Dutchy’s Breeding method
-A guide to breeding by Dutchy
This Breeding Guide will help you go for dragons that you personally like, breed dragons without wasting a lot of tokens, and give you a strategy for avoiding getting stuck in breeding or begin out of balance between your dragons and your base level.
In lower tiers (up to Green Dragons), it is best to breed all dragons. This is important for a couple of reasons:
Dragons are pretty cheap until the Green tier.
Getting all lower tier dragons gives you the chance to try them and figure out which kind of dragon (Warrior, Hunter, or Sorcerer) is your favorite to use.
It will help give you plenty of eggs for Research.
It will help you learn in the low levels of the game to do attacks. The first tiers are great for training.
Dragons that will be the most helpful for you long-term in the game are the most important. The order of importance is Rare, Epic, Legendary, and then Mythic. But the Divine dragons will be the strongest ones in your roster.
Divine dragons are purchased with Season Sigils, gained by participating in events and earning points. And the higher our team finishes in events, the more Sigils we get!
In the lower tiers, aim for these dragons as quickly as possible:
Amarok is the first Legendary Dragon and you will love him for a long time - he is very powerful as he grows. He can be bred at a pretty low level, using Baldr and Ith, somewhere between level 20 and 30. Amarok is powerful against bases up to around level 80, so he is definitely a dragon you want to have around for a longer period. Dodo is a pretty fun dragon to have and can be bred in lineage by using Hext and Etzel.
Divine Dragons require other dragons to be bred and leveled up in order to make it possible to evolve the Divine Dragons. Because of Divine Dragons, I suggest you do NOT want to breed all dragons after the Green tier. If you do breed and collect all dragons after the Green tier, you will probably get stuck on evolving your Divine Dragons at some point. Since the Divine Dragons are your strongest dragons, you don’t want to get stuck on leveling them up.
How to breed dragons after the Green tier:
After the Green tier I suggest you focus on the dragons you like or the dragons that are necessary to have for evolving your Divine Dragons.
First, go the Breeding Castle. Look for the dragon you want to get the strongest possible one in that tier. (For example, in the Green Tier, look for Hugin.).
Now, once you have decided which dragon you want (example is Hugin), but you realize you don’t have the parents yet for that dragon, you can find which parents are needed by Googling it, looking on YouTube for War Dragons breeding guides, or by using some other breeding guide to find which parents you need.
Next, breed those parents. (In the example of Hugin, you would need Bander and Kolo). If you are unable to breed the parents, use the breeding guide to find out which dragons you need to have to breed the parents, and focus on breeding them.
Basically, you look a few steps forward for which dragon you want to get in the near future, and you also want to focus on whatever dragons may be needed for evolving your Divine Dragons. Once you have the dragons needed to evolve your Divine Dragons, then just move on to the next tier.
Don’t worry about having empty dragon spots on your list. In the future, those empty spots will fill up eventually as a by-product of the breeding you do for breeding events. Most of those dragons that you miss will be weaker dragons, and will be dragons that you won’t use for very long anyways. If you concentrate on simply filling your list of dragons, you will end up spending way more egg tokens than necessary to get what you need, and it will also take you much longer to get there.
You can see what is needed to evolve your Divine Dragons by clicking on the color of the stone in the season branch by each evolve stone. Then you can plan accordingly in preparing for evolving your new Divine Dragon.
So…to summarize…I use the Breeding Guides a little differently. I don’t use them to follow the path of the Breeding Guide. Instead, I use them in searching for the parents I will need to get the dragons I want to have and the dragons I will need to have in order to evolve my Divine Dragons. If you follow this, you will be able to avoid getting stuck at evolving your dragons, and you will also save a huge amount of egg tokens. There will always be waste in egg tokens, but if you follow this strategy, rather than trying to collect every dragon, you will waste a lot less egg tokens.
This will also help you in going for the dragons that you prefer, whether Warriors, Hunters, or Sorcerers.
There is a good Breeding Guide on the Amoeba breeding site - http://www.amoebastudios.com/dragon/breedingguide.html. There is also a quick search system for searching for parents, which is very helpful.
One final note - you can also use the online breeding guides to find which parents you need for which colored eggs. This can help you in your Hall of Research. Just look to see which colored eggs you need to have for researching the boosts you need, and use the breeding guides to discover how to get those colored eggs. When you breed, then, if you’re not trying to get a specific dragon, you can breed to get specific colored eggs for research.
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