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    Default Dragon Hoard Levels

    These are the Hoard numbers a Dragon should have according to their adventure lv.

    1 : 100
    2 : 200
    3 : 300
    4 : 400
    5 : 500
    6 : 600
    7 : 700
    8 : 800
    9 : 900
    10 : 1000
    11 : 2600
    12 : 4200
    13 : 5800
    14 : 7400
    15 : 9000
    16 : 10600
    17 : 12200
    18 : 13800
    19 : 15400
    20 : 17000
    21 : 25100
    22 : 33200
    23 : 41300
    24 : 49400
    25 : 57500
    26 : 65600
    27 : 73700
    28 : 81800
    29 : 89900
    30 : 98000
    31 : 123600
    32 : 149200
    33 : 174800
    34 : 200400
    35 : 226000
    36 : 251600
    37 : 277200
    38 : 302800
    39 : 328400
    40 : 354000
    41 : 416500
    42 : 479000
    43 : 541500
    44 : 604000
    45 : 666500
    46 : 729000
    47 : 791500
    48 : 854000
    49 : 916500
    50 : 979000
    51 : 1108600
    52 : 1238200
    53 : 1367800
    54 : 1497400
    55 : 1627000
    56 : 1756600
    57 : 1886200
    58 : 2015800
    59 : 2145400
    60 : 2275000
    61 : 2515100
    62 : 2755200
    63 : 2995300
    64 : 3235400
    65 : 3475500
    66 : 3715600
    67 : 3955700
    68 : 4195800
    69 : 4435900
    70 : 4676000
    71 : 5085600
    72 : 5495200
    73 : 5904800
    74 : 6314400
    75 : 6724000
    76 : 7133600
    77 : 7543200
    78 : 7952800
    79 : 8362400
    80 : 8772000
    81 : 9428100
    82 : 10084200
    83 : 10740300
    84 : 11396400
    85 : 12052500
    86 : 12708600
    87 : 13364700
    88 : 14020800
    89 : 14676900
    90 : 15333000
    91 : 16333000
    92 : 17333000
    93 : 18333000
    94 : 19333000
    95 : 20333000
    96 : 21333000
    97 : 22333000
    98 : 23333000
    99 : 24333000
    100 : 25333000

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    How hoard works:

    You can put stuff in your hoard by dragging it onto the hoard picture at the bottom of the equipment window, or by right-clicking an inventory item and selecting hoard. You can also hoard raw coin at the rate of 10c per 1 point of hoard (not recommended). You can hoard money, scales, spells, tools, potions, weapons, jewelery, armor, trophy tokens, and special high-hoard value loot that drops from monsters (Bells, Coffers, Urns and the like)

    There is no limit to the amount of hoard you can have at any one time, however you only get a passive benefit from the number of hoard increments equal to your adventure level. So if you are a level 12 adventure you can get the bonus from the first 12 hoard increments if you have enough hoard.

    Each hoard increment gives you +4 armor and +1 breath of fire damage, with an "effective" cap of 25.3M

    Hoard also serves two other important functions:
    1. You need to have a minimum of 250,000 hoard as one of the requirements to begin the Rite of Passage Epic Quest (RoP) to become an Adult Dragon. There is no further hoard req to become an Ancient Dragon

    2. Hoard serves as ammunition to a number of special abilities, including some of a Dragon's strongest attacks: Gold Rage (high dam/debuff melee attack), Silver Strike (solid dam minor multistrike) and Shield of Gold (dam absorbtion buff). And apon Ancient status, Primal Rebirth (dragon rez), Dragon Fear (single target 45sec mez), Flame Burst (high dam AE breath weapon), Drain Strike (note only the ancient version uses hoard)
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    Sorry to disturb your wonderful post, but a question about this.
    I just recently made level 9 Dragon Adventurer and level 8 Dragon Crafter.
    Does this mean I need level 9 hoard? Or level 17 (both added together)?
    What if Crafter was higher level, does it go by highest level or just adventurer level?

    Assuming level 9, (I think my hoard is just over 1000 right now), does that mean I get 9x4=36 armor bonus, and 9 fire breath damage? Neat! Just amking sure I understand this right.

    Thanks for your help, wise one. This hatchling thanks you for your time.

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    Your Adventure level is what determines your hoard need.
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    The very frist line in the thread says

    "These are the Hoard numbers a Dragon should have according to their adventure lv"

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    Thanks (somehow missed the first line completely....)

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    My hatchling is 20/60 right now, with 30m hoard. No armour scales on and I'm over 500 armour, so I think craft levels do count.

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    Default Wow!!! I must really be doing something wrong!!!

    right now I am at level 56 with less that 400K hoard... how does that affect my abilities and such???
    I mean, does it mess with how effective I am with my attacks???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkbolt
    right now I am at level 56 with less that 400K hoard... how does that affect my abilities and such???
    Less than 400k hoard = lvl 40 Hoard

    You are lvl 56 Adv and could profit from additional Armor if you had 1.756.600 Hoard or above. As described every level of Hoard gives a bonus of +4 Armor and +1 dmg to your breath-Attacks.

    Possible Armor-Bonus: 84 [16 (Adv-level \. Hoard-level) x 4 = 84]

    It doesn't affect your abilites in a direct manner. But having lower hoard- than Adv-level doesn't allow you to have high Armor-Bonus and use hoard-burning special Abilities.

    But besides that ... being a Dragon has always been a matter of Hoard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAG
    Less than 400k hoard = lvl 40 Hoard

    You are lvl 56 Adv and could profit from additional Armor if you had 1.756.600 Hoard or above. As described every level of Hoard gives a bonus of +4 Armor and +1 dmg to your breath-Attacks.

    Possible Armor-Bonus: 84 [16 (Adv-level \. Hoard-level) x 4 = 84]

    It doesn't affect your abilites in a direct manner. But having lower hoard- than Adv-level doesn't allow you to have high Armor-Bonus and use hoard-burning special Abilities.

    But besides that ... being a Dragon has always been a matter of Hoard.

    ummm huh??

    that maths equasion wot the?? i think i did it wrong?? cos my answer wasa lie 154 or something or 1400ish. can't remember but wot is it?? and how do you do an =84?? LOL

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    There is no limit to the amount of hoard you can have at any one time, however you only get a passive benefit from the number of hoard increments equal to your adventure level.
    This is not true. Its highest level. I had a level 43 Adventure Dragon who was level 100 Craft and Lairshaping. I had 5.5 million hoard, which was a Level 72 hoard. I then added to it and I gained +4 Armor each time I hit the next hoard level. I ended up with enough hoard for level 87 around 13.5 million. With each hoard level my Armor went up by 4.

    This was done just a few days ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robins
    This is not true. Its highest level. I had a level 43 Adventure Dragon who was level 100 Craft and Lairshaping. I had 5.5 million hoard, which was a Level 72 hoard. I then added to it and I gained +4 Armor each time I hit the next hoard level. I ended up with enough hoard for level 87 around 13.5 million. With each hoard level my Armor went up by 4.

    This was done just a few days ago.

    Cry how do you figure it out cos i am curious..

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    At level 11 adventuring, Khargu already has right at 12k horde, I can't help myself, does this mean I am an over achiever?

    Seriously, do I garner additional benefits from a horde larger than prescribed for my level indefinitely?

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    The main benefit you gain is the knowledge that if you use hoard attacks, it won't drop you down in hoard lvl. This gets harder to maintain the higher lvl you are as it's a rather nasty exponential scale. 25 mil at lvl 100 is HUGE.
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