FarmVille Fairy Tale Decorations: Fairy Shoe House, Troll Bridge, Fairy Gnome & More

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As part of tonight's FarmVille update, we didn't only see the release of an entirely new quest set pertaining to the Greenhouse building, but we also saw a new set of Fairy Tale decorations being added to the store. These items will, of course, only be available for a limited time, and come in the form of one new building item, along with four new decorations.

The new building is the Fairy Shoe House (think the Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe nursery rhyme). It is available for 12 Farm Cash, which seems like a fairly decent price, considering the tall size and intricate design of the item (it is around three times as tall as your in-game avatar, and is accompanied by lovely flower beds and barrels). You'll gain 1200 experience points for purchasing the Fairy Shoe House, so keep this as an option if you're looking for a way to quickly boost your level in the game.

Meet us behind the break for a look at the rest of the decorative items released this evening.If the Fairy Shoe House doesn't do it for you, perhaps one of these four new decorations will. Two of them, luckily enough, are available for coins, while the other two are premium, Farm Cash, items. The two Farm Cash items are the Magic Waterfall and the Fairy Gnome. The Fairy Gnome is a stationary item, dressed as a fairy with a green leaf dress and large purple wings, and it is priced at 18 Farm Cash. Unfortunately, being a gnome collector in FarmVille continues to be an expensive hobby. The Magic Waterfall, meanwhile, also costs 18 Farm Cash, and is also not animated (an interesting choice - we assumed that running water would be a given, but that currently isn't the case). This seems to have been a short error in the game, as the fountain does now animate.

The other two items are the Mushroom Knoll, and the Troll Bridge. The Troll Bridge is the more expensive of the two items, and by a long shot too, costing 200,000 coins. The Mushroom Knoll, then, can be purchased for just a tenth of that price, at 20,000 coins. You'll gain 2,000 experience points for splurging on the Troll Bridge, while the Mushroom Knoll rewards you with just 200 points.

All of these items, whether building or purely decorative, will be available in the game for the next two weeks. With this theme becoming a fairly large one in the game, it leaves us to wonder - will more items be released in the Fairy Tale theme in the future, or have we finally reached this end of this imaginative new theme?

Let us know your thoughts on these new items in the comments. Which ones are you ready to add to your collection in the game?
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