Lucky Dragons is very similar to Dragon Kingdom, also from Pragmatic, and also released at around the same time, but Dragon Kingdom has more superior and outstanding graphics than Lucky Dragons. Why they both couldn't have the same standards is beyond me, but I feel that Pragmatic should adhere to the best of what they can offer, always. The Coin is the Wild symbol in this game, it doesn't pay anything for itself, and only do substitution of other symbols except for the Scatter symbol. It's really a shame for making the Wild a dumb symbol! If it doesn't pay for itself, as in this case, then it should at least double all wins with it, and/or becoming stacked or expanded on the reels, both in the base game and during the free spins too.
The Buddha Statue is the Scatter symbol, appearing only on reels 2, 3 and 4, paying 2x the total bet for getting all 3 of them, and triggering 6 free spins with Sticky Wilds randomly added to reels 2, 3 and 4 throughout the free spins. Each appearing Scatter symbol during the free spins add +1 more free spin. Hmm, I usually find 6 and 7 free spins to be insufficient to provide any good wins, especially when the free spins are without any multiplier. Even 10 free spins frequently fail to do this, unless several retriggers are achieved, which doesn't happen always, as expected. It would be best if all Pragmatic free spins have at least a 2x multiplier and can be retriggered. As for the other symbols in the game, the Dragon pays 800x, the Phoenix pays 400x, the Tiger pays 300x, the Crocodile pays 300x too, the Fish pays 300x as well, and the rest pay from 150x to 50x, all per line bet for getting 5 of each kind. A very low paytable unfortunately, making good wins very difficult to achieve.