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#1 nikkums

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Posted 25 April 2012 - 12:00 PM

In order to participate in the dragon feature you are going to need some Dragon Scales. Posted Image

You can earn Dragon Scales by:
- Completing Cash Offers that pay in Dragon Scales.
- Completing Daily Surveys and forming Dragon Scale Chain Bonuses.
- Productively talking in the Treasure Trooper Chat Room for an hour straight for 2 Dragon Scales, once a day.
- Winning an Hourly Contest in the Treasure Trooper Chat Room that has a prize of 3 Dragon Scales.
- Patting Someone on the Back in the Treasure Trooper Chat Room for 1 Dragon Scale, three times a day.
- Winning a Dragon Scale on the Jungle Slots.
- Converting Arrowheads or Cash in to Dragon Scales.


Once you have accumulated Dragon Scales you are now ready to visit Cogg's Coop for all your dragon essentials and necessities, as well as the Dragon Lair to begin your interactive dragon journey.

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You only have to purchase the Egg Nest once but you must purchase an Egg Nest before you can purchase any Dragon Eggs.

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After you have purchased an Egg Nest you can begin purchasing Dragon Eggs. The Egg Nest holds a maximum of five Dragon Eggs at one time. If you attempt to purchase an egg/breed an egg while maximum occupancy has already been reached, you will be prompted with this message, "Looks like your nest is full. Hatch some of your eggs to make room!"

Special Note: Dragon Egg images are completely random and have nothing to do with what dragon is awaiting inside.

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You must incubate a Dragon Egg for 96 hours in order for it to hatch. You can do this by purchasing 12 Heat Lamp Bulbs, per egg. Each Heat Lamp Bulb will last for 8 hours and you must wait for the full 8 hours to pass before you can apply another one.

How to apply a Heat Lamp Bulb to a Dragon Egg once you are in the Dragon Nest:
1st) Click on a Dragon Egg, 2nd) Click on Use Bulb

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A Dragon Egg cannot hatch from Heat Lamp Bulbs alone. It also needs 25 Human Touches.

How to get to the links to get Human Touches on a Dragon Egg once you are in the Dragon Nest:
1st) Click on a Dragon Egg, 2nd) Click on Get Touches

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Special Note: You cannot post Dragon Egg Banner links on any official Treasure Trooper property: Forums, Chat Room, Official Treasure Trooper Facebook Group, Jack Amazon's Facebook, or Treasure Trooper's Twitter. You must accumulate your Human Touches outside of Treasure Trooper.

Once your Dragon Egg has successfully reached 00:00:00 Incubation Hours and 0 Human Touches, you are now ready to hatch your dragon.

How to hatch a Dragon Egg:
While in the Egg Nest - 1st) Click on a ready to be hatched Dragon Egg, 2nd) Name your Baby Dragon, 3rd) Your Baby Dragon can now be found in the Dragon Cave

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To start with your Dragon Cave is only big enough to hold one dragon. Every time you buy a Dragon Cave Upgrade you are making room for it to hold one more dragon. Your Dragon Cave can hold a maximum of 30 dragons, meaning you can buy 29 Dragon Cave Upgrades total.  You can see your current Dragon Cave Level by accessing the Dragon Cave and viewing the Roman Numeral located at the top. (1 - I, 2 - II, 3 - III, 4 - IV, 5 - V, 6 - VI, 7 - VII, 8 - VIII, 9 - IX, 10 - X, 11 - XI, 12 - XII, 13 - XIII, 14 - XIV, 15 - XV, 16 - XVI, 17 - XVII, 18 - XVIII, 19 - XIX, 20 - XX, 21 - XXI, 22 - XXII, 23 - XXIII, 24 - XXIV, 25 - XXV, 26 - XXVI, 27 - XXVII, 28 - XXVIII, 29 - XXIX, 30 - XXX)

If you hatch more dragons from your Egg Nest then your Dragon Cave has enough room for, you will be given this message: "OOPS! Your egg cannot hatch until there is room in the Dragon Cave for the baby to live! Visit Cogg's Coop to upgrade your Dragon Cave." Nothing bad will happen if you receive this message. Your dragon will simply stay in the Egg Nest until you have enough room in your Dragon Cave to hatch it.

