Location Quest

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Location Quests are another type of Quest in Coin Hunt World, in addition to Photo Quests, Buddy Quests, Walking Quests, and Quest Chains.

Location Quests will be coming to Coin Hunt World soon. The first one was revealed during the Hawaii Event 2022 at an extinct Volcano in Honolulu, Hawaii called Koko Crater.

Location Quests are started by visiting a Monument.

List of known Monuments

ID Slot Country Region City Type Name Address Website Progress Map
176 USA Hawaii Honolulu Monument Volcano Ritual Location Quest k / 100 k ๐Ÿ—บ

List of Cubies obtainable from Location Quests

ID Cubie Blueprint Name Tier Recipe Print Time Release Date Release Year Category Event Released Blueprint Counts Flavor Text Will Return First Print Date First Print Player Notes Notes Notes Animation
92 Cubie-Tiki Chief Cubie.png CubieBP-Tiki Chief Cubie Blueprint.png Tiki Chief Cubie Epic 3000 Red Lei2000 Anthurium Flower100 Koa Wood5000 Resin 20 min June 1, 2022 2022 Location Quest Volcano Ritual Location Quest Volcano Ritual Location Quest

June 1, 2022

โˆž So how much did it cost to bring me in to your inventory? Yes June 28, 2022 Bozwalds This print happned the day after the first 9 hunters completed the Volcano Ritual Location Quest. This Cubie Blueprint is expected to be available again during future Volcano Ritual Location Quests for players who have never owned it.


You must complete the Volcano Ritual Location Quest to obtain the Blueprint for this Cubie. View Animation


Future Plans

Illusionweaver shared the following information in Discord about the future of Location Quests:

  • The Volcano Ritual Location Quest is an example of a new mechanic we are piloting during the Hawaii Event 2022
  • Once we see that it works well, we can use the mechanic all over the world. The second use of it is already on the design table.
  • This will be the first Cubie Blueprint you can only get if you climb a volcano.
  • Once the quest is active, it will stay active forever for everybody who wants to come and do it.
  • Think of these things like Special Events, but instead of time/period based they are GPS coord based.
  • The Volcano Ritual Location Quest is not ready to launch yet, we need a few more weeks.
  • Other examples would be Egyptian Pyramids, Aztec Ruins, etc.
  • Druid Cubies at Stonehenge would be pretty cool.
  • I definitely want to do National Park Location Quests, just worried about cell phone reception.