Sunday, July 3, 2022

Huntsie #2: Find Luna is over! Check out the results!

Here are the results of Huntsie #2: Find Luna!
We wanted to make a TOP 10 but due to queues some of us got muted for a minute at a point and took a bit longer to respond to you, so we decided to make it TOP 15 and TOP 16 actually because the 15th and 16th place have the same time :3 
We will surely organize more of those in the future!

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Friday, July 1, 2022

Player of the month #24: Essie Blyana

Our Player of the Month for July is Essie Blyana. The druidess from Inabra is relatively new player and enjoys both, the PvP and the RPG part of the game!

Hello, Could you introduce yourself? What’s your name, where are you from.. Etc.

-Hello! Im Jesu, better known as Essie on Tibia and social media. I'm from Chile, Chemical Civil Engineer by day, and streamer at nights. Focusing on Tibia, my actual main character is Essie Goddess

and people categorize me as "One of the chileans pvpgirls".

Who showed you Tibia? 

-My rl friends showed me Tibia, they insisted on downloading it (2018), to be honest I didn't want it, I saw the graphics and thought they were horrible. One day I downloaded it and I didnt know what the game consisted of, but I made an effort and I hunted till level 12 on Amazon Camp, because I didn't know how to play, I quit. I came back in August- September 2019, and I've been playing non-stop. 

Do you like to play other games besides Tibia?

-Yes!, actually Tibia is my favorite, when I don't find nothing to do there, I like to play CsGO with my friends, and specially with my friend Michi <3, I'm also fan of horror videogames, like Phasmophobia, I used to play that with my friend Ari, from Quintera.                                                                                                                                      

How would you describe a gamer girl? Do you consider one?

-Is a girl that likes to play videogames of any kind, it's like a hobby to her, she acquires the full story of the games she likes, she encourages herself to learn how to play different characters, learn combos, etc. 

Yes, I would consider myself a gamer girl, I've played video games almost my entire life, I've had many consoles, and at least played 50 games, actually I just play on PC. 

You are into PvP, which war has been your favorite, and why?

-My favorite war was definitely the Quelibra war (2020-2021), Team Insanity, with Theuzikk vs Djair. In that time, I came up with a lot situations in Tibia, that I consider difficulties, and I took the feelings of what those difficulties were causing me and I transformed them into strengths, and I came active on war, I had a full cycle, “Ks to kill, from kill to hunt” and repeat. I had a big change between my PvP from one war to another, I learned alot about them, I think they are really good players. And specially, I had the opportunity of meeting players that kept me motivated and kept learning more about what I love to do, fight wars. 

X o Y


Druid or Sorcerer -Druid

Twitch or TikTok -Twitch

No blueberry cupcake or No blessed steak -No blessed steak

Never use SD's again or never use paralyze again -Never use paralyze again

Assassin or Hunter? -Assassin

Decorate Houses or decorate Levels? -Decorate Levels

Boost or Prey? -Prey

Rapid event or doble Experience/skill event? -Doble Experience/skill event

Fight on Darashia or fight on Liberty Bay? -Fight on Darashia

If you could introduce a new tool for Gamer girls on Twitch, which would it be?

-Be honest, I don't think of one in particular, Im so use to deal with people in any situation you could get on Twitch being a Gamergirl, but if they could do some changes, like for example, find a way to empathize with women and the toxicity on the platform, because I see constant harassment in other girls channels. 

Is there any player you admire?

-I admire a few people, one of them is Michizita, she's my top PvP girl in Tibia. I think she's really good at tanking, and I havent had the opportunity to see another girl tanking the way she does. Theuzikk, in some previous wars I saw how he tanks, and commands a big amount of players at the same time, and of course we need to mention how good running spawns. And last, Ari Tibiaplays, I admire her alot because how nice she is in and outside the game, she has such a big heart where evil and malicious does not exist, she showed me that our friendship is so beautiful and strong, that we go together to any server (with or without lag) <3 it motivates me having someone with her support in Tibia. 

Have you ever died in a funny way? 

-A year ago when I was fighting on Solidera with my friends, I was hunting with Ted and Assuna on

Catacombs, and I was on Live Chill and we decided to join a Discord to listen music while we were talking on Teamspeak, while we were fixing the bot on Discord with Ted, Assuna was in charge of ours chars while we were afk with the bot, as soon as we did it, I check my screen and I saw my character dead, I asked Assuna what happened, and she told me she didn't know I died, she said she was eating a candy and when she turned to check on me I was already dead HAHAHAHA. Anyways, I found that death hilarious, and Assuna watching her candies instead of us. 

Do you have any goals in Tibia lately?

