DragonVale Wiki


Find below all the DragonVale Dragons and information you need to know about in DragonVale! Play DragonVale like no other knowing everything about breeding the dragons to how much they earn per minute. Remember that all breeding is random, you have the best information on breeding but luck also plays an important role in this game. If you find something you’d like to add please comment below the DragonVale Wiki page and it will be added for you!

DragonVale Dragon Wiki Index List

Newest Dragons are listed first

Equinox Dragon
Paper Dragon
Blue Moon Dragon
DragonVale: Sapphire Dragon
DragonVale: Silver Dragon
DragonVale: Rain Dragon
DragonVale: Ironwood Dragon
DragonVale: Peridot Dragon*New*
DragonVale: Bronze Olympus Dragon
DragonVale: Silver Olympus Dragon
DragonVale: Gold Olympus Dragon

DragonVale: Gold Dragon
DragonVale: Ruby Dragon
DragonVale: Firework Dragon
DragonVale: Evergreen Dragon
DragonVale – Solstice Dragon
DragonVale Quicksilver Dragon
DragonVale Pearl Dragon
DragonVale Forge Dragon

DragonVale Copper Dragon 
DragonVale Emerald Dragon

DragonVale Butterfly Dragon
DragonVale Current Dragon
DragonVale Plasma Dragon

DragonVale Sakura Dragon
DragonVale Dodo Dragon
DragonVale Steel Dragon
DragonVale Bloom Dragon

Metal Dragons

DragonVale Magnetic Dragon
DragonVale Chrome Dragon
DragonVale Metal Dragon
DragonVale Rust Dragon
DragonVale Brass Dragon
DragonVale Iron Dragon
DragonVale Mine Dragon

DragonVale Leap Year Dragon

DragonVale Clover Dragon

Clover Dragon

DragonVale Love Dragon

DragonVale Love Dragon Level 1 - Baby

“The rare love dragon hails from the western slope of the Berrywhite Mountains and only shows up for a few weeks each year when love is strong in the air. Getting one of these lovely beasts is sure to inspire your visitors to buy flowers and maybe even find a spark of love.”

DragonVale Panlong Dragon

DragonVale Panlong Dragon

DragonVale Reindeer Dragon

Reindeer Dragon

“These hybrid dragons come from the Far North and can only be bred near the end of the year. Centuries ago, the magical toymaker Sandakloz journeyed north to study these rare creatures. He never returned from his journey, but every year since, during the month when reindeers dragons can be bred, children wake up one day to find magical toys in boxes bearing the old mage’s signature.”

DragonVale Bone Dragon

Bone Dragon

“Bone dragons can only be found for a couple weeks during the year. The rest of the year it is believed that they burrow underground near cemeteries to be around other bones. but I bet if you breed one and put it in a habitat with other bones, it would stick around. Or perhaps near a heat source to keep away the bone-chilling winter cold?”

DragonVale Air Dragon

“Air dragons spend almost their entire lives in the air — eating, playing and even sleeping without ever touching the ground. It is rare indeed that anyone ever gets to view this dragon up close. Wizards have confirmed that this dragon is the result of breeding fire and water dragons.”

DragonVale Blazing Dragon

“The blazing dragon is a master of flight and is remarkably fast. Many attempts have been made to craft a magical blazing saddle, but thus far nothing could withstand the fire for long.”

DragonVale Sandstorm Dragon

“Throughout the ages, enthusiasts have risked the harshest deserts in search of the sandstorm dragon to hear the percussive beat and the syncopated rhythms of its wings. Some minstrels have tried to recreate the sound in a new form of music they lovingly call “tectonica.” The prospect of hearing the real thing, without braving a dangerous sandstorm, is bound to attract many visitors.”

DragonVale Sonic Dragon

“The sonic dragon usually makes almost no sound as it flies, but can sometimes be found harassing travelers by breaking the sound barrier close overhead. Though it resembles a bat, and does in fact communicate similarly, the yellow glow from its scales make this dragon entirely too obvious at night.”

