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Last update: 10/08/17 Added inactive-user clause to Dominance description, added other methods of obtaining vistas, updated list of genes in gene rarity section, added info about Joxar's Spare Inventory, changed name from "Dragons Wanted" to "Find a Dragon", updated Auction House sections, added screenshot to Notifications section, added PA to slang glossary Still to update: add new crossroads description, dressing room Tumblr permalinks (not updated): [url=http://ominouspotato.tumblr.com/post/60098948836/a-guide-for-new-flight-rising-users-part-one-the]Part One[/url], [url=http://ominouspotato.tumblr.com/post/60126257028/flight-rising-guide-for-newbies-part-y-2-beyond-the]Part Two[/url] [size=5][b]Index[/b][/size] [LIST] [b]----POST 1----[/b] [*]0.5 - Signing up [*]1 - Choosing your flight [*]2 - Your first and second dragons [b]----POST 2----[/b] [*]3 - Breeding dragons [b]----POST 3----[/b] [*]4 - Feeding your dragons; your lair and hoard; gathering items [b]----POST 4----[/b] [*]5 - Currencies, games, and ways to spend [b]----POST 5----[/b] [*]6 - Other activities: Trading Post, Familiars, Coliseum, Achievements, Dominance [b]----POST 6----[/b] [*]7 - Aren’t we the Socialite - mail, forums, events, clan profile, friends [b]----POST 7----[/b] [*]Appendix - genes and breeding genes [*]Appendix - commonly used forum slang and abbreviations [*]Concluding remarks [b]----POST 8----[/b] [*]FAQ [/LIST] [size=5][b][0.5 Signing up][/b][/size] On the front page, the option to sign up is located in the top right corner, embedded in the top banner. This is also where you will sign in once you are registered. To sign up, you need a functional e-mail; once you input that with a username and password (as far as I remember), an e-mail will be sent that gives you a confirmation link. Click that. Note that you have one free username change; after your free one further changes will cost 1500 gems. Be sure to read the rules and terms of service. Note that only one account is allowed per person and multiple people may [b]not[/b] share an account; sharing a computer with a person who has a separate Flight Rising account is allowed. [size=5][b][1. Choosing your flight][/b][/size] The first thing you will be prompted to do on sign-up is choose a flight. They say this is inconsequential, but it’s not. Your flight determines the eye colour of your first dragons and any offspring that is hatched in your nest. Eye colours are as follows: Wind - light green Water - deep blue Ice - white Nature - deep green Light - light yellow Earth - deep brown Arcane - pink Plague - red Shadow - purple Lightning - light blue Fire - orange [img]http://media.tumblr.com/af752811bbd72eb8a7d2a6d535ccd21e/tumblr_inline_msixy9NumJ1qz4rgp.png[/img] (image credit to [url=http://meandering-miasma.tumblr.com]meandering-miasma[/url]) Each flight has a sort of legacy that acts like a personality test - for example, Light flighters are studious, Arcane flighters are dreamers, Wind flighters are explorers - and another way to choose is to pick the one that matches you best. However, this is not by any means required. Each flight also has its own deity (the Windsinger, the Tidelord, the Icewarden, etc.) but there is relatively little interaction so far with said deity. Each week there is an event called Dominance, which is calculated based on how many people are in your flight, and how many dragons per user are exalted (sent forever to your dragon deity and removed from the game). Some flights are larger than others and therefore have to exalt more dragons to match the per-user ratio of smaller flights. (Inactive users, however, are not counted in dominance calculations.) For more on Dominance, see part 2. Flight also affects the appearance (but not the outcome or fertility) of your nests and your unhatched eggs, and the location of your lair, but these are inconsequential. An independent comparison of flight aesthetics can be found [url=http://draconomicon.tumblr.com/post/82615751757]here[/url]. Like username changes, you now have one free flight change, and any after that will cost 1500 gems and requires a “cooldown” of six months. [img]http://media.tumblr.com/84f92ec1f961c1a778efe60e880f9424/tumblr_inline_mv6le3IhpX1qi4uhu.png[/img] (screenshot credit to [url=http://chaemeradragons.tumblr.com]chaemeradragons[/url]) [size=5][b][2. Your first and second dragons][/b][/size] [img]http://media.tumblr.com/f3398c5c5500c4e52918b37a045d299c/tumblr_inline_mv4mwyimeC1qi4uhu.png[/img] (credit to [url=http://cutebookgirl.tumblr.com]cutebookgirl[/url] for the screenshot) Your first dragon, or your progenitor, will be the only dragon whose colours you get to customize, so pick wisely! You get to choose between four breeds: Tundra [img]http://media.tumblr.com/7acfe14df037a68bf6746cf276459640/tumblr_inline_msigpiYcYx1qz4rgp.png[/img] Mirror [img]http://media.tumblr.com/e9795e3409757115cab822c1f1de4bcf/tumblr_inline_msigroh4kc1qz4rgp.png[/img] Fae [img]http://media.tumblr.com/cddbdd8532d09d3d9aa458ad7a5d9bf8/tumblr_inline_msigsx2Qro1qz4rgp.png[/img] and Guardian [img]http://media.tumblr.com/97321f860c60302ffd23bcb7897d1a71/tumblr_inline_msigtboQGB1qz4rgp.png[/img] Each has its own lore (located [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?p=wiki]here[/url]), but other than that your first choice should be based on preference. However, keep in mind that at any time you may change the breed of your dragon to any other breed except Imperial, (but breed changes are expensive!) and there are more breeds than the first four. The gender of your first dragon is inconsequential, as you will receive a randomly-generated dragon of the opposite gender later (more on that later). Now, colours. Do whatever suits you: make a pretty dragon, make an ugly dragon, make whatever you want, but remember that [i]this is the only time you will be able to easily guarantee specific colours[/i], so choose wisely! Note that only the 67 old colours are available colours for your first and second dragons; you can acquire the others only through hatching Unhatched Eggs, breeding, or Scatterscrolls. You are able to choose the primary (that is, the colour of the body) and the secondary (the wings); a tertiary will be randomly assigned. A tertiary colour is not visible on the body or wings unless you use genes - more on that below. You are forced to name your dragon immediately, but names may be changed with an item called a Scroll of Renaming. [item=Scroll of Renaming] Now you have your first dragon and - what’s this - another dragon joins your clan! (This is the only time this will happen in the game.) This second dragon is guaranteed to be the opposite gender of your first, and the traditional method is to breed the two for your first clutch of eggs. Hold on! First, check the breeding results generator [url=http://fr.fintastic.net]here[/url] by inputting the colours for each of your first dragons for a range of offspring colours, or [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?p=scrying&view=progeny]here[/url] by inputting the ID numbers of your dragons, for offspring examples. If you like that range, feel free - head on over to the Nesting Grounds (see next section). If you don’t, visit the Dragons tab of the Auction House (located on left sidebar, under Shop) or the Dragon Sales forum and browse for a dragon of your liking to breed with your dragon(s). Note: if you really, really dislike your first or second dragon, there are options to rectify that. You may use genes (see Appendix), change the breed of the dragon, equip a skin or accent (an overlay), exalt your dragon, or use a Tri-Color Scatterscroll. [item=Tri-Color Scatterscroll] A Scatterscroll is available in the specialty section of the Marketplace for 350 gems, or in the Auction House from other users, and will completely randomize the primary, secondary, and tertiary colours of any dragon. My random dragon started as this: [img]http://media.tumblr.com/fa699093e70f43b4b7275df46efe266b/tumblr_inline_msigxzoefD1qz4rgp.png[/img] and went to this: [img]http://media.tumblr.com/2ac2963d03f86b1a7de643294908b815/tumblr_inline_msigzwH0xG1qz4rgp.png[/img] and then this, upon using a second Scatterscroll: [img]http://media.tumblr.com/143f27a765e6a5069122e9abaf6600d2/tumblr_inline_msih0sttTQ1qz4rgp.png[/img] Exalting your first or second dragon will [b]not[/b] bring in the usual exalting rewards - usually you will receive a small sum of treasure - and will not count towards your flight’s dominance; I would treat exalting your progenitors as a last resort. Did you exalt your progenitor and now you regret it? As of August 2016, Flight Rising introduced [url=https://www1.flightrising.com/forums/frd/1946827]progenitor restoration[/url]. You can submit a ticket through Contact Us with the subject line [b]Progenitor Restoration[/b], which includes the ID numbers of the exalted progenitors. See the linked thread for more information. ------------------------------------------------------------------- The updated colour wheel of FR: [center] [url=http://pre05.deviantart.net/1990/th/pre/i/2016/161/f/0/flightrising_new_color_wheel_by_isellahowler-da5s3iq.png][img]http://pre05.deviantart.net/1990/th/pre/i/2016/161/f/0/flightrising_new_color_wheel_by_isellahowler-da5s3iq.png[/img][/url]
Last update: 10/08/17 Added inactive-user clause to Dominance description, added other methods of obtaining vistas, updated list of genes in gene rarity section, added info about Joxar's Spare Inventory, changed name from "Dragons Wanted" to "Find a Dragon", updated Auction House sections, added screenshot to Notifications section, added PA to slang glossary

Still to update: add new crossroads description, dressing room

Tumblr permalinks (not updated): Part One, Part Two

Index
----POST 1----
[*]0.5 - Signing up
[*]1 - Choosing your flight
[*]2 - Your first and second dragons
----POST 2----
[*]3 - Breeding dragons
----POST 3----
[*]4 - Feeding your dragons; your lair and hoard; gathering items
----POST 4----
[*]5 - Currencies, games, and ways to spend
----POST 5----
[*]6 - Other activities: Trading Post, Familiars, Coliseum, Achievements, Dominance
----POST 6----
[*]7 - Aren’t we the Socialite - mail, forums, events, clan profile, friends
----POST 7----
[*]Appendix - genes and breeding genes
[*]Appendix - commonly used forum slang and abbreviations
[*]Concluding remarks
----POST 8----
[*]FAQ


[0.5 Signing up]

On the front page, the option to sign up is located in the top right corner, embedded in the top banner. This is also where you will sign in once you are registered.

To sign up, you need a functional e-mail; once you input that with a username and password (as far as I remember), an e-mail will be sent that gives you a confirmation link. Click that.

Note that you have one free username change; after your free one further changes will cost 1500 gems.

Be sure to read the rules and terms of service. Note that only one account is allowed per person and multiple people may not share an account; sharing a computer with a person who has a separate Flight Rising account is allowed.

[1. Choosing your flight]

The first thing you will be prompted to do on sign-up is choose a flight. They say this is inconsequential, but it’s not. Your flight determines the eye colour of your first dragons and any offspring that is hatched in your nest. Eye colours are as follows:

Wind - light green

Water - deep blue

Ice - white

Nature - deep green

Light - light yellow

Earth - deep brown

Arcane - pink

Plague - red

Shadow - purple

Lightning - light blue

Fire - orange

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(image credit to meandering-miasma)

Each flight has a sort of legacy that acts like a personality test - for example, Light flighters are studious, Arcane flighters are dreamers, Wind flighters are explorers - and another way to choose is to pick the one that matches you best. However, this is not by any means required. Each flight also has its own deity (the Windsinger, the Tidelord, the Icewarden, etc.) but there is relatively little interaction so far with said deity.

Each week there is an event called Dominance, which is calculated based on how many people are in your flight, and how many dragons per user are exalted (sent forever to your dragon deity and removed from the game). Some flights are larger than others and therefore have to exalt more dragons to match the per-user ratio of smaller flights. (Inactive users, however, are not counted in dominance calculations.) For more on Dominance, see part 2.

Flight also affects the appearance (but not the outcome or fertility) of your nests and your unhatched eggs, and the location of your lair, but these are inconsequential. An independent comparison of flight aesthetics can be found here.

Like username changes, you now have one free flight change, and any after that will cost 1500 gems and requires a “cooldown” of six months.

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(screenshot credit to chaemeradragons)

[2. Your first and second dragons]

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(credit to cutebookgirl for the screenshot)

Your first dragon, or your progenitor, will be the only dragon whose colours you get to customize, so pick wisely! You get to choose between four breeds:

Tundra

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Mirror

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Fae

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and Guardian

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Each has its own lore (located here), but other than that your first choice should be based on preference. However, keep in mind that at any time you may change the breed of your dragon to any other breed except Imperial, (but breed changes are expensive!) and there are more breeds than the first four.

