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    How do I breed for a dark dragon...

    I have read thru and not found out how to breed for a DARK dragon...Maybe I am missing it? Could someone please enlighten me? Thank you so much!!!

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    Buy a dark dragon egg and hatch it. You can't get a dark dragon from two non-dark dragons (although you may have a very very small chance with breeding two legendaries). You will need to be level 20 for the right habitat too.

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    yes your right lvl 20 required
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    Thanks guys...That sucks but i will have to level up a few times..I didnt see it when i clicked on the (all) eggs...had to click thru dark and there it was..I feel like a dummy...if I list the dragons I have can anyone give me some totally rad pointers on which ones to breed to get which dragons?? Thank you again so much!

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    There's a few actually a Lot of discussion on how to breed dragons. You should check them out.

    However some of the rare breeds are what we refer to as Hybrid dragons, they contain two or more elements.

    Coolfire, Armadillo, Pirate, Gummy, are some that are known to be good breeding dragons.
    Hope that helps.

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    Thank you...

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