Merge Dragons

How to Beat Challenge 2 in Merge Dragons

Hello, and welcome back to Neural Gamer. Today we will continue our Merge Dragons posts and talk about Challenge 2. Unlike some of the other challenges we’ve discussed, Challenge 2 is easy. So, read on, and we will guide you on how to beat challenge 2 in Merge Dragons.

Before we get into the walkthrough, we will show you the specifics of this challenge.

  • Level: 14
  • Chalice Cost: 2
  • End Goal: Create Gaia Statue
  • Goal Stars:
    • Merge 5 Crimson Eggs Simultaneously
    • Drop Dragons on the Blue Life Flowers 5 times
  • Potential Rewards:
    • Crimson Dragon egg
    • Life Flower
    • Life Orb (Tiny)

NEXT: How to Beat Challenge 3 in Merge Dragons

Challenge 2 Walkthrough

Challenge 2 Level
Challenge 2 Level

Now that you know some things about Challenge 2 let’s see what you must do to complete it. The first thing to do is to merge the five eggs and get that out of the way. That’s Goal Star 1 completed already.

Next, you want to double-tap the Blue Life Flowers. Then merge the orbs and use them to unlock more land, complete the second Goal Star, and make the statues accessible. Finally, merge the three statues and finish the level. That’s it! You have completed Challenge 2.

We hope that you found this one helpful. We know this was a simple Challenge, but we also want to ensure that we give our readers all the information they need to enjoy playing the games and succeed in the levels.

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Sharon Hendricks

Sharon Hendricks has been writing professionally for more than 15 years. She’s a published author of two children’s books and writes our guides for Sneaky Sasquatch and Merge Dragons, among others. Her work with apps and games started at the company known as Appgrooves, which no longer exists. Having grown up in the 70s and 80s, she remembers game systems such as ColecoVision and the original 8 Bit NES. Her favorite types of video games are RPGs and cooking games. She’s spent 1,000 of hours playing mobile games and looks forward to trying out new games.