Dragonbreath Charm

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This page was last updated for the Lunar New Year 2015.


Dragonbreath Charm
Category: Lunar New Year
Charm Statistics Charm Info
Power: 120 Cost: 768
Power Bonus: 5% Limited Edition: No
Attraction Bonus: 0% Crafted: No
Luck: 1 Smashable: No
Cheese Effect: No Effect Tradeable: No
Consumed Upon: Successful Catch Giveable: No
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These charms are professionally-built rockets, a great improvement over the more-volatile Firecracker and Nitropop charms. They are perfectly safe, until ignited. They give off a great dragon's roar and a magnificent display, providing an even greater boost to power, and attracting only the bravest of fireworks-loving festival mice. MUST BE HANDLED BY TRAINED PROFESSIONALS.




Obtained Via

The Dragonbreath Charm was only available during the Year of the Dragon Festival. It could be obtained by converting 1 Nitropop Charm using a Dragonbreath Potion and 768 Gold.

The effects of this charm may change for each Lunar New Year event.

Potion Conversion

Dragonbreath Potions were dropped by Lunar New Year event mice when Nitropop Charms were armed, but only during the Year of the Dragon Festival.

A Hunter's stock of Dragonbreath Potions can be converted to Dragonbreath Charms at any time, regardless of whether a Lunar New Year event is in progress.

Related Charms

History and Trivia

  • 23 January 2012: The Dragonbreath Charm was introduced, but with the name Dragon Breath Charm.
  • The Dragonbreath Charm was required to attract the Costumed Dragon Mouse during the Year of the Dragon Festival.
  • 11 February 2013: The Dragonbreath Charm was renamed to one word, and began providing 25 kilometers of movement aboard Calamity Carl's Cruise Ship.
  • 26 January 2017: The Dragonbreath Charm gained 120 power and 1 luck.