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An item is considered to be everything you can see in your Warehouse tab/section. Below you can see, where every item in the game can be acquired and where it can be used (Achievements excluded).

Items in Warehouse tab.


If an item is nearly at full capacity (over 85% - rounded up) the number of that item will be dark red. If an item is at full capacity, the number of that item will be red. There is also a dark brown square behind the number of the item, which indicates how full the warehouse is of that item. The dark brown square covers the whole number, if the warehouse is full of that item.

Click on an item to find out more.

Coin.png
Fan.png
Spikes.png
Firework.png
Samurai armor.png
Wooden beam.png
Charcoal.png
Paper.png
Treasure.png
Dates.png
Tuna.png
Cup of coffee.png
Treasure map lvl. 2.png
Treasure map lvl. 4.png

Dinar.png
Arrows.png
Boomerang.png
Mortar.png
Battering ram.png
Wooden plank.png
Gunpowder.png
Silk.png
Pearl.png
Olive oil.png
Sushi.png
Date cake.png
Treasure map fragment lvl. 2.png
Treasure map fragment lvl. 4.png

Ruby.png
Katana.png
Petard.png
Kimono.png
Anchor.png
Stone.png
Iron sand.png
Glass.png
Coffee beans.png
Honey.png
Ramen.png
Treasure map lvl. 1.png
Treasure map lvl. 3.png
Treasure map lvl. 4.png

Elixir of insight.png
Shuriken.png
Bomb.png
Ninja suit.png
Wood.png
Steel.png
Chemicals.png
Gold ingot.png
Spices.png
Salmon.png
Curry.png
Treasure map fragment lvl. 1.png
Treasure map fragment lvl. 3.png
Artifacts-full-high-res.png

Mosaic (Fragment).png Mosaic (Fragment) is a fragment of a mosaic and it's not considered as an item. They drop from solved puzzles and get automatically added to the first uncompleted mosaic. They don't appear in you warehouse/inventory.

Ways to acquire items

Items can be acquired by:

Ways to use items

Items can be used for:

Item can (not) be sold in Shop.
Item can (not) be thrown into the Cauldron.

Storage capacity

Every item in the game has a limit of how much of that item can be stored in the warehouse (see Adventurers Guild -> Warehouse). If an item exceeds that limit, it will be converted to experience points (see Levelling -> Experience). You can increase storage capacity by:

Storage capacity, without increasing it with the ways listed above, is called "starting storage capacity". Storage capacity, increased with all the ways listed above, is called "maximum storage capacity". Percentages in parentheses are based on the starting storage capacity and always increase the maximum storage capacity by a fixed amount.

Example: Coin starting storage capacity is 400. You have built Warehouse lvl. 2 and Pier lvl. 1. The Warehouse will increase the maximum storage capacity by 400 (2 x 200) and Pier will increase it by another 200. So the maximum storage capacity with Warehouse lvl. 2 and Pier lvl. 1 for Coin will be 1 000.

Increasing storage capacity early on is not recommended, because items can be provided partially to buildings or thrown into the Cauldron. Increasing storage capacity is only really necessary when learning skills.

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