There are craftable mounts now! You know what that means? Farming, gardening, and collecting reagents. There is a Digmoore Pogo Stick and Ravenwood Pogo Stick that can be crafted. We’re going to show you the fastest way to get the materials to craft these mounts! We are going to start with the harder mount to craft, the Digmoore Pogo Stick. In the future, we will be posting how to craft the Ravenwood Pogo Stick!
How do I get the recipe?
Both recipes can be bought from Rose Piper in any of the B.O.X.E.S. dungeons for the B.O.X.E.S. Event. You will only be able to buy these recipes for a limited time every time KingsIsle releases the B.O.X.E.S. Event. So buy them for 60,000 gold each when you can!
10 Clockwork Spider (Treasure Card)
10 Brain Sturgeon (Fish)
1 Sonic Spring (Reagent)
10 Silver Trumpet Vine (Seed)
25 Scrap Iron (Reagent)
25 Spring (Reagent)
15 Bronze Gear (Reagent)
10 Leather Straps (Reagent)
Now let us get into the tricky parts. This is going to go relatively in order from hardest to acquire to the easiest.
10 Clockwork Spider
This treasure card is very time consuming and difficult to get. You can have some luck in the Bazaar but that would take you quite a while. Other than sitting in the Bazaar and having little to no luck, you can farm Khrysalis bosses, garden, or use some crowns getting some packs.
Life boss and minions;
Gardening is an efficient way to get this treasure card, but if you don’t have a lot of Clockwork Flowers, it will take you some time.
When the Nightmare Pack is available in the Crown Shop, you can get this treasure card from there. Good luck!
1 Sonic Spring
You have to be quick with this reagent as the only way to get it is in the B.O.X.E.S. dungeons so farm for them as soon as you can!
Any battle can drop it but it is considered a rare drop
10 Silver Trumpet Vine
These seeds can be expensive or somewhat time consuming to get.
Another way you can get them with crowns is by buying the Hoard of the Hydra Pack, Kirin’s Hoard Pack, and/or Wyvern’s Hoard Pack… but you need luck for that.
Gardening is probably the best way to go as you can plant some Trumpet Vines (selling at 2,400 gold by Harley).
These can also be dropped by a bunch of bosses and mobs including Junglethorn in The Floating Land, Celestia.
Catching 10 of these fish is pretty time consuming due to the fact that you can only get them from one tiny pond. If you want this to be a bit quicker, I suggest to get as high enough level as you can in fishing and get all the necessary spells to make the fishing process quicker.
If you have the “Summon Fish” spell: Check the school of the fish in your pond and if you find any lifes, catch them. After that, use the Summon Fish spell and ignore all of the Balance fish you might see there. This will reset your pond and you can check what schools the fish in your pond are again and continue that process until you are left with no energy.
If you do not have the “Summon Fish” spell: Check the school of the fish in your pond and catch the life fish in that pond. Get rid of the Balance fish in the pond by scaring them away. You might have to wait about half an hour for the fish to spawn again.
Note: Any Lifeacudas you catch in this expedition, I suggest you keep as they can be used to craft the Regular Keeper Aquarium if you are ever interested in decorating your fish around your castles or dorm.
Like most other reagents, you can get this one from gardening, packs, the Bazaar, transmuting and, of course, running around finding them.
You can receive this reagent from planting and taking care of Fickle Pickle, King Parsley, Pink Dandelion, and The Giving Tree. Although this might be time consuming, it’s one of the most efficient and easiest ways.
If you are willing to spend your crowns on packs, you can get them from the Keeper’s Lore Pack, Knight’s Lore Pack, Ninja’s Lore Pack, and/or Shaman’s Lore Pack. Best of luck!
If you have the Scrap Iron and a Card Crafting Station, you can buy the transmute from Felicia Worthington. 15 Scrap Iron for one Spring. That is 375 Scrap Iron in total.
If you know the best places to find Scrap Iron laying around, feel free to take that route. You have a rare chance of getting Spring from collecting Scrap Iron.
25 Scrap Iron
Well I hope you didn’t use all your Scrap Iron for transmuting it to a Spring. You can get these from collecting them, gardening, packs, the Bazaar, and transmuting.
As I said before, you can find a route to find them laying around to collect which will also give you a chance to get some Spring along the way.
Yep, gardening again. They can be found from Burning Snap Dragon, Helephant Ears, Evil Magma Peas, and Venus Fly Trap. Again, efficient but time consuming.
Can be found in several packs including the Keeper’s Lore Pack, Knight’s Lore Pack, Ninja’s Lore Pack, and more.
If you have a lot of Stone Blocks and Ores saved up, you can use those to transmute. Transmute can be bought from Felicia Worthington. Transmute consists of 10 Stone Blocks and 10 Ores.
15 Bronze Gear
If you can’t find these in the Bazaar, well… they are still not very hard to find.
They can be found in many packs including Keeper’s Lore Pack, Knight’s Lore Pack, and Ninja’s Lore Pack.
They can be found when gardening Orange Dandelions.
They can be dropped by many different bosses and mobs.
If you have Spider Silk, you can transmute 5 Spider Silk for one Bronze Gear. Felicia Worthington also sells this transmute
10 Leather Straps
These are also not very hard to find and can be easily found in the Bazaar but if you would like to find them other ways, you can receive them from several things.
When gardening, the Trumpet Vine is the only one that you can receive it from.
You can also receive them from the Keeper’s Lore Pack, Knight’s Lore Pack, Ninja’s Lore Pack, and a few more packs.
They are dropped by several different mobs and bosses.
You can get a transmute from Eudora Tangletree using 5 Bones for one pair of Leather Straps.
Best of luck as this is an expensive and time consuming mount to craft. Make sure to get those Sonic Springs and buy the recipes before the B.O.X.E.S. Event is gone! If you didn’t have a chance to get either one, it will be coming back in the future. Keep an eye out for our next edition of “Let’s Go Pogo” helping you craft the Ravenwood Pogo Stick! If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments below.