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Tavern Upgrades[edit | edit source]
Upgrading the Tavern gives the player various benefits and enhancements to the player's party.
Tavern Upgrades are PERMANENT, so once purchased they won't go away when entering a new dimension.
Reputation[edit | edit source]
By buying Stools, Tables, Beds, and new Decor, the player can increase the reputation of the tavern to attract more patrons to choose from at a time. The player must increase the reputation of the tavern in order to unlock different types of patrons to hire.
Stools[edit | edit source]
Each Stool beyond the first has a 50% chance of attracting a patron to hire. Maximum of 6 can be bought with +10 Reputation each.
(cost 10/50/250/500/1000 Gold)
Tables[edit | edit source]
Each Table has a 75% chance of attracting a patron to hire. Maximum of 6 can be bought with +25 Reputation each.
(Cost 100/250/500/1000/2500/5000 Gold)
Beds[edit | edit source]
For a fee, players can refresh their choice of tavern patrons. Can be used to hire a full team. Fees increase by 10 gold each time a patron is hired up to 50 gold. Increases Reputation +10.
(Cost 100 Gold)
Decor[edit | edit source]
Upgrades the look of everything in the tavern. +50 reputation for each level. Maximum of 3 levels
(Cost 500/2500/5000 Gold)
Discounts[edit | edit source]
Purchasing Casks gives the player a discount when hiring patrons. Each Cask gives a 5% discount with 11 casks total can be bought.
(Cost 75/200/500/1000/5000/10k/10k/25k/25k/50k Gold)
Armory[edit | edit source]
Allows the salesman to offer stronger items for your adventurer! New equipment is available to purchase as the player progresses through the dungeon. Additionally, the player may sell or liquidate equipment for gold. Increases reputation by +10.
(Cost 50 Gold)
Wizard[edit | edit source]
The wizard can warp players farther into the dungeon. Only warps to locations players have passed. Increases Reputation +10.
(Cost 200 Gold)
Kitchen[edit | edit source]
Each Kitchen upgrade gives a 2% percent boost the party's HP. Maximum of 10 levels can be bought. Above 7/10 there is a chance of Dinner Boy versions of Soda junkies to appear at tables only if auto-equip is set to 'never'.
(Cost 1000/2000/4000/7500/10k/15k/20k/25k/35k/50k Gold)
Banker[edit | edit source]
Players can earn a Return Of Investment for their gold when they are not playing. 6 levels can be bought. Ideally, the more money the player has the more money is received. The banker can give up to a maximum of 10 million.
(Cost 2000/5k/15k/25k/50k/100k Gold)
NO ADS[edit | edit source]
No more Popup-Ads. Increases Reputation by +50. Apparently, the maker of this game needs more than just soda to live on ...
Can be switched on and off