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For the Dungeon Keeper room, see Treasure Room.

The Treasury allows you to store extra gold. It costs 200 Gold/tile, and allows you to store 3000 gold on each tile. A Treasury can be any shape and size.

Description Edit

"The Treasury is where your Imps stash the Gold and gems that they’ve mined and where your creatures come each ‘pay-day’ to receive their ill-gotten gains (wages). You can manually pick up Gold using the Hand of Evil, and drop it into the Treasury to be added to your coffers. If the Treasury is full, the Gold can be stored in the Dungeon Heart though if this, too, is full, then it is left where it falls and fails to register in your total wealth.

Should you choose to delete a Treasury, any Gold left on the floor drops onto the empty tiles, waiting to be picked up by the first passer by. Note: At the start of levels, you may notice that your total wealth differs from the amount in your Treasuries. This is because your starting Gold is treated as a separate stockpile, to be used up before the Gold in your Treasuries."

— Dungeon Keeper 2 Manual

In many cases where gold is plentiful or if there is a gem vein, but it is very far from your main treasure; a few treasury tiles should be built close by so your imps can efficiently mine the gold. You can then manually pick it up with the hand of evil and dump it on your Dungeon Heart (which should fill, and then the gold on the heart is taken to your main treasury by other Imps). The few Treasury tiles you made for the process are sold later if the gold veins are mined out, or left there for later if it is a gem vein and you are done mining for the time.

Trivia Edit

Contrary to what the manual,[4] reference card, and even the Mentor state, the Treasury does not attract Rogues (or any other creature).[5][6][3]

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References Edit

  1. ダンジョンキーパー2コンプリートガイドブック (in Japanese). p. 18. Tokyo: Keibunsha. 1999. ISBN 978-4-7669-3293-5.
  2. Dungeon Keeper 2 : Prima's Official Strategy Guide. p. 93. Rocklin, CA: Prima Games. 1999. ISBN 978-0-7615-1805-1.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Dungeon Keeper 2 Readme v1.7
  4. Dungeon Keepper 2 Manual, pp. 36, 49.
  5. Dungeon Keeper 2 : Prima's Official Strategy Guide. pp. 78,93. Rocklin, CA: Prima Games. 1999. ISBN 978-0-7615-1805-1.
  6. ダンジョンキーパー2コンプリートガイドブック (in Japanese). pp. 18,51. Tokyo: Keibunsha. 1999. ISBN 978-4-7669-3293-5.
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