Thrones are what boost the player's character when attacking a dungeon. They provide health to withstand traps, and 0-3 boosts that help the player progress in the game.
Thrones can be crafted/upgraded by Magic Items.
It is recommended to save all eyes for obtaining and upgrading the Foreseer throne, and pouring cheaper ingredients on thrones like Wealthy Duke and Lucky Crystal until the Foreseer is unlocked.
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|The default throne. It appears to be a small, grey seat with straight edges. Has low armrests and rhombus-shaped indents on the backrest and both armrests. Obtained at the start of the game.
Rough Cut is rarely used by players, due to the lack of advantages.
|The second throne. A blocky seat made of red-tinted stone with straight edges. Has protruding armrests and a heart-shaped indent on the backrest. A small, red carpet is placed on the base.
Brave Heart is often used by players who are starting the game. It has substantially more health than Rough Cut, which makes it more beneficial to use. It has no boosts, however, which makes it inferior to most other thrones.
|The third throne. It has a large, circular, coin-like structure serving as the headrest. It has a short backrest and two small armrests. A lush red carpet covers the seat. It appears to be made entirely out of gold.
Wealthy Duke is often the throne used by middle-stage players to obtain large amounts of Gold. When fully upgraded, Wealthy Duke has the third highest Gold Boost percentage in the game. It also costs less to upgrade than the other Gold Boost thrones, making it a viable option.
|The fourth throne. It appears to be made out of three, turquoise, quartz-like crystals. One large crystal makes the backrest and two tiny crystals form the armrests. The base is made of the same crystal. It has a rhombus-shaped indent on the backrest, and a magenta carpet with rhombus patterns on the base.
Lucky Crystal is very frequently used by middle-stage platers for getting gems. When fully upgraded, Lucky Crystal has the third highest Gem Steal Chance boost in the game. It also costs less to upgrade than the other Gem Steal Chance thrones, making it a viable option.
|The fifth throne. It is a large, bulky throne made out of a purple-tinted stone. It has two rhombus-shaped indents on the backrest and a headrest resembling a peacock's tail. Two small, orange, pyramid-like structures protrude upwards from each armrest. A blue carpet covers the base.
Wise Judge is frequently used by medium-stage players to get gems. Its high Best Gem Chance makes it powerful in the middle game. However, the low Gem Steal Chance makes it weaker than most players think of it to be – fully upgraded, it has the lowest Gem Steal Chance out of all the Gem Steal Chance thrones.
|The sixth throne. It has three orange, square-shaped tiles with symbols that look like sunsets. One large tile serves as the headrest while the two other tiles are on the ends of the two armrests. The throne itself is made of blue-tinted stone. A purple carpet is placed on the seat.
Sun Lit is usually the second last throne to be unlocked for most players. It effectively serves as Wealthy Duke combined with Lucky Crystal, letting the player get Gold AND Gems. However, it does not have a Best Gem Chance, making it uncommon to see this throne for higher levels.
|The seventh throne. It is a triangular throne with a backrest made out of brown stone. The base is very small, and appears to be made entirely out of gold. A large eye is in the centre of the backrest.
Foreseer is currently the best craftable throne in the game. All endgame players will have to craft and max out this throne at one point or another, as fully upgrading it will give the best of every boost.
King of Kings
|The final throne. It has three orange, triangular prongs on the top that form a crown. The throne is made of a purple-tinted stone but has an orange outline all around, and orange armrests. There are rhombus-shaped indents on the two armrests, and a pink carpet covers the base.
King of Kings is the best throne in the game, with 80% of every boost and 350 health. Only one player can own this throne at a time. This player is the current winner of the King of Kings League and can be considered the King of Thieves.
- The Forseer's appearance with the triangle and the eye might be a reference to the infamous Illuminati conspiracies.