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iosFaqAnswer7 At level 10, you can choose to become a Warrior, Mage, Rogue, or Healer. (All players start as Warriors by default.) Each Class has different equipment options, different Skills that they can cast after level 11, and different advantages. Warriors can easily damage Bosses, withstand more damage from their tasks, and help make their Party tougher. Mages can also easily damage Bosses, as well as level up quickly and restore Mana for their party. Rogues earn the most gold and find the most item drops, and they can help their Party do the same. Finally, Healers can heal themselves and their Party members.

If you don't want to choose a Class immediately -- for example, if you are still working to buy all the gear of your current class -- you can tap “Cancel” and choose later by opening the Menu, tapping the Settings icon, then tapping “Enable Class System”.
At level 10, you can choose to become a Warrior, Mage, Rogue, or Healer. (All players start as Warriors by default.) Each Class has different equipment options, different Skills that they can cast after level 11, and different advantages. Warriors can easily damage Bosses, withstand more damage from their tasks, and help make their Party tougher. Mages can also easily damage Bosses, as well as level up quickly and restore Mana for their party. Rogues earn the most gold and find the most item drops, and they can help their Party do the same. Finally, Healers can heal themselves and their Party members.

If you don't want to choose a Class immediately -- for example, if you are still working to buy all the gear of your current class -- you can click “Decide Later” and choose later under Menu > Choose Class.
androidFaqAnswer7 At level 10, you can choose to become a Warrior, Mage, Rogue, or Healer. (All players start as Warriors by default.) Each Class has different equipment options, different Skills that they can cast after level 11, and different advantages. Warriors can easily damage Bosses, withstand more damage from their tasks, and help make their Party tougher. Mages can also easily damage Bosses, as well as level up quickly and restore Mana for their party. Rogues earn the most gold and find the most item drops, and they can help their Party do the same. Finally, Healers can heal themselves and their Party members.

If you don't want to choose a Class immediately -- for example, if you are still working to buy all the gear of your current class -- you can tap “Opt Out” and and choose later by opening the Menu, tapping the Settings icon, then tapping “Enable Class System”.
At level 10, you can choose to become a Warrior, Mage, Rogue, or Healer. (All players start as Warriors by default.) Each Class has different equipment options, different Skills that they can cast after level 11, and different advantages. Warriors can easily damage Bosses, withstand more damage from their tasks, and help make their Party tougher. Mages can also easily damage Bosses, as well as level up quickly and restore Mana for their party. Rogues earn the most gold and find the most item drops, and they can help their Party do the same. Finally, Healers can heal themselves and their Party members.

If you don't want to choose a Class immediately -- for example, if you are still working to buy all the gear of your current class -- you can click “Opt Out” and choose later under Menu > Choose Class.
webFaqAnswer7 At level 10, you can choose to become a Warrior, Mage, Rogue, or Healer. (All players start as Warriors by default.) Each Class has different equipment options, different Skills that they can cast after level 11, and different advantages. Warriors can easily damage Bosses, withstand more damage from their tasks, and help make their party tougher. Mages can also easily damage Bosses, as well as level up quickly and restore Mana for their party. Rogues earn the most Gold and find the most item drops, and they can help their party do the same. Finally, Healers can heal themselves and their party members. If you don't want to choose a Class immediately -- for example, if you are still working to buy all the gear of your current class -- you can click "Opt Out" and re-enable it later under Settings. At level 10, you can choose to become a Warrior, Mage, Rogue, or Healer. (All players start as Warriors by default.) Each Class has different equipment options, different Skills that they can cast after level 11, and different advantages. Warriors can easily damage Bosses, withstand more damage from their tasks, and help make their party tougher. Mages can also easily damage Bosses, as well as level up quickly and restore Mana for their party. Rogues earn the most Gold and find the most item drops, and they can help their party do the same. Finally, Healers can heal themselves and their party members. If you don't want to choose a Class immediately -- for example, if you are still working to buy all the gear of your current class -- you can click "Opt Out" and re-enable it later under Settings.
iosFaqAnswer6 Every time you complete a task, you'll have a random chance at receiving an Egg, a Hatching Potion, or a piece of Pet Food. They will be stored in Menu > Items.

