Upon purchasing a dragon egg, Sims need to interact with it. The color dragon that will hatch depends on how many times they interact with the egg.
- 0 to 6 interactions: Red dragon
- 7 to 13 interactions: Gold dragon
- 14+ interactions: Purple dragon
The nest should be kept after the dragon hatches, as the dragon will use it as a bed.
Colors of Dragons Edit
- Red dragons are very likely to set large objects on fire. Generally they start burning things as soon as they hatch. The dragon's name is Burnie.
- Gold dragons are a bit more disciplined, but won't shy away from torching surrounding objects if it is neglected. The dragon's name is Pyritie.
- Purple dragons are very friendly and hardly ever set things on fire. However, even purple dragons are very difficult creatures to maintain and can still cause fires especially if the dragon is neglected. The dragon's name is Torch.
Caring for a DragonEdit
Sims should interact with their dragon frequently and restock on supplies from Magic Town when their dragon's treats and toys have gone. Besides torching various items around a lot, dragons can torch visiting Sims as well, resulting in the death of the victim. Dragons eat flowers around the lot, especially yellow daffodils. They may also eat spoiled food and trash piles. Toads are a special Dragon delicacy, so when Sims have a Dragon, they should be extra careful using the Toadification spell if they ever want to see their neighbors again.
Dragon Valley Dragons (The Sims 3)Edit
Dragons are a new interactive object that can hatch from a dragon egg that can be purchased in Buymode. There are three dragon colors: Green, which is a dragon that hoards and protects treasures; Purple, which love sunshine and happiness and Red, which focus mainly on fire and heat