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- The Ragnarok Dragon was released on October 7, 2014, along with the Large Apocalypse Habitat.
- The Ragnarok Dragon is the first dragon to list its combo in its description.
- The Ragnarok Dragon is the first dragon to have its description written as a poem.
- The Ragnarok Dragon's breeding hint costed 20 gems, instead of 15 gems like the other permanent epic dragons when it was initially released.
- There are multiple references to the Ragnarök, a series of future events in Norse mythology:
- The element the dragon belongs to, Apocalypse element, is likely a reference to after the events of Ragnarök the world will resurface anew and fertile.
- The buying price of 1,300 gems is likely a reference to Ragnarök primarily being compiled in the 13th century.
- The description being written as a poem is likely a reference to the Poetic Edda, a collection of old Old Norse poems, in which the events of Ragnarök were compiled.
- The selling price of 2,221,024 dragoncash is likely a reference to the modern influence from Ragnarök in which it was widely reported in English media that Ragnarök would occur on February 22, 2014.
- The experience amount of 201,413 is likely a reference to how the reports that Ragnarök would occur on Februrary 22, 2014 were told in late 2013 and early 2014.
- This is depicted in the order of the chosen digits because 14 (early) comes before 13 (late) in the amount, and 20 (the first two digits of the year) is before both of them.
- There are a few references to the battle told in the poem Völuspá:
- "Wolfish" may be a reference to how Odin had to fight the wolf Fenrir.
- "serpentine" may be a reference to how Thor had to fight the serpent Jörmungandr.
- "In cold, dark earth howled fire song!" may be a reference to how after the battle the Sun became black (dark), the earth sunk into the sea (earth), stars vanished (cold), and steam rose and flames touched the heavens (fire).
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