Mineko’s Night Market is a cat-filled spin on Animal Crossing

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The world of Mineko’s Night Market is one obsessed with cats. Felines roam freely around its cartoony, cutesy island. Mini-games make sport of their adventures, and occasionally they’ll trail after you like ducklings behind their mother. On Mount Fugu Island, inhabitants even worship cat deities — specifically, the Sun Cat, a portly, upright creature called Abe. Developer Meowza Games has made no secret of its love of one specific animal, but the pleasing aesthetic of its upcoming game only lends to the friendly, approachable atmosphere of it all.

Mineko’s Night Market, launching this year, follows a girl named Mineko who’s recently moved to Mount Fugu Island. She currently runs a market, but it’s been in a financial pinch as of late….

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An Amphibian Plague Recovery Could Spell Good News for Animal Disease

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A decade ago, a deadly fungus ravaged amphibian populations around the world, pushing several species the extinction of several species.

It’s a sadly familiar story on a planet with no shortage of bad news for animals.

But recently researchers have discovered a croak of hope — some species may be able to adapt to this fungus and bounce back from its destruction.

Researchers working in Panama found that nine of 12 species that had been devastated by chytrid fungus had recovered, and that local frogs were less susceptible to the fungus than lab-raised animals. Because the fungus itself didn’t seem to be any different, the researchers suspected the amphibians had developed resistance to the disease, just as if they had been given a vaccine.

Ideally, amphibians everywhere would be able to adapt to the fungus — and do so sooner rather than later, since amphibian populations are rapidly declining and face unique threats from climate change.

Yet the discovery could also be a good sign in the larger scope of animal disease. Fungal diseases have become more prevalent and more deadly in wildlife in around the globe, for reasons that scientists still don’t fully understand. Unsurprisingly, humans — our affinity for global travel, insistence on trading exotic pets from continent to continent, and tendency to destroy habitats — are the number one suspect.

If multiple species were able to adapt to chytrid fungus, maybe they could develop resistance to other potent fungal diseases, such as the white nose fungus that has already wiped out up to 97 percent of some North American bat populations. In fact, this might be happening — there are early signs that some surviving bats are beginning to reproduce again, potentially passing along the genes that make them resistant.

Earth is rapidly becoming less biodiverse; some experts estimate that it’s already below “safe” levels for the planet, and extinction cascades are imminent. Animals have always found ways to adapt to disease and other population threats, but that’s become harder lately, thanks to humans. Indications that species may be able to survive to these new threats are rare, glimmering signs of hope.

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It’s Finally Luigi Time in ‘Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp’

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Nintendo’s Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp [Free] has been running a Super Mario event since March 10th, a day that has been designated MAR10 Day because everyone’s got to be cute these days. A handful of Mario-related items were made available for crafting, including Mario’s hat, a Super Mushroom, and so on. There were some noticeable exclusions, however. As always, poor old Luigi got left out of the spotlight. But worry not, fans of the Best Brother, because as of today? It’s Luigi Time.

Luigi always seems to get the short end of the stick. A perpetual Player 2 to his brother, Luigi couldn’t even catch a break when Nintendo decided to give him an entire year. It ended up being one of the company’s worst in quite some time in spite of all of the great Luigi content. And the less said about recent Luigi coverage on other sites, the better. If you want to show your support for this superstar, you can now craft some Luigi goods by doing tasks for campers and collecting 1-Up Mushrooms. A Luigi hat and Luigi shirt allow you to deck yourself in winning green colors. After that’s done, you can also collect a 1-Up Mushroom decoration, a Question Block, a Floating Block, and a Fire Flower. If you’re willing to shell out some Leaf Tickets, you can also nab a Super Star.

If you haven’t finished grabbing the Mario items, don’t worry. You’re still able to get Super Mushrooms and craft the initial set of objects, though they are a little harder to come by now that they’re sharing with the 1-Up Mushrooms. This current round of items will be available through April 10th, and another wave of Super Mario-related goodies will arrive on March 31st. But do you really need anything else after you have that sweet cap?

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Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Fishing Tourney: Everything you need to know!

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ACPC’s first fishing tourney is here. It’s about more than just catching the biggest fish. Reel them in for great new nautical themed furniture!

Chip has made an appearance at Saltwater Shores and he’s here for the fish. Join the Fishing Tourney to earn cool new stuff for your Campsite, like fishing takes, coral accents, and more. This event is very short, lasting just four days. It runs from March 15 – 19. Here’s everything you need to know about how to catch the biggest and most rare fish in Fishing Tourney #1.

Event details

During the Fishing Tourney, you’ll catch special fish at Saltwater Shores (identified by their sparkle). The goal is not to catch all the fish, but to catch a cumulative size of total fish. For each combined size goal you reach, you’ll earn a reward. For example, if you reach 250cm in length for all of the Tourney fish you’ve caught, you’ll earn a Clown Fish Hairpin. The longer the length, the more rewards you earn. This is cumulative. Your measurement does not start over each time you have your fish measured.

The best way to reach the highest cumulative size (4,250 cm and up) is to catch as many fish possible during the Tourney.

You’ll then talk to Chip, who will measure the current round’s catch and reward you with items if you’ve reached the size goals. Prizes range from Sea Throw Nets to Seaweed Screens and tropical fish tanks.

Total fish size of 250, 500, and 750 cm give the following items awarded at random:

  • Clown Fish Hairpin
  • Clown Fish Tank
  • Sea Throw Net

Total fish size of 1000, 1250, 1500, 1750, 2000, 2250, and 2750 cm give the following items awarded at random:

  • Seaweed Screen
  • Coral Bench
  • Surgeonfish Tank
  • 5 Rustic essence
  • 5 Harmonious essence
  • Sea Throw Net

Total fish size of 3000, 3250, 3500,3750, 4000, and 4250 cm give the following items awarded at random:

  • Decorated Coral
  • Barred Knifejaw tank
  • Seaweed Screen
  • 5 Harmonious essence
  • 5 Hip essence

Once you’ve reached 4850 cm, and every 600 cm past that, you’ll be randomly awarded the same list as above. You won’t receive duplicates until you’ve been given at least one of each of the above. After that, you’ll start seeing duplicates of these items.