-Mmm, I think I want to learn how to play MS, have more vision in the game when I tank, and learn how to run library with ping server br. 

How would you describe a charlover? Do you consider yourself one?

-To me, a charlover person, like the name says, is someone who loves their character, it doesn't matter if you spend money on your char or not. The community thinks being a charlover is something bad but they are wrong, there's nothing bad with liking your char, and if you want to invest money to make it better. Personally, I like my main character a lot, but I don't invest money to make it better, and I don't get upset when I die, so you could say I am a charlover only with the fact that I like my character a lot. 

Do you have any words for the community?

-Mostly, remember it's only a game, and we shouldn't mix Tibia with real life. Also to be aware of what comes from our mouths and the consequences that it may bring, like making someone feel bad. Other things that I learned and I could use in this community, ignore any mean and offensive comments, just keep the good ones, it doesn't matter who says it, your friend or enemy, someone who you don't know, etc. And last, im my opinion everyone should “Just play your game”

Wednesday, June 29, 2022

TibiaGoals Riddles E20R04


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Sunday, June 26, 2022

TibiaGoals Riddles E20R03

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Wednesday, June 22, 2022

TibiaGoals Riddles E20R02


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Sunday, June 19, 2022

TibiaGoals Riddles E20R01

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Wednesday, June 15, 2022

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Tuesday, June 14, 2022

New Decoration

New decorative items have been added to the Store. Tell your own story of chivalry and knighthood by turning your humble home into a medieval castle with Knightly Furniture including a chair, a table, a cabinet and a chest.

How to win your next knightly tournament? Sharpen you mind with a game of chess and then put it to rest in a bed fit for a hero.
You are planning to host to a grand banquet?
Use Knightly Bench pieces to make sure there are enough seats at the table.
Choose between various light sources to illuminate dark halls and ignite the fire bowl to signal your arrival.
Every castle needs a Knightly Guard!
From its tiny fortress, the most vigilant creature alive will keep watch for any unwanted visitors spying on your rare treasures or your fair lady.

When bought, these items are directly delivered to you as decoration kits, which can be unwrapped inside your house. The unwrapped decoration items are non-takeable and also indestructible.

Decorate for honour and glory!

Hazardous Journey

Diary of Amaro De Quester

Day 216

Gnomadness said it with a chuckle: "More gnome pain, more gnome gain!" After I had helped the gnomes to avert disaster, he had offered me and a few others the opportunity to serve as a test subject for a recently discovered device he was able to operate, or shall I say manipulate? Apparently, it re-aligns how a human resonates with the fauna here in this roaring subterranean wilderness.

My curiosity was piqued for I had heard rumours of an odd creature crawling through the depths of the jungle on rare occasions. Similar in appearance to my beloved rotworms but with crystals adorning its massive body. A plunder patriarch.

Well, I now know that Gnomadness certainly lives up to his reputation, and even more so to his name. I should have taken heed of his subtle warnings:
While a high resonance is more likely to lure a patriarch out of hiding, it will make other creatures here much more hazardous and ferocious than they already are.

Moreover, I had to slay a particular primal beast as some kind of shock treatment to have my resonance altered by Gnomadness and his device. He referred to the procedure as raising my personal "hazard level". The higher my hazard level, the more it resonates with the environment and thus, will make primal creatures more savage in my presence. Certainly not the most intriguing outlook.

Nonetheless, the urge to see the majestic, yet fragile plunder patriarch in action convinced me to knock on death's door numerous times. For my comrades, it was the prospect of wealth and power.

And so we started to venture out into the jungle day after day to reach for our dreams. Whenever we had killed the primal menace, we went to Gnomadness afterwards so he could raise the hazard level for our next trip.

It was brutal, and our dreams soon turned into nightmares. All our expertise and skill paled in how well the creatures adapted, how their blows hit us harder, how they seemed to dodge our attacks with ease, how some of them died just to bring an even more vicious abomination to life.

Yet, we also grew faster in strength and we earned enough profit to sustain our operation, all in the hopes of coming across a plunder patriarch again.
Our first encounter with such a creature was literally breathtaking. The patriarch didn't pose a threat but it was surprisingly fast considering its massive and sturdy body. It almost escaped us as it was gliding through our elemental fields. Eventually, we had it cornered and chopped away at it till its corpse revealed a most spectacular piece of equipment brimming with raw power.

Gnomadness was only mildly impressed. Somehow, he had already accumulated quite a number of these objects. "More gnome pain, more gnome gain," he urged me to push ever onward and promised to reward me with one of those pieces once I have subjected myself often enough to his hazardous experiments. I shall prevail.

