What is that flying through the air? A bird? A plane? No, it’s a dragon! That’s right, the dragons have officially arrived at JumpStart.com. Head to the Enchanted Sanctuary to hatch a dragon of your very own, then raise it from a baby to an adult. Want a sneak peek at what you’ll be able to do? Read on to find out more about this scaly new breed of critters!
To get started, you’ll first need to find the special enclosure where these magical creatures live, the Enchanted Sanctuary. A new portal has appeared in DownTown at JumpStart.com – look for the 2 stone dragons guarding the gate and you’ll know you are in the right place!
Once inside the sanctuary, Ivy the Fairy will help you power up the Eggulator (a high-tech egg hatcher) and find your dragon egg. When everything is ready, you’ll be able to enter the Eggulator and decorate your egg with your favorite colors! Insider’s Tip – Choose your egg’s color wisely – the color of your egg determines the color of your dragon!
See those controls at the bottom of the screen? The Eggulator is so high-tech that you can even choose if your dragon is a boy or a girl. Not sure what you want? Leave the slider in the middle and you’ll be suprised!
Once you’ve designed the perfect egg and selected the gender of your dragon (if you want to) it will be time to let the Eggulator work its magic. Now, we should warn you, hatching a brand new baby dragon takes a bit of time, so you’ll need to be patient. In fact, it would be best to let the egg sit overnight and check back in the morning. Don’t worry, the egg won’t hatch while you are away!
It might be tough waiting for your dragon egg to hatch, but we promise, when you finally get to meet your scaly new friend, you’ll be glad you did!
Wondering what you have to look forward to once your dragon hatches? After you name your dragon, you’ll be able to feed, bathe and play with it!
If you take good care of your dragon, it will grow a little bit each day and eventually be ready for dragon training. Yup! It will be your job to teach your dragon to breathe fire and to fly – what a responsibility! If you spend enough time nuturing your dragon, it will eventually be a full grown-dragon that you can release to the sanctuary. Stay tuned here on the JumpStart Blog for more tips about raising a healthy happy dragon!
Tell your friends about the new dragons!