Magic Research – Stories and events

Magic Research – Stories and events 1 -
Magic Research – Stories and events 1 -

Hi, welcome to this post, This Magic Research – Stories and Events Guide was written to be helpful to you, and we genuinely hope that you do.

Your runs are built around stories and events. Stories and events can be long-term or short-term. For Stories, there are

Stories and events


Two types: Random and Not Random.

Let’s start simple, but not random.

Defeat 10 Monsters in School Basement A1

Unlocks Evocation school

Build at least 20 lumber yards

3x the production of wood from lumber yards

Defeat up to 20 mobs in the School Basement

Unlock “Bestiary” feature

Explore the Living Forest Entrance

Building stasis. It’s pretty simple. The choice is not important. Personal recommendation: get Lumber Yards->Warehouses->Water Tanks->Vaults or Mana Spouts->Mana Shards

Defeat Angry Guardian bosses at the Living Forest Entrance

Unlocks Protection school

Cherry Ent boss in the Living Forest Grove defeated

Unlocks the Nature element. The most cheating element. Can conjure a wood. Evocation spells can bypass monster’s defense

Clear the Abandoned Laboratory that appears after you defeat the Cherry Ent

Unlocks Breeding School

Hire 15 or more apprentices

Select “Enable smarter Apprentices” from the Apprentices Menu.

Explore the Thunder Tower Bottom. Complete at least one building stasis.

Same as Stasis with “cooler” building

Beat the Dark Knight boss on the Thunder Tower

Unlocks Lightning element

When Exploration is unlocked and bandits steal your Coins, with a primary level of 28 or above, you will unlock the new dungeon. Defeat the boss in this dungeon

Thieves den permanently unlocked

Temple of Darkness, 1F: Defeat three monsters

Unlocks Divination school

After retiring after defeating 3 enemies in Temple of Darkness 1F defeat Ancient Headmaster under 12 minutes.

Cost of buildings scales down 20% slower

All your school levels should be raised to lvl29

The Exp required in non-primary schools will be much lower

Defeat the master in *Magic School name* at Lv30/48.

Get bonuses for spells from that school. Recommendation: Enchantment->Conjuration->Illusion->Protection

Wait a couple of seconds after you win Tournament of Magic and have Divination Level 45 and 30K mana

When starting a brand new run, you can unlock the “Challenges”.

Win the Tournament of Magic

You are already an adult. Choose yourself!

Random ones can be random, so it is best to finish all of them if you are able.

Some of the stories require that you have built something or have time pieces (25k is required for one story).

Here is the list:

  • School Basement

    The Magic Library – The Mimic

  • Living Forest

    The Elder Tree, The Fairy Circle

  • Thunder Tower

    The Giant Generator

  • Thunder Tower Middle A Purple Chamber Nasty creature. Uses long Silence
  • Four Dragons/Crystals events (one in each location).

    Miniature Replica, Obstacle Course. Relic of Gushing Water. Well of Magma

  • Temple of Darkness

    The Reaper of Souls Unholy Research

It’s not the outcome that matters. Choose wisely.

My recommendations (excluding the last or not important option)

The Statue: Researcher->Headmaster

The Time Ritual: Hoard Time->Income->Research (if you can take it)-> Speed Up

The Magic Library – Yellow-> Red-> blue

The Elder Tree : Red->Green

The Giant generator: Sword->Cog

Other Text is Hazy and Cannot be Read

The events are usually much more straightforward, and you have little choice in most cases.

Those that do not have much influence on the story or are only a small part of it.

You may be interested by one of these:

Divine My Future (Upon Learning Divination and Reading Woman’s Destiny for Real, you will get a -50% Cooldown on Divination Spells)

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