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Habitats

From Dragon Mania Legends (DML) Wiki

Habitats Tab.png
Provide physical locations to house Dragons who perform Battle and accumulate Gold.

Cost: Various
Requirements: Various
Upgradable: Most
Can go in Inventory: No

A Habitat is a place where the vast majority of Dragons live and where most of them accumulate Gold. Habitats are required to house and place Dragons on Islands.

Obtaining[edit source | VE]

Habitats can be purchased by going to the Main Shop and accessing the Habitats Tab.png Habitats tab. Most Habitats are bought with Gold, though Boss Habitats and the Eternal Fruit Tree must be bought with Gems. Habitats available for purchase appear sorted by type and display their individual cost. Occasionally, Habitats are awarded as prizes in some times of Events.

Appearance[edit source | VE]

Each type of Habitat has a unique appearance, the design and color scheme is based on the most prominent Element or types of Dragons they can house. Most Habitats change appearance when upgraded; regular Habitats change appearance with every level until Level 6, then receive the mark that represents its Element.

From time to time, a Yellow-Bordered Gem Ad Icon.png icon appears above a random Habitat, giving the option to watch an advertisement video in exchange for 1 Gem if tapped.

Selecting a habitat (except Boss Habitats) and then the Information Button 2.png button provides a description, Gold capacity, and the number of Dragons a habitat can hold. In the case of the Eternal Fruit Tree, this option provides information about the Food/hour and maximum Food capacity applicable to the respective level, as well as the Player Level required to upgrade this Habitat to that level.

Size[edit source | VE]

The size of regular Habitats is 5x5 squares until they reach Level 5, after which they become 6x6 squares. Habitats that can house Divine or Ancient Dragons cannot be upgraded, their size is always 6x6 squares, while Boss Habitats are always 6x6 squares regardless of level. The size of Legendary Habitats, Special Habitats and the Eternal Fruit Tree are always 6x6 squares, and their appearance stays when upgraded.

Signposts[edit source | VE]

Various signs, indicated on a signpost Habitat Signpost.png, show the status of Dragons residing in the Habitat:

  • Signpost - Exploring.png – indicates a Dragon is exploring a Ruin.
  • Signpost - Babifying.png – indicates a Dragon is in the Fountain of Youth.
  • Signpost - Breeding.png – indicates a Dragon is in the Breeding Den.
  • Signpost - Dragon Academy.png – indicates a Dragon is in the Dragon Academy.
  • Signpost - Upgrade.png – indicates there is an available upgrade for the Habitat.

Resources[edit source | VE]

Accumulation

With the exception of Boss Habitats and the Eternal Fruit Tree, all Habitats accumulate Gold generated by the Dragons housed in them, while the Eternal Fruit Tree has the ability to generate Food on its own. All Habitats have resource holding limits. Temporarily displaced Dragons will produce no Gold.

A Yellow-Bordered Gold Icon.png icon appears above Habitats when they have accumulated 30% of their maximum capacity, while the Green-Bordered Gold Icon.png appears at 100% of their maximum capacity. The total amount of Gold generated by all Habitats can be collected at once if the Gold Vault is owned.

Collecting Resources

Gold and Food is collected by selecting the Habitat, and tapping either the Collect Gold Button.png collect gold or Collect Food Button.png collect food buttons. Amount collected are shown above Habitats. If VIP Status is active, the additional amount of Gold given also appears.

Moving[edit source | VE]

As long as they are not under construction, Habitats (which are movable objects in the game) can be moved to a different location.

A single object is moved by pressing and holding it until move options activate, indicated by X Edit Mode Icon.png Check Mark Icon.png buttons below it and colored move arrows on each side. Green move arrows indicate sufficient placeable space, grey arrows indicate not enough. Moved the object by dragging, tapping the move arrows, or tapping the destination, then pressing Check Mark Icon.png. A moved is cancelled by pressing X.

To move multiple objects at once, with move options activated as above, press Edit Mode Icon.png. Once enabled, moving and/or swapping instructions appear:

  • Select one or more objects to move them at the same time.
  • Swap two objects by selecting them and tapping Swap Icon.png.
  • Store multiple objects in inventory by selecting them and tapping Inventory Icon.png (eligible buildings/objects only).

Dragging or tapping does not move objects in Edit Mode, the initial state is selection-only; instead, tapping the Move (Green) Icon.png button enables dragging or tapping, the base of all objects turn green or grey indicating if there's enough placeable space to move the items to as a unit.

Added Edit Mode Notes
  • Selected objects are moved exactly parallel to their former positions, any chosen destination must have the corresponding spaces freed and placeable for a successful move.
  • If all selected items are eligible to moved into inventory, the Inventory Icon.png Inventory button appears below the last item selected, pressing it moves these into inventory; the button does not appear if any item is ineligible for inventory.
  • Objects cannot be selected from different islands at the same time.

Selling & Storing[edit source | VE]

If not empty or idle, a Habitat can't be sold or stored without moving all the Dragons from it into a different Habitat or in the Dragon Vault. (including Dragons exploring ruins, breeding, in the Fountain of Youth, having Elements awoken, or at the Dragon Academy). If empty, an idle Habitat can be:

  • sold by selecting it, then pressing the Sell Button.png button.
  • stored in inventory Inventory Icon.png by selecting it, pressing the Inventory Button.png button, and then confirming the choice.

