Dragons Rise of Berk: The Ultimate Guide to Building and Training Your DreamWorks Dragons
There are a large number of dragons in this game. You can earn them by sending Toothless on search expeditions with Hiccup and, if you're lucky, you can get a dragon egg from the satchel. Once you find the eggs you can hatch them and place them on Berk. You can also just pay for the dragons with Runes.
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Unique dragons are individual dragons that usually have debuted in the films and series. Each player can only own one of them, however, these rare dragons usually cost a lot of runes. Unique dragons are available during special promotions that occur almost twice a week, spanning from a day to four.
Exclusive dragons are similar to Unique dragons, but you can have more than one on Berk. Some debuted in the films and series. Many of these dragons were released by Ludia every season or major festival, eg. Summer, Spring, Easter.
Common dragons are dragons that are available every time once you have reached a certain level. Players have to search for them with Toothless, or they may be earned through Card Packs. They can also be available to players with lower levels during promotions.
Exotic dragons are dragons found by Trader Johann. They have much more rare and dazzling colors than their normal counterparts and are earned through collections. A player can get more than one of the same exotic dragon.*Buffalord
Also known as Battle dragons, these dragons are fitted with armor and perform much better in battle. In the film, they were used by Drago Bludvist in his Dragon Army and are now rescued. They can be obtained from collection or special events.
Since the "legendary update", eleven new giant, so-called legendary dragons have been introduced. These dragons are placed around Berk, they can search for unique items to trade for new dragons. Each Legendary can also search for items to trade for unique dragons or runes.
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Green Death - The Green death is the less aggressive cousin of the Red Death, Located in the volcano, he keeps a close eye on the dragons living on the spacious island he unlocks. And for a fee of runes he can lower training costs. He can also find items over an eight-hour search to trade to gain his "Brute Dragons" and runes. A player requires 45 Vikings on Berk, Toothless at level 30, unlock four quests, and the Green Death collection or pay 15,000 runes.
Foreverwing - The Foreverwing is a dragon unique to Berk and lives on the tranquil mountainside disguised as a forest. he unlocks a logging space and can boost the logging efficiency by 100% as well as searching for items to unlock the "Seedling dragons". A player requires 160 Vikings on Berk, the Green Death, and unlock the collection or pay 30,000 runes to unlock the Foreverwing.
Screaming Death - The Screaming Death lives in a large tunnel on a cliff behind the Meade Hall. It can search for items for its 'Exiled Dragons' for 22 hours and can boost the battle abilities of dragons by 50%. A player has to have 2200 Vikings on Berk, the Bewilderbeast, and unlock the Screaming Death collection or pay 150,000 runes to unlock the Screaming Death.
Drago's Bewilderbeast - Drago's Bewilderbeast lives in the ocean, near a huge cave inside an island located to the west of Berk. It can search for 22h for collection items that the player can use to trade in for its 'Liberated Dragons'. It can boost the iron gathering of all dragons in exchange for runes. To obtain it, a player must have 2550 Vikings on Berk, the Screaming Death, and complete its collection or pay 150,000 runes.
Purple Death - The Purple Death lives in a gigantic lake located west of the Foreverwing's mountain. It can search for 22h for collection items that the player can use to trade in for its 'Marooned Dragons'. It can boost the amber gathering of all legendary dragons in exchange for runes. To obtain it, a player must have 6,800 Vikings on Berk, Drago's Bewilderbeast unlocked, and complete its collection or pay 150,000 runes.
Crimson Goregutter - The Crimson Goregutter lives on an island east of the Shellfire's lair. It can search for 24h for collection items that the player can use to trade in for other minion dragons. Unlike the rest of the legendary dragons, the Crimson Goregutter does not have dragons of its own. It can boost the fish and wood gathering of all dragons in exchange for runes. To obtain it, a player must have 8,100 Vikings on Berk, the Shellfire unlocked, and complete its collection or pay 200,000 runes.
Dragons can log for wood here. When dragons log for wood, lumberjacks will stand beside large pine trees, and chop wood and dragons will have to hover over the trees to get wood. There are three Sawmills on Berk, each can be upgraded to have three spots.
The Fish Hut is where dragons can fish. When dragons fish, boats with fishermen on them will be deployed and dragons will have to fish beside them. There are three on Berk in total, each one can be upgraded to have three fishing slots.
