This is a discussion on Dragonvale Tips & Tricks! (NO Friend Requests!) within the DragonVale Forum forums, part of the iPad Game Specific category; Originally Posted by Rawlingsmom Thanks Vicky! As I was searching here I saw that someone used a seaweed on the left and a moss on ...
Yes, Brooklyn it was your post about the seaweed and the moss. THanks so much for posting that. It worked for me!
It didn't work for me while LYD was still available, and if the old pattern is still true (you never know when BFS changes the rules as we see with the clover dragon's strange breeding pattern) you won't be able to get a LYD offspring now for sure. You can only get more limited dragons by breeding 2 of them to make a thirdOriginally Posted by aphrael
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Tommy B's Dragon Land
Please use caution while visiting Tommy B's Dragon Land, as much of the park is still under construction. Some weird magic going on - don't get turned into a toad or nuthin!
Welcome to Forest Island.
Visitors who come to Forest Island are in for a special treat, as Forest Island is the most special island in all of Tommy B's Dragon Land! You'll find out why quite soon!
Forest Island was the first island which Tommy B summoned to the park. He chose this particular hunk of rock to hang in the sky because situated on one corner was an ancient stone formation of great magical value and mystical interest - the world-renowned Sham-Rock Henge. These aged obelisks were imbued with great dragon-related properties, and have really given our founding wizard an edge when it comes to breeding and capturing dragons for the park. In fact, he placed a warp-in point smack dab in the midst of these moss-covered, time-worn monoliths. This is but the first of several reasons which make Forest Island so special and we'd put the picture of Sham-Rock Henge right here if our graphic design 'wizards' were weally worth their woeful wages.
A quaint, unassuming (a good word) stone path leads visitors away from Sham-Rock Henge, though all are welcome to wander as they will - Tommy B's Dragon Land is very safe! Heading down the lamp-lit path, through natural old oaks and maples, you will quickly encounter our one and only plant habitat. Here you will find several specimens of dragon happily frolicking in the deep emerald grass, munching on the verdant oak leaves and low-growing succulents, and generally enjoying the sunshine and quiet of the forest. A recent addition to this island is a rare Clover Dragon named Poppy. Poppy is only a babe, and is sometimes rather temperamental for this reason, but if you catch him in the right mood he might let you rub his belly - thought to bring you seven months of good luck!
Continuing down the Forest Island's quaint stone path leads you by some magnificent and imposing boulders - huge stones thought to have been plopped down centuries ago by passing glaciers. An interesting fact is that the stone which the Sham-Rock Henge was hewn from does not match these glacial erratics, nor any of the bedrock anywhere near where the island was harvested from. How these giant monoliths were brought and shaped and assembled in a circle is unknown.
Around the corner you will come across a quiet little farm, a bucolic scene of quietude and hominess. Homeyness? Homey don't play that iness? Anyhow, here is the second reason why Forest Island is so special: it is actually the home of Tommy B himself! You will see his simple windmill, which not only refines his small farm's produce, but is also used to generate power for his many wizardly experiments. Dragon Land's Hibernation Cave is next door, and in front of some beautiful flower beds is his own Thatched Roof Cottage. If Tommy B is home, he welcomes all visitors to pop in for a chat! Across the path from the cottage is the Nursery, where he keeps close tabs on all the very rare and fascinating eggs he has painstakingly bred or caught.
Visitors who are exceptionally lucky (perhaps those who were able to rub Poppy's belly on their way in) might catch sight of Tommy B's very own, very special baby Love Dragon - Mellissa - flitting about and hovering over the hatchery. She keeps close tabs on the incubating eggs, and is very protective. For this reason, we strongly urge visitors to keep behind the post fence and not venture close to the eggs themselves.
As you continue down the forest path, you will pass by the wishing well, and behind it can be seen a small pond, home to a few gentle species of water-based dragons. Farther along, and around another giant glacial deposit, is a Cozy Dogen - a hidden little house underground. We have no clue who lives there (if anyone), because the door is always magically locked. This is a mystery even to the park's own caretakers.
Follow the lampposts down the winding forest path and you will come to Dragon Land's largest water habitat. Here, many strange species of water-based dragons frolic and play, hiding beneath the surface during the hottest times of the day, and getting more and more roccous as the day progresses. Those visitors not wishing to get splashed had best stay back!
Around the corner and hidden beneath the shade of a giant oak tree is one of the park's few maintenance buildings. Next door is a small pond, where non-dragonish animals of many sorts can come for water and a quick dip. Clovers and actual shamrocks cover the hearty earth.
Next, we come to another special point of interest on Forest Island - the Dormitories. Yes, this cute little clover-themed hut is actually where all the park workers, caretakers, and employees come at the end of their shifts. This is where employees live, sleep, eat, and spend their off-hours. Looks small, doesn't it? It's bigger on the inside ...
Finally, the path peters out before Forest Island's most fascinating attraction - the Breeding Cave. If you are very lucky, you can see a pair of dragons sequestered here. Tommy B hopes that they also are getting lucky! Nobody is privy to Tommy B's uncanny and mysterious breeding research and knowledge. The best we can do is enjoy the results. The Breeding Cave is all the way at the end of the path, sequestered behind a giant old oak tree and a huge boulder, because breeding dragons tend to enjoy their privacy (although Panlongs seem to know no shame ...).
We heartily welcome all to come enjoy Tommy B's Dragon Land's Forest Island - a taste of the Emerald Isle floating in the sky!
Below, enjoy some pictures from the Forest Island. But don't settle for pictures - come visit yourself! I mean, come, yourself, and visit. Er, don't go to yourself for a visit with yourself. That would be weird. Never mind ...
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