The Hakahaka Dragon can be obtained by collecting a total of 6,500 during the Party in Paradise.
The Hakahaka Dragon can be bred by using any two dragons in either order containing the Fire, Light, Earth and Plant elements at the Breeding Cave and Epic Breeding Island.
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|August 23, 2019||October 9, 2019|
- The Hakahaka Dragon's name likely comes from the Haka, a traditional war dance created by the native Maori people of New Zealand.
- Several parts of the Hakahaka Dragon's description allude to different ball games, which is likely due to its spherical nature in its baby form:
- There are several possible allusions to the 2016 Disney movie Moana throughout the Hakahaka Dragon's description.
- The "enchanted coconuts" are likely a reference to the Kakamora - living coconut pirates who are secondary antagonists in the film.
- The description of Malina's journey - "traversing landscapes filled with volcanic eruptions, sailing across deadly seas" - is very reminiscent of Moana's journey.
- Moana is strongly influenced by Pacific Islander culture, including Maori traditions.
- The villagers of Moana's home island are very fond of coconuts.
- The Hakahaka Dragon's swirling markings may be a reference to the tattoos of Maui - one of the main characters of the film. Like the dragon, his tattoos are magical and appear after significant events in his life.
- When first hatching the dragon, the message you get simply says "You're welcome."- the title of one of Maui's songs when first meeting Moana.