First mosaic (uncompleted).

Fragment.

There are 7 mosaics. You can get pieces of mosaics, called Fragments, by solving nonograms. When you get a Fragment, it will automatically be added to the first incomplete mosaic. Fragments are added from the left side of the mosaic where there's an empty space. You can not get the same Fragment twice. You can increase your chance of finding a Fragment by learning the Antiquarian skill (two levels, +5% chance per level). The amount of Fragments you can potentially find from solving a puzzle depends on puzzle size and difficulty. 80x80 puzzles will yield the largest prize (for a hard puzzle this can be as high as 20 Fragments). When you complete a mosaic you will be given a reward as listed below and unlock the next mosaic. When you finish a mosaic, excess Fragments, which don't fit in the finished mosaic, will be added to the next one automatically.

Mosaics' sizes and rewards

# of

Mosaics

Fragments Grid Reward for completion Coins per

Fragment

Experience

per Fragment

Ruby.png Coin.png Experience.png
#1 368 16 x 23 2 300 1000 0.815 or 1.087* 2.717
#2 640 20 x 32 2 500 2000 0.781 or 0.938* 3.125
#3 640 20 x 32 2 500 2000 0.781 or 0.938* 3.125
#4 640 20 x 32 2 500 2000 0.781 or 0.938* 3.125
#5 1280 40 x 32 2 700 4000 0.547 or 0.625* 3.125
#6 2560 40 x 64 2 1000 8000 0.391 or 0.430* 3.125
#7 2560 40 x 64 2 1000 8000 0.391 or 0.430* 3.125

*These numbers are calculated by adding Rubies (assuming 1 Ruby = 50 Coins).

Average amount of Coins per Fragment at any stage is:

Average amount of Experience per Fragment is: 3.101.

Completed Mosaics


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