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Current release Edit

Halloween 2020 eventEdit

2020-10-25 Halloween event banner

Valkemarian Tales: The Lost CityEdit

2020 Halloween VT icon
Valkemarian Tales: The Lost City

Explore the desert and uncover its secrets in this new game.

Valkemarian Tales: The Lost City is the third installment of Valkemarian Tales stories, and the first to appear in a Halloween event. Like the previous installments, it is a top-down roleplaying game.The player controls a character called Sanda, who awakes in the desert with no memory of where they are or why they are there.

Completing the story awards a user the event badge.

Halloween 2020 badge


The desertEdit

Sanda, a mysterious hooded figure with a glowing blue eye, awakens in a crater in the middle of the Great Desert. They have no memory of how they got there, but do find a note written on their hand. The note reads: "Great Desert Museum curator offices, east quarter." Sanda decides to seek out the museum.

Sanda can wander in any direction in the desert. After traversing two map sections, Sanda finds an oasis with pools of water. A third map section brings them back to the section with the crater, making Sanda wonder if they are traveling in circles. After traversing nine map sections, Sanda finally reaches the outer wall of the city.

The cityEdit

Approaching the city gate, Sanda is stopped by two guards. The guards recognize Sanda, and tell them they "have a lot of nerve" for coming back to the city. The guards immediately place Sanda under arrest. The player can choose to surrender peacefully, or attempt to flee. Fleeing activates a mini-game, in which the player must steer Sanda around bystanders in the crowded streets to stay ahead of the guards. If the player collides with too many pedestrians, they will be captured.

The guards arrest Sanda and put them in a jail cell. Sanda examines the lock of their cell, and easily escapes. As there are guards posted by the door, Sanda is forced to flee into the sewers.

Sanda investigates the sewers, looking for a way back to the surface. They find an exit, but it is blocked by an Undead Dragon. Sanda can either ask the dragon nicely to move, or they can choose to throw an old boot at it. However Sanda approaches the dragon, it will explain that it was just practicing its singing, and will move out of the way. Sanda ascends the stairs to the city streets above.

Finally away from the guards and the sewers, Sanda is free to explore the city. They mingle among the people and dragons around the city center, and eventually find their way to the east quarter and the Great Desert Museum. Sanda sees the tall white and gold building, and speaks to the curator outside. The curator immediately recognizes Sanda, and tells them how worried their expedition team has been, as Sanda has been missing for several days. He also tells Sanda that if they hurry, they can catch up to the expedition at the ancient temples to the north, but to be careful as the temples are haunted. Sanda seems unenthusiastic about going to an ancient haunted temple, but heads north to try to learn more about their missing memories.

The templesEdit

Exiting the city to the north, Sanda finds themself at the base of a mountain. To the east, they meet a Yellow-Crowned Dragon who is deciding which camel it should eat. To the west, they travel up the mountainside among wild goats, a Magi Dragon, and a horde of Pseudo-wyvern Drakes. Sanda eventually reaches the mouth of a cave, and delves inside. Within the cave, Sanda meets several wild dragons, including a grumpy Green Dragon, some Magelight Pygmy Wyverns, a Gilded Bloodscale Dragon, and a Gold Dragon. Deeper in the cave, Sanda is met by a stranger in an orange and black hood. The stranger, who identifies himself as Avery, recognizes Sanda, and calls them over to join the rest of the team. Around a campfire is the white-robed Stella, pun-loving Runa, and a friendly green Pargulus Pygmy named Biscuits. The team explains that they've cleared the doors to four of the temples, but have not made much progress further into the structure. Sanda investigates the four temples, finding each to be devoted to a different powerful dragon.

In the Desipis temple, Sanda is joined by Avery. Upon entering the temple, Sanda and Avery feel a deep foreboding, and a mysterious voice from within the temple warns them away. Despite this, they set to work exploring the temple. On the walls, they discover a faded message that reads "Only the strong-willed shall be granted entry beyond the gate." The temple is made up of a series of doors, which must be walked through in the correct order. Walking through the wrong door will magically transport Sanda back to the entrance of the temple. Using the pattern of the floor tiles in the temple's entryway, Sanda can decipher the correct path to the heart of the temple, where an ancient rune is hidden. Avery collects the rune, and returns to the main gate.


Sanda portrait
Sanda is a powerful mage from the Great Desert. They experimented with powerful teleportation magic, but the spell went awry, causing an explosion in the city. Sanda vanished in the explosion, only to awake in a crater in the desert days later with no memory.
Avery portrait
Avery is an explorer who is part of the archeological expedition to the ruins.
Runa portrait
Runa is an explorer who is part of the archeological expedition to the ruins.
Stella portrait
Stella is an explorer who is part of the archeological expedition to the ruins.
Biscuits portrait
Biscuits is a Pargulus Pygmy and an explorer who is part of the archeological expedition to the ruins.

