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The Dream World guide

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For your comfort this entry contains the complete Dream World guide which you can also find in the forum.
If you click the chapter you're interested in, you will be teleported straight to it.
To navigate between the chapters, please use the arrows up and down to hop to the previous or next chapter from the one you are currently in.
If you click a 'Back to the list' link you will be taken to the list of contents at the beginning.

 

 

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List of Contents

      Access to the Dream World:
 1) Your own Dream World
 2) Information about the Portal - function and looks
 3) Other players' Dream Worlds

 4) What is where in the Dream World?

     The Estate - your Dream House:
 5) Size
 6) Furniture Inventory
 7) Moving Furniture
 8) Floor Tiles
 9) Customized Stairs
10) Upgrading
11) Mirafin

12) Eveline’s Dream Workshop

     The Islands of the Dream World:
13) General
14) Different Types
15) Islands Bonuses

16) Decorating in the Dream World

     Flower tree and treasure chest:
17) Flower donation
18) The flower tree's evolution
19) The treasure chest

20) Backgrounds of the Dream World

 

 

 

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DW icon 1) Access to Your Own Dream World

You can access your Dream World right from the start of the game. Until you first enter it your Dream World portal is closed by a creeper - other players can not enter it at that state:

 creeper portal 

After first entering your Dream World, the portal will look like that:

 fresh portal

You can access your Dream World by different of ways:
- You can use the portal near your field or
- You can teleport from anywhere via the teleport menu by selecting 'To Dream World'.

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DW icon 2) Information about the Portal - function and looks

You are able to control who can visit your Dream World. If you hold the cursor over the little icon at the top left of the portal, you will get a choice of who is allowed to enter:

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  • either all players (many people icon),
  • or just you and your friends (sorcerer with red hat icon)
  • or just you yourself (lock icon) can visit your Dream World.

The icon with the blue circle behind it is your current setting.

The sockets of the Dream World Portals indicate the rough number of transformations of the owner by its colour and match the colour of his/her transformation cape:

 grey socket
purple socket yellow socket

 grey socket ~
no transformations

 purple socket ~
1-5 transformations

 yellow socket ~
6-10 transformations

 blue socket
  green socket   red socket
 blue socket ~
11-15 transformations
 green socket ~
16-20 transformations
 red socket ~
21+ transformations

 

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DW icon 3) Other players' Dream Worlds

You can visit the Dream Worlds of other players if they are unlocked and the player grants you access.
To do this you can...
* use the portal near their field or
* choose from the player mini menu.

 player mini menu

You get this menu when you click the name of a player in chat, in your friends list or in the town hall.

If you are denied access, the portal tells you the reason why:
This portal only allows the owner to enter:

 closed portal

This Portal only lets pass the owner and those on the friends list - you are not friends with that player:

 friends portal

If the portal of another player is accessible to you, it appears without additional icons:

 grey socket

 

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DW icon 4) What is where in the Dream World?

In the Dream World, you can find several areas with interesting features:

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DW icon 5) The Estate - your Dream House

The Dream House is your home Estate, your mansion, in the Dream World. You can find it in the upper part of the Dream World.

First of all, the Estate has to be cleared of tendrils. Follow the path. A click on the building is enough to unlock the Dream World spells in your spell books. Your path into the Estate is then free, too...

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DW icon The Size of the Dream House or Estate

The design of the Estate matches your character class along with your house in the main game village.

Depending on how often you've transformed, it is different in size:

  • Without transformation: 6x6 tiles
  • 1 Transformation: 8x6 tiles
  • 2 Transformations: 9x7 tiles
  • 3 Transformations: 12x7 tiles
  • 4 Transformations: a terrace with 10x3 tiles is added
  • 5 or more Transformations: the terrace grows to 10x7 tiles

You can enter your Dream House by clicking the gateway or the house. You can leave it by clicking on the outdoor area.

 

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DW icon 6) The Estate - your Dream House: Furniture Inventory

You can furnish your home just as you wish. You will find some basic items already in your Estate when you first arrive there. You can buy other equipment items in Eveline's Dream Workshop in the City.