The gender of your first dragon is inconsequential, as you will receive a randomly-generated dragon of the opposite gender later (more on that later).

Now, colours. Do whatever suits you: make a pretty dragon, make an ugly dragon, make whatever you want, but remember that this is the only time you will be able to easily guarantee specific colours, so choose wisely! Note that only the 67 old colours are available colours for your first and second dragons; you can acquire the others only through hatching Unhatched Eggs, breeding, or Scatterscrolls.

You are able to choose the primary (that is, the colour of the body) and the secondary (the wings); a tertiary will be randomly assigned. A tertiary colour is not visible on the body or wings unless you use genes - more on that below.

You are forced to name your dragon immediately, but names may be changed with an item called a Scroll of Renaming.


Now you have your first dragon and - what’s this - another dragon joins your clan! (This is the only time this will happen in the game.) This second dragon is guaranteed to be the opposite gender of your first, and the traditional method is to breed the two for your first clutch of eggs. Hold on! First, check the breeding results generator here by inputting the colours for each of your first dragons for a range of offspring colours, or here by inputting the ID numbers of your dragons, for offspring examples. If you like that range, feel free - head on over to the Nesting Grounds (see next section). If you don’t, visit the Dragons tab of the Auction House (located on left sidebar, under Shop) or the Dragon Sales forum and browse for a dragon of your liking to breed with your dragon(s).

Note: if you really, really dislike your first or second dragon, there are options to rectify that. You may use genes (see Appendix), change the breed of the dragon, equip a skin or accent (an overlay), exalt your dragon, or use a Tri-Color Scatterscroll.

A Scatterscroll is available in the specialty section of the Marketplace for 350 gems, or in the Auction House from other users, and will completely randomize the primary, secondary, and tertiary colours of any dragon. My random dragon started as this:

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and went to this:

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and then this, upon using a second Scatterscroll:

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Exalting your first or second dragon will not bring in the usual exalting rewards - usually you will receive a small sum of treasure - and will not count towards your flight’s dominance; I would treat exalting your progenitors as a last resort.

Did you exalt your progenitor and now you regret it? As of August 2016, Flight Rising introduced progenitor restoration. You can submit a ticket through Contact Us with the subject line Progenitor Restoration, which includes the ID numbers of the exalted progenitors. See the linked thread for more information.


The updated colour wheel of FR:
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[size=5][b][3. Breeding Dragons][/b][/size] You have your first pair, good for you! This pair must be of opposite genders to breed on Flight Rising, and must have no breeding cooldown (see below). You can use the colour wheel in the post above to predict the range of colours in the offspring produced. The range is determined by the shortest path around the wheel between (and including) two colours. When you are ready to breed your dragons, you may visit your [b]Nesting Grounds[/b] (located on the left sidebar, under Clan). You will see two nests there. (You may upgrade to possess a third nest for 25,000 treasure.) To breed your dragons, click the “breed” button on an empty nest. A new page will load with a dropdown menu on either side of the nest. One side will have available males; the other available females. You may change the combination at any time before you breed them. When you pick one of each, you may preview what some hatchlings may look like by clicking the “preview offspring” button. (If you wish to preview the offspring of dragons not yet ready to breed, input their IDs [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?p=scrying&view=progeny]here[/url].) You may click the preview button as many times as you like. If you are satisfied with the possible outcomes, click the breed button, right next to preview offspring. You will get a confirmation box with the names of the dragons and a message about breeding cooldowns. When a dragon breeds, there is a period of time before the dragon may breed again; this is called a [b]breeding cooldown[/b]. Different breeds have different lengths of cooldowns; it depends on the breed’s rarity. Plentiful - 15 day cooldown - Tundra, Guardian, Fae, Mirror Common - 20 day cooldown - Snapper, Pearlcatcher, Spiral, Ridgeback Uncommon - 25 days - Skydancer, Bogsneak Limited - 30 days - Imperials, Nocturnes Rare - 35 days - Wildclaw, Coatl This [i]does[/i] include time sitting on the nest in any case. Breed rarity will also affect the breed outcomes of the nest (see Appendix). A Wind nest will look something like this (one of my old nests). [img]http://media.tumblr.com/32f949664c1e85f1c79fd5a59ad9ef9b/tumblr_inline_msiva13Lnp1qz4rgp.png[/img] As you can see, this pair has laid two eggs, which are circled in black; any nest may have between one and four eggs, with the (rare) possibility of five eggs if the two dragons are different breeds. The left is male and the right is a female. The small egg icon with an ‘x’ through it is the icon for breeding cooldown; if it is absent from a dragon, that dragon may breed. The rest of the circled items are explained below. Circled in [color=red]red[/color]: The Incubate Button. Once you have a nest you may immediately incubate it by clicking the “Incubate” button. You may incubate each nest once per day (including the day that the nest is laid) Circled in [color=purple]purple[/color]: Incubation Timer. Clicking the incubate button will cause the incubation timer to advance. A nest takes five incubations to hatch; these do not necessarily have to be every day, but it is recommended to get your nest to hatch faster. Circled in [color=green]green[/color]. Alternatively, there is an item called the Boon of Fertility (obtained from the specialty section of the Marketplace for 350 gems, or from other users in the Other tab of the Auction House). [item=Boon of Fertility] This will allow your nest to hatch immediately without incubation; you can use this item by clicking the button circled in green, which will light up when the item is in your hoard. This nest has one day of incubation left; the nest will be available to hatch on the day [b]following[/b] the day when there are zero incubations left. To hatch the eggs in the nest, click on the “Hatch” button when it appears. When you hatch your clutch, there will be a picture of your hatchlings in a grey box; these hatchlings can be examined individually in more detail from your lair. You must have enough space in your lair for all hatchlings to be able to hatch a nest. NOTE: that the two members of a breeding pair must not be near related to each other; they must be at least five generations apart, or completely unrelated, to breed. You can check the relatedness of a pair by inputting their IDs [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?p=scrying&view=bloodlines]here[/url] (part of the Scrying Workshop). For information on breeding genes, see below.
[3. Breeding Dragons]

You have your first pair, good for you! This pair must be of opposite genders to breed on Flight Rising, and must have no breeding cooldown (see below). You can use the colour wheel in the post above to predict the range of colours in the offspring produced. The range is determined by the shortest path around the wheel between (and including) two colours.

When you are ready to breed your dragons, you may visit your Nesting Grounds (located on the left sidebar, under Clan). You will see two nests there. (You may upgrade to possess a third nest for 25,000 treasure.) To breed your dragons, click the “breed” button on an empty nest. A new page will load with a dropdown menu on either side of the nest. One side will have available males; the other available females. You may change the combination at any time before you breed them. When you pick one of each, you may preview what some hatchlings may look like by clicking the “preview offspring” button. (If you wish to preview the offspring of dragons not yet ready to breed, input their IDs here.) You may click the preview button as many times as you like. If you are satisfied with the possible outcomes, click the breed button, right next to preview offspring. You will get a confirmation box with the names of the dragons and a message about breeding cooldowns.

When a dragon breeds, there is a period of time before the dragon may breed again; this is called a breeding cooldown. Different breeds have different lengths of cooldowns; it depends on the breed’s rarity.
Plentiful - 15 day cooldown - Tundra, Guardian, Fae, Mirror
Common - 20 day cooldown - Snapper, Pearlcatcher, Spiral, Ridgeback
Uncommon - 25 days - Skydancer, Bogsneak
Limited - 30 days - Imperials, Nocturnes
Rare - 35 days - Wildclaw, Coatl
This does include time sitting on the nest in any case. Breed rarity will also affect the breed outcomes of the nest (see Appendix).

A Wind nest will look something like this (one of my old nests).

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As you can see, this pair has laid two eggs, which are circled in black; any nest may have between one and four eggs, with the (rare) possibility of five eggs if the two dragons are different breeds. The left is male and the right is a female. The small egg icon with an ‘x’ through it is the icon for breeding cooldown; if it is absent from a dragon, that dragon may breed. The rest of the circled items are explained below.

Circled in red: The Incubate Button.
Once you have a nest you may immediately incubate it by clicking the “Incubate” button. You may incubate each nest once per day (including the day that the nest is laid)

Circled in purple: Incubation Timer.
Clicking the incubate button will cause the incubation timer to advance. A nest takes five incubations to hatch; these do not necessarily have to be every day, but it is recommended to get your nest to hatch faster.

Circled in green.
Alternatively, there is an item called the Boon of Fertility (obtained from the specialty section of the Marketplace for 350 gems, or from other users in the Other tab of the Auction House).

This will allow your nest to hatch immediately without incubation; you can use this item by clicking the button circled in green, which will light up when the item is in your hoard. This nest has one day of incubation left; the nest will be available to hatch on the day following the day when there are zero incubations left.

To hatch the eggs in the nest, click on the “Hatch” button when it appears. When you hatch your clutch, there will be a picture of your hatchlings in a grey box; these hatchlings can be examined individually in more detail from your lair. You must have enough space in your lair for all hatchlings to be able to hatch a nest.

NOTE: that the two members of a breeding pair must not be near related to each other; they must be at least five generations apart, or completely unrelated, to breed. You can check the relatedness of a pair by inputting their IDs here (part of the Scrying Workshop).