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Dragon Food is used to feed Baby/Adolescent Dragons. You must feed Baby/Adolescent Dragons at least once every 24 hours. It is recommended to feed your Baby/Adolescent Dragon at least 5 minutes before the timer reaches 24:00:00. If you forget to feed your Baby/Adolescent Dragon it will moved to the Medical Station for Malnutrition.

Special Note: Administering a dose of Dragon Medicine will count as Dragon Food for that dragon, meaning you will have 24 hours from the time you heal it before you must feed it again.

How to give Dragon Food:
Open the Dragon Lair - 1st) Click on the Dragon Nest, 2nd) Click on a Baby/Adolescent Dragon, 3rd) Click on Posted Image

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Once you click Feed, your Baby/Adolescent Dragons last feeding timer will reset to 00:00:00 and begin counting upward. It can take a few seconds before the timer resets to zero.

It takes 168 hours in the Dragon Cave for a Baby Dragon to become an Adolescent Dragon. It takes 168 hours in the Dragon Cave for an Adolescent Dragon to become an Adult Dragon. Any time your dragon spends in the Medical Station due to Malnutrition does not count towards the 168 hours your Baby/Adolescent Dragon needs to mature.

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Using a Growth Hormone is an easy way to advance your dragon to the next growth stage. If you have a Baby Dragon and use a Growth Hormone, your Baby Dragon will become an Adolescent Dragon. If you have an Adolescent Dragon and use a Growth Hormone, your Adolescent Dragon will become an Adult Dragon.

How to use a Growth Hormone:
Open the Dragon Lair - 1st) Click on the Dragon Cave, 2nd) Click on a Baby/Adolescent Dragon, 3rd) Click on Posted Image

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Dragon Food and Growth Hormones are your only two options when it comes to growing a dragon. Regardless of which ever one you choose, you will be alerted when your dragon becomes an Adolescent and when your dragon becomes an Adult.

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Once your dragon has become an Adult Dragon, you no longer have to worry about feeding it. You now instead get to focus on raising its trust. The higher the trust your Adult Dragon has, the more you will be able to do with it.

The most common way to raise your Adult Dragons trust is by choosing to Interact with it. You can Interact with your Adult Dragon once every 3 hours, but be advised that finding its Hate or Dislikes may send it to the Medical Station for Depression. If this happens, your Adult Dragon's trust will only be at 1% once you Heal it.

How to Interact with your Adult Dragon:
Open the Dragon Lair - 1st) Click on the Dragon Cave, 2nd) Click on Posted Image, 3rd) Click on one of the 9 Interactions

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There are 9 ways to Interact with your Adult Dragon: Fly With Dragon, Wrestle, Tickle, Swim With Dragon, Scratch Dragon’s Belly,
Tell Story, Groom, Hunt With Dragon, Play Fetch With Dragon

Understanding the impact Interactions will have on your Adult Dragon:
Finding its Love will raise its trust 10%.
Finding one of its Likes will raise its trust 5%.
Finding some thing it finds Neutral will do nothing.
Finding one if its Dislikes will decrease its trust by 20%.
Finding its Hate will decrease its trust by 30%.

Plucking scales from an Adult Dragon, Breeding two Adult Dragons, and sending an Adult Dragon to the Medical Station for Depression, are also considered an Interaction and will require you to wait 3 hours afterwards before you can use one of the above 9 Interactions.

Special Note: If you do not Interact with your Adult Dragon for 36 hours, it will lose 5% trust.

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A Dragon Treat raises an Adult Dragon's trust by 20%.

How to give an Adult Dragon a Dragon Treat once you are in the Dragon Cave:
1st) Click on an Adult Dragon, 2nd) Click on Give Treat

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After you click on Give Treat the screen will load to the Interaction screen showing your Adult Dragon with 20% more trust then it previously had, as well as display this message, "YourAdultDragonsName gobbles up the treat! You are rewarded with a loud burp."

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The Medical Station is basically a dragon's second home. The more active you are in all the dragon areas available, the more familiar you will become with the four ways your dragon can end up in the Medical Station: Malnutrition, Depression, Lost Battle, Quest Trauma.

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Each time your dragon ends up in the Medical Station you must buy a dose of Dragon Medicine to Heal it before you can use that dragon actively again.

