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Because I apparently don't have better things to do, I've started to revert some of my dragons to babies using the Fountain of Youth. I was surprised that it wasn't an instant action, and actually takes time like breeding or egg incubation. So my question is - is the "revert" time for transforming an adult into a baby the same as breed/incubation time, or is it based on something else?

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It takes 12 hours regardless of dragon; I've checked myself and got 12 hours and the Wiki confirms. Making dragons older again also takes another 12 hours for any dragons.

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Yeah, I have reverted bloom and panlongs and the a couple of others, its always 12 hours. – James Apr 21 '12 at 1:37
I have a screenshot as proof but Photostream is being slow so I don't have it yet – Ben Brocka Apr 21 '12 at 1:41
Awesome, thanks for the info! I was reverting a Cactus and I saw the 12 hours and thought - sheesh, I don't remember them taking that long. – EBongo Apr 21 '12 at 2:44
@EBongo pretty sure it's just to give you extra incentive to use gems. – Ben Brocka Apr 21 '12 at 15:18

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