Details[edit | edit source]
Dragonflowers may be obtained from Heroic Ordeals or Aether Raids. Similar to merges, Dragonflowers grant additional stats to a unit that persist across all game modes. However, unlike merges, Dragonflower-enhanced stats will have no effect on Arena scoring and matchmaking.
Spending Dragonflowers[edit | edit source]
There are four types of Dragonflowers, one for each of the four movement types: , , , and . To enhance a unit, Dragonflowers matching its movement type must be used. Each enhancement will cost more Dragonflowers than the last, but the pace of this increase differs based on how many enhancements a unit is eligible for:
Dragonflower Stat Bonuses[edit | edit source]
When a unit receives a Dragonflower enhancement, one of their stats will increase by 1 point. The stat selected for each enhancement is the highest 5 level 1 raw stat for the hero (after accounting for Asset and Flaw) that has not yet been increased by a previous enhancement. This amounts to an increase of 1 to all stats at 5 enhancements, and 2 to all stats at 10 enhancements.
If there is a tie between two level 1 stats, the stat to be increased is chosen with the priority of HP > Atk > Spd > Def > Res.
Because HP is always a unit's highest level 1 raw stat, HP will always be the stat increased at +1 and +6.
|Enhancement||Stat that gains +1|
|+1||The highest Level 1 raw stat.|
|+2||The second highest Level 1 raw stat.|
|+3||The third highest Level 1 raw stat.|
|+4||The fourth highest Level 1 raw stat.|
|+5||The fifth highest Level 1 raw stat.|
|+6||Same as +1|
|+7||Same as +2|
|+8||Same as +3|
|+9||Same as +4|
|+10||Same as +5|
Miscellaneous[edit | edit source]
- If two units that each possess Dragonflower enhancements are merged, only the higher amount of enhancements carries over to the resulting unit. The lower amount of enhancements is lost.
- If a unit with Dragonflower enhancements is turned into a Combat Manual, their enhancements will not be recorded in the manual, and will thus be lost.
See also[edit | edit source]
In other languages[edit | edit source]
|Spanish (Europe)||Usar dracoflores|
|Spanish (Latin America)||Usar dracoflores|
|Traditional Chinese (Taiwan)||神龍之花|
|Portuguese||Usar flores de dragão|