To hatch a Pet, you'll need an Egg and a Hatching Potion. Tap on the Egg to determine the species you want to hatch, and select "Hatch Egg." Then choose a Hatching Potion to determine its color! Go to Menu > Pets and click your new Pet to equip it to your Avatar.

You can also grow your Pets into Mounts by feeding them under Menu > Pets. Tap on a Pet, and select "Feed Pet"! You'll have to feed a Pet many times before it becomes a Mount, but if you can figure out its favorite food, it will grow more quickly. Use trial and error, or [see the spoilers here](https://habitica.fandom.com/wiki/Food#Food_Preferences). Once you have a Mount, go to Menu > Mounts and tap on it to equip it to your Avatar.

You can also get Eggs for Quest Pets by completing certain Quests (to learn more about Quests, see [How do I fight monsters and go on Quests](https://habitica.com/static/faq/9)).
At level 3, you will unlock the Drop System. Every time you complete a task, you'll have a random chance at receiving an egg, a hatching potion, or a piece of food. They will be stored in Menu > Items.

To hatch a Pet, you'll need an egg and a hatching potion. Tap on the egg to determine the species you want to hatch, and select "Hatch Egg." Then choose a hatching potion to determine its color! Go to Menu > Pets to equip your new Pet to your avatar by clicking on it.

You can also grow your Pets into Mounts by feeding them under Menu > Pets. Tap on a Pet, and then select "Feed Pet"! You'll have to feed a pet many times before it becomes a Mount, but if you can figure out its favorite food, it will grow more quickly. Use trial and error, or [see the spoilers here](http://habitica.wikia.com/wiki/Food#Food_Preferences). Once you have a Mount, go to Menu > Mounts and tap on it to equip it to your avatar.

You can also get eggs for Quest Pets by completing certain Quests. (See below to learn more about Quests.)
androidFaqAnswer6 Every time you complete a task, you'll have a random chance at receiving an Egg, a Hatching Potion, or a piece of Pet Food. They will be stored in Menu > Items.

To hatch a Pet, you'll need an Egg and a Hatching Potion. Tap on the Egg to determine the species you want to hatch, and select "Hatch with Potion." Then choose a Hatching Potion to determine its color! To equip your new Pet, go to Menu > Stable > Pets, select a species, click on the desired Pet, and select "Use"(Your Avatar doesn't update to reflect the change).

You can also grow your Pets into Mounts by feeding them under Menu > Stable [ > Pets ]. Tap on a Pet, and then select "Feed"! You'll have to feed a Pet many times before it becomes a Mount, but if you can figure out its favorite food, it will grow more quickly. Use trial and error, or [see the spoilers here](https://habitica.fandom.com/wiki/Food#Food_Preferences). To equip your Mount, go to Menu > Stable > Mounts, select a species, click on the desired Mount, and select "Use"(Your Avatar doesn't update to reflect the change).

You can also get Eggs for Quest Pets by completing certain Quests. (See below to learn more about Quests.)
At level 3, you will unlock the Drop System. Every time you complete a task, you'll have a random chance at receiving an egg, a hatching potion, or a piece of food. They will be stored in Menu > Items.

To hatch a Pet, you'll need an egg and a hatching potion. Tap on the egg to determine the species you want to hatch, and select "Hatch with potion." Then choose a hatching potion to determine its color! To equip your new Pet, go to Menu > Stable > Pets, select a species, click on the desired Pet, and select "Use"(Your avatar doesn't update to reflect the change).

You can also grow your Pets into Mounts by feeding them under Menu > Stable [ > Pets ]. Tap on a Pet, and then select "Feed"! You'll have to feed a pet many times before it becomes a Mount, but if you can figure out its favorite food, it will grow more quickly. Use trial and error, or [see the spoilers here](http://habitica.wikia.com/wiki/Food#Food_Preferences). To equip your Mount, go to Menu > Stable > Mounts, select a species, click on the desired Mount, and select "Use"(Your avatar doesn't update to reflect the change).

