The clues you found brought you to a man named Sinbad – an experienced sailor that knows the area like the back of his hand. You hear from the locals that there may be a large amount of treasure hidden on this island, so you decide to investigate more.
Goal Defeat all sailor camps
Reward Get lots of elite resources, experience points, and maybe a rare building!
Note Elite units can be used.
The sea snake has been slain. There are no signs of any treasure or Scheherezade at all, but you find a silver lining knowing that the shiny sea snake scales are worth a lot, so long as you can figure out where to take them. Having hit a dead end, you hope Ali Baba has better luck than you.
Defeated, you never manage to reach the cave where the treasure allegedly lies. Sinbad and you retire, wondering if the treasure cave of legend actually exists.
|Player level required:||56+||Obtaining:||Ali Baba and the Treasure of Wisdom – 25%||Experience Points:||414265 / 1036|
|Number of players:||2||Completion Reward:||Blank card:|
|Available time:||336 h / 14 d||Archive:||—|
|Rumor has it…||
You meet Sinbad, an experienced sailor upon your arrival. He tells you that he has heard rumors among other sailors of a great treasure hidden on this island. In order for them to share more information, however, you’ll have to win them over by doing what they like doing the most – brawling.
The sailors are impressed by your strength, and share with you a few more details. It seems that somewhere on this island there is a cave, in which there are lots of glittering gems. Sinbad seems interested in this, so he decides to accompany you on this adventure.
|Into the Cave||
You decide to make your way to the cave the sailors mentioned. You seem to not be the only one after the treasure, though, as there are some bandits heading over there too.
The sea snake was definitely an unexpected enemy to face, but you prevailed nonetheless. The sunlight reflects across all of its scales, making them glitter like diamonds. Sinbad then starts laughing, as he realizes that whoever started the rumor mistook the sea snake’s scales for glittering diamonds.
– All the data presented in the table are for reference.
– More detailed and accurate information is available directly on the map of passage.
– Possible to sort the data.
|Block: Elite Soldier|
|Block: Mounted Marksman|
|Block: Mounted Swordsman|
|Block: Armored Marksman|
|Block with a stopwatch, not the generals sent each other|
|Quick passage, not the full experience|