|General Help | Quick Start Guide|
1. General Questions
2. Your Lair
3. Your Egg
4. Your Dragon
5. Your Farm
6. Your Battles
Leviathan Myth is a fully automated sim game in which YOU may become a guardian of mythical dragons. Do YOU have what it takes to become a dragon caretaker? Complete challenging quests? Vie for top lair? If so, Leviathan Myth is the game for you! Here you may raise hatchling dragons from the egg and strive to become the most powerful dragon master in all of LM. During this journey, you may also hunt for prey, raise livestock on your farm, breed your dragons and test your skills as a guardian of dragons. We welcome you to enter the world of Leviathan Myth.
As per our Terms of Service, you may own up to two accounts. Players found owning more than the allowed two accounts risk having ALL accounts frozen.
An upgraded account is one which holds more benefits than that of a basic account. Owners of upgraded accounts may own a farm, receive a higher allowance, wear a tag as their nickname, and have more hunting and Lookout opportunities, as well as more game turns.
LM crowns must be exchanged in the Crown Exchange to obtain an upgraded account.
Crowns may be obtained by donating to Leviathan Myth, or they may be purchased with game currency from another player.
To donate to Leviathan Myth, simply go the crown exchange on the map. Here you will find a link for Paypal donations.
If you have an upgraded account, you may wear a tag. You must go to 'Change Info' (located in the top right) and enter the tag url into 'Nickname/Tag.'
Go to the 'Change Info' link, and here you may change your tag, nickname, email, password and also lock your account.
On your lairís 'Change Description' box at the bottom, you may change your lairís name and description.
You may house as many eggs/dragons as your lair size allows. The size of your lair represents the actual number of eggs/dragons your lair can hold.
To expand your lair size, go to your lair's 'Change Description' box and click 'Expand Lair For $$.' As your lair size is increased, the amount needed to further expand your lair will also increase.
You may purchase an egg by going to the dragon's nest located on the map. Eggs vary in cost depending on their rarity.
At this time, your egg may not be sold.
You may own as many eggs as your lair size allows, with the subtraction of your dragons.
Yes! Be careful and do not handle your eggs with tongs, or you risk cracking it.
Eggs will hatch after five days provided that they have been properly cared for.
You must buy egg supplies in the shoppes and equip them to your egg. On your egg's page, be sure to use all items daily.
If you do not care for your egg by rotating it daily, it will die. Allowing your egg's temperature to go too low will also cause it to die. Daily care will ensure that your egg thrives.
To check your egg's genes, simply click 'Check Genes' on your egg's page. Eggs produced from breeding will already have their genes checked.
Eggs taken from the nest are given random genes, while eggs that are bred will inherit genes from their parents. Dragon's genes can be improved by being fed specific potions from the Apothecary. Below is a guide to help you better understand your dragon's genes.
Here is an example of a dragon's genes: bkgr rBY hh ee tt WW SS ff ii aa MMMm sxxS
The first four letters are the dragon's color. A dragon can either be a solid color, or a mix of two. For example, a dragon with the letters "rego" in its genes will be red/gold. A dragon with "blbl" in its genes will be blue. The colors are as follows:
bk = Black
bl = Blue
or = Orange
gr = Green
pl = Purple
re = Red
go = Gold
wh = White
The next three letters are for eye color. R stand for red, B stand for blue, and Y stands for yellow. A single capital letter means the dragon has that eye color (for example, a dragon with rBy has blue eyes). Two capital letters means the dragon's eye color is a mix of those two colors (for example, a dragon with rBY has green eyes). Three capital letters means the dragon has brown eyes. No capital letters means the dragon has silver eyes.
The next five sets of letters are hips (hh), eyes (ee), teeth (tt), wings (ww) and scales (ss). The more capitals there are in these genes, the better the trait:
HH = Excellent
Hh = Fair
hh = Poor
The next three sets are the dragon's breaths, fire breath (ff), ice breath (ii) and acid spit (aa). The abilities affect the dragon in battle, and those which have the abilities will perform better in battle. f, i and a are recessive. x is dominant. If a dragon has a trait gene with an x, he will not have the trait. For example, a dragon with the gene ff has fire breath, while a dragon with the genes fx or xx does not.
The next two sets are masks (mmmm) and socks (ssss).
Masks will affect a marking type to the face, with each letter retaining to a different quadrant of the dragons skull. lower case letters do nothing, while capitals present the patch of area where the lighter marking would show. For example, a mask of the genes mMMm would be front right, back right mask, which would present the outcome of one side of the dragons face being masked with a marking.
Socks are a little different, unlike masks which simply have an uppercase or lowercase letter, either presenting a mark or not, socks have uppercase "S" and lowercase "s" as well as the letter "x" the x marks where a limb does not have any socks, as each letter matches to a leg (in general of four legs, if your dragon happens to be another breed, which say has only two limbs or none at all, they still carry sock genes). The "s" indicates that a leg will have a short sock, which covers only a small part of its leg, while "S" indicates a large sock, covering most of the dragons leg.
Your dragon's sex is dependent on the number of times the egg is warmed while in your care. To hatch a male dragon, the warmth of the egg must remain below 95. To hatch a female dragon, the warmth of the egg must exceed 94.
There are eleven dragon types: Metal, Fire, Water, Earth, Wood, Thunder, Wyvern, Imperial, Quetzalcoatl, Mistletoe and Skeletal. A few of these dragons only appear for holidays. Imperial and Quetzalcoatl dragons can be purchased from the crown exchange on the map, while all other dragon breeds will appear randomly in the dragon's nest.
