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'''Dungeons''' are challenging, repeatable group zones in [[Villagers and Heroes]], where player groups of any size can do timed runs for great rewards.
 
   
 
'''Raids''' are challenging, repeatable group zones in [[Villagers and Heroes]], where player groups of different sizes can do timed runs for great rewards.
At the moment 2 dungeons are open:
 
**[[Heroic Halls of Salvation|Heroic Halls of Salvation]] which has almost the same layout as the regular [[Halls of Salvation]].
 
**[[Heroic Red Cloister|Heroic Red Cloister]] which has almost the same layout as the regular [[The Red Cloister]]
 
   
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*Possible as of May 18, 2020: Solo, 3-group, 6-group.
<h2>Tiers</h2>Dungeon rewards are grouped into four tiers - complete the dungeon within a faster tier, and you receive a bonus to the default reward (which scales based off your level).
 
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*Availability: Public, Friends, Party
* '''Gold Tier:''' Complete the dungeon within 15 minutes. You will receive gear that is of Epic or greater rarity, and a 2x bonus to gold and XP rewards.
 
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*Only 99 levels available as of now.
* '''Silver Tier:''' Complete the dungeon within 20 minutes. You will receive gear that is of Rare or greater rarity, and a 1.4x bonus to gold and XP rewards.
 
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*The above might change over time.
* '''Bronze Tier:''' Complete the dungeon within 30 minutes. You will receive gear that is of Rare or greater rarity, and a 1.15x bonus to gold and XP rewards.
 
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* '''No Tier:''' Complete the dungeon within 40 minutes. You will receive gear that is of Uncommon or greater rarity, and the default gold and XP rewards.
 
 
At the moment 3/7 raid areas are open:
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*The Chanteuse's Rookery.
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*Bandicott Woods (Unlocks after completing The Chanteuse's Rookery, at bronze level)
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*Bellamere Palace: (Unlocks after completing 5 times The Chanteuse's Rookery, at bronze level)
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From December 2020?, 2 more raids might open:
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*Flooded Cloisters
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*Mulgrew Swamp
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<h2>Tiers</h2>
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*Currently, there are "None" Tier, "Bronze" Tier, “Silver” Tier, “Gold” Tier, and “Platinum” Tier.
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*You can unlock Bronze tier after completing a level 5 raid, Silver tier after a level 10 one, Gold tier after a level 15 one, and Platinum tier after a level 20 one.
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** Upon completing all raids at bronze tier (level 5,6,7), you will receive an exclusive 'Eclipse Fireworks' as a reward. (Eclipse Season 2020)
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**Upon completing all raids at silver tier (level 10,11,12), you will receive an exclusive 'Cameo of the Eclipse' as a reward. (Eclipse Season 2020)
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**Upon completing all raids at gold tier (level 15,16,17),you will receive an exclusive 'Steed of the Eclipse' as a reward. (Eclipse Season 2020)
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**Upon completing all raids at platinum tier (level 20,21,22), you will receive an exclusive 'Name Plate of the Eclipse' as a reward. (Eclipse Season 2020)
   
 
<h2>Gameplay</h2>
 
<h2>Gameplay</h2>
* The dungeon zones are levelscaled in the same way as event zones, but a minimum of five players is recommended.
 
* To do a dungeon run, speak to the NPC located at the dungeon zone entrance who will give you a Dungeon Quest - a unique, timed quest which gives greater rewards the faster you complete it.
 
* The dungeon quest is unique per player, but it always has the same goals - so any group of players can run the dungeon together.
 
* You do not need to be in a party to do a dungeon run, but you do need to be somewhat close to combat to gain credit.
 
* The dungeon quest is over after 40 minutes. If you fail to complete the dungeon within 40 minutes, you will still receive a fraction of the default rewards, based on how far you got.
 
* Once a run is done, you can immediately do another one. There is no restriction.
 
