FrontierVille 12 Days of Christmas Goals: Everything you need to know for Day 12

12 Days of FrontierVille Christmas

Christmas CarolersFinally, the carolers have arrived in FrontierVille, singing songs of debris to clear and friends to visit for the next 12 days. In the new 12 Days of Christmas Goals, players will have a new mission to tackle every day to help celebrate the the biggest winter holiday of the year. All you need to do after receiving the letter from the postmaster is click on the carolers, played by Frontier Jack, Fanny Wildcat and Humble Bob, standing near the Pioneer Toy Factory to open up the 12 Days of Christmas Calendar.

From there the 12 Days of Christmas Calendar will open up to you. Looking much like a traditional Advent Calendar, a new mission themed after the original tune will open up to players each day. You'll have until Jan. 7 to complete each Goal, so rest easy if you can't get to each one that exact day. Players can also unlock each of the Goals early for increasing amounts of Horseshoes if they're feeling impatient.

Join us after the break for a look at Day 12 of this long-winded Christmas celebration.

On the Twelfth Day of Christmas
In the first mission of 12, titled "On the Twelfth Day of Christmas," all you need to do is clear 12 Debris of any kind, which will take seconds. However, you also need to turn in one Collection and harvest 12 neighbors' Pear Trees (get it?). This can become troublesome for those who turn in Collections immediately upon completing them--never, ever do that. Not to mention that not every neighbor has Pear Trees, but perhaps some of your buddies run Victory Gardens. It wouldn't hurt to ask around the forums or in those infamous "Add Me" threads on Facebook for folks who take a liking to Pear Trees. Luckily, all of these Goals are good until Jan. 7, so you have quite a lot of time to complete them. We have a feeling that as the days pass by, you're going to need it.

Find the rest of our Holiday 2010 coverage right here.

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