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Storage is where players can store their items. There are several different types of storage, designed to hold different types of items. While most items can be stored in the inventory, many categories of items are restricted to their specific storage location. Many sources of storage can be upgraded to hold extra items in them.
Many items can be stacked by dragging them on top of each other to save storage space. Not all items can do this even if they seem identical such as Teleport Stones, due to having different item IDs. Items can also be separated into multiple stacks, by holding the ⎇ Alt key while dragging and dropping a stack of items to a new item slot. The player can then choose how many items they would like to move. Items can be deposited, purchased, or sold as only part of a single stack through a similar manner, by holding the ⎇ Alt key and right-clicking on the item stack.
Inventory[edit | edit source]
The inventory, otherwise known as a bag, is where all items that are picked up will immediately go. By default, your character's inventory will begin with 32 item slots. It can also hold coins, up to a maximum of 1 billion (1,000,000,000) coins. The inventory can be upgraded to have a total of up to 96 item slots. This can be done with either Inv. Extension Stones or Super Inventory Stones, purchasable from the Boutique.
Inv. Extension Stones increase inventory slots by 8 slots at a time up until 64 slots, after which the amount of inventory stones required will increase. If you have used a Super Inventory Stone you will not be able to increase your inventory with this method as the quests will be unavailable to you. By default the stones are not in the Boutique, but their full price is 3 gold. They can also be obtained from certain starter packs from the Boutique, such as the Pathfinder's Kit, or purchased from other players. They can be used by talking to a Banker in most towns and taking a quest from them.
The amount of Inv. Extension Stones required to upgrade the inventory after 64 slots is as follows:
- 72 slots: 2 Inv. Extension Stones
- 80 slots: 3 Inv. Extension Stones
- 88 slots: 4 Inv. Extension Stones
- 96 slots: 5 Inv. Extension Stones
Super Inventory Stones will upgrade inventory slots to 64, 80, and then 96 slots. These are always available in the Boutique, in the Utility - Storage section, for 9 gold. On occasion they go on sale for 4.5 gold. To use a Super Inventory Stone, take the quest from any Inventory Master, usually located near Bankers in any major city. Other than purchasing from other players, Super Inventory Stones are not found anywhere else. Note that the quest for 80 inventory slots must be completed at least twice in order to proceed to 96 slots.
Quest Inventory[edit | edit source]
Within the inventory, there is a quest inventory where most quest items can be kept. It has 32 slots, and cannot be upgraded. The items within the quest inventory cannot be directly interacted with, and can only be consumed by completing quests. Some quest items will not disappear upon completing a quest, while some others may appear upon the completion of a daily quest, designed to allow the player to take the quest the next day. In addition, some quest items may appear in the player's regular inventory, where they can be interacted with and even in some cases sold, though this is not recommended as it can harm the progress of a quest.
Wardrobe[edit | edit source]
The Wardrobe provides players with additional inventory space which is used for storing fashion. It can be accessed by clicking on the Fashion tab in your Inventory. It can store fashion of both genders, regardless of the character's gender. By default, the Wardrobe is not activated. It has a maximum of 200 slots. It cannot store fashion packs that have not been opened. An added benefit of having a Wardrobe is the Fashion Change feature, which includes being able to instantly change into a fashion set of choice, or rotate through multiple fashion sets over a certain period of time.
Activating and increasing slots in a Wardrobe requires a Wardrobe Stone for each upgrade. Wardrobe Stones can be purchased from the Boutique for 3 gold, or purchased from other players. Alternatively, they can be obtained by exchanging 40 Perfect·Token of Luck, which is a much cheaper option. The Wardrobe can be activated or upgraded by taking the upgrade quest from the PW Boutique Agent, usually found near Bankers in major cities. When a Wardrobe has been activated, it begins with 16 slots. Each upgrade adds an additional 16 slots, with the exception of the final upgrade which adds 24 slots to bring the total amount of slots up to 200. Although one quest claims to upgrade the Wardrobe to 180 slots, it only upgrades to 176 slots.
