FAQ: Daily Quests

How do I access Daily Quests?

You need to purchase the $10 Summoner's Spellbook before you can unlock Daily Quests.

How often can I do a Daily Quest?

A new daily quest can be started every 23 hours, if the current one has been completed.
When you start a new quest, you get one free re-roll of the quest.
If you do not complete the quest and instead re-roll it, then you can re-roll it again in 23 hours.
If you complete the quest, then you can start a new one 23 hours from the last time you either started the quest or re-rolled it.
If you take more than 23 hours to complete your daily quest, then as soon as you complete it you can start a new one. That is how some players can complete 2 daily quests in short succession.

What are the Daily Quests available?

Fire Quest (Stir the Volcano): Win 5 ranked battles with the Fire Splinter. (Using a Dragon summoner with the Fire Splinter does NOT count. You have to actually use a Fire summoner such as Malric Inferno or Pyre).
Water Quest (Pirate Attacks ): Win 5 ranked battles with the Water Splinter. (Using a Dragon summoner with the Water Splinter does NOT count. You have to actually use a Water summoner such as Alric Stormbringer or Bortus).
Earth Quest (Lyanna's Call): Win 5 ranked battles with the Earth Splinter. (Using a Dragon summoner with the Earth Splinter does NOT count. You have to actually use a Earth summoner such as Lyanna Natura or Wizard of Eastwood).
Life Quest (Defend the Borders ): Win 5 ranked battles with the Life Splinter. (Using a Dragon summoner with the Life Splinter does NOT count. You have to actually use a Life summoner such as Tyrus Paladium or Mother Khala).
Death Quest (Rising Dead): Win 5 ranked battles with the Death Splinter. (Using a Dragon summoner with the Death Splinter does NOT count. You have to actually use a Death summoner such as Zintar Mortalis or Contessa L'ament).
Dragon Quest (Gloridax Revenge): Win 5 ranked battles with the Dragon Splinter. (Using a Dragon summoner such as Drake of Arnak).
No Neutral Quest (Stubborn Mercenaries): Win 3 battles without Neutral monsters. (You may have to consciously remind yourself not to include the Furious Chicken! The battle has to actually resolve in order for the game to count. If your opponent flees and there is no battle resolution, then you do not progress on this quest).
Sneak Quest (Stealth Mission): Win 5 battles using a Sneak monster. (You have to use a monster that naturally has the Sneak ability. Rule sets that give or remove the Sneak ability like Super Sneak, Fog of War, and Back to Basics, are ignored when considering the quest requirements - it is based on the symbols on the cards outside of rules adjustments. The battle has to actually resolve in order for the game to count. If your opponent flees and there is no battle resolution, then you do not progress on this quest).
Snipe Quest (High Priority Targets): Win 5 battles using a Snipe monster. (You have to use a monster that naturally has the Snipe ability. Rule sets that give or remove the Snipe ability like Target Practice, Fog of War, and Back to Basics, are ignored when considering the quest requirements - it is based on the symbols on the cards outside of rules adjustments. The battle has to actually resolve in order for the game to count. If your opponent flees and there is no battle resolution, then you do not progress on this quest).
(Currently Disabled since tournaments are not available on mobile) Tournament Quest (Proving Grounds) : Win 1 tournament battle with any Splinter.

What do I get for completing a Daily Quest?

Once you complete the requirements of a Daily Quest, the Claim button appears and you can no longer re-roll the quest. When you click the Claim button you get a fixed number of Loot Chests based on your league at the time you claim it.
If you click the "Details" button it describes your current Daily Quest and lists the Max Rewards based on your current league. But ultimately the number of Loot Chests you get is based on your league when you Claim it (not when you started the Daily Quest). So once you have completed the requirements for the quest, you can increase your rating or power to advance in league and then Claim it later to get more Loot Chests.
Please reference this chart to see how many Loot Chests you get based on your league:

Didn't I used to get something else for completing Daily Quests?

In the early days, players used to get Beta boosters for completing Daily Quests. Then the system was changed so players got a certain number of Reward cards (based on their league). And now players get a certain number of Loot Chests (based on their league).
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