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Megami Quest

DoraShinmage's Megami Quest is a Cookie Clicker-esque webtoy with a JRPG twist. Able to run by itself in another tab or window, the game centers around creating a party of characters that slowly get stronger as they generate EXP by the second and level up. Each character has a strength rating relative to its level, and each area you visit requires a certain strength rating to complete, which in turn opens up new areas to conquer. Initially, you won't be able to do much, and the heroes you can pay to summon will be less than inspiring, but as you visit new areas, you'll unlock more powerful summoning spells, items, and even be able to upgrade your existing roster.

Simple? You bet. Megami Quest is a considerably more passive experience than other "idle" games, with a focus primarily on discovering all the possible items and party members, which is mostly a random affair. The biggest challenge will be "grinding" for high strength ratings, since some stages limit the number of heroes you can take (forcing you to "rest" the others) while still demanding a high strength rating to conquer. Most of the locations and character names (apart from our titular "goddess") appear to be taken from Norse mythology, and it feels like Megami Quest has a lot of potential to beef up its content with a story of some sort behind it. Still, it's cute and an interesting spin on the increasingly popular "idle" webtoy genre, and if you need something to run in another tab, you could do far worse than a growing cavalcade of legendary heroes.

Play Megami Quest


Great little game. I guess I'll begin the discussion on party member unlocks.

Level 1 has a chance to summon: Askr*, Embala*, Norn**, Saga**, and Sigurd***.

Level 2 has a chance to summon: Fylgja***, Dis***, Heimdall***, Nanna****, Eir****, and Balder*****.

That's as far as I've gotten.

f.lynxpardinus November 7, 2013 4:41 PM

I can't figure out the tradeoff between summoning more members or not. Any hints?


The problem you're going to run into is that you need high level members to enter certain areas, because they limit how many people you can bring. Since your XP is split among all active members, having more causes each to level slower. Some areas allow you to bring everybody, though, so having a lot of members can help.

My goal has been to simply have one of each person. This is not an optimal strategy, though: the higher star members are far, far better than the lower star ones, and so having multiple 5-stars will get you more power.

But I gotta catch em' all, right?


To take the party member info a little further:

c = common, r = rare, u = ultra rare
Level 1: Askr*(c), Embla**(c), Norn**(c), Saga**(c), Sigurd***(r)

Level 2: Fylgja***(c), Dis***(c), Heimdall***(c), Nanna****(c), Eir****(r), Loki*****(u), Balder*****(u)

Level 3: Valkyrie*****(c), Einherjar*****(c), ?, ?, Tor*****(u)

Generally speaking, you always want to just focus on levelling the rarest members at each level you have access to, and Resting out everyone else when possible. Sigurd (level 1 rare) is better than the level 2 commons. And at level 2, Balder is substantially better than everyone else, so really just go for duping him if you can. At level 3, Balder is still better than everyone I have gotten other than Tor, who is a monster.

Mingy Jongo November 7, 2013 5:58 PM

I fixed some rarity errors on the list and added some more characters:

c = common, r = rare, s = super rare u = ultra rare
Level 1: Askr*(c), Embla**(c), Norn**(c), Saga**(c), Sigurd***(r)

Level 2: Fylgja***(c), Dis***(c), Heimdall***(c), Nanna****(c), Eir****(r), Loki*****(s), Balder*****(s)

Level 3: Valkyrie*****(c), Einherjar*****(c), Frey*****(r), ?, Tor*****(u), Frigg*****(u)

>=Level 3: ?, ?
(I don't know if the last two can be found as Level 3 heroes, or if there is a higher summoning level that can get them.)


I managed to (FINALLY!) get a missing lvl 2 summon:

(Super Rare)Loki*****

As for items, I am currently finished with Elivagar River, and I have the following

Ale: It becomes somewhat pleasant (found at town - no use)
Herb: Gives +10 exp to all party members (found at Plain and River)
Silver: Sells for 200g (found in mines and caves)
Gold: Sells for 3000g (special complete item)
Kvasir's Blood: Changes Ale into Honey Wine (all Ales! Found at Castle)
Honey Wine: Gives +200 exp to all party members (must be made)
Yggdrasil Seed: Gives +100 exp to all party members (found at Rivers and Ravines)
Laevateinn: It increases Giving EXP 300 times for 10 seconds (special complete item)
(unknown) x 4

f.lynxpardinus November 7, 2013 6:07 PM

Is there a limit on the number of members of a particular class? I have 2 Loki's and have summoned a bunch of times but no more Loki's (or any Baldur's) have appeared.


