Accidental Skip: The cause of frustration for many, usually after seeing a highly valued gem. A result of skipping either too fast and/or not paying attention while skipping. See also: Skip Game.
Active: Player that is active in game, usually a guild requirement. This usually refers to a players Delta but can apply to Retrievals and Chat as well.
Advanced Layout: Used to describe the second trap set options, more expensive then the first option and has different traps.
Auto Sell: Gems are sold once acquired if there are no available slots, if gem found/stolen is a higher value it replaces a lesser one which is sold. Gold received is two times the amount of the sold gem's value.
Bait: The practice of luring players to raid you, typical approaches involve high gems, money, and/or deceptively easy looking trap placement. Used for skulling or filler rituals.
Bait and Switch: Placing low value gems with the hope they'll be stolen later, to be replaced with higher value gems. Ideally during shield times. Also known as filler ritual.
Ban: Account suspended due to hacking, exploits, or gem give away.
Base: Current layout/dungeon/map.
Players Base: the base you're currently using.
Opponents Base: the base you're raiding/revenging.
Single Player Base: base on world map, completed to open up gem mines and future player bases. Unique because they tend to exceed the three trap limit rule.
Random Base: after depleting Totem rituals on world map bases, player is assigned random bases.
Fake Base: a duplicate of a players base to prevent players from running out of bases while skipping. Gem values much lower then the original base they're based off of, and it's fairly common to see no gems also. Revenge Bases also have this limitation to avoid/limit Gem Swapping.
Gravity Base: Base that includes the Gravity Trap.
Platform Base: Base that includes one or two platforms, or the bounce platform.
Base Upgrades: Various options that cost gold, times to upgrade range from one minute to twenty four hours depending on level of upgrade.
Basic Layout: The first and cheapest option out of the three trap options when opening up a new base. More commonly referred to as Default Layout. Frequently found raiding during the early levels either due to lazy or inactive players.
Bell Gem: Second unique gem, exactly the same as Feather gem except has a bell.
Best Gem Pick: Outfit skill, found on Wise Eye and White Shadow. Has a probability of activating depending on outfit level and star rating upon completion of base. Picks highest value gem in Totem.
Blue Gem: One of the five non-unique gems. Fusing this color with just blue gems results in a Gang of Thieves potion if ritual is successful.
Blue Guard: Obstacle used in various dungeons. Rotates in a clockwise direction, frequently used for quick start deaths. Rarely used with Fly Glitch. Speed varies depending on radius to ensure time spent completing a rotation remains the same. Commonly called Spinner or Blue Spinner.
Edited by Coffee Bob, 19 October 2015 - 01:42 PM.