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Dragons: Titan Uprising is a game developed by Ludia. It was released on January 29, 2019.

Official Description

Become a legendary puzzle champion as you swipe, match, battle and blast your way through lands, in a quest to save Berk from the nefarious Dragonroot Company. Join Hiccup and Toothless as you discover, breed and collect legendary dragons in the newest HTTYD puzzle RPG game on mobile!

MATCH & BATTLE
Choose a legendary puzzle rpg dragon battle team from nearly 100 dragons and lead them on an epic quest to save Berk. Face off against 3, 4 or 5 dragons and match 3 or more rune stones in over 750 unique puzzle rpg battles as you blast opponents with your Dragons’ Spirit Abilities!

BREED & NURTURE
Hatch eggs and breed wild Dragons in your very own Dragon Hatchery. Nurture your brood from small-scaled babies then marvel at the legendary Titan wings they become!

GROW & DISCOVER
Discover new regions and explore dungeons beyond the island of Berk as you experience a brand new quest to become a rpg puzzle champion! Use your spoils from epic dragon battles to grow your empire by upgrading and building new structures!

Swipe, match, battle & blast your way to become a legendary puzzle rpg champion then enjoy the continuation of this epic story in DreamWorks How To Train Your Dragon The Hidden World.
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  • Goal: In Dragons Titan Uprising, you can unite a world of Dragons under the banner of Berk!
Discover lands both familiar and foreign, and the Dragons which lurk among them.
You can hatch Wild Dragon Eggs on Berk in your very own Dragon Hatchery.
Raise your Dragons and breed to unleash the power of combined Dragon species or witness the cuteness of your favorite couples.
Explore new territories and defeat rivals in battles.[1]
You can work together with other Riders and form Clans to rescue Dragons from the threat of foes, and retake the Titans they have corrupted.
  • Rooster: Access the Roster by selecting the bottom left symbol of the home screen. The Roster tab will show you a list of your dragons. Here, you can level up, train and even pet your Dragons. Give it a try to see their reactions!
Dragons that have a little sword symbol on their profile picture are currently in your battle team.
Select "Edit Team" to view the Dragons currently in your team and make adjustments. To make it easier to find the right Dragons for your team, tap the button with the arrows on the bottom right. It will either order your Dragons by Rarity, Power or Class.[2]
  • Hatchery: Eggs found in the wild are being transported to Berk and kept until needed for hatching. The Hatchery is specifically designed to provide the warmth needed to hatch a healthy Baby Dragon.
In order to use it, you must reach player level 3.
You can hatch more than one Dragon at a time by using the plus symbol under the egg. The hatched Dragon will go directly into your Roster and Book of Dragons.
Upgrade the Hatchery to be able to hatch Dragons of different colors and rarities.[3]
  • Fishery: The Fishery is where you store Fish, a valuable resource you can use to level up and train your Dragons. This building will generate more Fish over time. Click on it to see what the current rate of Fish per hour is, how much it can hold, and how much an upgrade would increase.[4]
  • Breedery: Unlock the Breedery at player level 16. Pair Dragons to produce offsprings or create powerful crossbreads.[5]
  • Quests: Quests are a great way to earn resources. Find them by clicking on the compass on the bottom left of your island. Once you reached level 7 in your viking profile, you can access your Quests. You can also do repeatable Quests on the exploration map. Each region will have new quests which allow you to get as many eggs as you need.[6]
  • Duty Board: The Duty Board will unlock at player level 4. The Berk Riders have duties for you. As a reward, you can earn resources and keys to open viking chests and reveal their treasures.[7]
  • Treasury: The Treasury is where you store your coins. Level it up to expand its capacity. Coins can be used to train Dragons, hatch Dragons and upgrade buildings.
This building will generate more Coins over time. Click on it to see what the current rate of Coins per hour is, how much it can hold, and how much an upgrade would increase.[8]
  • Hangar: The Hangar is part of Berk and will remain in the background as decoration. There is no need to access it at this time, since you will have your Roster full of Dragons.[9]
  • Drafts: Drafts are a great way to get new skillful Dragons. Access it by clicking the bottom right symbol of your home screen.
Choose the Event Dragon Draft to take advantage of limited offers ranged from Dragons with 3 to 5 stars. You can use an Epic Token or Runes for your pick.
Choose the Premium Dragon Draft to get a chance of an epic Dragon ranged from Dragons with 3 to 5 stars. You can use an Epic Token or Runes for your pick.
Choose the Basic Draft to obtain a Dragon ranged from 1 to 3 stars. This Draft will be for free or payable with a Basic Token.
Please note that all Dragons that are displayed are just example Dragons and the draft will be random.[10]
  • Training Dragons: If you want to use a Dragon in a Battle, you must train it first from baby to adult.
Access your roster by clicking on the symbol on the bottom left on the home screen. Click on a new Dragon you wish to train.
Before you can train your Dragon again, it needs to be leveled up first. Look at the Training Requirements in the dragon stats to see what level it needs to be trained.
With each completed training, the Dragon will gain a new golden star representing its training tier. How many golden stars a Dragon can reach will depend on its rarity.[11]
  • Releasing Dragons: After you've trained your Dragon to a higher tier, you can level it up in order to increase its overall power.
To do so, you must release up to 10 other Dragons. While you are selecting Dragons to release, look at your level bar to see which level you would reach. Pay a corresponding amount of fish and level up.
At the bottom, you see the chances of increasing your ability ranking. The more Dragons you will free and the rarer they are, the better are the chances for your own Dragon to gain a higher ability rank.
Releasing other Dragons into the wild inspires your own Dragon to fight harder for the freedom of all Dragons.[12]
  • Breeding Dragons: Letting your Dragons breed could create powerful offspring. Click on the Breedery and select the Dragons you wish to pair. Dragons that are available for breeding will have a heart symbol. Once you have selected a pair, the possible offspring is displayed.[13]
Some of your Dragons might be too young for breeding and need to be trained to a higher training tier (golden stars). For some rarer Dragons, the Breedery level needs to be upgraded. Click on the Dragon that is locked and it will tell you what is required for breeding.[14]
  • Battles: Hit the "PLAY" button on your home screen to access the exploration map. Select the next available stage to show some wild Dragons who is in command.
Try to create gem combinations of at least three equal stones in a row by swapping their positions on the grid. Special gems will help you clearing many gems at once.
Keep an eye on the health bars of your Dragons. They will charge as you use corresponding gems. Once fully charged, unleash their special attack. If you want to target a specific opponent, tap on the rival Dragon before using the special ability of your Dragons.[15]

