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This is the basic currency of the game used in most of the basic transactions or features like Leveling Up your town facilities, upgrading your heroes, enhancing your runes, and at times, buying Costumes from the shop. Keeping a good supply of this currency will help you a lot in the long run. The game is pretty generous with providing you with gold. You can earn gold using the following methods:

  • Collect from your Town’s Gold Mine (passive production)
  • Daily Login Rewards
  • Daily Guild Check-in
  • Guild Mission Rewards
  • Completing Bounties
  • Achievement/ Mission Rewards
  • Lena’s daily gifts
  • Normal dungeon completion
  • Winning in Arena matches
  • Win from Lottery and Roulette
  • Sell Heroes, Runes, Badges, and Items
  • Sell Goldmons and Silver Mons (see below)
  • Exchange Crystals (see the table below)

Crystal Exchange

Crystals Gold Exchange
5 50,000
10 110,000
20 240,000
50 650,000
100 1,400,000
200 1,500,00

About your Town’s Gold Mine

This is going to be your main source of income. You’ll be able to open this facility quite early in the game, shortly after gaining access to the Town option. It produces gold passively until it reaches its maximum capacity. You can collect the generated gold You can upgrade it as your Rank and your Town Hall’s level increase. Prioritize upgrading this when you have the chance to maximize its benefits.


Make sure to collect the gold first from the mine before upgrading it.

About Login, Guild Check-in, and Mission/Achievement Rewards

The gold rewards you receive from login rewards and Guild check-in rewards will be added immediately to your gold total. However, some mission or achievement rewards go straight to your Inbox and you’ll have to redeem them manually.

About Selling Heroes, Runes, Badges, and Items

The only heroes worth selling are the 2* or 3* fodder that you can get through adventure and generic dungeons. You should never sell R-Grade heroes above as they serve valuable fodder for Evolution and skill enhancement. XPmons can be sold, especially the low-grade ones to free up space when you don’t have any hero to level up. Goldmons and Silvermons are special characters whose sole purpose is to be sold. They take up space your Hero Box (inventory) so selling them immediately is pretty much required.

Runes shouldn’t be sold as well. Unneeded and low-grade ones should always be salvaged to turn them into Enhance Stones which in turn can be used to enhance valuable, high-end runes.

Selling of Badges will depend on your need. They’re exclusively used for Costumes only so if you don’t have any costumes in your inventory that you need to upgrade, just leave them be or until there’s a need to free up space.

Finally, you should NEVER sell items. These are valuable consumables that come in very limited amount and getting them can be a pain so you should never even consider selling them at all.

About Goldmons and Silvermons

Goldmons and Silvermons are special characters whose sole purpose is to be sold. They take up space your Hero Box (inventory) so selling them immediately is pretty much required. You can acquire them from a special dungeon called Golden Time which will allow you to complete it 5 times a day. You can still enter it two more times a day if you use Dungeon Tickets.

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  • Basics
  • Combat Basics
  • Town Facilities
  • Hero Management
  • Rune Management
  • Arena
  • Dungeons
  • Special Dungeons
  • Adventure (Easy)
  • Adventure (Normal)
  • Adventure (Hard)
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