FrontierVille Red, Pink, and White Rose Collections now available
Today has been absolutely huge for new releases in FrontierVille, with Zynga not only releasing a new building in the form of a Chapel (along with accompanying goals and a new collection), but also releasing a trio of new Valentine's Day themed rose crops. As any pioneer knows, the release of a crop in the game isn't complete without a collection to go along with it (giving users permanent incentive to growing said crops), so this time there are three new collections to speak of, one each for Red Roses, Pink Roses, and White Roses.
The Red Rose Collection asks you to find five items - a Red Rose Petal, Red Rose Vase, Red Rose Thorn, Red Rosebud, and 12 Red Roses. All of these items can be acquired by simply planting and harvesting Red Roses on your homestead, or by tending to Red Roses that your friends have planted on their Homesteads.
The prizes for completing the Red Rose Collection are a Red Rose Arbor and 25 XP.
Meet us behind the break for a look at the other two rose collections (hint: they're basically identical).
As we said, once you've started collecting items from the Red Roses collection, you'll instantly know what to expect from the White and and Pink Rose Collections.
The White Rose Collection asks you to find the following:
White Rose Petal
White Rose Vase
White Rose Thorn
12 White Roses
The rewards for finishing this collection are one White Rose Arbor and 25 XP.
If you haven't guessed yet, the Pink Rose Collection is exactly the same as the other two - simply replace "White" or "Red" with "Pink," and you have the collection in a nutshell. To be specific, you'll be looking for:
Pink Rose Petal
Pink Rose Vase
Pink Rose Thorn
12 Pink Roses
You'll receive a Pink Rose Arbor and 25 XP for completing this final Rose-themed collection.
Both the White Rose and Pink Rose collectible items can be earned in the same way - either by harvesting your own White or Pink Roses, or by tending to the same on your friends' Homesteads. Good luck in completing them!
Check out the rest of our Valentine's Day coverage right here.
What do you think of these new collections? Would you rather original collections be available for each crop, rather than the same prizes only in different colors? Let us know in the comments.