|Opened on:||5th June, 2019|
Aware of Vacuity
|Entrance:||Tremolo the Tiger|
South-West Archosaur (525, 636)
Adventure Kingdom, also known as Wonderland, is an event location added with the Wonderland expansion. It is available for players that are level 80 or higher and have completed their Aware of Vacuity cultivation. The Adventure Kingdom is a theme park owned by Tremolo the Tiger.
The Adventure Kingdom was designed based on the five big capitals of Perfect World: Archosaur, Neverfall, Durna, City of Peace and Glacier City. It is filled with various attractions and activities for players to enjoy. Some activities may also reward players with titles or Adventure Coins that can be exchanged for goods.
- 1 Story
- 2 Maps
- 3 Accessing the Adventure Kingdom
- 4 Obtaining Tickets
- 5 Adventure Kingdom Schedule
- 6 Archosaur Square
- 7 Peach Blossom Cove
- 8 Verdant Sea
- 9 Cretaceous Vale
- 10 Mandala Palace
- 11 Castle of Wondrous Fate
- 12 Frost March
- 13 Special Daily Quests
- 14 Adventure Kingdom Rewards
- 15 Reward Exchange
- 16 Videos
Story[edit | edit source]
Guard Seven helps adventurers investigate missing children in Archosaur, eventually discovering a portal to Adventure Kingdom, a magnificent amusement park run by Tremolo the Tiger. It is said that Tremolo's ancestors visited all of Perfect World's five great city-states, spending centuries studying their architecture and incorporating it into Adventure Kingdom. Eventually, Tremolo inherited the park from his father. In his youth he loved the thrill rides, and as he got older he made many wonderful memories with various girls enjoying themselves in Adventure Kingdom. Eventually, he decided to open the park to the residents of Perfect World as well.
Maps[edit | edit source]
Accessing the Adventure Kingdom[edit | edit source]
Players that want to access the Adventure Kingdom for the first time have to complete a short quest line that begins with Granny Sun at (521, 644) in Archosaur. Granny Sun is looking for her granddaughter, Bai Fon, who has gone missing. The quest line will eventually lead players to Tremolo the Tiger, who will teleport the players to the Adventure Kingdom. Players that have already completed the quest line can access the Adventure Kingdom by talking to Tremolo the Tiger at (525, 636) in southwest Archosaur.
Obtaining Tickets[edit | edit source]
Players can obtain their daily Divination of Luck from Larpa the Wizard in Archosaur Square. The divination will give players their daily fortune such as their lucky number, lucky color or what they should do or shouldn't do that day. The divination has no purpose other than entertainment.
Larpa the Wizard will also give players a time-limited pass. The pass will allow players to complete a few, short daily quests to obtain tickets that will allow them to play the Adventure Kingdom's games. The name of the pass will indicate the area in which players can find their daily quests. Daily quests will be activated automatically upon receiving the pass and can be found in the quest log. The quests must be completed within an hour. All quests that are completed after the pass has expired will fail.
After completing the park's daily quests, players will receive a time-limited Adventurer's Casual Ticket which lasts 8 hours, and some special time-limited tickets that last 24 hours. Casual tickets are used for practice and can be used as many times as the players wish. Special tickets can only be used during specific days and time frames, but will reward players with Adventure Coins that can be exchanged for goods. The only games that require tickets are the Shooting Gallery, the Whack-A-Mole, the Drift Race and the Tiger Gauntlet.
Adventure Kingdom Schedule[edit | edit source]
Players can participate in each game by obtaining time-limited tickets with the daily divination quest from Larpa the Wizard in Archosaur Square. Each event, except the Tiger Gauntlet, can be run infinitely using an Adventurer's Casual Ticket, however this will not award Adventure Coins nor will it count towards any titles. Players can receive rewards from each event using specific event tickets at certain times on certain days.
Archosaur Square[edit | edit source]
Archosaur Square is the central area of the Adventure Kingdom. It is based on the capital city of the Midlands, Archosaur. Players will arrive in the Archosaur Square upon entering the park. In this area, players can find Larpa the Wizard to receive their daily Divination of Luck as well as their daily pass to complete their daily quests. Magician Zoshan is located close to Larpa the Wizard, and he will give players their daily Message Bottles and Message Hooks. A mailbox and a banker are also available in this area.
Goldfish Flower[edit | edit source]
The Goldfish Flower is a carousel located at the center of Archosaur Square. Players can ride the Goldfish Flower by speaking to the Goldfish Flower Manager nearby. The Goldfish Flower does not require a ticket and can be ridden as many times as the player wishes. Each ride lasts two minutes. While riding the Goldfish Flower, players can switch between a first-person perspective or a third-person perspective.
