These quests are randomly generated, with a difficulty that increases with the number of quests previously completed (it is possible to see the number of quests completed inside the Holiday Pass main page).
When a player accepts a quest from Santa, a random number between 1 and 6 is chosen and the value determines what kind of quest you will get:
- Winter Chests opened,
- Total Winter Tokens,
- Get Epic Winter Ancient Items (or Legendary if you already completed more than 24* quests),
- Total Golden Gifts collected,
- Total time played,
- Get Epic Winter Ancient Items (it can also be Celestials if you surpassed quest 50*).
*This values might be incorrect after the v5.5 rebalance of the Santa Quests.
The requirements for each quest are based on what the players have already reached, and to that is added a value based on the number of quests completed.
While the requirements are based on the player's statistics, the rewards are always the same, starting from 5K Winter Tokens:
*The increase seems to hold up until over ~500 quests, where the values starts to be incorrect, but no actual values or a possible reason for this has been found.
Completing these quests allows the player to claim rewards from the Holiday Pass, both the free one and the premium one.
- While the rewards remain unchanged, the requirements used to be a lot higher before v5.5, after which they have been rebalanced due to the small amount of players being able to reach the last tier of the Holiday Pass.
- Completing Santa Quests will be more expensive than the reward gained, unless the player has a high Luck multiplier (This without counting the rewards gained through the Holiday Pass, which increases the rewards up until quest #245).
- When completing a quest, after talking with Santa to claim the reward a new quest will be immediately given to the player. Before v5.1 this wasn't implemented, so the players had to talk to the NPC twice to obtain a new quest.