The Loop (Games)
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Breeding a Plant Dragon with an Ironwood Dragon will only result in a Metal Dragon or Plant Dragon.
Ironwood Dragon's Opposite: Malachite Dragon
Coin per minute:
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Boost Calculation Guide to use with the page linked above.
- The Ironwood Dragon was introduced as a hidden dragon, along with the Rain Dragon, on August 16, 2012.
- The Sandara Desert that appears in the description is most likely a reference to the Sonora Desert, where Ironwood trees grow.
- The Latin name for the Ironwood tree that grows in the Sonora Desert is Olneya tesota. The reference to "Tessa Lonya" in the Ironwood Dragon description may be a modified rearrangement of the letters in that term.
- The Ironwood Dragon, like all the other Opposite Dragons, cannot be positively affected by a boost, because Plant and Metal are opposite elements.
- On December 19, 2012, all of the Opposite Dragons disappeared from the market.
- All of them reappeared in the market on January 14, 2013, when the "Bring 'Em Back!" event ended.
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