
Dorijan Lendvaj
So, I made the best strategies for spending gems if you want to reach a certain node. First, I'll explain how this works:

For each quest, there are several possible strategies with various amounts of time necessary.

For the strategies which collect every 8 hours, I'm not considering the boost scroll you get for free(because to take advantage of it you need to collect after 4 hours, which you obviously can't if you collect every 8 hours). For the strategies which don't collect every 8 hours, I'm assuming that you do perfect collections and take advantage of the boost scroll.

I'm considering the amount of time required to get items once they are in the pool as 0. Also, this time some nodes require PvP; I'm assuming that you start every node with 3 PvP attacks. (this means that if you really want to get the monster for the minimum number of gems you might need to save up attacks)

How the strategy works: For each quest, the strategy tells you the number of gems to spend on that quest. Note that quests which only require 1 gold item can be completed almost instantly so they aren't included.
It also says after how much time is required to get you to this gem cost with perfect collections, or, if the time isn't affected by the island boost and it is divisible by 8 hours, the number of collections. 
To save time, I put all the strategies of the same type in one place; you can search(ctrl+f on pc) one of these things:
Quest 15 cells
Quest 20 cells
Quest 65 cells(r0)
Quest 60 cells
Quest 60 cells(r1)
Quest 75 cells
Quest 75 cells(r2)
Quest 130 cells
Quest 160 cells(r3)
Quest 180 cells
Quest 190 cells(r4)
Quest 320 cells
Quest 420 cells(r5) 
If you have any other questions, feel free to reply on this thread.
Anyway, here are the strategies:
Every 8 hours: /pastebin.com/CAgsjRsm
Every 8 hours, first gems spent after 8 hours: /pastebin.com/naCCkC3H
Every 4 hours: /pastebin.com/dFYbevaL
Every 4 hours, first gems spent after 4 hours: /pastebin.com/ydqA257V
Every 4 hours, first gems spent after 8 hours: /pastebin.com/XzSrfBpD
Every hour: /pastebin.com/mnCXFhsL
Every hour, first gems spent after 4 hours: /pastebin.com/ZkFBLC75
Every hour, first gems spent after 8 hours: /pastebin.com/pV8JmewUAlso, I put the code i use to create these guides on Github so anyone can use it as they want.
Also, this is the first time the boost scroll is a reward so it's possible that some of the numbers are wrong; if you notice that, please inform me on this thread.


Dorijan Lendvaj
So, I made the best strategies for spending gems if you want to reach a certain node. First, I'll explain how this works:
For each monster, there are several possible strategies with various amounts of time necessary.
I'm also putting some strategies that take longer to complete than the island lasts because, if you buy a boost scroll, the items take 2 times less time to collect, meaning you get twice as many items during that 1 day, which means you effectively get 2 days worth of items in that time, which can also be translated to 1 extra day.This time there is no island boost.To find the strategy that suits you, think about how many times will you collect an entire pool of items in the 4 days of the island, and multiply that number with 8 hours to get the amount of total time you want on your strategy. Note that if the number of hours is divisible by 8 on all collections, I put the number of collections as a reference and not the number of hours.
I'm considering the amount of time required to get items once they are in the pool as 0. Also, this time some nodes require PvP; I'm assuming that you start every node with 3 PvP attacks.
How the strategy works: For each quest, the strategy tells you the number of gems to spend on that quest. Note that quests which only require 1 breeding item can be completed almost instantly so they aren't included.
It also says after how much time is required to get you to this gem cost if there is no island boost(or if the number of hours is divisible with 8, then the number of collections), which is mainly helpful if you divide it by 8 hours to see how many times you should collect the entire pool of items after you get your first collection. Note that dividing by 8 also works if you're planning for an island boost; just make sure to collect every 4 hours instead of every 8 hours.
If you're going by every hour collection, you might see a remainder when dividing by 8(usually 4, when you get 3 gold and 2 food items without waste); that means that it's optimal to collect an incomplete pool and then gem.To save time, I put all the strategies of the same type in one place; you can search(ctrl+f on pc) one of these things:
Quest 20 cells
Quest 30 cells
Quest 50 cells(r0)
Quest 60 cells
Quest 60 cells(r1)
Quest 75 cells
Quest 75 cells(r2)
Quest 130 cells
Quest 160 cells(r3)
Quest 180 cells
Quest 190 cells(r4)
Quest 360 cells
Quest 380 cells(r5)If you have any other questions, feel free to reply on this thread.
Anyway, here are the strategies:
Every 8 hours: /pastebin.com/4Rq30yDG
Every 8 hours, first gems spent after 8 hours: /pastebin.com/754Qm94B
Every hour: /pastebin.com/vYMbrjn9
Every hour, first gems spent after 4 hours: /pastebin.com/JagXgUBZ
Every hour, first gems spent after 8 hours: /pastebin.com/FeV2peqZAlso, I put the code i use to create these guides on Github so anyone can use it as they want.

