For those who have not yet heard: Last year, Gamepedia and Fandom joined forces and are now two platforms on the same network. Later this year, we'll even become one unified platform. The teams at both Gamepedia and Fandom want toencourage our communities to work together now instead of splitting their efforts and competing with each other for readers and new editors.
I'd like to know how all of you here feel about uniting with Gamepedia's War Dragons community . That would mean we archive one wiki - lock it from editing but keep the pages accessible to readers - and put a banner up that directs visitors towards the other, active wiki. Anyone who used to edit the now-archived wiki would be able to contribute to the active wiki, and any content on one side that's missing on the other can be moved over with edit histories intact. Note: No merger will take place if both communities don't agree to it.
The advantages of becoming one community working together are clear: By working together, all fans of War Dragons could build a resource on the game more effectively, keep it up-to-date more easily, and players would no longer be confused as to which site they should turn to for information.
War Dragons on Gamepedia sees a significant amount more traffic than this wiki so we would like to archive this wiki and make Gamepedia the wiki of choice. Keep in mind that later this year, both the Gamepedia and this Fandom wiki will move onto the same platform and then have a very similar if not the same layout, tool set and staff support.
Could you see yourself contributing to the Gamepedia wiki? Would you love to see the two communities united, but only if it's here on Fandom? Would you prefer to keep the two communities separate entirely? Please speak up!
I'm from a market research agency in London and I was wondering if it would be okay to post some details on your War Dragons forum about some research we are doing on mobile gaming in London, UK - to see if any of the community are interested in taking part? Thanks, Jenny
Well, I'd suggest to invest in leveling up your starting dragons, as they're going to be the basis for your entire dragon journey, but I think that as you progress you should gradually place more emphasis in breeding, because those dragons are going to fare better in combat as a general rule. The more you play, the better your dragons will get. If you see yourself putting lots of time into this game in the future, you really should aim for breeding the bigger and better dragons so you will have a better chance at making it through harder islands. Remember, attacking is also defensive.
I'd also advise having a very well-rounded team, because throwing out a full team of Hunters, Warriors, or Sorcerers isn't very stable.
And I'd be very careful about the islands that you attack, because the local ones progressively get harder as you assault them.
Once you get to level 6, I strongly suggest you join a team. They can help you out, giving you more loot and helping defend you. Good teams to look for are high-leveled, experienced teams, but not too high or they might not let you in. They also need active leaders and members. Being in an empty team doesn't really benefit you. You can also try to start your own, but those don't always work out.
I'd also stay away from chat, because it can get nasty. If you have a good team, your team chat should be safer, and if you'd like to talk, you should do it there, with the players who are ready to back you up.
I also think it should be said that most teams advertised on the global chatroom are desperate and empty or full of people who aren't very supportive, from my experiences.
And don't forget to help defend your teammates' islands. Your teamwork is not one-sided, and this helps build a foundation of trust. There's also more in it for your dragons.
I attempted to put in new info for Arborius, and add another 5 lvls to his data going up to 20, but unfortunately what comes up when I edit and what I see when the edits are done is not the same thing. The edits looked clear and centered, but the wiki now has squashed boxes on the bottom and the data is not centered. I don't know how to reverse my changes or make it properly show up to get to 20. Any help would be appreciated. I'm not even sure if I've contacted the right person to help.