How much xp does a dragon gain from a perch?


#1

Was just wondering, and is it higher on high perch lv for lower tier dragons? Thanks


#2

minimal in my experience. certainly wouldn’t count on it as the best modality for leveling a dragon


#3

If you’re building a perch to level dragons then I thank you for the rage regen you’ve just given to me. Don’t build perches unless they are there for a specific purpose eg hp buff for farms.


#4

The amount of xp you get from a perch is horrible, if you do a couple of runs then you would probably get more xp for that dragon than if you left it on a perch for 6hrs. You do get more xp as you level the perch more, but it’s still a tiny amount. But idk it might be more for low level players :woman_shrugging:t3:


#5

I think perched riders get same gp that primarch does, i have 2 riders perched and both get the same gp but it has taken time for the gp to be added into riders total before, by several hours. 1 of my riders perched has like 40k gp collected. Both methods of earning gp have their pros and cons but silver lining is that u can take a defending rider + dragon off perch daily then slap back on after a few runs…if that was a players desire.


#6

You only get perch xp once a day. Not by how long the dragon as been perched.


#7

My bad i was thinking riders…on that note ill back tf up lol


#8

Yeah its same xp i think when perches are different levels, based off player lvl if i remember correct


#9

It’s 75% of your max xp. Same as joining a run.


#10

While we r on the subject… when you upgrade perch within same tier, attack is increased as well as the hp correct? I just only see a visual display of hp increase


#11

Attack is based on the level of the dragon you have perched there. Or at least that is my understanding.


#12

Both the perch hp, and the dragon dmg goes up when upgrading a perch

The tier of dragon you can perch also goes up every 5 levels or so


#13

Thanks for the correction I just didn’t remember exactly


#14

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