War Avatar Bag[edit | edit source]
The War Avatar Bag is where your War Avatar Cards and War Avatar Packs can be kept. It has a total of 120 slots and is sortable. War Avatar Packs cannot be opened if they are in the War Avatar Bag. When War Avatar Packs are opened, the cards that come from them will automatically be placed in the War Avatar Bag, if there is free space. It cannot store other War Avatar related items, such as War Avatar Essences. Cards and Packs can be devoured from within the War Avatar Bag or within the inventory. The War Avatar Bag cannot be upgraded.
Safe[edit | edit source]
The Safe, more commonly known as the bank, is where additional items can be kept safely. Safes can only be accessed through Bankers, found in almost every town and city. Items can be moved in and out of the bank to your inventory at free will. Safes are also sortable and share a 10 second cooldown with any other storage type with the sortable function. Initially, your Safe comes with 16 item slots, but can be extended to a maximum of 96 slots. The Safe has an option to be extended up to 32 slots through quests. Otherwise, extension stones from the Boutique can be used to upgrade Safe slots.
The Safe can also store coins, up to a maximum of 2 billion (2,000,000,000) coins. These can be deposited or withdrawn by clicking the coin icon in your inventory to deposit coins, or in the Safe to withdraw coins. Note that to deposit coins the Safe must be open otherwise clicking on the icon in your inventory will result in you dropping coins on the ground instead.
Extending via Stones[edit | edit source]
There are two different types of extension stones that can be used to upgrade a Safe: Safe Extension Stone and Super Safe Stones.
Safe Extension Stones increase your Safe slots by 8 slots for each upgrade, but can only be used to upgrade to 80 Safe slots. They can be purchased from the Boutique for 3 gold each, however are not usually available in the Boutique by default. They can also be obtained by purchasing from other players or from Boutique packs such as the Pathfinder's Kit. Each upgrade costs 1 Safe Extension Stone except for unlocking 72 slots which costs 2 Safe Extension Stones, and 80 slots which costs 3 Safe Extension Stones. To upgrade your Safe slots using Safe Extension Stones, talk to any Banker and take the Increase Safe Slots quest, and select the "Find a Safe Extension Stone" option when prompted.
Super Safe Stones increase your Safe slots up to 80 slots and then 96 slots. Note that if you have already unlocked 80 slots via Safe Extension Stones, then you will still need to do the initial quest to unlock 80 Safe slots, meaning that you will waste a Super Safe Stone in the process. Super Safe Stones are purchasable from other players or from the Boutique, found in the Utility - Storage tab for 12 gold. They are occasionally on sale for 6 gold. To upgrade your Safe slots using Super Safe Stones, talk to any Inventory Master, usually located near Bankers in major cities, and take the Super Invent. Stone quest.
Extending via Quests[edit | edit source]
The Safe can be extended by up to 32 slots by collecting various Dragon Quest items, usually dropped by lower level Wraiths or purchased from players. There are a total of 2 quests available that will upgrade the Safe by 8 slots each. They can be done at any level. After reaching 32 slots, only Safe Extension Stones or Super Safe Stones can be used to upgrade slots further. In addition, if you use a Safe Extension Stone you will not be able to use quests to upgrade your Safe and will only be able to continue using extension stones.
The first safe extension quest can be done at any Banker. The quest is named Increase Safe Slots, though you must choose the "Find the materials" option when prompted to trigger the Dragon Quest item quest. The quest will require you to collect [Mystical Meat] x5, [Disguise Skin] x5, [Element Dust] x5, [Soft Fur] x5, [Antenna] x5, and [Rhino Horn] x5. These items can either be purchased from other players, or drop from level 9 to 28 Wraiths in the Celestial Vale and the Midlands. When handing in the quest, the Banker will increase your Safe by an additional 8 slots.
