- Power Stones are used to make Statues.
- There are 4 types of Power Stones: Life, Ice, Magma, and Dark.
- There are 3 sizes of Power Stones: Fragment, Shard, and Crystal.
- It is possible to obtain Power Stones and keep them before you have built the Sculptor, however those that are will only be obtainable through the Daily Reward. Any Power Stones you earn are stored on your base. You will not be able to see how many Power Stones you have until the Sculptor is built, nor are they usable until then.
- Any Power Stones that you own cannot be lost to attackers. If your home base is destroyed and the attacker wins one or more Power Stones, the Power Stones they get are freshly generated by the game as a part of the attacker’s loot bonus.
Power Stone Chance
- When a base is destroyed, you have a 25% chance that the Headquarters will give you a Power Stone. Every other building on the base has a 2% chance that it will give you a Power Stone.
- If you do get a Power Stone from a building, there is an 85% chance it will be a Fragment, 12% chance it will be a Shard, and a 3% chance it will be a Crystal.
- A particular type of Dark Statue boosts Power Stone chances. The extra percentage of chance that the statue gives is multiplied with each building’s base chance. For example, if you have a total of +100% Power Stone chance from statues, the Headquarters has a 50% chance of giving a Power Stone, and every other building has a 4% chance.
- The number of buildings that you destroy before destroying the Headquarters does not effect your Power Stone Chance. Every building blows up anyway, and they all have the chance to contain a Power Stone.
- You will always get at least one Power Stone from Dr. Terror levels, and Lt. Hammerman levels always give a predefined set of Power Stones. The above chances do apply to these levels, however. You CAN get more Power Stones in addition to the guaranteed ones.
- You can also get Power Stones from Submarine dives and Daily Rewards.
Power Stone Sizes
|Life Fragment||Magma Fragment||Ice Fragment||Dark Fragment|
- Fragments are the smallest pieces of a Power Stone. When seven Fragments of the same type are combined, they create an Idol, the smallest and least powerful Statue.
- Fragments can be automatically converted to Shards without the need to construct a single Idol; by tapping the type of Fragment to be converted, and providing confirmation, the amount of Fragments you have will be converted into as many Shards as possible, with leftover Fragments remaining in the inventory.
- This can even be done while the Sculptor is creating a statue.
|Life Shard||Magma Shard||Ice Shard||Dark Shard|
- Shards are the medium-sized Power Stone. Combining seven Shards of the same type creates a Guardian, the medium-sized Statue. Guardian Statues are guaranteed to be more powerful than even the best possible Idol.
- Idols may be salvaged to receive one Shard of the same type of Power Stone used to create the Idol.
|Life Crystal||Magma Crystal||Ice Crystal||Dark Crystal|
- Crystals are the largest Power Stone. Combining seven Crystals of a single type create a Masterpiece, the largest and most powerful Statue. Masterpiece Statues are guaranteed to be more powerful than even the best possible Guardian.
- Guardians may be salvaged to receive one Crystal of the same type of Power Stone used to create the Guardian.
Power Stone Types
- Life Power Stones are used to make Statues that boost production of resources. This bonus increases the output of the player’s production buildings, freed NPC bases, and Resource Bases (depending on specific Statue bonus). Life Power Stones can be received from Tropical enemy player bases, NPC-controlled bases, and Lt. Hammerman bases.
- Life Power Stones are also available in Daily Rewards, Supply Chests and as possible loot from Submarine dives (both as a known loot item and a random loot item).
|Life Fragment||Life Shard||Life Crystal|
- Magma Power Stones are used to make Statues that increase troop damage and health. Magma Power Stones can be received from enemy player bases, NPC-controlled bases, and Lt. Hammerman bases that are located on Volcanic Islands.
- Magma Power Stones are also available in Daily Rewards, Supply Chests and as possible loot from Submarine dives (both as a known loot item and a random loot item).
|Magma Fragment||Magma Shard||Magma Crystal|
- Ice Power Stones are used to make Statues that increase building damage and health. These Power Stones can be received from enemy player bases, NPC-controlled bases, and Lt. Hammerman bases on the northern (upper) part of the archipelago that is covered with ice and snow. When attacked, these bases will have white playing fields instead of green or volcanic.
- Ice Power Stones are also available in Daily Rewards, Supply Chests and as possible loot from Submarine dives (both as a known loot item and a random loot item).
|Ice Fragment||Ice Shard||Ice Crystal|
- Dark Power Stones are used to make Statues that increase Gunboat energy, Power Stone chance, and resourcerewards. These Power Stones are only obtainable via the Dr. T events, randomly as part of the Daily Rewards andSupply Chests, and as possible loot from Submarine dives. The first Dr. T base is available upon the completion of Lt. Hammerman’s level 10 base. Upon the completion of Lt. Hammerman’s level 20 base, Dr. T’s second base becomes available.
|Dark Fragment||Dark Shard||Dark Crystal|
- The limit on the amount of each size of each type of Power Stone one player can have is 9 million, which means you never have to worry about running out of space for more Power Stones because it is virtually impossible to reach this limit.