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The Feast Hall is a section of your Keep where you can increase the amount of Food produced and host feasts to receive resources without needing to battle.

Generating foodEdit

Your Feast Hall will produce some food after every 3 minutes. You can increase the amount of food generated by upgrading your Feast Hall.

Hosting a feastEdit

Hosting feasts require a certain amount of food in order to be hosted. Upon hosting you will receive items such as keeper points, Portal Stones, Skill Scrolls, and Gold. There is a cooldown between hosting feasts, so you'll have to wait after hosting one. Upgrading your Feast Hall resets all Feast cooldowns.

You can host 3 kinds of feasts

  • Small Feast - Costs a small amount of food with 4 hour cooldown
  • Large Feast - Costs a moderate amount of food with 8 hour cooldown (Unlocked at level 4 Feast Hall)
  • Grand Feast - Costs a large amount of food with 16 hour cooldown (Unlocked at level 7 Feast Hall)

The cost of the feast slightly increases as you upgrade your Feast Hall.

Feast hall menu

Upgrading your feast hallEdit

You can improve your Feast Hall every 5 levels for a sum of gold. Upgrading your Feast Hall regenerates more food per 3 minutes, increases the maximum amount of food you can store by 75, and occasionally unlocks higher tier feasts. The costs of feasts rise with the level of the Feast Hall, but the rewards are commensurately greater.

Feast Hall Keeper Cost Food Produced Max Storage* Small Feast Large Feast Grand Feast
Level 1 Level 1 N/A 5 / 3 min 145 60 N/A N/A
Level 2 Level 5 8 / 3 min 245 70 N/A N/A
Level 3 Level 10 11 / 3 min 345 80 N/A N/A
Level 4 Level 15 5,000 14 / 3 min 445 90 200 N/A
Level 5 Level 20 10,000 17 / 3 min 545 100 225 N/A
Level 6 Level 25 20,000 20 / 3 min 645 110 250 N/A
Level 7 Level 30 40,000 23 / 3 min 745 120 275 550
Level 8 Level 35 75,000 26 / 3 min 845 130 300 600
Level 9 Level 40 100,000 29 / 3 min 945 140 325 650
Level 10 Level 45 250,000 32 / 3 min 1045 150 350 700

[*: Max Storage numbers are given at the minimum Keeper level required to upgrade to the corresponding Feast Hall level. Max Storage otherwise increases by 5 per keeper level.]

Feast Rewards Edit

Food costs are provided in the table above (which are equivalent to exp gains).

Feast Rewards. TP = Training Points; AP = Artisan Points
Hall

Level

Small Feast Large Feast Grand Feast
TP AP Gold TP AP Gold TP AP Gold
1 20 15 50 not

available

not

available

2 40 30 100
3 60 45 150
4 80 60 200 200 100 600
5 100 75 250 250 125 750
6 120 90 300 300 150 900
7 140 105 350 350 175 1050 700 350 2100
8 160 120 400 400 200 1200 800 400 2400
9 180 135 450 450 225 1350 900 450 2700
10 200 150 500 500 250 1500 1000 500 3000
Portal

Stone

chance of

1 standard

1 standard 1 golden
Scroll 3 Normal 2 Ancient 5 Ancient

Additional Details Edit

Rewards per hall level follow this pattern:

Scaling per level Small Feast Large Feast Grand Feast
EXP +10 / lvl +25 / lvl +50 / lvl
Training Points +20 / lvl +50 / lvl +100 / lvl
Artisan Points +15 / lvl +25 / lvl +50 / lvl
gold +50 / lvl +150 / lvl +300 / lvl

An easy way to compare each feast is to examine their proportional value.

Proportions Small Large Grand
Cost ~x 2x 4x
Training Points 4 10 20
Artisan Points 3 5 10
gold 10 30 60
Scrolls 3 normal 2 ancient 5 ancient
Portal Stones chance of

1 standard

1 standard 1 golden
Efficiency - relative points per food cost
Training Points 8 10 10
Artisan Points 6 5 5
gold 20 30 30

In the top half of the table are the proportions each feast provides rewards. For example, a large feast provides 30 gold for every 10 gold from a small feast. The small feast provides 10 gold and 4 training points. And so forth. These proportions are consistent at all feast hall levels across all three feasts.

Food cost is given as a placemarker "x" since it is not in proportion with the rewards. It serves merely to reference that a large feast costs roughly twice as much as a small feast, and a grand feast exactly twice as much as a large feast.

Moving to the bottom half, we can divide out the food cost to find the relative rewards per food spent.

Per point of food spent, the small feast is slightly more efficient in artisan points, nearly as efficient in training points, but quite a loss in gold. These are just approximate trends, since the food cost of the small feast isn't in proportion with the other two feasts (the small feast is actually about 15% more efficient than suggested in the table; at feast hall 10, this comes out to approximately 9.25 / 22 for TP/gold, and exactly 7 for AP).

The grand feast is simply two large feasts: It's exactly twice the food cost for exactly twice the rewards, so they are both equally efficient on these 3 rewards.

Obviously there are other rewards to consider, namely the portal stones and the scrolls.

Without testing and going on gut feeling, I suspect the small feast provides a standard portal stone 50% of the time. If that were the case, since the small feast actually costs slightly less than the large feast, it would be more efficient for standard portal stones in the long run.

To put it all into perspective, they're all roughly equivalent, except the small feast has a small edge on artisan points, the other two a big edge on gold, and the grand feast provides a golden portal stone for twice the food cost of a standard portal stone.

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