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Navigation is the newest addition to the game. You can get your own island, build different kinds of buildings on it, you can search for treasures, upgrade your boat, sail, and crew for better treasures.

Basics Edit

When you first open the navigation screen, you can see 5 buttons. Starting from the bottom, you'll find your boat level, sail level, crew level, and the cost to upgrade them. They each give different boosts, listed below, but all have one thing in common: Every upgrade increases SP Generation Rate by 1 per 5 minutes, the currency uses to buy searches for treasures and private islands. SP is capped to 10,000 so is best spent as often as possible.

Boat: Increases effectiveness Edit

  • Base: 97%
  • Initial Cost (Level 1):
    • 20,000 ALL Wood resources
    • 20,000 ALL Ore resources
  • Upgrade Cost (Adds 1%(?) Success chance):
    • Update needed

Sail: Increases speed Edit

  • Base: 90%
  • Initial Upgrade Cost (Level 1):
    • 500,000 ME
    • 20,000 ALL Plant resources
  • Upgrade Cost (Adds __________):
    • Update needed

Crew: Increases quality Edit

  • Base: 90%
  • Initial Upgrade Cost (Level 1):
    • 50,000,000 Gold
    • 20,000 ALL Fish resources
  • Upgrade Cost (Adds __________):
    • Update needed

Searching for Treasures Edit

Searching for Treasures has a chance to bring you resources back. It can drop almost anything; Gems, keys, res bags, ME, gold and a combo of orbs and scrolls. 

Drop Rates Edit

Coming soon

Searching for Private Islands Edit

Searching for a private island will, of course, find an island, but it will also find citizens and sometimes special chests. You will need to have a gambling post to store these chests though.

Private Islands Edit

You can also search for a private island. There are four different types of tiles an Island can have. Each type of tile can have different buildings that can be built on them. You can have more than one of each type of tile on an island, but you can't have more than 7 tiles or build the same building more than once. It will cost 1 billion gold to move to the island If you manage to succeed and find one

Types of tiles Edit

Grey Edit

You can build a Beacon or a Marketplace here.

Green Edit

You can build a Scout Hut, Lumber Hut, Gatherer Hut, Combat Hut, Res. Imbuer, Training Hall and an Alchemy Lab here

Yellow Edit

You can build an Overseer's Circle, Merchant Hut, Miner Hut, Fishing Hut, Gambler Post, Marketplace and Warp Totem here.

Blue Edit

Blue tiles are water tiles and can't be build on.

Building Types Edit

Huts Edit

A toggle bonus that sacrifices 20% WL for 20% more EXP. Each upgrade gives an additional 5% increase in EXP at the cost of an additional 5% WL. Gatherer Hut gives gathering EXP, Lumber Hut gives woodcutting EXP etc.

Scout Hut Edit

Increases scouting experience gained but reduces the workload (toggle)

Base Cost
Gold ME T5 Plant T3 Plant T1 Wood
100,000,000 10,000,000 20,000 112,500 250,000

Lumber Hut Edit

Increases woodcutting experience gained but reduces the workload (toggle)

Base Cost
Gold ME T5 Ore T4 Ore T4 Plant
100,000,000 10,000,000 20,000 45,000 45,000

Fishing Hut Edit

Increases fishing experience gained but reduces the workload (toggle)

Base Cost
Gold ME T1 Plant T2 Wood T3 Ore
100,000,000 10,000,000 250,000 175,000 112,500

Gatherer Hut Edit

Increases gathering experience gained but reduces the workload (toggle)

Base Cost
Gold ME T5 Fish T4 Wood T2 Ore
100,000,000 10,000,000 20,000 45,000 175,000

Miner Hut Edit

Increases mining experience gained but reduces the workload (toggle)

Base Cost
Gold ME T3 Fish T3 Wood T2 Plant
100,000,000 10,000,000 112,500 112,500 175,000

Merchant Hut Edit

Increases selling experience gained but reduces the workload (toggle)

Base Cost
Gold ME T1 Ore T2 Fish T4 Fish
100,000,000 10,000,000 250,000 175,000 45,000

Combat Hut Edit

Increases combat experience and skill experience gained, not a toggle.

