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Consumables & Currencies in detail (updated)

Gameplay
16.08.2019

Consumables in Conqueror’s Blade are a broad range of in-game items whose utility and value will depend largely on how you apportion your time and resources when playing the game. Of all the items, boosts and currencies listed below that are necessary to compete, all are available simply by playing the game. Those that aren’t are items of convenience. All are consumable - simply acquire and replace when necessary! 

CURRENCIES: Bronze Coins, Silver Coins, Sovereigns

ITEMS: Beginner's Bundle (NEW), Expansion Permit, Horse Trough, Martial Arts Manuscript (NEW), New Identity Documents (NEW), Personal History, Requisition Order, Scribal Service, Unit Training Plan (NEW), Vault Key 

BOOSTS: Hero XP Cards, Unit XP Cards, Premium Account 

WARLORD & ARMY: Mastery Points, Skill Points, Honour Points, Veterancy 

  • First published: 17th May 2019
  • Updated: June 14, 2019: Edits and clarifications made to some descriptions, including for Bronze and Silver coins.
  • Updated: August 16, 2019: Added Martial Arts Manuscript, New Identity Documents, Unit Training Plan, Beginner’s Bundle and Mastery Point transfer

 

CURRENCIES 

BRONZE COINS 

What are they? 

  • Bronze Coins are the primary currency of Conqueror’s Blade and are used for almost every transaction, such as buying and replenishing your units and their equipment.  
  • Bronze is also used to pay NPCs that craft warlord equipment for you. 

How do I earn them in-game? 

  • Bronze is awarded in large quantities when completing some quests and after each successful battle (Standard, Ironman mode & Expedition battles).
  • You can also find Bronze in lost wagons and camps in the open world. get it as login bonus (O) and as a reward for weekly and fief quests. 

How do I get more? 

  • If you have an active Premium Account, you will earn 30% more Bronze from matched battles. 

Anything else I should know? 

  • The losers of a battle will often earn just Bronze as much as the winners, depending on how well you participated in the battle. That’s because bragging rights and XP have more value.  
  • Not all quests reward Bronze. Quests can reward different combinations of Honour, Skill points, experience point, Bronze, and/or other items. 

 

SILVER COINS 

What are they? 

  • Silver is the currency used by players at the in-game Market to buy and sell goods such as Resources, Materials, Unit Equipment, Mounts, Siege Engines and some consumables.  
  • NPCs ask for Silver when selling artillery, crafting artillery or equipment for your troops and refining resources. 

How can I earn them in-game? 

  • Matched battles and open world battles have a chance to reward the victors with a small quantity of Silver. 
  • You can earn Silver Coins by selling items and resources you have gathered, found, won, or crafted in the Market for other players to purchase. The more rare and in-demand the item, the higher the price it can command.  
  • A good amount of Silver can be earned from your Fief each week (if you managed to retain it after that week’s Territory Wars are over) 

How else can I get Silver Coins? 

  • Silver Coins cannot be directly acquired with Sovereigns, but some items bought with Sovereigns can be sold in the Market for Silver. 
  • Silver is awarded in greater quantities after winning higher-risk battles, such as Ironman and Expedition battles. The greater the risk, the greater the reward. 
  • Also, after destroying Rebel Camps or winning high-risk battles, there is a chance to find a Secret Vault which can be unlocked with Vault Keys. (See Vault Key for more details.) 

Anything else I should know? 

  • Silver can be used as a substitute for Bronze in the event that you don't have enough for a transaction. You will be prompted to confirm such a purchase. 

 

SOVEREIGNS 

What are they? 

  • Sovereigns (aka Gold Sovereigns) are purchased using real-world money are used exclusively to buy hero and unit attire (cosmetic skins) and invest in extra consumables or convenience items via the in-game Store. 

Where can I get them in-game? 

  • Sovereigns can only be bought with local real-world currency from the game Store. 

How else do I get them? 

  • It is currently not possible to acquire Sovereigns through gameplay or via any in-game trade mechanisms. 

Anything else I should know? 

  • We have carefully tailored Sovereigns to ensure that game balance is not adversely affected while offering players with little time on their hands a means to acquire items of convenience. For example, an active Premium Account bought with Sovereigns will increase the amount of Bronze, Honor, and XP you gain from the events that give you those rewards during the course of normal play. 

ITEMS 

BEGINNER'S BUNDLE

What is it?

  • The Beginner’s Bundle is a collection of some of the most indispensable in-game convenience items, as well as a treasure trove of Bronze Coins, all wrapped up with three days of Premium Account time.

Can I find them in-game?

  • Many of the individual items (Bronze Coins, Vault Keys and Battle XP Cards) are available through gameplay, but the pack itself can only be bought from the F6 Store.

How can I get more?

  • Sorry. At the present time, Beginner's Packs are limited to one per account.

Anything else I should know?

