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svartreig

Ochre Dofus

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Hello,

 

I am wondering whether should I start doing Eternal Harvest quest as I am willing to get another Dofus in my hands (currently I am owner of Crimson and Turquise only). The questline with all those souls seems like really exhausting way to go, but maybe the egg is worth the burden. As you have to pay for each soul stone, it seems pretty kamas-demanding. So my question is: Is it financially worth to do this omnious quest or it's not worth the whole effort and buying it (and not spending kamas on souls)? 

Thank you in advance!

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TBH I would just buy it 

the whole hassle of farming/buying souls is not worth it IMO

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If you do decide to farm it, here's an important tip: collect all arches and bosses first before starting on the normal mobs. You'll probably have almost every mob already souled, which saves you making/buying the soulstones for like 15 stages.

Don't do it step by step, it's a real waste. 

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i think the optimal way to get souls is both farming by urself and buying missing ones using kamas u gain while farming;

 

imo just play casually (for example treasure hunting) and soul every arch u come across (even doubles), make money at the same time to buy missing archs

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