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As Blade tries to reconcile with his girlfriend Karyn, who works at the Crime Records Bureau, he enlists her help to track down Lu's accomplices and discover the mutagenic nature of the MTZ drug. It is revealed that the MTZ business is part of an underground Chinese Mafia operation led by Deng Hwang, a megalomaniacal drug kingpin intent on world domination. Blade also meets an old fortune teller, who tells him the present year coincides with that of the foretold coming of Chinese dragon Bahumat.
Blade infiltrates Hwang's headquarters and, depending on the player's actions, either manages or fails to rescue Karyn. He eventually comes face-to-face with Hwang himself, who suddenly transforms into the dragon Bahumat. In a climactic final battle, Bahumat is defeated by Blade. Outside the headquarters, Blade is greeted by the mayor but angrily punches him for using Blade as a pawn in his crackdown operation and endangering his life and Karyn's. Blade then walks away either with Karyn, if she has survived, or alone.
Play Rise of Dragons on PC and enjoy this action strategy game from the large and gorgeous display on your PC! Here, you collect dragon eggs, hatch them, and raise the dragons to battle enemy territories in intense action-packed combat.
Enjoy a medieval fantasy-themed game where you create legendary guilds with other dragon riders. Plan attack and defense strategies with your guild members and compete with other guilds globally in intense battle matches to get amazing rewards.
Flight Rising is a social web-based activity site featuring dragon breeding, adventuring (a planned feature not yet implemented), combat, and collecting. It puts you in control of your own clan of dragons, allowing you to breed them in varying colors and patterns, specialize their abilities and stats, and adorn them thousands of different ways with a variety of apparel and skins.
Once your email has been verified, the site will prompt you to choose of the 11 Elemental Flights for your dragon clan to belong to. This choice only has one gameplay effect - the eye color of all the dragons you hatch from your own nests. This is because the region in which a dragon is born in influences what type of element they are attuned to. This is displayed through eye color.
After your choice of flight is confirmed, the deity of that flight will gift you 50 of each food point type and 50 treasure. Immediately after, you will be taken to where you can choose the breed, sex, and two visible colors of your first dragon. However, your dragon also has a third unseen color, the tertiary, that you cannot choose. This color will only be visible when non-basic tertiary genes are applied. The dragon breeds you choose from are the four plentiful breeds - Tundras, Mirrors, Fae, and Guardians. Don't worry if you don't like any of them, you can save up treasure to change the breed later to any existing breed except Imperials (their breed change item was Kickstarter exclusive). Every breed has different art for males and females.
You will begin your journey with two dragons: the one that you have designed and another of the opposite sex with fully randomized gene coloration. These two can be paired to produce a clutch of eggs (ranging from one to five) which must then be incubated for five days.
Breeding allows the passing down of genes (patterns or markings) which will be inherited from the two parent dragons only (Flight Rising does not operate on a Mendel System). Using this system, players can acquire dragons that meet their aesthetic choice, and continue to breed them together to achieve desired color outcomes. The color outcome of the offspring is decided by the color wheel the site uses. The possible outcomes are decided using the parents colors and the shortest range between those two colors. Each dragon has three possible slots for genes and colors - primary for the body, secondary for the wings, and tertiary which only shows up if it's not a basic gene.
Ex: Breeding a dragon with a Blue primary and a dragon with a Green primary will produce dragons with a primary color between those colors on the color wheel. The shades are generally what you would expect with blues, greens, and in-between colors like aqua and teal.
In order to participate in several site features (breeding, combat, etc.), dragons must have enough energy. Energy is represented as an orange bar directly below your dragon, and will slowly go down over time. In order to replenish this energy, dragons must consume food, which is visible in your dragon lair on the red bar that runs along the top of the website.
Food is accumulated by converting items that are gathered and stored in your clan's Hoard. Once food items are converted to food points, they can then be used to feed your dragons. You can feed your dragons by clicking the "Feed" button in your dragon lair. All dragons that can consume food points will do so.
(NOTE: Some dragons will only eat certain types of food, so be sure that when you are Gathering, you are catering to your clan members' diets! You can mouse over a dragon in your lair to identify what types of food they eat.)
