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Raval

Raval est le Protecteur de septange. Quand vient l’automne, il sillonne le Monde des 12 afin de soutirer le fluide vital de la faune et de la flore. Une tâche lugubre, mais nécessaire, qu’il mène à bien sans se poser de questions ! À moins qu’il ne s’en pose… mais dans les faits, ça ne change pas grand-chose !

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Septange
La Bworkette

Les aventuriers nés sous le signe de la Bworkette sont souvent naïfs. Dotés d’un intellect limité, ils se font facilement embobiner par les gens malintentionnés. Mais lorsqu’ils s’aperçoivent de la supercherie, ils peuvent entrer dans une colère noire… et débiter toutes sortes d’insanités que même la Bworkette ne saurait prononcer !

What is the Almanax?

In the Krosmoz, nothing happens by chance (well, almost nothing)...
We all know about the Protectors of the Months and the Demons of the Hours, but did you know that there are also Keepers of the Days? These minor gods, known as "Meridia", each have a personality and a special power. The day associated with a certain Meridia will be influenced by this minor god's powers, which is what we call the Meridian Effect...

Meridias

The Almanax is the calendar which lists the Keepers of the Days and the impact they have on the World of Twelve during their 24 hours of power. Inside, you'll find the Meridia of each day of the year, as well as the associated daily quests and in-game rewards. Now, answer me this: if you can do something today and earn rewards for it, why wait until tomorrow?

Daily bonuses and quests in DOFUS


As well as telling you about the Meridia of the day, the Almanax includes information about the day's theme, the bonuses you can enjoy and the daily quest available in DOFUS.

There's a new bonus in game every day (eg. +50% XP when fighting Gobballs).

A new quest is also unlocked each day. Complete it to earn tokens which can be exchanged with certain NPCs for rare and exclusive items: emotes, illusions, pebbles, spells, books, etc.

The final reward is worth the wait...
It's anIt's an exclusive Dofus; the Dolmanax!

To get your hands on one, you'll have to prove that you really, really want it; that you're burning with Krosmic fire; that you're a relentless force to be reckoned with! It'll take longer than training a horde of wild Tofus and it'll be more dangerous than rubbing a Dreggon up the wrong way: you're going to have to complete a total of 365 daily quests!

There are two ways to do this:
- you can complete every single quest for the year,
- or you can accumulate 365 quests over a longer period of time by repeating certain quests the following year to reach your total.

Daily bonuses and quests in WAKFU

The Almanax also applies to the WAKFU MMO. The theme of each day and the associated Meridia stay the same as those for the Krosmoz and the Dofus Era, but the rewards and daily quest system are different.

Every day, a new quest is unlocked. Complete it to earn tokens which can be used in "token machines" to obtain rare and exclusive items (emotes, insignia, pets, etc.) and consumables (candy, etc.).

The final reward is worth the wait...
It's WAKFU's very first mount!

To get your hands on one, you'll have to prove that you're the leetest of the leet and that not even a Trool can stop you... It'll take longer than distributing a ton of hay to a herd of starving Gobbettes and it'll be more dangerous than scaling Mount Zinit armed with nothing but a pair of nail scissors to trim Ogrest's beard: you're going to have to complete a total of 365 daily quests!

There are two ways to do this:
- you can complete every single quest for the year,
- or you can accumulate 365 quests over a longer period of time by repeating certain quests the following year to reach your total.

Why do some holidays change date
from one year to the next?

"In the Krosmoz, nothing happens by chance (well, almost nothing)..."

Let's find out more about that "almost"!

You've probably noticed that some events don't take place on the same date every year, and you're probably deeply disturbed by this (I know, I know...). Here's the explanation: Djaul, whose main aim in life is to steal days from Jiva and extend the icy month that he "protects", Descendre, was so confident that he recruited minor gods for his extra days. Until he succeeds, though, the poor Meridia-to-be will have to wait in line...

To stop them from pestering him all year long, Djaul allocates a few random days to his recruits each year, and the established Meridia for those days (whose permission he doesn't ask, of course) have to step down meekly. When the Great Flounderer tells you to do something, you don't ask questions!