For information on breeding genes, see below.
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[size=5][b][4. Feeding your dragons; your lair, hoard, and vault; gathering items][/b][/size] You can access your lair by clicking the “Dragon Lair” link on the left sidebar. You will encounter something that looks like this: [img]http://media.tumblr.com/e3834411ee646b033a6151252324ea18/tumblr_inline_msivcdrNr61qz4rgp.png[/img] In your lair you can do and see a number of things. You may regenerate all of a dragon’s images, to reset any incorrect images (such as babies not changing to adult forms when they grow up), by clicking the red arrow in a circle by the dragon’s name. After regenerating an image, you must wait five minutes before repeating this feature for any other dragon. Circled in [color=blue]blue[/color]. You may change the order of dragons in your lair by clicking “Arrange”, circled in blue, and dragging your dragons into your preferred order. Circled in [color=green]green[/color]. The energy level of your dragon, which goes down by one about four times a day. This can be restored by feeding your dragons. Circled in [color=red]red[/color]. You can feed your dragon by clicking the “Feed” button, circled in red. This will take food from your food stores, just above the top of the screenshot. Specific breeds of dragons eat specific types of food; the four types of food are [b]bugs, plants, seafood[/b], and [b]meat.[/b] You can check which type of food your dragon eats by hovering over its image. You get 50 of each type of food point on starting; you may obtain more food by converting it from your hoard. [b]Obtaining and Converting Food[/b] To access your hoard (your inventory), click the “Hoard” link under “Clan.” The first tab will have food in it. You can obtain food by [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/gather]Gathering[/url], as loot in the [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/coliseum]Coliseum[/url], from [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/trading/pinkpile]Pinkerton[/url], from brewing the Soylent items from [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/trading/baldwin/create]Baldwin[/url], or buying it from other users in the [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/auction-house]Auction House[/url]. If you have no food, the fastest way to obtain food is to gather it. You gather by clicking the “Gather Items” link in the left sidebar under Clan, or by clicking [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/gather]here[/url]. There are six gathering options: [b]Hunting[/b] gives you meat-type food, [b]Fishing[/b] gives you seafood-type food, [b]Bug Catching[/b] gives you insect-type food, [b]Foraging[/b] gives you plant-type food, [b]Digging[/b] gives you materials/chests/other items, and [b]Scavenging[/b] gives you eggs/junk/other items. You have ten gathering chances a day, fifteen if you keep your clan energy above 80% for three consecutive days. (As mentioned above, if your flight has Dominance, you will receive various extra turns.) You can find different items in different elemental areas; change the area if you want by using the dropdown menu. Once you have food, go to your Hoard. If you're a hoarder like me, it may look something like this: [img]https://68.media.tumblr.com/6df178f7a20ae053a169dae7252beb1c/tumblr_ok98m4xEKY1qjtulxo1_1280.png[/img] If you hover over an item, you will see its description, its sell price, and, if it is a food item, the number of food points it will give. Circled in [color=brown]brown[/color] Your other items will be kept in other tabs of your hoard. To visit a tab, simply click on its name. -Food: your food items -Materials: Baldwin items and "material"-class items (somewhat arbitrary) -Apparel: your clothes/apparel items for your dragon -Familiars: your familiars -Battle Items: all Battle Stones, Tinctures of Dissolution, Health Potions, and anti-effect potions. These may only be used in the [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/coliseum]Coliseum[/url]. -Skins: your skins and accents. These may only be applied to a dragon via the dragon's profile page. -Specialty: Gene and Breed Scrolls, Forum Vistas, Boons of Fertility, and other scrolls with special effects -Other: arbitrary "trinket"-class items, Unhatched Eggs, chests, festival currency and chests, and apparel bundles from the gem marketplace. Circled in [color=purple]purple[/color]: Check/Uncheck All Useful if you want to perform an action (converting food, autoselling, moving to vault) on all items in the tab. Circled in [color=green]green[/color]: Sort You may filter the type of food using the “Sort” drop-down menu next to the convert button. This is helpful if you are only looking for a specific type of food like meat. Circled in [color= blue]blue[/color]. The type of food that converting an item will give you. For example, the top-left item gives you seafood points. Circled in [color=red]red[/color]: Convert button Your dragons cannot eat the items directly. To change these items into food points, click the square box under the item, use the drop down menu to select a quantity, and then click the convert button. Circled in [color=orange]orange[/color]: Sell button To sell an item back to the game at that small sell price, use the same steps for converting but instead click the “sell” button next to “convert”. Some items (like Swipp-exclusive apparel, gem items, and festival skins) cannot be sold back to the game. Autosell price is 10% of the price of the item in the Marketplace, if applicable. Circled in [color=yellow]yellow[/color]: Move to Vault Use the same steps for converting but instead click this button. Putting an item in your Vault will make you unable to use, sell, or convert it until it is moved back to your hoard. Circled in [color=pink]pink[/color]: Access to your Vault Click this button to take you to your Vault. It will bring you to [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?p=vault]this page[/url]. [img]https://68.media.tumblr.com/2f77ab1b9ae6f7c344f9086e29bdd8b0/tumblr_ok98m4xEKY1qjtulxo2_1280.png[/img] Circled in [color=pink]pink[/color] Click this button to go back to your Hoard. Circled in [color=green]green[/color]: Move to Hoard By checking the box next to the item's quantity and clicking this button, you can move the item(s) back to your Hoard. Circled in [color=blue]blue[/color] The Vault also acts like a bank. You can deposit treasure and gems into the Vault by clicking the [b]green plus button[/b] and entering the amount you want to put into the Vault. You can withdraw funds from the Vault by clicking the [b]red minus button[/b] and typing in the amount you want. Funds in the Vault cannot be spent until withdrawn. [b]Advantages to feeding your dragons[/b] The benefit of keeping your dragons well-fed is evident after three days. If you manage to keep your clan’s energy (reflective of your dragons’ average energy, the rainbow bar at the top right) above 80% for three consecutive days, the blue bar under the clan energy bar will fill up. When that happens, there are bonuses: five extra gathering turns per day, 250 treasure per day, 1 gem per day, and +15% battle experience. Additionally, you can unlock an achievement if you keep your clan well-fed for 15 consecutive days. If you let your dragons’ energy fall significantly, they will be unable to breed or fight in the Coliseum until they are fed.
[4. Feeding your dragons; your lair, hoard, and vault; gathering items]

You can access your lair by clicking the “Dragon Lair” link on the left sidebar. You will encounter something that looks like this:

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In your lair you can do and see a number of things.

You may regenerate all of a dragon’s images, to reset any incorrect images (such as babies not changing to adult forms when they grow up), by clicking the red arrow in a circle by the dragon’s name. After regenerating an image, you must wait five minutes before repeating this feature for any other dragon.

Circled in blue.
You may change the order of dragons in your lair by clicking “Arrange”, circled in blue, and dragging your dragons into your preferred order.

Circled in green.
The energy level of your dragon, which goes down by one about four times a day. This can be restored by feeding your dragons.

Circled in red.
You can feed your dragon by clicking the “Feed” button, circled in red. This will take food from your food stores, just above the top of the screenshot. Specific breeds of dragons eat specific types of food; the four types of food are bugs, plants, seafood, and meat. You can check which type of food your dragon eats by hovering over its image. You get 50 of each type of food point on starting; you may obtain more food by converting it from your hoard.

Obtaining and Converting Food
To access your hoard (your inventory), click the “Hoard” link under “Clan.” The first tab will have food in it. You can obtain food by Gathering, as loot in the Coliseum, from Pinkerton, from brewing the Soylent items from Baldwin, or buying it from other users in the Auction House.

If you have no food, the fastest way to obtain food is to gather it. You gather by clicking the “Gather Items” link in the left sidebar under Clan, or by clicking here. There are six gathering options: Hunting gives you meat-type food, Fishing gives you seafood-type food, Bug Catching gives you insect-type food, Foraging gives you plant-type food, Digging gives you materials/chests/other items, and Scavenging gives you eggs/junk/other items. You have ten gathering chances a day, fifteen if you keep your clan energy above 80% for three consecutive days. (As mentioned above, if your flight has Dominance, you will receive various extra turns.) You can find different items in different elemental areas; change the area if you want by using the dropdown menu.

Once you have food, go to your Hoard. If you're a hoarder like me, it may look something like this:

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If you hover over an item, you will see its description, its sell price, and, if it is a food item, the number of food points it will give.

Circled in brown
Your other items will be kept in other tabs of your hoard. To visit a tab, simply click on its name.
-Food: your food items
-Materials: Baldwin items and "material"-class items (somewhat arbitrary)
-Apparel: your clothes/apparel items for your dragon
-Familiars: your familiars
-Battle Items: all Battle Stones, Tinctures of Dissolution, Health Potions, and anti-effect potions. These may only be used in the Coliseum.
-Skins: your skins and accents. These may only be applied to a dragon via the dragon's profile page.
-Specialty: Gene and Breed Scrolls, Forum Vistas, Boons of Fertility, and other scrolls with special effects
-Other: arbitrary "trinket"-class items, Unhatched Eggs, chests, festival currency and chests, and apparel bundles from the gem marketplace.

Circled in purple: Check/Uncheck All
Useful if you want to perform an action (converting food, autoselling, moving to vault) on all items in the tab.

Circled in green: Sort
You may filter the type of food using the “Sort” drop-down menu next to the convert button. This is helpful if you are only looking for a specific type of food like meat.

Circled in blue.
The type of food that converting an item will give you. For example, the top-left item gives you seafood points.

Circled in red: Convert button
Your dragons cannot eat the items directly. To change these items into food points, click the square box under the item, use the drop down menu to select a quantity, and then click the convert button.

Circled in orange: Sell button
To sell an item back to the game at that small sell price, use the same steps for converting but instead click the “sell” button next to “convert”. Some items (like Swipp-exclusive apparel, gem items, and festival skins) cannot be sold back to the game. Autosell price is 10% of the price of the item in the Marketplace, if applicable.

Circled in yellow: Move to Vault
Use the same steps for converting but instead click this button. Putting an item in your Vault will make you unable to use, sell, or convert it until it is moved back to your hoard.

Circled in pink: Access to your Vault
Click this button to take you to your Vault. It will bring you to this page.

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Circled in pink
Click this button to go back to your Hoard.

Circled in green: Move to Hoard
By checking the box next to the item's quantity and clicking this button, you can move the item(s) back to your Hoard.

Circled in blue
The Vault also acts like a bank. You can deposit treasure and gems into the Vault by clicking the green plus button and entering the amount you want to put into the Vault. You can withdraw funds from the Vault by clicking the red minus button and typing in the amount you want. Funds in the Vault cannot be spent until withdrawn.

