This page includes information on all Dragons World Eggs separated into breeding categories (Primary, Common Hybrid, Rare Hybrid, and Limited Hybrid).
|Click on an individual egg image to visit the corresponding dragon page for more information.
For a more detailed table showing helpful information on each dragon/egg including breeding probability, see: Master Dragon Chart or the individual dragon's page.
For information on how to breed dragons, including a detailed explanation of the breeding mechanics of Dragons World, see: Breeding.
Primary Dragon EggsEdit
Primary Dragon eggs are purchased from the Store and appear directly in your Nursery. It is possible to breed one, although they are on par with the Rare Dragon Eggs in probability, with the Fire, Earth, and Nature dragons actually being the rarest Dragons in the game to produce from breeding 2 different types of dragons (i.e. Earth + Fire = Lava 99.9998% of the time).
Breeding 2 Primary Dragons of the same type will always produce another Primary Dragon of the same type.
Common Hybrid Dragon EggsEdit
The exception to the "2 Primary Dragons" rule are the Rare Hybrid Dragons from opposing elements: (Steam Dragon, Rock Dragon, Brush Dragon, Full Moon Dragon and Eternity Dragon) which must be bred from at least 1 Hybrid Dragon due to the fact that opposing element Primary Dragons cannot breed directly with each other. Please refer to the Wiki entry on Breeding for more detailed information on breeding Hybrid Dragons.
- Listed time indicates Breeding & Incubation Time.
- Eggs which appear on a GREEN tile are Primary Dragon Eggs.
- Eggs which appear on a PURPLE tile are Rare Hybrid Dragon Eggs.
Rare Hybrid Dragon EggsEdit
Rare Dragon eggs are hard-to-acquire eggs that can be received from Breeding, the Store, Elemental Chest Rewards, or Gifts from Social Quantum. They may contain from 2-4 elements. They are shown in the game with their "dragon type" listed in purple.
Rare Eggs that can be bred must be bred from at least one Hybrid Dragon. Any combination of dragons that have all the required elements can produce a Rare Dragon Egg of the specific type. The probability of breeding the specific Dragon Egg is listed on the dragon page for each dragon type. A more detailed explanation of breeding is available on the Breeding page.
- Listed time indicates Breeding & Incubation Time. Times that appear in RED indicate Incubation Time only, as the Egg cannot be received from breeding.
- Eggs which appear on a BLUE tile are New Releases.