You can also earn rewards by completing Chips Challenges. These are similar to Timed Goals but are specific to fishing. Once you’ve completed specific goals in Chips Challenge, like catching 45 Squid or a Red Snapper that is 95.5 cm or larger, you’ll earn something special from Chip. Most of these challenges reward items like Tourney Sea Nets and Leaf Tickets, but Chip will also hand over a few furniture items.

Furniture items rewarded in Chips Challenge:

  • Catch 16 Clown Fish – Clown Fish Tank
  • Catch 4 Surgeonfish – Surgeonfish Tank
  • Catch 33 Clown Fish – Seaweed Screen
  • Catch 45 Horse Mackerel – Seaweed Screen
  • Catch 45 Squid – Barred Knifejaw Tank

Leaf Tickets rewarded in Chips Challenge:

  • Catch 8 Barred Knifejaw – 5 Leaf Tickets
  • Catch 4 Red Snapper – 10 Leaf Tickets
  • Catch 45 Olive Flounder – 10 Leaf Tickets

Sea Throw Nets rewarded in Chips Challenge (one net for each goal achieved):

  • Catch 8 Surgeonfish
  • Catch 16 Barred Knifejaw
  • Catch 8 Squid
  • Catch 8 Squid at least 37.0 cm
  • Catch 1 Red Snapper
  • Catch 1 Red Snapper measuring 95.0 cm
  • Catch 8 Olive Flounder
  • Catch 8 Olive Flounder at least 85.0 cm each
  • Catch 8 Horse Mackerel
  • Catch 8 Horse Mackerel at least 420 cm

You’ll also earn one Sparkle Stone for catching 125 Clown Fish.

Check in with the Fishing Tourney every three hours

The Fishing Tourney plays out in rounds similar to the way the campground guests move in cycles. In fact, it’s the exact same as the visitor cycle. Every three hours you’ll be able to fish another round of about seven catches.

Tourney Fishing rounds reset at:

  • 2:00 AM
  • 5:00 AM
  • 8:00 AM
  • 11:00 AM
  • 2:00 PM
  • 5:00 PM
  • 8:00 PM
  • 11:00 PM

Talk to your Campsite visitors

Animals in your Campsite will randomly give you Tourney fish. Talk to them every three hours, too. Remember, the time you talk to a Campsite animal starts when you talk to the first one. The three-hour timer starts after that. It’s different than the Tourney rounds or the campground visitor movement because the timer resets when you talk to an animal at your Campground.

Rent the Golden Rod

If you’ve got Leaf Tickets to spare, I highly recommend spending them on renting the Golden Rod. Every single time you fish, you catch two Tourney fish. Every single time. This always doubles the measurements you’ll collect in each round.

The Golden Rod costs 80 Leaf Tickets, which is not small potatoes, but if you’ve been frugal with your Leaf Tickets, you’ve got a lot to spare. This is the perfect occasion to use them. You’ll complete the Tourney and Chip’s Challenges much faster and be able to start working on duplicate rewards. If you’re hoping for two Coral Benches, this is how to get them.

Only fish at Saltwater Shores for Tourney fish

To be clear, the Fishing Tourney only takes place at Saltwater Shores. Lost Lure Creek will not help you here.

Catch all the fish, not just the sparkly ones

Because Chip’s Challenge includes catching standard fish at Saltwater Shore, you’ll want to catch all the fish you can by the sea, not just the ones for the Tourney.

Chip wants a lot of standard fish, so make sure you spend as much time at Saltwater Sea as you can stand. 45 each of Squid, Horse Mackerel, and Olive Flounder is no easy feat.

Use Tourney Sea Nets

Those Tourney Sea Nets you get as rewards from the Tourney and from Chip’s Challenge? Use them! Use them all up. There is no reason to save them. They don’t work on standard fish.

I personally recommend waiting until you’ve earned a silver trophy before you start using them. It gets more difficult to reach new size goals once you pass that mark.

The great thing about Tourney Sea Nets is that you can use them any time you want, whether you’ve caught all of the fish in the sea with your fishing rod or not.

I also recommend you don’t buy Large Tourney Sea Nets. They don’t produce larger fish, just more of them. Save your Leaf Tickets until toward the end of the Tourney. If you still haven’t completed all of the size goals and Chip’s Challenges, then you can try to make it by buying larger nets.

The difference is from about four fish with the normal sized Tourney Sea Net to about 10 with a Large Tourney Sea Net

The game will tell you when you’ve caught all the Fishing Tourney Fish for the current round

If you don’t see any fish in the sea, or you see fish, but they’re not sparkling, that doesn’t mean the round is over.

You’ll get a clear notification in the game in the form of a thought bubble that you’ve caught all of the fish in the sea for that round. You’ll be directed to talk to Chip at this point.

That doesn’t mean you can’t still catch Tourney Fish, though. Don’t forget, you can use the Tourney Sea Nets any time you want, whether you’ve caught all of the fish in the sea with your fishing rod or not.

Use regular Sea Nets to meet your Red Snapper goal

One of Chip’s Challenges is to catch a Red Snapper that is 95.0 cm or larger. Catching a Red Snapper at all is a difficult task in ACPC, but one so large is even harder. Reddit users noted that using a standard Sea Net seems to yield more Red Snapper than normal and larger Red Snapper, at that.

I tested this theory and caught a 97.5 cm Red Snapper with my first standard net.

It’s not a guarantee. Some Reddit commenters noted that they tried it without success.

If you’ve got a lot of standard Sea Nets in stock, go ahead and give it a try. You might get lucky!

Don’t sell your sea fish in your Market Box

Do yourself a favor and don’t drop Olive Flounder, Squid, or Horse Mackerel into your Market Box for sale. Guess what? Everyone else is playing the same Fishing Tourney and will have dozens of those fish in their inventory, too. If you run out of room, sell them to the Market for 10 Bells each instead. You don’t want to end up with a Market Box full of fish you can’t sell.

Any Questions?

Do you have any questions about the Fishing Tourney? Put them in the comments and I’ll help you out.

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EPA Releases Strategy to Reduce Animal Testing on Vertebrates

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Animal testing has become a questionably effective thorn in the side of scientific progress. While it was once our best method, alternative methods are beginning to surpass animal testing in both accuracy and reliability. Fortunately, the EPA recently released a draft strategy to reduce the use of vertebrate animals in chemical testing.

