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Dungeons 4: How to Build Treasury



Dungeons 4: Treasury

Jumping back into the classic Dungeons sequel, Dungeons 4 will step you into the shoes of Thalya going against her stepbrother, Tristan who is on the good side. As you defeat Tristan in a prologue fight, Tristan will trick and trap Thalya and send her to one of the dungeons with a dungeon heart. To make your way out of the dungeons, treasury is one of the crucial rooms you need to build as nothing is free.

In this guide, we’ll go over how to build a Treasury in Dungeons 4.

How to Build Treasury in Dungeons 4

The Treasury is used for storing Gold that you mine from the dungeons to use for expenditures to get out of the dungeon. All of the structures and other rooms cost a certain amount of Gold which is consumed from the Treasury you build. To build a Treasury in Dungeons 4, you have to at least build a 5×5 tiles room in the dungeon around the Gold Veins and place down the Treasury Construction.

The Treasury Construction is unlocked from researching the Dungeon Level 1 from the Research Menu. It will cost 200 Gold to unlock Level 1 of the Dungeon unlocking various types of rooms including the Treasury. After that, you need to research Level 1 of Treasury which will cost you 500 Gold. Once you have unlocked the Treasury, open the Construction Menu. Select the Treasury Construction, and place them over the 5×5 tiles that you built.

Wait for the Snots to finish building the Treasury room around the Gold Veins and once they have finished building the treasury, they will gather all the gold and save it in the Treasury. The total amount of gathered Gold will show on the top of the screen giving you an overview of how much Gold you have stored.

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