Does your dragon have a Rider? If so, your Rider can train them to become stronger! Here are all the different ways you can buff up your dragon. There is currently no limit to how many times you can train a stat. Each training image gives 1 stat point.
- The dragon’s Rider must be present during training images.
- Art should be full body with coloring, shading, and a background.
- Written entries must be 600 words long. In addition, you can claim an activity for every 300 words if there is more than one dragon. This means that an activity with one dragon has a minimum of 600, an activity with two dragons has a minimum of 600, and an activity with three dragons has a minimum of 900. There is a maximum of four participating dragons.
| Strength |
Draft Training – Show your dragon pulling a heavy object behind it. This can be a carriage, a boulder, or even a Rider.
Hurdle Training – Show your dragon leaping over obstacles or flying.
| Defense |
Coordination Training – Show your dragon chasing an object or seeking out a tricky treasure.
Saddle Training – Show your dragon carrying their Rider or another heavy object on their back.
| Intelligence |
Enchantment Training – Show your dragon using their skills to enchant or alter an object. You may also show them studying such things.
Machination Training – Show your dragon using their skills to build something or simply learning about making things.
| Willpower |
Desensitization – Show your dragon becoming accustomed to something new. This is a learning process–you may also show your dragon struggling with this new thing!
Depth Training – Show your dragon swimming in water. Some dragons might prefer it on solid ground, but them’s the breaks.
| Dexterity |
Evasion Training – Show your dragon dodging obstacles or traveling through rough or stormy terrain.
Gait Training – Show your dragon learning to control their speed or simply racing as fast as they can.