From The moment they are hatched, Samurai Dragons are trained by their elders to serve any and all Epic Dragons on their Island. they are instructed in the way-of-the-warrior and spend a lifetime honing their craft, but use their skills only to protect.
Samurai Dragons are literally well-equipped to defend other dragons. As they evolve, Samurai dragons grow shell-like plates all across their body, which protect them from harm.
Samurai Dragons devote their lives to obedience toward Epic Dragons, and nothing saddens them more than seeing an Epic Dragon leave their Island. When a Samurai Dragon loses its master, they become "ronin"; ronin Samurai Dragons do not obey any specific dragon or Caretaker, choosing to serve only those who feed them the most.
While most dragons rise in stature as they evolve, Epic Samurai Dragons become more humble. Having reached the pinnacle of their evolution, they instead devote their lives in service of their Island, helping all who need assistance.
By crafting at the Spell Shop after acquiring the required components, received as rare quest rewards, from "Sword of the Samurai" and "Steel of the Samurai" at the Quest Outpost. You will need 3 Samurai Steel and 1 Samurai Sword to craft the Samurai Dragon.
By breeding two dragons that collectively contribute Purple, Yellow and Red to the type pool. If a parent has the appropriate minor types, missing requirements may also be added to the pool, even if neither parent has the originally required types. Minor types that have been split from other minor types can also contribute their component types to the type pool.
The Samurai Dragon's design is based upon the Wild Dragon's, although there are differences between the two.
Craft time for the Samurai Dragon is 36 hours, while incubation is only 25 hours.
Many parts of the Samurai Dragon's description reference the life and duties of a real Samurai, who is trained since childhood to protect his master.
A ronin is a Samurai without a master. Many ronin were said to act as mercenaries, obeying only the ones who pay the most.
The Samurai Dragon was removed from the market on September 5, 2013.
The quests and crafting recipe for the Samurai Dragon were removed at a later date.
The Samurai Dragon was the first dragon to be able to be crafted with items from the Quest Outpost.