The DragonVale Sandbox was created in May 2017, following the retirement of the original Dragonvale Breeding Sandbox created by r0b0_tr0n aka Raymond Kirkland.
This is an independent, fan-created project and is neither associated with nor sanctioned by Backflip Studios, the creators of DragonVale .
- Rule Zero — The breeding rules used by the DragonVale Sandbox are derived from conjecture, experiment, and deduction. They are not canonical, and may be incomplete and/or inaccurate.
- Primary Rule — If a primary dragon is bred with another primary dragon of the same element, then the offspring is always a primary dragon of that element (e.g. Fire + Fire → Fire).
- Opposite Elements — A primary dragon cannot be bred with a primary dragon of the opposite element (e.g. Fire + Cold).
- General Rule — Otherwise, the kinds of dragons being bred and all combinations of the elements they represent determines the pool of potential offspring.
- Limited Dragons — Some kinds of dragons are
limited and cannot be bred except
- under specific circumstances (e.g. a Blue Moon dragon during a blue moon),
- if one of the parents is a dragon of that kind (i.e. you already have one, or can breed with a friend's dragon in the Cooperative Cave),
- or during a Bring 'Em Back event.
537 dragons, 129,281 breeding pairs, 9478 lines of code, 19 minutes to recompile, 711 MB of breeding data.
Over the last 30 days: 30,781 unique visitors, 12,822,176 requests, 212.9 GB transferred.
- 2019 Aug 15 — Jasper left, Tourmaline returns
- 2019 Aug 13 — Jade left, Amber returns
- 2019 Aug 09 — Added Bastion (light/lightning/cold rare)
- 2019 Aug 02 — Added Fury (apocalypse epic)
- 2019 Aug 01 — Ruby left, Peridot returns
- 2019 Jul 30 — Added Snootroot (earth/plant rare)
- 2019 Jul 26 — Added Psyche (dark/air/plant rare)
- 2019 Jul 19 — Added Vanguard (light/earth/metal rare)
- 2019 Jul 15 — Labradorite left, Jasper returns
- 2019 Jul 12 — Added Sparkles (lightning/light/earth rare, limited tier)
- 2017 May 27 — Parent Finder goes online
- 2017 May 26 — Breeding Sandbox goes online