You can also get eggs for Quest Pets by completing certain Quests. (See below to learn more about Quests.)
webFaqAnswer6 Every time you complete a task, you'll have a random chance at receiving an Egg, a Hatching Potion, or a piece of Pet Food. They will be stored under Inventory > Items. To hatch a Pet, you'll need an Egg and a Hatching Potion. Once you have both an Egg and a Hatching Potion, go to Inventory > Stable, and click on the image to hatch your Pet. Once you've hatched a Pet, you can equip it by clicking on it. You can also grow your Pets into Mounts by feeding them under Inventory > Stable. Drag a piece of Pet Food from the action bar at the bottom of the screen and drop it on a Pet to feed it! You'll have to feed a Pet many times before it becomes a Mount, but if you can figure out its favorite food, it will grow more quickly. Use trial and error, or [see the spoilers here](https://habitica.fandom.com/wiki/Food#Food_Preferences). Once you have a Mount, click on it to equip it to your Avatar. You can also get Eggs for Quest Pets by completing certain Quests. (See below to learn more about Quests.) At level 3, you will unlock the Drop System. Every time you complete a task, you'll have a random chance at receiving an egg, a hatching potion, or a piece of food. They will be stored under Inventory > Items. To hatch a Pet, you'll need an egg and a hatching potion. Once you have both an egg and a potion, go to Inventory > Stable to hatch your pet by clicking on its image. Once you've hatched a pet, you can equip it by clicking on it. You can also grow your Pets into Mounts by feeding them under Inventory > Stable. Drag a piece of food from the action bar at the bottom of the screen and drop it on a pet to feed it! You'll have to feed a Pet many times before it becomes a Mount, but if you can figure out its favorite food, it will grow more quickly. Use trial and error, or [see the spoilers here](http://habitica.wikia.com/wiki/Food#Food_Preferences). Once you have a Mount, click on it to equip it to your avatar. You can also get eggs for Quest Pets by completing certain Quests. (See below to learn more about Quests.)
webFaqAnswer0 First, you'll set up tasks that you want to do in your everyday life. Then, as you complete the tasks in real life and check them off, you'll earn Experience and Gold. Gold is used to buy equipment and some items, as well as custom rewards. Experience causes your character to level up and unlock content such as pets, skills, and quests! For more detail, check out a step-by-step overview of the game at [Help -> Overview for New Users](https://habitica.com/static/overview). First, you'll set up tasks that you want to do in your everyday life. Then, as you complete the tasks in real life and check them off, you'll earn Experience and Gold. Gold is used to buy equipment and some items, as well as custom rewards. Experience causes your character to level up and unlock content such as pets, skills, and quests! For more detail, check out a step-by-step overview of the game at [Help -> Overview for New Users](https://habitica.com/static/overview).
iosFaqAnswer0 First, you'll set up tasks that you want to do in your everyday life. Then, as you complete the tasks in real life and check them off, you'll earn experience and gold. Gold is used to buy equipment and some items, as well as custom rewards. Experience causes your character to level up and unlock content such as Pets, Skills, and Quests! You can customize your character under Menu > Customize Avatar.

Some basic ways to interact: click the (+) in the upper-right-hand corner to add a new task. Tap on an existing task to edit it, and swipe left on a task to delete it. You can sort tasks using Tags in the upper-left-hand corner, and expand and contract checklists by clicking on the checklist bubble.
First, you'll set up tasks that you want to do in your everyday life. Then, as you complete the tasks in real life and check them off, you'll earn experience and gold. Gold is used to buy equipment and some items, as well as custom rewards. Experience causes your character to level up and unlock content such as Pets, Skills, and Quests! You can customize your character under Menu > Customize Avatar.

Some basic ways to interact: click the (+) in the upper-right-hand corner to add a new task. Tap on an existing task to edit it, and swipe left on a task to delete it. You can sort tasks using Tags in the upper-left-hand corner, and expand and contract checklists by clicking on the checklist bubble.
androidFaqAnswer0 First, you'll set up tasks that you want to do in your everyday life. Then, as you complete the tasks in real life and check them off, you'll earn experience and gold. Gold is used to buy equipment and some items, as well as custom rewards. Experience causes your character to level up and unlock content such as Pets, Skills, and Quests! You can customize your character under Menu > [Inventory >] Avatar.