Advantages to feeding your dragons
The benefit of keeping your dragons well-fed is evident after three days. If you manage to keep your clan’s energy (reflective of your dragons’ average energy, the rainbow bar at the top right) above 80% for three consecutive days, the blue bar under the clan energy bar will fill up. When that happens, there are bonuses: five extra gathering turns per day, 250 treasure per day, 1 gem per day, and +15% battle experience. Additionally, you can unlock an achievement if you keep your clan well-fed for 15 consecutive days. If you let your dragons’ energy fall significantly, they will be unable to breed or fight in the Coliseum until they are fed.
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[size=5][b][5. Currencies, games, and ways to spend][/b][/size] A brief overview of money and the site: There are two currencies. One is called [b]gems[/b], and is exclusively obtained from donating to the site (this can be done under “[url=http://www1.flightrising.com/buy-gems]Purchase Gems[/url]” in the left sidebar under “Shop”). One gem equals one US cent but there are bonuses for larger packages. They can also be obtained in small quantities from chests, exalting a dragon (rarely), or from users that already have gems. Gems can be used to buy items exclusive to the gem-only portion of the Marketplace (see below). You can see how much of each currency you have under your clan’s rainbow energy bar: the coin indicates treasure, and the diamond indicates gems. The second type of currency is called treasure, and is obtained by many means. Different users have different methods of earning treasure; there is no one best method. The most basic way to obtain treasure, however, is through games. Currently there are six games, which can be found in the Fairgrounds under "Play": -[b]Jigsaw[/b], which is a puzzle, has easy, medium and hard. The best strategy is arguably to do it on easy, but if you want a challenge the other levels are available. -[b]Runestones of the Arcanist[/b] is a matching game that gets progressively more difficult as you go along, with more stones to flip per level. The best strategy is to only go up to level 9 or so then start over. -[b]Higher or Lower[/b] is available to play 25 times per hour. It’s a simple game where you guess if the card will be higher or lower than the current one. (Cards range from 1 to 13.) It’s random, but odds are that 8 and above produce lower cards, while 6 and below produce higher cards. If you get a seven, guess either way. Each correct guess nets you 65t. -[b]Shock Switch[/b] is in my opinion the easiest game to get treasure. There are lines of blocks, which you have to get in a straight line of three either horizontally or vertically. You may only switch blocks that are next to each other horizontally. My preferred method is to advance the blocks almost to the top, then click randomly and hysterically near the bottom. -[b]Tidal Trouble[/b] is pretty fun. It's like Faerie Bubbles on Neopets - aim with your cursor or the arrow keys, and connect three bubbles or more to eliminate the group. Get rid of all bubbles before a bubble crosses the line at the bottom to win the payout. Payout varies from 240-520t per round, depending on average success rate. There is an option to submit custom puzzles as well (which does not earn treasure). -[b]Artifracture[/b] is the newest game, which is enjoyable but more stressful than Tidal Trouble. You switch adjacent artifacts to make a match of three or more; you have a set number of specific artifacts required to pass the level. You may only make a maximum of 75,000 treasure per day total from games; this is referred to as your Lucky Streak. Another note on terms: often users on the forums will give the abbreviation “K” for “thousand.” So 200K would equal 200,000(t). --------------------------------- [b]Ways to buy stuff[/b] So now you have all this money but nothing to do with it. Worry not! You will once again wallow in poverty when you buy all the pretty things from the following places. [u][url=http://www1.flightrising.com/marketplace]The Marketplace.[/url][/u] Located on the left sidebar under “Shop”, the Marketplace has the greatest variety of goods. There are the following tabs: -Apparel: pretty much clothes for your dragon -Familiars (see section on Familiars in 6 below) -Battle: items for use in the Coliseum -Specialty: breed change scrolls, gene scrolls, scrolls of renaming, scrolls for aging and deaging your dragons, as well as Boons of Fertility and Scatterscrolls. -Skins: overlays for dragons. A skin only fits a specific breed AND gender and completely obscures the original colours (except the eyes). Apparel can be fitted over a skin. You may submit your own skin designs, but to obtain the skin you need to buy a blueprint, which costs different amounts of gems depending on the package you buy. During site holidays (at the end of each month), holiday-exclusive skins are found in the Treasure section; at other times, this is empty. -Bundles: exclusively available to gems, bundles have multiple items fitting a single theme. You can buy all pieces of a set in a bundle for a cheaper price than buying each item individually. In the Marketplace, each tab (except bundles) has separate sections for gem items and treasure items. The gem items may only be purchased in the Marketplace with gems, and the treasure items only with treasure (no mixing of currencies, and items are available permanently in EITHER the gem or treasure Marketplace). Items purchased with gems are in unlimited quantities; the treasure Marketplace has the chance to restock in limited quantities every five minutes. ------------------------------------- [u][url=http://www1.flightrising.com/auction-house]The Auction House[/url][/u], from this point on referred to as the “AH”. Contrary to its name, [b]sales here are not actually auctions[/b]; this is where users sell items to each other. Again, there are similar tabs to the Marketplace, more or less corresponding to your Hoard, as well as one for dragons. [img]http://flightrising.com/dropbox/ah_hub.gif[/img] Upon first visiting the AH, you will be asked to choose between three different sections of the Auction House. -[b]Flight-specific auctions[/b] contain auctions listed and viewable only by members of your own flight. Typically, the community does not use these much, except for Dominance purposes. -[b]Realm-Wide Auctions[/b] contain auctions listed and viewable by all members of Flight Rising. -[b]Private Auctions[/b] are a quick way to exchange an item or dragon for currency with [i]one specified player[/i]. This section is often used for Dominance purposes where many dragons are being exchanged quickly. Although the default setting for each of these sections is buying, you can easily access selling from the drop down buttons at the top. [img]http://flightrising.com/dropbox/ah_buyselldropdown.gif[/img] If you are buying an item, pick which category it belongs to (ex. dragons, specialty, food). You may then access filters specific to each category. [img]http://flightrising.com/dropbox/ah_searchcollapse.gif[/img] For certain filters, you may multi-select options. This will cause it to filter to OR. For example, the following search in food would be for insects OR meat. [img]http://flightrising.com/dropbox/ah_multiselect.gif[/img] If you select multiple filters, it will act as an AND. For example: [img]http://flightrising.com/dropbox/ah_dragonsearch.jpg[/img] This will show dragons who ONLY: -are unnamed, AND -are a Guardian OR a Wildclaw OR an Imperial, AND -possess primary gene Clown OR Cherub, AND -possess primary gene Freckle, AND -possess primary gene Underbelly OR Smoke, AND -possess tertiary colour Spring OR range Coral-Maize, AND -possess primary colour range Charcoal-Lapis OR Mint-Chartreuse, AND -possess secondary colour range Grey-Carrot, AND -have a colour pattern XXX OR XYZ [see glossary of slang], AND -whose ID number has 7 digits OR 8 digits OR 9 digits. As you can see, filters can be as extensive as you wish. However, you are less likely to find what you are looking for the more filters you apply. A list of filters for all categories and what they correspond to can be found [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/ann/2145761]here[/url]. Once you have your search, you may sort the results a number of ways. [img]http://flightrising.com/dropbox/ah_sortingoptions.jpg[/img] If buying items in bulk, the best sorting option to use is Unit Price: Lowest to Highest. Hovering over the price of the auction will show you the unit price per item. [img]http://flightrising.com/dropbox/ah_unitprice.jpg[/img] Items purchased from the Marketplace and Auction House go directly to your hoard. Dragons purchased from the Auction House go to the last unoccupied space in your lair. To sell an item or dragon, you should first do a price check on whatever you are selling by searching similar things in the Buy section. Next, click the “Sell” button at the top right, between the “Buy” and “Activity” buttons, and select whether you want to start a realm-wide, flight-specific, or private auction. [img]https://78.media.tumblr.com/a2090efd70942187a062d18d357005a7/tumblr_oxif6dvYzM1qjtulxo1_540.png[/img] Circled in [color=red]red[/color]: Navigation "Buy" allows you to buy things in any auction house section. "Activity" allows you to collect profits from sold auctions, view/relist/cancel expired auctions, view your current auctions for sale, and view auctions you recently sold or purchased. Circled in [color=green]green[/color] These buttons correspond to your Hoard, with an additional button called “Dragons.” Select one of these buttons - the one that has the thing you want to sell in it. Circled in [color=purple]purple[/color]: select a currency Choose whether you want to list your auction for treasure or gems, whether you want to input the price for the total number of items (stack) or by unit price (whole numbers only), and what you want the price to be. Do not include punctuation in the price. [b]NOTE[/b]: If you are selling for gems, you MUST click the circular box next to the gem items, and input the number of gems in the gems text box; you may not choose a mix of currencies in the AH. Circled in [color=blue]blue[/color]: choose the auction time span and the quantity. The quantity and time span are drop-down menus. Your maximum quantity is the maximum number of that item you have, or 99, whichever is lower. The time span is how long you want your item to be on the market. You can choose between 1, 3, or 7 days. When selling for treasure, a longer number of days will deduct a greater service fee upon sale. This is done automatically. For a single day, the service fee is 1% of what you have made, for three days it's 2%, and for seven days it's 3%. There is no service fee for a gem sale or Private Auction. Circled in [color=yellow]yellow[/color]: choose which auction house you want to use. You may choose to make your auction viewable to all players (realm-wide), viewable to only those in your flight (flight-specific), or viewable only to a certain player (private). If you list a private auction, you must include the player's username and the auction length is automatically 7 days. When selling dragons, you must make sure that they have no apparel, skins, or familiars; are not sitting on a nest; are not already for sale; and are not one of your original two dragons, or else they will not show up to be selected. The same methods of time span and price apply, but not quantity. When another user buys your item or dragon, you can pick up the earnings from the Profits page by selecting "Collect All". [img]https://78.media.tumblr.com/e717bde1584fedfc2adbda5aa48a91d2/tumblr_oxif6dvYzM1qjtulxo3_r1_1280.png[/img] If this is an item auction and you have at least as many of that item as you sold, you can directly relist that auction from that page or the "Recent History" page by clicking the "Relist" button. [img]https://78.media.tumblr.com/c59728356ca32e0ce042b2fe4f88bd3c/tumblr_oxif6dvYzM1qjtulxo5_r1_540.png[/img] If you choose "Modify", it will bring you to the sell page above, where you can change details of the auction. From the "Activity" page, you can also cancel an ongoing auction. Simply go to "My Current Auctions" and click the "Cancel" button. [img]https://78.media.tumblr.com/ff639da339a1cd7448efd1ac6a6f013b/tumblr_oxif6dvYzM1qjtulxo4_r1_1280.png[/img] -------------------------------------- [u][url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums]The forums[/url][/u]. The forums may be accessed on the left sidebar under the heading “Library.” Specific boards in the forums are reserved for the exchange of items, currencies, and dragons. -[url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/baz]Dragons For Sale[/url] is used for the sale and auction of dragons, as well as hatcheries (user-created dragon shops advertising their pairs) -[url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drt]Dragon Trading[/url] is used for trading dragons for other dragons -[url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/drw]Find a Dragon[/url] is used for users seeking a specific dragon, or seeking dragon studs. Although not recommended in the Terms of Service, it is popular practice to lend your dragon to another user, who will then breed it with his or her own dragon and divide the hatchlings in a predetermined manner. It is acceptable to ask for collateral when lending a dragon. -[url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/ibaz]Items for Sale[/url] is used for the buying and selling of items, as well as currency exchange. Services not applicable to other threads (i.e. dragon finding services) typically go here. -[url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/raf]Raffles & Giveaways[/url] is the place where you will find giveaways for new users. :) -Your flight sales forum (ex. Light Sales, Wind Sales). This is located under the "Flight Rising" section. Sales, trades, giveaways, and raffles that are only visible to members of your flight are located here. When a dragon sale or trade is arranged, one often goes through the [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/crossroads][u]Crossroads[/u][/url] (located on the left sidebar, under “Shop”) to avoid the unpredictability of the AH. [s]There are three tabs to the Crossroads: Initiate Dragon Trade is where one sets up a trade, Trade Offers is where one accepts or denies a trade that was sent to them by another user, and Pending Requests is where one sees or cancels trades that one has sent. To send a dragon via Crossroads, start by typing in the username of the user you want to trade with. You will see then a page that has options for dragons and currencies. A dragon currently must be involved in the trade; you cannot exchange currencies or trade items through the Crossroads, only through mail. Again, you are only able to trade a dragon if it meets the criteria above (see AH). Then click the button at the bottom that sends the trade.[/s] This is out of date and needs to be rewritten. Note to self: also include Private Auctions. Note that it is considered quite rude to send a trade unprompted. Contacting first is the way to go. [b]Festive Favours and Site Holidays[/b] [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/festive-favors][u]Festive Favours[/u][/url]. Festive Favours (located under “Shop” in the left sidebar) isn’t always open and uses (surprise!) a third currency. Festive Favours is only opened the last week or so of every month except December, when flights have their holidays. The flight celebrating depends on the month, and items in the Festive Favours shop are themed to that element. Festive Favours items may only be purchased with special items available during the festival (for example, Immaculate Tablets during the Brightshine Jubilee). These items are obtained by gathering in the celebrating flight’s areas, brewing through Baldwin, and are loot from neutral or that flight’s elemental monsters in the Coliseum. There is a skin contest prior to the holiday, and most of the winners’ skins are sold for a limited time in the Marketplace or come from elemental chests. These chests are obtained from Digging and dropped as loot from Coliseum battles against a monster of the celebrating flight's element. You may also purchase a Joxar's Spare Inventory item for 90K treasure from the Festive Favors link. [item=Joxar's Spare Inventory] This item, when opened, will give you either a past holiday's items (only from festivals June 2016 or later) or a recoloured past holiday item. Sometimes it may also contain a past festival skin (June 2016 or later). It will always contain a Prismatic Token, which can be used to purchase a recoloured past holiday item of your choice. [item=Prismatic Token] Prismatic Tokens can also be crafted in Baldwin's Bubbling Brew at a high level. This brew takes 4 continuous days to complete.
[5. Currencies, games, and ways to spend]

A brief overview of money and the site: There are two currencies. One is called gems, and is exclusively obtained from donating to the site (this can be done under “Purchase Gems” in the left sidebar under “Shop”). One gem equals one US cent but there are bonuses for larger packages. They can also be obtained in small quantities from chests, exalting a dragon (rarely), or from users that already have gems. Gems can be used to buy items exclusive to the gem-only portion of the Marketplace (see below). You can see how much of each currency you have under your clan’s rainbow energy bar: the coin indicates treasure, and the diamond indicates gems.

The second type of currency is called treasure, and is obtained by many means. Different users have different methods of earning treasure; there is no one best method. The most basic way to obtain treasure, however, is through games. Currently there are six games, which can be found in the Fairgrounds under "Play":

-Jigsaw, which is a puzzle, has easy, medium and hard. The best strategy is arguably to do it on easy, but if you want a challenge the other levels are available.

-Runestones of the Arcanist is a matching game that gets progressively more difficult as you go along, with more stones to flip per level. The best strategy is to only go up to level 9 or so then start over.

-Higher or Lower is available to play 25 times per hour. It’s a simple game where you guess if the card will be higher or lower than the current one. (Cards range from 1 to 13.) It’s random, but odds are that 8 and above produce lower cards, while 6 and below produce higher cards. If you get a seven, guess either way. Each correct guess nets you 65t.

-Shock Switch is in my opinion the easiest game to get treasure. There are lines of blocks, which you have to get in a straight line of three either horizontally or vertically. You may only switch blocks that are next to each other horizontally. My preferred method is to advance the blocks almost to the top, then click randomly and hysterically near the bottom.

-Tidal Trouble is pretty fun. It's like Faerie Bubbles on Neopets - aim with your cursor or the arrow keys, and connect three bubbles or more to eliminate the group. Get rid of all bubbles before a bubble crosses the line at the bottom to win the payout. Payout varies from 240-520t per round, depending on average success rate. There is an option to submit custom puzzles as well (which does not earn treasure).

-Artifracture is the newest game, which is enjoyable but more stressful than Tidal Trouble. You switch adjacent artifacts to make a match of three or more; you have a set number of specific artifacts required to pass the level.

You may only make a maximum of 75,000 treasure per day total from games; this is referred to as your Lucky Streak. Another note on terms: often users on the forums will give the abbreviation “K” for “thousand.” So 200K would equal 200,000(t).


Ways to buy stuff

So now you have all this money but nothing to do with it. Worry not! You will once again wallow in poverty when you buy all the pretty things from the following places.