  • As they are limited to one per account, when purchasing the Beginner's Bundle make sure you are logged in with the Warlord you want to receive the full benefits of it.

 

EXPANSION PERMIT 

What is it? 

  • A single Expansion Permit allows you to increase the size of your Barracks; to allow for the creation, recruitment and development of an additional unit squad. 
  • With Expansion Permits, players can have any number of units in their Barracks. 

How do earn them in-game? 

  • Expansion permits can be earned through quests, achievements and open world loot drops. 

How do I get more? 

  • Expansion Permits are available individually and in packs of five from the in-game Store. 

Anything else I should know? 

  • As with Horse Troughs, Expansion Permits do not include new units - you must unlock and invest in these yourself! The Permit simply allows you to have a bigger collection of diverse units in reserve. 
  • An Expansion Permit does not change the total number of units you can deploy at any one time, only from those you can choose to deploy. In the open world, the limit for all players is five (upon leaving your castle), while the number of units you can deploy to an instant battle is determined by the Leadership attribute. 

 

HORSE TROUGH 

What is it? 

  • A Horse Trough adds an extra horse slot to your inventory, so that, prior to a battle, you can “equip” an extra horse. If you then lose your other horses, you have another on which you can quickly rejoin the fray. 
  • By default, each player can have up to three horses, with a further three available by investing in Horse Troughs. 

How do I find them in-game? 

  • You will find that they drop from loot collected in the open world. 

How can I get more? 

  • Horse Troughs are available with Sovereigns via the in-game Store 
  • There’s no limit to the number of Horse Troughs you can buy, but unless you’re offering them for sale in the game’s Market, you won’t ever need more than a few. 

Anything else I should know? 

  • Horse Troughs do not include horses - you have to buy them separately. Horses can be killed in battle, make sure you dismount before that happens! 

 

MARTIAL ARTS MANUSCRIPT

What is it?

  • With a Martial Arts Manuscript you can quickly convert 100 Mastery Points to 100 Skill Points, allowing you to invest your specialist skills into new weapon specialisations (classes). 

Can I find them in-game?

  • You can earn them in-game as a dropped item.

How do I get more?

  • Martial Arts Manuscripts are available as single items from the in-game Store. 

 

NEW IDENTITY DOCUMENTS

What are they?

  • If your name is holding you back or it just doesn’t feel right, you can request a new one by submitting New Identity Documents to the authorities. 

Can I find them in-game?

  • No. If you want a new ID, you have to go via the in-game Store.

So, how do I get them? 

  • New Identity Documents can be purchased in-game by pressing F6

Anything else I should know?

  • When you use New Identity Documents you will be immediately taken to the character selection screen to rename your character.

  • When you elect to change your character name, the discarded name will remain unavailable for 48 hours as part of our account protection procedures. 

 

PERSONAL HISTORY 

What is it? 

  • The Personal History item allows you to reset a character’s Basic Attributes (Strength, Agility, Armour, Toughness), so that you can reassign all the attribute points you have amassed as a consequence of levelling up. This is important if you want to specialise in a new combat style or weapon, or you feel you have levelled your attributes poorly. 

How do I find them in-game? 

  • Personal History items are won as your character levels up at preset intervals. It’s also possible to acquire them from some loot drops. 

How do I get more? 

  • Individual Personal History tokens can be bought via the in-game Store with Sovereigns. 

Anything else I should know? 

  • Check out our guide to Basic Attributes! 

 

REQUISITION ORDER 

What is it? 

  • A Requisition Order is a permit issued by the local sheriff that allows you to gather resources from sites (such as Logging Camps, Quarries, Cotton Fields and Iron Mines) beyond your per-site daily limit. 

How can I earn them in-game? 

  • You will earn Requisition Orders by completing some early missions, as well by completing battles as part of your Daily Quests.  
  • You will also find that they drop from loot collected in the open world. 

How do I get more? 

  • Requisition Orders cannot be acquired with Sovereigns. You can only get them through daily quests and drops. 

Anything else? 

  • A Requisition Order isn’t necessary on your first visit to a resource site - each day you can extract at least one cycle of resources (without cost If the fief that owns the land allows it). However, if you have used up your daily extraction visits for a site, a Requisition Order will be required for each one.  

 

SCRIBAL SERVICE 

What is it? 

  • Every settlement or fief in the game has a message board - similar to a social media status update - that is accessible for visitors and passer-by to read. By using a Scribal Service token, you can post of your exploits, make idle threats against the locals, or simply leave a message of friendship.  

How do earn them in-game? 

  • The Scribal Service item is currently not obtainable through game activities but this may change in the future. 

How do I get more? 

  • Scribal Service tokens can be bought from the Store with Sovereigns. 

Anything else I should know? 

  • Messages can be no longer than 170 characters. 
  • Messages will be displayed on the fief board, new messages will push older messages further down. 
  • Messages can be liked by visitors. 
  • Inappropriate and / or abusive messages will be taken down without notice or refund. Further action may be taken against the person making the inappropriate post. 

