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Treasure-Seeking Seelie is an event gadget from the event Lost Riches that is obtained from the starting quest from Ulman. It is used to search for Iron Coins.


Activating the Treasure-Seeking Seelie can only be done in a Treasure Area and has a 30s cooldown. When not in a Treasure Area, it will not have any effect and will enter a 5s cooldown. When within a two sprint radius of a spot, the Treasure-Seeking Seelie will shine and beep and the spot will be revealed on the ground to be dug up. Digging up a spot rewards 4, 8 or 20 Iron Coins, for a maximum of 60 Iron Coins per treasure area. When a character is in a combat state, the Treasure-Seeking Seelie will disappear and will only reappear (without a need to resummon) when the battle is over. Interestingly, dig spots will still be found and shown on the ground even in a combat state, though without the Treasure-Seeking Seelie's shine and beeping as additional aids. However, the Treasure-Seeking Seelie will be dismissed completely and needs to be equipped and resummoned again if the character switches to another equipped gadget.

Sometimes, after digging up Iron Coins, Treasure Hoarders will appear. As stated above, they do not have to be fought as new dig spots will still be shown even during combat. When all treasures have been collected for the day, using the Treasure-Seeking Seelie will give the message: "It seems that there are no treasures left to collect today. Summon Treasure-Seeking Seelie tomorrow and try your luck again!"

After the event ends on January 18, 2021 at 04:00, the Treasure-Seeking Seelie will be removed from the inventory.

Known bugs

  • The Mini-seelie's cooldown stops at 0.1 seconds. Restart the game.


Change History

Released in Version 1.2