There's no exact number, but just skimming through my own adult dragons it looks like it usually takes somewhere between 600-1000 unique views and 3000-7000 total views to reach adulthood. It may take more or less depending on several factors, such as the breed and age of the egg or hatchling. Eggs won't hatch and hatchlings won't turn into adults until their timer is at 4 days or less.
If you're having a hard time getting your dragons to grow, you may want to check out some click sites.
In future, could you make sure to give files useful, specific names when uploading to the wiki? File names like "Sc3i.gif" make it difficult to know what the file is when looking at the upload logs and while editing the source code. If you're not sure what to name a file, just check some of the files that are already on the article. :)
hey, I hope you don't mind that I finished both articles. I added the missing sprite for Xol (killed an egg to do that rip) and added both to the featured rotator. I apologize profusely if I shouldn't have done that
Thanks! Alas, it always must be done :) I think there's one of the Legendary Trio eggs that needs the dead egg sprite updated, but I haven't got around to killing one yet. XD
Thank you for your help! I am gonna pop the checklists back on those two articles 'cause there are a few last things that need to be done before they can be signed off on. But no need to apologize, the checklists are there to let people know how they can be helpful around the wiki! I appreciate it!!
Generally I consider the "end" of an event or a release to be when the news thread for the event or release is closed. For regular dragon releases, that's usually about a week from the start of the release, give or take a day.
Thanks! And thanks for grabbing the dead egg sprite!
Speaking of uploading sprites, just a quick note: if you're uploading an image that came from the Dragon Cave website, please make sure to include the copyright notice when you upload! You can find it in the "Licensing" dropdown on the file uploader tool. Just select the "Copyrighted by Dragon Cave..." option and it'll automatically add the notice. :)
Current policy is that codes shouldn't be exposed without permission from the dragon's owner. Basically, we assume permission is denied until it's explicitly given. Since there's no one to give permission for wild dragons, I'm going to err on the side of not exposing them for the time being.
We would still need the owner's permission to include the dragon in any articles. The owner would need to offer some evidence that they do own the dragon, and say they were okay with it being mentioned in an article.