Dorijan Lendvaj
So, I made the best strategies for spending gems if you want to reach a certain node. First, I'll explain how this works:
For each monster, there are several possible strategies with various amounts of time necessary.
I'm also putting some strategies that take longer to complete than the island lasts because, if you buy a boost scroll, the items take 2 times less time to collect, meaning you get twice as many items during that 1 day, which means you effectively get 2 days worth of items in that time, which can also be translated to 1 extra day.I don't know whether there was a boost scroll or not so i excluded it.To find the strategy that suits you, think about how many times will you collect an entire pool of items in the 4 days of the island, and multiply that number with 8 hours to get the amount of total time you want on your strategy. Note that if the number of hours is divisible by 8 on all collections, I put the number of collections as a reference and not the number of hours.
I'm considering the amount of time required to get items once they are in the pool as 0. Also, this time some nodes require PvP; I'm assuming that you start every node with 3 PvP attacks.
How the strategy works: For each quest, the strategy tells you the number of gems to spend on that quest. Note that quests which only require 1 breeding item can be completed almost instantly so they aren't included.
It also says after how much time is required to get you to this gem cost if there is no island boost(or if the number of hours is divisible with 8, then the number of collections), which is mainly helpful if you divide it by 8 hours to see how many times you should collect the entire pool of items after you get your first collection. Note that dividing by 8 also works if you're planning for an island boost; just make sure to collect every 4 hours instead of every 8 hours.
If you're going by every hour collection, you might see a remainder when dividing by 8(usually 4, when you get 3 gold and 2 food items without waste); that means that it's optimal to collect an incomplete pool and then gem.To save time, I put all the strategies of the same type in one place; you can search(ctrl+f on pc) one of these things:
Quest 20 cells
Quest 30 cells
Quest 50 cells(r0)
Quest 60 cells
Quest 60 cells(r1)
Quest 75 cells
Quest 75 cells(r2)
Quest 130 cells
Quest 160 cells(r3)
Quest 180 cells
Quest 190 cells(r4)
Quest 320 cells
Quest 420 cells(r5)If you have any other questions, feel free to reply on this thread.
Anyway, here are the strategies:
Every 8 hours: /pastebin.com/5pgCmsU9
Every 8 hours, first gems spent after 8 hours: /pastebin.com/vk9kW5C1
Every hour: /pastebin.com/TMMLuQKK
Every hour, first gems spent after 4 hours: /pastebin.com/vdifdDV2
Every hour, first gems spent after 8 hours: /pastebin.com/rnUNuYYyAlso, I put the code i use to create these guides on Github so anyone can use it as they want.

