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Dragon Tamer Dragon Builds Guide: How to Build Your Epic and Legendary Dragons

Many dragons exist in the world of Dragon Tamer, but only the strongest survive the most brutal of battles. Bekko Games’ entry into the monster collector genre, Dragon Tamer, shares a feature similar to various other collector games out there: a rarity system. Similar to games like RAID: Shadow Legends, Exos Heroes and Monster Super League, among many others, the rarity system allows players to separate the wheat from the chaff.

If you’ve managed to get an Epic or Legendary dragon recently, then our new Dragon Tamer guide will be just for you. Here, we will be discussing the various ways you can build any of your dragons. If you are the proud owner of a decent number of Epic or Legendary dragons, then look no further than our guide below because you’ll get ideas on how to make them much stronger!

Epic And Legendary Dragon Build Ideas

As you can see, each dragon in the game serves a different purpose. With each purpose, it can be complimented by a good set of Dragonbrands. Remember that these builds are solely ideas. You can always experiment with different combinations yourself.

Related: Dragon Tamer Beginner’s Guide: Tips, Tricks & Strategies for Building Your Dragon Island and Managing Your Dragons

Single-Target DPS Dragons

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The most prolific type of dragon in the entire game. These dragons specialize in wiping out the enemy dragons one target at a time. Having them on your team will allow you to take out pesky tanks, healers, and various other dragons that get under your skin. The following dragons fall under this category:

Canoe (Metal/Water) (E)

canoe dragon tamer

Where to Get: Mystic Mountain, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Vidar or Schiff

Notes: The Canoe can be quite powerful if given the correct Dragonbrands. Because it excels greatly in taking down enemies with its skills, a Hoarder set should suffice since it may bypass the enemy’s defenses. However, if you’re looking for it to land its stuns more often, try giving it a pair of Schiff brands as well.


Ceratopsia (Earth/Electric) (E)

ceratopsia dragon tamer

Where to Get: Breeding, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands (Main): Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands (Sub): Baldr, Amir, or Vidar

Notes: When staring down the electrified horns of a Ceratopsia, rival dragons could be dispatched in an instant. A Hoarder set could easily make a Ceratopsia hit much harder than it already does. Combine this set with a Vidar set and the Ceratopsia may rain crits on the enemy.

Unfortunately, it’s worth noting that the Ceratopsia’s max HP is quite low. You may mitigate this using a Baldr or Amir pair, not sacrificing the DPS output of the Hoarder set.


Cernunnos (Metal/Nature) (E)

cernunnos dragon tamer

Where to Get: Breeding, Arena, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands (Main): Hoarder or Tyr

2-Piece Dragonbrands (Sub): Vidar, Jammu, or Bully

Notes: The most notable thing about a Cernunnos is its Soul Sword skill. With this skill dealing a whopping amount of damage (starting at 270% of attack and capping at 325% of attack), a Hoarder set will make sure that there is nothing it cannot cut.

If Hoarder isn’t your style, the Tyr set will cause the Cernunnos to obliterate the enemy lineup one dragon at a time. The Vidar or Jammu sets will give it more critical hits, giving it a more frightening presence in battle. The enemy won’t know what hit them.

Flash (Electric/Psychic) (E)

flash dragon tamer

Where to Get: Mystic Mountain, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands (Main): Tyr or Amir

2-Piece Dragonbrands (Sub): Vidar or Jammu

Notes: The Flash is a peculiar dragon. While the Psychic element is a double-edged sword, it will become a prime target for dragons bear Fire, Nature, and Water attacks. If you plan to augment the Flash’s rather poor defense, giving it an Amir set may give it a better chance at surviving enemy attacks. However, the Sub brands in this case are what can really make it shine; high crit will ensure its damage output if you gave it a Tyr build, guaranteeing the chances of more chain kills in a fight.


Jack’O’Drak (Fire/Nature) (E)

jack'o'drak dragon tamer

Where to Get: Event, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Hoarder or Schiff

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Baldr or Amir

Notes: The Jack’O’Drak’s third skill, Smokescreen ignores a percentage of the enemy’s defense and thus it would be even more fun to pile onto that effect by giving it a Hoarder set. However, its stats dictate that it’s a glass cannon and thus, if you’re looking to make it live longer in a fight, there’s nothing wrong with giving it a defensive set like Schiff.

Schiff will also help ensure that enemies that get hit by the Jack’O’Drak’s Seed of Wrath skill are taunted. Due to its low defense, Baldr or Amir will help it live just a little bit longer. You can also switch up both Sub and Main for the others and make the enemy expect something else. Trick or treat!


