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webFaqAnswer11 To report a bug, go to Help > Report a Bug to send us an email. (You may need to set up handling for 'mailto' links in your browser.) If you're unable to log in to Habitica, send your login details (not your password!) to [<%= techAssistanceEmail %>](<%= wikiTechAssistanceEmail %>). Don't worry, we'll get you fixed up soon! Feature requests are collected via a Google form. Go to [Help > Request a Feature](https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScPhrwq_7P1C6PTrI3lbvTsvqGyTNnGzp1ugi1Ml0PFee_p5g/viewform?usp=sf_link) and follow the instructions. Ta-da! To report a bug, go to [Help > Report a Bug](https://habitica.com/groups/guild/a29da26b-37de-4a71-b0c6-48e72a900dac) and read the points above the chat box. If you're unable to log in to Habitica, send your login details (not your password!) to [<%= techAssistanceEmail %>](<%= wikiTechAssistanceEmail %>). Don't worry, we'll get you fixed up soon! Feature requests are collected on Trello. Go to [Help > Request a Feature](https://trello.com/c/odmhIqyW/440-read-first-table-of-contents) and follow the instructions. Ta-da!
webFaqAnswer12 World Bosses are special monsters that appear in the Tavern. All active users are automatically battling the Boss, and their tasks and Skills will damage the Boss as usual. You can also be in a normal Quest at the same time. Your tasks and Skills will count towards both the World Boss and the Boss/Collection Quest in your party. A World Boss will never hurt you or your account in any way. Instead, it has a Rage Bar that fills when users skip Dailies. If its Rage bar fills, it will attack one of the Non-Player Characters around the site and their image will change. You can read more about [past World Bosses](https://habitica.fandom.com/wiki/World_Bosses) on the wiki. World Bosses are special monsters that appear in the Tavern. All active users are automatically battling the Boss, and their tasks and Skills will damage the Boss as usual. You can also be in a normal Quest at the same time. Your tasks and Skills will count towards both the World Boss and the Boss/Collection Quest in your party. A World Boss will never hurt you or your account in any way. Instead, it has a Rage Bar that fills when users skip Dailies. If its Rage bar fills, it will attack one of the Non-Player Characters around the site and their image will change. You can read more about [past World Bosses](http://habitica.wikia.com/wiki/World_Bosses) on the wiki.
webFaqAnswer2 The wiki has four lists of sample tasks to use as inspiration:
* [Sample Habits](https://habitica.fandom.com/wiki/Sample_Habits)
* [Sample Dailies](https://habitica.fandom.com/wiki/Sample_Dailies)
* [Sample To Do's](https://habitica.fandom.com/wiki/Sample_To_Do%27s)
* [Sample Custom Rewards](https://habitica.fandom.com/wiki/Sample_Custom_Rewards)
The wiki has four lists of sample tasks to use as inspiration:
* [Sample Habits](http://habitica.wikia.com/wiki/Sample_Habits)
* [Sample Dailies](http://habitica.wikia.com/wiki/Sample_Dailies)
* [Sample To-Dos](http://habitica.wikia.com/wiki/Sample_To-Dos)
* [Sample Custom Rewards](http://habitica.wikia.com/wiki/Sample_Custom_Rewards)
webFaqAnswer5 The best way is to invite them to a Party with you by clicking "Party" in the navigation bar! Parties can go on quests, battle monsters, and cast skills to support each other. You can also join Guilds together (click on "Guilds" in the navigation bar). Guilds are chat rooms focusing on a shared interest or the pursuit of a common goal, and can be public or private. You can join as many Guilds as you'd like, but only one Party. For more detailed info, check out the wiki pages on [Parties](https://habitica.fandom.com/wiki/Party) and [Guilds](https://habitica.fandom.com/wiki/Guilds). The best way is to invite them to a Party with you by clicking "Party" in the navigation bar! Parties can go on quests, battle monsters, and cast skills to support each other. You can also join Guilds together (click on "Guilds" in the navigation bar). Guilds are chat rooms focusing on a shared interest or the pursuit of a common goal, and can be public or private. You can join as many Guilds as you'd like, but only one Party. For more detailed info, check out the wiki pages on [Parties](http://habitica.wikia.com/wiki/Party) and [Guilds](http://habitica.wikia.com/wiki/Guilds).
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.)
webFaqAnswer8 The blue bar that appeared when you hit level 10 and chose a Class is your Mana bar. As you continue to level up, you will unlock special Skills that cost Mana to use. Each Class has different Skills, which appear after level 11 in the action bar at the bottom of the screen. Unlike your Health bar, your Mana bar does not reset when you gain a level. Instead, Mana is gained when you complete good Habits, Dailies, and To Do's, and lost when you indulge bad Habits. You'll also regain some Mana overnight -- the more Dailies you completed, the more you will gain. The blue bar that appeared when you hit level 10 and chose a Class is your Mana bar. As you continue to level up, you will unlock special Skills that cost Mana to use. Each Class has different Skills, which appear after level 11 in the action bar at the bottom of the screen. Unlike your Health bar, your Mana bar does not reset when you gain a level. Instead, Mana is gained when you complete good Habits, Dailies, and To-Dos, and lost when you indulge bad Habits. You'll also regain some Mana overnight -- the more Dailies you completed, the more you will gain.
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