Dorijan Lendvaj
So, I made the best strategies for spending gems if you want to reach a certain node. First, I'll explain how this works:
For each monster, there are several possible strategies with various amounts of time necessary. I'm also putting some strategies that take longer to complete than the island lasts because, if you buy a boost scroll, the items take 2 times less time to collect, meaning you get twice as many items during that 1 day, which means you effectively get 2 days worth of items in that time, which can also be translated to 1 extra day.
To find the strategy that suits you, think about how many times will you collect an entire pool of items in the 5 days of the island, and multiply that number with 8 hours to get the amount of total time you want on your strategy. Note that if the number of hours is divisible by 8 on all collections, I put the number of collections as a reference and not the number of hours.
I'm considering the amount of time required to get items once they are in the pool as 0. Also, this time some nodes require PvP; I'm assuming that you start every node with 3 PvP attacks.
How the strategy works: For each quest, the strategy tells you the number of gems to spend on that quest. Note that quests which only require 1 breeding item can be completed almost instantly so they aren't included.
It also says after how much time is required to get you to this gem cost if there is no island boost(or if the number of hours is divisible with 8, then the number of collections), which is mainly helpful if you divide it by 8 hours to see how many times you should collect the entire pool of items after you get your first collection. Note that dividing by 8 also works if you're planning for an island boost; just make sure to collect every 4 hours instead of every 8 hours.
If you're going by every hour collection, you might see a remainder when dividing by 8(usually 4, when you get 3 gold and 2 food items without waste); that means that it's optimal to collect an incomplete pool and then gem.To save time, I put all the strategies of the same type in one place; you can search(ctrl+f on pc) one of these things:
Quest 20 cells
Quest 30 cells
Quest 50 cells(r0)
Quest 60 cells
Quest 60 cells(r1)
Quest 75 cells
Quest 75 cells(r2)
Quest 130 cells
Quest 160 cells(r3)
Quest 180 cells
Quest 190 cells(r4)
Quest 320 cells
Quest 420 cells(r5)If you have any other questions, feel free to reply on this thread.
Anyway, here are the strategies:
Every 8 hours: /pastebin.com/K3FvUCFV
Every 8 hours, first gems spent after 8 hours: /pastebin.com/FUvdyH5i
Every hour: /pastebin.com/rWSBanUz
Every hour, first gems spent after 4 hours: /pastebin.com/GyKUCgVB
Every hour, first gems spent after 8 hours: /pastebin.com/GG46Qfk5Since it seems like a lot of people get confused by this, 1517 collections/5d5d16h is included only because of the boost scroll.
Also, I put the code i use to create these guides on Github so anyone can use it as they want.

