Passive Effects

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How do Passive Effects work

There are currently two types of the Passive Effects

  • Passive skil exp.png An Experience Passive Effect
  • Passive skil energy.png An Energetic Passive Effect

If the Experience Passive Effect is purchased, you get a chance to receive double experience from the tiles that you are digging. The chance increases with each level - the higher the level, the higher the chance to dig out double amount of experience!

If the Energetic Passive Effect is purchased, you have a chance to get back the energy from the tile that you have just dug out. The chance to get the energy back increases with each level - the higher the level, the higher the chance to get the energy spent on the tile back!

Well, let’s think about a ruby tile - this one costs 9,000 energy. Imagine that you would get the energy back from this one! Incredible, ain’t it?

The advantage of the Passive Effects is that they are all active, which means that there is no need to switch them and select which one should be used.

How to proceed to the next level of the Passive Effect

If you never crafted any outfits in the game before, you will get a chance to purchase the first level of the Passive Effects. After that you can purchase the next levels. It is not possible to skip a level - in order to purchase level 3, levels 1 and 2 must be already purchased. Each level can be purchased for gems.

If you already had some outfits from the craftsman in your game, you will be compensated through the Passive Effects, which means that you will automatically level-up in the Passive Effects according to the amount and value of the previously used outfits. You can find more information about the compensation for the outfits in this article.

How to find out the current level of the Passive Effect in the game

You will always see the next level of the Passive Effect, not the current one (except for the last level). Let’s take an example: if a player purchases level 3, he/she will be using Passive Effect level 3 while digging the tiles and level 4 will be displayed and available to purchase in the shop. So if you have level 4 displayed in the shop, you are currently using Passive Effect level 3

If you already purchased the last level of the Passive Effect (level 10), this level will remain displayed in the shop, but the purchase button will be deactivated - the displayed level 10 will serve as an information about the current level of the Passive Effect on the player’s game account.

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