I'm trying to figure out how to buy the 'best' dragon I can. I've been gone for 10+ years so some things I'm trying to figure out. How can you tell if a greater dragon is trained or not trained? If you can't 'really' tell if it's partially trained, how can you tell how good it 'will' be? obviously stats wont change and Im guessing HP. I'm reading that a greater drag with like 120+ tact/wrestling is much much much stronger than one with lower skills. But does a new tame have have those skills by default? Most dragons I'm seeing are in the 90's on tact/anat, how can you tell what they will 'train' to? Do people just buy untrained then with high stats and hope for the best? I guess that's the confusion I have now. It seems the calculator can give a false good rating when it's actual combat effectiveness is much lower than a 4.3 might suggest if say the tact/wrestling/resists aren't as good, but the stats are great?