Dorijan Lendvaj
So, I made the best strategies for spending gems if you want to reach a certain node. First, I'll explain how this works:
For each monster, there are several possible strategies with various amounts of time necessary.
I'm also putting some strategies that take longer to complete than the island lasts because, if you buy a boost scroll, the items take 2 times less time to collect, meaning you get twice as many items during that 1 day, which means you effectively get 2 days worth of items in that time, which can also be translated to 1 extra day.No boost scroll here.To find the strategy that suits you, think about how many times will you collect an entire pool of items in the 4 days of the island, and multiply that number with 8 hours to get the amount of total time you want on your strategy. Note that if the number of hours is divisible by 8 on all collections, I put the number of collections as a reference and not the number of hours.
I'm considering the amount of time required to get items once they are in the pool as 0. Also, this time some nodes require PvP; I'm assuming that you start every node with 3 PvP attacks.
How the strategy works: For each quest, the strategy tells you the number of gems to spend on that quest. Note that quests which only require 1 breeding item can be completed almost instantly so they aren't included.
It also says after how much time is required to get you to this gem cost if there is no island boost(or if the number of hours is divisible with 8, then the number of collections), which is mainly helpful if you divide it by 8 hours to see how many times you should collect the entire pool of items after you get your first collection. Note that dividing by 8 also works if you're planning for an island boost; just make sure to collect every 4 hours instead of every 8 hours.
If you're going by every hour collection, you might see a remainder when dividing by 8(usually 4, when you get 3 gold and 2 food items without waste); that means that it's optimal to collect an incomplete pool and then gem.To save time, I put all the strategies of the same type in one place; you can search(ctrl+f on pc) one of these things:
Quest 20 cells
Quest 30 cells
Quest 50 cells(r0)
Quest 60 cells
Quest 60 cells(r1)
Quest 75 cells
Quest 75 cells(r2)
Quest 130 cells
Quest 160 cells(r3)
Quest 180 cells
Quest 190 cells(r4)
Quest 320 cells
Quest 420 cells(r5)If you have any other questions, feel free to reply on this thread.
Anyway, here are the strategies:
Every 8 hours: /pastebin.com/4fd54gPz
Every 8 hours, first gems spent after 8 hours: /pastebin.com/h60C3MMP
Every hour: /pastebin.com/FEc3BVjN
Every hour, first gems spent after 4 hours: /pastebin.com/4GNMavaD
Every hour, first gems spent after 8 hours: /pastebin.com/B30wXHgrSince it seems like a lot of people get confused by this, 1517 collections/5d5d16h is included only because of the boost scroll.No boost scroll here. 
Dorijan Lendvaj
So, I made the best strategies for spending gems if you want to reach a certain node. First, I'll explain how this works:
For each monster, there are several possible strategies with various amounts of time necessary. I'm also putting some strategies that take longer to complete than the island lasts because, if you buy a boost scroll, the items take 2 times less time to collect, meaning you get twice as many items during that 1 day, which means you effectively get 2 days worth of items in that time, which can also be translated to 1 extra day.
To find the strategy that suits you, think about how many times will you collect an entire pool of items in the 5 days of the island, and multiply that number with 8 hours to get the amount of total time you want on your strategy. Note that if the number of hours is divisible by 8 on all collections, I put the number of collections as a reference and not the number of hours.
I'm considering the amount of time required to get items once they are in the pool as 0. Also, this time some nodes require PvP; I'm assuming that you start every node with 3 PvP attacks.
How the strategy works: For each quest, the strategy tells you the number of gems to spend on that quest. Note that quests which only require 1 breeding item can be completed almost instantly so they aren't included.
It also says after how much time is required to get you to this gem cost if there is no island boost(or if the number of hours is divisible with 8, then the number of collections), which is mainly helpful if you divide it by 8 hours to see how many times you should collect the entire pool of items after you get your first collection. Note that dividing by 8 also works if you're planning for an island boost; just make sure to collect every 4 hours instead of every 8 hours.
If you're going by every hour collection, you might see a remainder when dividing by 8(usually 4, when you get 3 gold and 2 food items without waste); that means that it's optimal to collect an incomplete pool and then gem.To save time, I put all the strategies of the same type in one place; you can search(ctrl+f on pc) one of these things:
Quest 15 cells
Quest 20 cells
Quest 65 cells(r0)
Quest 60 cells
Quest 60 cells(r1)
Quest 75 cells
Quest 75 cells(r2)
Quest 130 cells
Quest 160 cells(r3)
Quest 180 cells
Quest 190 cells(r4)
Quest 320 cells
Quest 420 cells(r5)If you have any other questions, feel free to reply on this thread.
Anyway, here are the strategies:
Every 8 hours: /pastebin.com/1QS867tz
Every 8 hours, first gems spent after 8 hours: /pastebin.com/q58jUp2R
Every hour: /pastebin.com/eQtGG4JC
Every hour, first gems spent after 4 hours: /pastebin.com/Q0XBKDKm
Every hour, first gems spent after 8 hours: /pastebin.com/nhLpxQejSince it seems like a lot of people get confused by this, 1517 collections/5d5d16h is included only because of the boost scroll.

Dorijan Lendvaj
So, I made the best strategies for spending gems if you want to reach a certain node. First, I'll explain how this works:
For each monster, there are several possible strategies with various amounts of time necessary. I'm also putting some strategies that take longer to complete than the island lasts because, if you buy a boost scroll, the items take 2 times less time to collect, meaning you get twice as many items during that 1 day, which means you effectively get 2 days worth of items in that time, which can also be translated to 1 extra day.
To find the strategy that suits you, think about how many times will you collect an entire pool of items in the 5 days of the island, and multiply that number with 8 hours to get the amount of total time you want on your strategy. Note that if the number of hours is divisible by 8 on all collections, I put the number of collections as a reference and not the number of hours.
I'm considering the amount of time required to get items once they are in the pool as 0. Also, this time some nodes require PvP; I'm assuming that you start every node with 3 PvP attacks.
How the strategy works: For each quest, the strategy tells you the number of gems to spend on that quest. Note that quests which only require 1 breeding item can be completed almost instantly so they aren't included.
It also says after how much time is required to get you to this gem cost if there is no island boost(or if the number of hours is divisible with 8, then the number of collections), which is mainly helpful if you divide it by 8 hours to see how many times you should collect the entire pool of items after you get your first collection. Note that dividing by 8 also works if you're planning for an island boost; just make sure to collect every 4 hours instead of every 8 hours.
If you're going by every hour collection, you might see a remainder when dividing by 8(usually 4, when you get 3 gold and 2 food items without waste); that means that it's optimal to collect an incomplete pool and then gem.To save time, I put all the strategies of the same type in one place; you can search(ctrl+f on pc) one of these things:
Quest 15 cells
Quest 20 cells
Quest 65 cells(r0)
Quest 60 cells
Quest 60 cells(r1)
Quest 75 cells
Quest 75 cells(r2)
Quest 130 cells
Quest 160 cells(r3)
Quest 180 cells
Quest 190 cells(r4)
Quest 320 cells
Quest 420 cells(r5)If you have any other questions, feel free to reply on this thread.
Anyway, here are the strategies:
Every 8 hours: /pastebin.com/27CNxDE0
Every 8 hours, first gems spent after 8 hours: /pastebin.com/F4ChECe3
Every hour: /pastebin.com/QmM0rawj
Every hour, first gems spent after 4 hours: /pastebin.com/e0Y623tE
Every hour, first gems spent after 8 hours: /pastebin.com/22YjqZYYSince it seems like a lot of people get confused by this, 1517 collections/5d5d16h is included only because of the boost scroll.

