Amethysts are the in-game currency used for Dragon Pals.
- Farming: Farming is one of the most consistent ways to earn Amethysts, though it can be time-consuming and up to three players can steal part of your crop (on top of a 10% lose is in servitude to another player).
- Bounty Quests: All Bounties pay out Amethysts, though in some cases completing the Bounty may cost more Amethysts than a player earns by completing it.
- Arena: All Arena challenges result in a small amount of Amethysts being earned. If, at the end of the day's Arena Event, a player is ranked high enough they also earn Amethyst. Higher ranks earn more Amethysts.
- Demon Invasion: Amethysts are earned based on a combination of damage dealt per battle and how much damage has been dealt by other players over the course of the event. Earning a spot in the top 10 for most damage dealt will net a player additional Amethysts.
- Devil's Den: Amethysts are earned at the completion of each in-event quest.
- Holy Lands: Defeating monsters results in a reawrd that includes Amethysts. The amount eanred is based on if the monster defeated was a hoarde monster or a boss and what level the monster is located on, which higher levels granting larger rewards.
- Single Player Instances
- Amethyst Alchemy
- Pennies From Heaven: Amethysts are awarded at the end of the event.
- Trivia Challenge: Amethysts are awarded at the end of the event.
- Selling items: Items that are unneeded or do not fit in a player's Inventory can be sold for small sums of Amethysts.
- Magic Lamp
- Cross Server Challenge: Amethysts are one of the options available to support a team with. By putting 500K forward in support of a thram of the player's choice, the player can recieve 1M Amethysts if their chosen team wins their match.
Amethysts are used for a number of in-game purposes, some more required than others.
- Farming: Purchasing seeds
- Purifying (removal of Purification Essance only)
- Holy Seal
- Summoning Dragon Orbs
- Guild Wealth