All passionate players of coin master are eagerly awaiting the Viking quest. But what exactly is this Viking? We will explain what this quest is all about. So you will better understand why it is so eagerly awaited.
What is the Viking’s quest?
Daily on Coin Master, you can participate in tournaments. They allow you to get winnings (spins/turns, coins, XP for animals) but rarely the Grail of Gold card. This event is poorly detailed on the official website of the game.
By definition, the quest is the action of collecting funds or valuables. This Viking quest allows the player to win winnings (gold, tricks, XP) and chests, especially two gold cards. This avoids having to buy chests to get them and spend his coins. Moreover, it is much more profitable to win them during the Viking than during the 419 card boom.
The first gold card is always new. The second gold card usually closes one of your lowest sets. The other advantage of completing the quest is the 5000 turn bonus. Finally, even if you win some money, close to a billion, this amount remains anecdotal.
A game within the game
The Viking quest comes in addition to the tournament. Indeed, it is an individual game in the master corner game. To access it, click on the icon, and the doors open. Then a new round starts. The player opens doors that take him to a machine that allows him to bet. In the beginning, you select how much you bet. Then, as you move forward, the starting bet is imposed. It is, therefore, essential to have a lot of gold to start with.
The Viking appears regularly in the game. Usually, Coin Master activates this event 2-3 times a week. This frequency allows you to progress at a good pace in the game.
Usually, it is used to set up an end of the tournament. Sometimes it can be available as soon as a new contest starts.
Not all Vikings have the same activation time. Some are available for 24 hours. Others give you more time to complete them by being active for 48 or 36 hours.
Viking Quest: 10 steps
The Viking Quest is a 10-step quest. Each step corresponds to a mission and a win. At the start, you have 5 throws that give you access to the first lock and unlock the first gift. Each task is completed, the player gets a gift. The first gold card is opened at the fifth gift. However, you don’t know which one, but it achieves a set. The more he progresses in the quest, the bigger the winnings but also the challenges. Indeed, the quest becomes more complicated when you have to reach the sum only with the bonus wheel.
Therefore, players with many open sets are eagerly awaiting this challenge. Indeed, they can win two or more gold cards. Very often, the final grail is the gold card of the last set to be completed chronologically. For example, the gold card from the previous set to be completed in chronological order is often the final grail.
The Viking Quest: who can play and how?
Unlike tournaments, to play the Viking Quest, you only need coins. Of course, to get coins, you have to play spins unless you have stored gold. Concretely, to play the Viking quest, you need big loot (pink pig). Therefore, you have to play big bets during the tournament.
However, not all master corner players have access to it. Indeed, to participate, you must have reached village 50. This is one reason why only good Corner Master plays Viking because they are advanced in the game. Sometimes the Viking event in Coin Master may be open less advanced.
Protection against raiding
When you play the Viking’s quest, your stock of coins is protected against looting. The protection time is 3 minutes. You must play a trick to get this advantage. Opening the Viking’s Quest will not protect you if you do not play.
Beat the Viking
Defeating the Viking means you’ve completed the mission. You complete the quest and get your 2 gold cards.
How do you get a Viking every time?
The answer to this question is actually straightforward. There is a magic recipe for successfully completing the quest. The trick is to complete it with 30 billion gold to start with. This may seem impossible to those who will start their first quest. However, be aware that all big players do this. This way, you are sure to go all the way to the end without too many difficulties.
How long does it take to finish a Viking?
I will give you a Norman answer to this question. It depends. Indeed the amount you choose to put into the Viking jackpot is essential. If you choose the minimum bet, the last step can take 7 or 8 or more. If you bet the maximum, and hopefully you’ll finish it in less than an hour.
What bet do I make on the Viking?
This is a crucial question to learn how to bet at Viking. Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a miracle recipe. It will be your responsibility to learn how to master this part of the game. Not only your experience but also that of your contacts will be crucial. However, I advise you not to bet too much if your gold stock doesn’t allow it.
How much does the Viking’s quest cost?
This is a legitimate question. You should know that the cost of coins will be different for each player. Some of you will end up beating the Viking with 10 billion, while others will have spent 25 billion. It’s like in a casino. You can’t know in advance.
Can I win coins with the Viking?
Some people sometimes manage to beat the Viking and have more coins at the end. But you have to keep in mind that you will lose coins more often than you win them. We can read that some people have won between 1 and 6 billion coins at the end of their quest on the discussion groups. You have to learn to savor these rare moments of the game.
What to do when you have beaten the Viking?
The Viking’s quest remains available even after you have completed it. You can still continue to play the Super Jackpot. Some players try to increase their gold by 1 or 2 billion a little. This is mainly for players who have a large stock of coins.
Should I play the first gold card or the second?
This is the first question you should ask yourself before you go on the attack. What is your goal in the Viking? If you don’t have a minimum of 20 billion coins and 5000 turns in stock, I will advise you to stop at the first card. If you have 20 billion, then you advance and try it. Be sure to keep a few turns in stock to replenish your coin stock if the 20 billion is not enough.
Rumors about the Viking
Regularly rumors are circulating about the Viking. The latest one is the deletion of the game sequence in Coin Master. Beware of this type of information, which can be described as fake news. The Viking is not about to be abandoned by the Coin Master teams. That doesn’t mean it’s set in stone either, but it’s quite unlikely.