Guide to Dragon City for Facebook: Tips, Tricks, Hints, Cheats and Strategies

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Dragon City is a new game for the Facebook Canvas with a gameplay style that fans of games such as Tap Dragon Park and DragonVale will be familiar with. Dragon City puts you in control of an island full of dragon habitats, and turns you into, basically, a dragon zookeeper. You get to raise water, fire, earth, wind and all other kinds of dragons, and even breed them together to create dragons of multiple elementals. You can get rarer and rarer dragons, including even getting the rarest dragon of all. Read on for some tips and tricks for Dragon City for Facebook!

Early on in the game, it can be pretty easy to run out of coins, but there are ways to make sure that you never do. The two best types of habitat to place in order to earn large amounts of coins are the fire habitat and the water habitat, which earn (in order) a maximum of 7,500 coins, or a maximum of 10,000 coins. If you play often, place more fire habitats, as you can fill them up with two dragons, and they collect coins quickly, but if you don’t play that often, use the water habitats, which are slow to collect coins but have a higher maximum of coins.

Every time that you gain a level, you get bonus gems, and there are plenty of quests to complete that also earn you free gems. Save these gems until you want to speed up eggs and breeding that take a long time in the game, or you want to buy a rare item. Don’t use them early on.

Use your food on dragons that are in habitats that earn a ton of max coins, such as a water habitat. Don’t waste your food on dragons that are in a habitat that doesn’t hold too many coins, such as an earth dragon. Also, each time that you breed a dragon that is two different elements, try to stick it in a habitat that earns more max coins, so that you can feed it more to increase the coins per hour, and it will cause the habitat to load up on coins that much more quickly.

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