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Collector's Events began as similar to Survival Events in that the player was given a single dungeon in which to play, with a choice of difficulty levels. The player could play through each difficulty level as he saw fit, provided he had enough Stamina to fight all the battles within.
Beginning with Doorway to Another Realm, the format was changed to play as most events have, in that the player is given one scenario and multiple dungeons in which to play. Each dungeon comprises three battles set at a specific difficulty, and must be unlocked sequentially to progress up the difficulty scale set for the Event.
Still, in many ways, these Events resemble a regular Dungeon; but in place of defeated enemies simply dropping Gil, they may also drop another form of currency, which varies with the Event.
Collecting event currency Edit
Event currency may be collected as common drops from enemies fought during battle. The amount dropped per enemy is determined by the player's chosen difficulty level, and may also be determined by the type and number of enemies fought. The player must complete a battle within the Dungeon to collect all acquired currency. The player must complete the Dungeon at each difficulty level to receive its Rewards at each level. All collected currency is added to a bag given to the player for the Event.
For each difficulty level cleared, the player receives additional currency in the same manner as a regular dungeon would distribute Gil and other Reward items; the same requirements for completion, mastery, and first play still apply. The higher the difficulty, the greater the bonuses.
During a Collector's Event, Dr. Mog or one of his crossover allies will open a shop for the player to exchange his currency for exclusive items. However, the shop possesses a limited number of each item offered. For example, player characters and/or Memory Crystals can only be acquired once during the Event, and almost always at prices not payable by completing the easiest difficulty.
Although the Collector's Event dungeon is usually open for the same 10-14 day period as other Event Dungeons, the Event Shop is open for several days after the Event to allow the player to spend his currency and exchange it for desired items.
List of Collector's Events Edit
|Countdown to Destruction||VII||The only recruitable character of this event was Aerith.||October 21 - October 28, 2014||April 16 - April 30, 2015|
|The Fire Crystal Awakens||V||The only recruitable character of this event was Lenna.||November 19 - November 26, 2014||May 20 - May 30, 2015|
|Doorway to Another Realm:|
The Coil's Light
|MobiusSynergy favors Final Fantasy||Mobius Final Fantasy crossover event. Recruitable characters were the Warrior of Light, Garland, Sarah, Echo, and Wol. Echo and Wol Memory Crystals obtained via play, while Garland and Sarah Memory Crystals plus tickets to Hall of Rites purchasable.||January 22 - February 29, 2016||September 10 - September 20, 2016|
|Evil Gods of Mardias||ES||Emperors Saga crossover event.||February 19 - March 2, 2015|
|The Legendary Tunes||BRA★BRA promotion event.||April 14 - April 24, 2015|
|Maze of Hidden Words||WWW||Final Fantasy World Wide Words crossover event.||May 20 - May 30, 2015|
|Memoria of the Warriors of Light||PFF/FF3||Pictlogica Final Fantasy crossover event.||June 24 - July 8, 2015|
|Memories Resting in Mana||RoM||Rise of Mana crossover event.||August 28 - September 10, 2015|
|Kingdom of Swords and Magic||Logres||Logres crossover event.||November 27 - December 7, 2015|
|The Fabled Seven Heroes||RS2||Romancing SaGa 2 crossover event.||May 27 - June 13, 2016|