Sunday, June 12, 2022

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Thursday, June 9, 2022

Columns, Pillars And Pedestals (Oh My!)

How to make vertical constructions in Tibia with ordinary in-game items

By our creative guest, Monzcarro Murcatto

This article will explore some ways to make vertical constructions in Tibia. Tall structures are useful for covering wall fixtures like lamps or windows, filling in corners you can't carpet or just for making a bit of drama and ambience in a big room. They are also fun and challenging to make, and inventing new ones is a good exercise for enhancing your deco skills.

In real life architecture, a column is a functional vertical element that supports something heavy, like a beam or a roof, whereas a pillar has a more decorative function and can be seen on either side of doors or with statues on top. A pedestal is a lower structure intended for displaying another object. In Tibia we don't have to worry about supporting our roofs, but I have used the architectural terms for naming the various structures I have made. Basically, if the top of the structure is flat it is a column, and if it has some ornament on top it is a pillar.

Columns in Tibia are constructed either with items that build vertically and are put together to form the body of the column or with items that build vertically alternated with other items that form the body of the column. The 25th anniversary update brought us two items that revolutionised vertical construction, namely the blue present and the small blue present. These items have their visual mass in the north west corner of the sqm, which makes them nearly invisible under other items, in contrast to for example chess pieces which are placed in the south east corner of the sqm and therefore are very visible when stacked. The drawback with the new presents is that they give very little height, so in most cases I have had to use two of them together in the columns.

Vertical construction is limited by three factors: the height of the vertical items, the placement in the sqm of vertical items, and the limit of 9 visible items per sqm. I always stribe to make my constructions less than 9 items so that it is possible to carpet under them, but in some cases this is not possible.


1. The Las Vegas Column

Items: black token, used globe kit, fafnar symbol

This column was originally made with small golden taborets, but I find that the used globe packages work just as well, and they are much easier to get hold of. To me, this looks like a fake gold column that could be found in  Las Vegas casino.


2. The Crystal And Marble Column

Items: white token, blue present, crystal pedestal

I have tried to make something out of the crystal pedestals for years. They look very nice stacked on top of each other, but the grey top has always been an issue. They are also placed in the south east corner of the sqm, which means they don't work well with other items, but the (small) blue presents make it possible to center them on the game tokens. This column is very tall despite the fact that it uses only 7 spaces on the sqm, which makes it very good for covering up unwanted wall fixtures.

 3. The Phoenix Pillar

Items: artefact box, phoenix eggs, small blue present, phoenix statue

I absolutely adore the phoenix statue. The way it stretches its burning wings towards the sky is just magnificent. The phoenix eggs burn with a very delicate flame and I have always preferred these to other flaming items. In combination I think they make a very striking flaming pillar.


  4. The Tardis Pillar

Items: artefact box, curious matter, used globe kit, stone tablet with ley lines, luminous orb

The Heart Of Destruction quest brought us so many strange and wonderful items, and I am glad I finally found a way to put them to good use. I haven't used any special items in this one on purpose, because I want to show some column designs that are accessible for anyone. The topmost used globe package can be switched with a small blue present if you so wish. This pillar was just a happy accident while playing around with items, and I think it resembles The Tardis from Doctor Who.


 5. The Snowlady

Items: large snowball, blue present and/or small blue present, crown (plant)

I have been looking for ways to construct a snowman out of the big snow balls introduced with the Percht Island update. Despite not having a carrot nose or coal eyes (yes I have tried, but they do not fit), I think this snowlady looks quite good with her pink lace collar. Leave out the crown and the topmost small blue present if you just want a neat stack of giant snowballs.

 6. The Pink Disco Pillar

Items: artefact box, dangerous proto matter, small table, stone tablet with ley lines, energy ball

Sometimes items fit so well together it looks like they are made for each other. I have been using the various proto matters with the small table as tables and bar counters, but they also work as decorative pillars and they become extra festive with an energy ball on top. 

 7. The Gothic Dracoyle Pillar

Items: pot, plums, dracoyle statue

My first column was the triple cooking pots with plums and a dracoyle statue on top. It is still a go-to construction in dark or gothic settings and it has the advantage that the dracoyle statue can be rotated to face two directions, which makes it very versatile.

I used pink light under this column (giant amethyst) to make it appear more purple.The colour changes slightly with the use of red (giant ruby) or blue (giant sapphire) light.

Variation: Switch the plums with a giant emerald and 25 viper stars and enchant the dracoyle statue to change the mood of the column to a sickly green.


 8. The Square Pedestal

Items: artefact box, zaoan chess box

This handy dandy pedestal was invented together with Norelli for an article illustration. It is simple and functional and so good for displaying rares in a gallery room.