Some basic ways to interact: click the (+) in the lower-right-hand corner to add a new task. Tap on an existing task to edit it, and swipe left on a task to delete it. You can sort tasks using Tags in the upper-right-hand corner, and expand and contract checklists by clicking on the checklist count box.
First, you'll set up tasks that you want to do in your everyday life. Then, as you complete the tasks in real life and check them off, you'll earn experience and gold. Gold is used to buy equipment and some items, as well as custom rewards. Experience causes your character to level up and unlock content such as Pets, Skills, and Quests! You can customize your character under Menu > [Inventory >] Avatar.

Some basic ways to interact: click the (+) in the lower-right-hand corner to add a new task. Tap on an existing task to edit it, and swipe left on a task to delete it. You can sort tasks using Tags in the upper-right-hand corner, and expand and contract checklists by clicking on the checklist count box.
webFaqAnswer9 First, you need to join or start a Party by clicking "Party" in the navigation bar. Although you can battle monsters alone, we recommend playing in a group, because this will make quests much easier. Plus, having a friend to cheer you on as you accomplish your tasks is very motivating! Next, you need a Quest Scroll, which are stored under Inventory > Quests. There are four ways to get a scroll:
* When you invite people to your Party, you'll be rewarded with the Basi-List Scroll!
* At level 15, you get a Quest-line, i.e., three linked quests. More Quest-lines unlock at levels 30, 40, and 60 respectively.
* You can buy Quests from the Quests Shop (Shops > Quests) for Gold and Gems.
* When you check in to Habitica a certain number of times, you'll be rewarded with Quest Scrolls. You earn a Scroll during your 1st, 7th, 22nd, and 40th check-ins.
To battle the Boss or collect items for a Collection Quest, simply complete your tasks normally, and they will be tallied into damage overnight. (Reloading may be required to see the Boss's Health bar go down.) If you are fighting a Boss and you missed any Dailies, the Boss will damage your Party at the same time that you damage the Boss. After level 11 Mages and Warriors will gain Skills that allow them to deal additional damage to the Boss, so these are excellent classes to choose at level 10 if you want to be a heavy hitter.
First, you need to join or start a Party by clicking "Party" in the navigation bar. Although you can battle monsters alone, we recommend playing in a group, because this will make quests much easier. Plus, having a friend to cheer you on as you accomplish your tasks is very motivating! Next, you need a Quest Scroll, which are stored under Inventory > Quests. There are four ways to get a scroll:
* When you invite people to your Party, you'll be rewarded with the Basi-List Scroll!
* At level 15, you get a Quest-line, i.e., three linked quests. More Quest-lines unlock at levels 30, 40, and 60 respectively.
* You can buy Quests from the Quests Shop (Shops > Quests) for Gold and Gems.
* When you check in to Habitica a certain number of times, you'll be rewarded with Quest Scrolls. You earn a Scroll during your 1st, 7th, 22nd, and 40th check-ins.
To battle the Boss or collect items for a Collection Quest, simply complete your tasks normally, and they will be tallied into damage overnight. (Reloading may be required to see the Boss's Health bar go down.) If you are fighting a Boss and you missed any Dailies, the Boss will damage your Party at the same time that you damage the Boss. After level 11 Mages and Warriors will gain Skills that allow them to deal additional damage to the Boss, so these are excellent classes to choose at level 10 if you want to be a heavy hitter.
iosFaqAnswer9 First, you need to join or start a Party (see [How to play Habitica with my friends](https://habitica.com/static/faq/5)). Although you can battle monsters alone, we recommend playing in a group, because this will make Quests much easier. Plus, having a friend to cheer you on as you accomplish your tasks is very motivating!

Next, you need a Quest Scroll, which are stored under Menu > Items. There are three ways to get a scroll:

- At level 15, you get a Quest-line, aka three linked quests. More Quest-lines unlock at levels 30, 40, and 60 respectively.
- When you invite people to your Party, you'll be rewarded with the Basi-List Scroll!
- You can buy Quests from the Quests Shop for Gold and Gems.

