Special Update: Crystal Dragon Lair Unlocked

So I finally unlocked a crystal dragon lair and here is what I’ve learned:

This is the crystal dragon lair which is available as a goal at L2. This is probably another gateway to mojo purchases, trying to get even beginning players hooked on the big doses.

  • The value is relatively low at 83cp hourly and 2380 total cp over 30 hours. The vendors return is moderate at 105cp and 3175 total. You will have to decide if it’s worth it.
  • ngmoco:) claims the crimson lair which can be earned once you complete the crystal quest will be the most valuable building in your kingdom, but you will only get one and the value remains undetermined.
  • Once you earn a dragon, additional dragons don’t count toward the crimson quest. The counter resets at zero.

The six dragon pictures don’t really show the rarer dragons which have stripes and artifacts on their backs. The emerald, ruby and crystal dragons are really rare and hard to catch, especially the ruby and crystal. Use the mojo to catch one if you want one.

I don’t know about the crimson dragon, but the crystal dragon is not worth the sixty plus mojo it will cost to earn it.

In spite of ngmoco:)’s assurances that they are releasing more of the rare dragons, I haven’t seen anymore than usual. I’ve seen three emerald, one ruby and one crystal in three days.

I wouldn’t spend mojo on every dragon you see, but I would try to catch as many dragons as possible with the free net in case they trigger even more of the rarer dragons.

I haven’t been able to confirm whether or not you can catch one of the common dragons (green, purple and orange) with the free net before you catch one with the mojo net. It has yet to happen for me in either of the two quests.

Based on my experience, the free net catches about one in three purple dragons, one in four to five green dragons, and one in ten orange dragons. Since the free net costs nothing, and each dragon caught is passed on to another player.

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