Tales of Grimm

Idle Revenue (Meow Steward)

Idle Revenue (Meow Steward)
Tales of Grimm Guide

Tales of Grimm is an idle RPG where you play as the Dreamer, and lead an army of creatures, heroes, and other entities as you help the natives of the fairy tale land of Oz. Idle games have similar idle battle systems where your characters fight automatically even when you’re offline, earning resources along the way. In our Meow Steward (Idle Battle) Guide, we will discuss how this feature functions in the game and how you can take advantage of it.


You can find the Meow Steward in the lower-left corner of the Adventure screen. This NPC automatically collects the loot dropped by enemies defeated by your selected Adventure mode character. As you continue clearing stages, the idle revenue amount also increases.
Idle Revenue (Meow Steward)

Similar to the Crystal Lake’s resource nodes, you can only store a limited amount of idle rewards. Once the cap is met, your steward won’t be able to gather idle revenue until you manually claim it. After claiming, the stockpile will be emptied and added to your inventory, and the cycle resets. The time limit (revenue cap) is extended by a few hours, depending on your VIP level.

Additionally, you can adjust the settings to automatically convert low-quality gears that your steward collects to Gear EXP. That way, you’ll be able to lower the unnecessary junk in your inventory.

Idle Revenue (Meow Steward)

Changing the Protagonist

While you can’t change your Meow Steward’s appearance, you’ll still be able to change the protagonist or active idle combatant in the Adventure screen. This is for display purposes only; the selected character will not earn any EXP and they don’t need to be controlled either. You can only select the protagonist’s appearance based on the characters you already own.

Quick Adventure

This feature allows you to instantly collect revenue equal to 120 minutes of idle time. Players have access to one Quick Adventure claim daily and three paid (using Diamonds) attempts daily. These attempts are resetted automatically as part of the game’s scheduled daily reset. Additionally, the game offers a paid Monthly Pass that gives players 2 extra free attempts and 6 extra paid attempts. If you’re playing the game heavily and if budget is not an issue, getting this upgrade privilege will allow you to gather tons of idle revenue in an instant.

This concludes our Meow Steward (Idle Battle) Guide for Tales of Grimm. For more Tales of Grimm content, please check out our other pages within this guide.

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