Placing furniture works just like placing decoration items in your village or at the outside areas in your Dream World. Select the decoration icon at the left side of your bottom tool bar - this opens the Inventory menu.

 inventory menu

Click the armchair icon to access the Furniture Inventory. Select an item by clicking it and move it to the place you want it to be.

 furniture menu

Hints:

  • Many objects can be rotated - just press the space bar on your keyboard while the item is still attached to your cursor!
  • You can rotate Chairs and Stools in any direction, and so determine the direction a seated player is facing.
  • If you want to make a major renovation, you can do so easily by using the 'Collect everything' option.

Follow this link to read more about Eveline's Dream Workshop: -click me-

 

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DW icon 7) The Estate - your Dream House: Moving Furniture

Like outdoor decoration items you can also move individual furniture objects which have been already placed - you can move them, rotate them or put them back into your inventory. To do this you need to activate the 'Move Fittings' Spell - the armchair icon in your bottom toolbar.

 move furniture spell

By clicking an item, you will now be presented with a little menu which allows you to choose from different options. 'Furniture inventory' will open your inventory; 'Move within the house' will also allow you to rotate items by pressing the space bar on your keyboard.

move furniture mini menu

If 'Move Fittings' is not enabled, you can just click a seating to sit down without having to confirm the action in such a menu - other furniture then can't be clicked on.

Tip: Remember to get up when you want to move items around - because when you're sitting, you can not move other seatings, just 'normal' furniture.

 

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DW icon 8) The Estate - your Dream House: Flooring

You can also remodel the flooring in your Dream World Estate. Depending on the level of your Dream House and on the number of transformations already performed there are different tile designs to choose from.

Activate the magic by clicking on the spell icon 'Virtuoso Grounds' in the 'Dreamworld modification spell collection':

 floor menu

A menu screen opens for you, displaying a variety of available and future floor tile designs - designs for which you don't fulfill the requirements yet are marked with a lock:

 virtuoso grounds

From this menu you can now select a tile design and place it wherever you want to install this floor. The mana costs will vary - the more exclusive the tile, the more expensive... you can move the tile around until you are happy or, if you do not like your choice, select another design and go on or replace your previous changes.

 select ground

Choose the tile that you want to install by clicking it and when you are ready, select 'Buy' to confirm your selection or discard it by leaving the menu via the 'X'.

Tip: You can add more variety of tiles instantly in preview mode by clicking the small arrow next to the 'Buy' button - this reopens the 'Virtuoso Grounds' menu and allows you to choose a different design to continue with.

 

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DW icon 9) The Estate - your Dream House: Customized stairs

Once you have transformed at least four times, a terrace gets attached to your Dream House to give you even more space to furnish your home. This terrace is linked to the rest of your Dream House by a staircase, and like the floor tiles or the background motif, the design of the staircase can be changed.

To do this, select the 'Stair specialist' spell from your 'Dream World modification spell collection':

 stairs menu

This opens a spellbook menu to choose from - at first you have to learn to master a special design (a fee of Mana or Rubies must be paid).

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Once you're able to perform a spell you are free to use it. Simply click the desired design and confirm your choice with the yellow action button at the bottom right. Changing the design of your staircase always takes 100 Mana for using magic.

 

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DW icon 10) The Estate - your Dream House: Upgrading

Like all other buildings you can also upgrade your Dream House.

Initially it is set to level one. Three further upgrade levels are available. If your house has reached a new stage, do visit Eveline's Dream Workshop to browse for the now unlocked furniture!

As your house grows, so the gate, the towers and the walls must be strengthened. The expansion will cost mana and takes some time. When you are ready to start an expansion, select the hammer icon to 'Upgrade estate'.

 upgrade menu

In the menu you can then decide which part of the building you want to build next and make the choice you are happy with. You have to upgrade all three parts of your Estate one by one to unlock the next level. Parts that have already been finished are ticked off - parts of the higher levels are marked with a golden lock - select the next part from the parts which show a coloured picture:

 upgrade estate

Hints:

  • Using 'Mirafin' can help shorten the upgrading - see next chapter.
  • Upgrades run separately from the rest of the game: they won't keep you from transforming and a transformation doesn't affect your current state of upgrading.

 

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DW icon 11) The Estate - your Dream House: Mirafin

By using the 'Mirafin' spell you can reduce the upgrade time of your Dream World Estate. Depending on your current Estate level there are different reductions of time:

  • If your building is at level 1, any application of Mirafin saves 6 hours. 
  • If you are at level 2, each application of Mirafin saves 18 hours. 
  • If you are at level 3, the reduction in time is 24 hours.