The second safe extension quest can be done at any Banker. The quest is also named Increase Safe Slots, and again you must choose the "Find the materials" option when prompted in order to trigger the Dragon Quest item quest. The quest will require you to collect Mystical Claw x10, Complete Sack x10, Element Fragment x10, Dull Claw x10, Honey Juice x10, and Dew of Herbs x10. These items can either be purchased from other players, or drop from level 21 to 39 Wraiths in the Midlands and some lower level dungeons. When handing in the quest, the Banker will increase your Safe by an additional 8 slots.
After completing the second quest, all further quests will require you to use Safe Extension Stones.
Cupboard[edit | edit source]
The Cupboard serves as an additional storage location within your Safe. It is primarily used for materials or items used in Crafting. A good rule of thumb is if the item can be combined to create another item, it can most likely be stored in the Cupboard. It can be accessed through accessing your Safe at any Banker, and then clicking the rightmost button in the window that depicts a sack with an arrow on it. Initially, your Cupboard will not be activated. It can have a maximum of 120 slots. Unlike the Safe, your Cupboard cannot be sorted.
Activating and increasing Cupboard slots requires the use of a Cupboard Stone. Cupboard Stones can be purchased from the Boutique for 3 gold, or purchased from other players. Alternatively, they can be obtained by exchanging 40 Perfect·Token of Luck, which is a much cheaper option. The Cupboard can be activated or upgraded by taking the upgrade quest from the PW Boutique Agent, usually found near Bankers in major cities. When a Cupboard has been activated, it begins with 8 slots. Each upgrade adds an additional 8 slots. It costs 1 Cupboard Stone per upgrade up until 80 slots, after that the amount increases:
- 88 slots: 2 Cupboard Stones
- 96 slots: 4 Cupboard Stones
- 104 slots: 6 Cupboard Stones
- 112 slots: 8 Cupboard Stones
- 120 slots: 10 Cupboard Stones
Account Stash[edit | edit source]
The Account Stash is where players can store items that can be shared across all characters on a single account, on a single server. It can be accessed by talking to any Banker and selecting the Account Stash option. By default, the Account Stash is not activated and so does not have any slots. In this state, you also cannot deposit coins into the Account Stash.
Unlocking the Account Stash requires an Account Stash Stone, obtainable from the Boutique for 15 Gold, or 7 Gold 50 Silver on sale. It can be used at the PW Boutique Agent, often found near Bankers. Only one stone needs to be purchased and used to permanently unlock the Account Stash. Once it has been unlocked, the Account Stash will contain 16 free slots, and coins are able to be deposited and withdrawn from it. It is able to store up to a total of 2 billion (2,000,000,000) coins. Most items can be stashed, with the exception of any items that say "Unable to be put into Account Stash" upon hovering over it.
The Account Stash cannot be upgraded, however it was previously possible to have 32 slots which are not permanent but with care can be maintained. This was possible prior to the server merge that occurred for all servers in 2015, by having an Account Stash unlocked on two servers that were to be merged together. After the merge, players who did that would have 32 slots in their Account Stash instead of 16. In order to maintain the slots, players would need to fill the Account Stash with items and keep it constantly filled, otherwise the extra 16 slots would disappear.
Pet Bag[edit | edit source]
The Pet Bag is where all hatched pets and mounts are kept. Both battle pets and all class pets are stored in the Pet Bag. Initially you will start with 1 slot in your Pet Bag. Venomancers can gain a 2nd slot for free through their second pet-related quest in the Celestial Vale once they have reached level 7. The Pet Bag can have a maximum of 20 slots. There are two different methods to upgrading Pet Bag slots: through quests, or through using cages purchased from the Boutique.
Extending via Cages[edit | edit source]
There are two different types of cages that can be used to upgrade a Pet Bag: Cages and Super Cages.
