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2015-04-26 - April Release

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A lot of dragons are in multiple biomes. =o

I thought they might be like Pyralspites in how they dropped.

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Thanks TJ smile.gif

 

I'm a little late but I did just catch 6 at the 5 minute drop so I just need one more.

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lol people have strong imagination and create the wildest theories!

There are 4 eggs, just like the plate dragons, this means 2 hatchies and 2 adults both with dimorphism, like the plates.

Yep, that's what I'm thinking. smile.gif There could also be two colors with no dimorphism, but I think dimorphism is more likely. We'll just have to wait and see.

Edited by Tehya Faye

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I thought they might be like Pyralspites in how they dropped.

But the Pyralspites have different colored eggs for each biome.

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But the Pyralspites have different colored eggs for each biome.

That's true too... and so do Coppers. Alright, thanks guys rolleyes.gif

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I'm not sure I've ever been around to see TJ's eggs start cracking before. XD Anyone know off-hand how many views it usually takes these days before they start to hatch?

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Thanks TJ smile.gif

 

I'm a little late but I did just catch 6 at the 5 minute drop so I just need one more.

And I grabbed my 7th. Maybe I should always be late to these releases they are much easier to catch after a few hours. smile.gif

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On my scroll the new eggs are sorting between Albinos and Balloons.

Oh, I would have expected them to sort between Cheese and Copper. wink.gif

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Just refresh-click collected my seven babies ;w;

Can't wait to see what they are~

Edited by Cynder_Dragon

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I'm not sure I've ever been around to see TJ's eggs start cracking before. XD Anyone know off-hand how many views it usually takes these days before his start to hatch?

Ahaha, and they all just cracked, at slightly under 1100 views. Now I know!

Edited by Imbecamiel

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And I grabbed my 7th. Maybe I should always be late to these releases they are much easier to catch after a few hours. smile.gif

That's exactly what I always do, I never hunt in the first 5 hours of the release, the biomes are too crowded and the faster wins. It's much easier to fill up your scroll after some hours. wink.gif

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WOW! What a surprise! I was happily hunting the AP, got some really nice eggs one of which was a silver with a sweet lineage....I don't know what made me go to read NEWS. As soon as I read about the new release I quickly dumped all those eggs and went hunting. Now I'm egg locked and can't wait to see the hatchlings.

 

Thanks TJ and spriter(s) biggrin.gif

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Have two from the desert now. <3 Just the Jungle left to hunt when I unlock again. biggrin.gif

 

After that, I'll probably collect the rest as I see them, unless we do have biome-specific adults. I already know I want to create a very large horde of these! biggrin.gif

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CANT WAIT TO SEE IT SO I CAN BREED THEM xd.png

 

Please tone down the capslock.

Edited by SockPuppet Strangler

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Very beautiful spring eggs! Thanks TJ and the artist(s) for a lovely surprise! smile.gif

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Now this is a surprise! ohmy.gif

Thanks to all. biggrin.gif

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Just caught 2 from jungle & desert and 3 from forest, using up all my egg slots.

Can't wait to see what does the hatchling look like!

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Ooh, such a exotic looking egg. Can't wait to see what it hatches into. Oddly enough, I had no trouble capping out on this egg. Good luck to everyone else, although there doesn't seem to be many people on.

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