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Mighty Quest For Epic Loot: How to Complete Epic Pass Season 3 Week 7 Missions

Wondering how to complete the missions in Mighty Quest For Epic Loot’s season three week seven? Here’s everything you need to know.

Mobile game Mighty Quest packs in a lot of different challenges for players to complete. Some of the most lucrative of those are part of the Epic Pass.

Each week, new missions are posted, and they offer a lot of rewards to reap. However: the missions are often listed in the form of riddles, and not all of them are too obvious to complete.

Sadly, some of the missions are locked under a paywall: you’ll need to buy the epic pass to unlock them and reap all the rewards. But even if you’re just playing for free, there’s some loot to be earned.

Here’s each week 7 mission, and what you need to do to complete them. Don’t worry if you don’t complete them all before week two is over; they’ll remain accessible for the duration of Mighty Quest For Epic Loot’s Season three, which runs until early March.

Still stuck with previous quests? Read our guide on Mighty Quest’s season 3 week 1 hereweek two hereweek three hereweek four here, week five here and week six here.

Our third ship is too loaded and could sink at any time! Clear ALL its furniture in less than 90s so that we can keep it afloat!

The “third ship” refers to Act 6, Level 3 (all the level icons are represented by ships in Act 6). You need to run through 6-3 in less than 90 seconds, taking cake to destroy each piece of furniture you come across. Here, that means piles of rubble and cannons.

The Raider is now eyeing Krushing Karl! Crush Karl 6 times to make sure nothing of him remains to be seen…

You’ll find Krushing Karl in the Keeper’s Coliseum trial. Bear in mind that you can only complete this three times in one day, so you’ll need to come back over two separate days to unlock the reward. Using auto-win tickets does count, too.

The Raider just raided Castle 5-3 in less than 60s and without taking a single hit… Can you do that too?

This one is a little tricky and will take some practice and dexterity. You need no special equipment; simply to get through Act 5, Level 3 in less than 60 seconds without taking a single hit. I’d recommend using a ranged weapon. The enemies here are the huge cyclops types that damage you by throwing rocks. Keep moving and watch out for the red circles appearing on the floor – use your dodge roll to move out of the way (swipe in a direction).

Equip the favorite Talent of Axe users and unleash its power on a Necro-Keeper!

For this one, you need to equip the ‘Axe Mastery’ talent. Head to the ‘hero’ menu and to the Talents section at the bottom-right of the screen. It’s a talent that increases the damage you deal when using an axe. Weirdly, you don’t have to use an Axe to complete this challenge. The ‘Necro-Keeper’ is Necro Nancy, the boss of Act 9. You’ll find her in Act 9, Level 10. Simply using an auto-win ticket works here.

Poison 200 foes AND slay them before the poison does.

This one is self-explanatory. The easiest way to poison enemies is by using the ‘Venom Splash’ skill. It’ll actually be easier to complete this challenge if the skill hasn’t been levelled up much; the weaker it is the more time you’ll have to kill them with your weapon after poisoning them.

In Castle 9-3, how many foes can you slay in less than 10 sec? How about 35?

This one is a tricky one that again may take a few attempts. You need to kill 35 enemies in Act 9, Level 3 in less than 10 seconds. The enemies here tend to follow you, so it’s worth trying to lead one group of enemies to another, allowing you to kill them all in a shorter space of time.

Get ready to dodge some deadly Viking Axe slashes! Train by performing 200 rolls.

Here’s a nice, easy one that you can accumulate while doing other challenges: simply roll 200 times. You roll by swiping in any direction.

Editor in chief // Kim's been into video games since playing Dizzy on her brother's Commodore 64 as a nipper. She'll give just about anything a go, but she's got a particular soft spot for indie adventures. If she's not gaming, she'll be building Lego, reading a thriller, watching something spooky or... asleep. She does love to sleep.