Ruby (Fire/Earth) (E)

ruby dragon tamer

Where to Get: Adventure, Mystic Mountain, Honor Stele

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Tyr, Freyr, Jammu, or Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Vidar or Jammu

Notes: One of the hardest-hitting dragons in the game, the Ruby could easily be everyone’s second Epic ever (if they didn’t get Core first). The Ruby’s skills are brutal and can easily single out enemy dragons if used properly. Primarily, a Tyr set would be the most ideal since its damage output is second-to-none.

Scoring a kill with this set will make it pick off weaker dragons in a heartbeat, but using Freyr, Jammu, or Hoarder instead will very easily destroy almost any dragon since its third skill, Scorching Tornado, hits multiple times. To make it hit even harder, giving it crit sets like Vidar or Jammu will make it burn the enemy to a fine cinder.


Sword (Fire/Earth) (E)

sword dragon tamer

Where to Get: Summoner’s Cave, Friendship Shop

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Amir or Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Amir or Baldr

Notes: Covered in razor-sharp blades, the Sword is a dragon to be feared. While it’s fierce in combat, its defensive capabilities are not that great. Therefore, because its attack stat is already classified as an S and its critical stat is classified as an A, you may want to build on how it can protect itself instead.

An Amir set may help it since its increased defense will allow it to reflect oncoming damage and augmenting that with more Amir pieces or two Baldr pieces will keep it on its feet in a fight. If you’re looking to build it offensively, the Hoarder main set will make it hit much harder than it already does.


Valravn (Fire/Psychic) (E)

valravn dragon tamer

Where to Get: Breeding

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Amir or Baldr

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Hoarder or Freyr

Notes: KAMEHAMEHADOUKEN! Since Psychic is a rather tricky element to master or deploy, you have to ensure that the Valravn stays in a fight. Its attack stats are already quite high, so keeping Hoarder or Freyr as Sub brands will make it hit hard enough. It’s better to focus your Main brands on its lowest stat: its defense.

Given that it’s a Psychic type, there will be a lot of dragons it will have difficulty going toe-to-toe with and thus defensive brands like Amir or Baldr are a must. It’s one of the few ways it will be able to achieve Ultra Instinct.


Velociraptor (Fire/Electric) (E)

velociraptor dragon tamer

Where to Get: Summoner’s Cave, Friendship Shop

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Freyr, or Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Jammu, Vidar, Baldr, or Heimdallr

Notes: The Velociraptor is the very definition of fragile speedster in the entirety of Dragon Tamer. With excellent speed, notable attack and crit stats, but terrible health and defense, the Velociraptor doesn’t necessarily last long in a fight. If you’re looking to build on its offense, then look no further than the ideal main Dragonbrands above.

Jammu is especially a good set since it has a high crit rate. If offense doesn’t suit you, you can swap the quartets and the pairs to suit a more defensive play style as it’s always wise to remember that the Velociraptor has glass bones and paper skin.


Xmas (Nature/Water) (E)

xmas dragon tamer

Where to Get: Event, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Hoarder or Schiff

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Mimir or Vidar

Notes: Ho, ho, ho! Xmas is coming and it’s bringing tidings of painful, freezing,  stunning strikes. The Xmas is best suited with a Hoarder or Schiff set for its main brands due to its high-damage skills. The Schiff set is most notable since it can freeze or stun enemies using its first two skills.

To supplement this is a Vidar sub set which will make it cause further damage to dragons that have been frozen. Giving it a Mimir set will ensure that it won’t get frozen itself or resist any debuffs the enemy would throw at it. The enemy will be hearing sleigh bells when you’re done with them.


Anubis (Water/Dark) (L)

anubis dragon tamer

Where to Get: Breeding, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Freyr, Hoarder, or Tyr

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Freyr, Jammu, Vidar, or Hoarder

Notes: Anubis, an eerie yet regal-looking water dragon is not to be trifled with. Its presence in a fight may make a huge difference since it can easily dish out lots of damage using its Red Death skill. Given the right sets, it can easily pick off weaker dragons in the blink of an eye.

To complement its high damage, a Tyr set would fit nicely on it since it can easily weaken another dragon after its first kill. It can also subsist off of the enemy’s life force with its Piercing Heart skill and, if given high enough attack, it will heal more depending on how much damage it dealt. Going all offense on this one is recommended.


Asura (Metal/Dark) (L)

asura dragon tamer

Where to Get: Breeding, Summoner’s Cave, Friendship Shop

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Freyr, Mimir, Hoarder, or Tyr

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Freyr, Vidar, or Jammu

Notes: Asura’s rapid, multi-striking can open up several possibilities. Thanks to its third skill, giving it a Mimir set can cause some fun, unusual debuffs to pop up.

Otherwise, there’s always piling onto its massive damage potential by giving it the suggested sets above. Freyr, however, is special; Asura has third skill his multiple times, and it’s good to exploit that with the Freyr set.


