Buttercream Choco Cookie's Rich Challenge is an event in which players have to obtain large amount of coins in a single run using only Buttercream Choco Cookie. Players are not allowed to use Relays to obtain the rewards, and Ghost Pirate's Island of Coins is not part of the event.
Although we have 28 different missions here, all of them only requires you to get Coins in four different episodes. Therefore, this mission is doable in even just four runs. The first thing you need to get is absolutely "Double Coins" from Random Boost - there's no other way to beat that. Buttercream Choco Cookie itself gives you 25% coin bonus which also will be doubled.
You will need to reach these "target coins" - your net earning of coins before the game's over - so when they boosted by Buttercream Choco Cookie's ability and Double Coins boost, you will get the highest goal of each episode. Later, you can maximize the net earning by using pets or treasures.
|Episode||Target Coins||Highest Mission Goal|
|Episode 1: Escape from the Oven||12,000||30,000|
|Episode 2: Primeval Jungle||7,200||18,000|
|Episode 3: Dragon's Valley||8,800||22,000|
|Episode 4: The City of Wizards||8,000||20,000|
General Strategy using Coin FlowerEdit
|Combination 1||Combination 2|
|Other treasure alternatives|
Coin Scale has the highest coin production (300,000 points converted into 160 coin per 4 seconds), so always use this pet. There are two different combinations preferred for treasures, both are aimed for creating coin flower as much as possible, using two 99.9% Gold Energy Drink and Golden Magic Flower Pot, or maybe using two Golden Magic Flower Pot but it has to be paired with Angel Cookie's Rainbow Feather so the magnetic aura attraction will take the coins from the coin flower.
If you don't have any of those treasures (because all treasures except the Feather are premium ones), you can alternatively use Paprika Punching Bag's Yellow Seeds, treasures with slower energy drain, or maximizing revives with Boatman's Burning Gold Sword.
Other helpful tips to help you accomplish the mission:
- Use Fast Start to guarantee some points, to keep Coin Scale converting at maximum even from the start of the game.
- Make sure you are using Energy Boost and Power Jellies Boost as well.
- Avoid hitting obstacles as best as possible, as hitting even once will seriously lower your coin earnings.
Alternative Strategy for Dragon's ValleyEdit
In Dragon's Valley, you can maximize the Coin Scale by gaining as much points for the Colorful Star Jellies, a common sight in Dragon's Valley. As you play, take as much star jellies with your limited Magnetic Aura, which keeps you enough to maximize the Coin Scale. Here, endurance is key, and you have to avoid hitting obstacles even once. Use your Fast Start to blast your way to the second stage, taking all three of the colorful star jellies in the first stage.
As you reach Stage 4, your health will start to deplete. Boatman's Burning Gold Sword allows you to revive three times, give you just enough time to take the Bonus Time jelly. This is the objective. Be sure to jump for the final catch on the Bonus Time Jelly, because failing to take the Bonus Time Jelly will not give the player enough coins to achieve the highest challenge in Dragon's Valley.
Make sure that you also equip Energy Boost, Power Jellies Boost, and Fast Start. You will also need to have Cheerleader Cookie and Ms. Do-Re-Mi or Mr. Fa-Sol-La-Si's Power+ effect. This will give you just enough time to take the Rainbow Rush Bonus Time Jelly at the end of stage 4.
Alternative Strategy for The City of WizardsEdit
Dark Moon Jellies commonly found in this episode will supply lots of points needed to make Coin Scale's ability working at maximum. You can use Fast Start to guarantee some points and make Coin Scale keeps converting at maximum even from the start of the game.
You can use treasures that will reward you coin bonus or revives the cookie in case the obstacles are hitting you a lot. Magnetic aura might still be needed to help catching some coins found in the game too.
List of Missions and RewardsEdit
Bonus Reward Edit
|7 Challenges completed||10|
|14 Challenges completed||10|
|21 Challenges completed||10|
|28 Challenges completed||10|
- This is one of the hardest challenges ever created in Cookie Run, since some challenges can only be done if players have one or two S-grade treasure in possession. In other words, without it, it is impossible to complete the challenge.