Site hosted by Build your free website today!

Dragon Court
Dragon Court Help
Dragon Court Game
Tavern Board
Clan Hall Board
Trading Post Board
Board Moderators
Collectors Corner
Event Calendar
External Links
Weapons Guides
In-Depth Weapons Guide
Silver Weapons List
Crystal Weapons List
Antiques Directory
Best Weapons
Enchanting Weapons
Identifying Weapons
Preventing Rust
Rare Attributes Guide
Weapons Shops
The Multiplier Chart
General Guides
In-Depth Creatures Guide
2.1 Billion Item Limit
Bottled Faeries Guide
DC Mail Guide
Dragon Guard Guide
Gaining Rank Guide
Gems Guide
Guild Skills Guide
Healing Guide
Increasing Pack Space
Increasing Stats Guide
Increasing Store Space
Item Shops
NPC Quotes
Scrolls Guide
The Wheel of Fate
Special Guides
Avoiding Scammers
Clan Leader Advice
Choosing a Clan
Finding Cheaters
Questing Tips Guide
The Process of Trading
Tips and Tricks
Charts and Lists
Full Item List
Level Raising/Benefits
List of #1 Clans
Quests with Quick
Rental Cost Chart
Reset Times
Top 24 Clan Standings
Trading Post Terms
Outdated Material
A Look at the Past
11-30-2001 Bug Report
Game Bugs
Guide to Cookies
Item Selling Prices
Old Level Raising
Random's Giveaways
Screenshot Gallery
Summary of Upgrades
Technical Q & A
Thank You List
Who Owns This Site?

counter free hit invisible

Visitors Reset on 8/20/07.

Bottled Faeries Guide
First introduced to the game in the DC Upgrade of 2002, Bottled Faeries are one of the newer and most sought after items in the game. A Bottled Faery is an item that rescues a character as soon as he or she is killed in battle, preventing the character from losing quests and items, which is what normally results when a player doesn't have a Bottled Faery in his or her backpack.

Finding Faeries
Faeries can be found in any questing location in the game. Although there's only a 1% chance of encountering a Faery, there are other ways to acquire faeries instead of having to capture them in battle.

Certain creatures are known to drop Bottled Faeries and there are currently 10 of them:
Mages (Dungeons), Mages (Fields), Gryphons (Forest), Medusas (Hie Brasil), Mermaids (Docks), Trolls (Mountains), Pandas (Shangala), Priests (Azteca), Sphinxs (Mountains), and Warlocks (Mounds).

Some creatures are more likely to drop Bottled Faeries than others. In comparison to other creatures, it appears that Mermaids, Pandas, and Priests are much more generous with their droppings of bottled faeries.

Unprotected Hypnosis
A Bottled Faery DOES NOT provide protection from Hypnosis from the following creatures:

Elves (Forest), Mages (Fields), Medusas (Hie Brasil), Mermaids (Docks), Ninjas (Shangala), Pandas (Shangala), Priests (Azteca), Unicorns (Forest), and Warlocks (Mounds).

Trading for Faeries
A much easier way to acquire Bottled Faeries is to trade for them at the Trading Post board. Luckily, it isn't too hard to get Bottled Faeries in large quantities through trading these days.

The Past Value of Faeries
Bottled Faeries were considerably more valuable to players than they are today. As soon as the DC upgrade of 2002 was released, Bottled Faeries were seen as a commodity among many players in the trading community - not only did faeries serve a very useful purpose, but they were also the only unhacked item available in the game.

Declining Value
The value of the Bottled Faery began to decline as soon as players exploited a Goblin Mounds bug in August 2002 that allowed them to buy any item of their choice, including Bottled Faeries, at the shop for 500 marks each.

Recent Bottled Faery Inflation
During recent times, traders have been able to amass thousands of hacked Bottled Faeries, further deflating the value of faeries. Today, there is little doubt that the tremendous amount of Bottled Faeries that are circulating through trades at the Trading Post board have been hacked.

Although it was once possible to purchase major silver weapons for only 10 Bottled Faeries, it isn't too uncommon for such weapons to garner bids in excess of 1,000 Bottled Faeries today.

All creature images and related insignia are ©1997-2007, Fred's Friends, Inc. This help site
is maintained and written by randomorange of the Wizards & Warriors clan. Please send
all inquiries to randomorange through in-game mail. This site is not affiliated with Fred's Friends, Inc.