Dragon City Gem Guide

Gems are the real cash currency of the game Dragon City . This guide will go over everything that you need to know about getting free gems, and the best way to use your Dragon City gems.

Dragon City Gem Guide
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How to get Free Gems in Dragon City

Below will list out all of the ways that you will be able to earn free gems throughout the game from normal game play. Take advantage on all of these methods to make extra gems to improve your game play

Level Up

Leveling up in Dragon City will net your one free gem for every level up.

Dragon City Goal Quest

Some quest goals in Dragon City will grant you gems as rewards. You will usually receive gems as goal rewards for breeding hybrid dragons in the game.

Combat and Battle Rewards

You will receive gem rewards when you complete the Stadium and Combat world leagues combat. By battling your way through the opponents in Dragon City and win, you will receive gems as rewards for winning.

Book of Dragon Gem Rewards

When you complete the different dragon collections in the Book of Dragons, you will earn various amount of gems based on the type of collections. You can earn up to 5 gems for the completed collection of Legendary dragon collections.

Dragon City Monday Rewards

Every Monday in Dragon City , you have chances of winning up to 5 gems in a draw. This is a nice incentive for you to play every Monday.

Daily Log in Rewards

Every day that you log in in the game of Dragon City you can earn some log in rewards. The rewards gets bigger as you log in more days consecutively. You can receive gems as one of the log in rewards at the end of the daily login streak.

Special Events and Promotions

Once in a while, Social Point will offer special events and promotions that reward you gems inDragon City . Take advantage of these events to earn extra gems for your own personal use.

Quasi Free Gems – Offers

You can earn gems through completing the offers inside the game. The reason I do not label it as free gems because you typically have to sign up for some sort of offer or program in order to receive the gems.

Purchase Gems – With Money

Lastly, you can always purchase Dragon City gems through real money trading. This is the fastest way to acquire the needed gems if you are rich enough to be able to spend the money.

The Best Way to Spend Gems

After getting gems, you need to spend gems on where it will make an impact for your game play.In general, avoid using gems on speed ups because “time” is free. Unless you have the spare cash to burn, avoid spending your gems on getting speed ups. You should also avoid spend gems on Dragon City Gold or Food stacks because you can earn them naturally.

Upgrade Hatchery

Hatchery can increase the amount of eggs that you can hatch in the game. This is especially important later on in the game when you are going after more rare dragons. Because Dragon City Breeding does not guarantee 100% breeding chance of getting rare dragons. Thus you will have more eggs that will be queued for hatching.

Ultra Breeding Tree

Dragon City Ultra Breeding Tree is another good investment because it reportedly can increase your chance at breeding more rare and legendary dragons. However, this claim has not been thoroughly tested yet. But it is better to be safe to spend your Dragon City gems at places where it can truly make a difference. Having higher chance at breeding legendary dragon can lead you to your goals faster. In addition, it is good to have multiple breeding grounds as well so you can double the chances at getting your Dragons.

Dragon City (iOS) review

Dragon City is an iOS game from Spanish developer Social Point . It’s a port of the company’s popular Facebook game, which we reviewed here , and is available now as a free download from the App Store with additional in-app purchases. By signing into the game with Facebook, players may pick up where they left off and sync progress between the mobile and social network versions of the game.

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Dragon City, for the unfamiliar, is a game in which players construct habitats and then populate them with dragons. These dragons can then be bred together to create other types of dragon, or used to battle other players. The eventual aim of the game is to collect all of the available dragons in the game, of which there are well over 150.

In our previous review, we noted that Dragon City had a lot of potential, but that its lack of narrative progression, drab quests and unbalanced difficulty curve marred the experience to a significant degree. While the Facebook version has evolved a little over time and the iOS version incorporates some of these improvements (while seemingly stripping out access to some other features such as the “Dragon Book” tracking which breeds the player has collected so far), many of the most significant issues are still present and correct — most notably the lack of story progression and any sense of “theme” to the quest objectives. Given the attractive, well-animated and cartoonish nature of the game’s visuals, this is a shame; the presentation would make it ripe for a bit of characterization, but the game’s text remains somewhat dry and businesslike for the most part, with a few exceptions in the dragons’ flavor text.
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The game has two main social mechanics — visiting and helping friends, and player vs player combat.Visiting and helping friends is exactly the same as in other games of this type — players have a small stock of energy with which they can click on their friends’ dragon habitats to “help” (though it’s not clear exactlyhow they’re “helping” in thematic terms) and may also send them gifts. PvP, meanwhile, unfolds through the game’s “Combat World” mechanic. Previously, this was limited to players of level 10 or higher only, but this restriction has been removed, allowing all players to battle against one another assuming they have some dragons on hand.

The Combat World is split into “leagues” in which players must defeat several opponents in order to progress, but may only participate in up to three combats every six hours. This is an aspect of the game worth engaging in, however, as rewards for completing leagues include hard currency, which may be used to bypass some of the game’s hefty wait times for hatching new dragons. The actual combat component involves selecting a team of three dragons, then picking an opponent to battle against. Battles unfold in a turn-based manner and do not require the opponent to be online at the same time — the computer instead takes control of the opposing dragon. Each dragon has one or more elemental affinities, and different affinities have different strengths and weaknesses. The artificial intelligence routine is not very good at taking advantage of these attributes and regularly spams attacks that have no effect whatsoever on the player, making combat very easy if the player has the right dragons in their team. Given that there’s no way of seeing what the opponent’s battle team consists of prior to the battle, however — aside from visiting their island and making an educated guess — this is more a matter of luck than anything else when competing at higher levels.There is also no real “risk” factor involved in the combat — dragons cannot be injured or permanently lost, so the only thing the player loses if they fail in combat is some time.
The rest of the game is very similar to its original Facebook incarnation. Play is still throttled through the game’s soft currency system rather than an energy mechanic, and item prices do not appear to have been adjusted to make the game less “grindy” for free players. It’s a shame that Social Point doesn’t seem to have addressed some of the most glaring issues with the game, but given the game’s extremely strong position on Facebook (MAU rank of 12 in the 10,000,000+ tier and DAU rank of 9 in the 1,000,000+ tier) there’s probably very little incentive for them to do so, as players are clearly still flocking to the game in droves. As such, it’s worth a look to see what a successful dragon-breeding title looks like — but as it stands it’s still merely a “good” game rather than a “great” one.
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