Harry Potter Wizards Unite - Day of the Dragons times, event specific dragon locations

Everything you need to know about the Day of the Dragons event in Wizards Unite.

Day of the Dragons is an exclusive event in Harry Potter Wizards Unite running on the 7th September 2019.

The Day of the Dragons celebrates the worldwide release of dragons into Wizards Unite. Not only will you be able to find the dragon that makes its home in your region, but, for three hours, a breed from another region will visit your country.

This event was unlocked thanks to the hard work of the wizards at the Harry Potter Wizards Unite Fan Festival, combined with players around the world completing the Global Challenges.

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Day of the Dragons start time and how it will work in Harry Potter Wizards Unite

The Day of the Dragons in Wizards Unite will take place on the 7th September 2019. The event will last for 3 hours during the following times:

  • UK - 11am to 2pm (BST)
  • Europe - 12pm to 3pm (CEST)
  • US East Coast- 2pm to 5pm (EDT)
  • US West Coast - 11am to 2pm (PDT)

Throughout these time periods you'll be able to find a dragon that won't usually appear in your region.

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Harry Potter Wizards Unite Day of the Dragon Locations

Day of the Dragons marks the worldwide release of dragons into Harry Potter Wizards Unite.

From the 7th September 2019 onwards you'll be able to find the dragon breed assigned to your region.

These dragon breeds and their assigned regions are:

  • UK, Europe and Africa - Common Welsh Green
  • Americas and Greenland - Peruvian Vipertooth
  • Oceania, including Australia and New Zealand - Chinese Fireball
  • Asia, Middle East and India - Antipodean Opaleye
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During the 3-hour event period of the Day of the Dragons, you'll also be able to find a dragon breed from another region. This is an excellent opportunity to easily fill in part of your Registry.

It also means that the event will allow you to find two different Dragon Oddities - the one assigned to your region and the one paying a visit.

Here are the dragon breeds and the regions they're visiting:

  • UK, Europe and Africa - Chinese Fireball
  • Americas and Greenland - Chinese Fireball
  • Oceania, including Australia and New Zealand - Chinese Fireball
  • Asia, Middle East and India - Antipodean Opaleye

At last, the Harry Potter: Wizard Unite's release date has arrived! Once you join a House in Harry Potter Wizards Unite, the first things you need to do is learn how to battle in Harry Potter Wizards Unite, how to compete in Wizarding Challenges and Fortresses, how to perform Potion Master Notes, how to use the Greenhouses in Harry Potter Wizards Unite and unlock Portkey Portmanteaus. After that, it's time to decide what's the best Profession between Auror, Magizoologist and Professor. The second week of Brilliant Event: Back to Hogwarts has started! Looking for things to unlock? Our in-progress Harry Potter Wizards Unite Level rewards list can give you a view of what's to come.


How to prepare for the Day of the Dragons in Harry Potter Wizards Unite

The first task you'll want to do on the Day of the Dragons is pick up your complimentary gift by visiting Diagon Alley.

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You'll receive 10 Scrolls, 5 Spell Books and, most importantly, 25 Spell Energy. This Spell Energy is vital for this event as catching the dragon foundables will involve using a lot of Spell Energy.

It's also worth stocking up on Potions before the Day of the Dragon begins.

The best type of potion to brew are the Exstimulo Potions, because they will improve your spell casts during trace encounters for a number of turns. This will increase your chances of successfully adding a dragon to your Registry.

You can also brew Dawdle Draughts, which will reduce the chance of a dragon fleeing when you confront it. This is an ideal potion for when you find the dragon visiting your region.

Finally, don't forget to collect as much Spell Energy as possible, so you can start finding dragons straight away.

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