How to give an Adult Dragon some Dragon Medicine once you are in the Medical Station:
1st) Click on Heal, 2nd) If you click on a Dragon in the Dragon Cave that is currently in the Medical Station, you will be given the message in pictorial two


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The Slaughter Mill allows you to do three things: Pull Scale, Harvest Dragon, Sell Dragon

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Posted Image allows you to Sell your Adult Dragon for its cash value.

How to Pull Scales from your Adult Dragon:
Open the Dragon Lair - 1st) Click on the Slaughter Mill, 2nd) Click on Posted Image, 3rd) Click on Posted Image to Confirm

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Each time you pull a scale from your Adult Dragon, your Adult Dragons trust drops by 10% for the total number of scales pulled.

Special Note: You can only pull a maximum of 9 scales total from each Adult Dragon and it is your responsibility to keep track of how many you have pulled.

Understanding how an Adult Dragons trust drops per scale pulled:
My Adult Dragon began with 93% trust - 1st) 1st scale pulled dropped it 10%, 2nd) 2nd scale pulled dropped it 20%, 3rd) 3rd scale pulled dropped it 30%
(4th = 40% drop, 5th = 50% drop, 6th = 60% drop, 7th = 70% drop, 8th = 80% drop, 9th = 90% drop)
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How to Harvest an Adult Dragon:
While in the Slaughter Mill - 1st) Click on Posted Image, Click on Posted Image to Confirm, 3rd) Your Adult Dragon is now Harvested and you can locate how many Dragon Scales you received towards the bottom of the final message

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Harvesting an Adult Dragon will result in all your other Adult Dragons within the Dragon Cave losing 25% trust. It is important for you to make sure all your Adult Dragons have a high amount of trust before you Harvest one, otherwise you may end up with Adult Dragons in the Medical Station for Depression.

Your Adult Dragon must have at least 50% trust to be Harvested. If you attempt to Harvest your Adult Dragon with a lower amount you will be prompted with this message, "YourAdultDragonsName does not trust you enough to let you approach him/her with a knife right now. Raise his/her trust level!"

How to Sell an Adult Dragon:
While in the Slaughter Mill - 1st) Click on Posted Image, 2nd) Click on Posted Image to Confirm, 3rd) Your Adult Dragon is now sold and a refreshed My Treasure page will display an increase in Amount Due
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Selling an Adult Dragon will result in all your other Adult Dragons within the Dragon Cave losing 25% trust. It is important for you to make sure all your Adult Dragons have a high amount of trust before you Sell one, otherwise you may end up with Adult Dragons in the Medical Station for Depression.

Your Adult Dragon must have at least 90% trust to be sold. If you attempt to Sell your Adult Dragon with a lower amount you will be prompted with this message, "YourAdultDragonsName does not trust you enough to let you transfer ownership over to Professor Cogg."

You may only Sell one dragon, per 30 days. If you attempt to Sell a dragon before the full 30 days has passed you will be prompted with this message, "You have recently sold a dragon. You may only sell one every 30 days."

Special Note: The only way to know how much time has passed since you previously sold an Adult Dragon is for you to keep note of the exact date and time you sold it. It is your responsibility to keep track if you wish to know.

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Your Adult Dragons must have at least 75% trust in order for them to access the Breeding Pit. Also, the Adult Dragons you choose to Breed lose 30% trust after they produce a Dragon Egg.

How to use the Breeding Pit:
Open the Breeding Pit - 1st) Click on an Adult Male Dragon and an Adult Female Dragon, 2nd) Click on Posted Image, 3rd) Your Adult Dragons have now produced a Dragon Egg that can be found in the Egg Nest
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There are 12 possible dragon species on Treasure Trooper.

Tier 1 dragons are the most common, as they are the ones you purchase from Cogg's Coop.

~ Tier 1 ~

Snagon - Worth $5.00 Each Time Sold

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Cloudburst - Worth $5.00 Each Time Sold
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Timbertail - Worth $5.00 Each Time Sold
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Splatterback - Worth $5.00 Each Time Sold
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Snowbolt - Worth $5.00 Each Time Sold
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Snapraptor - Worth $5.00 Each Time Sold
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Tier 2, Tier 3, and Tier 4 dragons are only available through breeding. It will take some time, dedication, and lots of patience to find the right dragon pairs to breed to produce one of these Tiers.