Peach Blossom Cove[edit | edit source]
The Peach Blossom Cove is located in the northern part of the Adventure Kingdom. It is filled with beautiful peach trees.
Kite Pond[edit | edit source]
The Kite Pond is a pond located on the western side of the Peach Blossom Cove. Once a day, players can speak to Magician Zoshan in Archosaur Square (348, 546) to receive 3 Message Bottles and 3 Message Hooks. Message Bottles and Message Hooks can be used in the Kite Pond, by right-clicking on them from the inventory while being in the water.
Message Bottles are used to send messages inside bottles which players from all servers may find while using their Message Hooks. Players can choose to display their name in their messages or they can choose to send messages anonymously. Players can also respond to these messages if they wish. Magician Zoshan and Message Bottles in the Kite Pond's water will offer the option to check the list of Message Bottles a player has sent or collected.
Message Hooks are used for fishing in the Kite Pond's water. Players may pick up Message Bottles from other players or they may find other surprises. When a player uses a Message Hook, they will be put into a fishing mini-game. A bar will appear on the screen with a marker that constantly moves across it. Pressing the Space key will make the player character use the hook and receive whatever they caught.
If the player stops the marker in the yellow area they may receive one of the following:
- Sand in Bottle (25%)
- Dream of Reminiscence (25%)
- Message Bottle (60%)
- Random Pigment (10%)
If the player stops the marker in the red area they may receive one of the following:
- Sand in Bottle x2 (50%)
- Message Bottle (40%)
- First Lotus (5%)
- Rose Heart (5%)
Players can exchange 100 Sand in Bottle at Magician Zoshan for unique titles.
Verdant Sea[edit | edit source]
The Verdant Sea is located in the northeast area of the Adventure Kingdom. It is based on the City of Peace, the capital city of the Dark Empire. The Verdant Sea is one of the designated daily quest areas.
Kraken's Vengeance[edit | edit source]
The Kraken's Vengeance is a boat ride located on the northern side of the Verdant Sea. Players can ride the Kraken's Vengeance by speaking to the Kraken's Vengeance Manager nearby. The Kraken's Vengeance does not require a ticket and can be ridden as many times as the player wishes. Each ride lasts two minutes. While riding the Kraken's Vengeance, players can switch between a first-person perspective or a third-person perspective.
Whirling Flash[edit | edit source]
The Whirling Flash is a ride located on the northern side of the Verdant Sea. Players can ride the Whirling Flash by speaking to the Whirling Flash Manager nearby. The Whirling Flash does not require a ticket and can be ridden as many times as the player wishes. Each ride lasts two minutes. While riding the Whirling Flash, players can switch between a first-person perspective or a third-person perspective.
Eye of Jade[edit | edit source]
The Eye of Jade is a Ferris wheel ride located on the southern side of the Verdant Sea. Players can ride the Eye of Jade by speaking to the Eye of Jade Manager nearby. The Eye of Jade does not require a ticket and can be ridden as many times as the player wishes. Each ride lasts two minutes. While riding the Eye of Jade, players can switch between a first-person perspective or a third-person perspective.
Whack-A-Mole[edit | edit source]
The Whack-A-Mole is a game located in the central area of the Verdant Sea. If players have an Adventurer's Casual Ticket or a Hammer's Joy Ticket, they can play the Whack-A-Mole game by speaking to the Whack-A-Mole Manager nearby. Using a Hammer's Joy Ticket will allow players to win Adventure Coins, but will consume the ticket as a result.
Once a player participates the Whack-A-Mole game, they will have to rotate their camera to face the ground. There they can control a hammer to hit wooden dummies by right-clicking and hovering their mouse over them. Hitting red wooden dummies will grant 3 points per hit. Green dummies will give no points.
Cretaceous Vale[edit | edit source]
The Cretaceous Vale is located in the southeast area of the Adventure Kingdom. It features a giant snake which is actually a short dungeon. Players can enter this short dungeon through the snake's mouth.
Pterosaur's Flight[edit | edit source]
The Pterosaur's Flight is a roller-coaster ride located in the Cretaceous Vale. Players can ride the Pterosaur's Flight by speaking to the Pterosaur's Flight Manager nearby. The Pterosaur's Flight does not require a ticket and can be ridden as many times as the player wishes. Each ride lasts two minutes. While riding the Pterosaur's Flight, players can switch between a first-person perspective or a third-person perspective.
Mandala Palace[edit | edit source]
The Mandala Palace is located in the southern part of the Adventure Kingdom. It is based on Durna, the capital city of the Flame Empire. The Mandala Palace is one of the designated daily quest areas.
