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The Main Shop is divided into six sections, each features a different category of items for sale. Categories include Dragons, Habitats, Buildings, Decorations, Promotions (the default tab), and Card Packs. Items in each category have a specific order, with not yet unlocked items displayed at the end.
The contents of the Main Shop sections are each explained in detail below.
The Dragons tab allows purchasing of Normally-Breedable Dragons, VIP-Exclusive Dragons, Boss Dragons defeated in Normal Mode of the Campaign Map, all ongoing limited-breedable Dragons, and any available limited Card-Segment Dragon (plus those for which at least one Dragon Piece was obtained). Any Dragon not obtained and housed on an Island appears first, followed by those owned. Card Dragons for which at least 1 Dragon Piece is owned come next, though these do not have to be housed or hatched. All groups are sorted in a combined order of availability, Elements, and Rarity.
Main Shop snapshots differ from Dragon Codex snapshots as they aren't owned, so no Sigils, Skills, or Enchantment stars appear. Each snapshot displays a Dragon image, species name, Elements, Rarity, and its button for method of obtainment, which takes the Trainer to where it is obtained. Border colors vary in accordance with Rarity. The second and third Elements of Legendary, Divine, and Ancient Dragons are partially grayed out with a icon on them. Dragon rarity is marked in the top-right corner, and the i button at the top-left displays the Codex Entry. Already owned Dragons are marked with a check mark.
Dragons are purchasable in exchange for Gems , or Gold , either choice is confirmed by pressing the OK button. Any Limited-Time Dragon displays the remaining time available to obtain under its snapshot.
The Habitats section lists all purchasable Habitats (excluding special habitats), ordered from lowest to highest Element. On each habitat snapshot is an image, name, description, a purchase button with cost, and a number showing the total number of Habitats placed, separated by a / symbol from the current habitat maximum. The top-left i button displays the type and number of Dragons the habitat holds, and its maximum gold capacity. Pressing the purchase button brings the selected habitat to the closest free island spot, with a button to confirm purchase and placement, or a X button to cancel.
Most habitats are purchased with Gold, except Boss and Eternal Fruit Tree habitats. Locked habitats are partially greyed out, with a button specifying requirements to unlock at the bottom. If the habitat building limit is reached, Maximum number
built! appears, and the snapshots are partially grayed out on all habitats.
The Buildings section lists all purchasable buildings except Habitats, but includes the Eternal Fruit Tree. On each building snapshot is an image, description, purchase button with cost or requirements, and the quantity of that building placed separated by a / mark from the current building maximum (there can be only one of each building, except Farms). The top-left i button displays the aforementioned information larger. Pressing the purchase button brings the selected building to the closest free island spot, with a button to confirm purchase and placement, or a X button to cancel.
Most buildings are purchased with Gold, except the Eternal Fruit Tree. Locked buildings are partially greyed out, with a button specifying requirements to unlock at the bottom. If a building's quantity limit is reached, Maximum number
built! appears, and the snapshot is partially grayed out. A Take me there! button is shown on already built buildings with a maximum of one, or a Check it out! button on limited-time buildings, pressing the former takes the Trainer to that building with an above it, pressing the latter opens a window allowing the item to be purchased with real money.
The Decorations section lists all purchasable Decorations except those available in the Dungeon Shop. Most decorations are unlocked when their associated Island is unlocked. On each decoration snapshot is an image, name, size (small 1x1, medium 2x2, or large 3x3), a purchase button with its cost in either Gold or Gems, or a Take me there! button bringing the Trainer to the associated requirement. Locked decorations are partially greyed out.
Buying a decoration takes the selected decoration to the closest free spot on the islands, with a button to confirm purchase and placement, or a X button to cancel. If no space exists to place a decoration, it is placed in Inventory .
See Decorations for more information about the Main Shop and other decorations.
The Promotions section lists all currently featured promotions, typically bundles, bundles with Dragons, or individual Dragons. Bundles typically bundle 3 or 4 items together. Bundles containing Dragons usually include one Dragon, its associated habitat, and another item or two. Items may include Scrolls, Gold, Food, Gems, Relics, VIP Tickets, and occasionally, time-limited in-game currency. This tab can also be accessed, with a large feature promotion displayed first, by pressing the Bundles button and dismissing the initial ad returns the user to the main store Promotions tab.