This public stand against animal testing is a part of the EPA’s commitment to the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act, which amended the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).

“This draft strategy is a first step toward reducing the use of animals and increasing the use of cutting-edge science to ensure chemicals are reviewed for safety with the highest scientific standards,” said EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt in a statement. The EPA’s draft strategy is currently available for public comment, and will be for 45 days as of March 7.

The draft strategy has three relatively simple components: “identifying, developing and integrating” new approaches for Toxic Substances Control Act decisions; building confidence that these new methods are scientifically reliable, and relevant to toxic substance decisions; and implementing the new methods that are a best fit. Of course, that’s much easier said than done, and the plan notes that this “necessarily describes a multi-year process with incremental steps for adoption and integration” of new testing methods.

“We welcome the draft strategy as a progressive step to reduce and ultimately replace the use of animals to regulate chemicals in the U.S. through the implementation of TSCA reform,” said Catherine Willett, director of science policy at The Humane Society of the United States, in the EPA statement. “We have every indication that EPA intends to make good on this unprecedented opportunity to not only reduce animal use, but improve the science used to evaluate chemical safety.”

Reducing and eliminating animal testing is no longer just an animal rights’ issue. Unfortunately, animal testing has been shown to produce some misleading, unreliable results, given that animals’ bodies respond to drugs and medical conditions in some significantly different ways from humans’.

Fortunately, as the EPA continues to reduce animal use in testing, alternative methods continue to develop and improve. It is possible that one day soon testing will be both animal-free and more accurate than ever before.

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‘Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp’ Has a New Fishing Event Running Right Now

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I’ve been a little grumbly at times about Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp [Free], I’ll admit. Perhaps I’ve just been frustrated that what seemed like a slam-dunk franchise for a mobile game seemed to almost completely miss the point. But I also haven’t exactly been quiet about my main gripe with the game, which comes down to just how little there is to do in it. Even the events have mostly had you doing the same old things and getting rewards. The gardening event was neat the first time, but now that we’ve had a few, it’s getting a little boring. Well, the latest update to the game hit yesterday, and it seems to have brought a new type of event with it: a fishing tournament.

Sort of, anyway. Unlike in the mainline Animal Crossing games, you’re not actually competing with anyone here. Instead, the goal is to catch as many special tournament fish as possible. The total quantity of the fish you deliver is calculated when you hand your latest catch in, and you’ll be rewarded with prizes at various intervals. One interesting note is that we can see a new type of monetization with this event. The host of the event, Chip, will rent you his special golden fishing rod, which allows you to catch twice as many fish each time. The cost? 80 Leaf Tickets. Well, it’s something to do with Leaf Tickets, I suppose. It’s too early to tell how the event is balanced, but it may be the case that you’ll need that rod to get every prize.

Also interesting is that this event is overlapping the month-long event being run in celebration of MAR10 Day. We’re still in the first part of that event, which has players collecting Super Mushrooms to craft special Mario-related items. The Super Mushrooms aren’t quite as easy to come by as the special items in previous events, but the pace is slow enough that most players should be able to get the things they want without too much trouble. The trick will be in balancing the two on-going events, I suppose.

This all follows on the heels of the game’s latest update, which added a few new features. First of all, fish and insects you catch will now have a size attached to them, and your best catch of each type will be recorded. Gardening is easier than ever now as you can harvest, water, and plant in batches rather than the maddeningly slow one-at-a-time method from before. The update also fixed a few bugs and presumably laid the framework for the current event.

Only time will tell if Nintendo can get Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp in the shape it needs to be in to last as a long-term app, but I will say that I’m at least a little interested in the new event. Perhaps once Nintendo has a good mix of activities to bounce between for events, it’ll be a little easier to keep players engaged.

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How to get everything in the Animal Crossing: Pocket Super Mario Crossover event

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Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Super Mario Crossover event is here. Here’s how you can get all the goodies!

The Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Super Mario Crossover event is here and we have a whole month to collect a Campsite full of blocks, mushrooms, and Piranha plants. This event takes place in three rounds across 30 days, so don’t waste time gathering the mushrooms you need to craft your furniture.

March 10 is Mar10 Day!

In honor of our favorite mustachioed man, the Super Mario Crossover event begins today!

The Super Mario Crossover event lasts a full 30 days, but rolls out across three rounds. Though you’ll be able to continue to craft furniture and clothing from the first and second round until the event ends on April 9, the Timed Goal event challenges only last 10 days in each round.

All of the furniture and clothing items in the first round are craftable with mushroom materials except the Mario Rug, which costs 120 Leaf Tickets. Luckily, many of the Timed Goals for this event earn Leaf Tickets as a reward. The first round yields 90 Leaf Tickets total. The Mario Rug can be crafted up to four times during the 30-day event (though I’m not sure why you would need four since you can only place two rugs down at a time).

Crafting Super Mario Crossover furniture and clothing costs Mushrooms, which you get as a bonus for completing requests from your animal friends or completing Timed Goals in the game.

How to stock up on Mushrooms to craft all the Super Mario Crossover furniture and clothes

You can earn Mushrooms in two ways. One is from completing requests for animals in the campground or your Campsite. Animals will give Mushrooms as a bonus item along with typical crafting materials. Mushroom rewards appear to be random. Sometimes, you’ll receive 1 – 6 Mushrooms for all three requests, but other times, you might complete 10 requests without being rewarded a single Mushroom. Come on, Curt. Don’t be so stingy!

Another way to get big stacks of Mushrooms is to complete timed goals. Luckily, these particular timed goals last 10 days. You don’t have to complete them within one 24-hour period. Mushroom rewards for Timed Goals in the first round are:

  • 10 Mushrooms – Complete 1 request for visiting animals.
  • 10 Mushrooms – Complete 2 request for visiting animals.
  • 10 Mushrooms – Complete 3 request for visiting animals.
  • 10 Mushrooms – Complete 5 request for visiting animals.
  • 10 Mushrooms – Complete 10 request for visiting animals.
  • 10 Mushrooms – Complete 15 request for visiting animals.
  • 10 Mushrooms – Complete 20 request for visiting animals.
  • 10 Mushrooms – Complete 30 request for visiting animals.
  • 20 Mushrooms – Complete 50 request for visiting animals.

