Dragons in Flight Rising are able to be equipped with unique apparel. These are wearable items that appear visually on your dragon. They are cosmetic items only and do not effect any coliseum stats or breeding outcomes.

This apparel can be moved between dragons of your own clan, but dragons cannot be traded, put to auction, or exalted with apparel on when wearing these items. Apparel can be bought with both gems and treasure, though some items are only available to purchase via gems unless sold again through the Auction House for treasure. All apparel can be sold or bought on the Auction House, and this is the only way to obtain Retired Apparel.

Click here to see a list of apparel.

Dressing RoomEdit

The Dressing Room was added on June 8th, 2017 - Flight Rising's 4th anniversary.[1] It allows you to input any dragon's ID number to see a preview of them wearing any apparel items you wish. Just click the 'click to add apparel piece' slot and start typing to find a piece to equip! Clicking the 'Import Apparel' button will also automatically add any apparel the dragon is currently wearing. Alternatively you can just dress the default breed mannequin that appears when you preview single items.


In the Dressing Room, you can add multiple items and layer them just as you can when you actually equip apparel. This can be extremely helpful when planning outfits as you can see the items all together and compare them to the color scheme of your dragon. It comes with all 20 slots unlocked regardless of how many slots you actually own. Keep that in mind when planning large outfits! You can also import the skin or accent your dragon is wearing or otherwise input any skin's ID to view it along with the apparel.

You can save and name individual outfits which then lets you share the outfit with other players through a URL. It even makes an linked image preview widget you can post instead of just a written link.

Apparel SlotsEdit

You begin with six open slots available for your dragons, with an additional fourteen locked. Buying more slots requires gems, and the slots get progressively more expensive. Purchasing a slot from any dragon's apparel list opens up the same slot for all dragons in your clan.

  • 7th slot - 50 Icon gem
  • 8th slot - 50 Icon gem
  • 9th slot - 75 Icon gem
  • 10th slot - 75 Icon gem
  • 11th slot - 100 Icon gem
  • 12th slot - 100 Icon gem
  • 13th slot - 150 Icon gem
  • 14th slot - 150 Icon gem
  • 15th slot - 200 Icon gem
  • 16th slot - 200 Icon gem
  • 17th slot - 250 Icon gem
  • 18th slot - 250 Icon gem
  • 19th slot - 300 Icon gem
  • 20th slot - 300 Icon gem

Item CollectionsEdit

Currently, there are numerous in-game sets that can be collected, though all of their parts can be mixed and matched between all of your dragons. These "collections" are made up of the set's pieces and their various recolors. They can be divided into two categories based on how they can be purchased though some gem apparel can be part of a largely treasure-bought collection. Note that all gem items can be sold again on the auction house for treasure.

See the Collection category for a full list

Treasure-bought Sets

Gem-bought Sets

Baldwin's Bubbling Brew Sets

Standalone ItemsEdit

There are numerous items that are not a part of any set, but can be added as great accents to your own dragon's style. Some examples are listed below.

Gem-bought Items

Special Event Items


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