The selling value of a Habitat is 25% of the total amount of Gold invested in it (e.g., a Level 1 Earth Habitat costs 1,000 Gold to build, so it sells for 250 Gold, whereas a Level 3 Earth Habitat requires a total of 29,000 Gold building and leveling, so sells for 7,250 Gold). Resources, other than Gold (such as Gems), invested in Habitats are returned when sold.

Habitat Types & Housing[edit source | VE]

There are various types of Habitats for housing Dragons. Chronos and Clan Dragons are the only Dragons not housed in Habitats. Legendary Habitats and all Habitats based thereon (Special Habitats) can hold up to three Dragons and can house any type of Dragon, except those with the Divine Element or/and Ancient Element. Boss Habitats and the Eternal Fruit Tree can only house Boss Dragons; the only Habitats they can be placed in.

Divine and Ancient Habitats can house the same types of Dragons as Legendary Dragons can, but they can also house Dragons with the Divine Element, while Ancient Habitats can also house Dragons with the Ancient Element. All other Habitats can only house Dragons that have an Element matching that of the Habitat's (plus any extra Elements, excluding Legendary, Divine, and Ancient). All of these other Habitats can also hold anywhere from 1 to 6 Dragons, depending on the level of the Habitat.

When a selected Habitat has free space, the Purchase Egg Button.png button appears and if pressed opens the Dragons tab of the Main Shop, where Dragons can be bought.

Habitat Capacity[edit source | VE]

Habitat Limit Extender - Info.png

For Trainers who are levels 1 to 4, the maximum number of Habitats allowed is 4. From Level 5 onward, the maximum number of Habitats are equal to the Trainer's Level, meaning the capacity is increased by 1 every level increase, except for levels 110, 115, 120, 125, 130, 135, 140, 145, 150 and 155 which all increase the limit by 2.

The number of Divine Habitats and Ancient Habitats allowed is additionally limited to the number of Divine Dragons, own respectively Ancient, plus one, meaning a Trainer with no Divine/Ancient Dragons cab build only one Divine/Ancient Habitat, while a Trainer with 3 Divine/Ancient Dragons cab build 4 regardless if the total Habitat capacity is higher than that limit. Lastly, Boss Habitats can be bought only once at least one Boss Dragon has been unlocked.

Habitat Limit Extender[edit source | VE]

Habitat Limit Extender.png

Habitat Limit Extender is a special resource that increases the Habitat limit by one per extender used. These items are obtainable through the Dragon Collector Leaderboard, Whale-Mart, various events, or other methods, activate instantly on receipt, and their effect is irreversible.

Fire Habitat[edit source | VE]

Fire dragons make this habitat a warm home.

Level Cost Building/Upgrading Time Experience Reward Trainer Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 Gold Icon.png 100 30 seconds 4 Level 1 1 500 25
Level 2 Gold Icon.png 2,000 5 minutes 80 Level 2 2 1,000 525
Level 3 Gold Icon.png 8,000 10 minutes 320 Level 8 2,000 2,525
Level 4 Gold Icon.png 18,000 40 minutes 720 Level 12 3,000 7,025
Level 5 Gold Icon.png 40,000 1 hour 1,600 Level 16 3 4,000 17,025
Level 6 Gold Icon.png 120,000 6 hours 4,800 Level 22 5,000 47,025
Level 7 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 500 + Excellent Materials - Fire.png 8 6 hours Level 70 4 15,000
Level 8 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 750 + Extraordinary Materials - Fire.png 10 8 hours Level 100 5 30,000
Level 9 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 1,000 + Extraordinary Materials - Fire.png 20 10 hours Level 120 6 70,000
Total Gold Icon.png 188,100, Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 2,250, Excellent Materials - Fire.png 8, Extraordinary Materials - Fire.png 30 31 hours, 55 minutes and 30 seconds Experience Icon.png 21,924 -

Compatible Elements: Fire

Wind Habitat[edit source | VE]

Everything is well-secured in this habitat.

Level Cost Building/Upgrading Time Experience Reward Trainer Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 Gold Icon.png 500 3 minutes 20 Level 1 1 1,500 125
Level 2 Gold Icon.png 4,000 15 minutes 160 Level 5 2 2,500 1,125
Level 3 Gold Icon.png 10,000 45 minutes 400 Level 9 4,000 3,625
Level 4 Gold Icon.png 24,000 1 hour and 30 minutes 960 Level 13 6,000 9,625
Level 5 Gold Icon.png 60,000 3 hours 2,400 Level 18 3 8,500 24,625
Level 6 Gold Icon.png 140,000 7 hours and 30 minutes 5,600 Level 24 10,000 59,625
Level 7 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 500 + Excellent Materials - Wind.png 8 6 hours Level 70 4 25,000
Level 8 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 750 + Extraordinary Materials - Wind.png 10 8 hours Level 100 5 40,000
Level 9 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 1,000 + Extraordinary Materials - Wind.png 20 10 hours Level 120 6 70,000
Total Gold Icon.png 238,500, Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 2,250, Excellent Materials - Wind.png 8, Extraordinary Materials - Wind.png 30 37 hours and 3 minutes Experience Icon.png 26,340 -

Compatible Elements: Wind

Earth Habitat[edit source | VE]

Don't worry about tracking dirt into this habitat.

