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Revision as of 21:25, October 27, 2019

Nilia Pygmy egg
Morphodrake egg
Green egg

An egg is the first stage of a dragon's life cycle. After a suitable amount of time, and views, eggs will break open and turn into hatchlings.

Eggs can be stolen from the cave (also known as Cave Born or CB), or from the Abandoned Page (AP). Eggs displayed in cave show a mystery egg icon, although their identity can be determined by the description. Other ways of obtaining eggs are from trading with other users, breeding your own dragons, and from special BSA abilities. When breeding, if a multiclutch is produced (such as during holidays), only one egg may be kept, with others being released to the Abandoned Page.


Eggs caught from the cave cannot be abandoned or teleported until 5 hours after they are caught; bred eggs or eggs caught from the AP can be abandoned or teleported immediately. Bred eggs will also hatch faster if they and their parents belong to the same user:

Bred eggs get a small "boost"--they'll hatch easier if on the same scroll as their parents.

Users are limited to the amount of eggs that can hold at any given time, determined by the trophy badge of that user. A maximum of 8 egg slots is awarded with the Platinum trophy. User terms "egglocked" and "scroll-locked" refer to a scroll that cannot pick up any further eggs, until those eggs are hatched or dropped to the AP. A further "growth lock" occurs when the scroll exceeds the total number of growing eggs and hatchlings combined. Current totals can be viewed by clicking the trophy badge.

Special Breeds

Several dragons cannot be obtained as eggs besides through special means. Vampire eggs can only be obtained through their unique "Bite" Breed Specific Action, Guardian of Nature eggs can only be obtained through the "Summon" BSA, and Neglected Dragon eggs can only be obtained through a special creation process.

Sinomorph Dragons do not have an egg stage, as they are obtained as adults.

Actions & Uses

Eggs are often used for Neglected experiments, which are the act of attempting to "turn" an egg into a Neglected Dragon. Eggs can also be bitten by Vampire Dragons, incubated by Red Dragons, gender-influenced by Pink Dragons, warded by White Dragons, and abandoned (this last feature has no chance of failure).

You have the following Actions you can perform on your egg which are accessed from the Actions menu:

Kill: This kills the egg, turning its sprite into a jagged bottom portion of an egg shell. You may kill five eggs/hatchlings/adults before you must wait two weeks for the action to be available again. Sometimes, if an egg has collected sufficient stats to hatch but hasn't reached the 4-day mark to hatch, using Kill may hatch the egg instead, an action called forcing. This may, however, kill the egg as normal, and even if a hatchling is successfully forced, it may flee, putting it on the Abandoned Page. If an egg is killed, the following message is shown (to other viewers) on its view page:

"Unfortunately this egg has been killed."

Abandon: This abandons your egg, sending it to the Abandoned Page where other people can claim it for themselves.

Hide: Also known as fogging. This surrounds your egg in a blanket of fog, preventing it from receiving views, unique views and clicks and completely isolates it from the outside world. However, the time on your egg's life will still decrease with this option turned on. You can use this option to help cure your dragon from sickness.


As an egg gets views, unique views, and clicks, it will eventually hatch and turn into a hatchling, but this can only happen if its death timer falls to at least 4 days while having sufficient views. You have 7 days in which to collect enough views for your egg; for more information on raising your dragon, see this article. The time at which an egg or hatchling will die is called the Time of Death (ToD).

If an egg receives too many views in a short amount of time, it will become sick, and it may die if you continue to allow it to be viewed. This sickness can be cured by hiding the egg for a specific period of time. Usually 24 hours is recommended, although shorter healing times have often been reported. If an egg dies of sickness, the following message is shown (to other viewers) on the egg's view page:

"Unfortunately this egg has died of sickness."

Sickness on an egg is generally referred to as "softshell" due to the description that appears on the egg when it is sick. Eggs are more susceptible to sickness in their first 24 hours of life; it is recommended that eggs, especially important ones, be hidden and stay off Click Sites and other places until they are at least a day old.

When it is close to hatching, the egg will visually display cracks on it. These cracks will gradually become larger and later turn into a gaping hole when the dragon is nearly ready to hatch. There are 6 stages of an egg hatching: the first (0) stage is the regular egg sprite, and the last (5th) stage is when the egg has a gaping hole. Some eggs are given custom cracking sequences, such as those of Paper Dragons, Magma Dragons and Gemshard Dragons.

Eggs cannot be frozen, named, or described. Leetle Trees are technically listed as eggs, although they remain permanently frozen on the user's scroll as they are. There are also several Fake Eggs that have appeared over time through gag events, though neither Leetle Trees nor Fake Eggs will hatch.

