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Blue Dungeon Tokens

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The Blue Dungeon Tokens were discontinued in update 4.6.
See Dungeon Tokens for information on the new currency.


Dungeon Tokens were a type of currency introduced in Update 1.3 as part of the Clockwork Dungeon feature. They were used for purchasing exclusive Dungeon Dragons and decorations in the Dungeon Shop.

The only way to obtain Tokens was by winning battles in the Dungeon and then opening the Dungeon Chest(s) after all six battles were won. Dungeon Chests offered the most amount of Tokens, but they were not awarded if a Dragon was found inside the chest. The Dungeon reset every 24 hours, thus Tokens could be earned every day. Between 20 and 200 Dungeon Tokens were given for each battle won and between 444 and 653 Tokens were given per Dungeon Chest.

Dungeon Token Multiplier[edit]

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The number of Tokens won in each battle could be doubled with the purchase of the Dungeon Token Multiplier. The multiplier cost 35 Gems and would last for 2 days. The duration of the multiplier was extended by the VIP Level of a Trainer: levels 5 to 10 extended it by 4 hours, levels 11 to 13 extended it by 8 hours, levels 14 to 17 extended it by 10 hours, levels 18 and 19 extended it by 12 hours and Level 20 extended it by 18 hours. The multiplier did not double the Tokens received from Dungeon Chests. Pressing the Dungeon Token Multiplier Button.png button while inside the Dungeon would bring up an information window that would show the description for the multiplier and how long its effect would last once activated. Pressing the Buy button inside this window would activate the multiplier once the cost was paid. Pressing the Activate VIP button would bring the Trainer to the screen where they could purchase VIP Tickets.

Noteworthy Changes[edit]

  • Discontinued in Update 4.6.
  • Update 3.2 added additional VIP Levels which, in turn, modified the duration of the Dungeon Token Multiplier.
  • Update 1.8 introduced VIP Levels which, from a certain point, extend the duration of the Dungeon Token Multiplier.