Puzzle guideEdit

Desipis puzzleEdit
Only the strong-willed shall be granted entry beyond the gate.
In this puzzle, the player will be presented with five sets of four doors. To complete the puzzle, the player must pass through the correct door out of each set. Passing through an incorrect door will cause the player to be sent back to the beginning of the puzzle.

The correct path is randomized with each play-through of the game. The floor tiles can assist in solving which doors to go through. The tiles show the order of doors when read from left to right, with the first tile corresponding to the door in the floor-tile room.

Halloween 2020 reading the floor tiles

Each tile represents one of the four doors

Halloween 2020 door key

As a test of willpower, players can also experiment with different paths to discover the correct one.

Alternately, after a certain number of failures, the player can speak to Avery in the floor tile room, and be given an option to work together to solve it. This will automatically transport the player to the rune chamber.

Arcana puzzleEdit
Only the clever shall be granted entry beyond the gate.
This puzzle involves brewing a potion by adding ingredients to the cauldron in the correct order. The order can be determined using a riddle found on scraps of parchment. The player must collect the ingredients from a small maze, and piece together the riddle.

First round


  • Jester's Cap
  • Magi's Scale
  • Moon Blossom
  • Sacred Water
  • Wormwood


  • To begin and end, a color warm
  • The green between its parents
  • Fourth comes the trickster's cap
  • The dragon's essence is the final piece


  1. Moon Blossom (Yellow flower is a "warm" color)
  2. Wormwood (Green wormwood between yellow flower and blue water)
  3. Sacred Water (Blue is a "parent" to green)
  4. Jester's Cap (comes fourth)
  5. Magi's Scale (dragon's essence last)

Second round


  • Azure Scale
  • Cinna Root
  • Jester Venom
  • Puffball
  • Sacred Leaf
  • Sun Blossom


  • First, the deadliest; last, the loveliest
  • And the sun comes directly after its parents
  • The dragon rests in the middle of the day
  • The world tree's pieces are never odd


  1. Jester Venom (First, the deadliest)
  2. Sacred Leaf (Must be even)
  3. Azure Scale (Dragon rests in the middle)
  4. Cinna Root (Must be even, red is a "parent" to orange)
  5. Puffball (Yellow is a "parent" to orange)
  6. Sun Blossom (Last, the loveliest)
Caligene puzzleEdit
Only the stealthy shall be granted entry beyond the gate.
This puzzle is a maze. The player must attempt to traverse the maze despite a limited field of view. The maze is also patrolled by guards. If the player falls into the field of view of a guard, they will be transported back to the beginning of the maze.
Shadow Walker puzzleEdit
Only the wise shall be granted entry beyond the gate.
This puzzle requires the player to place four mana orbs on a dias in the correct order. The player may collect mana orbs from four altars around the room. After placing four orbs, small symbols will appear on the dias to help the player solve the puzzle. An orange dot means the player has the correct color in the correct space. A white square means the player has the correct color, but in the wrong space. If no symbol appears, that orb is not needed. Note that the some colors may be used multiple times in a pattern.
Rune puzzleEdit
This puzzle requires the player to get all the runes on the gate to match. Clicking on a rune will "flip" all the runes in the same row and column as the rune clicked.


Click each square the following number of times:

3 1 3
3 2
2 3
3 1 3
The Lich KingEdit

The "Lich King" is a boss battle triggered by completing both rounds of puzzle temples. The player has two options when facing the Lich King: "Attack" and "Defend". To defeat the Lich King, the player should attack as often as possible, only defending when the Lich King prepares a powerful spell. This is indicated by a dialogue box, and a shimmering appearance around the Lich King's head.


Visual art

Map design

  • Dohaerys
  • Odeen
  • Piemaster
  • TJ09
  • ZioCorvid


  • Adrak
  • birdzgoboom
  • Infinis
  • JOTB
  • Marrionetta
  • PieMaster
  • Odeen
  • rosastrasza
  • TCA
  • TJ09


  • PieMaster


  • JOTB
  • PieMaster
  • TJ09

Based on an original story by

  • JOTB

Trick or Treat 2020Edit

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The Trick or Treat mini-game returns for a tenth year. This year there are 50 unique treats to collect. As with previous years, treats appear randomly around the site at 5-15 minute intervals. Clicking on a treat collects it in a user's pumpkin bucket. Users participating in Trick or Treat for the first time will receive a pumpkin bucket badge upon collecting a treat.

With the 2020 rendition, it is possible to collect previous years' treats for the first time. After a user has collected all 50 of the 2020 treats, past years' treats will begin to appear.


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Recent releaseEdit

September 2020 releaseEdit


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