 

UNIT TRAINING PLAN

What is it?

  • With a Unit Training Plan you can reset a unit’s Veterency Points, allowing you to invest in a different set of unit skills, attributes and abilities.

Can I find them in-game?

  • No, only via the in-game Store.

How do I get more?

  • Unit Training Plans are available to buy from the in-game Store. 

Anything else I should know?

 

VAULT KEY 

What is it? 

  • A Vault Key is an inventory item that’s used to unlock rewards from a Secret Vault, which is a bonus loot screen that has a chance of appearing after successfully eliminating a Rebel Camp or after high-risk Expedition and Ironman Mode Battles. There is also a small chance of it appearing after winning standard battles. 

Where can I get them in-game? 

  • It is possible to acquire up to seven Vault Keys each week by completing Weekly Quests. 
  • Vault Keys can also be acquired from the Market if other player’s are selling them.  

How do I get more? 

  • Premium Account holders are eligible to earn up to eight additional Vault Keys via Weekly Quests (two per stage). 

Anything else I should know? 

  • By completing Weekly Quests and through loot drops, players can collect the maximum number of usable Vault Keys per week. 
  • It’s not possible to acquire rare or expensive items from Secret Vaults - only a set quantity of Silver, some basic crafting materials and common equipment items. 

BOOSTS 

HERO / UNIT XP CARDS 

What are they? 

  • These are tokens that boost XP income during a battle. The Hero XP Card increases Warlord XP by 30%, while the Unit XP Card adds 50% to your active unit XP gains. 

How do I earn them in-game? 

  • Single cards can be acquired as quest rewards via gameplay. 

How do I get more? 

  • Both cards can be bought for Sovereigns in packs of ten!  

Anything else I should know? 

  • Battle XP card bonuses can be stacked with other XP boosts (such as from a Premium Account. 
  • Bonuses (including stacked bonuses) will only be applied to matchmaking battles.  

 

PREMIUM ACCOUNT 

What is it? 

  • When an account has been assigned Premium Account status, they will enjoy a 30% increase on all game XP (battles, quests etc), a 30% increase in XP for active units, 30% more Honor and a 30% increase in Bronze Coin. In addition, Premium Account characters can earn an extra eight Vault Keys per week as they complete their weekly quests. 

How can I earn them in-game? 

  • 1-day Premium Account time tokens are offered as quest rewards. 

How do I get more? 

  • A range of Premium Account items are available from the in-game Store, ranging from a 7-day Premium Account to 180 days! 

What else can you tell me? 

  • Once Premium Account time has been activated, the clock will run down continuously whether your character is logged into the game or not. 
  • Even if Premium Accounts are purchased while being logged in with a specific character, Premium Account status applies to all characters of an account. 

WARLORD & ARMY

MASTERY POINTS 

What are they? 

  • These points can be used to unlock the Skills of the weapon type they are earned on. 

Where can I get them in-game? 

  • When fighting and killing enemies in battles you earn Mastery Points which are bound to the weapon you used.  

How do I get more? 

  • There is no other way to earn Mastery Points. To battle! 

Anything else I should know? 

  • If you want to unlock a Skill and you find yourself out of Master Points in that weapon specialization, you can use Skill points to unlock the skill. 

 

SKILL POINTS 

What are they? 

  • These points can be used to learn how to wield additional weapons beyond the one you started with. 
  • Skill points can also unlock Skills of  any weapon specialization. 

Where can I get them in-game? 

  • When fighting and killing enemies in Matched and open world battles you earn Skill Points. 

How do I get more? 

  • Using a Martial Arts Manuscript you can convert 100 Mastery Points into 100 Skill Points. 

Anything else I should know? 

  • If you want to unlock a Skill and you find yourself out of Master Points in that weapon specialization, you can use Skill points to unlock the skill. 

 

HONOUR POINTS 

What are they? 

  • These points are also used to unlock new units and perks for your armies in the unit tree. 

Where can I get them in-game? 

  • Your Warlords can earn Honour when fighting in Matched Battles as well as Open World battles. 

How do I get more? 

  • Completing Fief quests is an excellent way of earning Honour. 

 

VETERNACY 

What is it? 

  • As you fight in battles and grow as a Warlord, your units learn and get more experienced as well. Each unit has its own upgrade chain with bonuses and tactical formations and manoeuvres to unlock that can be used in battle as abilities (Such as “Charge”). 

Where can I get them in-game? 

  • Using a unit in many battles will earn them Veterancy points which can be spent to train the units. 

How do I get more? 

  • There is no other way to earn Veterancy. To battle! 

Anything else I should know? 

  • You can reset unit Veterency Points with a Unit Training Plan.
  • Having a fully trained unit makes a huge difference and it will dominate an untrained unit of the same type. Choose the units that best compliment your warlord and stick with them to make them as strong as possible.