Levels

[Post New]by StangHer on Jan 19, 18 8:50 PM
At what level do you get out of the castle to explore more areas?
Do you have to pay to get to those areas?

 

Re:Levels

[Post New]by Amethyst2066 on Jan 19, 18 9:08 PM
You should go to the helpful links discussion and check out the NEW strategy guide. That will answer your questions. In the meantime, when you reach the levels in the 20’s, you get out of the Castle. To go to the new map sections, it costs nothing but it will still cost you coins and other items to open those new places to play.

 
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Re:Levels

[Post New]by mamarose1900 on Jan 20, 18 7:39 AM
If you're asking about paying real money, no. You can play the whole game without ever spending money outside of the gold you get in the game. But, it takes patience and persistence to do it that way. People who pay to play usually do it for one of two reasons. One-they're impatient and want to move forward faster. Two-they want to support the developers of the game.

The thing about the first reason is that when you get to the top level, you just wait until the next update, whenever that is. They never announce updates in advance. Sometimes they put a teaser graphic from new content on the Facebook page about a week before an update. The point is that there's really no benefit to moving forward faster.

I hope that's helpful.

Have fun stormin' the castle!

 
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Levels

[Post New]by silver_hawk on Jan 20, 18 7:52 AM
StangHer wrote:At what level do you get out of the castle to explore more areas?
Do you have to pay to get to those areas?


Once you get your map piece from the Mystery Chamber at or around level 20 you can work toward new areas by always completing certain quest sets for Professor Pinfeathers. Just do everything he tells you and new areas will open up in the proper time and sequence.

Once you get the map icon you can click on the different areas and it will tell you what levels these areas will open up after also completing Prof. Pinfeathers quest sets...

Town - Level 22
Cloud City - Level 29
Elvyn Forest - Level 45
Dark Tower - Level 61
Harbor - Level 70
Atlantis - Level 72
Fairy Forest - Level 74
The East - Level 77


 
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Re:Levels

[Post New]by Annelliegram on Jan 20, 18 1:18 PM
From the NEW Strategy Guide, page 2:

New Areas – Each area of the map will be unlocked as you advance in the game. If you click on the locked bubble on the map, you will see when each section is available. So far, there has not been a coin cost to open these new map areas. Current areas in the game are as follows:

CastleThe game opens here. By time everything has been opened, you will have 12 locations, 22 HOSs, and 35** ZZs opened.
**The Fire Altar ZZ is unlocked/opened/presented in the Forbidden Tower during Level 60. When the Wise Dragon returns to the Forbidden Tower (Level 73), he replaces the Fire Altar....which reduces the number of ZZ in the Castle to 34.

TownAchieve Level 22 and complete the Keeper of Wishes’ quest (This occurs after activating the Ring of Runes that opens the Mystery Chamber. The Keeper of Wishes then sends you to open Shining Split and you get the Map Pieces that “reveals the next part of the mysterious world.” When you click on the Map Pieces, you are taken to the Town – City Square). There are a total of 10 locations, 20 HOSs, and 33 ZZs in the Town.

Cloud CityAchieve Level 29 and complete the King’s Problem quest (This causes much confusion to players because it actually does not occur until you have almost finished Level 29. When you activate Griffin’s Horn, you are immediately taken to Cloud City Pier.) There will then be a bubble to open the Commercial District at Level 30. -- I recommend waiting to open this until the game sends you to this area. There are 7 locations, 14 HOS, and 23 ZZs in Cloud City until Levels 80 to 82. Then there are 10 locations, 19 HOS, and 30 ZZ.

Elvyn ForestComplete Level 45 and the Elf Creature quest (This occurs at the beginning of Level 45 ….When you use the Fairy Serpent, it opens the Elvyn Forest). There are 3 locations, 6 HOSs, and 9 ZZ in the Elvyn Forest

Dark TowerAchieve Level 61 and complete the Crossed Fingers quest (This occurs mid-way in Level 61 – after you have completed Norman’s and Arabella’s tasks –and then activate the Rune Scroll. The Rune Scroll opens the Dark Tower). There are 6 locations, 4 HOSs, and 20 ZZs in the Dark Tower.

(New Areas continued next post)

 
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Re:Levels

[Post New]by Annelliegram on Jan 20, 18 1:20 PM
HarborAchieve Level 70 and complete the Energy Search quest (This occurs when you activate the Portal Activator to unlock the portal. The portal takes you to the Harbor). There are 4 locations; 5 HOSs, and 11 ZZs in the Harbor.

AtlantisGet to Level 72 and complete the Sea Calls! quest (This happens when you give the Ocean Guide to the pirate. The Ocean Guide sets ship sailing and it ends up at a “forgotten city” – Atlantis). There are 4 locations, 8 HOSs, and 11 ZZs in Atlantis.

Fairy Forest - Get to Level 74 and complete the Ancient Artifact quest. (This area is opened a little over half way into the Level -- when you get the final piece to the Tablets of Wisdom and activate that item.) There are 3 locations, 6 HOSs, and 9 ZZs in Fairy Forest.

East - Achieve Level 77 and start the Envoy from the East quest (This happens when you activate the Storybook.) There are 8 locations, 15 HOSs, and 22 ZZ in East.



I don't recall it costing anything to open ANY of the Areas of the map ...... however, the locations within each map section is a totally different story...... some are pretty expensive.

 
 
 
 
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