Dorijan Lendvaj
So, I made the best strategies for spending gems if you want to reach a certain node. First, I'll explain how this works:
For each monster, there are several possible strategies with various amounts of time necessary. I'm also putting some strategies that take longer to complete than the island lasts because, if you buy a boost scroll, the items take 2 times less time to collect, meaning you get twice as many items during that 1 day, which means you effectively get 2 days worth of items in that time, which can also be translated to 1 extra day.
To find the strategy that suits you, think about how many times will you collect an entire pool of items in the 5 days of the island, and multiply that number with 8 hours to get the amount of total time you want on your strategy. Note that if the number of hours is divisible by 8 on all collections, I put the number of collections as a reference and not the number of hours.
I'm considering the amount of time required to get items once they are in the pool as 0. Also, this time some nodes require PvP; I'm assuming that you start every node with 3 PvP attacks.
How the strategy works: For each quest, the strategy tells you the number of gems to spend on that quest. Note that quests which only require 1 breeding item can be completed almost instantly so they aren't included.
It also says after how much time is required to get you to this gem cost if there is no island boost(or if the number of hours is divisible with 8, then the number of collections), which is mainly helpful if you divide it by 8 hours to see how many times you should collect the entire pool of items after you get your first collection. Note that dividing by 8 also works if you're planning for an island boost; just make sure to collect every 4 hours instead of every 8 hours.
If you're going by every hour collection, you might see a remainder when dividing by 8(usually 4, when you get 3 gold and 2 food items without waste); that means that it's optimal to collect an incomplete pool and then gem.To save time, I put all the strategies of the same type in one place; you can search(ctrl+f on pc) one of these things:
Quest 15 cells
Quest 20 cells
Quest 65 cells(r0)
Quest 60 cells
Quest 60 cells(r1)
Quest 75 cells
Quest 75 cells(r2)
Quest 130 cells
Quest 160 cells(r3)
Quest 180 cells
Quest 190 cells(r4)
Quest 320 cells
Quest 420 cells(r5)If you have any other questions, feel free to reply on this thread.
Anyway, here are the strategies:
Every 8 hours: /pastebin.com/B0ZJrpd4
Every 8 hours, first gems spent after 8 hours: /pastebin.com/4s2dF3BF
Every hour: /pastebin.com/buCG7GDX
Every hour, first gems spent after 4 hours: /pastebin.com/SR3nCwuC
Every hour, first gems spent after 8 hours: /pastebin.com/RTDq5T9ASince it seems like a lot of people get confused by this, 1517 collections/5d5d16h is included only because of the boost scroll.

