We've been working in FarmVille's Lighthouse Cove for some time now, farmers, but the end is finally drawing near! No, I'm not speaking about an end to the farm itself, but rather, an end to the story-based goals that we've been challenged with over the past few months. Chapter 10 marks the end of the line for goals in Lighthouse Cove (as of this writing), but luckily, things aren't so difficult that you can't see the story to its finale. Here's a guide to get you started.
A Different Kind of Boat
Get 3 Gravy Boats
Harvest Lighthouse Cove
Harvest 110 Chandler Blueberries
First things first, Chandler Blueberries take eight hours to grow, but you'll need to grow them in more than one batch if you haven't been expanding your Lighthouse Cove so that it can allow more plots to be planted. While you're waiting for the blueberries to grow, you can ask your friends for the Gravy Boats via a general news feed item. For finishing this first goal (of six), you'll receive 100 XP, 2,500 coins and a Cornucowpia (a cow dressed like a cornucopia).
A Loaf of Yum
Get 6 Fresh Bread
Harvest 110 Darrow Blackberries
Make Wild Blueberry Pie Twice
Darrow Blackberries take four hours to grow, and Wild Blueberry pies require two Chandler Blueberry, three Wheat and two Rhubarb Bushels each to make inside your Restaurant. Finally, the Fresh Bread is earned through a news feed post that all of your friends can click on at once. Finishing this goal gives you 200 XP, 2,500 coins and a Turkey Costume for your avatar.
Get 3 Warm Sweaters
Harvest 110 Hay
Make Black Raspberry Wine Twice
A similar goal to the last, the Hay takes a full day to grow, while Black Raspberry Wine is crafted in the Restaurant using three Raspberry, two White Grape and three Chandler Blueberry bushels for each batch. Finally, you'll need to ask your friends for the Sweaters via another general news post. For finishing this third goal, you'll receive 300 XP, 2,500 coins and a Tourist Penguin.
This marks the end of the chapter's traditional goals, as the final three are the Bonus Challenges we've come to expect from each chapter in the story.
Bonus Challenge 1
Harvest 160 Butter and Sugar Corn
Harvest 1 Tourist Penguin
Harvest Lighthouse Cove
Butter and Sugar Corn takes 12 hours to grow. The Lighthouse Cove, meanwhile, is available to harvest once every 24 hours. For finishing this fairly straightforward Bonus Challenge, you'll receive 500 XP, 2,500 coins and a piece of Seagull Fencing.
Bonus Challenge 2
Harvest 160 Dill
Harvest 1 Wildlife Pen
Make Creamed Corn 4 Times
Dill takes 12 hours to grow, but as I said before, you might need to grow Dill in more than one batch to reach the 160 total required, depending on how far you've already expanded your farm. Creamed Corn, meanwhile, is crafted inside your Restaurant using three Butter and Sugar Corn, three Tarragon and one Pepper bushel for each batch. Finishing this goal gives you 1,000 XP, 5,000 coins and a Giant Snow Crab with Lights decoration.
Bonus Challenge 3
Harvest 1 Aviary
Harvest 160 Ladyslipper
Make Boiled Dinner Twice
Boiled Dinners require a five-star crafting building, which is earned by leveling up dishes and then purchasing the expansions for coins. Once you unlock the recipe, you'll need to use five Seafood, two Tarragon and one Cauliflower bushel for each batch. While you wait for those to finish crafting, you can grow the Ladyslippers, which take eight hours. Finishing this third and final Bonus Challenge (and in fact final goal in all of Lighthouse Cove) rewards you with 1,000 XP, 5,000 coins and a Candy Cane Lighthouse (a basic lighthouse with red and white stripes).
With the story in Lighthouse Cove now officially ending, that only opens the door for all sorts of events surrounding the upcoming fourth farm - Winter Wonderland - to be released. As usual, we'll make sure to let you know when events or activities surrounding either farm launch, so keep checking back with us!
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