The Sims: Makin' Magic[edit | edit source]
Dragons are hatched from Dragon Eggs, which can be purchased from Vicki Vampiress in Magic Town for 49 MagiCoins. Vicki's cart also sells dragon treats and toys as well, which are needed to care for the dragon. There is no limit on how many dragons can be owned by a family.
There are a number of benefits to having a dragon over standard pets. When groomed they may drop Dragon Scales, and when tickled they may drop Dragon Tears, both of which are valuable magic ingredients for spell and charm making. They also have few motives, and are able to mostly care for themselves with a little provision. The one downside is that they are very dangerous pets, able to start fires and potentially kill Sims.
Types of dragons[edit | edit source]
There are three different colors of dragons that can be hatched: red, gold and purple. Each one has a different name and temperament.
- Red dragons are very likely to set large objects on fire. Generally they start burning things as soon as they hatch. The dragon's name is Burnie.
- Gold dragons are a bit more disciplined, but won't shy away from torching surrounding objects if it is neglected. The dragon's name is Pyritie.
- Purple dragons are very friendly and hardly ever set things on fire. However, even purple dragons are very difficult creatures to maintain and can still cause fires especially if the dragon is neglected. The dragon's name is Torch.
Incubation period[edit | edit source]
Upon purchasing a dragon egg, Sims will place it on the lot and can interact with it. They can cradle the egg, rotate it, or play music to it. After 36-48 hours the egg will hatch, and the dragon that will emerge depends on how many times Sims interact with the egg.
- 0 to 6 interactions: Red dragon
- 7 to 13 interactions: Gold dragon
- 14+ interactions: Purple dragon
The nest should be kept after the dragon hatches, as they will use it as a bed.
Caring for a dragon[edit | edit source]
Dragons have few motives: Hunger, Fun and Energy. They will never need to urinate or bathe, and don't require comfort. There is no way to view their motives, but they will display thought bubbles when in need of attention.
Dragons eat spoiled food, trash, pet food, and primarily flowers, particularly yellow daffodils. When flowers are eaten the object will be deleted and will need to be replaced. Toads are a special dragon delicacy, so caution must be exercised when using the Toadification spell as a Sim who is turned into a toad and eaten by a dragon will die instantly.
Sims should interact with their dragon frequently and restock on dragon treats and toys from Magic Town. Besides torching various items around a lot, dragons can torch visiting Sims as well, resulting in the death of the victim.
Neglected dragons will start fires more frequently, and if severely neglected they will permanently move out of the household never to return. Another dragon can be acquired from a new dragon egg.
The Sims 3 Store[edit | edit source]
Dragons return as interactive small pets that can hatch from dragon eggs. A dragon egg can be purchased in buy mode for §395. There are four types of dragon: Green, Purple, Red, and Armored Black. Each dragon will give a special moodlet when Sims hold them, which will increase certain motives: energy and hygiene for red dragons, hunger and bladder for green dragons, fun and social for purple dragons, and energy and hunger for armored black dragons.
A green dragon is a dragon that hoards and protects treasures. It also helps Sims with gardening. A purple dragon is a dragon of sunshine and happiness that also loves to socialize and party. A red dragon is a fearless and aggressive dragon that can torch the enemies of Sims and singe them. The armored black dragon is a mysterious dragon. It has the ability to transform Sims into zombies[TS3:SN], summon ghosts, and reward the Sim with a death flower. The armored black dragon is only available if The Duke of Bows Renaissance Faire Venue, which can be downloaded separately, is also installed.
The chances of hatching a particular type of dragon can be increased by using certain interactions while it's still an egg. "Gossip About Love of Fire" interaction increases the chance of getting a red dragon, "Talk About Friends" for a purple dragon, "Talk About Weather" for a green dragon, and "Converse about Existentialism" for an armored black dragon.
Player tips[edit | edit source]
- The dragons can be sold for §1,000 each, making them profitable as a way to make cash.
The Sims FreePlay[edit | edit source]
Dragons return in The Sims FreePlay, in the Wizards and Witches update, which also includes spell casting, broom riding and other themed objects. Dragons are pets which Sims can own.
Obtaining a dragon[edit | edit source]
Dragons can only be attained in a limited time which is set when the quest Book of Spells is activated, then on users have 1 week to complete the quest in order to obtain the option to buy a dragon, if missing the offer users will complete the quest but cannot gain the dragon therefore. However, if users reset the game they can do the quest and try to complete within given time and try again.
Once rewarded, users can buy dragons within the Pet Store users get if they built the place.
Types of dragon[edit | edit source]
Dragons come in many types with different ranges.
Common House Dragon
The Common House Dragon is the first and basic dragon a user can buy, it has a rating of 1 star and its bought with 50,000 simoleons. It has the appearance of a red skin, orange underneath from tail to jaw as well as blue tinted wings and spikes in which are layered along the manes.
The Leaf Dragon is the second dragon a user can buy, it has a rating of 1 star and it's bought with 25 Social Points. It has the appearance of green skin with yellow underneath from tail to jaw as well as purple tinted wings and spikes in which are layered along the manes.
The Sky Dragon is the third dragon a user can buy, it has a rating of 2 stars and it's bought with 250,000 simoleans. It has the appearance of blue skin with greenish-white underneath from tail to jaw as well as orange tinted wings and spikes in which are layered along the manes.
The Sun Dragon is the fourth dragon a user can buy, it has the rating of 2 stars and is bought with 25 Life Points. It has the appearance of orange-gold skin with gold underneath from tail to jaw as well as red tinted wings and spikes in which are layered along the manes.
The Midnight Dragon is the fifth dragon a user can buy, it has a rating of 3 stars and is bought with 50 Life Points. It has the appearance of black skin with a grey underneath from tail to jaw.
The Snow Dragon is the sixth and last dragon a user can buy, it has a rating of 3 stars and is bought with 100 Life points. It has the appearance of white-bluish skin with a white underneath from tail to jaw as well as turquoise tinted wings and spikes in which are layered along the manes.
Uses[edit | edit source]
Dragons are immediately put in the game as an egg in which will be hatched in a day.
When hatched, the dragon will act as a normal pet like dogs or cats, but will fly around instead of moving as well as roll up other than laying down.
Dragons can help discover simoleons and life points if the user presses on their icon when they've found something. Dragons also have a better chance at earning more simoleons as well as life Points.
The Sims 4: Realm of Magic[edit | edit source]
Dragons are a type of familiar in Realm of Magic. They have black and purple scales, horns and wings. Their rarity is uncommon.
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