Level Cost Building/Upgrading Time Experience Reward Trainer Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 Gold Icon.png 1,000 5 minutes 40 Level 4 1 2,500 250
Level 2 Gold Icon.png 10,000 20 minutes 400 Level 8 2 3,500 2,750
Level 3 Gold Icon.png 18,000 40 minutes 720 Level 11 5,500 7,250
Level 4 Gold Icon.png 34,000 50 minutes 1,360 Level 15 7,500 15,750
Level 5 Gold Icon.png 80,000 1 hour and 10 minutes 3,200 Level 21 3 10,500 35,750
Level 6 Gold Icon.png 180,000 6 hours and 40 minutes 7,200 Level 28 12,500 80,750
Level 7 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 500 + Excellent Materials - Earth.png 8 6 hours Level 70 4 25,000
Level 8 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 750 + Extraordinary Materials - Earth.png 10 8 hours Level 100 5 40,000
Level 9 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 1,000 + Extraordinary Materials - Earth.png 20 10 hours Level 120 6 70,000
Total Gold Icon.png 323,000, Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 2,250, Excellent Materials - Earth.png 8, Extraordinary Materials - Earth.png 30 33 hours and 45 minutes Experience Icon.png 34,520 -

Compatible Elements: Earth

Water Habitat[edit source | VE]

A home for those who are naturally damp.

Level Cost Building/Upgrading Time Experience Reward Trainer Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 Gold Icon.png 10,000 1 hour 400 Level 9 1 5,000 2,500
Level 2 Gold Icon.png 40,000 40 minutes 1,600 Level 10 2 6,500 12,500
Level 3 Gold Icon.png 60,000 1 hour and 20 minutes 2,400 Level 12 9,000 27,500
Level 4 Gold Icon.png 100,000 1 hour and 30 minutes 4,000 Level 16 11,500 52,500
Level 5 Gold Icon.png 220,000 2 hours and 30 minutes 8,800 Level 23 3 15,000 107,500
Level 6 Gold Icon.png 300,000 3 hours 12,000 Level 29 17,500 182,500
Level 7 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 500 + Excellent Materials - Water.png 8 6 hours Level 70 4 30,000
Level 8 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 750 + Extraordinary Materials - Water.png 10 8 hours Level 100 5 45,000
Level 9 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 1,000 + Extraordinary Materials - Water.png 20 10 hours Level 120 6 70,000
Total Gold Icon.png 730,000, Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 2,250, Excellent Materials - Water.png 8, Extraordinary Materials - Water.png 30 34 hours Experience Icon.png 65,200 -

Compatible Elements: Water

Plant Habitat[edit source | VE]

Photosynthesis and dragons thrive here.

Level Cost Building/Upgrading Time Experience Reward Trainer Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 Gold Icon.png 40,000 3 hours 1,600 Level 11 1 7,500 10,000
Level 2 Gold Icon.png 80,000 1 hour and 20 minutes 3,200 Level 13 2 9,500 30,000
Level 3 Gold Icon.png 120,000 2 hours 4,800 Level 17 13,000 60,000
Level 4 Gold Icon.png 200,000 3 hours and 30 minutes 8,000 Level 21 16,500 110,000
Level 5 Gold Icon.png 240,000 4 hours and 30 minutes 9,600 Level 27 3 21,500 170,000
Level 6 Gold Icon.png 480,000 6 hours 19,200 Level 32 25,000 290,000
Level 7 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 500 + Excellent Materials - Plant.png 8 6 hours Level 70 4 40,000
Level 8 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 750 + Extraordinary Materials - Plant.png 10 8 hours Level 100 5 60,000
Level 9 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 1,000 + Extraordinary Materials - Plant.png 20 10 hours Level 120 6 80,000
Total Gold Icon.png 1,160,000, Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 2,250, Excellent Materials - Plant.png 8, Extraordinary Materials - Plant.png 30 44 hours and 20 minutes Experience Icon.png 104,000 -

Compatible Elements: Plant

Metal Habitat[edit source | VE]

Cold and hard -- just the way these dragons like it.

Level Cost Building/Upgrading Time Experience Reward Trainer Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 Gold Icon.png 150,000 3 hours 6,000 Level 15 1 10,000 37,500
Level 2 Gold Icon.png 250,000 2 hours 10,000 Level 17 2 12,500 100,000
Level 3 Gold Icon.png 300,000 3 hours 12,000 Level 21 17,500 175,000
Level 4 Gold Icon.png 450,000 5 hours 18,000 Level 26 22,500 287,500
Level 5 Gold Icon.png 540,000 7 hours 21,600 Level 31 3 30,000 422,500
Level 6 Gold Icon.png 720,000 9 hours 28,800 Level 40 35,000 602,500
Level 7 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 500 + Excellent Materials - Metal.png 8 6 hours Level 70 4 50,000
Level 8 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 750 + Extraordinary Materials - Metal.png 10 8 hours Level 100 5 65,000
Level 9 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 1,000 + Extraordinary Materials - Metal.png 20 10 hours Level 120 6 80,000
Total Gold Icon.png 2,410,000, Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 2,250, Excellent Materials - Metal.png 8, Extraordinary Materials - Metal.png 30 53 hours Experience Icon.png 182,800 -

Compatible Elements: Metal

Energy Habitat[edit source | VE]

A place where energy can contain itself.

