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A calculator that outputs what Legendary dragons can be bred when pairing two chosen Epic dragons. Made because dragonbot in the official Discord server is outdated. This calculator supports all Epic dragons up to Mangorine.
Tier Lists[edit source]
(all Legendary dragons up to version v.1.0.36)
S+ dragons that u have to use in a team becuase without them u would lose as their are overpowered
S dragons that no matter how bad your team is. With the right brand set they can solo carry a whole fight for u
A+ Strong dragon that fit any team regardless of line up (the lack the strong solo carry potential)
A Good dragons, your mid tier dragon that u can play anywhere but if u meet a unfavorable match up they will play poorly (example is bone into Bae ze, barley into ash = skill counters or heavy element weakness to A+ and above dragons)
B+ dragons that need a specific team to work well otherwise they are bellow average (example, lasvig needs a strong DPS like Lucifer to use his S3 well)
B dragons that might have a niche case usage but on their own they lack anything good to bring a to team (example, enemy has only Lucifer as their main dmg dragon, u can bring strong sickle to oneshot Lucifer before he moves due to element weakness and strong single target damage)
D dragons that do poorly unless played into a specific enemy team as a counter play
F useless everywhere in PvP due to many reason
I would like to add, this is only for Arena and Alliance war
Mines and PvE content has a different playstyles and reason for dragon usage might be created upon enough requests
(all Legendary dragons up to version v.1.0.33)
This list has a primary focus on Arena, but worth in Alliance Warfare is considered. The new Bloodline is not taken into account, as Bloodstones are currently too difficult to obtain. This is for current patch v1.0.33. I will try keep this updated when there is a significant patch.Note: All of these dragons can be used to some capacity. You cannot throw together random dragons from the top to build the best team. This list is to educate on what is generally the best, and worth investing in. ”
(all Epic dragons up to version v.1.0.35)
Please note: Epic dragons are NOT good. I'd recommend a C tier legendary over even the A tier epics. This is solely for the new players.
Once you get to a high level (100+ or even before), I'd recommend resetting all epic dragons you have invested in once you have a substitute. Yes, this includes Fairy. Do not over invest in epics. They are not the end-game, and you will regret the wasted resources. You should have a team of at least 4 legendaries by level 80.S tier dragons are the only exception, and are still used in some team setups in warfare by even the best alliances and high level players. But you need to understand why they're used. ”
It goes into extreme detail about how the system works, a breakdown of the stats, what to build on who, and why. The purpose of my guide is not to tell you what to build on what dragon, but why you want to build it. This should allow players to look at a new dragon on release, and already figure out for themselves what to build on it, rather than rely on others to tell them.This is 12 pages of information varying from basic, to in-depth breakdowns that I know for a fact some high level players aren't fully familiar with, so I hope it helps whether you're level 10 or 110.”
Introduction and explanation of how dragonbrands (especially their bonuses) work, as well as a list of example stats/sets for most of the Legendary dragons.
A guide to see what type of roles the dragons fit in that play to their strengths.