Dragon (Player-owned farm)

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Dragons are livestock that can be raised and bred at the player-owned farm once unlocked at level 92 Farming, as well level 60 in Construction in order to build the large pens. Dragons can be obtained by breeding or as a rare drop from killing the respective chromatic dragons. The King Black Dragon and Queen Black Dragon drop black dragon eggs; royal dragon eggs can only be obtained through breeding. The large pens will need to be unlocked from the Farmers' Market before being able to build the pen. Dragons can be placed in the two large pens (capacity of three animals each) and in the breeding pen (capacity of four animals).

In total, there are five different breeds including the shiny royal dragon.

Like all farm animals, they may have up to three traits, which determine their selling price in beans to non-player characters, among other effects, and can be sold on the Grand Exchange in their unchecked form. Once they have been checked, however, they may only be traded directly between players or sold to Raptor, the dragon expert. Six can be sold each three days.

While in a pen, dragons may produce dragon manure, which is the only item that can be used to make ultracompost.

Dragons eat raw fish and raw meat.

Perks[edit | edit source]

Placing an elder dragon of any breed in a large pen with a farm totem grants the perk "Dragon Ultra Combo", granting a 1/1,000 chance of receiving an ancient effigy when checking a fully grown Farming patch that was treated with ultracompost. If elder dragons are placed in two pens with farming totems, the chance is increased to 1/750.

Dragon breeds[edit | edit source]

There are five dragon breeds in the breeding log.

Breed Obtaining[b 1] Produce[b 2] Produce GE price
Green dragon (Player-owned farm).png: RS3 Inventory image of Green dragon (Player-owned farm)Green dragon 2 × Green dragonhide (1,667) 3,334
Blue dragon (Player-owned farm).png: RS3 Inventory image of Blue dragon (Player-owned farm)Blue dragon 2 × Blue dragonhide (2,278) 4,556
Red dragon (Player-owned farm).png: RS3 Inventory image of Red dragon (Player-owned farm)Red dragon 2 × Red dragonhide (2,656) 5,312
Black dragon (Player-owned farm).png: RS3 Inventory image of Black dragon (Player-owned farm)Black dragon 2 × Black dragonhide (3,579) 7,158
Royal dragon.png: In-game image of royal dragon Royal dragon (shiny)
  • Successfully breeding a shiny dragon with a pair of dragons which have the Frost Breath, Poisonous Breath and Shock Breath traits shared between them (chances can be increased with the Sparkling, Glistening, and/or Radiant traits)
2 × Royal dragonhide (4,448) 8,896
  1. ^ Not including trading with other players
  2. ^ Yield per growth stage

Animal stats[edit | edit source]

Dragon
Farming level 92
Pen size Large
Eats Raw meat, raw fish
Produce Varies between breeds
Muck Green manure, dragon manure
Breeding cycle
(max cycle)
16.67 hours (83.35 hours)
Breeding success chance (%) 80%
Growth time
Child Adolescent Adult Elder
16.8 hours 25.2 hours 50.4 hours 75.6 hours
Growth check Farming XP
Child Adolescent Adult Elder
10,000 15,000 30,000 45,000
Cured disease Farming XP
Child Adolescent Adult Elder
500 750 1,500 450
Base sell price in beans
Egg Child Adolescent Adult Elder
200 400 2,000 1,700 1,400
Buyer The Raptor chathead.png: Chat head image of The RaptorRaptor (dragon expert)
Last spawn(wrong?) December 05 2019 00:00 UTC ago
Next spawn(wrong?) December 08 2019 00:00 UTC

Achievements[edit | edit source]

Main article: Farming achievements

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 24 September 2018 (Update):
    • Unchecked eggs for dragons and spiders now have a lootbeam when they are received as a drop.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The release of player-owned farm and these dragons caused a large increase in prices of almost any type of low-level raw fish and raw meat, such as raw shrimps and raw beef.