@f.lynx - Doubt there is. It took me a lot of money to get my Loki, by which point I've would have had a small mini army of 10 Balders. So, it is mainly luck.

Mingy Jongo November 7, 2013 6:13 PM


After Honey Wine, I have a Golden Apple, which doubles your current amount of Gold. I think I got it after beating Castle Utgard.

The item after Yggdrasil Seed is Sleipner's Bridle, which gives a boost to your search bar when you use it in an unbeaten area. I think I got after beating Gnipahellir Cave.

You'll find the King's Manuscripts randomly in Elivagar River. It opens up a new area, Hvergelmir Spring, which only one character can enter, requiring 50,000 strength.

sashabramowitz November 7, 2013 6:13 PM

I've been playing a lot today... I'm only missing the final slot for characters and a couple items.

Level 1 Summon Characters: Askr, Embla, Norn, Saga, Sigurd, Fylgja
Level 2 Summon Characters: Dis, Heimdall, Nanna, Eir, Loki, Balder, Valkyrie
Level 3 Summon Characters: Einherjar, Frey, Freja, Tor, Frigg, Woden, ??


A couple updates:

Laevateinn is not a special complete item - it drops occasionally in a couple places, and seems to drop quite a bit in the Gate of Hell.

While Fylgja is on the first line, she is a level 2 summon. I assume the same of Valkyrie (on line 2, but level 3) but I haven't gotten her yet.

And two questions:

Has anyone managed to complete Hvergelmir Spring? The completion bar doesn't even seem to be moving for me.

Has anyone found out the last three items?

Mingy Jongo November 7, 2013 6:48 PM

About one of the levels:

The completion bar moves in Hvergelmir Spring, just veeeeery slowly. I'm at 2/10 completion after around 40 min.


Set a hero in Hvergelmir and walk away. Been grinding it for about 1.5 hours and half way there.



I have completed Hvergelmir Spring. It just goes very slowly. One of the last three items is a reward for completing that area.

notyourboddhisatva November 7, 2013 9:10 PM

To speed up Hvergelmir Spring, hang out in Gnipahellir Cave until Sleipnir's Bridle drops.

notyourboddhisatva November 7, 2013 9:18 PM


The last three items are: Ring of the Nibelungs from finishing Hvergelmir Spring (see my previous post), Gjallerhorn (if I remember, this sometimes drops in Hell,) and the last item is a trophy for game completion.

I have been playing this game for a few days now. Currently I'm playing ultra hard mode:

Megami can't click any summon buttons.


huh. trying to use summonlvl2 for the first time, got loki. after that I tried again, got loki again. how ridiculous.

notyourboddhisatva November 7, 2013 9:30 PM

@ sashabramowitz

If you're missing the item in the first row of Found Items that's second from the right:

Once you have an inventory, spend some time in the Edge of Town until you've picked up a few Ales. Then, move on over to Hnitbjorg and wait for Kvasir's Blood, then use it.

vulpisfoxfire November 7, 2013 10:15 PM

Hrm. Can you get another Kvasir's Blood in Hnitbjorg once you've used the first one you got, or have I messed up my ability to get Honey Wine without resetting?

vulpisfoxfire November 7, 2013 10:19 PM

Oops....that should have been spoilered. Please fix Jay/whoever?

notyourboddhisatva November 7, 2013 10:28 PM


Yes, but it may take a while before you see another.


I dont seem to see any difference in the parties. I've been running with the main character, 3 loki's and 3 nana's and 3 eir's. I just go for the highest number of stars.

vulpisfoxfire November 8, 2013 1:47 AM

@notyourboddhisatva Thanks...some patience got me what I was looking for.
Now I just need

The next to the last item on the bottom row, which I believe you mentioned was a horn found in Hell?

That said...fairly short game as these go, really. I'm used to Cookie Clicker and the Candy Boxes that take weeks of letting the window sit in the background to hit the endgame, while this one I finished within the day (and by finished, I mean not only getting all the levels but all the characters and items).


It's annoying that you can't sell or move characters that are at Rest.


@Tenzhi That may just be you, I'm able to sell and move my characters whether they're resting or not.


Ah, I was tricked by the greyed out buttons. How about this, then: It's annoying that the buttons are greyed out for no reason. ;)


Also: Buy a character for a million gold and immediately sell it back for 5? Was this game created by the minds behind Gamestop? ;)


hm. is anyone else irritated that the one character you can't get rid of, turns out to be the weak link in the party?

Megumi, 5 star, lvl 7, 63k strength
Tor(urare), 5 star, lvl 7, 178k str.

