What is prosperity pier in Farmville 2?
Prosperity Pier is a foraging spot. It is unlocked at Level 30 along with the C4 farm tile and costs 250,000 coins. You can send a maximum of 6 farm hands to forage there. Foraging costs 1 Pan Fries, 2 Farmer’s Soup, and takes 4 hours.
How do you get Lobster in Farmville 2?
Purchase Lobsters in the Island Store under the Animals tab. You’ll receive a Lobster Trap to place in the water. When you tap on the floating Lobster Trap, you’ll see an icon for Marine Cages. Drag a cage onto the trap and come back later to collect Lobsters.
What does the hound dog give in Farmville 2?
Hound Dog. *Only a special event version of the hound dog gives bonus quartz.
How do you get pearls in Farmville 2?
“Pearl Diving gives you Pearls!” If you go to your Crafting Workshop, you’ll see a number of new items you can craft using Pearls that are worth a lot.
What does Magpie Duck do in FarmVille 2?
They are Magpie Duck, Mallard Duck, and the Mute Swan. They do not count against the 8 farm hands slots. They increase the chances on getting the default items and also add the possibility of finding other things.
Who is Dr Vivian in FarmVille 2?
Dr. Vivian is a Farm Hand unlocked at level 16. She will arrive on the farm when the first Prized Animal is purchased.
What does Magpie Duck do in Farmville 2?
Where do you get trout in Farmville 2?
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How many dogs can you have in FarmVille 2?
You are limited to one Collie per farm.
What are pearls used for in Farmville?
Pearls, Rubies, and Emeralds are virtual currencies used in purchasing decorations, customizing buildings, and unlocking items and Farmhands. You can earn them from Reward Boxes, Visitors, or by purchasing them from the Merchant. You can also earn them as a reward from the Exotic Animal Quest!
Where is the mill in Farmville 2?
Start by tapping the Mallard Mill which is located on the lower left of your farm. You can fit up to 8 Farm Hands in the Mill to help you find new rare items such as feathers, brass and cedar wood.