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New Bug: The Tavern counter

Nigel I Am

Why put daily quests out that need Tavern Silver when the counter is not working. Failed to complete a quest yesterday because when I clicked on 8 people in tavern there was none and no silver so Quest failed. What is the Point!!!!


Indeed after collection the counter indication is not reset, only after reloading the counter gets reset again, very annoying indeed


Not sure this is the same issue (or related) but when I collect my entire tavern silver. It stays on whatever counter it was.
For example, if my tavern is full it will show 16/16. I go and collect it all. However, when leaving the tavern the counter will stay on 16/16 giving the impression my tavern is full even though it's empty. This is only fixed when I reload the game. Didn't have this issue in the past.