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"Here's a thank you for playing, have a gift egg! We're sure you don't have one like this!" checks egg - Tornado Dragon

I have three of them from chests. FML.

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I dont have one buf now i do :)
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Doesn't look like that Pangolin Dragon is in my future :-( Guess it's time to go back to attempting for the standard rares.
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Standard rares - looks like ive found my latest dearest unword of the month! Lol
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Random possibly helpful thought:  Tornado + Fire = lots of Phoenix and Lava dragons = lots of essence sources.  Still no luck on the combo breeding a Desert dragon, but it got me my third island.
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Woo Hoo!  My first rare!  I just won a Tornado Dragon from one of those floating chests!
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thats cutting it close!  This time it is asking for a brush dragon and of course I don't have one...I tried to breed it like you said and ended up with a crystal...i didn't have one of those either so it was alright :)  I have my own chart I made and I am working now to get one of each and every dragon available...i have been lucky getting no repeats for a few days :)
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We have a long way to go before we get Star Trek level e-libraries.
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PSA:

If you hurry and update, there is a new building: Temple of Evolution. It allows dragons to progress past level 10. If you hurry, it appears that feeding level 10 is FREE. This may be a bug, but I have a level 12 air dragon now, and 10 -> 11 was free.
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awesome, more + rare % potential
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Not sure I've seen it mentioned before, so a tip for everyone adding people for-game friendships: for those of us who use G+ for more than games, it would be helpful if you made it clear somewhere on your profile that you're a Dragons World player. You can do this by posting to the community, sharing your games with whatever circle you're adding us to (this is done in-game), or adding a public (or shared with circles or your Dragons World circle) blurb to your profile stating you play. I have random people adding me semi-regularly, so personally, I won't add you back if I can't identify where you're coming from/how we're connected. That's pretty much my only requirement, so if I see you play, I'll add you back.

Happy dragon-raising!
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Pretty sure that's a Desert dragon on the way! Tornado 10R (I think) 5B, Fire 15T. 19 hour breeding is 20 minus 5%, but we'll see for sure in a little under a day. This is only attempt number 20-30ish!
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5% of 20 is 19hr. Thats not a desert. You got luckier. :) 
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Anyone recognize these eggs?  I screencapped them from the Nursery icons, but I don't remember what they hatched into.  The green/yellow one is either a dandelion dragon or a butterfly dragon.  The other two I'm a bit more unsure of...neither contain magic, but I don't remember what they are.  The blue/purple I think might be a coral dragon, but I'm just plain lost on the other blue one.  It's possible it's an air dragon, and I'm pretty sure it's not a river dragon (those are more like the blue half of the blue/purple one if I recall).

I'm trying to add as many as I can to the Wiki on Wikia (http://dragons-world.wikia.com/).  Also, if you have any screencaps of the nursery selected with eggs not on the Wiki, but are unsure about editing them, feel free to message me and send them my way.
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Yea had that backwards mybad /.^
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Famous authors' libraries. I was disappointed Neil Gaiman's didn't make it.
Lessons in reading from an 18th-century lord, or why the allure of an unread book is like the dawn of romance
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OK, now I have the urge to finally, truly, really organize my books......
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Be safe deep frying your turkey this year!
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We stopped on our way north from Florida to meet some friends that live in the area, and they suggested this as an activity for all the kids. Their kids are older, while ours are younger, but both families had a great time. Our friends have been here multiple times, so they knew what to expect, but still seemed to really enjoy themselves. Meanwhile, our kids are both in the "five and under" category, so they got into the space for younger kids. It was awesome. The only problem was we weren't prepared for wet kids, so we couldn't let them fully enjoy the space. They still had a blast, though. They also really enjoyed all the hands-on experiments, even if many of those were well beyond their understanding at five and two. The kids also loved the lower level aquarium. They particularly enjoyed the rays. And then we found the model trains. I'm fairly sure we spent an entire hour just looking at all the scenes in the various displays. The older one has repeatedly asked to go back.
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I can't speak to regular service here, but the kitchen completely failed to properly assemble a double steakburger with cheese, to the point that there actually wasn't anything but a tiny splotch of what my wife and I assumed was cheese between the patties. The waitress also forgot to bring a cup of cheese for my wife's cheese fries (likely the kitchen forgot it, but shouldn't she check for that before bringing the food out?), and our salads arrived literally about 30 seconds before our food...I don't think either of us had even managed to get the dressing poured. For my wife's sake, this wasn't a completely bad thing since she had to send her burger back, but it was another poor showing from the kitchen. The sad part is my wife didn't modify the order in any way, but my western barbecue and bacon burger was ordered sans diced onions, and it arrived without issue. I also got my cheese cup. With that said, the food arrived quickly enough that our kids weren't freaking out, and the waitress was quick to correct both issues with my wife's order. Our shakes arrived at an appropriate time to go well with the meal. I've had better service at other Steak 'n Shake restaurants, but I've also had significantly worse. I'll end on a positive note (and the reason for a fourth star): the location is awesome for kids. Make sure you get a window seat, as the train tracks across the street make for great entertainment. We saw at least three trains during our meal, and our five- and two-year-old kids loved it. They're far enough away to not be loud (I'm not even sure we could hear them inside), but close enough to be exciting for little ones.
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The woman that took my order in the drive-thru didn't seem to understand how to properly enter my order, to the point that I made sure to repeat myself numerous times until the screen accurately reflected my order: * I've had issues recently with ordering a two cheeseburgers meal with both cheeseburgers plain, but only one coming out plain. The screen showed she has selected the correct meal, but only had one marked plain. She started getting a curt tone when I asked her to confirm both were plain, but she did. * I had to mention more than twice (I hadn't started counting times repeating myself yet) that I wanted apple slices with one of the two kids meals. * I had to request light ice in my drink 3 times before she entered it. I've repeatedly ordered this at many different McDonald's, without any issue, so I was a bit amazed she struggled entering this. * I failed to confirm she up-sized the whole meal, so I didn't get a large order of fries. My kids didn't eat as much as I expected after a day out, so it ended up not mattering, but it seems to have become a thing to only up-size drinks? This isn't the first time or location to do this. Ordering the meal large ("I'd like X meal, large, with a Dr. Pepper with light ice") has gotten me just a large drink at at least three different locations in the area. I'll make sure I'm more clear in the future, but this seems odd.
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It's convenient when on the west side of town, there is ample parking, and it's easy to get to from just about anywhere nearby.
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