Completing the daily missions each day is one of the best way to maximize your rewards. Completing them all gives you 10 crystals, a good chunk of crystals, and solid XP. These daily missions should basically set your minimum daily routine. If you miss one of them you will lose out on the 7 crystals.
- Use 20 Energy – Reward: 3 crystals and 50xp
- Power-up Monsters 3 times – Reward: 500 mana and 50xp
- If you use 3 monsters to power-up another one all at once, it will only count as one power-up. Keep that in mind!
- Power-up Runes 3 times – Reward: 500 mana and 50xp
- Summon Monsters 3 times – Reward: 300 mana and 50xp
- Send Social Points to a Friend 5 times – Reward: 3 Arena passes and 50xp
- Fight with a Friend 3 times – Reward: 300 mana and 50xp
- Fight in the Arena 3 times – Reward: 10 energy and 50xp
- Fighting Rivals, as well as lost fights are all counted.
- Clear the Dungeon of Giants – Reward: 750 mana and 100xp
- Clear the Daily Dungeon – Reward: 750 mana and 100xp
- Clear the Dungeon of Magic – Reward: 750 mana and 100xp
- This mission will not be available on Fridays and Saturdays, since there is no element dungeon on those days.
- Clear All Daily Missions – Reward: 7 crystals and 200xp
- Log in Daily – Reward: 3 Dimensional Rifts and 50xp
Regular missions (also known simply as “Missions”) are limited opportunity quests which can only be completed once. The tasks are often more difficult to accomplish than daily missions, although the rewards given out are better as a result. Com2us gives out tons of regular missions in the early levels of the game, but as you play more you will see that they become much harder to complete.
Achievements are limited opportunity quests and similar to regular missions, they can only be completed once. The tasks are often more difficult to complete than both Daily Missions and regular Missions, but the rewards are much better, often including rare scrolls for accomplishing certain milestones.
Achievements can also take quite a bit of time and/or in game currency to complete. The rewards don’t equate to the amount of effort put in, but the achievements help you reach places in the game you want to go anyway, so the rewards are more or less a “bonus”.
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