We don’t yet know what the Timed Goals for Round 2 and Round 3 are. I’ll update this guide as soon as I find out.

Craft furniture to earn Leaf Tickets

While your earning lots of Mushrooms for completing requests for visiting animals, you should begin crafting furniture. For one reason, that’s why you’re participating in this event, right? For another, you’ll earn Bells and Leaf Tickets for crafting furniture. Bell and Leaf Ticket rewards for Timed Goals in the first round are:

  • 1,000 Bells – Craft Big Bro’s Hat.
  • 1,000 Bells – Craft Big Bro’s Tee.
  • 3,000 Bells – Craft Big Bro’s Mustache.
  • 20 Leaf Tickets – Craft Coin.
  • 20 Leaf Tickets – Craft Block.
  • 20 Leaf Tickets – Craft Green Shell.
  • 30 Leaf Tickets – Craft Super Mushroom.

We don’t yet know what the Timed Goals for Round 2 and Round 3 are. I’ll update this guide as soon as I know more.

Complete requests every three hours

Animals move in and out of the campground every three hours. That means four different animals appear “in the wild” (around the campground) requesting three tasks each, and a random number of animals will give you some items in your Campsite. This will help you earn the Timed Goal quests and have a chance to get those bonus Mushrooms from animals.

I recommend setting an alarm (not while you’re sleeping, of course) to remind you at each of the times below so you can log in and quest up.

  • 7AM ET
  • 10AM ET
  • 1PM ET
  • 4PM ET
  • 7PM ET
  • 10PM ET
  • 1AM ET
  • 4AM ET

Chat with animals in your Campsite

In addition to completing quests every three hours, you can chat with the animals in your Campsite. Sometimes as many as five of them will give you items or bells. If your lucky, the Campsite residents will drop a Mushroom or two in your lap.

Keep in mind that the three hour cycle for animals at your Campsite begins after you speak with the first animal. The best way to keep the pattern similar to the campground cycle is to talk to the animals in your campsite first, at the same time as the cycle switch noted above.

Stock up on fish, fruit, shells, and bugs

As many as you can hold in your item storage. If you’re going to make it through all of those quests every three hours, you can’t expect to just log in at 7AM and then again at 10AM and have all of the items that every animal will request. You’ll have to keep the game going as often as you have time for. Every free moment should be spent grinding (AKA: farming) for items that animals will ask you for.

It’s important to have a balanced item storage box. If you have too many Olive Flounders and very few Peaches, you’re going to be up a creek without a paddle. Try to make sure you have a lot of everything, even if it means selling 10 of those Crucian Carps back to the in-store market for a measly 10 Bells each.

Fruit is the most difficult to stock up on in ACPC, especially oranges, peaches, and pears. There are only one tree each of those. Now is the time to check your friends’ market boxes and see if anyone is selling off some fruit. Stock up on nature’s candies because you’ll be giving them all away again to animals after the next campground turnaround.

PSA: Do your friends a favor and list some of those extra peaches and pears you’ve got lying around. It’ll make them so happy.

Request help from friends the first time you open the game

In order to enter Shovelstrike Quarry, you need to pay out 20 Leaf Tickets or get help from five friends. Asking for help from friends is easy. Just tap the banner that says, “Enter with help from friends!” and then tap “Ask for Help!” to send requests to up to 10 friends at a time.

The hard part is getting your friends to help you. On the receiving end of the request, the other person has to notice that you need help by checking their friend list and tapping your name, then tapping “Lend a Hand.” You need five other players to lend you a hand.

Not everyone plays at the same time, so the easiest way to ensure that your friends will help you out is to ask first thing in the morning. That way, you have plenty of time to receive the help you need. You can hold on to those helping friends for future Shovelstrike Quarry visits. They don’t have to be used for the current reward.

For example, let’s say you open the game for the first time at 7:00 AM. Call on your friends for help right away. Let’s also assume that you receive help from five of those friends by 8:00 AM, but the Shovelstrike Quarry reward is a stack of wood. Don’t enter the Quarry during this cycle. Wait until the next one to see if the reward is Mushrooms. You can hold on to those helping friends until the end of the day. The friend request cycle will restart after midnight ET.

Previous Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp events

The Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Crystal Collection event is over, but we’re keeping the information alive, just in case you want to see how it worked. The same event might take place again in the future, so you can bone up on your crafting skills early.

Crystal Collection event open!

Turn your campsite int a world of glittering crystal during the Crystal Collection event, going on now!

The Crystal Collection event lasts just 10 days and ends February 24, 2018. You can find sparkly furniture and a full Snow Princess outfit. You can even add a crystal gazebo to your Campsite. The Snow Princess dress is a Timed Goal reward that you can only get by crafting a specific event item.

Crafting Crystal Collection furniture costs Crystal Shards. You can get them as a bonus for completing requests from your animal friends, or by completing timed goals in the game.

How to stock up on Snowflakes to craft all of the Winter Sports furniture and clothes

You can earn Crystal Shards in three ways. One is from completing requests for animals in the campground or your Campsite. Animals will give Crystal Shards as a bonus item along with typical crafting materials. Crystal Shard rewards appear to be random. Sometimes, you’ll receive 1 – 6 Crystal Shards for all three requests, but other times, you might complete 10 requests without being rewarded a single Crystal Shard. Hey Francine, what gives? Don’t be so stingy!

Another way to get big stacks of Crystal Shards is to complete timed goals. Luckily, these particular timed goals last the entire 10 days. You don’t have to complete them within one 24-hour period. Timed goals for Crystal Shards are:

  • 5 Crystal Shards – Craft Crystal Mist.
  • 5 Crystal Shards – Craft Crystal Mist Elite.
  • 10 Crystal Shards – Completed 3 requests for visiting animals.
  • 10 Crystal Shards – Complete 10 requests for visiting animals.
  • 10 Crystal Shards – Craft Blue Rug.
  • 20 Crystal Shards – Craft Snow Princess wig.
  • 20 Crystal Shards – Craft Large Crystal.
  • 30 Crystal Shards – Complete 20 requests for visiting animals.
  • 40 Crystal Shards – Craft Crystal Bed.

