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|The mischievous Tiki Dragon's favorite pastime is hiding among the ruins of the Bob to frighten unsuspecting tourists. It's had a LOT of those to play with since the Viking invasion.|
Selling Cost 14,650
Base DCP 105
Availability VIP Exclusive
Method Breeding or Purchasing
Unlocked Trainer Level 35
VIP Level 20
Breeding Time 1 Day 
Hatching Time 1 Day & 7 Hours
VIP Breeding 19 Hours & 12 Minutes 
VIP Hatching 1 Day & 1 Hour
Game Update Update 1.8
The body style of the Tiki Dragon is stout. With a brown wooden look to it, the body is structured in the traditional Hei-tiki pendant style of the Māori people. It has bright blue, gem-like eyes with a blocky mint-green rim surrounding them, and wears a red and yellow headdress. Directly below the large tomato-red lips, there is a solid circular green block jutting from the chin like a goatee. Two yellow fire spouts can be seen on the back centered on a field of mint green color which continues in a strip running down the topside of the tail. Each leg has a red band circling the top where it joins the body. The jutting plates on the chest and underbelly, as well as the toenails, are all golden yellow.
Enchantment Materials Requirements
The Tiki Dragon is a VIP-Exclusive Dragon which can be obtained through the breeding of two Dragons having together the Light, Energy and Fire Elements or through purchasing it from the Main Shop in exchange for 1,615 Gems. Both methods require the Trainer to have reached Level 35 and to have an active VIP Status of VIP Level 20 or higher.
Breeding for this Dragon takes 1 day while incubating and subsequently hatching the resultant egg takes 1 day, 7 hours and 20 minutes. With an active VIP Status of Level 2 or higher, the breeding time is reduced to 19 hours and 12 minutes while the hatching time is reduced to 1 day, 1 hour and 4 minutes.
No combination is guaranteed to result in this Dragon. Multiple breeding attempts may be necessary to obtain it.
Breed the Fire Dragon with any of the following:
Although any combination of the required elements can be used, breeding a single-element Dragon with another that has the remainder of the required elements (and no extras/duplicates) can have better odds and/or fewer unintended outcomes. For combination odds, try the Breeding Planner.
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