Facebook Dragons of Atlantis Dragon Armor Guide
Getting the Dragon Armor by David Harding
I have heard multiple reports that Dragon Armor has become increasingly difficult to obtain since it’s debut. I have no power at all to attempt to change this and I can’t exactly confirm the reports either since obtaining the pieces is a luck-based thing.
However, what I can offer might very well be your only chance to obtain the pieces.
Step 1: Build your army up as much as possible. Preferably, you should be using Battle Dragons (and lots of them).
Step 2: If you haven’t already, join a very powerful alliance with some heavy hitters (preferably with players that have more than 1 million “real” power).*
*”Real” power: Power that is acquired by building high-tier troops such as Battle Dragons and Giants. Not to be confused with “fake” power, or power that is acquired by building low-tier/fodder troops like Conscripts or Spies.
Step 3: Find a Level 10 Anthropus camp on the map (preferably a camp that is a midpoint for any members involved in Step 5).
Step 4: Have your heavy hitting member attack the level 10 camp first.
Step 5: Once he/she has confirmed a successful attack, have all members send their troops at the camp. Send as many waves as you possibly can. People who already have all pieces should help out by sending all of their troops in a single wave. Players without pieces can increase their chances by sending 1 of their fastest troops (such as Swift Strike Dragons or Battle Dragons) one at a time at the camp until you can’t send anymore attacks. However, you should still do your part and send a large wave against the camp every once in awhile to help your fellow teammates.
Step 6: Rinse and repeat…it may take awhile.
Why does this work?
First, you can obtain multiple dragon armor pieces from the same camp.
Secondly, you have a chance to get a piece every time you defeat the camp (regardless of whether or not troops are there). However, it helps if you have stronger players clear out the new waves of enemies that will regenerate every 3-5 minutes (these new waves will never amount to as many troops as there are when you attack the camp the first time).
Third, losses are minimal using this method. The less losses you have, the longer you will be able to attack the camp and the less likely you are to walk away from the endeavor when you do lose troops.
I hope this method helps out immensely. If it doesn’t…well, forking out $30 and change hardly seems worth it but if you really want the armor, it is an option.