FrontierVille Leprechaun Hunt Goals: Everything you need to know
Finally, FrontierVille is ready to spread the green fever rather than the girl fever. Leprechauns are coming to your homestead in two new Goals that task you with trapping these little gnomes. Why we're even hunting the Leprechauns is beyond me, but first you'll have to lure them in and, in the second Goal, go for the capture. Keep in mind that this is all early information, so images are unavailable at the moment and specifics are subject to change.
Leprechaun Hunt (Part 1):
- Plant 10 Clover (5 Horseshoes to unlock)
- Plant 15 Potatoes (5 Horseshoes to unlock)
- Plant 20 Cabbages (5 Horseshoes to unlock)
This Goal is as straightforward as they come. Clovers cost 10 coins a piece and are ready for harvest in just five minutes. However, Potatoes grow in four hours and cost 90 coins, while Cabbages cost 265 coins each and take a long 16 hours to harvest. You can plant all of them at the same time to minimize the total time this Goal will take, but it'll still put you 6,750 coins in the hole. You'll at least be rewarded with 75 XP and 100 coins, but do not, under any circumstances, harvest them yet.
Leprechaun Hunt (Part 2):
- Find 4 Leprechauns
- Collect 10 Leprechaun Traps
Now, it's time to hunt them! The purpose for planting all those crops is these are the exact crops that attract Leprechauns (how cute). Like Groundhogs, Leprechauns will appear when crops are harvested, but only these specific crops. That said, you'll need Leprechaun Traps to catch them, which you can ask your friends for the old fashioned way. You'll have to use these traps to catch four Leprechauns, but we doubt this will be the end for the Leprechauns. Complete this Goal and you'll be rewarded with 200 XP and 200 coins. If you want to catch more Leprechauns than the Goal requires, just plant a field of Clovers!
[Source: FrontierVille Info]
[Image Credit: Lionsgate Films]
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