Base Cost
Gold T5 Wood T3 Plant T1 Ore T1 Fish
100,000,000 20,000 112,500 250,000 250,000

Gambler Post Edit

Allows you to open special chests.You can open a normal chest at any time for 1 key that gives similar rewards as opening keys normally. Gambler Post offers you special chests every day, with better rewards depending on the rarity. 

Base Cost
Gold Gems T4 Ore T4 Fish T3 Wood
100,000,000 25 45,000 45,000 112,500
% Chance for Chest per Gambler Post Level
Tier 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Silver 10 12 14 17 19 21 24 26 30 34
Gold 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 12 15
Chests Earned/day per Gambler Post Level
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 6 6

The bronze chest costs 1 key, silver costs 5 and gold costs 10. Silver and Gold chests have a chance to drop Miden shards (3% and 5% respectively). Silver can drop up to 2 shards in a single chest, and Gold up to 3. 

Warp Totem Edit

Reduces the time to wait between warps.

Base Cost
Gold ME T3 Ore T2 Wood T1 Wood
100,000,000 10,000 112,500 175,000 250,000

Res. Imbuer Edit

Allows you to convert resources from one tier to another over time at the cost of ME. Level 1 converts 50,000 Res by using 150,000 ME (3*Res). After that, each lvl increases Res conversion by 25,000. (For example, Level 5 Res.Imbuer = 150,000 Res per min by using 450,000 ME). Level 9 and 10 converts 300,000 and 350,000 Res per min (instead of 250,000-275,000)

Base Cost
Gold ME T5 Plant T5 Wood T5 Fish T5 Ore
100,000,000 10,000,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000

Training Hall Edit

Allows you to automatically train combat skills at the cost of gold. Each level increases the attempts/minute by one.

Base Cost
Gold ME T4 Plant T4 Wood T2 Fish
100,000,000 10,000,000 45,000 45,000 175,000

Beacon Edit

Increases the amount of active buildings you can have at the same time and increase the amount of citizens found on other islands.

Each upgrade gives you an additional 15% citizens found and every 5 levels increases the amount of toggles you can have by one.

Base Cost
Gold T3 Fish T2 Plant T1 Fish T1 Plant
100,000,000 112,500 175,000 250,000 250,00

Marketplace Edit

Every day, at midnight server time, new deals become available. Each upgrade after the base building grants a 3% reduction in price of deals.

Base Cost
Gold T5 Fish T5 Ore T4 Plant T3 Wood
100,000,000 20,000 20,000 45,000 112,500

Alchemy Lab Edit

Allows you to practice Alchemy at a cost of the current exp from tradeskilling.

Base Cost
Gems ME T5 Wood T2 Fish T1 Ore
25 10,000,000 45,000 175,000 250,000
*Not fully implemented, Currently doesn't work, More Info Needed*

Overseer's Circle Edit

Allows you to activate a toggle that has helpful, but optional, options within the building. You can toggle the entire building as well as turn on/off the features within. These features include automatically resending expeditions and voyages, starting a new quest when finished and auto-disenchanting.

Managing expeditions: Every 120 minutes, the overseer's circle will, if configured, automatically send expeditions, voyages (naval expeditions) and collect and start a quest for your tradeskill.

Auto disenchanting: If configured, the overseer's circle will disenchant and sell any items from the preset tier and type configured. Auto-disenchanting gives you a bonus of 5% to the gold, magic elements and enchanting experience gained.

Each upgrade reduces the timer of the Overseer tick by 10 minutes as well as adding a 1% bonus on ME and Gold from selling and disenchanting.

Base Cost
Gold ME Relic T4 Fish T3 Ore
100,000,000 10,000,000 5,000 45,000 112,500

Upgrading Buildings Edit

Every building upgrade requires a certain amount of citizens based on the current level of the building:

Citizen Requirements per Level
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
0 9 28 73 172 397 901 2,037 ? 10,300 ?

Besides the citizens, resource upgrade costs also increase based on the the current level. Each upgrade costs the previous resources multiplied by 1.75. To find the resources required per level, the following formula can be used:

xn = 1.75n *x, where x = the base resource cost and n = your current level.

For example, a Scout Hut has a cost of 20,000 T5 Plants. To upgrade the Scout Hut from level 5 to 6 we would do 1.755 * 20,000 which comes out to 328,262 T5 Plants.

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