Development on the islands is impeded by obstacles in the form of bushes, trees, and rocks of varying sizes. These can be cleared for a price, but larger objects are more expensive and take longer to clear. Unlike other structures, obstacles cannot be moved, only cleared.
|Summon Time||Reward for|
|Starting Island||50|| |
|Second Island||75,000|| |
|12 Hours|| 25,000|
|Third Island||1,000,000|| |
|16 Hours|| 1,000,000|
|Fourth Island||2,500,000||17||20 Hours||None|
|Fifth Island||10,000,000|| |
|Sixth Island||50,000,000|| |
|Seventh Island||100,000,000|| |
|Eighth Island||250,000,000|| |
|Ninth Island||500,000,000|| |
|Tenth Island||1,000,000,000||45||54 Hours||None|
|Gemstone Island||400,000|| |
|Epic Breeding Island||125|| |
|Epic Breeding Sanctuary||225|| |
|Rift Island|| Unobtainable|
(Event Island - Light & Dark Magic Events)
|1||Not Applicable||Not Applicable|
|Lost Island|| 2,000 (Individual)|
(Event Island - Magic Egg Hunt)
|1||Instant|| Lost Island|
The Vernal Glass
|Firefly Festival Island||Free||1||None||None|
The standard islands are identical in size and shape, though they each start with different obstacles. Each additional island is formed with obstacles that are more expensive to clear than those on the preceding island. The Epic Breeding Island is used to breed dragons, and the Gemstone Island serves as a habitat for gemstone dragons whereas the Rift Island, was home to the Tines of the Scar, Light Vestige, and the Dark Remnant before it expired on November 20, 2013.
The islands are laid out in a grid that can be used for planning.
- Click here for a printable copy.
- On December 2, 2011 and December 20, 2012, the islands became covered in snow to commemorate the winter season in the Northern Hemisphere.
- On February 19, 2013, the "Islands" icon in the market received its own unique sound upon clicking it.
- On April 12, 2013, most of the islands' summoning times changed.
- On October 9, 2013, The "Ninth Island" was introduced as the "Eighth Island", while the previous "Eighth Island" was renumbered as the "Ninth Island".