Merge Dragons Wiki
Merge Dragons Wiki



Dragons are the essence of Merge Dragons. They give you Dragon Power to reveal Dead Land in your Camp.

You start out with Dragon Eggs that you can merge into Dragons.

After merging 3 or 5 level 4 Dragons, one or two Nests will be created, respectively. These Nests have Eggs of an evolved form (tier 2) of the same Dragons you've merged. The Eggs are significantly larger and have a different coloration. Merge them to achieve even greater and stronger Dragons!

Currently there are 82 Dragon breeds, each with 2 tiers, and 6 types of Dragons.

Dragon Eggs[]

Eggs can be obtained in a variety of ways: bought in the Egg Shop, found on Dead Land in Camp, acquired through creating Wonders, completing Levels (either as Level Rewards or in Bountiful Chests), completing Events, completing Kala’s quests and buying from her Shop or received as Friend Gifts (Friend Dragons). Rarely you can get Dragon Eggs from merging (Gargoyle Dragon Eggs from Graves, Mystery Eggs from Shimmer Fountains/Mythical Idols/Monster Idols) and harvesting (Ruby Fire Eggs from level 5+ Dragon Trees) objects.

Each locked Dragon Chest contains either Eggs or Nests, depending on the size of the Chest (Egg Chest = Eggs, Nest Vault = Nests).

Standard Eggs[]

These Eggs can be bought in the Egg Shop for Coins:

Non-Buyable Eggs[]

These Eggs cannot be purchased in the Egg Shop:

Event Eggs[]

These Eggs can at first only be achieved during Events. Usually can be bought[3] for Dragon Gems in the Egg Shop shortly after the Event ends and the player discovers the Event Dragon Whelp (with the exception of the Owl Griffons[4], Chameleon Dragons and Season Dragons[5]). Chameleon Dragons and Season Dragons Nests will appear in the Egg Shop once a level 4 Dragon is discovered.

Baby Dragons[]

Originally only players who purchased the Baby Dragon Pack for real money and unlocked corresponding Dragon Whelps had them available at the Egg Shop. Later players could get them as rewards from Merge 5 Event before its discontinuation. Nowadays (2020) you can get them as rewards from some of out-of-Camp Events.

Baby Dragons Offer

Mystery Eggs[]

There are three kinds of Mystery Dragon Eggs a Nest of which can be bought in the Egg Shop for Dragon Gems. Despite their name, the Mystery Nests of each type also drop random Eggs of the same type of Dragons that may spawn from the merging of the corresponding Eggs.

Mystery Nests and Mystery Eggs

They can also be found in Supernests (come from the 135 Gems Super Nest Vaults) and Meganests (you can get them from the 750 Gems Mega Nest Vaults or for 825 Gems in the Egg Shop).

Ruby Fire Eggs can be harvested from Dragon Trees levels 5 and up. Sapphire Eggs and Tanzanite Eggs cannot be harvested, but Eggs and Nests are most commonly obtained from the Fountain of Youth (Sapphire Eggs and Nests), the Trinity Dome (Sapphire Eggs), the Ruins of the Sky Palace (Tanzanite Eggs and Nests) and the Bottled Ocean (Tanzanite Eggs and Nests).

A fourth type of Mystery Dragon Eggs, Aventurine Eggs, can be obtained from Aventurine Mystery Nests, that cannot be bought from the Egg Shop, but are available from the Mystery Nest - Ultranest for Gems, or a Special Offer for real money. (In Beta, not available to all players.)

Dragon Power[]

Dragons can have as little as 1 Dragon Power (most level 1 Whelps of Standard Dragon breeds), and as much as 15,000 (most level 10 Trophy Dragons).

Here you can see a comparative list of all level 10 Dragons.

(You can tap any column header to sort the table in a different way. Reloading the page will restore it to its original state.)

