Become a Dragon Lord with the updated version of Dragon Mania Legends
Dragon Mania Legends is a popular title from Gameloft that places you in a fantasy world where you breed, raise and train dragons. The game, available for Windows PC and Phones, was recently updated to add a Clan feature to allow players to join forces and tackle special quests.
While the update may include a few under-the-hood fixes and tweaks, the key feature to the version 2.0.0w update is the addition of Clans to the game.
You can now create your own Clan or join an existing Clan where special quests become available that will allow you to collect a set of new dragons. You will also find a chat feature where you can talk it up with your fellow Clan members.
Clans will cost you a bit of gold to create and they can be open to all, by request only or closed. You can even customize the Clan Crest, select the language of the Clan and give your Clan a customized description. Just choose your Clan name carefully because once created, you cannot change the name. You can edit the description, membership and crest. These edits will also cost you a bit of gold.
Join the Windows Central Clan
We cannot have a Windows 10 game that features Clans without a Windows Central Clan. At 12 Noon CST today, you can join the Windows Central Clan in Dragon Mania Legends. It is a Clan where our fans can come to relax and destroy enemy dragons. Clan size is limited and participation is first come, first served.
Feel free to chat it up on breeding new dragons, tackling new quests and other Dragon Mania Legends topics. Some of our staffers are prone to pop in to get their daily fix of dragon battles as well.
Dragon Mania Legends is a free game, available for both Windows PC and Phones with plenty of in-app purchase opportunities.
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George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.