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Breeding Opposite Dragons
Opposite dragons can be bred by using the dragon of the primary element and breeding it with any hybrid dragon that has the opposite element present. However, the hybrid dragon cannot be an opposite dragon. For example, to breed the Sandstorm Dragon, the player must use an Air Dragon and breed it with any earth hybrid except a Sandstorm Dragon or Dodo Dragon.
This is an example of the rule using specific dragons:
Opposite dragons have a significantly lower percent chance of breeding than the ordinary hybrid dragons, and is not guaranteed each time the player tried to obtain one. It will probably take multiple attempts before breeding one so it is suggested to not give up and to keep trying until one is bred.
There is another method to breed opposite dragon, it has a much higher success rate, but it can only be used to duplicate an already existing opposite dragon, either the players own or a friend's by using the Coop Breeding Cave.
This method works by using the rule that when a the elements of the parents can not produce any ordinary hybrid dragons, the result will be a duplicate of one of the parents, each one with 50% chance.
In order for the combination to not produce any ordinary hybrids the parents must only have 2 elements which are opposites. Normally this doesn't seem possible, since primary dragons of opposite elements can not breed together, but by using an already existing opposite dragon it is possible, by breeding the opposite dragon with a primary dragon that is one of the elements the opposite dragon, or with an other opposite dragon with the same elements.
This is an example of using this method to get a Blue Fire Dragon:
Each parent has equal chance of being the one that gets duplicated, which means 50% chance that the child will be a Blue Fire Dragon, and 50% chance of Fire Dragon, but since the Fire Dragon only has 5 minutes breeding time, another attempt can be made just a short while later, and most opposite dragon have someone they can breed with for very short waiting time in case of failure.
Some opposite dragons may not follow the standard rules.
Opposite Dragon Overview
There are ten non-limited opposite dragons in the game currently: the Blue Fire Dragon, Frostfire Dragon, Sandstorm Dragon, Dodo Dragon, Plasma Dragon, Current Dragon, Malachite Dragon, Ironwood Dragon, Shadow Dragon, and the Mirage Dragon.
Cyclops Dragon, while requiring 3 elements to breed normally, Lightning, Water and Metal, only adds 2 of those, Lightning and Water to the breeding pool, since those are opposites, Cyclops Dragons can easily be duplicated the same way as opposite dragons.
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Previously Hidden Dragons
These opposite dragons were not shown in the market for a brief period prior to their release into the market, but were still breedable while not in the market.
- On December 19, 2012, all of the opposite dragons disappeared from the market, but could still be bred.
- The Reindeer Dragon was an opposite dragon before the Metal Dragon was introduced. After the Metal Dragon's release it was no longer considered an opposite dragon, since the metal element became the opposite to plant rather than cold. This also changed how cold and plant boosts affected the earning rates.
- All of the opposite dragons are recolorations, with slight differences, of their primary element dragon, with the exception of the Light Rift Dragon, the Dark Rift Dragon, the Iron Blossom Dragon, and the Thorn Dragon.
- On June 27, 2013, all opposite dragons received a unique design of infobox that includes a "curtain" on either side of the box, with the exception of the Light Rift Dragon, and the Dark Rift Dragon.
- Before negative boosts were removed on August 7, 2014, opposite dragons were unable to be affected positively by a boost.