I just got a second tor and a freya, both ultra rares.

need to figure out who the bottem right two people are, and the 2nd from the right, middle row for people.



Sounds like you haven't found a certain item yet. My Megami currently outstrips both Tor and Frigg by about 30K all 5-star and level 7.


Well, I got everything but the second to last character. The RNG isn't being kind to me. Millions and millions and millions of gold spent without success. Still, I appreciate one of these games where it doesn't take weeks to tediously grind through. Being able to finish in a single shift is convenient for me.


What is the item between the blood and the apple? And where might I find it? Thanks :)


Tip for getting a character you want.

Just export the save text and keep importing it until you get the charcater you want. :p

I'm still struggling to get the final character at the bottom right though.


Finally got the last character I was missing.

It's from the item from completing the Spring. You don't buy/summon her.

Mingy Jongo November 8, 2013 8:15 AM


Use a Kavasir's Blood while you have Ale in your inventory to get Honey Wine.


I still lack the second-to-last character and the second-to-last item. I've spent zillions of dollars trying to get that character, with no luck -- do I need to get the item before I can get the character?

f.lynxpardinus November 8, 2013 9:44 AM

For those who are wondering what the optimal number of summoned members to worry about/level up are:

10 is a good number


I got the second to last item!

Gjallarhorn - gained at hell
Effect: Turn Gold into EXP for active members (10 gold = 1 exp)


For anyone interested in ruining everything by cheating:

If you know how to get to the script console thing and enter commands, I figured out these commands:

game.gold = # : Sets your current gold to "#". Just entering in "game.gold" will show how much gold you currently have.

add_item("NAME") : Adds the named item to your inventory. Can exceed max inventory size with this. The names are not the strings you see as the item's name, but a four-letter abbreviation, for example the Golden Apple is "appl". Do include the "" around the item name, or it won't work.

item_type : Just entering this in will return an array of all the types of items, including their names. Useful for knowing what to type into add_item.

add_member("TYPE") : Works similarly to add_item, adding the chosen member to your party, but the member names are simply type00 - type20 in exactly the order they appear on the found list screen (so type00 is Megami, for example). Creating a party member this way does add it to the found list, but you won't see the summon animation that happens when you buy a new member normally.

If you don't know how to get to the console, hopefully the explanation from the cookie clicker wiki, of all things, might help you: http://cookieclicker.wikia.com/wiki/Cheating

I use inspect element to get there on firefox. Not sure exactly whether firefox itself or some add-on gave me the context menu item "inspect element", though.

https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=AItOawnrLT_DgOiK7Leoj0eRHY69GNEFT33XtTU November 8, 2013 2:57 PM

Does completing specific levels give the new summon level buttons? I've only got access to summon level 1 and I think I've unlocked ALL the missions?


Have you beaten the final area yet?
Check the progress of each area individually by checking whether the area between the brackets [] is all full of asterisks *
If it is, remember to click the "Complete" button on the top right.

https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=AItOawnrLT_DgOiK7Leoj0eRHY69GNEFT33XtTU November 8, 2013 5:05 PM

Yeah, I found that about 2 mins after posting. Hadn't clicked a "complete" button.

Which was quite annoying.

notyourboddhisatva November 8, 2013 6:13 PM


The character you're needing is Woden, who's ultra rare. Just keep trying and you'll eventually get him. The item you're needing, Gjallerhorn, drops in Hell. It's also really rare.

Cale Gibbard November 8, 2013 8:40 PM

Here's a list of the areas in the game, along with the items which may drop in the area, the probability that the item drops each second (and the expected amount of time to receive one of that item), as well as what completing the area unlocks/gives.

The Edge of Town

  • Ale: p = 0.05 (20 seconds)

Idavoll Plain

  • Completing gives access to Mirkwood.


  • Completing gives access to level 1 summons.

  • Completing gives access to Franang Ravine.

Franang Ravine

  • Herb: p=0.01 (100 seconds)

  • Completing gives access to Falun Mine and Van River.

  • Completing gives access to the inventory.

  • Completing gives Herb.

Falun Mine

  • Silver: p = 0.01 (100 seconds)

  • Completing gives Gold.

Van River

  • Completing gives ability to Class Up.

  • Completing gives access to Jotunheim Hill.

Jotunheim Hill

  • Completing gives access to Hnitbjorg, Iron Wood, and Castle Utgard.


  • Kvasir's Blood: p = 0.002 (500 seconds)

  • Completing gives Yggdrasil Seed.

Iron Wood

  • Completing gives access to level 2 summons.

Castle Utgard

  • Yggdrasil Seed: p = 0.006 (166 seconds)

  • Completing gives access to Gnipahellir Cave and Elivagar River.

