Welcome to part 3 of the Little Dragons beginner’s guide! Click here to go back to part 2 of the guide.
Many of these quests require you to buy decorations in the store. To buy decorations, go to the store tab and then to the decorations tab, and you’ll get a list of everything that you can buy. Decorations have no practical use, and they take up space on your island, so it’s recommended to sell them after you have finished using them to complete a quest, though you can keep them if you want to pretty your island up a little bit.
Once you run out of room to place anything on the island, you can swipe off to other surrounding islands or go to the Expand tab in the store menu and buy an expansion, which, in this game, will consist of an entirely new island that you can populate with dragons and buildings. Expansions are VERY expensive and take a very long time to open once you purchase them, but once you do, it is worth it.
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If you are low on coins and cash and you don’t mind spending real money on them, you can go to the coins and cash menu of the game and buy more of each one. You can pay real money for the cash, or you can pay in game cash for the coins, but there are also free offers that you can take if you want to earn some cash for free.
Cash can be used to buy cross bred dragons, as well as to buy more nurseries and other premium buildings in the game. For example, you can buy a Nursery, Nursery II and Nursery III in the buildings tab of the store menu, which essentially do the same thing, but it’s required to buy each one of you want to hatch 2, 3 or 4 dragons at the same time. The higher numbered nursery costs more cash, but does essentially the same thing as the lower leveled nursery.
That’s about all for Little Dragons! Enjoy the game!