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Most Common DC egg?

Which is currently the most common DC egg?  

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I see a LOT of spitfires these days. And canopies.

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LOL! Too funny.

 

I think it depends on the Biomes. Pebbles, Guardians and Mints in volcano, canopies in jungle, whiptails and ochredrakes/horses in the forest, spitfires in desert, waterhorse and waverunners in coastal and albinos and balloons in alpine.

 

Well..that's what I'm always seeing. Guess I should just give in and start an army. BUT, thanks the CCC competition, I have armies of Guardians, Water Horses, Nocturnes and Canopies already. blink.gif

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From my experience I'd say spitfires, whiptails an pebble dragons on the AP, pygmies, spitfires, pebbles, guardians and whiptails in the biomes.

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Merging with an existing "most common" thread.

 

 

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I don't know, I think it may be time to either reset the poll or allow a new one. Times have definitely changed since '10, and while the common eggs back then still are pretty abundant, I don't think Nocturnes would have been considered "really common" at that time =o Reds and Nebulas on the list? Psssh. Even purple Dorsals weren't as common from what I remember.

 

I think the most common egg is the Fog/Grey, myself. I see them in multiple biomes, so unlike Spitfires, Pebbles, Balloons... you tend to see them no matter where you go. I like Greys though, I don't mind too much =)

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I think the most common are the Albinos and Balloons. I've been seeing them everywhere.

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I only ever see Stones in the Desert.

And Pebbles and Guardians in the Volcano.

I've been seeing tons of Albinos lately, too.

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Definitely a bunch of Spitfires. Try not to confuse its description to Stripes when hunting for rare eggs.

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Bringing back to the first page.

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I'd say the AP's rotating between waters, waterhorses, deep seas, and the gray-colored eggs (nocturnes, grays, stones). Nice to see a variety though. Seems the greens have been a bit scarcer lately.

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