Everything about Everwing: Part 4 - Dragons and characters

By , on January 12, 2017

In this section of our series on Everwing, we’re going to look at the items you’re going to be spending your money on when you get deeper into the game - new dragons and new characters.

It’s with these purchases that the real scope of the game starts opening up. You’ll be earning money when you’re not even playing, evolving your creatures, and setting yourself goals for each play session.

In the last part of the series we’ll look at some advanced play tactics, but for now let’s find out the best ways to spend all of your hard earned cash.


Your dragons are the companions you’re going to take into each battle with you. There are a number of different types of dragons and they’ll give you different boosts and buffs as you play.

Your dragons will level up as you fly with them. They’ll only get up to level 10 on their own though. It’s here that you’ll have to start evolving them.

To evolve a dragon you need another dragon of the same type that’s also been levelled up to 10. Head to the sidekicks menu and tap the dragon you want to evolve.

Tap the evolve button and you’ll see the dragons that you can use to evolve your creature. Choose one, but choose carefully. Once you’ve blended two dragons together they’re gone forever, replaced with a more powerful version.

You can then level the new dragon up to level 20. When you get there you’ll need to have another dragon of the same type at the same level and evolve the pair of them to keep going.

Once you start earning a decent amount of cash it’s always a good idea to save up for the more expensive eggs. These give you a chance of getting legendary dragons, and they’re super useful.


You’ll unlock new characters to buy as you play, and you’ll need them if you want to play the quests (we’ll get to the quests tomorrow). But shopping smart can get you a decent boost.

Each of the characters you unlock has its own skillset. Some complete quests quicker, some will earn you more coins when they’re on quests.

It’s worth saving up for the more expensive characters and using them. You’ll need to equip them if you want to spend any money on them, but you can use the cash you earn from your main character to upgrade anyone or anything.

Striking the balance between your character and your dragons is key to success. Look at the different dragon powers you’ve got and figure out which ones are going to work best for you.

And remember to rotate your creatures. The more of them you have at higher levels the more use they’re going to be later on in the game.