Playgrounds for dragons #
Dragon pads are separate places where dragons can rest and leave some of their mined gold to the owners of the houses. In order for a clone to build a dragon playground, the house must be equipped with a drainage system and have a development level of at least 10 units.
A house with a level of 10 units can accommodate one such site, and a castle with a level of 50 units can accommodate five sites. Dragons visit sites at night and leave some of their gold as payment for rest.
It is important to remember that if your house is in a ruined state, the dragon pad will not function. Gold coins are credited to your account once every 24 hours after the construction of the site. You will be able to track the amount of accrued gold and find out the name of the dragon that visited your site through an extract from the history of the game account.
Construction of airstrips is available on the “House List” page.
Table. The cost of building a platform for dragons
When building a site, you can enable the automatic purchase of resources for construction.
Attention! When purchasing a resource automatically, the general rule applies: the current minimum purchase price for each type of resource cannot exceed five times its nominal price. If the resource is more expensive, the purchase will not be made.
Repairs to dragon sites must be carried out every 100 days from the date of construction. If you do not carry out repairs on time, the site ceases to function and dragons cannot land on it. The cost of repairs does not accumulate, meaning it remains constant even if you haven’t had any repairs done in a year or longer. It’s important to note that the countdown to your next renovation starts all over again if you’re building a new deck on the same property.
Table. The cost of repairing the dragon platform
You do not have to control the repair of the building yourself, since there is an automatic repair function.
Table. Automatic repair of the dragon platform
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