9. The Versailles On Ice Column

Items: white token, blue present, small blue present, snowballs

This column gives me a baroque vibe and I think it is funny that it is made from snow balls. I imagine it in a vast palace made from snow and ice with people dancing in fabulous ball gowns and freezing their butts off. Everything is more fun on ice.


10. The Square Rainbow Pillar

Items: artefact box, rare earth, blue present, small blue present, orb

Ever since the rare earth was introduced to the game I have wanted to make something with them, but they are so extraordinary looking that they don't fit well with other items. The small blue presents solves this issue, and as an extra bonus, the very pretty little orb fits perfectly on top.


11. The Minoan Column

Items: pot, barrel, ballistic boulder

A very simple column made from materials that are cheap or free. I think it resembles the columns from the Minoan culture on Crete, hence the name.

12. The Crystal And Granite Column

Items: black token, blue present, crystal pedestal

Basically the same as column number 2, but with black game tokens and red crystal pedestals. Can also be used with the chess tokens to add a little more ornamentation.

 13. The Lothlórien Column

Items: small trunk, leaf stars, indoor plant, moon flower

I made this column to look like it could have been made by elves. It is very plain and made from mundane items like small trunks and an indoor plant, but I like the simple elegance of it. When i make several columns of this type in a room I like to vary the number of leaf stars I put in each layer so the columns look slightly different and more organic.

 In this column I use a double locker trick on top of the indoor plant. Any breakable container can be used instead of the locker. The process goeth thusly:
1. Unwrap 2 small trunks with leaf stars between them.
2. Place a wrapped indoor plant, a wrapped small trunk, a wrapped locker, a wrapped small trunk, a wrapped locker - in this order - on top of the unwrapped trunks
3. Unwrap the indoor plant
4. Unwrap the first small trunk and the first locker on top of it
5. Place the leaf stars in the locker and break the locker with a melee weapon (either equipped, in your backpack or placed of the floor next to you). Remove the wooden trash.
6. Unwrap the second small trunk and the second locker
7. Place the moon flower in the locker and break the locker. Remove the wooden trash.

 14. The Tuscan Column 

Another simple and nearly free column that resembles a real classical column. The game token on top can be switched with a ballistic boulder from A Pirate's Tail Quest.


15. The Crystal Pillar  

Items: artefact box, blue glass plates, crystal pedestal

I love the combination of green or blue glass plates with green or turquoise crystal pedestals. Usually I construct crystal landscapes with them, but with artefact boxes as base and top they become an interesting angular pillar. Unfortunately this pillar doesn't work with less than 3 crystal pedestals, as the artefact box only cover the grey top completely due to a visual displacement that occurs when you construct things over a certain height.


 16. The Tower Of Skulls

 Items: skulls, used globe kit

A simple but striking pillar which gives an instant horror film vibe. If you want to hide the used globe packages more you can add bones of Zorvorax on top of them, but this will limit the height of the pillar.


 17. The Water Tank

 Items: black token, blue present and/or small blue present, charged ghost charm

Charged ghost charms are awesome and look like they are filled with water. Together with game tokes they make a neat little tank-like structure. You can use magical water orbs from A Pirate's Tail Quest instead, but they are darker blue and don't give the same clear, turquoise light as the charged ghost charms.


 18. The Bleeding Skulls Pillar

 Items: skulls, obsidian zaoan pawn, ornate remedy bow

One of my earliest pillars which I have used in a lot of decorations through the years. The ornate remedy bows give the illusion of dripping blood. For a more subtle blood effect they can be switched with valuable remedy bows.



 Some examples of columns and pillars in decorations

The Las Vegas Column (1) and The Square Pedestal (8) used to make a gallery of curiosities. Monzcarro Murcatto, Premia.




The Crystal And Marble Column (2) used in a wedding decoration. Norelli, Premia


The Crystal And Granite Column (12) used in a treasure room decoration. Monzcarro Murcatto, Premia

The Gothic Dracoyle Pillar (7) used to cover a white wall. Monzcarro Murcatto, Premia

The Versailles On Ice Column (9) and a variant of The Lothlórien Pillar (13) used in a wedding decoration. Monzcarro Murcatto, Premia

A variant of The Minoan Column (11) used to mark the entrance to a Fremen sietch (reference to Dune). Monzcarro Murcatto, Premia.

The Lothlórien Pillar used as a headboard and hallway decoration in a guildhall on Secura. Monzcarro Murcatto, Premia.

The Bleeding Skulls Pillar (18) and The Gothic Dracoyle Pillar (7) used to cover white walls and tricky corners in Yalahar. Monzcarro Murcatto, Premia.