DragonVale Willow Dragon

“Don’t let the sullen look fool you, the willow dragon is probably just mooning over the beauty of its environment. Those who spend any amount of time with it invariably feel an increased sense of calm.”

DragonVale Cold Dragon

“The cold dragon is revered in the northern countries where people will often worship them and offer them food in exchange for protection. Some tribes refer to them as the grandfathers of the North because of the signature fur that grows near the front of their mouths. This is the most intelligent of all the common dragon breeds known.”

DragonVale Ice Dragon

“This is one cold-blooded creature. Literally. The ice dragon is so cold that water condenses and freezes on its wings and webbed ears so that it looks like it is almost made of ice.”

DragonVale Mountain Dragon

“The mountain dragon is a solitary beast, found wandering the frozen highlands to the north. It’s long horns and sheilded back protect it from, well, everything. Since nothing threatens it, it is one of the calmest dragons around.”

DragonVale Snow Dragon

“Some enthusiasts will mistake the rare snow dragon for a more common cold dragon. You can tell by the curly horns and the sleek frame that this dragon was made for flight more than land. Snow dragons almost never land, preferring to journey slowly through the northern skies, observing from a distance.”

DragonVale Frostfire Dragon

“While researching his forthcoming work, The Origins of Dragons, Professor Dravin happened upon the uncharted Palagos Islands and returned with a hatchling that astonished the wizards–the world’s first frostfire dragon.”

DragonVale Earth Dragon

“Despite the harshness of their habitat, the earth dragon is the least restless of all known breeds. They are suprememly well adapted for their desert homes with thick skin and large bodies to store water. The spikes on their back offer protection from predators, but honestly, what animal in its right mind would think to take on one of these massive beasts?”

DragonVale Moss Dragon

“The unusual two legged moss dragon is truly one of nature’s marvels. Capable of living in the harsh extremes of the desert, it is also found wandering through forested regions. This beast wanders the world blind and happy as an adult.”

DragonVale Mud Dragon

“Mud dragons love to eat. Second only to eating, mud dragons love to play around in muck. They are so often covered in mud that you rarely ever see their natural skin color. Of course, you wouldn’t be able to tell if you were seeing their natural skin color or not, since it looks an awful lot like mud.

DragonVale Quake Dragon

“The regal quake dragon commands respect everywhere it goes. Though its sharp horns and thunderous footsteps instill fear in most everyone nearby, it is one of the most gentle dragons known. Their true intelligence is unknown, but many experts suspect that they could hold their own even against some of the smartest people alive.”

DragonVale Fire Dragon

“When you think of dragons, the fierce fire dragon is probably at the forefront of your thoughts. It is true that these beasts get cranky when they are cold. All you have to do is keep them warm and they become as harmless as the ground beneath their feet! Nevermind that their feet are typically found above active volcanos.”

DragonVale Blue Fire Dragon

“We’re not exactly sure where the blue fire comes from. We didn’t think it was possible. We’re also not sure if their fire is cold or hot since nobody has been brave enough to test it.”

DragonVale Firefly Dragon

“The magical glow from their tails can be seen in the skies for miles around. They look like stars at night but their insect-like shape tends to scare people away, but I think they’re kind of cute!’

DragonVale Lava Dragon

“The lava dragon was the first to undeniably establish that some dragons use magic to fly. While its wings are more than enough to bring it aloft as a juvenile, they remain the same size throughout its life. This creates a somewhat awkward looking adult appearance that it probably wouldn’t enjoy you pointing out.”

DragonVale Scorch Dragon

“Believed to be the ancient ancestor of the more common fire dragon, scorch dragons tend to play in thunderstorms, tornadoes, wildfires or any other extremely dangerous place. Through much hard work (and some pretty impressive healing magic) we learned enough about these ancient beasts to keep them – and your visitors – safe and happy in your park.”

