As Summer comes to a close, the Fall Scroll of Fortune shows itself. It’s a three-month event that gives many rewards. Today I’ll be going through every single reward and giving my personal opinion on whether or not you should buy the Scroll, which costs 7500 Crowns.
There are 9 Tiers in the Fall Scroll of Fortune, with seven items each. This means there are 63 rewards in total. Of that 63, 31 are free of purchase as long as you are able to earn the points for them. That means there are 32 (or about half) of the rewards that can only be unlocked through purchasing a Scroll of Fortune (and earning the points, of course).
There are 6 free Gold rewards, totaling at 55,000 Gold. There are no locked Gold rewards, meaning that if you can reach 1675 points (the point count of the last Gold reward) you will have made 55,000 Gold off of the event. That isn’t that bad, although you can absolutely make that if you’re a high level able to farm bosses/dungeons for Gold. Overall not amazing, but who doesn’t like free Gold?
T1R2 (60 Points) – 2000 Gold
T2R4 (350 Points) – 3000 Gold
T3R6 (695 Points) – 5000 Gold
T4R4 (915 Points) – 10000 Gold
T5R5 (1300 Points) – 15000 Gold
T6R5 (1675 Points) – 20000 Gold
There are two mounts offered in the event. The first one is Tier 2 Reward 1 (245 Points), and it is the 7-Day Chompy Brontro Mount, a 2 passenger mount which gives +40% Speed. This mount is free, however I personally believe temporary mounts aren’t that useful (unless you’ve started a brand new account).
The second one is interesting, it’s Tier 7 Reward 7 (2205 Points), and it is the 90-Day Chromaticat Mount which gives +40% Speed. This mount is locked. This is interesting, as it’s a permanent mount, which stings, but it does stick around for 3 months after you initially equip it, which isn’t nothing.
There is one other piece of Gear, namely the Pumpkin Spice Wand at T6R7 (1785 Points), which is locked. This means all the gear you can get from the Fall Scroll of Fortune is a 7-day mount for free and a vanity wand and 3-month mount if you buy.
There are 10 Elixirs, with 6 being free and 4 locked. I don’t think the free elixirs are that bad, but the locked ones absolutely outrank them and if you use a lot of energy, the locked items may be for you. However if you don’t enjoy gardening, training pets, fishing, or doing any other activities that require energy consumption, you absolutely should not bother with the locked elixirs.
The random elixir (2,800 Points) is also fantastic because it’s free and offers many boosts, however it’s mainly for battling and questing (no PvP). If you like fishing, farming for animus, and training pets then you may want to take a chance on this elixir although you’re more likely to get an Elixir meant for questing and farming mobs/bosses.
T1R4 (120 Points) – Free Gold Boost Elixir
+10% Gold for 30 Minutes
T3R2 (535 Points) – Free XP Boost Elixir
+10% XP for 30 Minutes
T5R2 (1150 Points) – Locked Gardening Benefit Elixir
T5R4 (1250 Points) – Free Major Fishing Luck Elixir
+50% Fishing Luck for 1 Hour
T6R2 (1510 Points) – Locked Double Pet XP Elixir
T6R3 (1565 Points) – Free Energy Elixir
T7R5 (2085 Points) – Free Triple Animus Elixir
x3 Animus for 1 Hour
T8R6 (2595 Points) – Locked Double Pet XP Elixir
T9R2 (2800 Points) – Free Random Elixir
From the options that appear, it seems this elixir can be one of the following:
– Hyper Elixir (12 Hours, no trade)
– Triple Animus Elixir (1 Hour, no trade)
– Purreau’s Potion #9 Resets Hatching Timer
– Major Fishing Luck Elixir +50% Fishing Luck (1 Hour)
– Major Vengeful Elixir +120 Critical Rating (3 Hours, no pvp)
– Major Battle Elixir +10% Accuracy, +10% Damage (1 Hour, no pvp)
– Elixir of Fortification +120 Crit. Block Rating (1 Hour, no pvp)
– Major Power Elixir +20% Power Pip chance (1 Hour, no pvp)
– Major Accuracy Elixir +15% Accuracy (1 Hour, no pvp)
– Major Damage Elixir +15% Damage (1 Hour, no pvp)
T9R6 (3080 Points) – Locked 3x 1-Hour Gardening Benefit Elixirs
There are four housing items in the Fall Scroll of Fortune and they are all free except one. Three of them are vanity/decoration while the other (the fishing tank) is, in my personal opinion, a fantastic item and I’m very grateful that it’s free. I think the style is wonderful and this is a perfect item for you fish lovers. While I personally wouldn’t get the points just for the Painting or the Falling Leaves Globe, if you’re going for another item that requires about the same amount of points, you might as well go for these collector’s items as well. I believe the Bear Melee Dummies are a cute way to remind your visitors of their inevitable mortality, and if you enjoy decorating houses you should consider getting these because they’re a fine addition to any in-house dueling sigil!