To battle the Boss or collect items for a Collection Quest, simply complete your tasks normally, and they will be tallied into damage overnight. (Reloading by pulling down on the screen may be required to see the Boss's health bar go down.) If you are fighting a Boss and you missed any Dailies, the Boss will damage your Party at the same time that you damage the Boss.

After level 11 Mages and Warriors will gain Skills that allow them to deal additional damage to the Boss, so these are excellent classes to choose at level 10 if you want to be a heavy hitter.
First, you need to join or start a Party (see above). Although you can battle monsters alone, we recommend playing in a group, because this will make Quests much easier. Plus, having a friend to cheer you on as you accomplish your tasks is very motivating!

Next, you need a Quest Scroll, which are stored under Menu > Items. There are three ways to get a scroll:

- At level 15, you get a Quest-line, aka three linked quests. More Quest-lines unlock at levels 30, 40, and 60 respectively.
- When you invite people to your Party, you'll be rewarded with the Basi-List Scroll!
- You can buy Quests from the Quests Shop for Gold and Gems.

To battle the Boss or collect items for a Collection Quest, simply complete your tasks normally, and they will be tallied into damage overnight. (Reloading by pulling down on the screen may be required to see the Boss's health bar go down.) If you are fighting a Boss and you missed any Dailies, the Boss will damage your Party at the same time that you damage the Boss.

After level 11 Mages and Warriors will gain Skills that allow them to deal additional damage to the Boss, so these are excellent classes to choose at level 10 if you want to be a heavy hitter.
androidFaqAnswer9 First, you need to join or start a Party (see above). Although you can battle monsters alone, we recommend playing in a group, because this will make Quests much easier. Plus, having a friend to cheer you on as you accomplish your tasks is very motivating!

Next, you need a Quest Scroll, which are stored under Menu > Items. There are three ways to get a scroll:

- At level 15, you get a Quest-line, aka three linked quests. More Quest-lines unlock at levels 30, 40, and 60 respectively.
- When you invite people to your Party, you'll be rewarded with the Basi-List Scroll!
- You can buy Quests from the Quests Shop for Gold and Gems.

To battle the Boss or collect items for a Collection Quest, simply complete your tasks normally, and they will be tallied into damage overnight. (Reloading by pulling down on the screen may be required to see the Boss's health bar go down.) If you are fighting a Boss and you missed any Dailies, the Boss will damage your Party at the same time that you damage the Boss.

After level 11 Mages and Warriors will gain Skills that allow them to deal additional damage to the Boss, so these are excellent classes to choose at level 10 if you want to be a heavy hitter.
First, you need to join or start a Party (see above). Although you can battle monsters alone, we recommend playing in a group, because this will make Quests much easier. Plus, having a friend to cheer you on as you accomplish your tasks is very motivating!

Next, you need a Quest Scroll, which are stored under Menu > Items. There are three ways to get a scroll:

- At level 15, you get a Quest-line, aka three linked quests. More Quest-lines unlock at levels 30, 40, and 60 respectively.
- When you invite people to your Party, you'll be rewarded with the Basi-List Scroll!
- You can buy Quests from the Quests Shop for Gold and Gems.

To battle the Boss or collect items for a Collection Quest, simply complete your tasks normally, and they will be tallied into damage overnight. (Reloading by pulling down on the screen may be required to see the Boss's health bar go down.) If you are fighting a Boss and you missed any Dailies, the Boss will damage your Party at the same time that you damage the Boss.

