This is a magical place where you can pass hard trials to get awesome rewards.
To launch a Trial, you need to place 3 Silver and 3 Bronze rings on the pedestal. After that, enemies will begin attacking you. Stay alive and kill them all if you want your prize!
This location has a 2-day cooldown, but you can reset for a couple of silver coins.
- Waves 1-3 — This is a not very complicated intro to give you a chance to prepare for more advanced enemies. The difficulty grows gradually.
- Wave 4 — The 1st Boss fight.
- Wave 5 — You will face a large number of fast but low HP enemies. A good hummer or a shotgun would be useful for you to win this wave.
- Wave 6 — You will have to kill 5 Dsonokvas as fast as possible before they cast a powerful AOE-burst. In case you have survived after the first blast, they will start casting it once again. A powerful rifle or a gun will be the best choice to pass this wave successfully.
- Wave 7 — Survive fighting various enemies and do your best to avoid contact with Buffalo.
- Wave 8 — 2nd Boss fight. In case you have won all of the 8 waves you will face another 8 with increased difficulty. The total number of waves is infinite!
|Wendigo — you will see two ghosts. If you attack one of them it will try to run away, but the second one will try to hurt you. And every hit will summon a new immortal ghost attacking you. You can attack only the first ghost. When the first ghost loses more than 50% of HP, it will turn into Wendigo and start attacking you as well. The best strategy is to kill the boss using powerful attacks as fast as possible. Don’t try to kill other ghosts. They will disappear right after Wendigo's death.|
|Uktena — when moving, Uktena leaves a fire trail. It will hurt you if you try to cross it. The best strategy here is to hit’n’run, trying to ‘kite’ the boss and to avoid the fire trail.|
|Piasa — Beware of the Piasa! This new boss loves to attack from the rear and deals lots of area damage. It can appear on each 4th or 8th wave.|
|Dsonokva — It looks scarier from a distance than it really is in close combat. Get your melee weapon ready! It can appear on each 4th or 8th wave.|
Canyon Trials Leaderboard
Canyon Trials Leaderboard participants compete within Leagues. There are Bronze, Silver, and Gold Leagues with 5 divisions in each of them.
Your first run in the Canyon Trials is considered a qualifying run. Your performance in that run determines which league you are placed in, with the highest possible placement being Gold 5.
Future battles defines your place within your group. The size of the group is determined by the League you get sorted into.
Canyon Trials Leaderboard refreshes every 6 days. The new competition will begin in 24 hours after the previous one ends.
Let’s make it clear how to get to the top of the Canyon Trials Leaderboard.
- Only the best of your completed attempts during the weekly period counts in the Canyon Trials Leaderboard. E.g. if you fought three times during the period and got 97, 101, and 98 points, then your maximum score is 101. And 101 is your result in the Leaderboard.
- You get points for every killed creature in the Canyon. The tougher the foe, the more points you get for dealing with them!
- Additional points are given for the time it takes to deal with enemy waves. The faster you are, the more points you get!
You get rewards both for completing each Canyon Trials fight and for your place in leaderboard by the end of the 6 days competitions.
- Rewards for each fight: Rings of power, Refined sugar and Silver coins;
- Leaderboard rewards: Gold Nuggets (starting from Gold League), Native American weapons, armor and tubes, rare tubes and useful resources.