Level Cost Building/Upgrading Time Experience Reward Trainer Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 Gold Icon.png 280,000 6 hours 11,200 Level 19 1 15,000 70,000
Level 2 Gold Icon.png 300,000 3 hours 12,000 Level 22 2 18,500 145,000
Level 3 Gold Icon.png 450,000 4 hours and 30 minutes 18,000 Level 26 25,500 257,500
Level 4 Gold Icon.png 750,000 7 hours and 30 minutes 30,000 Level 30 32,500 445,000
Level 5 Gold Icon.png 900,000 10 hours and 30 minutes 36,000 Level 38 3 43,000 670,000
Level 6 Gold Icon.png 1,200,000 13 hours and 30 minutes 48,000 Level 45 50,000 970,000
Level 7 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 500 + Excellent Materials - Energy.png 8 6 hours Level 70 4 60,000
Level 8 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 750 + Extraordinary Materials - Energy.png 10 8 hours Level 100 5 75,000
Level 9 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 1,000 + Extraordinary Materials - Energy.png 20 10 hours Level 120 6 90,000
Total Gold Icon.png 3,880,000, Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 2,250, Excellent Materials - Energy.png 8, Extraordinary Materials - Energy.png 30 69 hours Experience Icon.png 299,200 -

Compatible Elements: Energy

Void Habitat[edit source | VE]

This habitat is full of mystery.

Level Cost Building/Upgrading Time Experience Reward Trainer Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 Gold Icon.png 400,000 12 hours 16,000 Level 25 1 25,000 100,000
Level 2 Gold Icon.png 600,000 4 hours 24,000 Level 28 2 30,000 250,000
Level 3 Gold Icon.png 900,000 6 hours 36,000 Level 32 40,000 475,000
Level 4 Gold Icon.png 1,500,000 10 hours 60,000 Level 36 50,000 850,000
Level 5 Gold Icon.png 1,800,000 14 hours 72,000 Level 42 3 65,000 1,300,000
Level 6 Gold Icon.png 2,400,000 18 hours 96,000 Level 48 75,000 1,900,000
Level 7 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 500 + Excellent Materials - Void.png 8 6 hours Level 70 4 85,000
Level 8 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 750 + Extraordinary Materials - Void.png 10 8 hours Level 100 5 90,000
Level 9 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 1,000 + Extraordinary Materials - Void.png 20 10 hours Level 120 6 100,000
Total Gold Icon.png 7,600,000, Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 2,250, Excellent Materials - Void.png 8, Extraordinary Materials - Void.png 30 88 hours Experience Icon.png 592,000 -

Compatible Elements: Void

Light Habitat[edit source | VE]

A bright and happy place to live.

Level Cost Building/Upgrading Time Experience Reward Trainer Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 Gold Icon.png 500,000 12 hours 20,000 Level 35 1 27,000 125,000
Level 2 Gold Icon.png 750,000 4 hours 30,000 Level 39 2 32,000 312,500
Level 3 Gold Icon.png 1,000,000 6 hours 40,000 Level 43 41,500 562,500
Level 4 Gold Icon.png 1,700,000 10 hours 68,000 Level 49 51,000 987,500
Level 5 Gold Icon.png 2,000,000 14 hours 80,000 Level 53 3 65,500 1,487,500
Level 6 Gold Icon.png 2,600,000 18 hours 104,000 Level 60 75,000 2,137,500
Level 7 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 500 + Excellent Materials - Light.png 8 6 hours Level 70 4 85,000
Level 8 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 750 + Extraordinary Materials - Light.png 10 8 hours Level 100 5 90,000
Level 9 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 1,000 + Extraordinary Materials - Light.png 20 10 hours Level 120 6 100,000
Total Gold Icon.png 8,550,000, Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 2,250, Excellent Materials - Light.png 8, Extraordinary Materials - Light.png 30 88 hours Experience Icon.png 654,000 -

Compatible Elements: Light

Shadow Habitat[edit source | VE]

A habitat for dragons that dislike well-lit rooms.

Level Cost Building/Upgrading Time Experience Reward Trainer Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 Gold Icon.png 550,000 12 hours 22,000 Level 44 1 29,000 137,500
Level 2 Gold Icon.png 800,000 4 hours 32,000 Level 47 2 33,500 337,500
Level 3 Gold Icon.png 1,300,000 6 hours 52,000 Level 52 43,000 662,500
Level 4 Gold Icon.png 1,900,000 10 hours 76,000 Level 55 52,000 1,137,500
Level 5 Gold Icon.png 2,200,000 14 hours 88,000 Level 58 3 66,000 1,687,500
Level 6 Gold Icon.png 2,800,000 18 hours 112,000 Level 62 75,000 2,387,500
Level 7 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 500 + Excellent Materials - Shadow.png 8 6 hours Level 70 4 85,000
Level 8 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 750 + Extraordinary Materials - Shadow.png 10 8 hours Level 100 5 90,000
Level 9 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 1,000 + Extraordinary Materials - Shadow.png 20 10 hours Level 120 6 100,000
Total Gold Icon.png 9,550,000, Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 2,250, Excellent Materials - Shadow.png 8, Extraordinary Materials - Shadow.png 30 88 hours Experience Icon.png 1,528,000 -

Compatible Elements: Shadow

Legendary Habitat[edit source | VE]

A special place that can house all dragons up to Legendary.

