Turkey Dragon

An image of the Turkey Dragon
  • Difficulty: 3
  • Breeding Time: 17:00:00
  • Hatching Time: 23:00:00
  • Category: 9
  • Earnings: 20
  • Increase: 15
  • XP: 150000
  • Gems Cost: 3000
  • Sell Price: 120000
An image of a Turkey Egg
An image of a Turkey Child
An image of a Turkey Youth
An image of a Turkey Adult


The most important thing you need to know is that Turkey Dragons are not edible. We repeat: not edible! A man ate a roast Turkey Dragon once, and let’s just say he felt heartburn in the most literal sense.

How to Breed Turkey?

Turkey is not Currently Breedable. Sorry.

Trained Attacks:

A Physical Based Attack Head butt
  • Element:Physical
  • Base Damage:788
  • Level Gained:4
A Legend Based Attack Paralyzing spell
  • Element:Legend
  • Base Damage:650
  • Level Gained:4
A Electric Based Attack Electric shock
  • Element:Electric
  • Base Damage:1050
  • Level Gained:8
A Terra Based Attack A Powerful Terra Based Attack Asteroid
  • Element:Terra
  • Base Damage:1200
  • Level Gained:15

Trainable Attacks:

A Electric Based Attack Mystery Thunder++
  • Element:Electric
  • Base Damage:2300
  • Training Time:08:00:00
  • Level Required:15
A Legend Based Attack Rainbow
  • Element:Legend
  • Base Damage:1050
  • Training Time:12:00:00
  • Level Required:15
A Electric Based Attack A Powerful Electric Based Attack Electro Ball
  • Element:Electric
  • Base Damage:1200
  • Training Time:24:00:00
  • Level Required:15
A Terra Based Attack A Powerful Terra Based Attack Sand storm
  • Element:Terra
  • Base Damage:1350
  • Training Time:48:00:00
  • Level Required:15

Dragons to Use Against Turkey

Turkey is a Legend primary element dragon and so can only be critical hit by other Legends. Avoid using Physical based attacks against Turkey as they will have a weak effect. To beat Turkey use high category dragons with strong attacks, higher level, and/or lots of stars!

Social Point Facebook Story Image

Whenever someone breeds a new dragon in Dragon City, the Facebook App will "share" a message with friends that includes a small thumbnail. These thumbnail images include the child image standing in a foreground, with the egg on top of the hatchery in the background. Not all dragons have one.

The source images for the Facebook "share" stories are much larger and look great. Here is the "hatch" image for Turkey:

A Turkey Egg Hatching