Each bundle snapshot displays an image depicting what it offers, the price, any discounts (if a discounted item), and the View Bundle button which displays the amounts received and the purchase button and Costs real money! below it. An Individual Dragon's snapshot displays its image, species, Rarity, Elements, and cost button. The i button at the corner displays the Codex Entry.
Card packs are packs of cards purchased in exchange for Card Dragon Pack Tickets, Clan Coins, or watching ad videos.
See Regular Card Packs for images of all three card packs..
Card Pack snapshots have an image, the quantity of cards in the pack, a button for obtaining the pack, and a i button at the right. At the left of the list of snapshots is the option, which takes the Trainer to the Dragons tab, filtering the view to display by Dragon Pieces.
The i button on each Card Pack snapshot opens a window displaying each Dragon Piece that may be obtained, its rarity, the number of pieces required, and another i button showing the odds (drop rates) of each Dragon Card Piece rarity. Any Dragon offered on a promotion displays first, with the weekly offer shown second, then the other Dragons ordered by rarity.
Level 12 is required to purchase One-Card and Five-Card Packs, while Level 25 is needed for Three-Card Packs. When card packs are level locked, a Unlocked at
Level notice (indicating the necessary level) appears instead of the purchase button. When any card pack is purchased, it must be continuously tapped until it opens and the card flips over.
Regular Card Packs are purchased by selecting the "Card Packs" button in either the Main Shop or Clans interface. A free Five-Card Pack is given the first time a Trainer becomes a Clan member. A One-Card Pack can be obtained every 12 hours in exchange for watching an advertisement video (the two other Card Packs are sometimes offered as prizes in events).
|Type||One-Card Pack||Three-Card Pack||Five-Card Pack|
|Requirement||Player Level 12||Player Level 25||Player Level 12|
- Guaranteed one Rare Card or higher
- Guaranteed one Epic Card or higher
|Rarity||Probability of getting a Dragon Piece by rarity |
|29 / 100 or 9.67%||57 / 100 or 19%||115 / 100 or 38.33%|
|23 / 100 or 7.67%||47 / 100 or 15.67%||94 / 100 or 31.33%|
|30 / 100 or 6%||125 / 100 or 25%||122 / 100 or 24.4%|
|14 / 100 or 2.8%||57 / 100 or 11.4%||136 / 100 or 27.2%|
|3 / 100 or 1.5%||14 / 100 or 7%||34 / 100 or 17%|
- Averaged per 100 Card Packs opened
Card Dragon Pack Tickets
Card Dragon Pack Tickets are tickets that open Regular Card Packs containing Dragon Pieces. Tickets can be bought individually or in a bundle in exchange for Gems. Purchasing these tickets activates a confirmation window pop-up and the user has to confirm the choice by pressing the OK button. These tickets can also be earned through the Whale-Mart and Dragon Collector Leaderboard, various events or other occasions.
- Update 4.1: Introduced the To Arms! Card Pack.
- Update 4.0: Changed the background color of Boss Dragon snapshots from purple to orange.
- Made available Card Dragon Pack Tickets in increments of 100 and 45, in addition to 10 and 1.
- Update 3.6: Added an i button to Card Packs to display drop rates.
- Moved additional text, such as time left for limited Dragons, below their snapshots.
- Replaced bundle names with Awesome Offer! text.
- Added personalized backgrounds to bundles.
- Added Dragon Elements and Rarity to Bundles offering them, and Not in your collection! text if not owned.
- Update 3.4: Introduced Card Dragon Pack Tickets.
- Update 3.3: Replaced Gems with Card Dragon Pack Tickets to buy the Five-Card Pack (prior, the pack was 100 Gems and 150 for the limited version.
- Update 3.2: Added a Take me there! button to buildings that can only be owned once.
- Update 2.9: Made promotion tab to display the promoted item instead of a flying chest when Dragons weren't promoted.
- Update 2.7: Added an i button to card packs.
- Update 2.1: Added search to the Dragons tab of the Main Shop to search by specific Dragon name.
- Update 2.0: Added a Card Packs tab, and the option to filter by when Dragon Pieces were introduced.
- Update 1.9: Made promotions snapshots display the items featured instead of just a chest.
- Update 1.8: Added Christmas-themed Decorations.
- Added option to filter Dragons by with the introduction of VIP-Exclusive Dragons.
- Update 1.7: Made obstacles from Islands available as decorations.
- Introduced Halloween-themed decorations.
- Update 1.2: Added the Decorations tab when decorations were introduced.