~ Tier 2 ~

Hydraglider - Worth $10.00 1st Time Sold, $5 Each Time After

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Infernia - Worth $10.00 1st Time Sold, $5 Each Time After
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Needler - Worth $10.00 1st Time Sold, $5 Each Time After
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~ Tier 3 ~

Nightshade - Worth $20.00 1st Time Sold, $5 Each Time After

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Skittersilk - Worth $20.00 1st Time Sold, $5 Each Time After
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~ Tier 4 ~

Shimmerfly - Worth $100.00 1st Time Sold, $5 Each Time After

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Special Note: The Adult Dragon pairs needed to Breed a Tier 2, Tier 3, and Tier 4 are a secret and are not allowed to be disclosed. Each member must find them for themselves. Also, breeding Tier 2, Tier 3, and Tier 4 dragons together does not guarantee you one of the parents species. You also have the possibility of breeding a Tier 1 dragon.

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The Training Grounds allow you to Battle your Adult Dragons against other members Adult Dragons. Each time your Adult Dragon wins a Battle you will receive a reward, as well as be one win closer to reaching the next Level. The reward varies depending on what Level your Adult Dragon is on. Each time your Adult Dragon loses a Battle, it goes to the Medical Station for a Lost Battle.

Understanding Levels and Rewards:

Level 1 : 1-10 Wins - 3 Gold Coins --- 10th win moves you to Level 2.
Level 2 : 11-25 Wins - 5 Scales --- 25th win moves you to Level 3.
Level 3 : 26-50 Wins - $0.25 --- 50th win moves you to Level 4.
Level 4 : 51-100 Wins - 1 Platinum Coin --- 100th win moves you to Level 5.
Level 5 : 101+ Wins - $1.00 and 1 Pearl

You may only battle one Adult Dragon on Level 4 and one Adult Dragon on Level 5 once every 24 hours exactly. If you try and Enter Battle before the full 24 hours has passed, you will be prompted with this message, "Sorry, this dragon is too tired to fight again so soon. Please try back tomorrow or enter a different dragon into combat!"

How to Enter Battle in the Training Grounds:
Open the Dragon Lair - 1st) Click on the Training Grounds, 2nd) Click on Posted Image, 3rd) Click on Posted Image

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Posted Image will allow you to see that last Battle that was fought by the Adult Dragon you previously clicked the Fight button for.

1st) If you are the only Adult Dragon appearing on the Dragon Fight screen, it means that you are currently waiting for an opponent, 2nd) If you have an opponent, it will display both Adult Dragons and the Battle will automatically play out

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Special Note: Entering into a Battle that does not have an opponent can result in waiting many hours. When this happens it leaves members unsure of whether their Adult Dragon has fought or not. The best way to know for sure is for you to keep track of how many Wins and Losses your Adult Dragon has when you Enter Battle, since one of the two will increase after you have fought an opponent. It is your responsibility to keep track if you wish to know.

Dirty Tricks and Enhancements help provide a little something extra to bring in to Battle. Before you click Enter Battle, you will have the option to select one Enhancement, one Dirty Trick, or one of both to bring in to Battle with you. Once you have an Adult Dragon opponent, the items you chose will automatically be used as the Battle plays out, if the possibility arises. Some Battles are time sensitive and may not trigger the use of a Dirty Trick or Enhancement you chose to bring in to Battle with you, this however, does not stop them from being considered as used.

Special Note: If you win a Battle in which your Adult Dragon opponent has used a Dirty Trick or Enhancement, there is a chance that your Adult Dragon will receive the item and add it to your inventory.

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A Training Session will allow you to train an Adult Dragon in one of its dragon stats after it loses a Battle.

How to use a Training Session:
Open the Dragon Lair - 1st) Click on the Training Grounds, 2nd) Locate an Adult Dragon with broken Posted Image and click on Posted Image by the dragon stat you wish to increase, 3rd) Once you click Train, your dragons Posted Image will no longer be broken and the Posted Image buttons will no longer be click-able until your Adult Dragon loses a Battle again

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You can only Train an Adult Dragon after it loses a Battle and has broken Pride.

