- The elements that are present in the pair.
- The rift alignment inside the Rift Dimension.
- The traits which a specific dragon has.
- Rift Breeding a specific dragon can take several attempts.
- Regular breeding caves cannot be used to breed rift dragons or any dragon with traits.
Note: The order of the dragons being bred does NOT impact upon the result.
How to Breed
To breed, tap on the Rift Breeding Cave, which will glow. Then, tap on the "Breed" button, and a menu with two sides, "Dragon one", and "Dragon two", will open. Dragons will be available for breeding once they are at level four or higher, and incompatible or unbreedable dragons will be "greyed out". Players must select one dragon on either side. Once the dragons are selected, press the "Breed" button at the lower center of the menu. To use the same pair of dragons used in the most recent breeding attempt, press the "Retry" button and confirm the re-use of the dragons.
|Breed Button||Retry Button|
- A list of dragons and information about which dragons and/or elements are needed to breed appears, when this section is selected.
When rift breeding was introduced to the game, a tutorial explaining how rift breeding worked, was started along with the rest of the Rift Dimension tutorial.
The process of this tutorial which illustrates rift breeding can be viewed in the gallery to the right.
Cost To Breed
The following is a table of the cost of etherium per use of the cave. The cost resets daily when the game resets.
The rift alignment can affect which trait is given to a dragon bred through rift breeding.
Rift alignment can be changed at the Rift Gate for 4,000.
Rift alignment works on a twenty-four countdown and may change at the game reset time each day.
Some dragons may require a specific rift alignment to be bred along with other requirements from the rift breeding pair.
Example: The Antumbra Dragon requires the rift alignment to be set to earth.
- Main article: Traits
Traits are given to some dragons through rift breeding.
Traits can be given to a dragon of the same kind if one of another trait has already been hatched.
Example: If the player has a Coral Dragon with a lightning trait and then breeds a Coral Dragon with a water trait, the Coral Dragon with the water trait does not have to be hatched for the Coral Dragon with the lightning trait to be to switch to the water trait at the Transfiguration Tower.
Some dragons may require a dragon with a specific trait along with other requirements from the rift breeding pair in order to be bred.
Example: The Kampos Dragon requires there to be at least one water trait to be bred.
Rift breeding may result in a dragon which the player may not want to keep.
Example: It may cost 220 to use the Rift Breeding Cave, but releasing a dragon may give 100.
If there is no room within any of the rift habitats or the Rift Hibernation Cave within the player's Rift Dimension, the game will default to asking the player to move the recently bred dragon to the player's park instead.
One dragon may be moved it either direction at the same time, or two can be moved in the same direction at the same time.
- Rift Breeding was added on September 13, 2017 as part of Update 4.0.