Serial Booster Buildings
Royal Triviador Buildings
Navigating the Marketplace
The Blacksmith Forge is owned and run by one of Triviador's oldest residents, Baldric Bellows. Here you can purchase Hammer Boosters, or collect them for free as Baldric makes them.
Built by Sylvester Sinus, Triviador's resident scientist, to house his amazing invention: the Telescope Booster. This Observatory is where Triviador pushes the limits of technology! It is also where you can come to purchase Telescope Boosters, or collect them for free from time to time.
Local barkeep and quidnunc, Tim O'Taproom is always ready with a pint of ale and story to regale. Stop by if you are ever in needs of Ask the Crew Boosters. Tim will have a few on hand for free, or you can trade in some Gold for the Boosters.
Flora Fauna simply rolled into Triviador one day with her caravan, and since that day, we now have a wonderful Pet Merchant. Flora is always ready with one of her well-trained Parrot Boosters. She will also sell you some if you insist.
Spooky, creepy, eerie... these are just some of the loving epitaphs used by Abraca da Brad to describe his Lair - Triviador's premier home for magic. Stop by and buy or collect Magic Wing Boosters.... if you dare!
Triviador's Chief General, Godwin the Great, leads the Royal Military Council in creating Targeted Subject Boosters - maximizing your tactical abilities! Buy or Collect you Targeted Subject Boosters here whenever you are in need!
Original the location of the previous King's secret torture site, this building was retrofitted personally for Brickston Stoner's pioneering firm, Architorture Studios. Today this building only deals in Build Fortress Boosters. Stop by to purchase or collect this amazing architectural feat!
Located on the shore's of Triviador, the Pirate's Den is NOT one of thieves or iniquity, but rather a meeting place of Players who do NOT like to lose! Here and only here can you collect or purchase Pirate Serial Boosters!
This vast and beautiful campus is the home of Triviador's Royal Officer. Here he pushes paper for you all day so you can purchase or collect Officer Serial Boosters! In the future, the University plans to make offices for Triviador's Minister, Prince & Bishop. Expansion is currently in the planning phase.
The Farm House represents the Citizens of your Village. The higher your XP Level, the more Citizens will move in. As a result, you Farm Houses will begin to upgrade as your population grows. The more Citizens you have, the more Taxes you can collect!
The Marketplace is where you will find your favorite citizens of Triviador hard at work. Whether they are laboring in the Blacksmith, or tinkering in the Laboratory, the Marketplace is your one-stop shop for all your Booster needs! Let's take a look at the different parts of the Marketplace.
There are seven tabs on the top of the Marketplace window, one for each Character/Booster. You can access the different characters' buildings by clicking on the different tabs.
The number in the red circle appears when Booster production has been completed and is ready to be collected. The number tells you how many Boosters you can collect.
The yellow question mark button provides players with basic information about the Marketplace within the game itself.
In the top right of the Marketplace window, you will find a two-panel image of the character's building (in this case, Baldric Bellow's Blacksmith). The left side of the panel contains information about the building's current level. The right side contains information about the building's subsequent level, as well as an "Upgrade" button and the cost of the upgrade.
If you click on the upgrade button, you will upgrade the building in exchange for Gold. Each building begins at Level 1 and can be upgraded to Level 5. Every subsequent upgrade will increase the building's production rate. In other words, it will take less time to produce more free Boosters!
When you upgrade a building, your Booster production will automatically finish and you will be able to collect the number of free Boosters at the building's new production rate.
Each character produces a free Booster over a set amount of time. In the center of the Marketplace window, you can see an image of the Booster being produced, surrounded by a circular Booster Production Progress Bar. During production, the completion percentage rate and a countdown timer will appear under the progress bar. When production is complete, a "Collect" button will appear.
Production Rate (# of boosters/hours needed to produce):
- Level 1: 1/168
- Level 2: 1/24
- Level 3: 2/12
- Level 4: 4/4
- Level 5: 8/1
The lower right half of the Marketplace window is the Store where players can purchase Boosters in exchange for Gold. The Store gives is comprised of three parts: the "Wartime Price" window, the "Store Price" window & the "In Stock" window.
- Wartime Price:
This is the price of the Booster when purchased during an active game. If you do NOT have any Boosters in stock, you will be give the opportunity to purchase the Booster for the Wartime Price in the question window during an active game. To make a purchase, click on the image of the Booster you would like. The Wartime Price is available for both Question Boosters and Tactical Boosters.
REMEMBER: When you purchase a Booster during an active game for the Wartime Price, the Booster is automatically applied to the current question! Purchase Wartime Boosters ONLY when you want to use it!!!
- Store Price:
- Here you will find the regular "store" price for either 1, 10, or 100 Booster(s). To make a purchase, click on the "Shopping Cart" button next to the amount of Boosters you would like & follow the payment instructions.
- In Stock:
- This section of the window shows you how many of Boosters (of a particular type) you currently have in stock.