The Marketplace. Located on the left sidebar under “Shop”, the Marketplace has the greatest variety of goods. There are the following tabs:

-Apparel: pretty much clothes for your dragon

-Familiars (see section on Familiars in 6 below)

-Battle: items for use in the Coliseum

-Specialty: breed change scrolls, gene scrolls, scrolls of renaming, scrolls for aging and deaging your dragons, as well as Boons of Fertility and Scatterscrolls.

-Skins: overlays for dragons. A skin only fits a specific breed AND gender and completely obscures the original colours (except the eyes). Apparel can be fitted over a skin. You may submit your own skin designs, but to obtain the skin you need to buy a blueprint, which costs different amounts of gems depending on the package you buy. During site holidays (at the end of each month), holiday-exclusive skins are found in the Treasure section; at other times, this is empty.

-Bundles: exclusively available to gems, bundles have multiple items fitting a single theme. You can buy all pieces of a set in a bundle for a cheaper price than buying each item individually.

In the Marketplace, each tab (except bundles) has separate sections for gem items and treasure items. The gem items may only be purchased in the Marketplace with gems, and the treasure items only with treasure (no mixing of currencies, and items are available permanently in EITHER the gem or treasure Marketplace). Items purchased with gems are in unlimited quantities; the treasure Marketplace has the chance to restock in limited quantities every five minutes.


The Auction House, from this point on referred to as the “AH”. Contrary to its name, sales here are not actually auctions; this is where users sell items to each other. Again, there are similar tabs to the Marketplace, more or less corresponding to your Hoard, as well as one for dragons.

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Upon first visiting the AH, you will be asked to choose between three different sections of the Auction House.

-Flight-specific auctions contain auctions listed and viewable only by members of your own flight. Typically, the community does not use these much, except for Dominance purposes.
-Realm-Wide Auctions contain auctions listed and viewable by all members of Flight Rising.
-Private Auctions are a quick way to exchange an item or dragon for currency with one specified player. This section is often used for Dominance purposes where many dragons are being exchanged quickly.

Although the default setting for each of these sections is buying, you can easily access selling from the drop down buttons at the top.

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If you are buying an item, pick which category it belongs to (ex. dragons, specialty, food). You may then access filters specific to each category.

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For certain filters, you may multi-select options. This will cause it to filter to OR. For example, the following search in food would be for insects OR meat.

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If you select multiple filters, it will act as an AND. For example:

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This will show dragons who ONLY:
-are unnamed, AND
-are a Guardian OR a Wildclaw OR an Imperial, AND
-possess primary gene Clown OR Cherub, AND
-possess primary gene Freckle, AND
-possess primary gene Underbelly OR Smoke, AND
-possess tertiary colour Spring OR range Coral-Maize, AND
-possess primary colour range Charcoal-Lapis OR Mint-Chartreuse, AND
-possess secondary colour range Grey-Carrot, AND
-have a colour pattern XXX OR XYZ [see glossary of slang], AND
-whose ID number has 7 digits OR 8 digits OR 9 digits.

As you can see, filters can be as extensive as you wish. However, you are less likely to find what you are looking for the more filters you apply.

A list of filters for all categories and what they correspond to can be found here.

Once you have your search, you may sort the results a number of ways.

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If buying items in bulk, the best sorting option to use is Unit Price: Lowest to Highest. Hovering over the price of the auction will show you the unit price per item.

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Items purchased from the Marketplace and Auction House go directly to your hoard. Dragons purchased from the Auction House go to the last unoccupied space in your lair.

To sell an item or dragon, you should first do a price check on whatever you are selling by searching similar things in the Buy section.

Next, click the “Sell” button at the top right, between the “Buy” and “Activity” buttons, and select whether you want to start a realm-wide, flight-specific, or private auction.

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Circled in red: Navigation
"Buy" allows you to buy things in any auction house section. "Activity" allows you to collect profits from sold auctions, view/relist/cancel expired auctions, view your current auctions for sale, and view auctions you recently sold or purchased.

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These buttons correspond to your Hoard, with an additional button called “Dragons.” Select one of these buttons - the one that has the thing you want to sell in it.

Circled in purple: select a currency
Choose whether you want to list your auction for treasure or gems, whether you want to input the price for the total number of items (stack) or by unit price (whole numbers only), and what you want the price to be. Do not include punctuation in the price. NOTE: If you are selling for gems, you MUST click the circular box next to the gem items, and input the number of gems in the gems text box; you may not choose a mix of currencies in the AH.

Circled in blue: choose the auction time span and the quantity.
The quantity and time span are drop-down menus. Your maximum quantity is the maximum number of that item you have, or 99, whichever is lower. The time span is how long you want your item to be on the market. You can choose between 1, 3, or 7 days. When selling for treasure, a longer number of days will deduct a greater service fee upon sale. This is done automatically. For a single day, the service fee is 1% of what you have made, for three days it's 2%, and for seven days it's 3%. There is no service fee for a gem sale or Private Auction.

Circled in yellow: choose which auction house you want to use.
You may choose to make your auction viewable to all players (realm-wide), viewable to only those in your flight (flight-specific), or viewable only to a certain player (private). If you list a private auction, you must include the player's username and the auction length is automatically 7 days.

When selling dragons, you must make sure that they have no apparel, skins, or familiars; are not sitting on a nest; are not already for sale; and are not one of your original two dragons, or else they will not show up to be selected. The same methods of time span and price apply, but not quantity.

When another user buys your item or dragon, you can pick up the earnings from the Profits page by selecting "Collect All".

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If this is an item auction and you have at least as many of that item as you sold, you can directly relist that auction from that page or the "Recent History" page by clicking the "Relist" button.

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If you choose "Modify", it will bring you to the sell page above, where you can change details of the auction.

From the "Activity" page, you can also cancel an ongoing auction. Simply go to "My Current Auctions" and click the "Cancel" button.

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The forums. The forums may be accessed on the left sidebar under the heading “Library.” Specific boards in the forums are reserved for the exchange of items, currencies, and dragons.

-Dragons For Sale is used for the sale and auction of dragons, as well as hatcheries (user-created dragon shops advertising their pairs)

-Dragon Trading is used for trading dragons for other dragons

-Find a Dragon is used for users seeking a specific dragon, or seeking dragon studs. Although not recommended in the Terms of Service, it is popular practice to lend your dragon to another user, who will then breed it with his or her own dragon and divide the hatchlings in a predetermined manner. It is acceptable to ask for collateral when lending a dragon.

-Items for Sale is used for the buying and selling of items, as well as currency exchange. Services not applicable to other threads (i.e. dragon finding services) typically go here.

-Raffles & Giveaways is the place where you will find giveaways for new users. :)

-Your flight sales forum (ex. Light Sales, Wind Sales). This is located under the "Flight Rising" section. Sales, trades, giveaways, and raffles that are only visible to members of your flight are located here.

When a dragon sale or trade is arranged, one often goes through the Crossroads (located on the left sidebar, under “Shop”) to avoid the unpredictability of the AH. There are three tabs to the Crossroads: Initiate Dragon Trade is where one sets up a trade, Trade Offers is where one accepts or denies a trade that was sent to them by another user, and Pending Requests is where one sees or cancels trades that one has sent. To send a dragon via Crossroads, start by typing in the username of the user you want to trade with. You will see then a page that has options for dragons and currencies. A dragon currently must be involved in the trade; you cannot exchange currencies or trade items through the Crossroads, only through mail. Again, you are only able to trade a dragon if it meets the criteria above (see AH). Then click the button at the bottom that sends the trade. This is out of date and needs to be rewritten. Note to self: also include Private Auctions.

Note that it is considered quite rude to send a trade unprompted. Contacting first is the way to go.

Festive Favours and Site Holidays
Festive Favours. Festive Favours (located under “Shop” in the left sidebar) isn’t always open and uses (surprise!) a third currency. Festive Favours is only opened the last week or so of every month except December, when flights have their holidays. The flight celebrating depends on the month, and items in the Festive Favours shop are themed to that element. Festive Favours items may only be purchased with special items available during the festival (for example, Immaculate Tablets during the Brightshine Jubilee). These items are obtained by gathering in the celebrating flight’s areas, brewing through Baldwin, and are loot from neutral or that flight’s elemental monsters in the Coliseum. There is a skin contest prior to the holiday, and most of the winners’ skins are sold for a limited time in the Marketplace or come from elemental chests. These chests are obtained from Digging and dropped as loot from Coliseum battles against a monster of the celebrating flight's element.

You may also purchase a Joxar's Spare Inventory item for 90K treasure from the Festive Favors link.



This item, when opened, will give you either a past holiday's items (only from festivals June 2016 or later) or a recoloured past holiday item. Sometimes it may also contain a past festival skin (June 2016 or later). It will always contain a Prismatic Token, which can be used to purchase a recoloured past holiday item of your choice.



