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Sending Characters “Home” In Disney Magic Kingdoms

We’ve received a number of emails and tweets asking us what it means to “send your characters ‘home’ in Disney Magic Kingdoms.” This feature – introduced a while ago now – is actually one that fans of the game have been requesting for a long time. If your park is overrun with characters, and your time is limited, sending your characters ‘home’ will be a great resource for you!

As always, we are playing Disney Magic Kingdoms on our Google Pixel 2, provided to us by Google Canada. The Pixel 2 is a great multimedia phone with two front facing speakers for an optimum audio experience, whether playing games, watching movies, or listening to music! Read our review here.

If you’ve been playing Disney Magic Kingdoms since the beginning, by now you’ve probably amassed quite a few characters, even if you’ve never spent a gem on premium content. Every event has 6-8 characters for players to unlock, and since there have been many major events to date, that means there are a ton of characters roaming around the Kingdoms of people around the world.

On top of this, not every character is as beneficial as the next, so during events, there are always a host of characters who serve no purpose except to earn you experience and magic potions. Sending characters ‘home’ is a way to forget about them – not have to tap them every few hours, set new tasks, etc. – all the while still reaping some benefit. Every 24 hours, players will be able to tap a sign in the square in front of the castle and reap some rewards for the characters they have sent ‘home.’

It should be noted, however, that you can earn a lot more experience and way more magic potions should you choose to send your characters on tasks. For those with limited time, however, being able to set aside some characters and essentially ignore them is actually a great little feature. It proves that Gameloft listens to their fans, and are always working to make Disney Magic Kingdoms a fantastic experience for all!

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Adam Roffel has only been writing about video games for a short time, but has honed his skills completing a Master's Degree. He loves Nintendo, and almost anything they have released...even Tomodachi Life.

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