Achievements are a great way to impress your friends and gain recognition in the community for the time spent saving Yumies and solving the
puzzles. You can also use achievements to grow in status on the 'Top Achievers' and 'Top Puzzle Scores' leaderboards.
Search for your friends' and your own achievement page to find a barrage of achievements!
Know what discoveries and achievements are happening around you instantly with the live event feeds.
Congratulate your friends or jump at opportunities. The choice is yours. Flaunt your puzzle scores
and achievement points to others and feel good doing it! The live feed runs 24/7 on the website and at
Bands of Cypher Twitter Page. You can subscribe to the
Twitter feed by clicking "Join the Conversation" on the Twitter feed.
As you discover traits you unlock more parts of the chart on the Discovery page. You receive points for
discovering a new trait and for discovering the same trait 10,20,30,etc times. There is also a bigger point
reward for discovering all traits. Understanding the social hierarchy of Yumi tribes is key in understanding
how they function. Yumies form cultural associations based on their genetic traits that are classified in 11 tiers:
Abundant, Uncommon, Rare, Legendary, Mythical, Artifacted, Splendor, Abyss, Cosmic, Intrepid and Ancient.
We are looking for specific tribes in order to investigate the details of the Extinction Level Event that is
threatening the survival of Yumi species in our own world. These tribes carry key pieces of information that may
prove critical in our survival. Find the specific Yumies listed using Puzzle I. To search for a specific Yumi, you may need
help from a member of its tribe. Yumies with 3 or more traits in common belong to one tribe. Tribe names vary based on skin,
wings, luminescence and eyes. Tribe names relate to the names of their genetic traits. If you know which kinds of
traits are part of a tribe, it will be easier for you to locate the specific Yumies. For example, TroicJaze-Iutu-Aeth and
Iutu-Aeth belong to the same tribe. These Keepers are very important as they unlock the Puzzle II so you can rescue higher
hierarchies of Yumies.
You can find "##" in place of certain traits for a specific Keeper which means you can find any of that trait and it will still be a
Keeper. For example, TroicJaze-Weri-Orei-## means you can find a Keeper that must have a TroicJaze skin, Weri wings, Orei eyes,
but a luminescent of any kind.
Click the Keeper's name to send yourself to a customized Twitter search to find anyone who may have discovered the Keeper already! This
may help you advance by getting tips on how to find that Keeper, or possibly trade the Keeper to unlock Puzzle II.
We need volunteers, civilians and factions alike who are willing to host Yumi habitats to give them shelter in our
dimension. The more Yumies you rescue, the more achievement points and milestones you obtain. In addition, if you save more
rare Yumies you will get more points and Tokens. Your monthly achievements will count towards your Token earnings which you can use at the Token Store.
Transcode achievements are awarded when you successfully finish the transcoding operation. A transcoding operation
consists of giving shelter to a Yumi until it gains 100% Nether. Then, you can request the Yumi to call a member of
its tribe through the Bands of Cypher portal. Once a Yumi comes through the portal through transcoding, it will count
towards that achievement. Monthly achievements for transcoding help boost your Token earnings.
Save Yumies by completing Puzzle I and/or Puzzle II. Puzzle I can be solved in 3 different modes:
Normal, Advanced, Expert. Advanced and Expert modes will give you more achievement points, in addition to giving an increased chance that
a Yumi will respond. Puzzle II only has one mode, however the achievements are divided into puzzle score ranges. The higher your score,
the more achievement points you will receive for rescuing a Yumi.