Trivia

References

  1. What is this game about?. (Date Updated - November 21, 2018). Ludia Support - Dragons: Titan Uprising
  2. What is the Rooster?. (Date Updated - November 21, 2018). Ludia Support - Dragons: Titan Uprising
  3. What is the Hatchery?. (Date Updated - November 21, 2018). Ludia Support - Dragons: Titan Uprising
  4. What is the Fishery?. (Date Updated - November 21, 2018). Ludia Support - Dragons: Titan Uprising
  5. What is the Breedery?. (Date Updated - November 21, 2018). Ludia Support - Dragons: Titan Uprising
  6. Where do I find my Quests?. (Date Updated - February 20, 2019). Ludia Support - Dragons: Titan Uprising
  7. What is the Duty Board?. (Date Updated - November 21, 2018). Ludia Support - Dragons: Titan Uprising
  8. What is the Treasury?. (Date Updated - November 21, 2018). Ludia Support - Dragons: Titan Uprising
  9. What can I do with the Hangar?. (Date Updated - November 21, 2018). Ludia Support - Dragons: Titan Uprising
  10. What are Drafts?. (Date Updated - November 21, 2018). Ludia Support - Dragons: Titan Uprising
  11. How to Train my Dragons?. (Date Updated - November 21, 2018). Ludia Support - Dragons: Titan Uprising
  12. How do I get rid of duplicate Dragons?. (Date Updated - November 21, 2018). Ludia Support - Dragons: Titan Uprising
  13. How to breed my Dragons?. (Date Updated - November 21, 2018). Ludia Support - Dragons: Titan Uprising
  14. Why can I not breed my Dragons?. (Date Updated - November 21, 2018). Ludia Support - Dragons: Titan Uprising
  15. How to Battle?. (Date Updated - November 21, 2018). Ludia Support - Dragons: Titan Uprising

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