All Blade Ball Dragon Element Abilities

The Blade Ball Lunar New update introduces the Dragon Element, boosting mobility, defense, and attack power. Here's everything the new Dragon Element does and how to unlock it!
Blade Ball Dragon Element Character Dancing
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The latest update for Blade Ball Lunar New Year has introduced a new element known as Dragon in Element mode. Discover all Dragon abilities, their effects, and how to unlock them in Element mode.

If you’re looking for free stuff, be sure to head over to our freebies page to see what you can get, and why not check out our Blade Ball Skill Tier List?

All Dragon Element Skills in Blade Ball

The Dragon Element in Blade Ball is exceptional at boosting mobility, defense, and attack power through its distinct abilities. This element enables players to swiftly navigate the field, effectively shield themselves from oncoming dangers, and heighten their offensive prowess.

  • Dragon Element
    • (LVL 0) Draconic Leap: Leap into the air and slam into your opponents.
    • (LVL 10) Dragon Guardian: Summon three dragon spirits that protect you from getting hit by the ball.
    • (LVL 20) Dragon Mount: Soar through the skies on a dragon.
    • (LVL 50) (PASSIVE) Fire Breath: Build up fire charges over time that empower your next parry

How to Unlock Dragon Element in Blade Ball

In Blade Ball, if you’re on the lookout for the Dragon Element, you’re in for some good news. There are two ways to acquire it: you can either buy it directly or obtain it for free by completing daily quests to earn XP for a limited time. To get your hands on the Dragon Element, all you need to do is enter Elements mode and step into the Training circle next to Power Mode.

Blade Ball Showing Location Of Training Circle Next To Power Mode
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Paid Method Get Dragon Element in Blade Ball

If you’d rather take the easy route and avoid the hassle, you have two convenient options for purchase. The first option is to acquire just the Dragon Element for 599 Robux. Alternatively, you can opt for the Max Level Dragon Element for 1299 Robux, which comes pre-maxed out, sparing you the need to level it up yourself. Essentially, it’s like buying a ready-to-use Level 50 Dragon Element.

Paid Method to Get Dragon Element in Blade Ball

If you’d rather not spend money on purchasing Dragon Element, you have the option to obtain it for free by completing daily quests available for a limited time. This opportunity will be available until February 29th, 2024. Each day, you can take on four quests, each rewarding you with XP. It’s important to accumulate 100 XP in order to unlock the Dragon Element for use in Elements mode. Here are the quests I had access to when I wrote this:

  • Invite a friend to Elements Mode – +3 XP
  • Unlock Ice Element – +5 XP
  • Win an Elements Game – +5 XP
  • Play Elements Mode for 90 Minutes – +8 XP
Blade Ball Element Training Event Quests And Rewards
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You can earn around 20 XP per day. If you’re a frequent Blade Ball player, unlocking the Dragon Element in a week should be quite feasible. Just bear in mind that the free unlocking period lasts only until the end of February.

If you choose to earn Dragon Element the free method through XP, you’ll also unlock additional rewards along the journey. For every 20 XP earned, a new reward will be unlocked for you.

Mark Carpenter

Mark Carpenter

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