Baby Dragon: Upgrade Cost, Max Levels and Upgrade Time

Clash of Clans: Baby Dragon Upgrade Cost and Upgrade Time

Oh, the Baby Dragon, the tiny winged warrior that everyone loves! This pint-sized powerhouse makes its grand entrance at Town Hall 9 in Clash of Clans and is one of the most popular cleanup troops around.

Now, let me tell you, this little guy knows how to handle its business. It thrives when it’s left alone, and when it is, it enters a “rage mode” that makes it deal twice as much damage as usual and attack with lightning speed!

But wait, there’s more! The Baby Dragon can target both air and ground units, making it a useful Clan Castle troop to defend your base.

Just be sure to keep it away from any potential babysitters or you might have a fire hazard on your hands.

Did you know that the Baby Dragon is not only fierce but also incredibly space-efficient? Unlike its larger, more cumbersome cousin, the regular Dragon, this little guy only needs 10 spaces in your Army Camps – that’s half the space!

But don’t let its small size fool you, this baby means business. Its splash damage effect allows it to take on multiple enemies at once.

Plus, with a movement speed of 20, this little dragon can swoop in and take out your enemies before they even know what hit them.

Baby Dragon Max Levels

Baby Dragon gets a certain max level at each Town Hall. It has a total of 10 levels. Its final level is available at Town Hall 16.

Here is the list of max levels of Baby Dragon:

  • Max level of Baby Dragon at Town Hall 9 is level 2.
  • Max level of Baby Dragon at Town Hall 10 is level 4.
  • Max level of Baby Dragon at Town Hall 11 is level 5.
  • Max level of Baby Dragon at Town Hall 12 is level 6.
  • Max level of Baby Dragon at Town Hall 13 is level 7.
  • Max level of Baby Dragon at Town Hall 14 is level 8.
  • Max level of Baby Dragon at Town Hall 15 is level 9.
  • Max level of Baby Dragon at Town Hall 16 is level 10.

Baby Dragon Upgrade Cost & Upgrade Time

LevelUpgrade Cost (Elixirs)Upgrade TimeTown Hall
22,000,0002 days9
32,500,0003 days, 12 hours10
43,400,0004 days10
54,200,0005 days11
65,500,0006 days, 6 hours12
77,200,0007 days13
816,000,00011 days14
918,000,00013 days15
1020,000,00015 days16
Baby Dragon Upgrade Cost and Upgrade Time

Inferno Dragon

Hold on to your hats, folks, because things are about to get seriously hot with the Inferno Dragon – the Baby Dragon’s big brother.

This flying fiend becomes available at Town Hall 12 once your Baby Dragon has been upgraded to level 6. And let me tell you, this dragon means business.

It’s like having your very own flying Inferno Tower, dealing increasing damage over time. And when I say damage, I mean DAMAGE. At the maximum level, this beast can unleash a massive 82 to 1660 damage per second.

That’s enough to turn even the most well-defended base into ash in no time!

Inferno Dragon takes up a bit more space in your Army Camps than the Baby Dragon – 15 spaces to be exact. This flying monster may be a bit slower than its little sibling, with a movement speed of 18, but it has slightly higher hit points.

So while the Inferno Dragon may not be the fastest or most space-efficient troop out there, it more than makes up for it with its massive damage per second.

It’s like having your own personal flamethrower with wings! Just make sure you keep a fire extinguisher closer because things are about to get lit.

How to effectively use Baby Dragon

Baby Dragon is a master of cleanup duty. It is a popular choice among Clash of Clans players for creating funnels for other troops before launching a full attack.

It can easily clear out extra buildings on the edges of the enemy base, paving the way for your other troops to swoop in and take down the big targets.

It’s like having your own personal demolition crew at your disposal!

Did you know that the Baby Dragon isn’t just a one-trick pony? It’s also a valuable donation when it comes to defending your base.

One way to harness the power of the Baby Dragon for defense is by requesting one from your clan mates in your Clan Castle. But here’s the catch: you don’t want to overload your Clan Castle with Baby Dragons.

One Baby Dragon is all you need for maximum effectiveness. We recommend filling the rest of your housing space with other troops. That way, your attackers will have to face a diverse mix of troops.

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By Harris

Harris is a dedicated Clash of Clans player who has been playing the game for years. He shares his knowledge and experience through his blog, ClashDaddy, where he writes in-depth guides on various aspects of the game. Harris is passionate about helping other players to improve in Clash of Clans. When he's not playing or writing about the game, he enjoys spending time with his family.

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