Cake Craze Events
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Cake Craze is a single-player variation of The Great Dragon Race, in which Trainers complete various tasks to earn ingredients needed for recipes. The ingredients are then used to prepare a specific dish over a set time frame. Finally, the completed dish can be claimed, earning points to progress towards milestones.
Timing & Requirements[edit | edit source]
Cake Craze runs for 7 days. The event was introduced in Update 5.9.
Configuration[edit | edit source]
There is no limit to recipes that the Trainer can cook during an event to earn points for the Event. All three Recipes can be cooked at the same time. Trainers can opt to refresh any or all of the recipes if they desire. Each recipe can be refreshed once every 10 minutes or immediately by pressing the Skip button if a Trainer wishes to pay the Gems cost to speed up the process. Each recipe has a different rarity and takes 6 hours to cook. The recipes given to the Trainer are random and the chances for their rarity varies. There is a ??% chance for an Uncommon recipe, ??% chance for a Rare, ??% chance for an Epic, and ??% chance for a Legendary recipe to be offered for selection. Once a dish is complete, the points can be collected by pressing the Claim button.
Quests[edit | edit source]
For the duration of this event, five Quests will be offered to choose from and will award 1-3 ingredients needed for recipes. The ingredients that are given are randomly-generated by the game, thus no ingredient is bound to a particular type of quest. These Quests can be trashed once every 10 minutes or immediately by pressing the Skip button (if a Trainer wishes to pay the Gems cost to speed up the process). Each time the Ingredients for a Quest get collected, a new Quest becomes available after a waiting time of 6 hours or immediately by pressing the Skip button.
Quests don't have to be activated before completion, they are fulfilled automatically when available if the required action is completed in a Trainer's game. Completed quests can be trashed if their ingredients are not desired by pressing the button at the bottom-left of each quest.
Ingredients[edit | edit source]
Each ingredient has rarity type indicated by a colored stripe above the ingredient. The rarity influences how often ingredients appear attached to Quests to determine the difficulty level for obtaining ingredients. Ingredients of the same rarity have the same probability of appearing, though the distribution of these is random, and since there are few ingredients, there are higher odds of seeing repeat ingredients.
Viewing Ingredients[edit | edit source]
The ingredients that a Trainer currently has can be accessed by going to the Event screen and choosing the My Ingredients option. Returning to the recipes screen, from the ingredients screen, is done by clicking anywhere.
Recipes[edit | edit source]
Once the Trainer has enough ingredients to cook a recipe, pressing the Cook button will commence the preparation of the recipe, which takes 6 hours. Each recipe can be refreshed once every 10 minutes or immediately by pressing the Skip button if a Trainer wishes to pay the Gems cost to speed up the process.
Scoring[edit | edit source]
Once a recipe is finished, to receive points for it and to be able to start another recipe, the rewarded food must be claimed Claim , allowing the Trainer to progress with milestones. The claimed recipe is replaced by a new one immediately.
Recipe Types and Ingredients[edit | edit source]
Each recipe also has a different rarity and thus a different difficulty level, as well as ingredients required. The duration for completion is set at 6 hours. The recipes given are random. The more rare a recipe is, the more challenging it is to complete and the higher the points awarded for its completion.
Only the first two ingredients are set according to the recipe rarity, with the third ingredient being a random one of any rarity.
Milestone Progress Rewards[edit | edit source]
Reaching the Milestones gives the Trainer the opportunity to claim the rewards. Those ready for claiming are highlighted with a green background, those already collected with gray.
Noteworthy Changes[edit | edit source]
- Update 6.0 a trash button was added for automatically fulfilled quests to be trashed if their associated ingredients are not desired. Previously those ingredients had to be collected if their associated automatically completing quests were completed whether intentionally or inadvertently.
- Update 5.9 introduction of Cake Craze Event.