After level 11 Mages and Warriors will gain Skills that allow them to deal additional damage to the Boss, so these are excellent classes to choose at level 10 if you want to be a heavy hitter.
webFaqAnswer10 Gems are purchased with real money, although [subscribers](https://habitica.com/user/settings/subscription) can purchase them with Gold. When people subscribe or buy Gems, they are helping us to keep the site running. We're very grateful for their support! In addition to buying Gems directly or becoming a subscriber, there are two other ways players can gain Gems:
* Win a Challenge that has been set up by another player. Go to Challenges > Discover Challenges to join some.
* Contribute your skills to the Habitica project. See this wiki page for more details: [Contributing to Habitica](https://habitica.fandom.com/wiki/Contributing_to_Habitica). Keep in mind that items purchased with Gems do not offer any statistical advantages, so players can still make use of the site without them!
Gems are purchased with real money, although [subscribers](https://habitica.com/user/settings/subscription) can purchase them with Gold. When people subscribe or buy Gems, they are helping us to keep the site running. We're very grateful for their support! In addition to buying Gems directly or becoming a subscriber, there are two other ways players can gain Gems:
* Win a Challenge that has been set up by another player. Go to Challenges > Discover Challenges to join some.
* Contribute your skills to the Habitica project. See this wiki page for more details: [Contributing to Habitica](http://habitica.wikia.com/wiki/Contributing_to_Habitica). Keep in mind that items purchased with Gems do not offer any statistical advantages, so players can still make use of the site without them!
iosFaqAnswer10 Gems are purchased with real money from Menu > Purchase Gems. When you buy Gems, you are helping us to keep Habitica running. We’re very grateful for every bit of support!

In addition to buying Gems directly, there are three other ways players can gain Gems:

* Win a Challenge that has been set up by another player. Go to Menu > Challenges to join some.
* Subscribe and unlock the ability to buy a certain number of Gems per month.
* Contribute your skills to the Habitica project. See this wiki page for more details: [Contributing to Habitica](https://habitica.fandom.com/wiki/Contributing_to_Habitica).

Keep in mind that items purchased with Gems do not offer any statistical advantages, so players can still make use of the app without them!
Gems are purchased with real money by tapping on the Gem icon in the header. When people buy Gems, they are helping us to keep the site running. We're very grateful for their support!

In addition to buying Gems directly, there are three other ways players can gain Gems:

* Win a Challenge that has been set up by another player. Go to Social > Challenges to join some.
* Subscribe and unlock the ability to buy a certain number of Gems per month.
* Contribute your skills to the Habitica project. See this wiki page for more details: [Contributing to Habitica](http://habitica.wikia.com/wiki/Contributing_to_Habitica).

Keep in mind that items purchased with Gems do not offer any statistical advantages, so players can still make use of the app without them!
androidFaqAnswer10 Gems are purchased with real money from Menu > Purchase Gems. When you buy Gems, you are helping us to keep Habitica running. We’re very grateful for every bit of support!

In addition to buying Gems directly, there are three other ways players can gain Gems:

* Win a Challenge that has been set up by another player. Go to Menu > Challenges to join some.
* Subscribe and unlock the ability to buy a certain number of Gems per month.
* Contribute your skills to the Habitica project. See this wiki page for more details: [Contributing to Habitica](https://habitica.fandom.com/wiki/Contributing_to_Habitica).

Keep in mind that items purchased with Gems do not offer any statistical advantages, so players can still make use of the app without them!
Gems are purchased with real money by tapping on the Gem icon in the header. When people buy Gems, they are helping us to keep the site running. We're very grateful for their support!

In addition to buying Gems directly, there are three other ways players can gain Gems:

* Win a Challenge that has been set up by another player. Go to Social > Challenges to join some.
* Subscribe and unlock the ability to buy a certain number of Gems per month.
* Contribute your skills to the Habitica project. See this wiki page for more details: [Contributing to Habitica](http://habitica.wikia.com/wiki/Contributing_to_Habitica).

Keep in mind that items purchased with Gems do not offer any statistical advantages, so players can still make use of the app without them!
iosFaqAnswer1 Good Habits (the ones with a +) are tasks that you can do many times a day, such as eating vegetables. Bad Habits (the ones with a -) are tasks that you should avoid, like biting nails. Habits with a + and a - have a good choice and a bad choice, like taking the stairs vs. taking the elevator. Good Habits award experience and gold. Bad Habits subtract health.

Dailies are tasks that you have to do every day, like brushing your teeth or checking your email. You can adjust the days that a Daily is due by tapping to edit it. If you skip a Daily that is due, your avatar will take damage overnight. Be careful not to add too many Dailies at once!