Prismatic Tokens can also be crafted in Baldwin's Bubbling Brew at a high level. This brew takes 4 continuous days to complete.
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[size=5][b][6. Other activities: Trading Post, Familiars, Coliseum, Achievements, Dominance][/b][/size] [b]Trading Post[/b] On the left sidebar, under shop, there’s a link called “[url=http://www1.flightrising.com/trading]Trading Post[/url].” The Trading Post currently has five booths in it: Swipp’s Swap Stand, Pinkerton’s Plundered Pile, Crim’s Collection Cart, Baldwin's Bubbling Brew, and Tomo's Trivia (hover over them to see the names). At [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/trading/pinkpile]Pinkerton’s Pile[/url], you can receive one free item per day by clicking the “grab an item” button. Sweet, free stuff. [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/trading/crim]Crim[/url], every hour, will make five requests for different items. If you have the item, you can click “Trade” on the right and receive the amount she offers and lose the item. Crim offers double the sell value of that item, or 500t, whichever is higher. This is great for getting rid of the item you have five hundred of. However, seller beware! Crim’s deals may not always be good - the AH may offer a better deal, so be wary! If you don’t have the item Crim is looking for, or don’t want to give her that item, you may click the “new offer” button on the left. Crim offers a pop-up confirmation that you want to give her your item. [img]http://media.tumblr.com/87e05c804a110d952a117cce66feb760/tumblr_inline_msj2ut6jKZ1qz4rgp.png[/img] [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/trading/swipp]Swipp[/url] - he and his daughters will often give you one rarer item for a large quantity of a more common item. Swipp changes his randomly-generated requests every two hours - there’s a clock counting down on his page. Trades by Swipp (the top trade) are free; the middle swap also requires 1000t and the bottom swap also costs 2000t. Don't want to pay the extra treasure? Wait until your desired swap is the top one, and it'll be free. A full list of Swipp’s swaps can be found [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?p=wiki&article=24]here[/url]. [img]https://40.media.tumblr.com/f0f9f0ecdea045168180932a41e295b0/tumblr_nxu4oxKVJa1qjtulxo4_r1_540.png[/img] [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?p=tradepost&lot=trivia]Tomo's Trivia[/url] offers ten trivia questions about FR per day. Each correct answer will net you 300 treasure. [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/trading/baldwin]Baldwin's Brew[/url] - Baldwin is the only way to create some apparel, familiars, and genes. First, transmute an object. Click "Transmute Objects", click the plus-sign button, and select the item you want to transmute. You can transmute all types of items except Battle Items and Skins. You cannot transmute items that are unsellable. Different types of items will yield different results: -Food: Goo (green, yellow, orange, red, purple, blue) -Materials: Ooze (green, yellow, orange, red, purple, blue) -Other: Sludge (green, yellow, orange, red, purple, blue) -Familiars: Muck (copper, silver, gold) -Apparel: Slime (grey, black, white) The colour (and rarity) of the resulting item is random. You may only transmute one item at a time. A timer will begin counting down in the top right corner when you have begun to transmute; when it is "Ready!", you can take the resulting gooey item. You may recombine the transmutation materials into new items in the "Create New Items" tab. More recipes will be revealed as you level up through gaining experience by transmuting and creating. Certain items are only available through Baldwin so it is definitely worth it! [b]Familiars[/b] If you’ve ever been on Neopets, familiars are sort of like petpets. If you have a familiar, you may equip it to one of your dragons via the dragon’s individual page (accessible through your lair). If you have more than one familiar, you may switch them there, too. If you have more than one of the SAME familiar, only one will be show up on this screen (i.e. you can’t give more than one dragon the same familiar). You may see information pertaining to familiars in your Bestiary, which you can access via the book icon near your money, or on the left sidebar under “Clan”. Here’s the fun part: you can interact with your familiars by clicking the heart button on the dragon’s page. Interacting with familiars will give you rewards (a list here) that increase in value, starting at 15 treasure per day. When gaining levels of companionship, a familiar will also give you either a Rusted Iron Treasure Chest, an Iron Treasure Chest, or a Gilded Treasure Chest, all of which you can open from your Hoard’s Other tab to get goodies. A full list of familiars, and where to obtain them, [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?board=gde&id=868232&p=mb]here[/url]. [b]Coliseum[/b] A popular feature of Flight Rising is the Coliseum, which is a turn-based battle system available for your dragons. Defeating monsters gives you loot (items) and experience. Dragon levels currently cap at level 25. To fight, the dragons you want to use must be named adults. Load the Coliseum, then click “Organize Party,” which will let you drag available dragons into your team. Click back, and then “Monster Battle.” For your first time, I would definitely recommend starting in the Training Grounds. You can attack the monsters by clicking “Abilities” (the leftmost button) and then selecting an attack. You may also use items like potions if you have any by clicking the “Items” button, or defend, which is basically passing your turn. If it looks like the battle is too much for you, you may also “Flee” - but you sacrifice two energy points on every dragon that battled. Pro tip: don't flee, just refresh the page. The system works with two types of points: Health and Breath. Health can be drained when monsters attack you; when this reaches zero on all of your dragons, the battle is lost and every dragon that fought loses five energy points, which must be replenished through feeding your dragons. Health can be restored using Health Potions, which are purchased in the Battle tab of the Marketplace, bought from other users, or dropped as loot from monsters. Later on, more advanced moves will allow you to restore Health. The amount of Health you have is dependent on your dragon’s Vitality stat, which can be added to via the stats page (between organize party and monster battle) when you gain a level. When you battle, you aim to eliminate the opponents’ Health. Breath is sort of like magic points, in that you need these points to use more advanced attacks. When you start out, your dragons will have one of two sets of attacks: Scratch and Shred, or Meditate and Contuse. The former is a strength-based set; Scratch will generate breath when it attacks, while Shred will take up breath. The latter is a magic-based set; Meditate will generate a large amount of breath, and Contuse is the main attack. When you level up, you can assign stats to your dragons: -Strength gives more damage when you attack with physical attacks. -Intelligence gives more damage when you attack with magical attacks. -More agility means a better ability to dodge incoming attacks and land critical hits. -Vitality is health. -Quickness is speed, or frequency of your turn. -Defence protects against physical hits. -Mind protects against magical hits. You may obtain different types of attacks through the use of battle stones. Battle stones are dropped as loot, picked up from Pinkerton, purchased in the Battle tab of the Marketplace, and purchased from other users. Some battle stones give different attacks, some give you stat boosts, and some have other effects. A whole bunch of people have made strategy guides for the Coliseum. You can find a list of these guides [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?board=gde&id=139445&p=mb]here[/url]. A popular one is Culex's guide, [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/gde/1040710]here[/url]. Sometimes unhatched eggs are dropped from the Coliseum as loot. The only other places to find unhatched eggs are scavenging when gathering. Unhatched eggs may be opened to obtain an ungened, plentiful (starter) hatchling with randomized colours. The appeal of these “first gen” dragons is their lack of parents - they are therefore guaranteed to be unrelated to a potential mate, if they haven’t bred before. Some people also like to use them for their original characters. Obtaining an unhatched egg unlocks an achievement. Speaking of achievements, achievements are unlocked by doing specific actions or collecting specific items. Achievements, locked and unlocked, may be viewed by clicking the silver pointy badge thing icon under your rainbow clan energy bar, near your treasure and gem count. [b]Dominance[/b] Dominance, as mentioned previously, is based on the act of “exalting” dragons to the FR deities - in other words, removing them permanently from the site. Every Saturday, a tally is made of the exalted dragons for each flight, plus an unknown factor for the Beastclan alliance. The flights that exalts the most* dragons wins Dominance. First place prizes: -15% off Treasure Marketplace price. -5% off lair expansions. -1500 tr per day of Dominance. -3 extra Gathering turns per day of Dominance. Second place prizes: -7% off Treasure Marketplace price. -1% off lair expansions. -750 tr per day of Dominance. -2 extra Gathering turns per day of Dominance. Third place prizes: -375 tr per day of Dominance. -1 extra Gathering turn per day of Dominance. If the Beastclan alliance wins one of those slots, that slot's prizes are unavailable that week. *Level of the dragon exalted also adds weight; higher levels = more weight towards Dominance when that dragon is exalted. Also note that inactive users' dominance totals do not contribute to the average of each flight. When a dragon is exalted, the owner gets a base rate of (on average) 2500 treasure (and occasionally 1 or 2 gems). For every level past level 1 that the exalted dragon is, an average of 1500 treasure is added to that amount. There are also exalt bonuses, which are found on Flight Rising’s main page, and change daily: one each for a certain breed, gene, and colour. To exalt a dragon, visit its page and click the “exalt” button. A dragon may not be exalted if it is wearing apparel, sitting on a nest, has a familiar, or listed for sale in the Auction House. [b]Exalting a dragon is permanent; think carefully before doing so.[/b] [b]Interacting with your Dragons[/b] A lot may be done from your dragons' profile pages. You may see their size, Coliseum stats, age, level, colours and genes, parents, and offspring. [img]https://68.media.tumblr.com/4342986079ddf62f88fbdaf007d234f6/tumblr_nxu4oxKVJa1qjtulxo5_r1_540.png[/img] Circled in [color=blue]blue[/color]: Name your dragon If your dragon is Unnamed, you may give your dragon a name with this button. Named dragons may be renamed by using a Scroll of Renaming. [item=Scroll of Renaming] Circled in [color=orange]orange[/color]: Exalt your dragon Exalting is IRREVERSIBLE. See the Dominance section above. Circled in [color=red]red[/color]: Share your dragon Want to post a linked image of your dragon in the forums? Click "Generate Code" and copy-paste the BBCode [square brackets like these] into your post. Circled in [color=green]green[/color]: Dragon ID This is the dragon's ID #. Each dragon has a unique ID #. [img]https://68.media.tumblr.com/d0655507e78d95bd67178154ea328c3e/tumblr_nxu4oxKVJa1qjtulxo6_r1_540.png[/img] You may also... Circled in [color=red]red[/color]: Skins/Apparel Give your dragons skins and apparel by clicking on these buttons. Apparel layers; drag the pieces to adjust layering. Skins and accents are always on a lower level than apparel. You can buy more apparel slots to put more apparel on your dragon with gems. Circled in [color=blue]blue[/color]: Breed your dragon Puts your dragon as one of the dragons on an available nest. This option is not available if your dragon is already on a nest and/or has a cooldown or if you have no empty nests available. Circled in [color=green]green[/color]: Bond with familiars To apply a familiar, click "Change" and select from your available familiars. The heart button allows you to bond with the familiar. You cannot bond with familiars that are not equipped to dragons. Circled in [color=orange]orange[/color]: Add a bio You can add a description of your dragon, including coding using BBCode. For more details and resources, see [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/gde/1718795]this thread[/url].
[6. Other activities: Trading Post, Familiars, Coliseum, Achievements, Dominance]

Trading Post
On the left sidebar, under shop, there’s a link called “Trading Post.” The Trading Post currently has five booths in it: Swipp’s Swap Stand, Pinkerton’s Plundered Pile, Crim’s Collection Cart, Baldwin's Bubbling Brew, and Tomo's Trivia (hover over them to see the names).

At Pinkerton’s Pile, you can receive one free item per day by clicking the “grab an item” button. Sweet, free stuff.

Crim, every hour, will make five requests for different items. If you have the item, you can click “Trade” on the right and receive the amount she offers and lose the item. Crim offers double the sell value of that item, or 500t, whichever is higher. This is great for getting rid of the item you have five hundred of. However, seller beware! Crim’s deals may not always be good - the AH may offer a better deal, so be wary! If you don’t have the item Crim is looking for, or don’t want to give her that item, you may click the “new offer” button on the left. Crim offers a pop-up confirmation that you want to give her your item.

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Swipp - he and his daughters will often give you one rarer item for a large quantity of a more common item. Swipp changes his randomly-generated requests every two hours - there’s a clock counting down on his page. Trades by Swipp (the top trade) are free; the middle swap also requires 1000t and the bottom swap also costs 2000t. Don't want to pay the extra treasure? Wait until your desired swap is the top one, and it'll be free. A full list of Swipp’s swaps can be found here.

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Tomo's Trivia offers ten trivia questions about FR per day. Each correct answer will net you 300 treasure.

Baldwin's Brew - Baldwin is the only way to create some apparel, familiars, and genes. First, transmute an object. Click "Transmute Objects", click the plus-sign button, and select the item you want to transmute. You can transmute all types of items except Battle Items and Skins. You cannot transmute items that are unsellable. Different types of items will yield different results:

-Food: Goo (green, yellow, orange, red, purple, blue)
-Materials: Ooze (green, yellow, orange, red, purple, blue)
-Other: Sludge (green, yellow, orange, red, purple, blue)
-Familiars: Muck (copper, silver, gold)
-Apparel: Slime (grey, black, white)

The colour (and rarity) of the resulting item is random. You may only transmute one item at a time. A timer will begin counting down in the top right corner when you have begun to transmute; when it is "Ready!", you can take the resulting gooey item.

You may recombine the transmutation materials into new items in the "Create New Items" tab. More recipes will be revealed as you level up through gaining experience by transmuting and creating. Certain items are only available through Baldwin so it is definitely worth it!

Familiars
If you’ve ever been on Neopets, familiars are sort of like petpets. If you have a familiar, you may equip it to one of your dragons via the dragon’s individual page (accessible through your lair). If you have more than one familiar, you may switch them there, too. If you have more than one of the SAME familiar, only one will be show up on this screen (i.e. you can’t give more than one dragon the same familiar). You may see information pertaining to familiars in your Bestiary, which you can access via the book icon near your money, or on the left sidebar under “Clan”.

Here’s the fun part: you can interact with your familiars by clicking the heart button on the dragon’s page. Interacting with familiars will give you rewards (a list here) that increase in value, starting at 15 treasure per day. When gaining levels of companionship, a familiar will also give you either a Rusted Iron Treasure Chest, an Iron Treasure Chest, or a Gilded Treasure Chest, all of which you can open from your Hoard’s Other tab to get goodies.

A full list of familiars, and where to obtain them, here.

Coliseum
A popular feature of Flight Rising is the Coliseum, which is a turn-based battle system available for your dragons. Defeating monsters gives you loot (items) and experience. Dragon levels currently cap at level 25.

To fight, the dragons you want to use must be named adults. Load the Coliseum, then click “Organize Party,” which will let you drag available dragons into your team. Click back, and then “Monster Battle.” For your first time, I would definitely recommend starting in the Training Grounds. You can attack the monsters by clicking “Abilities” (the leftmost button) and then selecting an attack. You may also use items like potions if you have any by clicking the “Items” button, or defend, which is basically passing your turn. If it looks like the battle is too much for you, you may also “Flee” - but you sacrifice two energy points on every dragon that battled.

Pro tip: don't flee, just refresh the page.

The system works with two types of points: Health and Breath. Health can be drained when monsters attack you; when this reaches zero on all of your dragons, the battle is lost and every dragon that fought loses five energy points, which must be replenished through feeding your dragons. Health can be restored using Health Potions, which are purchased in the Battle tab of the Marketplace, bought from other users, or dropped as loot from monsters. Later on, more advanced moves will allow you to restore Health. The amount of Health you have is dependent on your dragon’s Vitality stat, which can be added to via the stats page (between organize party and monster battle) when you gain a level. When you battle, you aim to eliminate the opponents’ Health.

