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In reading the wiki for trying to get rainbow dragons I am seeing people talk about an emerald dragon. I can not however find any other information on this dragon. Is it real and if so what are it's elements and breeding times?

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According to the Wiki:

The Emerald Dragon can be bred by selecting a Crystal Dragon to mate with a Lichen Dragon at the Breeding Cave/Epic Breeding Island.

This wouldn't be the first time they've made a dragon only breedable by a single pairing (the Sakura dragon used to be), so I'd stick with that combo until more pairings are confirmed.

Interestingly, Emerald Dragons can't be bred with eachother:

The Emerald Dragon cannot be bred with any other dragon, including breeding with another Emerald Dragon.

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Wow, I could not find that page on the wiki this morning when I tried. Thanks! –  James May 18 '12 at 16:30
    
@James it's only existed for less than a day –  Ben Brocka May 18 '12 at 16:59
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Yes, it is real, and I got mine by breeding a Crystal and a Lichen. Dont use a Lichen, then a Crystal, other wise, u will never get it. For me, I got mine on the 3rd try, so I think is is easy. Also, if u use the epic breeding island, it gives u a 25% better chance of u getting one. (Sry bout the u's, I m using my phone)

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Multiple tries with no luck. And where is that 25% chance coming from? at that rate I think I should have 5 by now :D –  James May 23 '12 at 5:47
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