Event Period: 13 Jun 2017 (Tue) 1700 until 27 Jun 2017 (Tue) 14:00 Japan Standard Time.
Related event: Other Village of Treasures events
How to PlayEdit
- You can access the event by clicking the event banner at the top of the Front Lines menu.
- Each time you enter an event map, you will consume 1 Event Pass. You can carry up to 3 Event Passes at a time.
- Refilling Event Passes costs 1000 Koban. You are only allowed to refill them once you use up all 3.
- Event Passes will also automatically refill for free at 5:00 and 17:00 JST (GMT+9).
- There are four event stages of varying difficulty levels. Each time you pass through a node, you will draw a card. These cards can have different effects. More details about these cards are found under Types of Cards.
There are 3 ways of obtaining beads from this event:
- Drawing a beads card,
- Being victorious against an enemy after drawing an enemy card
- Defeating the boss node.
Beads can be used to obtain various rewards.
Special Passes are useful items that can only be used in Village of Treasures - Instrument Gathering Stage events. Special Passes will be available as event rewards and sold in the Shop. Effects of the Special Pass:
- A Special Pass will be consumed instead of the normal pass.
- The kaika card is guaranteed to appear on the first node.
- Even if the whole team is defeated, all obtained beads will be brought back to the citadel.
Note: When the Special Pass is in use, the in-use indicator will be displayed on the upper left corner of the map.
Since there will be changes in this system during the next Village of Treasures event, any unused special pass will disappear after this event.
- In this event, instruments may be obtained as a rare drop from defeating the enemies at any node.
- There are 5 types of instruments: fue, koto, shamisen, taiko and suzu .
- Normal enemy nodes drop fue, koto and shamisen, while the boss node drops taiko and suzu .
- The collected instruments may be exchanged for "Attendant Sword Music" at the Backgrounds, Obtain Music button.The amount needed to exchange for each "Attendant Sword Music" may differ.
- Once you obtain the "Attendant Sword Music", you may change the Citadel BGM. You can trade instruments for "Attendant Sword Music" in the Backgrounds menu.
- After the event, instruments will remain in your inventory, and the songs will always be available for purchase.
- The maximum number of an instrument you can own is 999.
- The new "Attendant Sword Music" are:
In the Event of Internet DisconnectionsEdit
During the event, if the game is interrupted due to connection issues, it may be possible to continue playing from where the interruption occurred after logging in again within 24 hours of the disconnection.
Furthermore, if the interruption occurred after a battle has begun, the battle will be considered completed with the outcome decided. If the outcome was a defeat, the player will be returned to the citadel with the bead number reflecting this outcome.
However, if 24 hours have passed, the beads will not be added to the final count, and the pass will not be recovered.
- Upon returning to the citadel, health and troops lost during the sortie will be restored.
- Fatigue accumulates as normal.
- Swords cannot break in the event. Any swords that are pushed back or have their HP reduced to 1 will not be able to participate for the rest of the current map.
- You will be forced to return to the citadel if:
- Your entire team is forced to withdraw because of severe damage.
- Your team captain is forced to withdraw because of severe damage.
- Your team lost a battle
- You will only retain 25% of the beads from your run if you are forced to return to the citadel. This does not apply to choosing to return to the citadel after passing a node..
- No swords will drop after defeating enemies in the event maps.
- Missions can be completed with sorties to the village.
- Omamori and Omamori Kyoku will not activate and will not be consumed.
- There is no level limit to gain experience.
- Kebiishi will not appear.
- Bead count is shown at the bottom of the event screen, a list of bead milestones and their corresponding rewards can be accessed by clicking the red button to the right of the bead count.
- Obtained beads will disappear after the event.
Type of CardsEdit
You will earn the number of beads indicated on the card. Green earns you 1 bead, blue earns you 5 beads, and red earns you 10 beads.
You will go into battle against the enemy. The enemy team will consist solely of the type of sword indicated on the card you've drawn. Each time an enemy card of the same type is drawn, the enemies become stronger, with an increased chance of getting instrument drops. Defeating enemies also awards beads based on the difficulty of the map and how many of the same enemy cards have been drawn.
- 1st draw: Enemies appropriate for the difficulty level of the map will appear.
- 2nd draw: A stronger enemy leader will appear, but the enemy can still be defeated if your team is strong enough.
- 3rd draw: Two stronger enemies will appear, but the enemy can still be defeated if your team is strong enough.
- 4th draw: The enemies' strength has become too great, but the enemy can still be defeated if your team is strong enough.
- Dokuya (Poison Darts): Some HP damage will be dealt on swords.
- Bomb: 3 troops will be removed when this card is drawn.
- Trap/Pitfall: You will lose some beads. Fewer beads will be lost on easier maps.
- Kaika (Mysterious Fire): You will get double (2x) the amount of beads after obtaining the 1st card and quadruple (4x) the amount of beads for 2nd card.
|Rewards||Beads Needed||Rewards||Beads Needed||Rewards||Beads Needed|
|Special Pass x1||100||Fue x1||14000||Mikazuki Munechika x1||35000|
|Gold Light Infantry x1||200||Steel x1000||15000||Coolant x2500||36000|
|Gold Light Cavalry x1||300||Koto x1||16000||Whetstone x2500||37000|
|Koban (Small) x2||500||Coolant x1000||17000||Charcoal x2500||38000|
|Gold Heavy Infantry x1||750||Whetstone x1000||18000||Steel x2500||39000|
|Gold Heavy Infantry x1||1000||Charcoal x100||19000||Koban (Large) x2||40000|
|Charcoal x500||1500||Ichigo Hitofuri x1||20000||Gold Archer x1||41000|
|Steel x500||2000||Makunouchi Bento x2||21000||Gold Light Infantry x1||42000|
|Coolant x500||2500||Gramophone x2||22000||Gold Light Cavalry x1||43000|
|Whetstone x500||3000||Suzu x1||23000||Gold Catapult x1||44000|
|Gold Catapult x1||3500||Expedition Recall Pigeon x1||24000||Gold Musketeers x1||45000|
|Gold Spearmen x1||4000||Taiko x1||25000||Gold Heavy Infantry x1||46000|
|Gold Musketeers x1||4500||Omamori x1||26000||Gold Heavy Infantry x1||47000|
|Special Pass x1||5000||Makunouchi Bento x1||27000||Gold Shieldmen x1||48000|
|Koban (Large) x1||6000||Help Token x3||28000||Gold Spearmen x1||49000|
|Help Token x2||7000||Plum Ofuda x1||29000||Pine Ofuda x1||50000|
|Gold Shieldmen x1||8000||Travel Kit x1||30000||Gold Elite x1||51000|
|Gramophone x1||9000||Bamboo Ofuda x1||31000||Whetstone x3000||52500|
|Shokudaikiri Mitsutada x1||10000||Travel Garb x1||32000||Charcoal x3000||55000|
|Special Pass x1||11000||Expedition Recall Pigeon x2||33000||Steel x3000||57500|
|Shamisen x1||12000||Letter Set x1||34000||Coolant x3000||60000|
|Gold Elite x1||13000|
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