You can apply Mirafin as often as you want. In order to use the spell, you have to charge it with fresh direct Miragic. That can be achieved, for example, by...

  • doing Alchemy quests
  • delivering to the Premium Questie
  • delivering to normal Questies if you fulfil their orders with plants, and don't jinx them
  • competing in dragon races - the final rewards provide you with miragic points depending on the sort of race and the rank your dragon reached
  • serving Mirella in the valley
  • growing and harvesting Miramitsus and
  • producing miragic drinks (mushroom recipe)

For each application of Mirafin, only a certain amount of Miragic must be generated, which increases slightly each time.

mirafin half full Produce more Miragic

By clicking the Miragic counter in the top tool bar you can also hide the Mirafin fill bar.

 

 

 

The Mirafin tooltip will tell you how much Miragic you need this time as well as the amount of Miragic you have already collected. To show this tooltip, move your cursor over the progress bar. When the required amount of Miragic has been reached, the display indicates 100% and changes to a button which you can use to apply the spell directly to the upgrade:

 

use mirafin Use Mirafin now!

The application doesn't consume any Miragic, but is a reward for having collected the required amount of Miragic.

Tip: Use Mirafin as soon as it is fully charged - any additional Miragic you are producing will not be saved for the next application!

 

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DW icon 12) Eveline's Dream Workshop

In the city you'll find Eveline's Dream Workshop - at the southern corner of the plaza, with a magenta coloured roof.

Here you can buy furnishings for your Estate, your Dream House. Depending on the level of your Estate and the number of transformations performed more and more items become available to you.

 dream workshop menu

All items are roughly grouped by sort (eg. tables, seatings, plants, carpets...) and sorted by preconditions within these groups - little icons tell you about them. Filter options at the top allow you to enable/disable being shown
* items without requirements
* items you are matching regarding Estate's building level requirements
* items you are matching regarding transformation level requirements

You can also recognize these requirements by the icons that are attached to the items:

eveline no requirements I. This item has no special requirements - anyone can acquire it.

eveline estate level II. This item is available if your Estate is at least level 3.

eveline transformation III. This item requires at least one transformation.

If an object costs rubies, this is also indicated - green tick marks tell you if you already own that item (the tooltip even tells you their number).

 

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DW icon 13) The Islands of the Dream World - General Information

There are four Crystal Islands in the Dream World where powerful benefits can be achieved. Certain conditions have to be achieved in the game in order to acquire these benefits.

Each island has three stages of bonuses - each stage has to be unlocked by reaching the necessary achievement, and the higher the stage the better the bonus. Some of these tasks you will be able to fulfill quite quickly; other stages may take a long time. This provides a challenge for even the most experienced players!

As soon as the first stage bonus is chosen the island is available for decorating.

 

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DW icon 14) The Islands of the Dream World - Different Types


Red Crystal Island

This island is all about mushrooms.

 red crystal island

The bonuses are between:
1. Additional chance to get a doubled harvest
of mushrooms (fungus itself and the fungus'
direct reward) and increasing the daily limit
for collecting mushrooms or
2. More mushrooms can grow in your village
and Dream World and the daily limit for the
collection of fungi increases

 

Green Crystal Island

The focus for this island is the 'Seal of Returns' spell.

green crystal island

You choose between these bonuses:
1. Harvest time slot of the spell
'Seal of Returns' is extended or
2. Bonus of the spell 'Seal of Returns'
is increased (yield and experience -
yield includes seed, mana and miragic
depending on which plants you're growing)

Golden Crystal Island

Gold fashions the bonus for this island.

yellow crystal island

You choose between:
1. More Gold at competition prizes or
2. More Gold for orders of
Questies and Premium Questie

Purple Crystal Island

This island is about Transformations.

purple crystal island

You choose between:
1. Reward in the form of gold, mana and rubies
for restarting after each transformation or
2. All buildings are immediately set to a
certain level after each transformation


Special note for the Purple Crystal Island:
Even with bonus 1) all buildings are automatically set to level 1 after a transformation. Choosing bonus 2) will replace that starting level, not add to it.

 

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DW icon 15) The Islands of the Dream World - Selecting Bonuses

When you click on an island, a menu window opens that tells you about the different bonuses that are possible on that island and how you can earn them. A tooltip (found when you move your cursor to the required achievement) gives you details on what you need to do to achieve this.