Behemoth (Earth/Dark) (L)

behemoth dragon tamer

Where to Get: Event, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Freyr or Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Jammu or Vidar

Notes: The terrifying Behemoth can off unprepared foes when it bears the correct brands. Because it relies on raw damage, a Hoarder set is recommended so it can easily get through the enemy’s defenses. Coupling its high damage is its high crit rate and thus adding to that will make your Behemoth the stuff of nightmares for the enemy.


Fenrir (Fire/Dark) (L)

fenrir dragon tamer

Where to Get: Legendary Pass

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Tyr, Freyr, Jammu, or Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Amir or Vidar

Notes: Cry for the moon! The wolf dragon Fenrir is a whirlwind of rage and unbridled strength. Everything about it is notably high except for its defense, so it’s recommended to put an Amir set on it if you feel that it’s soft.

However, focusing on its offensive capabilities may make it shine more in any fight. Freyr, Jammu, or Hoarder is recommended as its main brand set. Just for fun, there’s always giving it a Tyr set so you can watch it let loose on weaker dragons.


Hades (Fire/Dark) (L)

hades dragon tamer

Where to Get: Breeding, Arena, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Freyr or Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Vidar or Jammu

Notes: The well-balanced Hades is ideal if you want to make short work of enemy healers.

Coupling its fierce attacks with Heal Reduction debuffs, offensive sets are most likely recommended for it. Giving it a Hoarder will allow its Smokescreen attack a crazier kick, and as they say, there’s no kill like overkill.


Illusion (Fire/Dark) (L)

illusion dragon tamer

Where to Get: Event, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Freyr or Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Freyr, Hoarder, or Schiff

Notes: The Illusion’s specialty is singling out enemy dragons and inflicting the Seal debuff. With that said, giving it a full-on Freyr or Hoarder set could bring out its full potential in a fight. Otherwise, giving it a Schiff Sub set will grant it an extra chance to Seal the enemy.


Raytheon (Electric/Light) (L)

raytheon dragon tamer

Where to Get: Legendary Pass

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Hoarder or Tyr

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Amir, Baldr, or Heimdallr

Notes: Raytheon’s Lightning Ball skill can easily fry any enemy dragon to a crisp. Because it ignores an enemy’s defense, putting a Hoarder set on this long-eared dragon will grant it crazy amounts of burst damage.

However, giving it a Tyr set will also allow it to pick off weaker dragons one by one. Its defense is quite pitiful, however, so giving it any of the defensive Sub Dragonbrands suggested will at least make it last longer in a fight.


Reaper (Metal/Dark) (L)

reaper dragon tamer

Where to Get: Event

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Tyr, Freyr, or Ares

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Tyr or Freyr

Notes: Like its namesake, the Reaper is a symbol for death. Further do its name justice by giving it Tyr, Freyr, or Ares sets. Its third skill, Soul Sacrifice, allows it to consume some of its own HP and turn it into Critical Rate and Attack for four turns, thus enabling it to deal a lot of damage to anything it strikes. Pair it up with a Tyr and you’ve got a one-dragon army on your side. The Ares set is a definite must for this monster since it gives it even more of an edge the lower its HP goes.


Sickle (Earth/Dark) (L)

sickle dragon tamer

Where to Get: Event, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Hoarder, Freyr, or Tyr

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Vidar or Jammu

Notes: The Sickle’s claws are its trademark, and there’s no better way than to show them off by making them cut through almost anything it makes contact with. A Hoarder or Freyr set is recommended for that annoying enemy tank and that Tyr set is recommended for that quick slice through the enemy ranks. Giving it a Vidar or Jammu Sub set will make for painful critical hits. Talk about cutting edge!


Silent Soil (Earth/Light) (L)

silent soil dragon tamer

Where to Get: Breeding, Alliance Hall, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Amir or Baldr

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Freyr, Hoarder, or Jammu

Notes: The Silent Soil has notably high offense all over. With its second and third skills, it can easily destroy enemy dragons within a few turns. Sadly, its speed is notably lacking for a Legendary-tier dragon. Because of this, enemy dragons may take advantage of this and attack it relentlessly. Equipping it with an Amir or Baldr set may help it survive.

Adding to its already high attack power are its sub Dragonbrand sets. Any of these offensive sets may contribute to fending off or outright defeating those that attacked it before its turn. Conversely, you can invert the suggested build above as the Freyr set could be used for some serious burst damage with its Eternal Bombs skill.

 

Tank Dragons

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The dragons listed here have extraordinarily high defense and may easily even weaken the enemy or draw the enemy’s attention to them. Here are what we consider Tank dragons:

Aurita (Water/Electric) (E)

aurita dragon tamer

Where to Get: Breeding, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Mimir, Amir, or Baldr

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Heimdallr or Schiff

Notes: Contrary to popular assumption, Aurita is not a support, but a tank. With its life and defense at an A-rating, there’s no reason not to stuff it full of defensive Dragonbrands. Amir and Baldr would work wonders for Aurita since it can inflict the Taunt status with its Waterspout, but if you would like to add insult to injury, Mimir could offer more than just the Taunt.

