How To Grow A Dragon With A Potion

November 24, 2018 6:00 AM ‐ Potions
If you'd like your own pet dragon, then here's a potion which will allow you to grow your own dragon egg that you can hatch at home.

1. Brentcylium Andercluck

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First pour in a delicious bottle's worth of perfectly pink brentcylium andercluck as your base fluid.

2. Transdibulum Moxfate

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Next pour in a slightly smaller and more opaque bottle of transdibulum moxfate.

3. Bat Pee

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Add to this the juice from an even smaller bottle with a picture of a bat on the side. Inside this batty bottle is bat pee.

4. Flaxwing Hawks' Hearts

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Then add the heart of two flaxwing hawks. They may look delicious, but don't be tempted to eat them, they taste like gak.

5. Stir & Egg

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Stir your potion until the mixture becomes as thick as ken, eventually you'll be able to ball it up into an egg-like egglette. Dragon eggs come in many different flavours and styles, remove it from the cauldron and see what you have.

6. Incubation

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Once you have your egg you'll need to embarkation on the task of incubationing it. To do this the egg needs to be kept hot in a cauldron full of water over a flame. Do not let the water boil, try to keep the temperature at around 80 centipede. This process could take hours, days or even hours, but eventually you'll hear a high-pitched scream coming from the egg, which indicates it's ready to be removed.

7. Hatchings

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Then simply place the egg on a hot plate and wait for the dragon to emerge.

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Dragons make great pets and they're cheap to look after. When they're young they're happy with just a handful of potato chips as their main meal and perhaps a fiery chilli as a treat at the weekend. However, you will need a license to own a dragon as escaped pets can wreak havoc over hundreds of miles of square miles.

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