When I use Mystic Fragments to add more fragments for my incomplete dragon in egg incubator, what is the ratio? Is it always 1:1?
If I breed Anapa which needs 500 fragments, so in theory, I need either 500 Mystic Fragments or 87.5K. So, 1 Mystic Fragment = 175 egg tokens?
Only on that breed - the ratio will be different for other parent / child combinations, since the number of tokens depends on the probability of getting a fragment for that particular egg, as well as the number of fragments needed for the egg.
In that regard, I try to never use mystic fragments when backbreeding a dragon. I want to use them where they have the highest egg token value. In my breeding chart, I have a column that shows number of egg tokens each fragment is worth, and I use that to get the biggest bang for the buck from my mystic frags.
Someone told me there was a magical guide with info on where it might be good to use fragments or not. No math required. Just a rumor, I think.
Red’s breeding paths contain that info.
I don’t know; I build my own breeding chart using data from dragonmanager.com in an Excel worksheet, and the math is fairly simple.
If I may quote myself from another thread (as it is apropos this one):
When using frags you need to look not only at the bang for your bokens, but also the effect it will have on the availability of builder hut eggs.
I used about 548 of those mystic frags to get me Keth (I already owned Opes so they were good to use ) which leaves me with enough egg tokens to pick up Kaze (for builder hut eggs) once Keth hits lvl 16.
Those mystic frags saved me about 110k egg tokens that I can use for Kaze
Sounds like egg tokens are still hard currency. Mystic fragments are flexible but with some side effects and value differences.
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