To get the Snow Princess Dress and Crystal Countertop, complete two Timed Goals.

  • Crystal Countertop – Craft Crystal Tree.
  • Snow Princess Dress – Craft Crystal Lamp.

You can also earn Leaf Tickets for completing the last Crystal Collection event Timed Goals.

  • 20 Leaf Tickets – Craft Crystal Gazebo.

One of the best ways to earn large stacks of Crystal Shards is when the Shovelstrike Quarry is offering them. You can earn 30 or more Crystal Shards from one trip to Shovelstrike Quarry. Crystal Shards are offered as a reward a couple of times each day, so be sure to check back often.

Craft the low-cost, fast-finishing clothes first

Getting all of the Crystal Collection items is a bit of a balancing act. In order to get more Crystal Shards, you can craft some of the lowest-costing fastest-completing items. These items cost 10 Crystal Shards and only take one minute to complete. They yield 5 – 10 more Crystal Shards each, once crafting is complete, thanks to the timed goal reward, which means you can immediately craft the next item after you’ve collected the reward from your Mailbox. After you’ve earned your first 20 Crystal Shards, craft the following items, one after the other.

  • Crystal Mist
  • Crystal Mist Elite
  • Blue Rug

This will only take a few minutes, including the time it takes to collect your reward from your Mailbox.

After you finish these three items, you can continue your daily grind of completing requests and visiting Shovelstrike Quarry to earn more Crystal Shards.

Winter Sports event Open

Get into the spirit of the season, and turn your campsite into a winter wonderland during the Winter Sports Event, going on right now.

The Winter Sports event lasts just 10 days and ends January 30, 2018. The clothing items are available as rewards for timed goals. You can get them by completing such tasks as completing a certain number of requests for the animals.

Crafting Winter Sports furniture items cost Snowflakes and nothing else. You can get Snowflakes as a bonus for completing requests from your animal friends, or by completing timed goals in the game.

How to stock up on Snowflakes to craft all of the Winter Sports furniture and clothes

You can earn Snowflakes in three ways. One is from completing requests for animals in the campground or your Campsite. Animals will give Snowflakes as a bonus item along with typical crafting materials. Snowflake rewards appear to be random. Sometimes, you’ll receive 1 – 6 Snowflakes for all three requests, but other times, you might complete 10 requests without being rewarded a single Snowflake. Come on Agnes, what gives? Didn’t I do what you asked?

Another way to get big stacks of Snowflakes is to complete timed goals. Luckily, these particular timed goals last the entire 10 days. You don’t have to complete them within one 24-hour period. Timed goals for Snowflakes are:

  • 10 Snowflakes – Complete 10 requests for visiting animals.
  • 10 Snowflakes – Craft figure-skate shoes.
  • 10 Snowflakes – Craft snowboard pants.
  • 10 Snowflakes – Craft snowboard jacket
  • 10 Snowflakes – Craft figure-skate outfit
  • 30 Snowflakes – Complete 20 requests for visiting animals.
  • 30 Snowflakes – Craft pearl tiara.
  • 30 Snowflakes – Craft beanie with goggles
  • 30 Snowflakes – Craft mini skate ring.

You can also earn Leaf Tickets for completing some Timed Goals

  • 10 Leaf Tickets – Complete 3 requests for visiting animals.
  • 20 Leaf Tickets – Craft snow park.

One of the best ways to earn large stacks of Snowflakes is when the Shovelstrike Quarry is offering them. You can earn 30 or more Snowflakes from one trip to Shovelstrike Quarry. Snowflakes are offered as a reward a couple of times each day, so be sure to check back often.

Craft the low-cost, fast-finishing clothes first

Getting all of the Winter Sports items is a bit of a balancing act. In order to get more Snowflakes, you can craft some of the lowest-costing fastest-completing items. These items cost 10 Snowflakes and only take one minute to complete. They yield 10 more Snowflakes each once crafting is complete thanks to the timed goal reward, which means you can immediately craft the next item after you’ve collected the reward from your Mailbox. After you’ve earned your first 10 Snowflakes, craft the following items, one after the other.

  • Figure-skate shoes
  • Snowboard Pants
  • Snowboard Jacket

This will only take about 3 minutes, maybe four including the time it takes to collect your reward from your Mailbox.

After you finish these three items, you can continue your daily grind of completing requests and visiting Shovelstrike Quarry to earn more Snowflakes.

New Year’s event Open!

A limited-time New Year’s Event is going on right now!

During the event, you may get Countdown Charms when you complete requests for animals.

Collect enough and you can craft special New Year’s-themed items.

You can also unlock New Year’s-themed clothing by completing animal requests!

Have fun, and happy New Year!

The New Year’s event lasts just 15 days and ends January 10, 2018. The clothing items are available as rewards for timed goals. You can get them by completing such tasks as completing a certain number of requests for the animals or crafting specific New Year’s items.

Crafting New Year’s items cost Countdown Charms and nothing else. You can get Countdown Charms as a bonus for completing requests from your animal friends, or by completing timed goals in the game.

How to get the traditional New Year’s outfit

There are new crafting items and clothing as part of the New Year’s event. Clothing items are only available as rewards for completing requests for the animals that visit your campground or are hanging out at your Campsite.

Kimono Sandals – Complete 10 requests for visiting animals Kimono – Craft the Fancy Mochi Pestle Haori – Craft the Fancy Osechi

How to stock up on Countdown Charms to craft all of the New Year’s- themed furniture

You can earn Countdown Charms in three ways. One is from completing requests for animals in the campground or your Campsite. Animals will give Countdown Charms as a bonus item along with typical crafting materials. Countdown Charm rewards appear to be random. Sometimes, you’ll receive 1 – 6 Countdown Charms for all three requests, but other times, you might complete 10 requests without a single Countdown Charm. Come on, Maggie, what gives? Didn’t I do what you asked?