T2R6 (420 Points) – Free 4 Bear Melee Dummies
T4R1 (780 Points) – Free Autumn Keeper Multi-Tank
T9R1 (2730 Points) – Locked Falling Leaves Globe
T9R4 (2940 Points) – Free Fall Scroll of Fortune Painting
Reagents, Spellements & Snacks
There are 15 Reagents/Spellements/Snacks rewards available, with only 4 of them being free. Overall, the reagents offered are okay but they are absolutely in no way worth buying a scroll for. Unless you’re incredibly desperate, no reagent or spellement offered here should be enough to convince you to buy a Scroll for 7500 Crowns.
T1R1 (30 Points) – Free 3 Dark Sprite/Scarab/Blood Bat/Imp Spellements
Gives 3 of either the Dark Sprite, Scarab, Blood Bat, or Imp Spellements. This isn’t incredibly useful, as leveling these up doesn’t benefit you very much for the work you put in, but the image on the card changes when you level it to its max level.
T1R6 (180 Points) – Free 3 Reagents from the Mega Reagents Pack
Gives 3 random reagents from the Mega Reagent pack, a booster pack in the Crown Shop costing 250 Crowns per pack.
T1R7 (210 Points) – Free 2 Doomsday Krok’s Time Limes
Time Limes were released as a reward from the Doomsday Krok Hoard Pack. They can be used to craft the Doomsday Krok Gauntlet.
T2R2 (280 Points) – Locked 2 Snacks from Mega Snack Pack
I can’t recommend buying a Scroll solely for an item like this. While the Snack Pack is very expensive, you’d be better off farming for mega snacks through gardening or high-level dungeons. However, if you decide to buy the Scroll for another reason, this is a nice item to get along with it. This is also the first locked item in the event.
T4R3 (870 Points) – Locked 5 Sinbad’s Magical Clay
Magical Clay is a reagent used to craft the Sinbad and the Iron Sultan Gauntlet. The reagent can originally be obtained by buying the Sinbad Hoard Pack.
T4R5 (960 Points) – Free 3 Thunder Snake/Scarab/Fire Cat/Frost Beetle Spellements
T4R6 (1005 Points) – Locked 3 Participation Trophy Reagents
Participation Trophies are a reagent sold by Nigel Higgenbottom in the Pet Pavilion for 800 Arena Tickets, and they are required for the Arcanum’s second crafting quest. These are very good to have and this will save you a lot of trouble, however since they’re locked you would have to purchase a Scroll. I wouldn’t pay 7500 Crowns for just some reagents, so unless you’re incredibly desperate this shouldn’t be the only reason to buy a Scroll.. but it is a difficult reagent to resist.
T5R6 (1350 Points) – Locked 30 Ghoul/Scorpion/Leprechaun/Troll Spellements
T6R4 (1620 Points) – Locked 10 Sinbad’s Magical Clay
T6R6 (1730 Points) – Locked 3 Shining Scales Reagent
Shining Scales, while quite sought after due to being necessary for the second Arcanum crafting quest, are actually quite easy to acquire in-game as long as you have the proper fishing spells and know the places where fishing chests give them. Personally, I’ve collected tons of this reagent even when I wasn’t purposefully fishing for it. I’ve found lots in the Elephant Graveyard in Zafaria (which is where you can also get Spider-themed furniture and Code Wands). Overall, a good reagent but not a solid reason to buy the scroll.
T7R4 (2025 Points) – Locked 3 Amber Reagent
Amber is a very infamous reagent as it is annoying to farm for and it’s required for crafting Loremaster spells and more. However, 3 Amber isn’t very much and the places to farm for Amber (Gladiator Dimachaerus, Cronus, and Sand Squid) aren’t too bad if you’re a high level. You can even end up getting some Exalted Mastery Amulets as a possible drop (I personally have at least 4 Exalted Death Masteries because of this!). Amulets aren’t school specific either, although I had the bad luck of getting a bunch of death masteries, but regardless I’d highly recommend farming for Amber rather than spending 7500 Crowns solely to have it.
