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Instead, it displays the breed and gene pass-rate. The scrolls for these breeds/genes can be bought for premium currency in the gem marketplace. When it comes to passing on the breed or trait to the offspring, the odds are incredibly slim unless it’s matched with another rare gene or breed, in which case the probability of passing it on is 50/50.
Coatls and Wildclaws, for example, are two uncommon breeds. You might get either if you breed them together. Toss a coin. It’s more like a 1% chance of having the Rare breed in the babies when they’re bred with a Plentiful breed (the four basic breeds — Guardian, Fae, Mirror, and Tundra).
Also, disregard anyone who attempts to charge tons for a dragon with a “rare mix” of colors and/or genes. Nobody seems to mind; it’s generally because the combination is undesirable or unsightly, and they’re looking for a quick buck. It’s one thing if the dragon is attractive, but if the only selling point is that it’s the site’s only Color/Colour/Colour Gene/Gene/Gene Breed… run away.

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If you just want to go by price, the Game Database is a good place to start. But if you want to know what’s valuable/sells well, it’s sort of a case-by-case basis, because genes are so easy to obtain or purchase that they’re not really a deciding factor on what will sell. An XXX Abyss dragon with triple gem genes, for example, will likely sell faster and for a higher price than a XXX Spring dragon with the same genes. However, whether the consumer advertises them or deliberately curates the pair to have a certain aesthetic, a pretty XYZ pair with treasure genes which have offspring that consistently sell far above fodder price.
If you just want to go by price, the Game Database is a good place to start. But if you want to know what’s valuable/sells well, it’s sort of a case-by-case basis, because genes are so easy to obtain or purchase that they’re not really a deciding factor on what will sell. An XXX Abyss dragon with triple gem genes, for example, will likely sell faster and for a higher price than a XXX Spring dragon with the same genes. However, whether the consumer advertises them or deliberately curates the pair to have a certain aesthetic, a pretty XYZ pair with treasure genes which have offspring that consistently sell far above fodder price.

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There’s no risk of purchasing the incorrect gene and being unable to apply it to the desired dragon, as I experienced with Pin/Trail (and again 10 minutes later in the AH) and daily Underbelly for the den (yesterday) Gem Ancient genes… (Should remain gem genes, but need their own section.) However, I believe the GMP is a better place for currency-purchasable ancient genes because it does not refresh or randomize itself every 5 minutes like the TMP does. If new gem genes are posted, the fact that they’re unlimited will prevent frantic scrambling to buy them, as well as possible unintended mis-purchases of the wrong genes if a stack vanishes between clicks.)
There’s no risk of purchasing the incorrect gene and being unable to apply it to the desired dragon, as I experienced with Pin/Trail (and again 10 minutes later in the AH) and daily Underbelly for the den (yesterday) Gem Ancient genes… (Should remain gem genes, but need their own section.) However, I believe the GMP is a better place for currency-purchasable ancient genes because it does not refresh or randomize itself every 5 minutes like the TMP does. If new gem genes are posted, the fact that they’re unlimited will prevent frantic scrambling to buy them, as well as possible unintended mis-purchases of the wrong genes if a stack vanishes between clicks.)

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“Search” should be selected (underneath the “Library” section on the left hand sidebar). Go to “Dragon Search” and type in the colors of your dragon. This calculator assumes you’re just looking for dragons that are currently active in the game (Non-Exalted).
With some changes, this dragon pricing calculator is based on prices from Noodless’ Pricing Guide and OreoQuack’s How I Price My Dragons. Prices start just above the fodder floor and cap out before hitting the “collector” price ranges (300+ gems) since it is targeted at average/general dragons. Please only contact ScalyMaiden if you need assistance; the other creators are acknowledged but not needed to maintain this tool.
“Search” should be selected (underneath the “Library” section on the left hand sidebar). Go to “Dragon Search” and type in the colors of your dragon. This calculator assumes you’re just looking for dragons that are currently active in the game (Non-Exalted).

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