|This article may contain information that is out-of-date relating to coins, due to the content update released on 10/23/2019.
The game's currency system has been completely overhauled as of the content update released on 10/23/2019. Information such as crafting costs, quest rewards, etc may contain old information.
Perfect World has different types of currencies that can be used for buying, selling and exchanging.
- 1 Coins
- 2 Gold and Silver
- 3 Pack Tokens
- 4 Supply Tokens
- 5 Lucky Coins
- 6 Undercurrent Coins
- 7 Neverfall Badges
- 8 Soldiers' Pay
- 9 Dragonlord's Coins
- 10 Arigora Coins
- 11 Adventure Coins
- 12 Turo Adventure Orders
Coins[edit | edit source]
Coins are the most basic type of currency that can be found in the game. There are two different types of coins - gold coins and silver coins. Players can use gold coins to buy items from player Consignment Shops or they can convert them into Gold through the Auction House. Silver coins are used for buying items from NPCs, manufacturing equipment, upgrading Homestead facilities, many forms of teleportation, learning advanced skills and other miscellaneous things.
Gold coins and silver coins are carried in the player's inventory. Silver coins cannot be moved from the inventory to any other places, while gold coins can be moved into the bank, Account Stash, and traded with other players. Gold coins can be converted into silver coins, but silver coins cannot normally be converted into gold coins.
Upon the first time a player logs in after October 22nd, 2019, they will have the ability to freely convert silver coins into gold coins and vice versa for 48 hours. This is not available for characters created on or after October 23rd, 2019. Players that can freely convert their currencies will be able to see a timer on their screen during this time that cannot be dismissed. After the 48 hour period expires, players will no longer be able to convert silver coins into gold coins.
Gold Coins[edit | edit source]
Gold coins are a tradeable type of currency that can be used to purchase items from other players. Gold coins can be dropped on the ground, traded to other players, used in Consignment Shops, Commission Shops, and in the Auction House. As of the Wings of Rebirth Content Update, all regular coins were converted into gold coins. You can hold a total of 1 billion gold coins in your inventory, and 2 billion gold coins in your bank.
Gold coins can be acquired by selling certain items to NPCs or trading with other players. Items that can be sold to NPCs for gold coins include Ten Million Big Notes, Perfect Iron Hammers, Five Million Big Notes, Bounty Nice Guy Cards, and Bounty Noble Man Cards. The two bounty cards can be acquired through Bounty Hunter quests and are replacements for Ecstasy Cards and Excitement Cards. Five Million Big Notes can be acquired by owning Territories on the main map.
You can freely convert gold coins into silver coins at a 1:1 ratio (for example, you can convert 1000 gold coins into silver coins). Silver coins cannot be converted into gold coins.
Big Notes[edit | edit source]
If a player wants to carry more gold coins than the Inventory allows, they can turn their gold coins into Ten Million Big Notes. The service is available at most Banker NPCs. If they sell the Big Notes to an NPC, the Big Notes will be turned into gold coins again. You cannot use silver coins to make Ten Million Big Notes.
Silver Coins[edit | edit source]
Silver coins are a non-tradeable type of currency that can be used for anything not related to trading with other players. They can be used to purchase items from NPCs, repair equipment, manufacturing various items, upgrading skills, hatching/stowing pets, and more. If you do not have enough silver coins for something, you have the option to pay using the same amount of gold coins instead. Silver coins are restricted to the inventory, but there is no known silver coin limit that you can have.
You cannot convert silver coins into gold coins normally, but for the first 48 hours a player logs in on or after October 23rd, 2019, they will be able to convert their silver coins into gold coins freely.
Silver coins can be acquired through completing quests, as monster loot, or selling items to NPCs. You can also convert your gold coins to silver coins at a 1:1 ratio (for example, you can convert 1000 gold coins into silver coins).
Gold and Silver[edit | edit source]
Gold and Silver are the currency used to buy items from the Boutique. Gold can be bought with real money and then used in the Boutique or converted into coins through the Auction House. The opposite is also possible; players can exchange coins for Gold in the Auction House.
Event Gold and Event Silver[edit | edit source]
Event Gold and Event Silver are the currency used to buy items from the Event Boutique. Event Gold cannot be bought with real money and cannot be converted into coins. Event Gold can be obtained through rewards from game events, Arc codes, contests, spend promos or charge bonuses.
