(Frequently Asked Questions) and Answers
Questions about Game-Play:
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How to use my crystals to save a creature, build my castle, and raise my avatar.
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How to remove a student that moved away, and add a new student that moved into my class.
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There are three ways to earn crystals while playing The Teachers' Dungeon.
You earn one crystal each time you answer a Mini-Battle question correctly.
You earn 5 crystals each time you answer a Tutorial question correctly.
You earn three crystals if you get a tutorial question wrong, and you complete the tutorial given by one of the professors trapped within The Teachers' Dungeon. However, you must use one crystal to escape the dungeon, so you end up with two crystals.
You can earn 50 crystals by inviting your teacher, or a friend to give The Teachers' Dungeon a try. Simply send them one of our pre-designed emails or text messages. You can even post an invitation to Facebook.
You can also earn 50 crystals by having your parents send an email or text message, or placing a post on Facebook inviting their friends to give The Teachers' Dungeon a try.
Crystals are used to save creatures from the Dungeon, to rebuild your castle, and ultimately to elevate your royal status from blacksmith, to archer, to knight, to duke or duchess, to prince or princess, and finally to king or queen.
Your castle is rebuilt one section at a time. Click on the castle icon on The Teachers' Dungeon’s Game-Play interface. It will show you how many castle sections you have already rebuilt, and how many crystals are needed to rebuild the next section. If you have enough crystals, simply click on the next section and the next section will appear in your Game-Play. Note: you must save a certain number of creatures, and build a certain number of castle levels in order to move up to the next level in royalty.
Click on the creature icon with a unicorn on the left-hand side of The Teachers' Dungeon’s Game-Play interface. It will show you how many creatures you have already save. It will also show you how many castle pets, humans, enchanted humans, power beasts, and/or mythical creatures you need to elevate your royalty to the next level.
I am sorry to say, “No.” When the professors accepted the magic that allows them to assist you in saving the innocent creatures trapped by FlareVal, they gave up any life they once had outside of The Teacher’s Dungeon. They are trapped here forever.
In order to become king or queen within the realm of Valcrest, you must fulfill all three of the following challenges:
You must rebuild all seven sections of your castle.
You must save a total of 11 castle pets, 10 humans, 17 enchanted humans, 20 power beasts, and 18 mythical creatures.
You must use your magical crystals to transform yourself from a blacksmith to an archer, to a knight, to a duke or duchess, to a prince or princess, and finally to a king or queen.
Once you have rebuilt a section of castle, and save enough castle pets, humans, enchanted humans, power beasts, and mythical creatures, you will be ready to use your magical crystals to transform or upgrade your avatar to the next level.
Simple click on your avatar’s icon on The Teachers' Dungeon’s Game-Play interface. You will be told how many magical crystals are needed to elevate your avatar to the next level of royalty.
The Teacher’s Dungeon updates the top ranking royalty on Facebook daily. You can win in the any of the following categories:
Highest Ranking Royalty within each School
Highest Ranking Royalty within each City
Highest Ranking Royalty within each State
Highest Ranking Royalty across the entire United States of America
Royalty ranking is based upon the following three categories and the point awarded for each:
Blacksmith = 50 points
Archer = 500 points
Knight = 5,000 points
Duke or Duchess = 50,000 points
Prince or Princess = 500,000 points
King or Queen = 5,000,000 points
Castle Section Built
Section 1 = 1 points
Section 2 = 9 points
Section 3 = 99 points
Section 4 = 999 points
Section 5 = 9,999 points
Section 6 = 99,999 points
Section 7 = 999,999 points
Castle Pets = 10 points
Humans = 50 points
Enchanted Humans = 200 points
Power Beasts = 400 points
Mythical Creatures = 1,000 points
The Teachers' Dungeon’s game logic is set to self-adjust with each child’s game-play.
All children start the game at 3rd grade and work their way up through the Common Core essential standards. If a child is 89% proficient in a standard, that child moves the the next level of difficulty. If a child is 88% proficient or less they will remain at their current level of difficulty. These children will recieve video tutorials that teach strategies for understanding each the the essential common core standards, until they achieve 89% proficiency or better and move to the next level of difficulty.
YES! The Teachers' Dungeon was developed with the National Common Core Educational Standards in mind. We offer support in the form of video tutorials.