at a time and the stat enhancement has a duration of 2 hours, provided the training is successful. Should another Dragon be trained in that period, it replaces the former Champion. When opposing Trainers encounter the Trainer's Dragon in real time in the Dragon League Icon.png Dragon League, the Dragon does not possess Champion status. Training is also not in effect when Dragons are hired by friends.

Cost and Difficulty

Training cost depends on Dragon Level and training difficulty also increases, in terms of the number of Viking and Maiden dolls that appear.

Dragon Level Cost Vikings Maidens
4-5 Gold Icon.png 200 4 1
6-7 7 2
8-9 8 2
10-11 Gold Icon.png 1,000 9 2
12-13 10 2
14-17 12 3
18-19 12 4
20-23 Gold Icon.png 20,000 12 4
24-27 14 5
28-29 15 6
30-31 Gold Icon.png 100,000 15 6
32-37 16 6
38-39 18 6
40-41 Gold Icon.png 500,000 18 6
42-43 18 7
44-49 20 7
50+ 22 8



Trainers with an active VIP Status Icon.png VIP Status of VIP Level 3 or higher can auto-train their Dragons and see the option on the training interface. Auto-Training is instant training without the possibility of misses, as it guarantees a 100% success rate for the training session. Auto-training is done by visiting a Dragon in its Habitat Icon.png Habitat, pressing the Training button, and then pressing the VIP Dragons Icon.png Auto-Training Gold Icon.png button. It has the same cost as regular training.



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