Of course, beefing it up with a pair of Heimdallr brands will keep it sturdy but if you’re on the offensive, the Schiff brands will help make sure its Waterspout is effective.


B
urns (Fire/Metal) (E)

burns dragon tamer

Where to Get: Event, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Amir or Schiff

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Heimdallr or Skade

Notes: Burns as a whole is an unusual dragon and its unorthodox play style is something that new players would often overlook. Because it specializes in lowering the enemy’s attack as well as taunting them, it’s a prime target in most fights. Giving it an Amir or Schiff set will keep it protected while adding pairs of Heimdallr or Skade will ensure its survival in battle.


C
omet (Earth/Metal) (E)

comet dragon tamer

Where to Get: Breeding, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Schiff or Baldr

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Amir or Skade

Notes: The Comet’s mighty hammer can easily stun the enemy. Putting on more Effect Hit on that Stun using the Schiff set as well as having it stun enemy dragons when they attack the Comet will definitely keep it standing tall.

The Baldr set can easily substitute the Schiff set if you’re looking to augment its third skill, Earth’s Protection. Giving it defensive pairs will keep that strong defense up as well. After all, stunned enemy dragons may easily turn the tide of battle in your favor.


Core (Fire/Water) (E)

core dragon tamer

Where to Get: Breeding, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Amir or Baldr

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Heimdallr or Skade

Notes: This dragon is one of the early Epics of each player. The Core can grant protection to ally dragons but double that protection on itself using its Ice Barrier skill.

However, its slow speed can be quite detrimental to your team, especially if it’s targeted first by enemies who take advantage of its weakness. Putting an Amir or Baldr set on it could most definitely aid in the flow of battle when it isn’t its turn. Its high life and defense paired with the Amir set will soften up would-be attackers while the Baldr set could protect it before it can give its allies an Ice Barrier. Other than that, extra chunkiness through the Heimdallr or Skade pairs can verily help it repel enemy attacks.


Oogway (Nature/Psychic) (E)

oogway dragon tamer

Where to Get: Breeding

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Amir, Schiff, Baldr, or Skade

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Skade or Heimdallr

Notes: Once again, with Psychic types being a tricky group of dragons to raise, there’s no question that the Oogway is open to lots of attacks. However, giving it Amir, Schiff, or Baldr can keep opponents at bay while it focuses on drawing the enemy’s concentration to itself.

Its second skill can especially Taunt the enemy’s main source of damage and keep that one busy while your team chips away at the enemy ranks. Skade, on the other hand, will be quite useful after it performs its Mental Barrier skill. The reduced damage all over will definitely annoy your opponent.


Sapphire (Water/Earth) (E)

sapphire dragon tamer

Where to Get: Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Amir, Schiff, or Baldr

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Heimdallr, or Schiff

Notes: Sapphire is Ruby’s counterpart. Where the latter is more offense-oriented, the former is more defense-oriented. With Earth’s Rise as its third skill, it can stun its enemies and, like Core, it can give friends an Ice Barrier.

The Schiff set can help it stun the enemy with Earth’s Rise and the Amir set could help it weaken any of its attackers. Adding an extra pair of Schiff can double the Stun chance and a Heimdallr pair can help make its shield sturdier.


Bright (Earth/Light) (L)

bright dragon tamer

Where to Get: Event, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Amir, Tyr, or Skade

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Heimdallr or Baldr

Notes: Bright is arguably one of the most heroic dragons in all of Dragon Tamer. It looks like a hero, fights like one, and it would even die for your entire team to revive. While putting on defensive Dragonbrands like Amir or Skade on it is common sense, a Tyr set will allow it to fight off enemy dragons before it goes down itself. This is a risk that you can run but its rewards are great since Bright itself hits rather hard.


Brnacle Goose (Nature/Dark) (L)

brnacle goose dragon tamer

Where to Get: Breed, Arena, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Skade or Amir

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Amir or Baldr

Notes: The Brnacle Goose’s two skills are very defense-oriented and thus, there’s no question about giving it Skade or Amir. The reason behind giving it Skade, despite not being able to shield all of its allies is because its shield cannot be dispelled. Complementing this, its health and defense are quite high, so there is no need to worry when it wears a full Skade set.


Kur (Earth/Dark) (L)

kur dragon tamer

Where to Get: Breeding, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Skade, Amir, or Heimdallr

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Baldr

Notes: The mighty Kur is one of the tankiest dragons in the game. Its high defense, coupled with its high health and its third skill, Earth Wall, ensures the protection of its entire team.

Using the Skade set, it can easily shrug off almost any attack the enemy throws at it. In a pinch, it can even heal itself using its first skill. The Heimdallr set may aid in its healing factor.


