- Jan 5, 2011
After welcoming Hades you should get 16 gems for completing the Hercules set of characters. Hades first quest is a 1 hour job. I’m waiting to send off any Hercules characters on jobs until that quest is finished.
Thanks for the tip! I don't plan on spending any gems (or cash) on Hades, though. I'm fine either way on this one. Now if it had been Hector, or Ian...If that ends up being the only hurdle, we're estimating the cost of this over on the Reddit, and it sounds like you could still get Hades for 30 Gems + in the neighborhood of 5 gems per 1000 EC. This is still a work in progress, though.
Congrats! Barring any changes it should be 1 gem for every 2K EC and is capped at 40 gems.I got really lucky with drops considering I'm not playing too often right now, and I am welcoming Hades this morning. Anyone remember what the deal is with gem conversion these days?
Thanks, so now it takes 80K EC to get 40 gems? Wow they are stingy. I miss the 80 gem days, and now even the 40k for 40 days. I guess I have to figure out how many of them I want to level up at this point.Congrats! Barring any changes it should be 1 gem for every 2K EC and is capped at 40 gems.
The final event tasks are short enough, but there's no benefit to completing them. Just get that last token to drop and you can start the 8-hour welcome with a bit of time to spare once he's complete.0/6 on the last token drop to welcome Hades. No worries about completion for this event either.
That's how it worked for me with Ian, but some people here said it didn't use to be that way.I believe you just have to start the Welcoming task.
That's a selfish mindset. The interns can't buy next semester's books with your imaginary gems.I used 198 gems to get Hades. I didn’t really like him, it I don’t have very many villains and it hurts the game sometimes to it have them in challenges- and better 198 gems than $10 cash.