  • Completing gives Golden Apple.

Gnipahellir Cave

  • Sleipnir's Bridle: p = 0.001 (1000 seconds)

  • Gold: p = 0.002 (500 seconds)

  • Silver: p = 0.003 (333 seconds)

  • Completing gives 5 Gold.

Elivagar River

  • Yggdrasil Seed: p = 0.006 (166 seconds)

  • Herb: p = 0.006 (166 seconds)

  • King's Manuscripts: 0.001 (1000 seconds)

  • Completing gives access to Gate of Hell.

  • Completing gives Laevateinn.

  • Gate of Hell

    • Laevateinn: p = 0.0006 (1666 seconds)

    • Completing gives access to level 3 summons.

    • Completing gives access to Hell.

    Hvergelmir Spring

    • Completing gives Ring of the Nibelungs.


    • Gjallarhorn: p = 0.0006 (1666 seconds)

    • Completing gives access to Last Ragnarok.

    Last Ragnarok

    • Completing gives Trophy and displays the credits.

    Revived World

    • Gold: p = 0.004 (250 seconds)

    • Honey Wine: p = 0.004 (250 seconds)

    • Golden Apple: p = 0.001 (1000 seconds)

    • Laevateinn: p = 0.001 (1000 seconds)

    • Completing displays an extra congratulations.

    Here's a list of the possible summons for each level, along with the probabilities of obtaining each.

    Level 1

    • Askr: p = 0.30

    • Embla: p = 0.30

    • Norn: p = 0.16

    • Saga: p = 0.16

    • Sigurd: p = 0.08

    Level 2

    • Fylgja: p = 0.25

    • Dis: p = 0.25

    • Heimdall: p = 0.14

    • Nanna: p = 0.14

    • Eir: p = 0.12

    • Loki: p = 0.05

    • Balder: p = 0.05

    Level 3

    • Valkyrie: p = 0.33

    • Einherjar: p = 0.32

    • Frey: p = 0.10

    • Freja: p = 0.10

    • Tor: p = 0.07

    • Frigg: p = 0.05

    • Woden: p = 0.03

    Namchokdef November 9, 2013 9:31 AM

    Wait can this game runs when I close? I didn't check for a day then came back with 4m gold and tons of level.

    notyourboddhisatva November 9, 2013 12:22 PM

    Embla has a secret:

    After winning the game, use enough Gjallerhorns and she's actually the strongest character in the game. It only takes either a few eons or billions of cash to get her there.


    It just calculates what you should've gotten if you had left it running.


    Pretty fun little game.

    Does anyone know if this is the final version or if it will be updated with more content?


    Does anyone else think that Jay needs to add an "idle" tag? Because it seems that idle games are the new big thing. I'm personally a fan of them and enjoy having one running, and I'd like to be able to find others easier.



    Actually it's not just Embla. After beating the gmae I just tried out some cheats and gave me many Laevateinn at once. The classes get reversed. The 1 star characters become the strongest then it's the 2 stars etc, and the 5 stars characters become the weakest.

    It's most likely because the low star characters could level up more often.

    VanellopeVonShweetz November 10, 2013 3:11 PM

    Totally in agreement with you Onjit!
    I've just gotten through Candy Box 2 and Cookie Clicker, then this one came along and I was all too happy to have another game like this :)


    Is it time for a tag for the "Cookie Clicker-esque webtoy idle games"?

    f.lynxpardinus November 24, 2013 10:59 AM

    The site appears to be down for the past few days. I don't know if this is a temporary or permanent state of affairs.


    How do I leave a character in a specific location while the rest goes somewhere else? Is that possible at all?

    Say, leaving an Embla or Askr to grind at a medium level while the main group pushes onwards?


    Hi Foob! Unfortunately, that's not possible. Your party can only be in one location at once, and all you can do is enable/disable characters to create that party.


    This is a fun little game, and an interesting take on the whole Cookie Clicker/ Candy Box type of game.

    I must be really lucky or something, because I got Sigurd and Loki both on my second try of their respective classes. I can't say what'll happen when I get to level three (or get enough money to try for more level two characters) but this seems like a good start!


    How do you unlock

    Hvergelmir Spring



    The strength/xp scaling in this game is very strange. For the first billion or so xp, more stars = stronger, as you might expect. As far as "beating" the game is concerned, that's all that really matters.

    However, I have OCD, so I powerleveled all my characters to ~ 10^32 xp. Now my 1 star Askr far outclasses everyone else. My 1 star Woden loses a huge amount of strength with every star gained.


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