Breath is sort of like magic points, in that you need these points to use more advanced attacks. When you start out, your dragons will have one of two sets of attacks: Scratch and Shred, or Meditate and Contuse. The former is a strength-based set; Scratch will generate breath when it attacks, while Shred will take up breath. The latter is a magic-based set; Meditate will generate a large amount of breath, and Contuse is the main attack.

When you level up, you can assign stats to your dragons:

-Strength gives more damage when you attack with physical attacks.
-Intelligence gives more damage when you attack with magical attacks.
-More agility means a better ability to dodge incoming attacks and land critical hits.
-Vitality is health.
-Quickness is speed, or frequency of your turn.
-Defence protects against physical hits.
-Mind protects against magical hits.

You may obtain different types of attacks through the use of battle stones. Battle stones are dropped as loot, picked up from Pinkerton, purchased in the Battle tab of the Marketplace, and purchased from other users. Some battle stones give different attacks, some give you stat boosts, and some have other effects.

A whole bunch of people have made strategy guides for the Coliseum. You can find a list of these guides here. A popular one is Culex's guide, here.

Sometimes unhatched eggs are dropped from the Coliseum as loot. The only other places to find unhatched eggs are scavenging when gathering. Unhatched eggs may be opened to obtain an ungened, plentiful (starter) hatchling with randomized colours. The appeal of these “first gen” dragons is their lack of parents - they are therefore guaranteed to be unrelated to a potential mate, if they haven’t bred before. Some people also like to use them for their original characters. Obtaining an unhatched egg unlocks an achievement.

Speaking of achievements, achievements are unlocked by doing specific actions or collecting specific items. Achievements, locked and unlocked, may be viewed by clicking the silver pointy badge thing icon under your rainbow clan energy bar, near your treasure and gem count.

Dominance
Dominance, as mentioned previously, is based on the act of “exalting” dragons to the FR deities - in other words, removing them permanently from the site. Every Saturday, a tally is made of the exalted dragons for each flight, plus an unknown factor for the Beastclan alliance. The flights that exalts the most* dragons wins Dominance.

First place prizes:
-15% off Treasure Marketplace price.
-5% off lair expansions.
-1500 tr per day of Dominance.
-3 extra Gathering turns per day of Dominance.

Second place prizes:
-7% off Treasure Marketplace price.
-1% off lair expansions.
-750 tr per day of Dominance.
-2 extra Gathering turns per day of Dominance.

Third place prizes:
-375 tr per day of Dominance.
-1 extra Gathering turn per day of Dominance.

If the Beastclan alliance wins one of those slots, that slot's prizes are unavailable that week.

*Level of the dragon exalted also adds weight; higher levels = more weight towards Dominance when that dragon is exalted.

Also note that inactive users' dominance totals do not contribute to the average of each flight.

When a dragon is exalted, the owner gets a base rate of (on average) 2500 treasure (and occasionally 1 or 2 gems). For every level past level 1 that the exalted dragon is, an average of 1500 treasure is added to that amount. There are also exalt bonuses, which are found on Flight Rising’s main page, and change daily: one each for a certain breed, gene, and colour.

To exalt a dragon, visit its page and click the “exalt” button. A dragon may not be exalted if it is wearing apparel, sitting on a nest, has a familiar, or listed for sale in the Auction House. Exalting a dragon is permanent; think carefully before doing so.

Interacting with your Dragons
A lot may be done from your dragons' profile pages. You may see their size, Coliseum stats, age, level, colours and genes, parents, and offspring.

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Circled in blue: Name your dragon
If your dragon is Unnamed, you may give your dragon a name with this button. Named dragons may be renamed by using a Scroll of Renaming.


Circled in orange: Exalt your dragon
Exalting is IRREVERSIBLE. See the Dominance section above.

Circled in red: Share your dragon
Want to post a linked image of your dragon in the forums? Click "Generate Code" and copy-paste the BBCode [square brackets like these] into your post.

Circled in green: Dragon ID
This is the dragon's ID #. Each dragon has a unique ID #.

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Circled in red: Skins/Apparel
Give your dragons skins and apparel by clicking on these buttons. Apparel layers; drag the pieces to adjust layering. Skins and accents are always on a lower level than apparel. You can buy more apparel slots to put more apparel on your dragon with gems.

Circled in blue: Breed your dragon
Puts your dragon as one of the dragons on an available nest. This option is not available if your dragon is already on a nest and/or has a cooldown or if you have no empty nests available.

Circled in green: Bond with familiars
To apply a familiar, click "Change" and select from your available familiars. The heart button allows you to bond with the familiar. You cannot bond with familiars that are not equipped to dragons.

Circled in orange: Add a bio
You can add a description of your dragon, including coding using BBCode. For more details and resources, see this thread.
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[size=5][b][7. Aren’t we the Socialite - mail, forums, events, clan profile, friends][/b][/size] [b]Mail[/b] We talked about mail before, but here it is again. Mail is used to send private messages to other users. It is accessible by clicking the mail icon under your gem count, or by clicking “messages” under “clan.” To write mail, click the “Write” button and input the username, subject line, and body - you cannot send the mail with any of those missing. If you want to practice, you can send mail to Naga (me) and I will try to send back a friendly message. You may attach items or currencies to sent mail - for currencies, type in the number in the text box. This is currently the only way to privately send items or currency. For items, click one of the empty squares and you will be able to select an item from your hoard in the popup window. You will receive AH-related mail if something you put up sells in the AH, if you buy something in the AH, or if one of your auctions expires without being sold. [b]Forums[/b] The forums are a lively place where you can brave social interaction. The forums are located under “Library” on the left sidebar. When you post on the forums, your post count will go up, and you will get more stars under your name, eventually leading to a big shiny star at 1000 posts. You can change your forum avatar to a headshot of one of your dragons by clicking the down arrow at the top of the page, next to your username. In that same drop-down menu, you will find the option to change your forum signature, under “Account Settings.” Every flight has a flight-exclusive forum that members of other flights are unable to see, which will be titled “________ Flight” with the blank filled with your flight. There is also a flight-exclusive sales forum. If you see people with backgrounds around their avatars on the forums, these are called forum vistas. Some were rewards for Kickstarter backers and are no longer available. Others may be obtained by winning site-wide contests, as holiday-only purchasables from Joxar's [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/festive-favors/index]Festive Favors[/url], purchased from the Gem or Treasure Marketplace's Specialty sections, or given out for special events. [b]Notifications[/b] You will get notifications of events when the yellow-triangle-exclamation-mark icon, under the achievements icon, lights up orange with a number. You may get an event for an AH sale, if someone sends or accepts or denies a Crossroads request in which you are involved, if someone accepts your friend request, or if someone pings you on the forums. To ping someone, submit a reply to a thread with a @ immediately followed by the person’s username. That user will get an alert with a link to the thread post in which they were pinged. [img]https://78.media.tumblr.com/a6ee6736ae074e1219e0838ee578707f/tumblr_oxif6dvYzM1qjtulxo2_r1_400.png[/img] [b]Clan Profile[/b] Your clan profile may be seen by all Flight Rising members. You can see it by clicking on the dragon-headshot avatar at the top right of the page, above the rainbow clan energy bar, or by clicking “Clan Profile” under “Clan” on the left sidebar. Here you can find information about your clan such as a customizable clan description, your customizable broadcast message, achievements you have unlocked, recent nests you have hatched, recent forum activity, comments people have left on this page, and your friends. [b]Friends[/b] You can send a friend request by going to another user’s clan profile and clicking “Add Friend” just above “Send Mail.” If someone sends you a friend request, the blue middle icon (between events and mail) will light up. Clicking that will open a dropdown menu where you can accept or deny the request. The icon will stay alit until you do one or the other.
[7. Aren’t we the Socialite - mail, forums, events, clan profile, friends]

Mail
We talked about mail before, but here it is again. Mail is used to send private messages to other users. It is accessible by clicking the mail icon under your gem count, or by clicking “messages” under “clan.” To write mail, click the “Write” button and input the username, subject line, and body - you cannot send the mail with any of those missing. If you want to practice, you can send mail to Naga (me) and I will try to send back a friendly message.

You may attach items or currencies to sent mail - for currencies, type in the number in the text box. This is currently the only way to privately send items or currency. For items, click one of the empty squares and you will be able to select an item from your hoard in the popup window.

You will receive AH-related mail if something you put up sells in the AH, if you buy something in the AH, or if one of your auctions expires without being sold.

Forums
The forums are a lively place where you can brave social interaction. The forums are located under “Library” on the left sidebar. When you post on the forums, your post count will go up, and you will get more stars under your name, eventually leading to a big shiny star at 1000 posts.

You can change your forum avatar to a headshot of one of your dragons by clicking the down arrow at the top of the page, next to your username. In that same drop-down menu, you will find the option to change your forum signature, under “Account Settings.”

Every flight has a flight-exclusive forum that members of other flights are unable to see, which will be titled “________ Flight” with the blank filled with your flight. There is also a flight-exclusive sales forum.

If you see people with backgrounds around their avatars on the forums, these are called forum vistas. Some were rewards for Kickstarter backers and are no longer available. Others may be obtained by winning site-wide contests, as holiday-only purchasables from Joxar's Festive Favors, purchased from the Gem or Treasure Marketplace's Specialty sections, or given out for special events.

Notifications
You will get notifications of events when the yellow-triangle-exclamation-mark icon, under the achievements icon, lights up orange with a number. You may get an event for an AH sale, if someone sends or accepts or denies a Crossroads request in which you are involved, if someone accepts your friend request, or if someone pings you on the forums. To ping someone, submit a reply to a thread with a @ immediately followed by the person’s username. That user will get an alert with a link to the thread post in which they were pinged.

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Clan Profile
Your clan profile may be seen by all Flight Rising members. You can see it by clicking on the dragon-headshot avatar at the top right of the page, above the rainbow clan energy bar, or by clicking “Clan Profile” under “Clan” on the left sidebar. Here you can find information about your clan such as a customizable clan description, your customizable broadcast message, achievements you have unlocked, recent nests you have hatched, recent forum activity, comments people have left on this page, and your friends.

Friends
You can send a friend request by going to another user’s clan profile and clicking “Add Friend” just above “Send Mail.” If someone sends you a friend request, the blue middle icon (between events and mail) will light up. Clicking that will open a dropdown menu where you can accept or deny the request. The icon will stay alit until you do one or the other.
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[Appendix - genes and breeding genes]

Genes are a way of customizing your dragon.

Types of Genes
There are three types of genes: primary genes, which affect the body; secondary genes, which affect the wings; and tertiary genes, which are not limited to just body or just wings. As previously mentioned, tertiary genes are the only way to see your dragon’s tertiary colour. You can see which genes your dragon has on its individual page; it will be the word immediately following the colour.

Acquiring and Applying Genes
Progenitors and dragons hatch from eggs automatically start with “Basic” genes - i.e. no genes. You can apply genes to them by purchasing gene scrolls from either the gem or treasure Specialty tab of the Marketplace, brewing them in Baldwin's Brew (only Poison and Toxic), or purchasing them from other users. You then go to your hoard, to the Other tab, and click the scroll. This will bring up the preview. You can preview all of your dragons with that gene by clicking on them one at a time. You do not have to apply the gene after you are done - you can click “cancel” and the gene is unused until you make a decision. Ditto goes for breed change scrolls.

Breeding Genes, Gene and Dragon Rarities
When you breed two different genes, or two different breeds for that matter, outcomes are effected by the varying rarity of the genes. A pairing of Basic genes and genes purchased in the treasure marketplace will produce more basic genes; gem genes + treasure genes = more treasure genes; gem genes + basic = much more basic genes; treasure genes + treasure genes = guaranteed treasure genes, with rarity depending on treasure price. Currently, Bee (and soon Wasp), Opal. Metallic, Alloy, Petals, Butterfly, Crystal, Facet, Glimmer, Shimmer, Iridescent, and Circuit are the genes available in the gem marketplace, and are only guaranteed when paired with other dragons with those genes. Poison, Toxin, Scales, Skink, Spinner, and Capsule are "Limited" rarity, only available from Baldwin, and have a rarity between treasure genes and gem genes.

Breeding different breeds works much the same way. There will always be more plentiful offspring when a plentiful dragon is one of the parents. Wildclaws and Coatls are the rarest types of dragon, with breed change scrolls only available in the gem marketplace or other users, and therefore Wildclaw and Coatl hatchlings are only guaranteed when a combination of Wildclaws and Coatls are bred.

