Crabada are productive assets which can be deployed into the various mines of the undersea world. Players must first form a Mining Party (comprising 3 Crabada). Next, players select a vacant mine and deploy their Mining Party. The hardworking Crabada will begin the process of mining treasure without any supervision required from players. We did say it's an idle game!
Crabada on a Mining Expedition
Crabada are also productive assets which can be deployed to loot a mine that is being occupied by a Mining Party. Players must first form a Looting Party (comprising 3 Crabada). Next, players select a mine that another player is mining from, and deploy their Looting Party. The Crabada will then begin the process of engaging the Mining Party in claw-to-claw combat. Each Looting Mission will take between 1 hour to 2.5 hours, depending on whether the Mining Party sends reinforcements to defend their mine.
A Mining Party is Under Attack!
Looting Missions are a risky endeavor compared to the honest business of mining. The game rewards such risk-taking behavior with a small bounty, regardless of the mission's results. A Looting Party will earn a small bounty of and 17 TUS for each Looting Mission they participate in.
A successful Looting Mission would result in stealing 65% of the Mining Party's rewards, for a sum of 138.206 TUS.
An unsuccessful Looting Mission would result in stealing none of the Mining Party's rewards.
Idle Crabada that are not mining or looting can still earn rewards by being deployed to the Tavern as mercenaries. This allows other players who are short-staffed on to pay a fee to hire your Crabada as reinforcements. All Crabada are returned to the Tavern unharmed after a battle, regardless of the outcome.
Hiring a Crabada costs TUS determined by the lender. The tavern charges a 10% fee.