Adventures are the quickest way to earn Gold and Land early in the game. Each adventure has different requirements such as Clan size , Warriors , Weapons and Energy.
Some adventures will randomly award "drop" items. Some adventures seem to drop items more easily than other. Another factor to consider is that some items will be more useful than others. A favourite of mine is the Giant Spider [46/41]. The Giant Spider is already quite a powerful weapon but when your minimum attack exceeds 46 you can use the gift Poison Arrows to give it a new lease of life by crafting it into the Noxious Giant Spider [49/49]. (This recipe also requires the Ledhrblaka Armor which can be elited and legendaried. I personally do not advise crafting the Noxious Giant Spider)
The att/def attributes of items acquired on adventures quickly begin to exceed the stats. of items you can buy with coins. The highest none legendary item you can buy is the Surtr Fire Sword [40/38] but this is exceeded by the Tarnkappe [40/44] dropped in Alfheim and by the gift Sigil of Odin [44/44]. By level 1,000 you should be able to dispense with ordinary purchased weapons altogether.
You will be awarded an achievement for completing each quest a certain number of times. This will usually take the form of 2 or 3 skill points.As you progress through the game it will take more repetitions to reach the 100% mark where the bonus is awarded. So while it is possible to skip quests they are also worth going back to complete.
In your Social feed, you can click "Adventure Help" and assist your clan members with their adventures. Each assist pays a small amount of XP (between 0.4% and 0.8% of your total XP required to advance a level) as well as a small amount of coins.
You are limited to helping out with a maximum of 35 adventures in a 22 hour period.
Viking Clan is split into different locations by player level. As you level up you unlock new Adventures, Blacksmith Recipes, Challenges and Bosses within the location until you have levelled enough to unlock the next one. Until you unlock a location you cannot usually see what lies ahead.
These locations are set out below together with details of the adventures they contain.
NB Some of the figures will be out by a few points of Energy as it seem the devs. have updated the Energy requirements (for some of the higher locations at least) since the original figures were collected. This update will also affect the new XP-to-Energy ratio data, just added. We will try and update the wiki with the new figures A.S.A.P.Fablanta (talk) 05:36, March 28, 2015 (UTC)
You need to hit expand to see the individual adventures available in that location.