Pack Tokens[edit | edit source]
Perfect·Token of Luck[edit | edit source]
Perfect·Token of Luck can be exchanged at the PW Boutique Agent in every major city for a variety of useful items including Health potions, Mana potions, Teleport Stones, Guardian Scrolls, Teleacoustics, Hyper EXP Stones and more. They are also used for crafting the ★★★Wings of Ascension cape. Perfect·Token of Luck can be obtained from Token Packs, bought from other players using coins or crafted from Lucky Coins at Assistant Wang Tsai.
Perfect·Token of Best Luck[edit | edit source]
Perfect·Token of Best Luck are rare tokens that can be exchanged at the PW Boutique Agent for rare items like Chrono Pages, Wedding Packs and Twilight Temple materials. Perfect·Token of Best Luck are also obtained through Token Packs but have a lower rate of appearance. They can be bought from other players using coins, but are much more expensive than regular Perfect·Token of Luck.
Supply Tokens[edit | edit source]
Supply Tokens can be exchanged for a variety of materials used in upgrading high level equipment including Nirvana Gear and Rank 9. The exchange forges are located in north Archosaur. They can be obtained from Nation Wars.
Lucky Coins[edit | edit source]
Lucky Coins can be exchanged at Assistant Wang Tsai in every major city for a variety of items including Perfect·Token of Luck, Bloodglass Shard, Nuema Orbs, Faction Signet, Squad Signet, Inkdragon's Blood, Boundary pills and more. They are also necessary for engraving equipment such as belts, capes and hats. They can be obtained from specific Boutique packs or bought from other players using coins.
Golden Coins[edit | edit source]
Undercurrent Coins[edit | edit source]
Undercurrent Coins can be exchanged at the Undercurrent Guardian inside Undercurrent Hall for a variety of items including [Primordial Blood], [Barbaric Blood], Vitae Pills and Blood Stones for upgrading Rank 8 gear. They can be obtained by completing Undercurrent Guardian's daily quests inside the Undercurrent Hall.
Neverfall Badges[edit | edit source]
There are three types of Neverfall Badges:
Neverfall Squire's Badges are obtained from the Dawnlight Halls daily quest and quests in the Western Steppes. Neverfall Squire's Badges can be turned into higher level badges at Royal Knight Hector by crafting the items of Promotion: Knight or Promotion: Royal. The items have a chance to turn lower level badges into higher levels ones after the players craft them and right-click them. If the promotion fails, half of the used badges will be returned.
Soldiers' Pay[edit | edit source]
Soldiers' Pay can be exchanged at the Resource Manager inside the Faction Base for a variety of useful items including Inkdragon's Blood, Holy Pills, Squad Signets, Nuema Orbs, Aerogear and more. They are obtained from Resource Wars.
Dragonlord's Coins[edit | edit source]
Dragonlord's Coins can be exchanged at Rong Utsin at 585 665 in Archosaur for special dragon Mounts. They can also be exchanged for time-limited Health and Mana charms inside Dragons' Conquest. Dragonlord's Coins are obtained from the Dragonlord Treasure, which is a reward for winning in Dragons' Conquest.
Arigora Coins[edit | edit source]
Arigora Coins can be exchanged at Arigora Agent Khroatis for a variety of items including charms, special elixirs, War Avatar packs, titles and materials for crafting high grade capes and rings. Arigora Coins are obtained by participating in at least ten battles weekly in the Arigora Colosseum.
Adventure Coins[edit | edit source]
Adventure Coins can be exchanged at Ambassador Maomao at (525 636) in southwest Archosaur or at President Tremolo in Archosaur Square inside the Adventure Kingdom for a variety of items including fashion, all-class pets, War Avatar packs, Pigments and more.
There are three types of Adventure Coins:
Adventure Coins are obtained from playing games inside the Adventure Kingdom. The type of Adventure Coins the player receives depends on the player's score. All types of Adventure Coins will have to be converted into Smiling Adventure Coins if the player wishes to exchange them for goods. The Adventure Coins can be converted at Ambassador Maomao at (525 636) in southwest Archosaur or at President Tremolo in Archosaur Square inside the Adventure Kingdom. The conversion can be done by paying a small fee in regular coins or by using Turo Adventure Orders.
Turo Adventure Orders[edit | edit source]
Turo Adventure Orders can be exchanged at Ambassador Maomao at (525 636) in southwest Archosaur or at President Tremolo in Archosaur Square inside the Adventure Kingdom for an all-class pet or a variety of temporary effects like transformations. Turo Adventure Orders can also be used to convert any type of Adventure Coins into Smiling Adventure Coins. These orders are obtained from the Adventure Kingdom's special daily quests.