Shooting Gallery[edit | edit source]
The Shooting Gallery is a game located in the Mandala Palace. If players have an Adventurer's Casual Ticket or a Shooter's Joy Ticket, they can play the Shooting Gallery game by speaking to the Shooting Gallery Manager nearby. Using a Shooter's Joy Ticket will allow players to win Adventure Coins, but will consume the ticket as a result.
Once a player participates in the Shooting Gallery game, they will control a canon to hit targets on the other side by right-clicking and hovering their mouse over the target they wish to hit. When a player hits the center of the target, marked by a red color, they will receive more points. Targets that are harder to hit will also grant more points.
Tiger Gauntlet[edit | edit source]
The Tiger Gauntlet is racing game located in the Mandala Palace. If players have a Runner's Joy Ticket, they can play the Tiger Gauntlet game by speaking to the Tiger Gauntlet Manager on the eastern side of the Mandala Palace. Using a Runner's Joy Ticket will allow players to win Adventure Coins, but will consume the ticket as a result.
Players will be turned into a tiger and they will have to run through 45 checkpoints in the proper order throughout the entire map of the Adventure Kingdom. An icon will appear under the player avatar with a number indicator showing the number of checkpoints the player has gone through. Checkpoints may sometimes take a couple of seconds to register a player so it is advised to pay attention to the checkpoint indicator to make sure no checkpoints were missed.
Tiger Gauntlet Traps[edit | edit source]
Various traps will be laid on the ground by the game. These traps cause various effects such as freezing the player, knocking the player back, slowing the player down, knocking the player in the air and pulling the player away. Players can also lay traps on the ground by collecting emblems. Emblems can be acquired by running through the floating yellow circles with a question mark icon.
There are two types of emblems players can acquire:
- Blinding Emblem: Causes a brief black screen preventing players from seeing where they are going.
- Drunk Emblem: Causes a drunk status in which the screen becomes blurry and the movement controls will be affected, causing the player to go in different directions.
A window at the bottom of the screen will show a list of skills. Number 2 and 3 are the traps players can lay down. Pressing or clicking one of the two numbers will activate a circle around the player indicating the range of the area in which they can lay down the trap. The player can then left-click anywhere on the screen that is within the circle to put down a trap. When a trap is laid, the corresponding emblem will be consumed.
Tiger Gauntlet Boosts[edit | edit source]
Players can receive a brief speed boost by running through the floating green circles with a plus sign icon. Players can also collect Immortal Emblems by running through the floating yellow circles with a question mark icon. Immortal Emblems will grant players invincibility for a short time allowing them to be immune to any type of trap. A window at the bottom of the screen will show a list of skills. Pressing or clicking on number 1 will activate the invincibility and consume the corresponding emblem.
Castle of Wondrous Fate[edit | edit source]
The Castle of Wondrous Fate is located in the southwest area of the Adventure Kingdom. It is based on Neverfall, the capital city of the Light Empire. The Castle of Wondrous Fate is one of the designated daily quest areas.
Drift Race[edit | edit source]
The Drift Race is a game located in the Castle of Wondrous Fate. If players have an Adventurer's Casual Ticket or a Racer's Joy Ticket, they can play the Drift Race game by signing up for the race. A penguin icon will appear next to the minimap, which players can click to open the Drift Race menu. There they have to option to register for the race or resign. The game will begin automatically when 9 players have registered for the race. Leaving the Drift Race area will automatically resign the player.
Once the Drift Race begins, players will control an animal-shaped bumper car. They can run into other players' bumper cars and knock them back to reduce their health. Colored orbs will appear around the Drift Race area and players can gain positive or negative effects by running through them.
- Green orbs will restore some of the player's health.
- Yellow orbs will reduce some of the player's health.
- Blue orbs with a shield icon will make the player invincible.
- Blue orbs with a snowflake icon will temporarily freeze the player.
A player's score is equal to the player's health at the end of a Drift Race game. The players with the highest health will have the highest score.
Frost March[edit | edit source]
The Frost March is located in the northwest area of the Adventure Kingdom. It is based on Glacier City, the capital city of the Frost Empire. The Frost March is one of the designated daily quest areas.
Horizon Leap[edit | edit source]
The Horizon Leap is a ride located in the eastern side of the Frost March. Players can ride the Horizon Leap by speaking to the Horizon Leap Manager nearby. The Horizon Leap does not require a ticket and can be ridden as many times as the player wishes. Each ride lasts two minutes. While riding the Horizon Leap, players can switch between a first-person perspective or a third-person perspective.
Special Daily Quests[edit | edit source]
Every hour, three random NPCs will appear in various locations in the Adventure Kingdom. Each NPC will give players a quest. Completing the quest will reward players with one Turo Adventure Order and 500,000 experience points. Each one of these quests can be completed once a day.
