FarmVille Lighthouse Cove Ghost Bonus Challenges: Everything you need to know
Bonus Challenge 1
- Master Cheddar Cheese to 1-star
- Harvest 110 Cove Cranberries
- Harvest Lighthouse Cove
With this one, you'll either have a really easy time of things, or will already be reaching to pull your hair out, all depending on how much (or how little) you use your Restaurant in your Lighthouse Cove farm. Each batch of Cheddar Cheese takes two Red Clover, one Hay and two Rhubarb Bushels, so start crafting as much of that as you can, even before these goals launch, to catch up if you haven't already received the mastery sign (at level 20). As for the Cove Cranberries, that's no easy task either, as they take a full day to grow. Still, for finishing this first goal, you'll receive 500 XP a Trick or Treat Monkey and 2,500 coins.
Bonus Challenge 2
- Harvest 110 Daylilies
- Improve Lighthouse Cove to Level 6
- Make Cranberry-Pineapple Relish 3 Times
Cranberry-Pineapple Relish is crafted inside the Restaurant using two Cove Cranberry, one Pineapple and three Peppermint bushels each. Meanwhile, Daylilies take 16 hours to harvest. Remember, unless you've paid Farm Cash to upgrade your farm to where it can hold 110 plots or more, you'll likely need to spend more than one day on this goal, which wastes time that you simply don't have to spare. This isn't a suggestion to go out and spend Farm Cash on expansions (I haven't done so, as an example) - it's simply a warning of what to expect. For finishing this second Bonus Challenge, you'll receive 1,000 XP a Giant Conch and 2,500 coins.
Bonus Challenge 3
- Make Jonny Cakes 3 Times
- Harvest 130 Butter & Sugar Corn
- Harvest 1 Orchard
I highly expect further Halloween-specific goals to launch in FarmVille before the holiday comes and goes, so keep checking back with us as we'll bring you a complete guide to those goals as well, if and when they do launch.
Check out the rest of our Halloween coverage right here.
What do you think of these challenge goals? Did you already expand your land to be able to plant many more crops at once? Sound off in the comments.