New: Divine Dust!

Divine Dust




As conveyed several times, we have added an additional way to get divine horses that are offered through special marketing offers, if you’re very unlucky. Divine dust are in luck items promotions, and each type of luck item has its own divine dust.

When you open a luck-based item and don’t find the highlighted divine on offer, you get the divine dust instead! Divine dust accumulates within a gauge that you can see directly from each of the luck items’ description pages. When the meter is full, you win the divine!





If you have not filled it before the offer ends, the dust earned disappears and cannot be used for another one (the meter will start empty when a new divine is offered). Additionally, once you have won the divine (via luck or the divine dust) there isn’t anymore dust left to find in the luck item.

Starting today and through this weekend, you can find the Celtic divine Cernunnos hiding in the Golden Fleece; including the Golden Fleece divine dust.



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Our best wishes,

The Howrse Team


 
cailow
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Do fragments carry over from event to event?
gaited splendor
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Yes after black forest cake.
ravenknight
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What's black forest cake? default smiley 8-)
gaited splendor
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Pastry mare from Easter. I should bought at least 200 passes for her. She would've been mine.
ravenknight
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I have fragments from a few.
ravenknight
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I tried one for Brave Purple, ended up spending 200 passes instead of using one from inventory default smiley :'(default smiley :@ But, I got 40 some divine dust fragments in both. A lot better than what I have seen.

And I will have plenty of passes when another divine comes up in the Reserved Sales, which is where I am mainly going to get my divines now since I had such horrible luck on Indigo.
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I had a Titan's Challenge

1 Bell Boot
6 Aging Points
10 Carrots

30 Divine Dust for Purple
tapquietly
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8 tc bought with passes and no brave purple and 280 fragmentsdefault smiley :(
entoyable
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do we get the fragment from the GF of the love horses promo that just ended??
forest fairy
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You can see how many fragments you have for the Love horses on this page:

Love Divine Fragments
sincerely
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20 to 50 fragments for Baldr...
He's not even that powerful, that's stingy for Titan's Challenges default smiley :(
nalu93
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I might just have to open golden fleeces. I wanted to get him. It's going to take 20 or more and I haven't gotten past level 5.
ravenknight
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I probably get him next time he's offered I got halfway thru about 30 to 50 for baldr. I still can't get pass level 5.
ravenknight
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I probably get him next time he's offered I got halfway thru about 30 to 50 for baldr. I still can't get pass level 5.default smiley :(
ravenknight
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Anyone know the approximate pass drop rate for Quartz?
emmakate66
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EmmaKate66 wrote:

Anyone know the approximate pass drop rate for Quartz?
Around 40, if I remember correctly. I've spent about 2,000 passes so far and my meter's at 391/1000 dust.
maryeirin
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EmmaKate66 wrote:

Anyone know the approximate pass drop rate for Quartz?


Mine drops them pretty regularly. About 2 times a week.
rogin
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Rogin wrote:

Mine drops them pretty regularly. About 2 times a week.


Thanks Rogin. default smiley (l)
emmakate66
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EmmaKate66 wrote:

Anyone know the approximate pass drop rate for Quartz?
I totally read that as you were asking about the dust, so please ignore my response. Thank God there are other players that know how to read. default smiley xd
maryeirin
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Haha no stress. It's the usual question people ask around here so totally understandable - appreciate your response as that was going to be my next question default smiley (l)
emmakate66
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I might get him tomorrow at least it's around 40.
ravenknight
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Opened 4 inventory fleeces for Shiny Yellow and received 72 divine fragments (ranged from 15 to 25 per fleece).

So approximately 55 fleeces to fill the meter therefore the divine is set at around 11 000 passes.
emmakate66
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EmmaKate66 wrote:

Opened 4 inventory fleeces for Shiny Yellow and received 72 divine fragments (ranged from 15 to 25 per fleece).

So approximately 55 fleeces to fill the meter therefore the divine is set at around 11 000 passes.


That's become out of control.
Completely out of control.
A Divine Horse such as Shiny Yellow is hardly worth 12,000 passes. You could already make BARELY a case about Jade and 20,000 passes. Barely.
But Shiny Yellow? default smiley :(
nalu93
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They say to use him for event. I open 1 inventory fleece and got about 25.. At least he's in fleece I only found jackpot with Sakura and I love you divine. Especially I love you(open about 3).
ravenknight
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For Shiny Yellow if it takes 11000 passes and he gives you 10 passes per week, it would take 1100 weeks to earn back that 11000 passes. In other words, after 21 years of regular game play you would get back your investment.

No thanks default smiley (n)
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