You can only Train an Adult Dragon 10 times per dragon Level, allotting you 50 training sessions per dragon total. If your Adult Dragon has broken Pride but it isn't allowing you to Train, this means you have already Trained the maximum of 10 times on that Level. If you don't get to Train your Adult Dragon the full 10 times on a Level, your unused Training Session opportunities will roll over in to the next Level until all 50 are used.

Special Note: Each member must learn the importance of each dragon stat on their own.

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The Quest Portal allows you to send one Adult Dragon on a daily Quest where it can win an item, win a cash prize, or be sent to the Medical Station for Quest Trauma.

How to Enter Portal:
Open the Dragon Lair - 1st) Click on the Quest Portal, 2nd) Click on Posted Image, 3rd) If you have already entered an Adult Dragon in the Quest Portal for the day, the Posted Image button will be displayed

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Valuable Items you can win:
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Dragon Essential Items you can win:
Posted Image 5 Heat Lamp Bulbs, Posted Image 5 Pieces of Dragon Food, Posted Image 1 Dose of Dragon Medicine, Posted Image 1 Dragon Treat, Posted Image 1 Growth Hormone

Dragon Combat Items you can win:
Posted Image 1 Pair of Earplugs, Posted Image 1 Defense Mechanism, Posted Image1 Coat of Kevlar Scales, Posted Image 1 Oxygen Inhaler
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Monsters you can Battle, as well as cash prize reward if you win:
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Losing a Battle with the Splectopod, Carnopede, Ripgrinder, or Nightscream will send your Adult Dragon to the Medical Station for Quest Trauma, as will these six Quests if you end up in one of them without the specified Tier 1 dragon that can survive in it:

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#2 lukepukeduke

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Posted 25 April 2012 - 04:41 PM

Awesome new guide nikkums!! I haven't read it all yet, but I know you worked hard on this. Thanks!!
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Posted 25 April 2012 - 05:23 PM

Very nice! :) This will be extremely helpful to everyone wanting to know all about dragons!

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Posted 26 April 2012 - 03:54 AM

Great guide one thing you could add is how many scales you get for harvesting your dragon
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Posted 26 April 2012 - 06:29 AM

View PostJoeko, on 26 April 2012 - 03:54 AM, said:

Great guide one thing you could add is how many scales you get for harvesting your dragon

View Postnikkums, on 25 April 2012 - 12:00 PM, said:

Posted Image allows you to Harvest your Adult Dragon for a random amount of Dragon Scales.
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Special Note: The only way to know the exact total of Dragon Scales you get from Harvesting an Adult Dragon, is for you to keep note of how many Dragon Scales you had before Harvesting and how many you have after Harvesting, then finding the difference. It is your responsibility to keep track if you wish to know.
As stated it is a random amount, but when you harvest it does not tell you how much it was hence the special note.
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Posted 26 April 2012 - 11:36 AM

View Postryan337lee, on 26 April 2012 - 06:29 AM, said:

View PostJoeko, on 26 April 2012 - 03:54 AM, said:

Great guide one thing you could add is how many scales you get for harvesting your dragon

View Postnikkums, on 25 April 2012 - 12:00 PM, said:

Posted Image allows you to Harvest your Adult Dragon for a random amount of Dragon Scales.
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Special Note: The only way to know the exact total of Dragon Scales you get from Harvesting an Adult Dragon, is for you to keep note of how many Dragon Scales you had before Harvesting and how many you have after Harvesting, then finding the difference. It is your responsibility to keep track if you wish to know.
As stated it is a random amount, but when you harvest it does not tell you how much it was hence the special note.

Sorry must of missed that
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Posted 27 April 2012 - 01:38 PM

Awesome guide!  This should be very helpful for everyone.   Thank you.
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Posted 27 April 2012 - 04:42 PM

Best dragon guide, great work nikkums. :)
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Posted 07 May 2012 - 04:08 AM

View Postptclover, on 27 April 2012 - 04:42 PM, said:

Best dragon guide, great work nikkums. Posted Image

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Posted 18 May 2012 - 05:33 PM

Wow this was very well done and gave me a better understanding of things. Thank you.... Awesome job! ^-^
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