To Do's are your To Do list. Completing a To Do earns you gold and experience. You never lose health from To Do's. You can add a due date to a To Do by tapping to edit.
Good Habits (the ones with a +) are tasks that you can do many times a day, such as eating vegetables. Bad Habits (the ones with a -) are tasks that you should avoid, like biting nails. Habits with a + and a - have a good choice and a bad choice, like taking the stairs vs. taking the elevator. Good Habits award experience and gold. Bad Habits subtract health.

Dailies are tasks that you have to do every day, like brushing your teeth or checking your email. You can adjust the days that a Daily is due by tapping to edit it. If you skip a Daily that is due, your avatar will take damage overnight. Be careful not to add too many Dailies at once!

To-Dos are your To-Do list. Completing a To-Do earns you gold and experience. You never lose health from To-Dos. You can add a due date to a To-Do by tapping to edit.
androidFaqAnswer1 Good Habits (the ones with a +) are tasks that you can do many times a day, such as eating vegetables. Bad Habits (the ones with a -) are tasks that you should avoid, like biting nails. Habits with a + and a - have a good choice and a bad choice, like taking the stairs vs. taking the elevator. Good Habits award experience and gold. Bad Habits subtract health.

Dailies are tasks that you have to do every day, like brushing your teeth or checking your email. You can adjust the days that a Daily is due by tapping to edit it. If you skip a Daily that is due, your character will take damage overnight. Be careful not to add too many Dailies at once!

To Do's are your To Do list. Completing a To Do earns you gold and experience. You never lose health from To Do's. You can add a due date to a To Do by tapping to edit.
Good Habits (the ones with a +) are tasks that you can do many times a day, such as eating vegetables. Bad Habits (the ones with a -) are tasks that you should avoid, like biting nails. Habits with a + and a - have a good choice and a bad choice, like taking the stairs vs. taking the elevator. Good Habits award experience and gold. Bad Habits subtract health.

Dailies are tasks that you have to do every day, like brushing your teeth or checking your email. You can adjust the days that a Daily is due by tapping to edit it. If you skip a Daily that is due, your character will take damage overnight. Be careful not to add too many Dailies at once!

To-Dos are your To-Do list. Completing a To-Do earns you gold and experience. You never lose health from To-Dos. You can add a due date to a To-Do by tapping to edit.
webFaqAnswer1 * Good Habits (the ones with a :heavy_plus_sign:) are tasks that you can do many times a day, such as eating vegetables. Bad Habits (the ones with a :heavy_minus_sign:) are tasks that you should avoid, like biting nails. Habits with a :heavy_plus_sign: and a :heavy_minus_sign: have a good choice and a bad choice, like taking the stairs vs. taking the elevator. Good Habits award Experience and Gold. Bad Habits subtract Health.
* Dailies are tasks that you have to do every day, like brushing your teeth or checking your email. You can adjust the days that a Daily is due by clicking the pencil item to edit it. If you skip a Daily that is due, your avatar will take damage overnight. Be careful not to add too many Dailies at once!
* To Do's are your To Do list. Completing a To Do earns you Gold and Experience. You never lose Health from To Do's. You can add a due date to a To Do by clicking the pencil icon to edit.
* Good Habits (the ones with a :heavy_plus_sign:) are tasks that you can do many times a day, such as eating vegetables. Bad Habits (the ones with a :heavy_minus_sign:) are tasks that you should avoid, like biting nails. Habits with a :heavy_plus_sign: and a :heavy_minus_sign: have a good choice and a bad choice, like taking the stairs vs. taking the elevator. Good Habits award Experience and Gold. Bad Habits subtract Health.
* Dailies are tasks that you have to do every day, like brushing your teeth or checking your email. You can adjust the days that a Daily is due by clicking the pencil item to edit it. If you skip a Daily that is due, your avatar will take damage overnight. Be careful not to add too many Dailies at once!
* To-Dos are your To-Do list. Completing a To-Do earns you Gold and Experience. You never lose Health from To-Dos. You can add a due date to a To-Do by clicking the pencil icon to edit.
faqQuestion12 How do I battle a World Boss? How do I battle a World Boss?
faqQuestion7 How do I become a Warrior, Mage, Rogue, or Healer? How do I become a Warrior, Mage, Rogue, or Healer?