Dorijan Lendvaj
So, I made the best strategies for spending gems if you want to reach a certain node. First, I'll explain how this works:
For each monster, there are several possible strategies with various amounts of time necessary. I'm also putting some strategies that take longer to complete than the island lasts because, if you buy a boost scroll, the items take 2 times less time to collect, meaning you get twice as many items during that 1 day, which means you effectively get 2 days worth of items in that time, which can also be translated to 1 extra day.
To find the strategy that suits you, think about how many times will you collect an entire pool of items in the 5 days of the island, and multiply that number with 8 hours to get the amount of total time you want on your strategy. Note that if the number of hours is divisible by 8 on all collections, I put the number of collections as a reference and not the number of hours.
I'm considering the amount of time required to get items once they are in the pool as 0. Also, this time some nodes require PvP; I'm assuming that you start every node with 3 PvP attacks.
How the strategy works: For each quest, the strategy tells you the number of gems to spend on that quest. Note that quests which only require 1 breeding item can be completed almost instantly so they aren't included.
It also says after how much time is required to get you to this gem cost if there is no island boost(or if the number of hours is divisible with 8, then the number of collections), which is mainly helpful if you divide it by 8 hours to see how many times you should collect the entire pool of items after you get your first collection. Note that dividing by 8 also works if you're planning for an island boost; just make sure to collect every 4 hours instead of every 8 hours.
If you're going by every hour collection, you might see a remainder when dividing by 8(usually 4, when you get 3 gold and 2 food items without waste); that means that it's optimal to collect an incomplete pool and then gem.To save time, I put all the strategies of the same type in one place; you can search(ctrl+f on pc) one of these things:
15 cells
20 cells
65 cells(r0)
60 cells
60 cells(r1)
75 cells
75 cells(r2)
130 cells
160 cells(r3)
180 cells
190 cells(r4)
320 cells
420 cells(r5)If you have any other questions, feel free to reply on this thread.
Anyway, here are the strategies:
Every 8 hours: /pastebin.com/nneKTFvM
Every 8 hours, first gems spent after 8 hours: /pastebin.com/WGm2mFjp
Every hour: /pastebin.com/5P92ktnD
Every hour, first gems spent after 4 hours: /pastebin.com/FRK9etse
Every hour, first gems spent after 8 hours: /pastebin.com/Fc4naCs4Since it seems like a lot of people get confused by this, 1618 collections/5d8h6d is included only because of the boost scroll.

Dorijan Lendvaj
So, I made the best strategies for spending gems if you want to reach a certain node. First, I'll explain how this works:
For each monster, there are several possible strategies with various amounts of time necessary.
I'm also putting some strategies that take longer to complete than the island lasts because, if you buy a boost scroll, the items take 2 times less time to collect, meaning you get twice as many items during that 1 day, which means you effectively get 2 days worth of items in that time, which can also be translated to 1 extra day.This time there is no island boost.To find the strategy that suits you, think about how many times will you collect an entire pool of items in the 4 days of the island, and multiply that number with 8 hours to get the amount of total time you want on your strategy. Note that if the number of hours is divisible by 8 on all collections, I put the number of collections as a reference and not the number of hours.
I'm considering the amount of time required to get items once they are in the pool as 0. Also, this time some nodes require PvP; I'm assuming that you start every node with 3 PvP attacks.
How the strategy works: For each quest, the strategy tells you the number of gems to spend on that quest. Note that quests which only require 1 breeding item can be completed almost instantly so they aren't included.
It also says after how much time is required to get you to this gem cost if there is no island boost(or if the number of hours is divisible with 8, then the number of collections), which is mainly helpful if you divide it by 8 hours to see how many times you should collect the entire pool of items after you get your first collection. Note that dividing by 8 also works if you're planning for an island boost; just make sure to collect every 4 hours instead of every 8 hours.
If you're going by every hour collection, you might see a remainder when dividing by 8(usually 4, when you get 3 gold and 2 food items without waste); that means that it's optimal to collect an incomplete pool and then gem.To save time, I put all the strategies of the same type in one place; you can search(ctrl+f on pc) one of these things:
chest 3
30 cells
50 cells(r0)
60 cells
60 cells(r1)
75 cells
75 cells(r2)
130 cells
160 cells(r3)
180 cells
190 cells(r4)
230 cells
250 cells(r5 combined with 260 cells from book)If you have any other questions, feel free to reply on this thread.
Anyway, here are the strategies:
Every 8 hours: /pastebin.com/fYUFzXFZ
Every 8 hours, first gems spent after 8 hours: /pastebin.com/R4462iNw
Every hour: /pastebin.com/1xTyK5dj
Every hour, first gems spent after 4 hours: /pastebin.com/JxbjnAiN
Every hour, first gems spent after 8 hours: /pastebin.com/vEZhjKLQNote that here I included strategies which require 4 days/12 collections. Actually, getting that is almost impossible; I've heard from others that the reset time is actually a few minutes less than 8 hours so I think it's possible but definitely don't use 12 collections as a default position; use 11 instead.