In Arcane Adventures, there are two types of currencies, Aurem and Lamina. These are used to buy, sell, or trade items around the world. Each one can be found in many ways, and have their own value.
Lamina is the most common form of currency in Arcane Adventures and is highly abundant compared to Aurem. Lamina also changes in value time to time, resulting in the price of items varying. If the item can be bought at a store, the sell value of the item is 1/3 of the base store price.
One Aurem is equivalent to 500-2000 Lamina, depending on the economy rates (0.5x - 2x).
The maximum amount of Lamina a player can hold in their bank uses the formula (Player Level x 1,000). The most a player can hold in their bank at level 250 is 250,000 Lamina, or 500,000 Lamina with the 2x Bank Storage gamepass.
Players drop 25% of their on-hand Lamina on death. Any Lamina stored in the bank will not be lost on death.
Methods To Earn Lamina
Destroying Pirate Ships
Destroying pirate ships or defeating the crew boarding the ship will spawn chests on top of the deck, though this method may prove hard way for new players as the pirates' level could escalate to levels beyond the maximum level.
Capturing Islands forces the residents on the captured island to pay tax to the capturer. For each minute the island is captured, the amount of tax sent to the player is increase until a certain point. Capturing multiple islands will earn more than just one island. If the capturer is in a clan, the tax gets divided up to each clan member in the server.
Chests sometimes contain Lamina, varying from as little as 100 lamina to 400 lamina from basic chests and over 400,000 Lamina from gold chests. Although normal chests never give large amounts of Lamina, they can yield valuable equipment that can be sold for huge sums of Lamina.
If the player cannot afford to pay the robux to open a gold chest, they may alternatively sell it for ~30,000 Lamina.
Fishing may yield large sums of Lamina if the player catches a large fish, as well as valuable equipment that may also be sold for Lamina. The Silver Rod should be used if fishing for highly valued fish and the Magnet Rod for more equipment.
Collectibles can be found in many different areas, varying from shores to trees. These can net you anywhere from a few hundred to a few thousand Lamina depending on the value of the collectible.
One of the four sections of the Daily Rewards Wheel gives you a set amount of Lamina, equivalent to 10,000 times the number of days played consecutively, up to a maximum of 100k at 10 days.
Players can be given donations from anyone in the server. To donate Lamina to someone, click on menu, click the "Donate Lamina" icon on GUI, enter the receiver's username and amount of Lamina, and press send.
Players can trade armor, potions, treasure maps, weapons and more with other players. Trades can be paired with Lamina, so trading desired equipment for a price above what they can be sold at shops for can be a good way to quickly build up one's Lamina.
If a player has a good reputation, they may pick a bounty to hunt by interacting with wanted boards found on various islands and ships. The boards allow the player to view the bounties on everyone in the server. Only one person may be hunted at a time.
Successfully hunting players places them in jail and transfers their bounty to the hunter in the form of Lamina. The player that was hunted loses a percent of their bounty.
Aurem, once sacrificed to Prometheus in exchange for power, is now a rare gem used as a higher form of currency than Lamina. Unlike Lamina, Aurem also has a constant value, meaning items will always cost a certain amount of Aurem. Additionally, players are only able to create a clan with 50 Aurem; it is impossible to do so with Lamina. Upon death, no Aurem will be lost, but you are also unable to store Aurem in the Bank.
Players can carry a maximum of 300 Aurem with them.
Methods to Earn Aurem
While fishing, players are able to fish out bags of Aurem, which always yield 5 Aurem.
Chests may contain Aurem. However, they are much rarer to come by than Lamina and vary from 1 to 3 Aurem at a time.
One of the four sections of the Daily Rewards Wheel gives you a set amount of Aurem, equivalent to 5 times the number of days played consecutively, up to a maximum of 50 at ten days.
- If you have the economist's scroll, be sure to check it when you want to buy something.
- When the Lamina Value is above 1x items in stores, selling items will yield you much more Lamina.
- When Lamina Value is below 1x prices in shops, selling items for less than their usual amount is a horrible idea.
- Aurem is named after 'Aurum' which means 'Gold' in Latin. That is also why Gold on the periodic table is represented by: 'Au'.