Building - Decoration
During the event, epic eggs were collected by doing normal park activities. The epic eggs were "turned in" to The Burcadian Monolith for prizes based on the number of epic eggs collected since their last prize was awarded. The Burcadian Monolith's infobox has a reset timer that indicates when more epic eggs are released to be collected by players.
The Burcadian Monolith consists of seven panels in seven sections, which can each be restored by turning in a certain amount of epic eggs. When each one of the seven sections is completed, the respective prize is awarded. Panels and sections are restored in a fixed order, and as such prizes are also awarded in a fixed order.
Upon selecting The Burcadian Monolith, the options for "Help", "Turn In Eggs", "Buy", and "Info" were displayed.
"Help" opened up two tabs which provide information on the Epic Egg Hunt rules and prizes.
"Rules" offered short descriptions of each of the aspects of the Epic Egg Hunt. Information on each of the prizes is accessed through the "Prize" tab.
The prizes awarded through The Burcadian Monolith are (in order) the First Monolith Pedestal, Path of Nature, Monolith Reward Habitat, First Monolith Dragon, Second Monolith Pedestal, Second Monolith Dragon, and the Relic of the Epics.
|March 12, 2015||April 7, 2015|
- The Burcadian Monolith was released along with the Monolith Dragon, Monolith Habitat, Monolith Pedestal, Unhatched Monolith Dragon, Path of Nature, and the Relic of the Epics during the Epic Egg Hunt event.
- As each stage completes, an indentation on The Burcadian Monolith gains an epic egg.
- On March 20, 2015 the Burcadian Monolith's description was changed from "Eloni the Grower" to "Kaleni the Grower".
- The Burcadian Monolith's description states "Dra Ko Wee Ki'i". This may be a reference to the DragonVale Wiki.