T8R1 (2270 Points) – Locked 30 Fire Elf/Lightning Bats/Scorpion/Snow Serpent Spellements
T9R3 (2870 Points) – Locked Zom-Bee Talent Unlock Reagents
Pet Tokens are reagents used to unlock pet talents. I’d assume by the title that this is specifically for the Zom-Bee pet, so this may be too specific for you to care about unless you have or want that pet.
T9R5 (3010 Points) – Locked Alternate Time Lime Reagent
Alternate Time Limes are a reagent used to craft the Doomsday Krok Gauntlet alongside regular Time Limes. It seems you are only given one of this reagent, so if you aren’t interested in crafting the gauntlet this won’t be very important to you.
There are 5 Lunari rewards with 3 being free. If you do not purchase a scroll, you can receive up to 275 Lunari. If you do purchase a scroll however you can earn +700, for a total of 975 Lunari for the Beastmoon Hunt event. Knowing how slow and time-consuming it is to earn Lunari in the Beastmoon, this may be quite appealing to you, however it’s up to you to decide if this is a priority for you.
T1R3 (90 Points) Free 25 Lunari
T3R1 (495 Points) Free 50 Lunari
T4R2 (825 Points) Locked 200 Lunari
T7R6 (2145 Points) Locked 500 Lunari
T8R5 (2530 Points) Free 200 Lunari
T2R3 (315 Points) – Free 3 Hunter’s Moonstone
T2R5 (385 Points) – Locked 3 Uncommon Beastmoon Reagents (Elemental Moonstone / Spirit Moonstone / Balance Moonstone)
T7R2 (1905 Points) – Free 10 Eldritch Thread
T2R7 (455 Points) – Locked Myth Draconian Gold Idol
T3R3 (575 Points) – Locked 3 Fire Minotaur Idols
T5R3 (1200 Points) – Locked 3 Fire Ninja Pig Idols
T5R7 (1400 Points) – Locked Upgrade Myth Draconian Form (+Lunari?)
If you look at the reward, it may change pictures to show Lunari. It doesn’t say how many may be given, but it’s possible this reward also gives additional Lunari.
T8R4 (2465 Points) – Locked 3 Death Ninja Pig Idols
T8R7 (2660 Points) – Locked Upgrade Myth Draconian Form (+Lunari?)
T1R5 (150 Points) – Free Beastmoon Seed
T5R1 (1100 Points) – Free 3 Beastmoon Seeds
T3R4 (615 Points) – Free Death Rune Pack
T6R1 (1455 Points) – Free Fire Tower Pack
T7R1 (1845 Points) – Locked Fire Rune Pack
T7R3 (1965 Points) – Free 3 Augmentation Runes
T8R2 (2335 Points) – Free Myth Rune Pack
T3R5 (655 Points) – Locked Primeval Hoard Pack
T3R7 (735 Points) – Locked Balanceblade Citrine (Pet Jewel)
May Cast “Balanceblade” Spell
Ancient+ Only, Level 15+
T4R7 (1050 Points) – Locked Autumnal Apple Emote
T9R7 (3150 Points) – Locked Time to Leaf Teleport Effect
While some items are sorta tempting, nothing truly convinces me to spend 7500 Crowns on this scroll. I believe this may be best for people who participate heavily in the Beastmoon Hunt and for those who don’t want to farm for certain reagents, but if you didn’t like last season’s Scroll of Fortune, you won’t like this one either. The lawn chairs were succeeded by a snow globe and the Melting Point Ruby was succeeded by a may cast Balanceblade jewel, but the Participation Trophies, gauntlet reagents, and Double Pet XP Elixirs make this a certifiably tempting deal. The rest of the locked rewards aren’t enough for me to recommend this scroll, but if you think the items listed here are worth the price for you then you should definitely buy it for yourself.
I will say that I do love these events and I think they’re very cool and interesting, I’d just prefer if it was all free, as events are things where the rewards should be available to everyone in my opinion. Regardless, I hope you found this blog helpful in deciding whether or not the 2020 Fall Scroll of Fortune is right for you. Thanks for reading!