With Update 1.64, we're giving the community a new feature called "Conversion Stone". It lets players exchange Ogrines for Kamas and vice versa.

We wanted to make this option available to you because we think it's an honest way of responding to two things the community asks for again and again:

  • Accessing all paying services and content in the store without paying with real money.
  • Legally getting kamas without upsetting the in-game economy.

Offering players a legal and secure platform to carry out these exchanges allows us to respond to these two requests without harming the in-game balance (nothing is generated – it is only exchanges between players).

How It Works

The different steps:

  1. You can buy a Conversion Stone in the Shop for €5.
  2. This stone can be sold for kamas (at the in-game Shop). The seller chooses the sale price in kamas.
  3. When a player buys a Conversion Stone using kamas, their account is credited with 2,500 (linked) Ogrines that they can spend in the Shop, if desired.


  • To buy a Conversion Stone in the Shop, your account must be certified.
  • There are no restrictions for buying a Conversion Stone in exchange for kamas.

Additional Information

  • An average price is calculated and displayed for Conversion Stones.
  • A Conversion Stone put up for sale can be withdrawn from sale by its owner (for example, to adjust its price).
  • When a Conversion Stone is bought in exchange for kamas, it cannot be sold again; the ogrines are automatically credited to the account after buying the Conversion Stone.

Roll-out and Availability

This feature will be available for three months starting shortly after Update 1.64 is released.

At the end of this time, Conversion Stones that were bought will not be lost. They will be usable and exchangeable in the game for an unlimited time.

We aren't ruling out doing this again, albeit with a few changes if needed.


  • Why Can't Conversion Stones Be Bought Using Ogrines?

We want to avoid current ogrine stocks influencing Conversion Stone transactions.

This is a precautionary principle for the launch of this new feature. We aren't ruling out lifting this restriction eventually.

  • Why Didn't You Offer an Ogrine Exchange Similar to the One in DOFUS?

We wanted to experiment with a streamlined system for exchanging ogrines for kamas.

Therefore, we made the decision to give you a different system.

  • Why Not Sell Kamas Directly?

If we were to sell kamas directly, we'd risk significantly destabilizing how the in-game economy works by creating excessive inflation that would gradually make kamas lose value.

By offering an inter-player exchange system, we're ensuring that we won't generate any additional kamas and, therefore, that we won't disrupt the in-game economy.

Category: Game design