Oddments are currency used in Treasure Hunter. Each rarity gives a set amount of oddments. They can be used in the Oddments Store, which can be opened by clicking on them. They can also be stored in the currency pouch.
- Common - 10
- Fairly common - 20
- Uncommon - 50
- Rare - 100
- Very rare - 250
- Ultra rare - 1000
In addition, items can be converted into oddments rather than cash. This corresponds to the same amount as above. This gives the message You discard your prize and are given oddments in its place.
Prizes that were multiplied by Double Dragon Chests will not have their oddment value multiplied for the default values. Convert values are multiplied.
|Start Date||End Date||Update/Promo|
|9 July 2018||-||Account Security Week (July 2018)|
|21 May 2018||2 July 2018||Patch Week - QoL improvements|
|2 August 2017||7 August 2017||Oddments|
- When first released in 2017, oddments were part of a Treasure Hunter promotion with the same name. Oddments could be earned again from 22 May 2018 to the end of June, but were no longer a Treasure Hunter promotion. Since 9 July they could be obtained once again.
- After the promotion ended in 2017, logging in with oddments owned prompted the message You have until the 14th August to use any leftover oddments before they are cleaned up. Any remaining oddments were converted automatically into 10 coins each upon logging in after the beginning of 14 August 2017.