Dragon Mania Legends is a game where players collect up a wide variety of dragons. Players can level up their dragons by feeding them. Other options include breeding dragons, and having dragons fight other dragons.

The Basic Hybrids collection is one of many collections of dragons. It is not difficult to complete.

Players who log in to Dragon Mania Legends for two days will receive a Bee Dragon.

The game makes it very obvious when players receive a new dragon as a reward.

This is what a Bee Dragon Egg looks like when it is ready to hatch.

Here is a Bee Dragon hatchling. All dragons must be put into a Habitat that matches at least one of their Elements. The Bee Dragon can go into a Fire Habitat or a Wind Habitat.  Bee Dragons are Uncommon.

The Dragon Mania Legends Wiki says that players can get additional Bee Dragons by breeding a dragon that has the Fire Element with a dragon that has the Wind Element. They recommend you try this with a Fire Dragon and a Wind Dragon.

This is what an adult Bee Dragon looks like. Dragons that are Level 4 or higher can fight other dragons. I put my Bee Dragon into a Wind Habitat.

This is what a Dust Dragon Egg looks like shortly before it hatches.

Here is a Dust Dragon hatchling. It has the Wind Element and the Earth Element. It can be placed in either a Wind Habitat or an Earth Habitat. Dust Dragons are Common.

I got my Dust Dragon by breeding my Wind Dragon and my Earth Dragon. The Dragon Mania Legends Wiki says that this is a guaranteed combination if you want a Dust Dragon.

I put my Dust Dragon into an Earth Habitat. My Wind Habitat was full, and the Earth Habitat had room. I also thought that the Dust Dragon looked like it would be happier in the Earth Habitat than the Wind Habitat.

Here is what an adult Dust Dragon looks like. Dragons become adults when they hit Level 4. Players can continue to level up their dragons. Once a dragon becomes an adult – it will always look the same.

This is what a Lava Dragon Egg looks like when it is ready to hatch.

This is what a Lava Dragon hatchling looks like!  It has the Earth Element and the Fire Element, so it can go into either a Fire Habitat or an Earth Habitat.  Lava Dragons are Common.

I’m fairly certain that I got my Lava Dragon by breeding my Fire Dragon with my Earth Dragon. The Dragon Mania Wiki says: “A combination Fire and Earth Elements are needed to breed the Lava Dragon.” It also says that no combination is guaranteed to result in a Lava Dragon. Multiple breeding attempts may be necessary.

This is what a baby Lava Dragon looks like. I put mine in a Fire Habitat. It seemed fitting because the Fire Habitat actually looks like it has lava in it.

Here is what a Lava Dragon looks like after hitting Level 4 and becoming an adult dragon.

I earned the Salamander Dragon by completing part of an event called Top of the Class. The event started on September 9, 2016, and ended on September 19, 2016.

The Top of the Class event had a time limit. Players had to obtain a certain amount of specific items in order to make progress and earn prizes. The Salamander Dragon was offered as the prize for completing the collection of the first set of three items.

This is what a Salamander Dragon Egg looks like when it is ready to hatch.

Here is a Salamander Dragon hatchling. It has the Fire Element and the Earth Element. Players can place this type of dragon in either a Fire Habitat or an Earth Habitat. Salamander Dragons are Uncommon.

The Dragon Mania Legends Wiki recommends that players who are trying to get a Salamander Dragon breed a Fire Dragon with an Earth Dragon. It also points out that there is no combination that will guarantee that the result is a Salamander Dragon. Multiple breeding attempts may be necessary.

Here is a baby Salamander Dragon. I put this dragon into a Fire Habitat.

This is what an adult Salamander Dragon looks like. Dragons change from a baby to an adult at Level 4. It is possible (and recommended) that players continue to level up their dragons.

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