Golem Dragon

  • Available at: lvl 42
  • Incubation Time: 20:00:00
  • Rarity: Rare
  • Type: Stone
  • Buy: 1,100
  • Sell Value: 100 Gold
  • XP: 3,000 XP
  • Breedable: Yes

Golem Dragon Breeding

Parent Parent Attempts Successes Breed %
Stone Hunter 5 4 33%
Stone Night 36 4 33%
Light Aurora 23 2 17%
Stone Golem 3 1 8%
Stone Stone 4 1 8%
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Additional Information

Golem Dragons aren't just solid as a rock; they're indestructible. Young Golem Dragons sometimes fall out of the sky, with their tiny wings unable to support their weight, but they cause no damage to themselves. In fact, they cause a lot more damage to the ground, causing craters in grass, hardpack dirt, even other rocks! Caretakers have found interesting uses for their Golem Dragons over the years. For example, in the Medieval era, when caretakers needed to tear down old castle towers, they'd train their Golem Dragons to fly headlong into the castle walls. You could say Golem Dragons were the earliest version of a wrecking ball. Some caretakers of questionable values have tried breeding Golem Dragons to use in war. They could be the perfect weapon: maneuverable, indestructible, and unstoppable - a potent combination. However, Golem Dragons are very docile in nature and have no desire to inflict harm upon others, making them practically impossible to weaponize. Despite not being useful as weapons, some enterprising Caretakers used Epic Golem Dragons to great effect in times of war. When attacked by opposing forces unfamiliar with dragons, ancient Caretakers would send out a battalion of Epic Golem Dragons to fly over their enemies. Opposing armies would flee at the sight of these colossal beasts, not knowing the dragons wouldn't hurt a fly. Despite not being useful as weapons, some enterprising Caretakers used Epic Golem Dragons to great effect in times of war. When attacked by opposing forces unfamiliar with dragons, ancient Caretakers would send out a battalion of Epic Golem Dragons to fly over their enemies. Opposing armies would flee at the sight of these colossal beasts, not knowing the dragons wouldn't hurt a fly.