Completing the Find the Candy treasure map quests from the Little Boy, the Rabbit Doctor and Mr.Ape multiple times will reward players with titles. The Turo Adventure Orders which can be exchanged for a Glaze Rabbit all-class pet at the Ambassador Maomao at (525, 636) in southwest Archosaur. The Glaze Rabbit requires 388 Turo Adventure Orders.
- Icy Snow Artifact - Savagian Elder (343, 562)
- Find the Candy - Candy House - Little Boy (309, 507)
- Find the Candy - Circus - Rabbit Doctor (329, 518)
- Find the Candy - Square - Mr. Ape (345, 534)
- Whirling Maiden's Pet - Whirling Maiden (356, 517)
- Misfired Golden Arrow - Cupid (323, 520)
- Emperor Penguin Traveler - Pele the Emperor Penguin (380, 562)
- Greedy Panda - Tan the Panda (359, 560)
- A Jar of Three Whites - Leroin (338, 578)
- Golden Sparrow Hairpin - Artes (348, 586)
Adventure Kingdom Rewards[edit | edit source]
|60.1-100||Smiling Adventure Coin x2|
|50.1-60||Smiling Adventure Coin x1, Confused Adventure Coin x1|
|40.1-50||Smiling Adventure Coin x1, Mysterious Adventure Coin x1|
|30.1-40||Confused Adventure Coin x1, Mysterious Adventure Coin x1|
|0-30||Mysterious Adventure Coin x2|
|1000||Smiling Adventure Coin x2|
|160||Smiling Adventure Coin x1, Confused Adventure Coin x1|
|120||Smiling Adventure Coin x1, Mysterious Adventure Coin x1|
|90||Confused Adventure Coin x1, Mysterious Adventure Coin x1|
|70||Mysterious Adventure Coin x2|
|>=4000||Smiling Adventure Coin x2|
|3700-4000||Smiling Adventure Coin x1, Confused Adventure Coin x1|
|3400-3700||Smiling Adventure Coin x1, Mysterious Adventure Coin x1|
|3100-3400||Confused Adventure Coin x1, Mysterious Adventure Coin x1|
|2800-3100||Mysterious Adventure Coin x2|
|<2800||Not listed in the ranking. No reward.|
|<15 Min||Smiling Adventure Coin x6|
|<24min||Smiling Adventure Coin x3, Confused Adventure Coin x3|
|<36min||Smiling Adventure Coin x3, Mysterious Adventure Coin x3|
|<60 Min||Confused Adventure Coin x3, Mysterious Adventure Coin x3|
The first 10 players to complete the Tiger Gauntlet will receive an additional reward of 2 Smiling Adventure Coins.
Reward Exchange[edit | edit source]
Adventure Coins can be exchanged for rewards at the Ambassador Maomao at (525, 636) in southwest Archosaur or at President Tremolo in Archosaur Square. Many rewards require Smiling Adventure Coins. Confused Adventure Coins and Mysterious Adventure Coin can be converted into Smiling Adventure Coins at the same NPCs for a coin fee or by using Turo Adventure Orders.
|Item||Adventure Coin Type||Quantity||Fee|
|Smiling Adventure Coin||Mysterious Adventure Coin||1||200,000|
|Smiling Adventure Coin||Confused Adventure Coin||1||100,000|
|Smiling Adventure Coin||Confused Adventure Coin||1|
|Turo Adventure Order||2|
|Smiling Adventure Coin||Mysterious Adventure Coin||1|
|Turo Adventure Order||4|
|Snowfield Lion (12.0 m/s Mount)||480|
|Summer's Casual Fashion Pack||160|
|Astrid's Casual Fashion Pack||160|
|Frost Hunter Male Pack||120|
|Peach Song Female Pack||120|
|Yoyo Ball (All-class Pet)||120|
|Bun Kid (All-class Pet)||120|
|Ginger Tiger Groundskeeper (All-class Pet)||120|
|AL Fashion Weapon Ticket (30 day time-limited)||20|
|Tremolo's Iceheart Flyer Pack (30 day time-limited)||20|
|Tremolo's Darkmoon Flyer Pack (30 day time-limited)||20|
|Peach Heart (All-class Pet)||120|
|War Avatar Pack S||40|
|War Avatar Pack A||8|
|Festive and Fresh Dumplings x100||3|
|Rainbow Lantern Yuanxiao x100||3|
|Perfect Pink Pigment||10|
Other rewards can be exchanged using Turo Adventure Orders, obtained from red quests found randomly throughout Adventure Kingdom. Most prizes that can be redeemed are time-limited and purely for cosmetic purposes.
|Glaze Rabbit (All-class Pet)||388|
|Transform: Runaway Bride||2|
|Transform: Ser Egghead||2|
|Transform: Silverlight Child||2|