Legendary Habitat.png
Level Cost Building Time Experience Reward Trainer Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 Gold Icon.png 600,000 6 hours 24,000 Level 3 2 30,000 150,000
Level 2 Gems Icon.png 90 Instant 1,000 3 50,000 162,500
Total Gold Icon.png 600,000, Gems Icon.png 90 6 hours Experience Icon.png 25,000 -

Compatible Elements: Fire Wind Earth Water Plant Metal Energy Void Light Shadow Legendary Primal

Divine Habitat[edit source | VE]

This Habitat is able to house Divine Dragons. You need to own Divine dragons to build more Divine Habitats.

Divine Habitat.png
Cost Building Time Experience Reward Trainer Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Gold Icon.png 1,000,000 Instant 0 Level 5 2 50,000 250,000

Compatible Elements: Fire Wind Earth Water Plant Metal Energy Void Light Shadow Legendary Primal Divine

Ancient Habitat[edit source | VE]

This Habitat is able to house Ancient dragons. You need to own Ancient dragons to build more Ancient Habitats.

Ancient Habitat.png
Cost Building Time Experience Reward Trainer Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Gold Icon.png 1,000,000 Instant 0 Level 5 2 50,000 250,000

Compatible Elements: All Icon.png

Boss Habitat[edit source | VE]

A big home for the BIG bosses.

Level Cost Building Time Experience Reward Trainer Level Needed Dragons Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 50 Gems 1 minute 500 Level 4 1 6,250
Level 2 150 Gems Instant 1,500 2 27,000
Total Gems Icon.png 200 1 minute Experience Icon.png 2,000 -

Special Habitats[edit source | VE]

Time Habitat[edit source | VE]

A special place that can house all dragons up to Legendary.

Time Habitat.png

The Time Habitat can be obtained by accumulating 16,000 points on the Dragon Collector Leaderboard. Previously, it was exclusive to the iOS platform and could only be obtained by connecting the game to an Apple Watch. It has the same function as that of a Legendary Habitat.

Level Cost Building Time Experience Reward Trainer Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 None 6 hours 24,000 None 2 30,000 150,000
Level 2 Gems Icon.png 90 Instant 1,000 3 50,000 162,500
Total Gems Icon.png 90 6 hours Experience Icon.png 25,000 -

Compatible Elements: Fire Wind Earth Water Plant Metal Energy Void Light Shadow Legendary Primal

Festive Habitat[edit source | VE]

A special place that can house all dragons up to Legendary.

Festive Habitat.png

The Festive Habitat is a seasonal Habitat which is only available through events taking place around the Winter holidays. It has the same function as that of a Legendary Habitat.

Level Cost Building Time Experience Reward Trainer Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 None 6 hours 24,000 None 2 30,000 150,000
Level 2 Gems Icon.png 90 Instant 1,000 3 50,000 162,500
Total Gems Icon.png 90 6 hours Experience Icon.png 25,000 -

Compatible Elements: Fire Wind Earth Water Plant Metal Energy Void Light Shadow Legendary Primal

Gingerbread Habitat[edit source | VE]

A delicious and cozy place... resist the temptation to take a bite.

Gingerbread Habitat.png

The Gingerbread Habitat is available only as a Main Shop Bundle. It can be upgraded like a Legendary Habitat, but houses all Elements.

Level Cost Building Time Experience Reward Trainer Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 $$$ Instant 24,000 None 2 30,000 150,000
Level 2 Gems Icon.png 90 Instant 1,000 3 50,000 162,500
Total Gems Icon.png 90 - Experience Icon.png 25,000 -

Compatible Elements: All Icon.png

Beachside Habitat[edit source | VE]

A place where Ancient Dragons enjoy ancient surfing.

Beachside Habitat.png

The Beachside Habitat is available only as a Main Shop Bundle. It can be upgraded like a Legendary Habitat, but houses all Elements.

Level Cost Building Time Experience Reward Trainer Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 $$$ Instant 24,000 None 2 30,000 150,000
Level 2 Gems Icon.png 90 Instant 1,000 3 50,000 162,500
Total Gems Icon.png 90 - Experience Icon.png 25,000 -

Compatible Elements: All Icon.png

Zodiac Habitat[edit source | VE]

A home for dragons who map fates in the stars.

Zodiac Habitat.png

The Zodiac Habitat is available only as a Main Shop Bundle. It can be upgraded like a Legendary Habitat, but houses all Elements.

Level Cost Building Time Experience Reward Trainer Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 $$$ Instant 24,000 None 2 30,000 150,000
Level 2 Gems Icon.png 90 Instant 1,000 3 50,000 162,500
Total Gems Icon.png 90 - Experience Icon.png 25,000 -

Compatible Elements: All Icon.png

Haunted Habitat[edit source | VE]

A spooky home for your eeriest dragons.

