As Dragalia Lost is launching its first major event in the game to celebrate Halloween early, we’re still hard at work playing and creating guides for you. And today we have a complete list of dragons in Dragalia Lost, with all the details you need to know: rarity, element, maximum hit points and maximum strength.

We have already shared a general tips and tricks article that should come in real handy if you’re just starting to play the game. If you want to get a bit more in depth and wreak havoc when you play, our guide to the Dragalia Lost weapons is the thing you need to read.

But if you’re here for the dragons only, that’s exactly what we have to share below. A complete list of Dragons in Dragalia Lost, indicating their rarity, element, strength and hit points to help you better plan your moves and strategy. (Please note: future patches might change these stats and numbers, but they are correct at the date of writing).

We’re listing the dragons below based on the number of stars (rarity), starting with the most common and building up to the rarest and strongest ones out there. The numbers next to their name indicate MAX HP first and MAX STR second, listed from the weakest to the strongest.

Dragalia Lost: 3 star Dragons

Moon Drake – Light (192 / 56)
Cinder Drake – Fire (190 /57)
Snow Drake – Water (191 / 57)
Gust Drake – Wind (191 / 57)
Gloom Drake – Dark (190 / 58)

Astral Imp – Light (188 / 59)
Kindling Imp – Fire (187 / 60)
Wellspring Imp – Water (187 / 60)
Zephyr Imp – Wind (187 / 60)
Pallid Imp – Dark (186 / 61)

Hinata – Light (185 / 62)
Homura – Fire (184 / 63)
Fubuki – Water (184 / 63)
Tsumuji – Wind (184 / 63)
Hikage – Dark (183 / 64)

Brunhilda – one spectacular dragon!

Dragalia Lost: 4 star Dragons

Mercury – Water (211 / 63)
Jupiter – Light (207 / 65)
Midgardsormr – Wind (206 / 66)
Zodiark – Dark (202 / 70)
Brunhilda – Fire (203 / 70)

Stribog – Wind (306 / 91)
Poliahu – Water (301 / 95)
Unicorn – Light (301 / 95)
Silke – Dark (299 / 97)
Phoenix – Fire (299 / 97)
Vodyanoy – Water (296 / 100)
Lindworm – Light (297 / 100)
Ifrit – Fire (295 / 101)
Roc – Wind (296 / 101)
Juggernaut – Dark (294 / 102)

Midgardsormr – You can’t say its name too fast, but it remains one of the iconic dragons in the game.

Dragalia Lost: 5 star Dragons

Pele – Fire (321 / 76)
Jeanne d’Arc – Light (384 / 113)
High Midgardsormr – Wind (356 / 114)
Poseidon – Water (376 / 119)
Nidhogg – Dark (364 / 121)
Leviathan – Water (370 / 125)
Zephyr – Light (369 / 126)
Agni – Fire (369 / 127)

As you can see, all the dragons in Dragalia Lost are very balanced for each star level. I have tried to separate them into categories at 3 and 4 stars, but the general rule of thumb here is that the more damage a dragon has, the lower its health. So in the end, it all balances out a bit – but the high STR dragons are still the best choice in all circumstances.

Hopefully this list of dragons available in Dragalia Lost is useful and you’ll put it to good use to progress faster in your game and especially plan ahead.

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