Salamander (Fire/Light) (L)

salamander dragon tamer

Where to Get: Event, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Amir, Baldr, Schiff, or Skade

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Baldr or Amir

Notes: With fiery wings fluttering about, the Salamander grants its protection to the entire team. By lowering the enemy’s attack using its second skill, it can slow the fight down on the enemy’s end.

Giving it a Baldr set is like adding insult to injury since it has the chance to spawn shields all over the Salamander’s allies. The Skade set is another good option since it also keeps all allied dragons from falling so easily to the enemy. Giving the Salamander a complete HP or defense build will certainly carry your team to victory.

Area Of Effect Dragons

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Dragons that possess attacks that greatly damage multiple targets at once fall under this category. The following are Area of Effect dragons:


Carboro (Nature/Water) (E)

carboro dragon tamer

Where to Get: Event, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Hoarder

Notes: There’s no better way to make the Carboro stronger than to stuff it full of attack Dragonbrands. The Hoarder set will especially complement its skills since its Tsunami skill lowers the enemy’s defense. Its successive attacks should be able to tear through the opposition with ease.


Evil Beast (Fire/Metal) (E)

evil beast dragon tamer

Where to Get: Mystic Mountain, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Jammu or Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Baldr, Amir, or Skade

Notes: This dragon is another example of a glass cannon. The Evil Beast is quite powerful when it comes to dishing out mass damage, but not when it comes to defending itself. Its second skill, Hard Shield, raises a shield which has strength based on the Evil Beast’s max HP. While its main Dragonbrands are offense-based, it’s wise to give it some Dragonbrands that raise its defense as the pair in its build.


Gearing (Nature/Metal) (E)

gearing dragon tamer

Where to Get: Arena

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Freyr or Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Vidar, Jammu, or Bully

Notes: The Gearing, in appearance, looks quite similar to Cernunnos. Both look like deer, but each have their own purpose. While Cernunnos focuses solely on one target at a time, Gearing is more suited to damaging multiple opponents at once.

Thanks to its Forest Wrath skill, sets like Freyr and Hoarder will suit it nicely. To further up its damage output, giving it a critical hit pair should suffice in any battle you deploy it in.


Plough (Electric/Metal) (E)

plough dragon tamer

Where to Get: Summoner’s Cave, Sprites Pyramid

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Vidar, Bully, or Jammu

Notes: The Plough is a dragon quite easy to understand. Its skills are quite straightforward in the sense that it merely seeks the destruction of the enemy ranks. After using its Star Beacon skill, it may perform its Shattering Thunderboom. For Star Beacon as an opening, the Hoarder set is perfect for damage output overall.


Triceratops (Earth/Psychic) (E)

triceratops dragon tamer

Where to Get: Arena

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Amir or Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Heimdallr, Baldr, or Freyr

Notes: The Triceratops’ Psychic element paints a huge target on its back for dragons with basic elements. To counter this, equipping it with an Amir set may help keep its attackers weakened enough for it to deal lots of damage with its Earthquake skill. Alternatively, you can play it up with an offensive build in which it hits hard and nothing else.


Helios (Metal/Light) (L)

helios dragon tamer

Where to Get: Sprites Pyramid

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Freyr, Hoarder, or Tyr

Notes: Praise the sun! Whoops, wrong game. Helios, one of the newest dragons as of this writing (along with Master Mo), is a force to be reckoned with; its third skill can reduce all its allies’ skills cooldowns and raise their attack and its second skill can be spammed due to its low cooldown count. Therefore, giving it an all-out attack set is the key to making him a most formidable opponent.


Hydra (Water/Dark) (L)

hydra dragon tamer

Where to Get: Honor Stele

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Freyr or Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Freyr or Hoarder

Notes: The Hydra is a dragon rewarded to only the most deserving of tamers. Its fierce Toxic Cloud and Toxic Blast attacks base their poison damage on the Hydra’s attack stat and for that, it’s best to focus on this stat all the way. After such virulent attacks, the enemy’s ranks should be all but crippled.


Minotaur (Nature/Dark) (L)

minotaur dragon tamer

Where to Get: Event, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Hoarder or Heimdallr

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Freyr or Hoarder

Notes: While the Minotaur has an area of effect attack, it also comes with a healing skill. This skill can be quite handy when your team’s in a pinch and thus, equipping a Heimdallr set could definitely help.

However, if you’re hoping to make the Minotaur a more attack-oriented member of your team, there’s no harm in building it offensively. No harm for you, of course, but plenty of harm for your enemies.


Nymph (Light/Psychic) (L)

nymph dragon tamer

Where to Get: Event, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Freyr

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Hoarder or Tyr

Notes: Don’t let the delicate appearance fool you, the Nymph can be built to be quite the destructive force if done correctly. With a set like Freyr, the Nymph can cause a fairly substantial amount of damage with its Shining Sun skill since it hits all enemies thrice. If that wasn’t enough, its Mental Ray skill could pick off the weakest dragon on the enemy party if they aren’t prepared.


