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How to Train Your Dragon

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Precise in How to Train Your Dragon

Precise59 (30)

Recreate 3 dragons in a row without mistakes in the Puzzle Dragon challenge on Expert difficulty.

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Achievement won on 03 Oct 10
TA Score for this game: 1,825
Posted on 18 April 10 at 13:18
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This can be quite annoying because of how hard it is to get the color right. I suggest taking a small dragon like Night Fury. When you first see the dragon, remember it's nose and head, after that remember the spine and wings, and lastly the tail. Note that some dragons may not have anything on their head, nose, tail or spine.

Getting the color right. There's only one tip I can give you. There is one spine part that isn't very visible and I haven't selected it numerous times. Just watch out for that part and make sure that you have selected the right types for other body parts.
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Achievement won on 06 Jan 14
TA Score for this game: 1,122
Posted on 06 January 14 at 07:45
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I got close to the tv, took a pic of the dragon with my camera phone. Its hard to get a angle with all the parts, so you may have to take another look for a part. But doing this I did it on the first try.

Hope this helps.
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Achievement won on 08 Nov 14
TA Score for this game: 1,825
Posted on 09 November 14 at 04:02
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This is actually not as hard as it seems. I got this on my second try with the Deadly Nadder as my memorization subject both times, so the terminology for this guide is based on the Nadder.

You will be asked to remember a dragon's head, nose, wings, spine, tail, and color. The non-color options may vary slightly depending on dragon species, but regardless, the first five options are pretty easy.

The game gives you 180 seconds for three dragons, so you have a minute to get each one. This is plenty of time, actually. Once the first dragon starts walking out, take notice of just one or two pieces, and then press the Xbox Guide button. Write or draw what you remember on something in a way that's useful for you. For me, I found general terms like "bone spine" and "long nose" sufficient. Remember that "none" is an option for most features, and that does come up sometimes. Tap the Guide button again, let the dragon flash on your screen for maybe a second, then tap it again to write down the next piece(s). By doing this, you should have the non-color aspects of the dragon down within the first five or ten seconds. Putting them on the dragon will take another ten or fifteen seconds tops, which means you have around thirty seconds to get the color.

When trying to get the color exact, try and focus on a part of the dragon that you can see from the camera angle you're building from, so that you aren't factoring in light or body shape. For the Nadder, I used the cheek area next to its right (your left) eye. Remember that you can check the original dragon as much as you want, and skip through its animation as soon as you have a better idea of the color. It should take three or four checks to get the color right. The game is fairly demanding regarding the color, but with unlimited checks you should be able to get very close within the first couple adjustments and then spend just a few seconds fine-tuning. Remember that you will need to adjust brightness (RS) as well as hue (LS).

Just remember to be generous with the Xbox Guide button and use it whenever you need a second to recall something or de-stress. Like I said, only took me two tries with this method, and I found it much more reliable than using a photo (which often gets light levels incorrect and can only show one angle at a time). Good luck!
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