Egg Sequences

When an egg is hatching, it displays a cracking sequence. Most eggs follow the same cracking sequence, but some eggs have unique cracking sequences, such as some of the ones listed below.

Every egg cracking sequence has 5 stages of cracks, gradually getting bigger until a hole forms.

Dragon Stage 0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Dead Characterization
White White egg White crack 1 White crack 2 White crack 3 White crack 4 White crack 5 White dead egg Common cracking sequence for all standard eggs.
Ochredrake Ochredrake egg Ochredrake crack 1 Ochredrake crack 2 Ochredrake crack 3 Ochredrake crack 4 Ochredrake crack 5 Ochredrake dead egg Common cracking for all DC Drake eggs.
Common Pygmy Pygmy egg Pygmy crack 1 Pygmy crack 2 Pygmy crack 3 Pygmy crack 4 Pygmy crack 5 Pygmy dead egg Common cracking for all Pygmy eggs.

Dragon Stage 0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Dead Characterization
Aeon Wyvern Aeon Wyvern egg Aeon Wyvern crack 1 Aeon Wyvern crack 2 Aeon Wyvern crack 3 Aeon Wyvern crack 4 Aeon Wyvern crack 5 Aeon Wyvern dead egg Light fades from the egg before it shatters open.
Antarean Antarean egg Antarean crack 1 Antarean crack 2 Antarean crack 3 Antarean crack 4 Antarean crack 5 Antarean dead egg Cracks are more jagged than the common sequence.
Arcana Arcana egg Arcana crack 1 Arcana crack 2 Arcana crack 3 Arcana crack 4 Arcana crack 5 Temp img egg needed Cracks outlined in green form before green flames erupt from the egg.
Celestial Celestial egg Celestial crack 1 Celestial crack 2 Celestial crack 3 Celestial crack 4 Celestial crack 5 Celestial dead egg Egg 'opens up' to release the hatchling.
Desipis Desipis egg Desipis crack 1 Desipis crack 2 Desipis crack 3 Desipis crack 4 Desipis crack 5 Desipis dead egg Slightly different cracking than the common sequence.
Fire Gem
(Blue Variant)
Fire Gem blue egg Fire Gem blue crack 1 Fire Gem blue crack 2 Fire Gem blue crack 3 Fire Gem blue crack 4 Fire Gem blue crack 5 Fire Gem blue dead egg Features crystal veins and glowing fire from within. Has additional red and green variants.
Gemshard Gemshard egg Gemshard crack 1 Gemshard crack 2 Gemshard crack 3 Gemshard crack 4 Gemshard crack 5 Gemshard dead egg The gems on the egg start to come off while cracking.
Ember Ember egg Ember crack 1 Ember crack 2 Ember crack 3 Ember crack 4 Ember crack 5 Ember dead egg While cracking it looks more and more like a piece of live coal.
Magma Magma egg Magma crack 1 Magma crack 2 Magma crack 3 Magma crack 4 Magma crack 5 Magma dead egg It seems like molten lava is coming through the stone like egg shell.
Nexus Nexus egg Nexus crack 1 Nexus crack 2 Nexus crack 3 Nexus crack 4 Nexus crack 5 Nexus dead egg Shatters rather than cracking open.
Omen Wyrm Omen Wyrm egg Omen Wyrm crack 1 Omen Wyrm crack 2 Omen Wyrm crack 3 Omen Wyrm crack 4 Omen Wyrm crack 5 Omen Wyrm dead egg A flame grows from within the egg.
Paper Paper egg Paper peel 1 Paper peel 2 Paper peel 3 Paper peel 4 Paper peel 5 Old Paper dead egg The egg looks like it's peeled open.
Shadow Walker Shadow Walker egg Shadow Walker crack 1 Shadow Walker crack 2 Shadow Walker crack 3 Shadow Walker crack 4 Shadow Walker crack 5 Shadow Walker dead egg Common sequence, but the egg fades while going through the different stages.
Spirit Ward Spirit Ward egg Spirit Ward crack1 Spirit Ward crack2 Spirit Ward crack3 Spirit Ward crack4 Spirit Ward crack5 Spirit Ward dead egg Common sequence, but the egg cracks glow and light shines from inside the egg in the final stage.
Winter Magi Winter Magi egg Winter Magi crack 1 Winter Magi crack 2 Winter Magi crack 3 Winter Magi crack 4 Winter Magi crack 5 Winter Magi dead egg Common sequence, but the snow falls off of the egg while it cracks.
Witchlight Witchlight egg Witchlight crack 1 Witchlight crack 2 Witchlight crack 3 Witchlight crack 4 Witchlight crack 5 Witchlight dead egg Along with custom cracking, this egg's 5th stage is animated.
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