DragonVale Flower Dragon

“The bright flower dragon is a favorite among dragon hobbyists. Though they sometimes get carried away, they aren’t really dangerous. Just remember that they only bite because they think it’s playing. It’s important to train them not to bite before they get too big.”

DragonVale Crystal Dragon

“The crystal dragon hoards shiny things. So long as you don’t look too greedy around it, this dragon will be quite content to let you hang around.”

DragonVale Lightning Dragon

“The lightning dragon lives amongst magic in the highest strom-ridden mountains of the world. Naturally a solitary creature, the lightning dragon does not fight for territory so much as stare down the approacher until it backs down and wanders away, embarrassed.”

DragonVale Storm Dragon

“Native to mountain regions, the storm dragon loves to come out during snowy thunderstorms at high altitudes. It is a common dragon but few people know they’ve seen one because storm dragons look like lightning shooting across the sky and their roar sounds like rolling thunder.”

DragonVale Plant Dragon


“People will love to come see your plant dragons play in their beautiful green habitat. They are the friendliest of all the dragon breeds and make great pets!”

DragonVale Poison Dragon

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“The poison dragon loves people. Not for breakfast, it just thinks they’re great company. Unfortunately, people don’t often react well to their deadly neurotoxin. Best to watch it play with its own kind from a safe distance.”

Swamp Dragon

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“The swamp dragon is the master of its domain, though not at all territorial. A truly strange breed, but one that teaches you something new every time you study it.”

Tree Dragon

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“Few people are comfortable watching a tree flying in the sky, which is perhaps why this hybrid is misunderstood as ancient and unknowable. The older ones have been known to offer a helping hand to those lost in a forest, or a friendly conversation to those wandering alone.”

Water Dragon


“The water dragon is native to places where magic-imbued waters collect. It needs to have a very specific combination of magic and minerals. They are the most playful dragon ever seen, sure to cause a splash with your incoming visitors.”

Seaweed Dragon

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“The seaweed dragon is very concerned with its appearance. This dragon is not only social but it craves attention from anyone. For some reason, the only creature it doesn’t get along with is the occasional other seaweed dragon.”

Fog Dragon

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“Very little has ever been recorded about this gentle beast. Something about being in the presence of a fog dragon is so relaxing that any researcher who set out to observe them up-close wound up forgetting to write anything down. Our oldest records recount one researcher’s memory of his encounter as ‘a little hazy.’”

Iceberg Dragon

DragonVale Iceberg Dragon Level 1

“A deft swimmer and an excellent dancer, this recently discovered rare cousin of the ice dragon has a horn made entirely of pure ice.”

Special Dragons

DragonVale Moon Dragon

Moon Dragon

DragonVale Sun Dragon

Moon Dragon

DragonVale Rainbow Dragon

Rainbow Dragon


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  8 Responses to “DragonVale Wiki”

  1. Is there anyway you can add a number of dragons you own under the pictures of the eggs so you know which dragons you own to make it easier when breeding them?

  2. coool

  3. I was on level 34 and suddenly the site opened to PARK view where it showed me as just starting the game..I must have clicked on the wrong choice because now my level 34 is gone. It is too much work starting over, although I am trying. How do I get my level 34 game back. There isnt much time left to get the out of season dragons…HELP!!!

  4. I have babe n breeding hydra forever! No luck! Quake and current amd nothing! For months! Whats up w that?

  5. Sorry about the spelling of that, my kindle does what she wants sometimes. I have bred current and quake forever, on and off, but alot on, trying to get hydra, and never get it. Any suggestions? My dragons are level 17

  6. Oh, and I was at.level 60 max, buy now they have decided to go to level 65. Dont know why tho, all they have given is ability to get another habitat, like forever, would like to.see something else new! Or give free something very now and then. :)

  7. I would also like to.ask, why does the amount of visitors go lower everytime you leave park and return? Dont beleive it is really visitors, is points.for buying things, but why does it lower? I have been at 240 and then.down to 150?????

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