   
 
<h2>Loot Drops</h2>
 
<h2>Loot Drops</h2>
Mobs in dungeons do not drop gear or other loot, but they do drop spirit essences which can temporarily strengthen you in combat.
 
   
 
<h2>Rewards</h2>
 
<h2>Rewards</h2>
Completing a dungeon grants gold, experience points, and a random piece of gear. The rewards get more and more substantial the faster you complete the dungeon - see the tiers section above.
 
   
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Every Time you complete a raid you earn:
<h2>List of Dungeons</h2>
 
   
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* Gold and Experience, scaled by challenge level and your level.
<h3>[[Heroic Halls of Salvation|Heroic Halls of Salvation]]</h3>
 
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* [[Relics]]/Relic progress, scaled by challenge level. Relics grant game-changing abilities during raids. (Ducats, dungeon currency, are coming soon! Stay tuned.)
This dungeon is based on the Halls of Salvation zone. If a player has completed the Halls of Salvation storyline ([[Every Dog Has Its Day]] quest), a familiar face ([[Cornelius]] Dungeon League) will greet the player in the Red Cloister and will allow access to the Heroic: Halls of Salvation zone. Once there, a travel pad can be unlocked for quick travel.
 
   
 
<h2>List of Raids areas</h2>
<h3>[[Heroic Red Cloister|Heroic Red Cloister]]</h3>
 
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<h3>[[The Chanteuse's Rookery]]</h3>
This dungeon is based on the Red Cloister zone.
 
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<h3>[[Bandicott Woods]]</h3>
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<h3>[[Bellamere Palace]]</h3>
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<h3>[[Flooded Cloisters]]</h3>
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<h3>[[Mulgrew Swamp]]</h3>
   
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[[Category: Raid Mechanics]]
<h3>[[Heroic Cathedral|Heroic Cathedral]]</h3>
 
This dungeon is based on the Cathedral zone. It has not yet been released.
 

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Raids are challenging, repeatable group zones in Villagers and Heroes, where player groups of different sizes can do timed runs for great rewards.

  • Possible as of May 18, 2020: Solo, 3-group, 6-group.
  • Availability: Public, Friends, Party
  • Only 99 levels available as of now.
  • The above might change over time.

At the moment 3/7 raid areas are open:

  • The Chanteuse's Rookery.
  • Bandicott Woods (Unlocks after completing The Chanteuse's Rookery, at bronze level)
  • Bellamere Palace: (Unlocks after completing 5 times The Chanteuse's Rookery, at bronze level)

From December 2020?, 2 more raids might open:

  • Flooded Cloisters
  • Mulgrew Swamp

Tiers

  • Currently, there are "None" Tier, "Bronze" Tier, “Silver” Tier, “Gold” Tier, and “Platinum” Tier.
  • You can unlock Bronze tier after completing a level 5 raid, Silver tier after a level 10 one, Gold tier after a level 15 one, and Platinum tier after a level 20 one.
    • Upon completing all raids at bronze tier (level 5,6,7), you will receive an exclusive 'Eclipse Fireworks' as a reward. (Eclipse Season 2020)
    • Upon completing all raids at silver tier (level 10,11,12), you will receive an exclusive 'Cameo of the Eclipse' as a reward. (Eclipse Season 2020)
    • Upon completing all raids at gold tier (level 15,16,17),you will receive an exclusive 'Steed of the Eclipse' as a reward. (Eclipse Season 2020)
    • Upon completing all raids at platinum tier (level 20,21,22), you will receive an exclusive 'Name Plate of the Eclipse' as a reward. (Eclipse Season 2020)

Gameplay

Loot Drops

Rewards

Every Time you complete a raid you earn:

  • Gold and Experience, scaled by challenge level and your level.
  • Relics/Relic progress, scaled by challenge level. Relics grant game-changing abilities during raids. (Ducats, dungeon currency, are coming soon! Stay tuned.)

List of Raids areas

The Chanteuse's Rookery

Bandicott Woods

Bellamere Palace

Flooded Cloisters

Mulgrew Swamp