In Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, coins can be found all over, and are a valuable currency to obtain new and improved weapons. This makes coins valuable, and finding enough coins to finance your team can be tricky.
There are four main ways to earn coins during the course of the game, and vary in difficulty and how hard or tedious it is to get more coins. They include:
EditComplete Main Chapters and Challenges
By completing worlds and the chapters within, you will gain a great amount of coins the more you play. This provides the biggest yield – providing you complete the level under par and don’t lose any Heroes in any of the battles in that chapter. For example, completing battles in World 1 will earn you 100 Coins per chapter, for a total of 10 chapters. Each medal you get will add another 100 Coins to a total of 400 coins per Chapter in World 1 alone. If you feel you aren’t going to get a good score, you may want to restart a battle rather than get the lower tier reward.
After clearing World 1, you can unlock Challenges that take the form of Rabbids dressed as Toads who are located throughout the World you’ve cleared, and offer difficult mini-challenges in the battlefields you’ve cleared for the chance to earn Coins and Power Orbs. Each of the Challenges in World 1 offer 150 Coins for the first time you clear them.
EditReplay Main Chapters and Challenges
After clearing World 1, you’ll gain the ability to use the Rabbid Time Washing Machine, which allows you to revisit any chapter in a world you have cleared – and play it again. After beating chapters the first time, this is the second best way to earn coins quickly, especially if you take on early chapters with your characters that are more powerful than when they first tried them. Any of the chapters in World 1 will offer 100 coins for completing them. You can make good money this way, even if it is a bit time consuming.
You can also replay any Challenge you have beat after trying them once World 1 is complete. These Challenges don’t offer as much reward, but some of them, especially the early challenges or ones that only last 1 turn, can be easily farmed over and over. Repeating a Challenge in World 1 will offer 50 Coins.
While this may be a lot more tedious method than the ones above, it is easy and does not require you to partake in any battles. You simply need to run around the chapters once battles have been cleared and collect coins as they appear. These coins reappear any time you return to Peach’s Castle and back to the World – and it’s best to look for large quantities of coins that can appear in groups.
The last and arugably hardest way to earn coins in during battle. Sometimes when shooting at enemies in cover – or being shot at while in cover, blocks that are hit will drop coins when shot at. These offer sparse amounts of coins that are still worth collecting while scrolling the map with Beep-0, but not enough to make it viable to replay.
However, at a certain point in the game, you will learn about Golden Shots. These attacks are triggered when you defeat an enemy who is under a certain amount of health, and will cause them to explode into a shower of coins that you can then collect with Beep-0. While this isn’t an astounding way to collect lots of coins at once, it does add up when you’re also earning coins doing challenges or chapters. Plus, if you have the Orbs to spare, you can upgrade your skills for every hero to gain more coins on successful Golden Shots.