Another way to get big stacks of Countdown Charms is to complete timed goals. Luckily, these particular timed goals last the entire 15 days. You don’t have to complete them within one 24-hour period. Timed goals for Countdown Charms are:

  • 10 Countdown Charms – Complete 3 requests for visiting animals
  • 10 Countdown Charms – Complete 10 requests for visiting animals
  • 10 Countdown Charms – Craft the Fancy Kadomatsu
  • 10 Countdown Charms – Craft the Basket of Tangerines
  • 10 Countdown Charms – Craft the Zodiac Dog
  • 30 Countdown Charms – Complete 30 requests for visiting animals
  • 40 Countdown Charms – Craft the Flowery Kotatsu
  • 40 Countdown Charms – Craft the Fancy Kagamimochi
  • 40 Countdown Charms – Craft the OK Motors Kite
  • 70 Countdown Charms – Complete 70 requests for visiting animals

You will also earn one special request gem for crafting the Kadomatsu Screen and 20 leaf tickets for crafting Isabelle Kite.

One of the best ways to earn large stacks of Countdown Charms is when the Shovelstrike Quarry is offering them. You can earn anywhere from 13 – 34 Countdown Charms from one trip to Shovelstrike Quarry. It appears that Countdown Charms are offered as a reward a couple of times each day, so be sure to check back often.

Holiday Event Open!

A limited-time holiday event has begun!

If you fulfill requests for animals, you can get candy canes.

Collect enough and you can craft special holiday furniture.

Completing selected Timed Goals can unlock special holiday clothing, too!

Here’s to a happy holiday season at your campsite!

The holiday event lasts 25 days and will end on Christmas Eve. The clothing items are available as rewards for timed goals. You can get them by completing such tasks as completing a certain number of requests for the animals or crafting specific holiday items.

Crafting holiday items cost Candy Canes and nothing else. You can get Candy Canes as a bonus for completing requests from your animal friends, or by completing timed goals in the game.

How to get the Santa suit

There are new crafting items and clothing as part of the holiday event. Clothing items are available as rewards for completing requests for the animals that visit your campground or are hanging out at your Campsite.

  • Santa pants – Complete 30 requests for visiting animals
  • Santa skirt – Complete 70 requests for visiting animals
  • Santa boots – Craft the Jingle checked rug
  • Santa coat – Craft the Jingle fence

How to stock up on Candy Canes to craft all the holiday furniture

You can earn Candy Canes in three ways. One is from completing requests for animals in the campground or your Campsite. Animals will give Candy Canes as a bonus item along with typical crafting materials. Candy Cane rewards appear to be random. Sometimes, you’ll receive 1 – 6 Candy Canes for all three requests, but other times, you might complete 10 requests without a single Candy Cane. I use this time to cuss out my animal friends.

Another way to get big stacks of Candy Canes is to complete timed goals. Luckily, these particular timed goals last the entire 25 days. You don’t have to complete them within one 24-hour period. Timed goals for Candy Canes are:

  • 20 Candy Canes – Complete 3 requests for visiting animals
  • 20 Candy Canes – Craft the Jingle checked sofa
  • 20 Candy Canes – Craft the Mountain of presents
  • 40 Candy Canes – Complete 10 requests for visiting animals
  • 40 Candy Canes – Craft the Jingle checked bed
  • 80 Candy Canes – Craft the Jingle snow globe
  • 80 Candy Canes – Craft the Festive streetlight

One of the best ways to earn large stacks of Candy Canes is when the Shovelstrike Quarry is offering them. You can earn anywhere from 13 – 34 Candy Canes from one trip to Shovelstrike Quarry. It appears that Candy Canes are offered as a reward a couple of times each day, so be sure to check back often.

Your suggestions?

How are you planning for the next Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp event? Put your suggestions in the comment so we can all learn some new tricks.

Updated March 10, 2018: Added information about the Super Mario Crossover event and moved the Crystal Collection event guide to the Older Events section.

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Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Leif’s Spring Flowers event: Everything you need to know!

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There are only five days left in Leif’s Spring Flowers event. Capture those ladybugs and get new Campground landscapes!

Leif has come to visit your Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Campground, but he’s here on a mission. He wants to collect rare ladybugs. He needs your help to collect as many as possible. Leif’s Spring Flowers event runs from February 27 through March 8, so you don’t have a whole lot of time to get through the entire event. Here’s everything you need to know about how to catch rare ladybugs and earn all of Leif’s special Campground decorations.

The basics

The goal is to catch as many rare ladybugs as possible. You’ll earn rewards for catching a certain number for each task. For example, once you’ve completed the first Pink Flower Ladybug task, you’ll get a Floral Canal for your Campground.

To catch a rare ladybug in your garden, plant seasonal clover and sleeping beauty seeds. You can buy white clover seeds from Lloid and you can earn clover and sleeping beauty seeds by completing requests.

You’ll also earn rewards for sharing rare ladybugs with friends. Visit a friend’s garden and leave a ladybug on a flower (hint: It doesn’t have to be a clover or sleeping beauty) for your friend. Most of the time (but not every time), Lottie will reward you with seeds whenever you share.

You’ll also earn seeds from completing tasks around the campground. So, be sure to continue your regular camper quests to earn those extra seeds.

The event takes place in two waves with four different types of flowers and ladybugs and four different runs of quests.

Wave 1: Pink and Yellow Ladybugs

The first wave of Leif’s Spring Flowers event starts on February 27 and runs until the event ends on March 8. During this time, you’ll be able to collect rare pink and yellow ladybugs from seasonal white clover and yellow sleeping beauty flowers. Below are the tasks and rewards for the first wave.

Pink Ladybugs

  • Collect 3 – Flower Canal (first one)
  • Collect 6 – 20 Flower Food
  • Collect 9 – Floral Canal (second one)
  • Collect 12 – 5 Leaf Tickets
  • Collect 15 – Spring Flower Crown
  • Collect 20 – 10 Hip essence
  • Collect 25 – 15 Cool essence
  • Collect 30 – 60 Flower Food
  • Collect 40 – Floral Stepping Stones (first one)
  • Collect 60 – 30 Natural essence
  • Collect 70 – Shamrock Blazer
  • Collect 80 – Floral Canal (third one)

Yellow Ladybugs

  • Collect 3 – 20 Flower Food
  • Collect 6 – Floral Canal Corner (first one)
  • Collect 9 – 10 Cute Essence
  • Collect 12 – Floral Canal Corner (second one)
  • Collect 15 – 10 Hip essence
  • Collect 20 – Floral Stepping Stone (second one)
  • Collect 25 – 60 Flower Food
  • Collect 30 – Floral Canal Corner (third one)
  • Collect 40 – Spring Garden (foreground of Campground)
  • Collect 50 – Round Spring Flower Bed (first one)
  • Collect 60 – 20 Leaf Tickets

Wave 2: Purple and Navy Ladybugs

The second wave of Leif’s Spring Flowers event starts on March 3 and runs until the event ends on March 8. You have less time to collect rare purple and navy ladybugs from pink sleeping beauty flowers, which only become available when the second wave starts.

