Dragons Arena

Dragons Arena

A Mythical World

@HenryTG6 & @KKPoliti
Dragons Arena
Release Date
February 19, 2022

Dragons Arena – Elrond NFT

For the lovers of dragons and games, Dragons Arena is a project with a single promise – to deliver high quality for both.


Let’s all be honest and admit that we all love dragons and the myths surrounding them. And Dragons Arena is here to offer us a battlefield for our NFT dragons. As you can imagine, this is a play-to-earn game project with each of the dragon NFTs to be rendered in the Unreal Engine. Thus far, we have limited information on the game. But what we currently know is that the dragon holders will of course have early access to the game and will acquire an in-game character by opening a Dragon Box.


There are five members that make up the development team, but the information we have concerns four of them.

In particular, we have the Developer of the project, Paul or El Dragón. He is an experienced games developer and he currently works in Unreal Engine 4. Next, we meet Denisa or the Mother of Dragons. She is the Artist, and an experienced Graphic Designer. Furthermore, there’s Robert or Gon Gon. He is a Programmer and Graphic Designer, but as we can understand, for this project he deals with Analytics and Marketing issues. Additionally, we have Horea or Dragon Trainer, the Socials Moderator with a background on Robotics. Finally, there’s a fifth member with the alias Dragon Mixer, but unfortunately no information about him.

Overall, we can consider the team open to sharing information, but not quite transparent. What this means is that we do not have anything to support their bio, with a personal social account or another way to actually check their background and experience.

Discord & Twitter

The community has enough members to support the current drop. And as we approach the presale, a lot of members show signs of some serious activity on Discord trying to get whitelisted. I just hope that the same level of engagement remains right after the drop.

If you want to follow Dragons Arena social media you can check here:


Concerning the artwork, I just have to say that it is really fascinating. The artist has paid attention even to the smallest of details, delivering high quality to the community. Additionally, I want to admit that I can see the little Spyro in the design, so maybe the artist took inspiration from this old-school video game.

You can see some examples of the artwork below:


The website is pretty adequate for a simple artistic collection that contains basic information for the project and most importantly, a well-displayed roadmap. However, it doen’t fit with the aspirations of the team. Meaning that the whole structure of it is very simple, which does not include the feeling of a future game.


The roadmap is very comprehensible, containing adequate details on the development. But what it misses in my honest opinion is a timeline. Like when approximately do we get to see each phase? Moreover, keep in mind that there will be a whitepaper in Phase 2, which will definitely shed light on more details.

For more details check the roadmap here.

Closing Thoughts

Dragons Arena is an ambitious project for those who love both gaming and dragons. For the moment, there are not much information available for the game, so we have to wait for the whitepaper. However, we can take a look at the artwork and realize how hard the team works to deliver a professional product.

Dragons Arena
Play-to-Earn Game
Fascinating Artwork
Active Community
Experienced Team (I'd suggest that they provide their personal social accounts)
Comprehensible Roadmap, but is missing a Timeline
The Website is too simple for a Play-to-Earn Game


This site was created to give you an idea of the existing projects and in no condition should you invest in it just by reading the reviews. In each review you can find all the links to the project and I strongly urge you to do your own research before moving forward.

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