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Boost Calculation Guide to use with the page linked above.
- The Nectar Dragon was released on May 13, 2014, along with the Dragonarium, Sulfur Dragon, Arctic Dragon, Orchid Dragon, and the Wisp Dragon.
- The description of the Nectar Dragon had an error in the breeding time when it was first released. The in-game indicator stated that the breeding time was 15 hours, rather than the actual time of 5 hours.
- The River Ambrosia is likely a reference to ambrosia, the food of the gods in ancient Greek mythology.
- In Greek mythology, the terms "nectar" and "ambrosia" are often used interchangeably, although sometimes one is named the drink of the gods, and the other the food.
- This also ties in with the recurring location Mount Oly's name being based on Mount Olympus, the home of the Greek gods.
- Another reference to Greek mythology is the witch Tantalia, who may be named after Tantalus, a king who was invited to dine on Mount Olympus, but tried to steal the gods' ambrosia and nectar and bring it back to his people. For this he was punished for eternity in Tartarus, where he was forced to stand in a river up to his chin, with fruit on branches just above his head which retreated whenever he reached out for them.
- In another story, however, Tantalus did not steal the ambrosia, but killed his son to dine him to the gods, which made them punish him.
- The goal completion text for the Nectar Dragon reads "Your guests will be all abuzz to see this dragon". This may be a reference to animals such as bees and hummingbirds, which feed primarily on nectar and making a buzzing sound while they fly.