You can find the required achievement and other personal information in your Profile area for even more information. The bonus you have selected remains active until you have met the prerequisite for the next stage of this island, at which point you can choose between new powerful bonus options.

 choose bonus menu

Please, make a note about:

  • A new level of a bonus always replaces the old bonus. It does not add to it.
  • Changing the type of bonus when reaching a new level can help you find out which of the two alternatives serves you better.
  • If you need to change the type of your bonus (either if your bonus is at stage three or you can't wait until you reach the next stage) you can do it with the 'Reset island advantage' option. You have 3 free uses of that reset option (even though the button reads 'Buy'), every further use takes a fee of a few rubies.

 

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DW icon 16) Decorating in the Dream World

In the Dream World there is plenty of space available, just for you to decorate all alone. Along the main path from the Portal up to your Dream House, the special island, and the very small island can be decorated right from the start.

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The areas on the islands must be unlocked before you can decorate them, too.

This is quite easy: as soon as the prerequisite for the first stage of the island bonus has been reached and you have decided on one of the two possible bonuses, you are automatically able to decorate that new island.

Hint: The function 'Collect Everything' acts only where you are right now! So if you're in the village the 'Collect Everything' command will collect all the decorations in your village; the same command in the Dream World will collect all the Dream World decorations - the two worlds remain separate for that.

 

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DW icon 17) Flower tree and treasure chest - Flower donation

Every day you can donate one flower to a player of your choice. If you haven't donated your daily flower yet, the welcome screen will notify you about it.

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If you visit a Dream World and like it very much, you, the visiting player, can show your appreciation and leave a flower for the flower tree. All you need to do is simply click on the flower tree in this particular Dream World - you will find it near the Dream House, just above the purple bonus island.

A ranking in the Town Hall informs all players which Dream Worlds are the most popular for that particular month. At the beginning of a new month, this list starts at 0 for all players and the owners of the most popular Dream Worlds of the last month are honoured in an IGM to all players. A second ranking lists all flowers ever donated.

 

 

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DW icon 18) Flower tree and treasure chest - The flower tree's evolution

Like other items in Miramagia, the appearance of the flower tree evolves - according to the number of flowers donated to that Dream World. After the 20th flower it will lose most of those but sprout a few new leaves instead as a second stage; there are five stages.

flower tree 1  flower tree 2  flower tree 3  flower tree 4 

original appearance -
0 flowers donated

 

first stage,
in full bloom -
20 flowers donated

 

second stage
and 1 flower -
21 flowers donated

 

third stage
and 3 flowers -
43 flowers donated

 

flower tree 5  flower tree 6  flower tree 7 
fourth stage
and 1 flower -
61 flowers donated
fifth stage
and 4 flowers -
84 flowers donated
final appearance -
100+ flowers donated

A tool tip tells you how many flowers you or another player have received during the current month. Hold the mouse cursor on the flowering tree.

 

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DW icon 19) Flower tree and treasure chest - The treasure chest

If a player is lvl 20+, donating a flower produces treasures for both the donor and the recipient.

At donating a flower, the treasure will be rewarded directly - at receiving a flower, it will be put into the treasure chest in front of the flower tree. As soon as there are treasures in it, a promising refulgence emanates from within.

The treasure chest can hold up to 6 treasures at a time, so any additional flower donations won't produce treasures for the owner - after emptying it there will be a certain waiting period until it can be emptied again.

There are various sorts of treasures:
* Gold - donor lvl x 100, but 10,000 at the max
* Mana - donor lvl x 50, but 5,000 at the max
* 2 Rubies
* Decoration items for the garden or your Dream House, even seasonal ones

 treasure chest window

Hint: A transformation does not affect your treasure chest - a filled chest does neither keep you from transforming nor lose its treasures by transforming. So saving treasures and emptying the chest after a transformation can give you a boost of gold and mana.

 

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DW icon 20) Sky Art - Backgrounds for the Dream World

You can give your Dream World your own personal touch with a background theme to your liking. You will find a range of Sky Art motifs in your 'Dream World modification spell collection'.

 sky art menu

Before you can apply a background, you have to learn it first - it will cost Mana or rubies. Particularly exclusive background images will be available as weekly prizes; if you win one of these it will be ready to use at once.

 sky art window

Changing the background costs a small amount of mana, but significantly less than the original cost of learning the spell.


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