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FarmVille – Kelly the Flower Fairy Strikes Again – Comprehensive Guide

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Aug 262012
 

Just filling in old but active goals for now. I know this one’s late. Will have the newer ones on time for sure.

These goals go from August 16th, 2012 until August 30th, 2012.

You can the following information to plan crops ahead so you can blow through the quests as fast as possible. Wherever possible, I have pointed out the bushels you will need to craft things in the Craftshop, and there area a LOT of those kind of task this time. Plan accordingly. You may have to buy bushels in advance, ask for them, or plant those extra crops if your friends aren’t being helpful.

Wherever you see a notation such as this: (200=12×16 + 8 plots)

This is meant to tell you how many sets of 16 to plant of this crop,  since currently the maximum size of a combine is 4×4(16). So in the example above, you would plant 12 4×4 plots, and then 8 extra to reach a total of 200 crops planted.  That’s how I keep track of what I’m planting, and I plant 3-5 quests ahead whenever possible.

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Aug 202012
 

This is an opinion piece written by my husband, whose adventures in Cityville have left him with an interesting opinion of Zynga. Hope you enjoy.

 

Zynga, our relationship is… complex. Continue reading »

May 242012
 

Hey gang, trying to catch up on FarmVille posts. Quit for 2 months and come back to a completely changed game. Wow.

Anyway, there’s a lot of cute stuff in this one. There’s a tree (what I collect) and a pony, cow, and some animals. Even a free dart for the Mystery game.  Take a look at the simple math that I’ve put after the crop entries. This is to help you figure out how many sets of 16 you’ll have (for those max-sized combines) and the extras plots remaining. You’ll figure it out, if it’s important to you. 🙂

Use the following information to plan crops ahead so you can blow through the quests as fast as possible. Good luck!

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