Phantom (Metal/Dark) (L)

phantom dragon tamer

Where to Get: Event, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Jammu or Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Vidar, Bully, or Jammu

Notes: The vampiric Phantom can be quite alarming to your enemy once they see it. The Phantom excels in keeping itself alive by stealing the life of enemy dragons.

That said, giving it a Hoarder set could suffice, but if you’re looking to play on its high critical hit rate, giving it a Jammu set may help it deal even more damage. Its sub sets may contribute to crit rate as well. Enough talk, have at them!


Prophet (Light/Psychic) (L)

prophet dragon tamer

Where to Get: Event

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Heimdallr or Skade

Notes: Prophet is one of the more eccentric dragons of the game. Due to it having an area of effect skill as well as a single-target skill that can heal its ally with the lowest HP, it doesn’t seem very versatile.

Using sets like Hoarder for its offensive capabilities is a must but giving it a higher amount of health using a pair of Heimdallr or Skade pieces will greatly aid in healing its friends while it fends off the opposition.


Pyralis (Fire/Light) (L)

pyralis dragon tamer

Where to Get: Breed, Arena, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Vidar, Bully, Jammu, Hoarder, Freyr, or Tyr

Notes: Perhaps one of the most famous area of effect dragons in the game, the Pyralis stands out as that one dragon with balanced stats, rivaling Hades.

Its Firewall skill can easily rip through the enemy ranks if it triggers the Hoarder set’s passive. Because of that, it should be a good idea to add to its critical hit rate or even up its damage using attack passive brand pairs. Toasty!


Reyne (Electric/Light) (L)

reyne dragon tamer

Where to Get: Breed, Mystic Mountain, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Vidar or Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Schiff

Notes: Reyne’s third skill, Thunder Rolls, is quite powerful. If its Stun debuff triggers, that could mean the battle for the enemy team. Giving it a Schiff sub set could aid in helping the frequency in which the stunning could occur, but primarily, its main set should be Vidar.

While the enemy is stunned, the Reyne could cause more damage to them with any succeeding attack. If Vidar isn’t your style, the Hoarder set is another good alternative.


Siren (Water/Light) (L)

siren dragon tamer

Where to Get: Legendary Pass

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Freyr, Hoarder, Jammu, Bully, Vidar, or Tyr

Notes: Siren’s raw damage potential can be easily amplified by giving it a full-on offensive set. Since it specializes in mass nukes, there’s no other way to make it strong than to play on its strengths. Its strong water attacks can easily destroy most fire-based dragons. Talk about a hydrogen bomb.


Starry (Dark/Psychic) (L)

starry dragon tamer

Where to Get: Legendary Pass

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Hoarder or Vidar

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Schiff

Notes: The mysterious yet powerful Starry has an interesting third skill. Because it strips away enemy shields and causes mass damage, a Hoarder set is in order.

However, because of its second skill, a Vidar set might suit it even better since it will deal more damage to any stunned enemy. The Schiff set should help increase the chances of that Stun debuff from happening.

Support Dragons

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The dragons that fall under this category possess skills that can lower the enemy’s defense or buff your allies. The following dragons below are considered Support dragons:

Amethyst (Earth/Psychic) (E)

amethyst dragon tamer
Where to Get: Mystery Shop

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Schiff or Baldr

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Heimdallr or Iaso

Notes: Among the newest entries to this game, the Amethyst is a fearsome support. With its Spirit Shield and debilitating earth attacks, it could easily keep your team protected from larger enemy threats. Due to it having Stun and Disarm debuffs, giving it a Schiff set could boost the likelihood of causing these to happen. On the side, boosting its already high HP with Heimdallr or Iaso could keep it alive long enough in a fight.


Ammit (Nature/Earth) (E)

ammit dragon tamer

Where to Get: Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Schiff

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Schiff

Notes: The Ammit could be a tank, but due to its offense-oriented skills, we chose to put it here in the support category. Because its debuffs are purely based on chance, it’d be best to put a full Schiff set on it so its chances of scoring its debuffs more frequently. Due to its high defense, it may also easily stun attacking dragons.


Drarus (Water/Earth) (E)

drarus dragon tamer

Where to Get: Honor Stele

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Schiff or Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Schiff

Notes: This walrus-like dragon is capable of mass-Sealing the enemy team by chance. With its second skill, it has a chance of Stunning an enemy dragon.

To improve these chances, much like some of the other dragons in this category, a Schiff set is advisable. However, due to the high damage of its Tail Whip skill, the Drarus could also use a Hoarder set if you want it to secure kills.


