Coin per minute:
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Boost Calculation Guide to use with the page linked above.
- The Palladium Dragon was released on January 27, 2014, along with the Promethium Dragon, Radiant Dragon, and the Acid Dragon.
- The Palladium Dragon was released with no sound or cry.
- The glitch was fixed on May 13, 2014.
- When first released, the Palladium Dragon received an orb way above its head when leveled up above level 10.
- The glitch was fixed on March 15, 2014.
- The multiple references to the Palladium Dragon being noble and saving others, mentioned in the description, may be a play on the term "paladin", which is used to refer to godly or noble knights.
- This also makes sense because of Palladium Dragon's "knight-in-shining-armor" style design.
- However, palladium was not named after the term paladin (despite its coincidentally shiny silver appearance), but rather the asteroid Pallas, which was discovered shortly before the element was.
- This could also be a reference to the noble gasses of the periodic table.
- The Palladium Dragon may also be a reference the roleplaying game Rifts, published by Palladium Games, due to the mention of the Rift, as well as the name itself.