In addition to keeping your dragons healthy and happy, feeding them regularly can also yield clan bonuses. If your clan's average energy level (all dragons' energy averaged out) is kept above 80% for three consecutive days, you will receive the following bonuses:
Dragons in Flight Rising will not die if they run out of energy, but will instead become ineligible to breed or participate in combat until their energy is replenished. So don't worry if you leave the site for a while, your dragons will be hungry, but will still be there when you come back. But, if you are gone for over 45 days your dragon's energy will be automatically refilled once you log back in!
Familiars are friendly creatures that inhabit the world of Flight Rising. Due to their gentle demeanor, they are generally accepted as pets and companions to dragon clans, and can provide increasingly substantial benefits the more you bond with them. Acquiring familiars will fill out your Bestiary.
Each dragon in your clan is able to be paired with one unique familiar. This means that if you have two of the same type of familiar (ex: two Hedgehogs), you will only be able to pair one Hedgehog to a member of your clan. The other Hedgehog will remain in your Hoard. In order to reap the benefits of pairing a familiar, they must first become more comfortable with your clan. This is done through the act of bonding. Bonding can be done once a day by clicking the heart button below your familiar. Each bonding will increase the familiar's level of comfort within your clan, as well as award you with a small sum of treasure. In addition, each overall level increase (ex: from Wary to Tolerant) will award you a treasure chest that when opened gives you treasure and a handful of items.
You can take your dragons into the Coliseum and face them off against a variety of colorful, dangerous monsters for loot and experience. Within the Coliseum, you can organize a party of up to three dragons, equip them with abilities (known as Battle Stones), allocate their stats, and pick a venue to fight within. Each stage has a recommended level range and is chock full of unique adversaries that may even drop a version of themselves to keep as a familiar!
In addition to fighting monsters, you can also test your clan against rivals within the same level range and compete for the highest rank. Rated matches against other players are a great way to practice, as they do not provide experience or deplete your dragons' energy. The top ten clans will be displayed on a weekly leaderboard in the Coliseum lobby.
If money's burning a hole in your pocket, check out the Marketplace for a rotating stock of various familiars, apparel, and genes. If you're looking for something specific, browse the Auction House for item listings by other players. You may even find something for sale there cheaper than in the Marketplace! The Auction House also boasts a huge selection of dragons for sale and an extremely customizable search.
If you're still struggling with what to do, visit the Which Waystone! It will offer you activities to do and one section is even dynamically updated so it can remind you to feed you dragons, bond with familiars, and even tells you how much more treasure you can earn at the Fairgrounds.
DragonsA Fire and Ice dragon flying through the night skyCommon DropsDragon Scales, Dragon Flesh, Dragon Heart, Dragon Bone, Dragon Skull, Dragon Blood, Dragon EggDragons are mobs that are both hostile and tameable. They are the main focus of the Ice and Fire mod. Dragons are massive, bipedal reptiles that have massive, leathery wings, as well as the ability to breathe a special element.
There are currently three types of dragons: the Fire Dragon, Ice Dragon and the Lightning Dragon. Fire Dragons breathe fire and can be found in any biome that ranges from a warm to cold climate, Ice Dragons breathe ice and can be only be found in snowy biomes, while the lightning dragon will hunt in crashing thunderstorms.
A dragon has five stages while growing up, with stage one dragons being the weakest and most vulnerable, and stage five dragons being the largest and most powerful. The higher a dragon's stage, the more loot it will yield upon defeat. Killing a stage 4+ female dragon and looting it with right-click is also the only way to obtain a Dragon Egg, which can be hatched into a tamed baby dragon. Keep in mind that if you collect too much blood from a female stage 4+ dragon, the egg will not drop.
On April 1 2018, several new dragons were announced, the Steam Dragon, Rock Dragon, Poison Dragon, Lightning Dragon, I&F version Ender Dragon, Wither Dragon and Love Dragon. They were all announced for 'Ice and Fire 2.0". However, it turned out to be an April Fools joke. Funnily enough, when Ice and Fire reached a million downloads, the Lightning Dragon was added. 2b1af7f3a8