Cages increase your Pet Bag slots by 1 for each upgrade, and can be used to upgrade all the way to 20 Pet Bag slots. They were previously purchasable from the Boutique but have since been retired due to a glitch regarding Super Cages. Upgrading with Cages is generally not recommended due to this glitch, as it can waste a Super Cage. They can still be purchased from other players and can come from Starter Kits or Pathfinder's Kits. To upgrade your Pet Bag using Cages, talk to any Pet Manager found in major cities. Venomancers can also get the quest through Pet Skill Trainers in some major cities. When taking the quest, choose the "Okay, I'll go find a cage" option to trigger the Cage portion of the quest.
Super Cages increase your Pet Bag to 10 slots, and then 20 slots. They can be purchased from other players or through the Boutique in the Utility - Storage tab for 14 gold. They are occasionally on sale for 7 gold. To upgrade your Pet Bag slots using a Super Cage, talk to any Inventory Master, usually located near Bankers in major cities, and take the Super Cage quest. Note that if you have already upgraded your Pet Bag slots to 10 without the use of a Super Cage beforehand, then the first quest will take no effect and still consume the Super Cage, meaning that it will be wasted. If you intend to increase your Pet Bag slots to 10 or 20 then it is recommended to just use Super Cages.
Extending via Quests[edit | edit source]
Your Pet Bag can be extended up to 5 slots through quests. There are a total of 5 quests, all of which require you to gather large quantities of Pet Food. Each quest will extend your Pet Bag by 1 slot. After extending the Pet Bag to 5 slots, you will need to use Cages or Super Cages to continue extending Pet Bag slots. In addition, if you use a Cage to upgrade your slots, you will not be able to continue extending through the Pet Food quests and must continue with Cages or Super Cages.
Each quest can be done at the Pet Manager, located in major cities. If you are a venomancer you can also take the quest from a Pet Skill Trainer instead. For each quest you must choose the "Okay, I'll get the pet food" option in order to trigger the Pet Food portion of the quest. The quests vary slightly between venomancers and other classes, since venomancers can get their 2nd Pet Bag slot for free. The quests are as follows:
|Upgrades Pet Slots To||Required Food (Venomancer)||Required Food (Other Classes)|
|3||[Hay] x20||[Fruit] x50|
|4||[Fruit] x50||[Fungus] x100|
|5||[Fungus] x100||[Wild Ginseng] x150|
The pet food required for each quest can be obtained by purchasing it from other players, or by killing Wraiths for them instead. Below is a list of some Wraiths that drop each pet food item. Note that not all Wraiths are listed here, there may be more that drop pet food items. Bosses are not listed here.
Glyph Bag[edit | edit source]
The Glyph Bag is where your Glyphs can be kept. It has a total of 64 slots and the bag is sortable. It cannot store Glyph Packs or Glyph Stones designed to unlock Glyph slots. There is currently a glitch with Glyph Bags where Glyphs cannot be withdrawn if your inventory is set to Split Bag mode or doesn't have the scroll bar. They can still be deposited in this fashion. Glyphs also need to be moved from the Glyph Bag to the inventory by left-clicking and dragging the item into your inventory, and cannot be right-clicked to withdraw them. The Glyph Bag cannot be upgraded.
Minion Chest[edit | edit source]
The Minion Chest is where your Minion eggs can be kept. It has a total of 32 slots, though there are only 30 types of Minions in the game. Since Minion eggs stack up to 9999, it is considerably difficult to fill the remaining 2 slots. Minions cannot be upgraded if the Minion eggs are in the chest, and must be withdrawn in order to use them. It cannot store Minion Pouches or any other types of items. The Minion Chest cannot be upgraded.
Homestead Storage[edit | edit source]
There is also a storage bag for Minion Pouches within the Homestead. It holds Minion Pouches obtained from farming using your Fragrance Garden or Charger's Paradise, depending on what seed or animal is used in the farms. The storage bag has 32 slots, and cannot be upgraded. Minion Pouches do stack within the Homestead Storage, meaning it has plenty of space and would take a very long time to fill completely. Players can only withdraw Minion Pouches from it and cannot deposit extra items into it.