Egg Category Dragons (AKA) Dragon Power at Level 10 Color in Dragon Book
Standard Crimson 5,000 Bronze
Gargoyle 5,500 Silver
Golem 5,500 Bronze
Grass 5,000 Bronze
Green 5,000 Bronze
Rock 5,000 Bronze
Rocs 5,500 Bronze
Sharp 5,500 Bronze
Spotted 5,500 Bronze
Toadstool 5,500 Bronze
Nature 7,500 Silver
Non-Buyable Ash Bunny 6,000 Gold
Bird 15,000 Gold
Butterfly 6,000 Silver
Candy 15,000 Gold
Chrono 6,000 Silver
Cosmos 5,500 Silver
Crystal 15,000 Gold
Den 15,000 Gold
Friend 15,000 Gold
Honey 15,000 Gold
Life 6,000 Silver
Midas 6,000 Silver
Onyx 15,000 Gold
Pearl 15,000 Gold
Pegasus 6,000 Silver
Specter 15,000 Gold
Sun 15,000 Gold
Tribal 6,000 Silver
Wise 6,000 Silver
Zen (Mystical) 15,000 Gold
Event Anubis 15,000 Gold
Aqua 15,000 Gold
Basket 15,000 Gold
Bunny 15,000 Gold
Cat 15,000 Gold
Chameleon 15,000 Gold
Chocolate (Bon Bon) 15,000 Gold
Cool 15,000 Gold
Cupid (King of Hearts) 15,000 Gold
Deer 15,000 Gold
Dessert (Nilla) 15,000 Gold
Diva 15,000 Gold
Dog 15,000 Gold
Doll 15,000 Gold
Fairy 15,000 Gold
Fall (Autumn) 15,000 Gold
Fay 15,000 Gold
Forbidden 15,000 Gold
Ghastly (Skeleton) 15,000 Gold
Gluttonous 15,000 Gold
Hera 15,000 Gold
Jester 15,000 Gold
Maple Moths 15,000 Gold
Martian 15,000 Gold
Moon 15,000 Gold
Morpho 15,000 Gold
Morty 15,000 Gold
Mycelial 15,000 Gold
Onesie 15,000 Gold
Owl Griffons 15,000 Gold
Passion 15,000 Gold
Prism 6,500 Silver
Rick 15,000 Gold
Rising Sun (Sensei) 15,000 Gold
Royal Guardian 15,000 Gold
Samba 15,000 Gold
Sea 15,000 Gold
Seth 15,000 Gold
Shiba 15,000 Gold
Stadium 15,000 Gold
Turtle 15,000 Gold
Viking 15,000 Gold
Wild Gryphons 15,000 Gold
Winter (Ice) 15,000 Gold
Wood 15,000 Gold
Zeus 15,000 Gold
Baby Pack Air (Zephyr) 15,000 Gold
Earth (Terra) 15,000 Gold
Flame (Blaze) 15,000 Gold
Sylvan (Jungle) 15,000 Gold
Water (River) 15,000 Gold

Merging Dragons[]

Dragons can be merged via the Dragon Book which lets you merge them in 3s (if you have 3 or 4) or 5s (if you have 5 or more). To prevent them from auto-merging, toggle off "Allow Chain Reactions" in the Game Settings.

Dragons can also be merged by bringing 3 or more of the same breed and level together in Camp or in Levels. You may have to tap through your Dragon Homes to find the right ones to merge.

You can only merge Dragons of the same breed and level.


  • Dragons sometimes auto-merge immediately after they are created, especially when 3 or more Dragons are created in a single merge. Newly created Dragons may also merge with roaming Dragons (of the same type) when created in quick succession. Most of the time this is a merge of only 3 Dragons. From Version 2.2.0 onwards you can prevent this by turning off the combos option in the Settings.
  • The fastest way to create large numbers of Mystery Eggs (if you aren't paying Dragon Gems for them) is to construct the Ruins of the Sky Palace. If you have several Dragon Trees of level 4 or above, and a bit of space, harvest the Trees for Elderwood, and merge the Elderwood in 5s. Its 4th level (20 Elderwood minimum needed to create) is a Tiny Cabin for Hedge Gnomes, which gives 3 Shrub Sprouts by tapping it and spawns 5 more over several minutes, at which point it disintegrates. These 8 Shrub Sprouts are enough for merging to a level 3 Bush. Level 6 of the Bushes is the Wonder Ruins of the Sky Palace (so one Wonder per 20 Cabins or roughly 400 Elderwood), which you can tap out to make several Tanzanite Eggs and the corresponding Nests, along with the variety of Dragon Chests which are the most efficient way of obtaining these same Eggs using Gems. Along the way, you'll also harvest Ruby Fire Eggs, Leaves to make more Dragon Trees, and a bunch of Life Orbs, Life Flowers and Magic Coins. You can keep the Wonders to make more Eggs/Nests/Chests/Vaults every so often, but the long term cycle is so slow you'll complete your Quest before you can get anything else from them, so you can also sell the Wonders for 750 Coins each.
  • 1 of every non-Event level 10 Dragon will net you 154,500 Dragon Power, which is more than the 140,000 Dragon Power needed to clear all the Evil Fog in Camp. If you are trying to get one of everything, you'll only need 3 level 9 Dragons, not 5.


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 From the Dragon Missions feature.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Can appear in the Kala's Shop.
  3. 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 3.11 3.12 3.13 3.14 3.15 3.16 3.17 3.18 3.19 3.20 Only players who unlocked the Dragon Whelp of a specific Event would have it available at the Egg Shop. New players can try and get it as a reward from Challenge Levels and future Events.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Owl Griffons were first introduced in the Owlympus Event, and since then you can get them as a reward for completing all 10 Event Quests (at first it was a Nest of 7-9 hatched level 1 Owlet Griffons, as of November 2019 it's a Nest of Owlet Griffon Eggs).
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 Season Dragons are available as Seasons' rewards to those who bought Royal Pass with real money. After unlocking level 4 Dragon, a Nest becomes available in the Egg Shop starting at 70 Dragon Gems.
  6. 6.00 6.01 6.02 6.03 6.04 6.05 6.06 6.07 6.08 6.09 6.10 6.11 6.12 6.13 6.14 6.15 Not available from the Event itself but as a purchasable Nest at the Egg Shop for Dragon Gems. 4 Eggs can be obtained from the Event's Trophy.