Purple Ladybugs

  • Collect 3 – 5 Sporty essence
  • Collect 6 – 10 Cute essence
  • Collect 9 – Giant Clovers (first one)
  • Collect 12 – Floral Canal (fourth one)
  • Collect 15 – 60 Flower food
  • Collect 20 – Round Spring Flower Bed (second one)
  • Collect 25 – Floral Stepping Stone (third one)
  • Collect 30 – Giant Clovers (second one)
  • Collect 40 – Floral Stepping Stone (fourth one)
  • Collect 50 – 25 Leaf Tickets

** Navy Ladybugs**

  • Collect 3 – Floral Canal (fifth one)
  • Collect 6 – Floral Canal Corner (fourth one)
  • Collect 9 – 15 Leaf Tickets
  • Collect 12 – 60 Flower Food
  • Collect 15 – Giant Windflower (first one)
  • Collect 20 – Round Spring Flower Bed (third one)
  • Collect 25 – Giant Windflower (second one)
  • Collect 30 – Floral Swinging Bench
  • Collect 35 – Spring Garden (middle ground of Campground)
  • Collect 45 – 1 Sparkle Stones

Important note: You can’t keep rare ladybugs or seasonal flowers after the event ends, so don’t try to stock up. Share ladybugs with friends as often as possible and trade stocks of clovers and sleeping beauties to Lloid in exchange for flower beds and crafting materials. Don’t hold onto anything.

Plant and harvest regularly

Rare ladybugs spawn randomly on flowers. If you plant 10 white clovers, for example, you might only spawn five or six pink ladybugs.

Ladybugs will only be attracted to a freshly bloomed flower. It won’t leave once bloomed — you can take your time trying to catch it, but new ladybugs will not spawn on an existing flower.

If you don’t see a ladybug on a new bloom, you’ll never see one (unless a friend drops one for you). Harvest it and plant a new one. There is almost never a reason to leave a flower unharvested in your garden. Almost never…

Leave a couple of un-harvested flowers behind so your friends can share ladybugs with you — maybe just five. If you harvest everything, your garden won’t have any sharable blooms for three hours. This is important for both you and your friends. You get additional ladybugs to meet your event goals and your friends get seeds they can plant. Do everyone a favor and leave a few flowers un-harvested in your garden.

You can see whether a ladybug in your garden is from a friend by checking the Visitors section of your Friend list. If Penny left you a ladybug, it’ll appear under her name. I always check the Visitors list first and repay friends for leaving me ladybugs by doing the same.

You can also see if your friends’ flowers have room for ladybug sharing by taping their name in the Friends list. If there is room for your ladybugs, it’ll show “Sharing: [x number] Ready” next to their name. This makes it easier at a glance to know who to visit now and who to check back with later.

Stop hoarding your ladybugs, give them away!

Share your rare ladybugs with friends. Hoarding them does you no good. Give them to friends in order to earn more seeds and friend powder from Leif. You’ll get decorations from Leif for the ladybugs you catch, but you don’t have to keep them in your inventory.

Your progress is tallied in the Event section of your garden. When you give ladybugs away, the total doesn’t drop. They also disappear from your inventory after the event ends, so keeping them to yourself doesn’t do anyone any good.

On average, Leif will give you one flower seed for each ladybug you share. This isn’t exact, however. Sometimes, she doesn’t give you any.

Pro Tip: You can share rare ladybugs with friends on their non-rare plants, too. Help friends out that haven’t planted any seasonal flowers yet!

Set a timer to check your garden

Though you should be able to get all of Leif’s decorations fairly easily with regular gameplay, you don’t want to miss out on any opportunities to water and harvest your plants in a timely manner. To make sure you’re always on the right track, set a timer for every three hours. You don’t have to run through the entire campground’s requests, but you can make sure to collect those flowers and replant as soon as possible.

Don’t ask for Lloid’s help until the second wave hits

Asking for Lloid’s help will guarantee that you’ll catch a ladybug from the flower, but it comes at a hefty price (10 Leaf Tickets for each ladybug). Based on the last garden event, you won’t need his help catching the ladybugs from the first wave — the pink and yellow ladybugs. There’s plenty of time for them.

The second wave, however, is much shorter and you’re still working with seeds from the first wave. So you’re not getting as many pink sleeping beauty seeds as you need, added to the fact that navy and purple ladybugs spawn and are catchable at a much lower rate.

Save your Leaf Tickets for Wave 2. I didn’t need to spend any Leaf Tickets to earn all of the rewards for Lottie’s Gothic Rose Festival, but I did spend about 70 Leaf Tickets getting through the final few tasks in Rover’s Garden event.

Plant a garden full of flowers before bed

If you plant a garden full of white clovers, yellow sleeping beauties, or pink sleeping beauties before you go to bed, you’ll wake up in the morning with a fresh set of flowers and rare ladybugs.

Planting flowers that bloom overnight will also help your friends that live across the globe. While you’re sleeping, they’re playing, and they’d love to drop off a ladybug or two in your garden.

Hoard your flowers!

You can trade harvested flowers to Lloid for flower boxes, exclusive clothing items, and crafting materials. You can exchange 10 white clovers or 10 yellow sleeping beauties for a spring flower crown (you can get up to six flower crowns total).

I also recommend trading as many yellow and pink sleeping beauties as possible for essences as many times as you can, since those items are hard to come by in the game and are expensive to replace with Leaf Tickets if you want to craft something when you don’t have enough materials.

Previous garden events

We’re including information about previous garden events so you can catch up on what’s gone on and study up on what to expect in the future.

