Dragon Mania Club makes it easier to calculate the amount of food needed in Dragon Mania Legends for your dragons to open up different temples.
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List of the Dragons
Make your life easier by having a complete overview of your dragons. As DML is all about
collecting them magical beasts, having an easy to use system to keep track of your dragon stable
Dragons represent the primary feature of Dragon Mania Legends and are the very foundation of the game. These inhabit the
world of Dragolandia, along with many other human characters, and can be found working alongside or against the Trainer.
There are hundreds of species of Dragons in the game, each species having a unique appearance. Almost all Dragons are
able to breed with one another to produce more Dragons, battle against other Dragons, or even produce Gold.
Dragons hatch from eggs and then transition from their baby stage to their adult stage upon being fed. Feeding is the
only way to strengthen and grow a Dragon. Dragons do not age past their adult form, only increase up to a maximum level
through feeding, meaning they may be immortal. At Level 4, the young Dragon assumes its adult form and can then breed,
train, improve its skills at the Dragon Academy and participate in various battles in the game.
The only way for Trainers to get rid of their own Dragons is to sell or ascend them. Chronos and Clan Dragons are the
only unsellable Dragons in the game.
Searching Dragons by
name, multiple elements, type, age, ...
Looking for a dragon with certain elements? Dragon search is your best friend in finding dragons
with all sorts of combinations.
Almost all Dragons in the game possess certain characteristics known as Elements and rarity. These characteristics
determine their breeding and hatching time, as well as battle and Gold-producing attributes known as stats. There are
three different stats for Dragons who possess them; Health, Attack and Gold per Hour. Stats increase whenever the Dragon
increases in level. Clan Dragons and Chronos have no stats, while Boss Dragons possess only the first two stats.
All Dragons in the game, in addition to their species name or simply their name, have given names. Only Chronos, Clan
Dragons, and Boss Dragons have no given names. These given names are randomly assigned to Dragons upon being hatched,
but the Trainer can choose to rename their Dragon through that specific Dragon's Codex Entry and give them another name
that is limited to six characters.
Select your Dad and Mom dragons
Breeding calculator helps you better understand how breeding works by showing you possible results
when pairing different dragons. Or see all the possible combinations for getting a particular
Breeding is the main way to obtain Dragons. Breeding is done by pairing two adult Dragons (Level 4 or higher) in the
Breeding Den, the only place where Dragons can breed. The amount of time it will take to breed a Dragon is determined by
the Elements and type of the two Dragons being bred together and the Dragon which will be produced from that breeding.
Usually, the longer the time it takes to breed, the rarer the Dragon will be. Dragons with more advanced Elements and a
higher rarity will take more time to breed and incubate. Breeding times can vary from 30 seconds for a Fire Dragon to 4
days for a Divine Dragon and are affected by the VIP Status.
How to add Enchantment Stars for dragons ?
Enchantment enables Trainers to increase the Health and Attack of Dragons, and also offers the
opportunity to breed for exclusive Dragons. Trainers can access the Enchantment menu through the
button on the bottom left of the screen.
Enchantment is only unlocked once the Trainer levels a minimum of three Dragons to Level 16. Once the conditions are
met, the tutorial will pop up on its own, allowing the Trainer to enchant their three strongest Dragons by one star for
A Dragon must be Level 16 before it can be enchanted up to four Enchantment Stars. Level 50 is required for the fifth
Enchantment Level, Level 65 for the sixth, Level 80 for the seventh and Level 90 for the eighth and final Enchantment
Level. Read more
How many food for level 100 ?
How much food do you need to level up your dragons? How much can you level up for a certain amount
of food? Food calculator satiates all your hunger for the knowledge about levelling up your dragons.
The topics covered in this category include different aspects that Trainers will need to master to be successful in
raising productive and skillful Dragons.
Properly raising Dragons is important to building successful battle Dragons. The first step is obtaining Dragons. This
can be done by breeding, purchasing or winning Dragon eggs and then sending them to the Hatchery. Once hatched, Dragons
should be fed regularly to become stronger and reach higher levels. Each level gained will greatly increase the Dragons
base stats. Petting Dragons every two hours will help build up the gold reserves needed to grow Food for them. Dragons
that have reached Level 4 can be trained as the champion before entering into a battle and unlocking the Dragon Academy
will allow Dragons to learn more about using their Elements more efficiently to defeat opponents. Read more
Which package should we buy to raise dragons ?
Thinking about how to increase food income? Farming calculator helps you plan out an optimal way of
farming food and experience while keeping the expenses in check.
“Growing these strange fruits requires some time and experience, but your dragons will appreciate it!”
Food is used to level-up Dragons. The amount of Food needed per level increases as the Dragon's Level increases.
Food is one of the most important resources of the game and is the only means of increasing the level of a Dragon. The
main method for acquiring Food is to produce it in Farms. As such, there are twelve different types of Food that can be
produced there, their availability depending on the level of the Farm. Food can also be traded for various offers in the
Whale-Mart. Currently, the amount of Food a user can have is limited to 2,147,483,647. After reaching this amount, Food
will not add up anymore and, unlike Gold, any surplus will not be sent to the Trainer's inventory. Read more