Bestiary & Charms
e are going to add a great new feature to the Cyclopedia.
While the Cyclopedia already contains profound information about many items in Tibia, you will now be able to look up helpful information about Tibian creatures as well.
Gather enough information about a creature and you will be able to unlock the possibility to use a special bonus against the creature. But let us start with the Bestiary first.
The Bestiary is a new addon for the Cyclopedia. In here, Tibian creatures are going to be sorted in different creature classes.
To unlock an entry, you will have to kill its corresponding creature. The first kill will open the entry and reveal the creature's name, sprite and its difficulty level. A kill counter will show you the required amount of kills to unlock more information.
To successfully complete a creature entry, you will have to unlock a total of three detail stages.
How often you have to kill a creature to unlock more of its details is based on the creature's difficulty. The difficulty also determines the amount of Charm Points that you are going to receive once you have completed an entry.
Charms are offensive, defensive or passive bonus effects that need to be unlocked with Charm Points. An unlocked charm can only be assigned to a completed creature entry and will provide you with a bonus against the corresponding creature.
While assigning a charm to an entry is free of charge, you will have to pay a gold fee if you want to detach the charm from the entry again. The required amount of gold depends on your character's level.
Keep in mind that a creature entry can only have one charm assigned at a time. There is a total of 16 different charms available. A detailed list of all charms, their effects and their costs can be found here. Free account players can assign up to 2 charms to different entries at the same time, while premium account players can assign 6 charms.
A permanent possibility to assign all of your unlocked charms at the same time can be purchased via the Store. It also reduces the amount of gold you have to pay for every charm removal by 25%.