The Hangar is a place to store dragons that a player chooses not to place on Berk. The 3D Hangar on the edge of the cliff has many functions in it. Dragons live in a comfortable habitat in it and the player can feed, send for training, name, view statistics and release them from inside the Hangar. Dragons can be placed onto Berk or placed into the Hangar anytime unless the Dragon Capacity on Berk or the Hangar runs out. A player can upgrade the Hangar with runes to store more dragons.
Fleet Mode is a new game mode that was released on December 5th, 2015. The objective is to defend Berk from Raiders using dragons with the aid of supports (Catapult and Flare). Before combat begins, you can scout first for 30 seconds where you can view the five different types of ships: Flagship, Armored Ship, Attack Ship, Ranged Ship, and Supply Ship. When combat begins, you start off with 30 energy. Energy is used for deploying dragons or for using the Catapult and Flare. The combat ends when you have destroyed the Flagship, retreating, if the time runs out or if all your dragons get exhausted. At the end of a successful defend, you will receive Treasure Key as your reward. Depending on how quickly you destroy the Flagship dealt with Berk, you can receive from 1-3 Treasure Keys. Treasure Keys are used to opening Treasure Chests. The chest will randomly offer you rewards such as resources or collection items including gears. Gears can be used to unlock defender dragons.There are currently 3 different dragon types:
Defender dragons (indicated by a green heart) withstand huge amounts of damage and therefore, should be used as a shield for other dragons. However, the firepower is rather weak and they attack at a close range. This enables them to fire at a Ranged Ship without getting hit.
All of them have different abilities that help you in combat if you use them well. There is also a specialized type of standard dragon called Battle Dragon. These dragons have better combat statistics, but they get less Fish or Wood. You can get them from Trader Johann collections by completing the number of collection items you need to gather for it.
The Flagship is the main ship of the fleet. Taking out other ships will help to bring down their health. However, defeating the Flagship only also brings victory. The Flagship deploys gigantic fireballs from their catapult onto Berk. These ships are unable to attack dragons.
These ships are small but attack dragons rapidly with arrows. They take down dragons the fastest, hence their name. As these ships can only attack at a close range, attacking at a distance works best.
The Armored Ship attacks dragons at a distance slowly. However, they are tough and are hard to take down. They also have the ability to shoot down dragons at a far distance, including Ranged Sharpshooters.
Jay Baruchel, America Ferrera, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, T.J. Miller, and David Tennant reprise their voice-acting roles from the film. Other cast members include Julie Marcus and Andree Vermeulen as Ruffnut (previously voiced by Kristen Wiig), Zack Pearlman as Snotlout (previously voiced by Jonah Hill), Chris Edgerly as Gobber the Belch (previously voiced by Craig Ferguson), and Nolan North as Stoick the Vast (previously voiced by Gerard Butler).
A 3D Unity-based in-browser game, titled Dragons: Wild Skies, was launched on August 27, 2012, on CartoonNetwork.com. Players will go through a tutorial with Hiccup, and train a Deadly Nadder, before being able to free roam around the several islands in the Barbaric Archipelago, with dragons scattered around them. The player can choose to be a blonde/brunette male or female Viking, before setting off to explore the islands. To train a dragon, players must feed the dragons correct food before doing correct gestures to gain the dragon's trust. In the game, players do not die or otherwise fail. Players complete challenges to earn gold for buying tools to obtain food for training dragons. The overworld consists of six islands, each with a unique dragon to tame. The number of dragons and worlds to explore is set to expand over time, as the series introduces more and more places and dragons...
Play Dragons: Rise of Berk on PC and Mac to start building your very own Berk today. Jump right into the world of DreamWorks' Dragons and start collecting, hatching, and raising nearly 300 different and unique dragons. Your favorite dragons and characters are here from the hit movie and television series, like Hiccup and Toothless, along with a whole new cast of characters and dragons as they attempt to protect Berk from mysterious and dangerous strangers to the land.
Build your own island of Berk and start searching for new dragons to hatch and train. Compete against other trainers in the exciting Champions of Berk to win cool rewards and fun prizes. The stunning visuals and amazing audio effects will bring your favorite series to life right on your computer screen, including at least a dozen dragons straight from the film and television world of dragons, like Stormfly, Toothless, and Skullcrusher.