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Blue fire dragon problems.. need help. (Closed)
I went to go breed a cold and fire dragon, to make a blue fire dragon but it will only let me select either the cold or the fire dragon. can some one help me please. what do i have to do, to be able to select both??
Answer from: werebear
Well, i tried to but i could not so my friend told me a lava and cold i didn't work but i might if you keep on trying.
Answer from: Anonymous
Cold and fire are opposites and therefore cannot be bred together. you can get a blue fire by breeding a fire with a half breed cold dragon though, eg. storm, ice, mountain. although you'll have to try a quite few times to have a chance at getting one as blue fire dragons are rare and hard to breed.
Answer from: Tiara
I'm trying to breed a blue fire dragon too. i'm using a firefly and snow dragon. the first egg that is now going to hatch seems to be blue with air swirls, so i assume that it's another snow dragon. the second egg that is incubating will take 48 hours so i'm not sure what to make of it. a possible rainbow egg coming?
Answer from: Cool person
Dont use fire and cold dragan because at lvl fourteen you will get an air dragon after it
Answer from: Bob
I wood use a nolmole fire dragon and a storm that way you can get a firerfay (3 hor) storm (5 hor) or the blue fire ( 12 hor
Answer from: Airdude
Air comes from fire and water, it isn't possible to breed pure fire with pure cold as mentioned earlier.
Answer from: Blue Dragon
Now im trying to get a blue fire dragon by breeding lava+cold..but im not yet sure if i could get i blue fire...try to breed more until you get the blue..i hope i can help..
Answer from: Fatima blues
Try breeding if your lava and snow is lvl ten..i had i blue fire dragon when i bred lava lvl ten and snoe lvl10
Answer from: Breeno911
Pure fire with a snow dragon has the best odds of getting the cold fire dragon.
Answer from: Dragon master
You should try breeding the fire dragon, with an ice dragon, made via cold and water. dragons with opposites can't breed with their opposite. most hybrids have no opposite, therefore, can breed with any dragon.
Answer from: Game Center
Hello dragonvillian!i'd like you're question and i want to answer it...you need to believe fatima blues and blue dragon..their right because lava dragon and any cold dragon, if you breed them you got lots of dragons..
Answer from: Mr. Correct
The best way to get blue fire dragon is fire + snow becuz if you dont get the blue fire u get the blazing dragon whitch is worth 1,000,000$ and only has the incubation time of 8 hour. the worst ways would be fire + mountain or cold + lava becuz any dragon that is incubated with half earth will take a longer time than almost any outher dragon combinations
Answer from: Ash
You can get a blue fire dragon by breeding a hybrid fire and cold or hybrid cold and fire. the best way is to breed a lava and a cold. since fire and cold are the opposite, you are not aloud to breed them together. try every fire hybrid and cold and see what comes out. then try and cold hybrid and see what comes out.
Answer from: Blue success
You must breed a fire + cold hybrid dragon in order to get the blue fire I know this for 100% as I have gotten many blue fires from these combos and 0 from cold + fire hybrid this has been confirmed by many blogs and cheat sites. Hope this helps
Answer from: dragon lover
U should breed a fire and storm both level 10 and put fire first it makes a big difference but i had to try a few times
Answer from: cool
Breed fire dragon with storm dragon. because you cant breed opposites but can breed hybrids.
Answer from: Monkey man
You can breed lava and snow. I have two blue fire dragons not but each of them took me 3 tries. Good luck!
From: Draco the dark
Posted on: 10-22-2014
From: Steve jimbob
Posted on: 09-03-2014