Haunted Habitat.png

The Haunted Habitat is available only as a Main Shop Bundle. It can be upgraded like a Legendary Habitat, but houses all Elements.

Level Cost Building Time Experience Reward Trainer Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 $$$ Instant 24,000 None 2 30,000 150,000
Level 2 Gems Icon.png 90 Instant 1,000 3 50,000 162,500
Total Gems Icon.png 90 - Experience Icon.png 25,000 -

Compatible Elements: All Icon.png

Primal Habitat[edit source | VE]

A wild home where Primal Dragons languish.

The Primal Habitat is occasionally available through events or the Main Shop. It can be upgraded like a Legendary Habitat, but houses all Elements.

Level Cost Building Time Experience Reward Trainer Level Needed Dragons Gold Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost
Level 1 None 6 hours 24,000 None 2 30,000 150,000
Level 2 Gems Icon.png 90 Instant 1,000 3 50,000 162,500
Total Gems Icon.png 90 6 hours Experience Icon.png 25,000 -

Compatible Elements: All Icon.png

Eternal Fruit Tree[edit source | VE]

Eternal Fruit Tree.png

The Eternal Fruit Tree is a special Boss Habitat that can house up to two Boss Dragons and produces Food over time. It can be purchased from the Habitats and Buildings tabs in the Main Shop for 200 Gems Icon.png.

Only one Eternal Fruit Tree can be owned at a time. Regardless of its level, it always occupies 6x6 tiles on the map and has the same aspect. It can be upgraded up to Level 12, at which it produces 28,000 Food Icon.png per hour and its capacity is 1,280,000 Food Icon.png. The Food is generated automatically and it can be harvested similarly to collecting Gold from regular Habitats. Food is produced even if the Eternal Fruit Tree does not house a Boss Dragon.

Level Cost Building Time Experience Reward Production Food Icon.png Capacity Gold Icon.png Selling Cost Level Required
Level 1 Gems Icon.png 200 Instant Upgrade 2,000 6,700 Food Icon.png/h 40,000 25,000 1
Level 2 Gems Icon.png 120 1,200 68,000 41,625 10
Level 3 Gems Icon.png 150 1,500 8,000 Food Icon.png/h 80,000 62,375 15
Level 4 Gems Icon.png 180 1,800 120,000 87,375 16
Level 5 Gems Icon.png 250 2,500 10,000 Food Icon.png/h 140,000 122,000 17
Level 6 Gems Icon.png 300 3,000 200,000 163,625 18
Level 7 Gems Icon.png 350 3,500 14,000 Food Icon.png/h 280,000 212,125 19
Level 8 Gems Icon.png 400 4,000 320,000 267,625 20
Level 9 Gems Icon.png 450 4,500 20,000 Food Icon.png/h 480,000 330,125 21
Level 10 Gems Icon.png 500 5,000 720,000 399,500 22
Level 11 Gems Icon.png 600 6,000 28,000 Food Icon.png/h 960,000 482,750 23
Level 12 Gems Icon.png 800 8,000 1,280,000 593,750 24
Total Gems Icon.png 4,300 - Experience Icon.png 43,000 -

Gold Capacity Comparison[edit source | VE]

Habitat Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 Level 7 Level 8 Level 9
Fire Habitat 500 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 15,000 30,000 70,000
Wind Habitat 1,500 2,500 4,000 6,000 8,500 10,000 25,000 40,000 70,000
Earth Habitat 2,500 3,500 5,500 7,500 10,500 12,500 25,000 40,000 70,000
Water Habitat 5,000 6,500 9,000 11,500 15,000 17,500 30,000 45,000 70,000
Plant Habitat 7,500 9,500 13,000 16,500 21,500 25,000 40,000 60,000 80,000
Metal Habitat 10,000 12,500 17,500 22,500 30,000 35,000 50,000 65,000 80,000
Energy Habitat 15,000 18,500 25,500 32,500 43,000 50,000 60,000 75,000 90,000
Void Habitat 25,000 30,000 40,000 50,000 65,000 75,000 85,000 90,000 100,000
Light Habitat 27,000 32,000 41,500 51,000 65,500 75,000 85,000 90,000 100,000
Shadow Habitat 29,000 33,500 43,000 52,000 66,000 75,000 85,000 90,000 100,000
Legendary Habitat 30,000 50,000
Time Habitat
Festive Habitat
Beachside Habitat
Zodiac Habitat
Haunted Habitat
Gingerbread Habitat
Primal Habitat
Divine Habitat 50,000
Ancient Habitat
Boss Habitat
Boss Dragons do not produce Gold
Eternal Fruit Tree

Habitat Cost Comparison[edit source | VE]

