Coins are a type of currency in Terra Battle. They are used in various upgrades and can also be used to pull from the Tavern.
Earning coins[edit | edit source]
Coins can be obtained from login bonuses and as drops from most quests.
- Consecutive Login Bonus (six times every 8 days)
- 500 coins on day 1
- 800 coins on day 2
- 1,000 coins on day 3
- 1,500 coins on day 4
- 2,000 coins on day 6
- 3,000 coins on day 7
- Hunting Zone - Attack of the Coin Creeps
- Daily Quests - Hedgehog Hullabaloo (six times every 41 days)
- Chapter 5-8 - 589 coins for 1 stamina
- Selling Companions
- Trading Post - 5 coins for 1 Animata item
- Luck Treasure Chests
Increasing coins earned[edit | edit source]
- Money Bags
- Coin Bonus - Bajanna, Lucky Coin, Reinforcement Bajanna
- Passive skill that increases coins earned based on the combo modifier.
- Multiples of this skill do not stack.
- Pickpocket / Mug
- Yulia - Two active skills that have a 30% chance to steal 25% of pincered enemies' base coins.
- Rascal★ - One active skill that has a 30% chance to steal 20% of pincered enemies' base coins.
- Haggo - One active skill that has a 30% chance to steal 15% of Area(1) enemies' base coins.
- A limit of 4 successful steals may be performed on the same enemy.
- Coin Boost
- Increases coins earned by 50%.
Selling companions[edit | edit source]
|Golden Minion Λ||40,000|
|Metal Minion ΛΛ||20,000|
|Glassy Minion Λ||10,000|
|Metal Minion Λ||3,000|
|Z||450 × Level|
|SS||400 × Level|
|S||300 × Level|
|A||250 × Level|
|B||200 × Level|
|C||150 × Level|
|D||100 × Level|
Metal Minions are worth notably more coins than normal companions. This makes farming them from Metal Zones and selling them a viable alternative to earning coins when Attack of the Coin Creeps is not available.
The most efficient way to obtain Metal Minions is by farming Metal Tickets from Chapter 6-8 and using the tickets on the highest level Metal Zone available from the Arena. Running 6-8 with Treasure Hunter characters or when the chapter's item drop rate is boosted by the Daily Bonus will increase the efficiency.
Tip: Upgrading a level 1 companion using one Metal Minion (B Class) makes the companion worth slightly more coins than if the companion and Metal Minion were sold separately.
(Metal Minion to Metal Minion Λ) 10*500 + 1,106 = 6,106 coins invested
(Metal Minion Λ to Metal Minion ΛΛ) 3*3,000 + 2,106 = 11,106 coins invested
(Metal Minion to Metal Minion ΛΛ) 3*(10*500 + 1,106) + 2,106 = 20,424 coins invested
Tip 2: Mathematically, it is worth it to merge Metal Minion Λ drops before selling. However, do not merge regular Metal Minions.
Using coins[edit | edit source]
Tavern[edit | edit source]
Coins can be spent at the Tavern to recruit Characters via the Pact of Fate and Pact of Fellowship for 3,000 coins per pull, or find Companions via the Companions of Fellowship for 2,000 coins per pull. If a player has enough coins to pull more than once, the player can choose to pull up to 10 times at once. (Note that all Fellowship Tickets must be used before coins can be used.)
|Pact of Fate (Coins)||3,000|
|Pact of Fellowship||3,000|
|Companions of Fellowship||2,000|
Character upgrades[edit | edit source]
Coins are also needed along with the required items when upgrading characters through Add Jobs and Recode DNA. The cost to perform these upgrades varies, depending on the type of upgrade and the class of the character.
|Class / Job||Cost|
|Z Job 2||14,000|
|Z Job 3||28,000|
|SS Job 2||10,000|
|S Job 2|
|SS Job 3||20,000|
|S Job 3|
|A Job 2||8,000|
|B Job 2|
|A Job 3||16,000|
|B Job 3|
|SS Class or lower||20,000|
Companion upgrades[edit | edit source]
Companions need a set amount of coins along with the required items when evolving them.
|SS > Z||20,000|
|S > SS||16,000|
|A > S||12,000|
|B > A||10,000|
|C > B||8,000|
|D > C||6,000|
Upgrading companions has a cost that increases as the level of the base companion increases.
Coins required = 50 × (base companion's level) × (number of components)