Legend of the Phoenix: List of Redemption Codes and How To Find More of Them

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Legend of the Phoenix is an love story RPG set in Imperial China where you develop your character into the highest-class of the high-class, fall in love, get married, have babies, and navigate the intrigue and the politics of the royal setting. You can dress up your character, earn gold and silver ingots, and a whole lot more.

You can complete quests to receive rewards in this game, but some rare help is provided in the form of redemption codes, which are codes (not unlike cheat codes) that are given out by the developers in order to give a gift to loyal fans or to entice more potential players to download the game.

Read on for a list of redemption codes, how to find more of them, and how to use them in Legend of the Phoenix!

Once you get through the initial story portion of the game, and you can tap wherever you want, tap on the + in the bottom right corner of the game screen. This is an extended menu button, and when you tap it, more options will appear. Tap the “settings“ option.

After you do that, tap on the button that says “redemption code“. From here, type or copy any code that you have in here, confirm it, and get the rewards.

Of course, you need to know where to actually find codes in order to use them. The best place to find codes is on the official social media pages. Go to the official Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social media accounts and look for codes that have been posted by the developers.

Facebook is the most important one to check, but any one of the sites can have codes. Be sure to check them all, because often times codes are posted on only one social media channel, not on all of them. This is especially the case when things such as subscriber contests happen.

For unofficial sources, check Facebook groups, or check the Subreddit for the game. These types of sources tend to be very active, so if players can find codes, we’re very likely to see them here. Be sure to share any codes that you have that you don’t see posted here, as well.

In the two above sources, you’re probably going to find a Discord invite somewhere. Click it or tap it to except the invite and into the chat room. Use the search bar at the top of the screen to search for “redemption codes“ or just “codes“ and look through all of the posts that are left.

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The second most likely place to find codes put out by the developers, aside from social media, is on YouTube or Twitch. The reason for this is because developers collaborate with streamers and Youtubers in order to use their built-in audiences to promote the game, and this is done by giving streamers codes to share with their audiences.

Go to the App Store that you downloaded this game at, look at the review pages, and see if anybody has posted codes as part of the reviews. Look at the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store to see if codes are interviews, and for whichever of the two platforms that you don’t use, you can still access the other app store’s download page on your browser.

Be sure to also check in the comments sections for all of the above sources. Facebook and YouTube have a specially popular comments sections, but by no means are they the only sources that deal. Twitch chat during live streams are also a great place to check.

As of right now, here are the codes that have been released for Legend of the Phoenix:
















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