Our Inferno Dragon’s are heating up and soaring to new levels with recent upgrades. As we have seen the Dragon’s available to us in the Dragon Dimension expand it is not a surprise that we now see those Dragon’s increasing in levels. Today we will take a closer look at the new levels for our Inferno Dragon. However, before we really dive in make sure you are up to date on the first Inferno Dragon by going back and reading up on it!
Our Dragon’s Den is continuing to evolve as the game progresses. We are now up to 4 Dragons all with their own level cap. Our Inferno Dragon now goes to level 100 and I am sure we can be expecting to see more dragons follow suit with higher levels and higher stats. When entering your Dragon’s Den you will currently see:
- The Reborn Dragon (Max Level 150)
- The Inferno Dragon (Max Level 100)
- The Hydro Dragon (Max Level 50)
- The Terra Dragon (Max Level 50)
We are familiar with the Inferno Dragon as it was the first of the three specialized Dragons that were released. However, today let’s take a look at the increased skills and recommendations for skilling for every player type.
Once again all of the stats are divided into their own groupings and we will cover each of these and what the stats actually do.
These are skills that will impact your Dragon in some way.
- Dragon Spark: Regenerative Talon (Max: 1,000%)- This skill will help your Dragon heal faster and recover its HP
- Dragon Spark: Inferno Dragon Aggression (Max: 100,000)- This Skill will grow your Dragon’s HP bar.
- Dragon Spark: Dragon Speed (Max: 600%)- This skill will give your Dragon a faster march
These are going to be your Type Stats that will work to strengthen your Infantry, Cavalry, and Ranged Stats.
- Dragon Essence: Type Attack (Max: 20,000%)
- Dragon Essence: Type Defense (Max: 38,000%)
- Dragon Essence: Type Health (Max: 20,000%)
These are going to be your Empire Assault Stats. These stats will only be effective when attacking the empire of another player.
- Dragon Annihilation: Empire Assault Attack (Max: 55,000%)
- Dragon Annihilation: Empire Assualt Defense (Max: 60,000%)
- Dragon Annihilation: Empire Assault Health (Max: 40,000%)
These will be your Troop Stats that will be effective in multiple scenarios.
- Dragon Heart: Troop Attack (Max: 40,000%)
- Dragon Heart: Troop Defense (Max: 46,000%)
- Dragon Heart: Troop Health (Max: 35,000%)
These stats are where our Inferno Dragon continues to have an infantry specialization. These will really boost your infantry stats.
- Dragon Pride: Infantry Attack (Max: 30,000)
- Dragon Pride: Infantry Defense (Max: 38,000%)
- Dragon Pride: Infantry Health (Max: 28,000%)
Your Dragon Havoc Skills are going to have a Wonder focus. These stats will only apply in Wonder Scenarios.
- Dragon Havoc: Wonder Rally Troop Attack (Max: 44,000%)
- Dragon Havoc: Wonder Defender Troop Attack (Max: 44,000%)
- Dragon Havoc: Wonder Troop Health (Max: 30,000%)
The Dragon Eradication Skills are a bit of a mixed bag with stats that will help in a couple of areas. The unique thing about this section of skills is that this is the first time that we have seen any debuffs given by the Inferno Dragon.
- Dragon Eradication: Attack Debuff (Max: 58,000%)
- Dragon Eradication: Infantry Attack and Infantry Attack on Battle Marked Target (Max: 20,000%)
- Dragon Eradication: Ultimate Inferno Dragon Growth (Max: 200,000)- This skill once again increases the HP bar on your Dragon.
The Costs for the new levels of the Inferno Dragon appear to echo the costs of the earlier levels.
**These numbers are community gathered. Please let us know if you are able to help fill in any blanks and we will update costs as we are able to do so. In addition, please let us know if any numbers are inaccurate and we will update them.
New Inferno Levels for Defenders
When we look at new Inferno levels for defenders we again want to look at what stats to prioritize when skilling. Remember that all of your Dragons when at home will help to defend your empire. So quarantine those Dragons and remember that just like you they are safer at home. While new Dragons have limited stats for Defenders they are still very effective in helping make our defense stronger so knowing what to focus on for skills is essential.
Skill Focus for Defenders
- Dragon Essence Skills
- Dragon Pride Skills
- Dragon Eradication (Attack Debuff and Infantry Attack)
New Inferno Levels for Attackers
Next up we are going to look at new Inferno Levels for Attackers. There are more stats to focus on as an attacker. We will see your Inferno taking an edge in strength as it achieves higher levels. So far we have been able to test a level 73 Inferno against a level 45 Hydro and level 43 Terra. Remember that the Hydro and Terra slightly beat out our Inferno to Level 50 on stats.
While we do not currently see a huge difference between a level 73 Inferno and Hydro or Terra that are in the 40s we did see some key things that we wanted to point out in these tests.
For the first set of tests, our attacker hit with each Dragon with a mixed march. The only factor changing between hits being the Dragon that was used. We have charted the results to help you look at them side by side.
|Dragon HP Lost||62,452||61,828||61,844|
|Dragon HP Lost||24,594||24,418||23,796|
For our second set of tests we once again did a hit with each Dragon but used the troop type they specialized in with them instead of a mixed march.
|Dragon HP Lost||63,403||61,620||61,693|
|Dragon HP Lost||23,359||22,908||22,848|
What do we know?
