What is this actually about?

To play the minigame introduced with the opening of the Kerub & Svidur servers in the Aslan Valley

How do I get in there?

To the west of the auction house is an NPC next to a portal. If you speak to him, he will either let you enter the minigame or request a “Strange transportation medium” from you.

Huh? Strange transportation medium?

You can enter the palace once a day free of charge. If you want to do this more often, you will need an item from the item store, the “Special transport medium”. It costs 30 diamonds (at the time the guide was created).

What do I have to do in this minigame?

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A 3-minute timer starts immediately after entering the area. Meanwhile, you have to kill the little creeps running around. Rats, chickens, snakes, beetles …. Just small livestock. The strongest of these is the chicken with 142 HP, all others have only 1 HP. A few seconds after you have killed all the creeps in a wave, another wave spawns.

And what do I get out of this mini-game?

Experience points on the one hand, and various item rewards on the other.

Attention! To receive a reward at all, you have to completely defeat at least one of the creep waves!

Can it be more precise?

You should have patience, young Padawan. I will explain more to you now!

The experience gained is a percentage of the current character level and depends on the number of creep waves completed. Regarding summit experience points: As usual, only 1/100 of the experience gained is credited to the summit level!

Creep wavesExperience point gain
1-22%
3-54%
6-96%
10-148%
15+10%

During an event, such as the one announced here (klickmichichbineinlink), where there are particularly many summit experience points in the palace, it looks like this:

you get 0.4% of your current peak lvl if you finish at least 1 round
0.8% if you finish at least 3 rounds
1.2% for at least 6 rounds
1.6% for 10+ and
2% for 15 or more rounds

so if you’re peak 1 you’ll need 79.660.000 peak exp. if you finish 15 rounds you’ll get 1.593.200 peak exp
if you’re peak 19 you’ll need 481,510,000 peak exp. even if you only finish 1 round you’ll get 1.926.040 peak exp

In the meantime, there are also events in which the percentage staggering of the peak EP looks like this: 0.8/1.6/2.4/3.2/4 %.

And what are the item rewards now?

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You can choose from one of 5 different crate categories, which can have different random contents. Both the quality and quantity of the content are not dependent on the number of waves completed, but are selected purely at random from the relevant category.

Red treasure chest = companion upgrade: various item store pet food to increase loyalty, experience, training and talent

Goblin treasure chest = siege war rewards: 50/100/150/200/250/300/350/400/450/500 siege war badges, usable in the so-called honor store in the guild castle, or to achieve the popular BK titles

Blue treasure chest = constellation companion: 10 Draconaris, 100 elements, x* stardust, x* star sand, 1 companion crystal. The element (fire, water, earth, wind) or the zodiac sign of the crystal is chosen at random.

Purple treasure chest = Cenedril rewards: 50/100 hearts of a random Cenedril, Cenedril materials of the quality levels “white” to “blue”. Whether defensive, dynamic or mystical is chosen at random.

strange chest = badge title: 5/10/15/25/50/99 Gem of Valor, 5/10/15/25/50/99 Badge of Global Glory

Additionally, for EACH of the crates, there is a small chance to pull out a permanent rune disk (“flying” 75% mount) or a server transfer stone.

  • if you can, please tell me the number of these rewards

So which box should I choose?

Unless you’re after a specific other reward, the Goblin Treasure Chest seems to be the chest whose rewards you can use most variably.

Are there any classes (combinations) that have a particularly easy time with this minigame?

Yes. Anything that can kill several opponents at once.

Humans: Knight/xxx => Whirling Shield (Level 6 Knight Main Skill)

Elves: Warrior/Bewa => Airquake (elite skill lv.50)

Dwarves: Champion/Priest => Light Pulse (Eliteskill lv.40)

To minimize mana pot consumption, I recommend creating a few items at this point that have a lot of wisdom built into them. My (actually Druid) goes out of the palace with his Druid equipment (13k wisdom, 69k mana) as a Warrior/Bewa with ~50% mana.

I know you, you’re so lazy and have probably already made a macro for it!

Yes, I actually did. So simple, so easy… Anyone can actually do it themselves. So if you’re copying and pasting here, I’d be very happy to receive a thank you ;-):

/run function w()CastSpellByName(“Whirling Shield”)end w()
/wait 8
/run w()
/wait 8
/run w()
/wait 8
/run w()
/wait 8
/run w()
/wait 8
/run w()
/wait 8
/run w()
/wait 8
/run w()
/wait 8
/run w()
/wait 8
/run w()
/wait 8
/run w()
/wait 8
/run w()
/wait 8
/run w()
/wait 8
/run w()
/wait 8
/run w()
/wait 8
/run w()
/wait 8
/run w()
/wait 8
/run w()
/wait 8
/run w()
/wait 8
/run w()
/wait 8
/run w() Jump()

In line 1, of course, you have to use the corresponding skill, and you can hear the jumping at the end, so you know: time’s up, I have to switch back into the game.

And depending on the latency, you may have to increase the wait time to 8.1 or 8.2. Just try it out a little…