Lottie’s Gothic Festival

  • Wave 1: Gothic and golden gothic bats

The first wave of Lottie’s Gothic Rose Festival starts on February 1 and runs until the event ends on February 9. During this time, you’ll be able to collect rare gothic and golden gothic bats from gothic red and gothic purple roses.

  • Wave 2: Ruby and diamond gothic bats

The second wave of Lottie’s Gothic Rose Festival starts on February 5 and runs until the event ends on February 9. You have less time to collect rare ruby and diamond gothic bats from gothic fusion roses, which only become available when the second wave starts.

Important note: You can’t keep rare bats or seasonal flowers after the event ends, so don’t try to stock up. Share bats with friends as often as possible and trade stocks of roses to Lloid in exchange for flower beds and crafting materials. Don’t hold onto anything.

Rover’s Garden Safari

  • Wave 1: Diamond and Topaz butterflies

The first wave of Rover’s Garden Safari event starts on January 11 and runs all the way through until January 21, when the event ends. During this time, you’ll be collecting rare Diamond and Topaz butterflies by planting blue and red dahlia seeds.

  • Wave 2: Winter and Gold butterflies

The second wave of Rover’s Garden Safari event starts on January 16 and runs until the event ends on January 21. You have less time to collect rare Winter and Gold butterflies from white dahlias, which only become available when the second wave starts.

Important note: You can’t keep rare butterflies or seasonal flowers after the event ends, so don’t try to stock up. Share butterflies with friends as often as possible and trade stocks of dahlias to Lloid in exchange for flower beds and crafting materials. Don’t hold onto anything.

Any questions?

Do you have any more questions about Rover’s Garden Safari event in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp? Put them in the comments and I’ll help you out.

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Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp: How to quickly complete the Host the Most event

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp has added five new animals and brought back the Host the Most mini event. Here’s how to welcome all the new animals and complete the event fast!!

Thanks to the Host the Most seven-day event, you have the opportunity to invite new friends to Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. During the event, if you host three animals at your Campsite that have never been invited before, you’ll earn big rewards! Here’s how to complete the Host the Most event the fastest way possible.

Invite any animals to your Campsite that you’ve been hoarding

At this point, many of us have either already welcomed all the new animals to our Campsite or have come close. If you prepared from the previous Host the Most event, you will have completed all of the requests for new animals, but not invited them to your Campsite (hint for the next Host the Most event: don’t invite animals to your campsite. Hold onto them until the next event). If there are any animals waiting to be invited to your Campsite, now is the time to ask three of them to join. If you have at least three animal friends waiting in the wings, you’re done. Event crushed!

Otherwise, you’ve got some work to do.

Craft items for animals you’re close to welcoming

If you have a few animals already visiting your campground that you’ve been working on getting all of the items they want before they’ll visit your Campsite, finish those up. Each crafting item might take a long time, but it’s possible you’ll use up fewer resources than trying to invite the brand new animals that have just been added. Depending on how many new items you have to craft, you might only have to take up one crafting table per request.

Level up those friendships!

All animals have a minimum Friendship Level requirement before they will visit your Campsite. Some are as low as Level 3, which you can accomplish with the first round of requests. Others are as high as Level 10. Once your character level (that’s you in the game) reaches higher levels, Friendship Level requirements go up, too.

Get those friendship levels to their minimum requirements as fast as possible. You might even want to use some of those Request Tickets to help improve your friendships.

The new animals – what they want and what they’ll give

Since Host the Most event is to celebrate the new additions, here’s a list of the new animals, what they want, and what rewards they give when you complete requests.

Dotty

  • Main material rewarded – wood
  • Minimum friendship level – 3
  • Special craft item at level 10 – Reversi Piece
  • Furniture required to invite to your Campsite:
    • Minimalist Lamp – (1 minute) 6 steel
    • Coffee Maker – (1 hour) 6 steel
    • Aloe – (1 minute) 6 wood
    • Hammock – (1 minute) 3 wood, 3 cotton
    • Counter Table – (30 minutes) 3 wood, 3 steel

Octavian

  • Main material rewarded – paper
  • Minimum friendship level – 7
  • Special craft item at level 15 – Flying Saucer
  • Furniture required to invite to your Campsite:
    • Earth rug – (5 hours) 30 cotton
    • Octopus chair – (4 hours) 30 cotton
    • Red cone – (3 hours) 30 steel
    • Asteroid – (7 hours) 120 steel, 3 cool essence
    • Lunar Rover – (6 hours) 120 steel, 3 cool essence

Eugene

  • Main material rewarded – paper
  • Minimum friendship level – 3
  • Special craft item at level 10 – Big Amp
  • Furniture required to invite to your Campsite:
    • Hammock – (1 minute) 3 wood, 3 cotton
    • Stage-floor rug – (30 minutes) 6 steel
    • Sleek dresser – (1 hour) 6 steel
    • aloe – (1 minute) 6 wood
    • Modern sofa – (1 minute) 6 cotton

Fuchsia

  • Main material rewarded – steel
  • Minimum friendship level – 5
  • Special craft item at level 15 – Pinball Machine
  • Furniture required to invite to your Campsite:
    • Flower pop carpet – (30 minutes) 1 basic flower pop carpet, 2 cotton
    • Fan palm – (3 hours) 30 wood, 3 friend powder
    • Kitschy clock – (2 hours) 30 steel
    • Lovely love seat – (1 hour; 30 minutes) basic love seat, 2 cotton
    • Dart board – (2 hours) 60 steel, 3 cool essence

Freya

  • Main material rewarded – steel
  • Minimum friendship level – 3
  • Special craft item at level 10 – organ
  • Furniture required to invite to your Campsite:
    • Round black rug – (1 hour; 30 minutes) 6 cotton
    • Sleek lamp – (1 minute) 6 steel
    • Sleek table – (30 minutes) 6 steel
    • Hammock – (1 minute) 3 wood, 3 cotton
    • Aloe – (1 minute) 6 wood

Any questions?

Do you have any questions about the fastest way to earn all of the Timed Goals for the Host with the Most event? Put them in the comments and we’ll help you out!

Updated February 2018: Updated with information about the five new animals added to Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp.

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