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Boost Calculation Guide to use with the page linked above.
- The Dragon Acide was released on January 27, 2014, along with the Promethium Dragon, Radiant Dragon, and the Palladium Dragon.
- Strangely, the Dragon Acide's description refers to the explorer it mentions as a male ("his jacket") despite Ellen being a typically female name, and the character it references being a woman.
- The in-game information for the Dragon Acide, and the Promethium Dragon had their incubation and breeding times mixed up when they were first released.
- The Dragon Acide was released with no sound or cry.
- The glitch was fixed on May 13, 2014.
- There are multiple references to the "Alien" film franchise:
- The name "Ellen O'Mortson", mentioned in the description, seems to be a combination of Ellen, the first name of the main protagonist - Ellen Ripley, and an anagram of Nostromo, the spaceship on which the majority of the first film ("Alien") takes place. The "O'" may also be a reference to Dan O'Bannon, who wrote the first film's screenplay.
- The description states, "derelict buildings of Geegur". This is likely a reference to H. R. Giger, a surrealist artist who designed the eponymous alien of the Alien films.
- The story of the egg being carried inside the explorer's jacket, mentioned in the description, and then hatching onto the table is reminiscent of the famous scene in the first Alien film, when an alien bursts from the chest of one of the spaceship's crew members, after it has been incubating inside him since he was attacked by the larval form of the alien species.
- The baby Dragon Acide's design appears to be heavily based on the "chest-burster" stage of the alien's life cycle. As it grows, it begin's to look more like the adult alien, or "Xenomorph" as it is often known.
- The phrase "ripples of laughter", mentioned in the description, is likely another reference to Ellen Ripley, the franchise's main protagonist.
- The goal text upon obtaining a Dragon Acide, "It just wants to give your face a big hug" may be a reference to the first stage of the Xenomorph life cycle, called face-huggers.
- The name of the Dragon Acide probably arises from the fact that the Xenomorphs' blood is acidic, and some have the ability to spit acid.