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|Affiliated Decoration: Chalice of the Vale|
- The Victory Dragon was released along with the Tenth Island, Light Dragon Boost, and the Dark Dragon Boost.
- The Victory Dragon is the first limited epic dragon with the Olympus element.
- The Victory Dragon's breeding hint cost 15 gems instead of 20 gems like all the limited epic dragons preceding it; 15 gems is the cost for non-limited epic dragons.
- On its initial release, the Victory Dragon was released without an affiliated decoration. With its second release, the Victory Dragon was released along with the Chalice of the Vale.
- "Nickee of Same-thrice" may refer to the Olympic inverted aerial skier, Nikki Stone
- "Nickee" may also refer to Nike, the Greek goddess of victory.
- "Cloud Vaulter" may be a reference to Pole Vaulters
- "Same-Thrice" is likely a reference to the famous statue of Nike, the Winged Victory of Samothrace.
- The phrase "just did it" may also be references to the brand Nike (which takes its name from the goddess), and their slogan "just do it".