Enki (Nature/Water) (E)

enki dragon tamer

Where to Get: Mystic Mountain, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Amir or Baldr

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Amir or Baldr

Notes: The Enki is one of those dragons that has a pure support skillset. At most, its high health offers for more healing since its Moving Spores skill bases its healing value from the Enki’s max HP. Increasing this with an Amir or Baldr set (full or otherwise) will definitely get it to stand out in battle.


Innsmouth (Water/Earth) (E)

innsmout dragon tamer

Where to Get: Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Hoarder or Freyr

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Hoarder or Freyr

Notes: The Innsmouth deals a good deal of debuffs in a fight: Damage Over Time and Defense Down. All of its skills solely rely on its attack stat and thus, going on the offensive when building this dragon is key.

Not only will it hit harder, but the poison it sprays onto the enemy will also deal more damage if given a proper set of offensive Dragonbrands.


Joker (Metal/Psychic) (E)

joker dragon tamer

Where to Get: Event, Honor Stele

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Schiff or Amir

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Amir, Heimdallr, or Skade

Notes: While the Joker has a skill that involves Taunting the enemy, its defense is quite low. To mitigate this, it’s important to ready it with some defensive Dragonbrands. Either way, giving it a Schiff or an Amir set will make the enemy think twice after their dragons get stunned or damaged right after attacking the Joker.

The Schiff set is especially preferred so it can easily disarm its opponents with its Mental Fluctuation skill. As it is a Psychic type, it’s bound to be a target for many enemies, but if you’ve built the Joker right, you’re sure to have the last laugh.


Keydorah (Metal/Psychic) (E)

keydorah dragon tamer

Where to Get: Summoner’s Cave, Friendship Shop

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Schiff or Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Freyr, Hoarder, or Tyr

Notes: Thrice the heads, thrice the terror! The Keydorah prides itself in its high damage attacks. Similar to the Joker, however, a Schiff set is recommended for it to easily inflict more debuffs onto its enemies.

However, because of its Mental Torment skill, there’s always the option to give it a Hoarder set instead. The enemy will be reeling when this three-headed dragon is done with them.


Ladon (Nature/Water) (E)

ladon dragon tamer

Where to Get: Arena, Honor Stele

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Schiff or Amir

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Schiff

Notes: The proud Ladon takes advantage of the weather. With its Rainfall and Crypto Freeze skills, it can give the enemy a slew of debuffs they won’t be prepared for. For it to land these debuffs, a Schiff set should be equipped.

However, due to the Ladon’s rather low defense, an Amir set could be used, too. Either way, with these defensive Dragonbrands at the Ladon’s disposal, the enemy will have a hard time finding a way to rain on your parade.


Red-violet (Nature/Fire) (E)
red-violet dragon tamer

Where to Get: Breeding, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Amir or Schiff

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Baldr, Heimdallr, or Skade

Notes: This red dragon is known for its quick breeding and hatching time for an Epic. The Red-violet is no slouch when it comes to team support. Its Dragonbreath has a chance to Disarm enemy dragons and its Seed of Wrath skill has a chance to Taunt them.

Due to its low defense but high health, it’s advisable to build it defensively by using an Amir set. However, if you’re hoping it’d play the part of a support more, the Schiff set might be more of your speed.


Dark Qilin (Dark/Psychic) (L)

dark qilin dragon tamer

Where to Get: Breeding, Alliance Hall, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Amir, Schiff, or Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Schiff, Baldr, or Skade

Notes: The fearsome Dark Qilin can seal enemy skills away with its Horror Vision skill. It can also raise a shield based on its max HP. There are three ways you can go about this: build it defensively with an Amir set, make it a dedicated support that rains debuffs using the Schiff set, or make it go all out and turn it into a DPS by equipping a Hoarder set. This dragon is quite versatile and it’s important to equip sub Dragonbrands that complement the set it is wearing.


Fores (Nature/Light) (L)

fores dragon tamer

Where to Get: Event, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Schiff or Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Schiff, Freyr, or Tyr

Notes: Old and wise, the Fores makes a way to exploit every dragon’s greatest weakness. With the flapping of its wings, it could easily blow away the enemy team and if that wasn’t enough, it could send toxic powder toward its foes. Its Toxicity skill relies on attack power, so a Hoarder set is advisable for that extra kick.

For it to land its other debuffs, however, the Schiff option stands. With the right set, your enemies will be sorry they messed with this elderly dragon.


Genie (Water/Light) (L)

genie dragon tamer

Where to Get: Breeding, Summoner’s Cave, Friendship Shop

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Baldr or Amir

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Baldr or Skade

Notes: If you’re looking for that one support that could make some (not all!) of your wishes come true, look no further than the Genie. It can speed up its friends, heal while it fights, and overall support your entire team until the bitter end.

With a Baldr set, it could take advantage of its high health and allow for its friends to be protected. Another option would be to use the Amir set so as to make it return the enemy’s damage. It’s like magic!