Habitat Building Upgrade Lv. 2 Upgrade Lv. 3 Upgrade Lv. 4 Upgrade Lv. 5 Upgrade Lv. 6 Upgrade Lv. 7 Upgrade Lv. 8 Upgrade Lv. 9 Upgrade Lv. 10 Upgrade Lv. 11 Upgrade Lv. 12 Total Cost
Fire Habitat Gold Icon.png 100 Gold Icon.png 2,000 Gold Icon.png 8,000 Gold Icon.png 18,000 Gold Icon.png 40,000 Gold Icon.png 120,000 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 500, Excellent Materials - Fire.png 8 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 750, Extraordinary Materials - Fire.png 10 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 1,000, Extraordinary Materials - Fire.png 20
Can not be upgraded further than Level 9
Gold Icon.png 188,100, Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 2,250, Excellent Materials - Fire.png 8, Extraordinary Materials - Fire.png 30
Wind Habitat Gold Icon.png 500 Gold Icon.png 4,000 Gold Icon.png 10,000 Gold Icon.png 24,000 Gold Icon.png 60,000 Gold Icon.png 140,000 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 500, Excellent Materials - Wind.png 8 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 750, Extraordinary Materials - Wind.png 10 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 1,000, Extraordinary Materials - Wind.png 20 Gold Icon.png 238,500, Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 2,250, Excellent Materials - Wind.png 8, Extraordinary Materials - Wind.png 30
Earth Habitat Gold Icon.png 1,000 Gold Icon.png 10,000 Gold Icon.png 18,000 Gold Icon.png 34,000 Gold Icon.png 80,000 Gold Icon.png 180,000 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 500, Excellent Materials - Earth.png 8 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 750, Extraordinary Materials - Earth.png 10 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 1,000, Extraordinary Materials - Earth.png 20 Gold Icon.png 323,000, Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 2,250, Excellent Materials - Earth.png 8, Extraordinary Materials - Earth.png 30
Water Habitat Gold Icon.png 10,000 Gold Icon.png 40,000 Gold Icon.png 60,000 Gold Icon.png 100,000 Gold Icon.png 220,000 Gold Icon.png 300,000 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 500, Excellent Materials - Water.png 8 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 750, Extraordinary Materials - Water.png 10 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 1,000, Extraordinary Materials - Water.png 20 Gold Icon.png 730,000, Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 2,250, Excellent Materials - Water.png 8, Extraordinary Materials - Water.png 30
Plant Habitat Gold Icon.png 40,000 Gold Icon.png 80,000 Gold Icon.png 120,000 Gold Icon.png 200,000 Gold Icon.png 240,000 Gold Icon.png 480,000 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 500, Excellent Materials - Plant.png 8 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 750, Extraordinary Materials - Plant.png 10 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 1,000, Extraordinary Materials - Plant.png 20 Gold Icon.png 1,160,000, Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 2,250, Excellent Materials - Plant.png 8, Extraordinary Materials - Plant.png 30
Metal Habitat Gold Icon.png 150,000 Gold Icon.png 250,000 Gold Icon.png 300,000 Gold Icon.png 450,000 Gold Icon.png 540,000 Gold Icon.png 720,000 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 500, Excellent Materials - Metal.png 8 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 750, Extraordinary Materials - Metal.png 10 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 1,000, Extraordinary Materials - Metal.png 20 Gold Icon.png 2,410,000, Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 2,250, Excellent Materials - Metal.png 8, Extraordinary Materials - Metal.png 30
Energy Habitat Gold Icon.png 280,000 Gold Icon.png 300,000 Gold Icon.png 450,000 Gold Icon.png 750,000 Gold Icon.png 900,000 Gold Icon.png 1,200,000 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 500, Excellent Materials - Energy.png 8 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 750, Extraordinary Materials - Energy.png 10 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 1,000, Extraordinary Materials - Energy.png 20 Gold Icon.png 3,880,000, Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 2,250, Excellent Materials - Energy.png 8, Extraordinary Materials - Energy.png 30
Void Habitat Gold Icon.png 400,000 Gold Icon.png 600,000 Gold Icon.png 900,000 Gold Icon.png 1,500,000 Gold Icon.png 1,800,000 Gold Icon.png 2,400,000 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 500, Excellent Materials - Void.png 8 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 750, Extraordinary Materials - Void.png 10 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 1,000, Extraordinary Materials - Void.png 20 Gold Icon.png 7,600,000, Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 2,250, Excellent Materials - Void.png 8, Extraordinary Materials - Void.png 30
Light Habitat Gold Icon.png 500,000 Gold Icon.png 750,000 Gold Icon.png 1,000,000 Gold Icon.png 1,700,000 Gold Icon.png 2,000,000 Gold Icon.png 2,600,000 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 500, Excellent Materials - Light.png 8 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 750, Extraordinary Materials - Light.png 10 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 1,000, Extraordinary Materials - Light.png 20 Gold Icon.png 8,550,000, Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 2,250, Excellent Materials - Light.png 8, Extraordinary Materials - Light.png 30
Shadow Habitat Gold Icon.png 550,000 Gold Icon.png 800,000 Gold Icon.png 1,300,000 Gold Icon.png 1,900,000 Gold Icon.png 2,200,000 Gold Icon.png 2,800,000 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 500, Excellent Materials - Shadow.png 8 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 750, Extraordinary Materials - Shadow.png 10 Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 1,000, Extraordinary Materials - Shadow.png 20 Gold Icon.png 9,550,000, Enchanted Trinkets Icon.png 2,250, Excellent Materials - Shadow.png 8, Extraordinary Materials - Shadow.png 30
Legendary Habitat Gold Icon.png 600,000 Gems Icon.png 90 Can not be upgraded further than Level 2 Gold Icon.png 600,000, Gems Icon.png 90
Time Habitat Unbuyable Gems Icon.png 90
Festive Habitat
Beachside Habitat Main Shop $$$
Gems Icon.png 90
Zodiac Habitat
Haunted Habitat
Gingerbread Habitat
Primal Habitat
Divine Habitat Gold Icon.png 1,000,000 These Habitats can not be upgraded Gold Icon.png 1,000,000
Ancient Habitat Gold Icon.png 1,000,000
Boss Habitat Gems Icon.png 50 Gems Icon.png 150 Can not be upgraded further than Level 2 Gems Icon.png 200
Eternal Fruit Tree Gems Icon.png 200 Gems Icon.png 120 Gems Icon.png 150 Gems Icon.png 180 Gems Icon.png 250 Gems Icon.png 300 Gems Icon.png 350 Gems Icon.png 400 Gems Icon.png 450 Gems Icon.png 500 Gems Icon.png 600 Gems Icon.png 800 Gems Icon.png 4,300

