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Dungeons 4: How to Gather Gold



Dungeons 4: Gold

Gold is the most crucial resource in Dungeons 4 as it is required for accomplishing every expenditure throughout the adventure through the dungeons and the overworld. Every room and structure you build in your settlement and along the way will cost a certain amount of Gold for which you must gather a lot of Gold.

In this guide, we’ll go over how to gather gold in Dungeons 4.

How to Gather Gold in Dungeons 4

Gold is the primary currency and a resource in Dungeons 4 that can be obtained throughout the dungeons but the most amount of Gold can be obtained from the Gold Veins in the dungeons. To gather the Gold in the dungeons, you will require several Snots. Snots are the creatures with the Pickaxe who can mine through the dungeons to locate the gold and gold veins.

To find gold in the dungeons, use the Hand of Terror to mark the tiles that have a little shine by holding down the LMB to order Snots to mine the marked tiles. If you happen to mark tiles with a gold layout, it means that the following tiles will have a Gold Vein beneath it which can gather you a decent amount of Gold.

However, finding gold is not enough as you need to store the gold to make use of it. To do so, build a Treasury around the Gold Vein you found. It will allow the Snots to gather all of the Gold that they have been finding in all of the marked tiles to pick up and store at the treasury. The stored Gold will be added to the total amount of Gold which can be seen at the top of the screen. You can build multiple Treasuries around the dungeons to expand your Gold limit to make your expenditures easy to handle.

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