Jump to content

helix9

Members
  • Content Count

    1,655
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Posts posted by helix9


  1. So for the people who have the date actually showing on their scrolls, what format is it in? Like specific day/month/year? I checked a couple scrolls and it looks like you can't see someone else's join date.

     

    If the plan is to have it be something you only see on your own scroll, I think using the oldest dragon's stolen/laid date works pretty well. I know my first batch of four eggs died from not knowing how to play yet, so the exact date is probably a week or two off from my first successfully grown dragon. Or maybe something like "Summer 2008" would be a fun way to extrapolate the date of the oldest dragon (though I admit this bias comes from joining around the time the seasonals were first released, but missing out completely on the original summer dragon's release and having to wait a year for them again xd.png).

     

    Worst case scenario, just showing the single year that would be a scroll's most likely starting point is better than a whole range.


  2. Transfer form!

    Lineage Name: Insidious

    Breeder's Name: afie

    Transfered To: helix9

    Lineage Link: https://dragcave.net/lineage/W6gmC

     

    Naming form!

    Lineage Name: Perilous

    Breeder's Name: helix9

    Dragon's Name: Perilous Gemstone Crags

    Lineage Link: https://dragcave.net/lineage/9TVHY

     

    New egg form!

    Lineage Name: Perilous

    Breeder's Name: helix9

    Intended For: Zeditha

    Lineage Link: https://dragcave.net/lineage/kHd6H

     

    Update: No interest on the Insidious line.

     

    Naming form!

    Lineage Name: Insidious

    Breeder's Name: helix9

    Dragon's Name: Insidious Metallic Veins

    Lineage Link: https://dragcave.net/lineage/W6gmC

     


  3. Turn them into a giant checker? smile.gif

    I might try again, actually. I was having a lot of trouble getting skywings out of them, since frills were still balancing out. I wish I could breed ochredrakes with horse dragons too, so I could have a whole checker of dragons that have "strange markings" for their egg description. xd.png


  4. Vote for Mates and Names

    Mate for 1st Line: Diamond Wings

    Mate for 2nd Line: Bleeding Moon

    Name for 1st Line: Persistent

    Name for 2nd Line: Solitary

     

    Vote for Mates and Names

    Mate for Female: Candelabras

    Mate for Male: Almerald

    Name for Female Line: Spooky

    Name for Male Line: Perilous


  5. I'm just looking for one more 2nd gen Aegis egg, and I know I've literally seen more Holly eggs in the AP than anything even remotely like an Aegis. Even the Mistletoe and Solstice eggs get me excited just to see some blue in there.

     

    At least I got a Fell egg from the biomes, which I still needed.


  6. For some more intermediate-ish tricks, these are some of my favorite patterns to look for:

     

    The 1-2-1

    user posted image

    Whenever you see this combo, the two mines will be separate from each other. Your reflex should be to click next to the 2 since it's always safe.

     

    The 1-2-2-1

    user posted image

    This combo means that the two mines are next to each other. Unlike the previous pattern, always make sure to mark the spots next to the 2's as mines.

     

    The 2-3-2

    user posted image

    Any sort of 3 in a straight line means that the mines will also be in a line next to it, and the 2's mark where it ends. In this picture, the square up and to the right of the red box is guaranteed safe. If there was a row that was 2-3-3-3-3-3-2 all in a line, that means there are seven mines next to each other, with a safe spot on each end.

     

    The 4-corner

    user posted image

    This one means you should immediately go and mark the four spots surrounding the corner of the 4 tile. Finding these helps you clear almost half of the mines on the board.

     

    Happy curing/infecting!