CastleVille St. Patrick's Day Quests: Everything you need to know
Quinn the Bard is back from another adventure in CastleVille, and he brings with him a series of three quests in the game's St. Patrick's Day theme. These quests are called, appropriately enough, the St. Patrick's Day quests, and they shouldn't take you an overly long time to complete. As usual, we're here with a guide to help you finish them off fast!
- Buy a St. Patrick's Day clothing item
- Change your Clothes
Both an Irish Princess Skirt and an Irish Prince Pants are available for 5,000 coins each in the store, depending on your avatar's gender. You can also spend Crowns on the top halves of these outfits, but feel free to just spend coins to finish off the quest. You'll receive 750 coins and 15 XP for finishing it off.
- Purchase any St. Patrick's Day item
- Tax 3 Houses
The St. Patrick's Day items range from horses to homes, but you can purchase something like a Leprechaun Statue (a small decorative item) for another 5,000 coins if you're trying to get off as cheaply as possible while still earning this quest's rewards. You'll receive another 750 coins and 15 XP for completing this quest.
One for the Road
- Get 1 Apple Slice
- Buy 1 New Animal
- Make 2 Saucy Tarts
A single Saucy Tart requires a stick of Butter, three Eggs, a Sugar and one Apple Slice to complete. It takes an hour to do, unless you've mastered the recipe to the point that it takes less time. As for the Apple Slice, you'll earn one of those by posting a general news item to your wall asking your friends for help. Finally, a Chicken costs just 250 coins and will fulfill the animal requirement of this quest. You'll receive one final batch of 750 coins and 15 XP for finishing this final quest.
These quests don't have a time limit on them as of this writing, but they should only take you a day or two to complete at the most anyway. Just remember to ask your friends for the ingredients to make those Saucy Tarts and you should be fine. Good luck!
Do you like Quinn's themed quest series? What do you think of this St. Patrick's Day trio of quests? Sound off in the comments.