[Appendix - commonly used forum slang and abbreviations]

jargon = common speech

1:650 or similar = usually a ratio of gems:treasure conversion

7-dig/7dig/7-digit = a dragon whose ID # only has 7 digits (or whatever the number is). These dragons are old and expensive

A = Auction

AB = autobuy; a term used in auctions to denote the price at which one can automatically win

AH = Auction House

B = Buying

boon = Boon of Fertility; also used as a verb “to boon a nest”

CB = current bid; a term used in auctions

cheregrine = Cherub + Peregrine gene combination

circ = Circuit gene

cryface = Crystal + Facet gene combination

cycled = item that is temporarily not available for sale (example: seasonal wind set)

DG = double-gened; usually, having both a primary and secondary gene

double(-colour)= a dragon having two of the same colours

dom = Dominance

exalt fodder = a dragon whose sole purpose is to be exalted. Usually a (subjectively) ugly dragon sold for a low price

eyeburner = very bright and colourful dragon

FR = Flight Rising

g = gems

g1/gen1/firstgen = of the first generation; without parents

g2/gen2/second gen = an offspring of two first-generation dragons

glim = Glimmer (the gene)

HB = highest bid; a term used in auctions

Icicles = users of the Ice flight

imp = Imperial

iri = iridescent; a primary gene

Irishim = having both the iridescent primary gene and shimmer secondary gene

K = thousand; preceded by a number; you can usually assume the currency in question is treasure

KS = Kickstarter (items, etc)

LAH = lowest Auction House (price)

LF = Looking for

MP = Marketplace

noc = Nocturne

noodles = Spirals

NotN = Night of the Nocturne, an event in December

obs = obsidian; a colour on the colour wheel

PA = Private Auction (type of Auction House sale)

PC/pearl = Pearlcatcher

poitox/potox/pox = Poison + Toxic gene combination

progens = your first and second dragons

pure (gems, treasure, etc) = payment in only that kind of currency

PWYW = pay-what-you-want pricing

Ridge/RB = Ridgeback

Ripcur = ripple + current gene combination

RTB = ready to breed; no breeding cooldown

S = Selling

SD = Skydancer

SG = single-gened; having either a primary, secondary, or tertiary gene

Shim = shimmer; a secondary gene

skincent = skin (overlay) that does not cover the entire dragon

starters = dragons of the plentiful rarity

stoned = possessing battle stones applied to the dragon (usually Ambush/Eliminate/Berserker/Rally/Sap)

Stud = one-time leant mate

subspecies = lore-based breeding projects with specific breed, gene, and/or colour requirements

T = Trading

tert = tertiary, as in tertiary gene or tertiary colour

TG = triple-gened; having primary, secondary and tertiary genes

tr = treasure

triple(-colour) = a dragon having the same primary, secondary, and tertiary colour

UID/ID = User ID (your user number)

UM (Accent) = user-made accent (as opposed to holiday- or Swipp-exclusive accent)

viphyp = Vipera + Hypnotic gene combination

WC = Wildclaw

windies = users of the Wind flight

xxx = see "triple"

xxy = dragon with the same primary and secondary colour, with a different tertiary colour

xyx = dragon with the same primary and tertiary colour, with a different secondary colour

[Concluding remarks]

If you have read the whole thing without skimming, kudos to you. If you need help or clarification, consult the Encyclopedia or the guides list, send me an ask on Tumblr, post on this thread, or send me a PM.
[Appendix - genes and breeding genes]

Genes are a way of customizing your dragon.

Types of Genes
There are three types of genes: primary genes, which affect the body; secondary genes, which affect the wings; and tertiary genes, which are not limited to just body or just wings. As previously mentioned, tertiary genes are the only way to see your dragon’s tertiary colour. You can see which genes your dragon has on its individual page; it will be the word immediately following the colour.

Acquiring and Applying Genes
Progenitors and dragons hatch from eggs automatically start with “Basic” genes - i.e. no genes. You can apply genes to them by purchasing gene scrolls from either the gem or treasure Specialty tab of the Marketplace, brewing them in Baldwin's Brew (only Poison and Toxic), or purchasing them from other users. You then go to your hoard, to the Other tab, and click the scroll. This will bring up the preview. You can preview all of your dragons with that gene by clicking on them one at a time. You do not have to apply the gene after you are done - you can click “cancel” and the gene is unused until you make a decision. Ditto goes for breed change scrolls.

Breeding Genes, Gene and Dragon Rarities
When you breed two different genes, or two different breeds for that matter, outcomes are effected by the varying rarity of the genes. A pairing of Basic genes and genes purchased in the treasure marketplace will produce more basic genes; gem genes + treasure genes = more treasure genes; gem genes + basic = much more basic genes; treasure genes + treasure genes = guaranteed treasure genes, with rarity depending on treasure price. Currently, Bee (and soon Wasp), Opal. Metallic, Alloy, Petals, Butterfly, Crystal, Facet, Glimmer, Shimmer, Iridescent, and Circuit are the genes available in the gem marketplace, and are only guaranteed when paired with other dragons with those genes. Poison, Toxin, Scales, Skink, Spinner, and Capsule are "Limited" rarity, only available from Baldwin, and have a rarity between treasure genes and gem genes.

Breeding different breeds works much the same way. There will always be more plentiful offspring when a plentiful dragon is one of the parents. Wildclaws and Coatls are the rarest types of dragon, with breed change scrolls only available in the gem marketplace or other users, and therefore Wildclaw and Coatl hatchlings are only guaranteed when a combination of Wildclaws and Coatls are bred.

[Appendix - commonly used forum slang and abbreviations]

jargon = common speech

1:650 or similar = usually a ratio of gems:treasure conversion

7-dig/7dig/7-digit = a dragon whose ID # only has 7 digits (or whatever the number is). These dragons are old and expensive

A = Auction

AB = autobuy; a term used in auctions to denote the price at which one can automatically win

AH = Auction House

B = Buying

boon = Boon of Fertility; also used as a verb “to boon a nest”

CB = current bid; a term used in auctions

cheregrine = Cherub + Peregrine gene combination

circ = Circuit gene

cryface = Crystal + Facet gene combination

cycled = item that is temporarily not available for sale (example: seasonal wind set)

DG = double-gened; usually, having both a primary and secondary gene

double(-colour)= a dragon having two of the same colours

dom = Dominance

exalt fodder = a dragon whose sole purpose is to be exalted. Usually a (subjectively) ugly dragon sold for a low price

eyeburner = very bright and colourful dragon

FR = Flight Rising

g = gems

g1/gen1/firstgen = of the first generation; without parents

g2/gen2/second gen = an offspring of two first-generation dragons

glim = Glimmer (the gene)

HB = highest bid; a term used in auctions

Icicles = users of the Ice flight

imp = Imperial

iri = iridescent; a primary gene

Irishim = having both the iridescent primary gene and shimmer secondary gene

K = thousand; preceded by a number; you can usually assume the currency in question is treasure

KS = Kickstarter (items, etc)

LAH = lowest Auction House (price)

LF = Looking for

MP = Marketplace

noc = Nocturne

noodles = Spirals

NotN = Night of the Nocturne, an event in December

obs = obsidian; a colour on the colour wheel

PA = Private Auction (type of Auction House sale)

PC/pearl = Pearlcatcher

poitox/potox/pox = Poison + Toxic gene combination

progens = your first and second dragons

pure (gems, treasure, etc) = payment in only that kind of currency

PWYW = pay-what-you-want pricing

Ridge/RB = Ridgeback

Ripcur = ripple + current gene combination

RTB = ready to breed; no breeding cooldown

S = Selling

SD = Skydancer

SG = single-gened; having either a primary, secondary, or tertiary gene

Shim = shimmer; a secondary gene

skincent = skin (overlay) that does not cover the entire dragon

starters = dragons of the plentiful rarity

stoned = possessing battle stones applied to the dragon (usually Ambush/Eliminate/Berserker/Rally/Sap)

Stud = one-time leant mate

subspecies = lore-based breeding projects with specific breed, gene, and/or colour requirements

T = Trading

tert = tertiary, as in tertiary gene or tertiary colour

TG = triple-gened; having primary, secondary and tertiary genes

tr = treasure

triple(-colour) = a dragon having the same primary, secondary, and tertiary colour

UID/ID = User ID (your user number)

UM (Accent) = user-made accent (as opposed to holiday- or Swipp-exclusive accent)

viphyp = Vipera + Hypnotic gene combination

WC = Wildclaw

windies = users of the Wind flight

xxx = see "triple"

xxy = dragon with the same primary and secondary colour, with a different tertiary colour

xyx = dragon with the same primary and tertiary colour, with a different secondary colour

[Concluding remarks]

If you have read the whole thing without skimming, kudos to you. If you need help or clarification, consult the Encyclopedia or the guides list, send me an ask on Tumblr, post on this thread, or send me a PM.
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[FAQ]

Q: Why am I not getting achievements that I've earned?
A: Achievements are on, but the collection achievements (runestones, dolls, and chess sets) take varying amount of times to trigger. This is a known bug.

Q: Is there a way to preview a gene before I buy it?
A: You can use the Scrying Workshop (left sidebar, under library) to input any combination of breeds, colours, flight and genes, as well as whether you want to see a hatchling or full-grown dragon.

You can also use the workshop to predict whether two dragons are too related to breed, and what their possible offspring will look like.

Q: I can't save the gene preview - it comes up with an image of a dragon hugging a gem.
A: Screenshot the gene preview, or drag the image onto your desktop/into a file.

Q: Will using a Scatterscroll change the genes of my dragon?
A: The genes, gender, and species of your dragon will remain the same. The only thing that will change is the colours. As well, a Scatterscroll will change all colours - there is no way to change just one colour.

Q: If I sell a familiar, will I keep the Bestiary entry?
A: The entry will turn grey. If you obtain another of the same species, the entry will light up again and will return to the level of bonding when you sold it.

Q: Where is my familiar?! It went missing!
A: You can only equip one species of familiar over your whole lair, on one dragon. When it is equipped, it will not appear in your hoard. Others of the same species will also not appear available to be equipped on any other dragon, even if you have more than one.
[FAQ]

Q: Why am I not getting achievements that I've earned?
A: Achievements are on, but the collection achievements (runestones, dolls, and chess sets) take varying amount of times to trigger. This is a known bug.

Q: Is there a way to preview a gene before I buy it?
A: You can use the Scrying Workshop (left sidebar, under library) to input any combination of breeds, colours, flight and genes, as well as whether you want to see a hatchling or full-grown dragon.

You can also use the workshop to predict whether two dragons are too related to breed, and what their possible offspring will look like.

Q: I can't save the gene preview - it comes up with an image of a dragon hugging a gem.
A: Screenshot the gene preview, or drag the image onto your desktop/into a file.

Q: Will using a Scatterscroll change the genes of my dragon?
A: The genes, gender, and species of your dragon will remain the same. The only thing that will change is the colours. As well, a Scatterscroll will change all colours - there is no way to change just one colour.

Q: If I sell a familiar, will I keep the Bestiary entry?
A: The entry will turn grey. If you obtain another of the same species, the entry will light up again and will return to the level of bonding when you sold it.

Q: Where is my familiar?! It went missing!
A: You can only equip one species of familiar over your whole lair, on one dragon. When it is equipped, it will not appear in your hoard. Others of the same species will also not appear available to be equipped on any other dragon, even if you have more than one.
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@Naga: Hello! Your guide is very helpful! Thanks for taking the time to set it up. I'm curious, when people post images that show a color range in bars for a breeding pair, how do they determine that?
@Naga: Hello! Your guide is very helpful! Thanks for taking the time to set it up. I'm curious, when people post images that show a color range in bars for a breeding pair, how do they determine that?
@Lunadriel thanks for posting! They use trollslum.net/fr, and input the colours from each parent. You can then screenshot the image that results (with the bars) or click "generate url" to save the range as a link.
@Lunadriel thanks for posting! They use trollslum.net/fr, and input the colours from each parent. You can then screenshot the image that results (with the bars) or click "generate url" to save the range as a link.
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