To find an image for your dragon's page, scroll down to the near bottom of your dragonís page and select 'Find an Image.' Choose the image you wish to use, and click 'Use For My Dragon.'
Dragons require different food at different ages. As a hatchling, your young dragon will only be able to consume eggs and fish. As your dragon grows, he will soon be able to tackle the larger prey. There are some types of food that can feed all dragon ages, and/or feed all dragons at once.
You first must head over to the shoppes, and purchase the items needed to care for your hatchling. There are seven required items which you must equip to your dragon. Each plays a role in either raising your dragonís stats, health, or bond. Each of these items must be used daily.
To exercise your dragon, go to the fenced training grounds on the map. Your dragon may be exercised once per day.
You may hunt with your dragon by going to the wooded hunting grounds on the map. Here you have the option of exploring different hunting grounds depending on their age. Your dragon may find different prey items in each area. Be aware that your dragon may become hurt during his hunts. If his health is not at 100%, he may not hunt until he is well.
You may heal your dragon by visiting the healer on the map, or by using healing items such as ointments and bandages.
To breed your dragons, click on 'Breed Your Dragons' in your lair. Next select the pair you wish to breed, and soon an egg will appear in your lair. Females may be bred every fifteen days, while males have no limits on breeding. A dragon must be at least 20 days of age to breed.
You must either put your dragon up for stud or use another player's dragon which is up for stud.
To put your dragon up for stud, simply go to your male dragon's page, scroll down to 'Put dragon up for stud?' and enter the stud fee. Others may now place stud requests to breed with your dragon.
To submit a stud request, go to the stud's page and click 'Request a Breeding.'
You may view all pending and approved stud requests in 'Breed Requests' on your lair page.
Yes, you may sell your dragon to another player. To put your dragon up for sale, go to your dragonís page and select the price at which you wish to sell, and click 'Sell Dragon.'
The different colored ribbons and trophies represent a certain number of battle points reached.
Following is the breakdown:
Bond is a way of measuring how happy your dragon is. Caring for your dragon daily will raise bond, to a max of 100%. At -100% bond, your dragon will run away to the Lookout. Love potions can be purchased from the Apothecary to raise bond.
After the age of 125, your dragon can no longer compete. It is best for your dragon be retired. When retired, you will no longer be able to feed, care for, train, hunt and compete with your dragon. Your dragon will also be removed from your lair and placed on your retired dragons page, where they will no longer take up lair space.
At this time, no, your dragon cannot die unlike eggs, but it can run away to the Lookout if neglected, and can be difficult to find again.
When your dragon is not properly cared for, at -100% bond it will run away to the Lookout. Once in the Lookout, other players will have the opportunity to catch it and claim it for their own.
Only upgraded accounts may have a farm at this time. You may set up your farm at the bottom of your lair.
You must first purchase the three care items needed for your farm. Each item must be used daily in order to collect the maximum number of livestock.
When your livestock is ready to be collected, simply select 'Collect Livestock' on your farm's panel.
To battle your dragon, you must first set your dragon's battle ranges (see section 6.2 on how to do this). Once you have set battle ranges, you must then send your dragon to battle by clicking 'Send to Battle' on your dragon's page.
If you want to send all your dragons to battle at once, you can do that by going to the map, clicking on the battle arena and then clicking the button under 'Send All Dragons To Battle'. You can also send individual dragons to battle from this page.
Now that you've sent your dragon to battle, your dragon will be available for other dragons to battle. If your dragon is battled by another dragon, you will receive a notification to let you know and the results of the battle will be displayed on the battle results page.
You can also use your dragon to challenge others by going to the 'choose opponents' page within the battle arena. Select a dragon from the list to challenge and choose one of your own dragons from the bottom drop-down list to challenge with. The dragons will battle immediately (as long as their battle ranges allow the battle) and you will be shown the results.
Battle ranges are a way for you to specify which battles you will allow your dragon to accept based on the stats of your dragon and any dragon trying to battle it. You must set your dragon's battle ranges before you can send your dragon to battle. These ranges can be set by going to your dragon's information page and either filling in a specific +/- range, or by choosing 'Accept all battles'.
If you want to make sure your dragon only battles with other dragons who have similar abilities, you can fill in a specific range for each of the three battle stats. For example,if you have a dragon whose endurance is 100 and you choose "+/- 50" for his endurance battle range, this means that he will only accept battles from dragons whose endurance stats are between 50 and 150.
If you like to let your dragon battle with all other dragons, regardless of their stats, just check the 'Accept all battles' checkbox and your dragon will automatically accept all challenges to battle.
Dragons must be between the ages of 15 and 125 in order to battle, and their health must be greater than 75%. A dragon which is up for sale cannot be battled.
The battle formulas are a bit mysterious. It's best that you fully care for your dragon daily, and choose your opponent wisely.
You may view all recent battle results by going to battle results on the battling link bar. You may also see each dragon's battle statistics as well as recent battle results from the appropriate links on your dragons' pages.
To remove your dragon from battle, simply go to your dragon's page, scroll down to the battling section, and click 'Remove from Battle.' If you would like to remove all your dragons from battle at once, you can do this by going to the map, then clicking on the battle arena and scrolling down to the bottom of the page. There is a button there which will allow you to remove all your dragons from battle at the same time.
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