- Estimated achievement difficulty: 2/10 [Achievement Difficulty Rating]
- Offline: 17 
- Approximate amount of time to 200: 200+ hours [Over many weeks/months] [Estimated Time to 100%]
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1
- Missable achievements: None
- Does difficulty affect achievements: No
- Unobtainable/glitched achievements: None
- Extra equipment needed: None
Dragon Mania Legends is a free to play online only strategy game, although most of the game is played in single player, the online element involves using friends dragons to help you and sending/receiving gifts. You can also battle online for experience and coins. You are tasked with building breed, raise and train a small army of dragons and battle your way against the vikings and their dragons to reclaim your islands. The game is bright and colourful, and the achievements are all really simple but due to having to wait for dragons to hatch, food to grow, and buildings to build in real time, this will take a very long time to finish. The game is cross play between Windows and Windows phone, and any progress or achievements you unlock in one will load and unlock on the other the next time you start it up.
There are a few miscellaneous achievements, but you will get most achievements naturally by following the quest line. You can spend real money to progress faster, but the game is easily beatable without spending a penny. You ultimately need to get to and beat quest 68, which is pretty far into the game. All dragons have strengths and weaknesses depending on their elemental stats, and level up with feeding and training. Make sure you are using the correct elements against their opposite elements, and you will also need to be pretty close in levels to your opponent in order to beat them. Play the game whichever way you want in regard to what dragons you get, follow the quests to get most of the achievements. If you are stuck or unsure of anything, the Dragon Mania wiki can be found HERE.
There may be a few achievements that you don’t yet have, but by the time you beat quest 68, you probably be most of the way there. Anything you need should now be a matter of a few clicks here and there in different parts of the screen or menus.
Dragon Mania Legends is a bright and cheerful game, although similar to many games of this type can become tedious, especially when grinding to level up your dragons towards the end of the game. The completion will take a while, but at least if you own a Windows Phone and a Windows 8/10 device, you get two completions.
[XBA would like to thank Corrupt. for this Roadmap]