Inside Habitats[edit source | VE]

Dragons can be visited in their Habitats by tapping any habitat, then tapping the button of the desired Dragon; this opens the visiting screen which shows a larger image of the Dragon inside their habitat, as well as a collection of information about and functions for the selected Dragon:

  • Top-left, a box displays:
    • Given name, species name, Level, elements and Skill levels, Sigils (if equipped), Enchantment level (stars, if any) and an i info button. Tapping or clicking anywhere on this box, except the i , opens a screen for renaming the Dragon. Pressing the i info button opens the Codex Entry screen (labeled Dragon Info). If the Dragon has non-awoken elements that can be awakened, an Awaken button will appear below it. Unawoken Elements are visible, but grayed out, and if they are also locked, they are marked with the Red Lock Icon.png icon. Selecting Awaken opens menu where, if available, the Trainer can unlock the first unawoken Element using the Awaken  750,000 Gold Icon.png button, or the second Element through the Awaken  99 Gems Icon.png button.
  • Bottom-right:
Note: A progress bar under its name in the top-left box indicates how many pieces of Food are left for the Dragon to level up.
  • Bottom-left:
    • Training Gold Icon.png - To Train a Dragon to temporarily increase its stats.
    • Gold Icon.png Gold production - Gold earned per hour by the Dragon based on its Stats and the Base Gold per Hour formula. Note that a "Boss Bonus / hour" and a new total gold amount may appear if Boss Dragons are owned that increase gold per hour. No indicator is given whenever other bonuses are active.

In the case of a Boss Dragon, pressing its button after selecting its Habitat opens the Boss Info screen which displays:

  • It's name and image, and the amount of Dragon Collector Points it offers.
  • A description of its powers (such as the bonus it provides to Gold production of other Dragons (10%), or any other power).
  • AR Button.png - opens the Augmented Reality feature.
  •    sell    - to sell the Dragon. Whenever the Trainer chooses to sell any kind of Dragon, the choice must first be confirmed using the    YES    button (or cancelled using the    NO    button).
  • More Options - Provides other options including:
    • Happy Dragon Icon.png Visit - Visit the Dragon in its habitat.
    • Dragon Storing Icon.png Vault - Move the Dragon to the Dragon Vault.
    • Move (Green) Icon.png Move - Move the Dragon to another habitat.

Augmented Reality[edit source | VE]

Give Access Screen.png

Trainers whose devices run a version of iOS that supports the ARKit framework or a version of Android that supports the ARCore framework have the option to use the augmented reality feature with all the regular Dragons in the game. Inside the Habitat of a Dragon (on the Codex Entry, in case of Boss Dragons), the AR Button.png button must be pressed, which will bring up a window asking the Trainer to give the game access to the device's camera and images. Once access is given, the device's camera will turn on and the Dragon will be displayed in the middle of the screen. From here, the Trainer can snap a picture of the Dragon through the Snap Picture Button.png option or interact with it by giving it a treat through the  Give Treat  button.

Time Reduction[edit source | VE]

Selecting a Habitat during building or upgrading will bring up the Speed-Up Button 2.png option, which displays the number of Gems needed to skip the remaining construction time. Selecting the option will bring up a window where the Trainer can see the time left until the Habitat is done being built or upgraded, and the Skip All Button.png button. Pressing this button will speed up the remaining time, allowing the construction of the Habitat to be finished.

The Gem cost for skipping timers is calculated based upon the following formula: (TimeInSeconds ^ -0.46) * 0.12 * TimeInSeconds and the final result is rounded up by 1 if it is between the 1-10 range, and by 5 if it is between the 10-100 range. For example:

  • The cost to skip the initial upgrading time to a Level 4 Fire Habitat (1 hour) is: (3600 ^ -0.46) * 0.12 * 3600 = 9.9 - rounding by 1 applies, thus the cost to skip the timer is 10 Gems.
  • The cost to skip the initial upgrading time to a Level 6 Light Habitat (18 hours) is: (64800 ^ -0.46) * 0.12 * 64800 = 47.5 - rounding by 5 applies, thus the cost to skip the timer is 50 Gems.

Outside the Habitat, the construction time can also be reduced through forging Chronosian Seals or activating Chronos's power, actions which reduce several timers in the game by 6 hours, and through Timer Boosts, bonuses offered by visiting Trainers, which reduce certain individual timers by 5 minutes.

History[edit source | VE]

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