I
cey (Water/Light) (L)

icey dragon tamer

Where to Get: Event, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Mimir or Schiff

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Schiff

Notes: The Icey is quite similar to the Freezey dragon that everyone gets in the beginning. Unlike the Freezey, however, the Icey has its powerful Flash Bomb skill. What really makes it shine is its penchant for freezing things solid, so putting a Schiff set on it is quite important.

However, if you’re looking to wreak some more chaos, there’s always the idea of putting a Mimir set on it just in case the enemy doesn’t get frozen.


Lasvig (Nature/Light) (L)

lasvig dragon tamer

Where to Get: Breeding, Alliance Hall, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Baldr, Schiff, or Amir

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Freyr, Hoarder, or Tyr

Notes: The time-warping Lasvig is easily one of the most support-oriented dragons in the game, much like the Enki. Its skills consist of only empowering its teammates while its basic attack doesn’t do so much. Because it’s known to make the entire team faster or allow an allied dragon to go before everyone else, this makes it a prime target for the enemy. Build it with protective Dragonbrands like Baldr, Schiff, or Amir.

If you wish for it to fight back or at least aid in cutting the enemy down, give it an offensive pair of sub Dragonbrands. If you’re looking to build it as a support all the way, there’s always the option of giving it a full set of any of the defensive brands we suggested here.


Master
Mo (Water/Light) (L)

master mo dragon tamer

Where to Get: Event

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Schiff or Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Schiff or Hoarder

Notes: The great Master Mo, one of the newest dragons as of this writing (along with Helios), specializes in keeping the enemy weakened and buff-less. If they’re really unlucky, Master Mo could even give them stuns, and thus, giving it a Schiff set could really help in landing those precious stuns.

The Hoarder set will allow it to dish out more damage than usual. When built properly, Master Mo could most certainly write out the enemy’s last will and testament for them.


Nix (Electric/Dark) (L)

nix dragon tamer

Where to Get: Breeding, Mystic Mountain, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Tyr, Jammu, or Hoarder

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Tyr, Hoarder, Freyr, Jammu, Vidar, or Bully

Notes: Given that the Nix intends on keeping the enemy healer struggling, a full-on offensive set is recommended for it. The Tyr set, for example, will allow it to go nuts on the enemy team once it’s done reducing their healing. This is going to be especially effective when it uses its Vanishing Shadow skill to take out any surviving dragons.

Healer Dragons

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Dragons that dedicate their skills to keeping themselves and the party alive through recovery magic fall under this category. Below are dragons that we categorized as healers:


Fairy (Nature/Electric) (E)

fairy dragon tamer

Where to Get: Arena, Summoner’s Cave

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Freyr, Hoarder, or Tyr

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Heimdallr or Amir

Notes: Easily one of the game’s most prolific healer, the Fairy prides itself of having two very powerful healing skills. Surprisingly, its heals are based on its attack values. To make the Fairy heal more effectively, it’s recommended to build it offensively.

Thus, Freyr, Hoarder, or Tyr sets are suggested. Unfortunately, because of its low defense, you may want to mitigate that a little with a pair of defensive Dragonbrands.


Storm (Water/Psychic) (E)

storm dragon tamer

Where to Get: Breeding

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Heimdallr, Baldr, Amir, or Schiff

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Heimdallr or Amir

Notes: The Storm, a most regal-looking dragon whose presence graces the team with a balance of healing and damage output. Because its first two skills have the purpose of debuffing the enemy, using a Schiff set may come in handy.

But if you’re looking to up its healing factor, look no further than increasing its defensive stats using Heimdallr, Baldr, or Amir Dragonbrand sets. This will also slow it down being first blood in a fight.


Dark Star (Electric/Dark) (L)

dark star dragon tamer

Where to Get: Alliance Hall

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Baldr, Heimdallr, or Amir

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Baldr or Amir

Notes: The Dark Star has one of the highest amounts of HP among all its peers. Thanks to this, its high HP contributes to an excellent healing factor for both friends and itself. Boost this further by giving it Dragonbrands like Baldr or Amir. If you’re after the raw healing factor itself, the Heimdallr set is a good option as well.


Unicorn (Metal/Light) (L)

unicorn dragon tamer

Where to Get: Breeding, Summoner’s Cave, Friendship Shop

4-Piece Dragonbrands: Heimdallr, Baldr, or Amir

2-Piece Dragonbrands: Baldr or Amir

Notes: The Unicorn is one of the only two dragons that could resurrect its fallen allies, the other one being Bright. The catch here is that the Unicorn can only resurrect its allies one at a time.

With its healing based off of its max HP, the Unicorn should be given a set that raises its HP or its survivability. Sets like Heimdallr, Baldr, or Amir should keep it alive long enough to bring a downed friendly back to life.

And that’s that for these Epic and Legendary builds. If you have better ideas or suggestions for certain dragon builds, please leave your thoughts in the comment section down below!

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