What we know from these tests can be summarized into a few points.
- The new levels of the Inferno Dragon are hitting harder than the older Dragons however, the difference is small with the levels we tested. It remains to be seen how even higher level Infernos will compare however, it can only get better!
- It is more beneficial to send a type march than a mixed march with your Dragon. As our Defender was an even mix on troops and was still hit harder by type marches.
Skill Focus for Attackers
The Skill priority focus for attackers will look like this:
- Dragon Annihilation
- Dragon Essence
- Dragon Pride
- Dragon Eradication
- Dragon Heart
New Inferno Levels for Wonder Players
Finally, last but not least let’s take a look at new Inferno Levels for Wonder Players. For this player type, we are going to see increased stats as well to help in Wonder Play.
Skill Focus for Wonder Players
- Dragon Havoc
- Dragon Essence
- Dragon Pride
- Dragon Eradication
- Dragon Heart
Realtips for Skilling the new Dragon Levels
We have looked at the stats provided and who they help. We have looked at the impact of new Dragon levels for attackers. Now let’s talk about the strategy behind how to skill. This applies no matter what type of player you are.
- Skill all the way down as low as you can on the skill tree using minimal points.
- Starting from the bottom of the skills tree fill the skills that you are focusing on until you cannot anymore and work your way up.
The reason we skill this way is we want to be sure we are putting our skill points in the boxes that will give us the most bang for our buck. The skills at the bottom tree are going to have higher stats and so you want to be sure you fill those boxes first.
What about the Inferno Boost
- The Boost is only useful to those with an Inferno Dragon above Level 50
- The Boost is no longer available for sale but can still be used.
- Leads are able to maintain this boost with anti-scout
- We are seeing the biggest impact of rallies with this boost.
The Inferno boost can and will do some damage to an account. There are two ways you can combat this boost:
The best defense is definitely a combination of those two factors. We did some testing to see what works best. The account we tested had a high Ranged, Low Cav Troop set up with the infantry troops count falling somewhere between those two.
For the first four hits, only our Attacker changed things. We were able to see that the synergy boost is most effective when used with mercs. After the first four hits for every hit, our attacker sent the same march with merc and our defender changed different factors to see how they influenced the outcome. Here are the things we observed:
- Merc versus no merc in our defenders base did not make a huge difference.
- No Cav in our defenders base was the most effective defense
- Hydro and Ranged Rein on their own did not make a big difference
- However, Hydro and Ranged rein together made a slight difference. We did not test Ranged rein and the Inferno Dragon as rein, however, due to the higher type stats on an inferno Dragon over level 50, this may be an even more effective defense.
|Baseline- No Synergy- No Merc||Baseline-No Synergy- WIth Merc||Baseline- Synergy Boost- No Merc||BaselineSynergy with Merc||No Merc||No Cav||Hydro DragonRein||Ranged Troop Rein||Hydro Dragon and Ranged Rein|
|Overall Troop Loss||1.32m||1.58m||2.52m||3.03m||3.03m||2.29m||3.03m||3.03m||3.02m|
|Overall Troop Loss||3.18m||3.18m||3.18m||3.18m||3.18m||3.18m||3.18m||3.18m||3.19|
A Concern with this setup, of course, is leaving ourselves with other weaknesses. We have no Cav troops to kill off ranged marches and high ranged leaves us vulnerable to Cav marches. So we tested to see what would happen in a No Cav setup with high ranged. Results on these hits showed us that attackers are able to use those weaknesses to those advantages, however, we still do better than we would against an attacker with the Synergy boost with Cav troops in our base.
|No Cav-for Defender- Hit with Ranged and Hydro by Attacker||No Cav for Defender- Hit with Ranged and Boosted Inferno||No Cav for Defender- Hit with Cav and Terra Mech||No Cav for Defender- Hit with Cav and Boosted Inferno|
|Overall Troop Loss||2.07m||2.12m||2.22m||1.16m|
|Dragon HP Loss||82,281||84,306||87,934||45,480|
|Overall Troop Loss||2.88m||2.8||3.17||3.4|
|Dragon HP Loss||17,302||16,711||23,660||253,241|
Looking for more great content to read? We have 100s of helpful guides to help you on your way as you build up and prepare to engage in War. Now that you have had the chance to read up on our Terra Dragon be sure to take the chance to brush up on your Inferno and Hydro Dragon and the stats offered by those two.
The Reborn Dragon was our original Dragon released and we take a closer look at it in the following articles.
How To Train your Dragon Dimension Dragon– This article covers the initial 50 levels of your Dragon Dimension Dragon.
How to Train your Dragon Dimension Dragon 2– This article takes a closer look at levels up to 100 of your Dragon Dimension Dragon.
How to Train your Reborn Dragon– This article looks at your first Dragon even closer at levels beyond 100.
After the Inferno Dragon, we saw the Hydro Dragon join the family with a Ranged Focus.
The Terra Dragon was the final Dragon to join us to complete the troop combat circle with a Cavalry Focus.
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