Dragon Mania Legends is an app game where players collect dragons. Complete a collection of dragons, and you get a prize. Those who complete the Watered Dragons collection receive a Submarine dragon.

There are quests in the game that encourage players to breed their dragons. Eventually, this will allow players to complete a collection of dragons.

This is what a Boiling Dragon egg looks like.

The Dragon Mania Legends Wiki says that a Boiling Dragon can be obtained by breeding two Dragons that each have the Fire and Water elements. It recommends you breed a Fire Dragon with a Water Dragon. I’m pretty sure that’s what I did.

Here is a Boiling Dragon Hatchling. It has the Fire Element and the Water Element. So, it can be placed into either a Fire Habitat or a Water Habitat. Boiling Dragons are Common dragons.

I put my baby Boiling Dragon into a Fire Habitat because it seemed like a better fit than a Water Habitat.

All of the dragons in Dragon Mania Legend are automatically given a random name that has four letters in it. I would not have selected to name a dragon “Mold”, because I have a mold allergy. There is probably a way to change the name, but I haven’t bothered to learn how.

This is what the Boiling Dragon looks like after it reaches Level 4 and becomes an adult.

This is what an Ice Dragon egg looks like.

The Dragon Mania Legends Wiki says that players can obtain an Ice Dragon by breeding two dragons together that have the Wind and Water Elements. I don’t remember which dragons I bred in order to get the Ice Dragon.

Here is what a hatchling Ice Dragon looks like. It has the Wind Element and the Water Element, so it can be placed in either a Wind Habitat or a Water Habitat. An Ice Dragon is a Common dragon.

Here is a baby Ice Dragon. I put it into a Water Habitat, in part because I had room there. My Wind Habitat was full.

This is what an adult Ice Dragon looks like.

This is what a Mud Dragon egg looks like.

The Dragon Mania Legends Wiki says that a player can obtain a Mud Dragon by breeding dragons that have the Earth Element and the Water Element. In other words, you need one dragon that has the Earth Element and another dragon that has the Water Element.

Here is a Mud Dragon hatchling. It has the Earth Element and the Water Element, so it can go into either an Earth Habitat or a Water Habitat. Mud Dragons are Uncommon Dragons.

Here is a baby Mud Dragon. I put it into a Water Habitat.

This is what an Adult Mud Dragon looks like.

This is what a Clownfish Dragon egg looks like.

The Dragon Mania Legend Wiki says that the Clownfish Dragon can be obtained by breeding two dragons that together have the Water Element, Earth Element and Fire Element.

It recommend that you choose from the following: Cloud Dragon, Ice Dragon, or Peacock Dragon. Or, if you don’t have those, you can try breeding the Wind Dragon with either the Mud Dragon or the Snow Dragon.

This is what a Clownfish Dragon hatchling looks like. It is a Rare dragon. The Clownfish dragon has the Water Element, Earth Element, and Wind Element. That means it can be placed into a Water Habitat, Earth Habitat, or Wind Habitat.

I put my baby Clownfish Dragon into a Wind Habitat, because that was the only option that had room for another dragon at the time.

Here is what an adult Clownfish Dragon looks like. I had to place it in a Wind Habitat because I didn’t have enough room at the time in a Water Habitat.

Sometime later, I purchased another Water Habitat and leveled it up so I could fit the Clownfish Dragon in it.

This is what a Submarine Dragon egg looks like.

The Dragon Mania Legends Wiki says that the Submarine Dragon is a Rewards-Exclusive dragon which is awarded only once time if the Player has completed the Watered Dragons collection.

Here is what a Submarine Dragon hatchling looks like. It has the Water Element and the Shadow Element. It can be placed in either a Water Habitat or a Shadow Habitat.

This is what a baby Submarine Dragon looks like.

I ended up placing it into a Legendary Habitat. There wasn’t any room left in my Water Habitats at that time, and I didn’t have a Shadow Habitat. A Legendary Habitat can house all types of dragons.

Later, I leveled up one of my Water Habitats so that it could hold 3 dragons. I think the Submarine Dragon looks better in a Water Habitat than in a Legendary Habitat.

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