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    Event Guide

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    ...Event Guide Farm Story 2 | Event and Goal Guides forum...
    Introduction
    Fair event
    Goal event
    Luck event
    Prize Machines event
    World event
    Leaderboard event
    Monthly event
    Requirements for events
    Get your farm ready to participate in events
    Suggested list of difficult to find crafts
    What shall I do prior to event?
    What shall I do after the event?
    Good advise from members
    Frequently asked questions
    List of events



    Introduction

    Farm Story 2 has an event every month. You will receive notification of an event a few days before it starts at 2:30pm PST on the start date. You can check the event thread on Farm Story 2 | Discussion forum for more event information and join in the discussion.

    The event information is usually found and updated in Post #1 of the event thread. You may sometimes see event announcement at the top of Post #1 from Storm8, Community Managers or Moderators. Check regularly for updates.


    Note:
    (1) Please try to actively update event information in Post #1 if you are starting the event thread. Event threads can sometimes go to many pages and fellow members may not have the time to read through the pages to find information when Post #1 is not properly updated. Thanks for your understanding.

    (2) You may use the Farm 2: Buy/Sell thread to buy/sell event items. Any buy/sell posts in the event thread will be removed.
    Past event threads got very spammy with buy/sell posts made it difficult for members to find event information and answers to their questions. Thanks for your cooperation.

    (3) You can use this Time Zone Converter to figure out your local time. You can enter "San Francisco" for the Storm8 time zone.
    Last edited by Rynetory2; 01-11-19 at 05:04 AM.

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    General guidelines for Fair events

    This is a 10 days event. Day 1 starts at 2:30pm PST or when you click [Start Now] button. Subsequent event days start at midnight PST. Your event will automatically start on the 4th day at 7:20pm PST if you don't start it. It will end in 10 days, counting from the day it starts.

    Complete the orders required for each event day to get the prize of the day and also eligibility to proceed to the next event day. Your aim is to get to Day 10 to win the event grand prize.

    Day 1 requires 75 gems orders
    Day 2 requires 150 gems orders
    Day 3 requires 200 gems orders
    Day 4 requires 250 gems orders
    Day 5 requires 250 gems orders
    Day 6 requires 300 gems orders
    Day 7 requires 300 gems orders
    Day 8 requires 400 gems orders
    Day 9 requires 540 gems orders
    Day 10 requires 600 gems orders

    How to play
    For each day, you will need to fulfill the orders until you reach 100% on the progress bar.

    The 3 orders on your event screen are like our deliveries. Get those items for your orders either by buying or crafting and click [Deliver] button. Once delivered, you will get a new order immediately. It takes 30 mins to refresh if you discard an order. You have 24 hours to fulfill the orders for the day, except for Day 1 depending when you start your fair.

    If you fulfill your orders of the day earlier, the order screen will be locked and you have to wait for the next day to start. If your last order is a high value order, your progress will not carry over to the next day. While you wait for next day, you can prepare the order items shown. When the new event day starts at game reset time, your orders will be ready to go all at once.

    If you can't fulfill your orders within 24 hours, you can continue to work on it the next event day (except Day 10). However this means you have shorter time to work on the rest of your event days.

    Event Boosts
    You can buy the event boost to help with your daily progress by collecting from it every 2 hours while your event day is open. To purchase an event boost, click on it in your fair ground while your event day is open.

    Once you have completed your orders for the day, the event boosts are locked since you have completed your progress for the day and any additional progress does not carry over to next event day. You can start collecting from your event boosts at the next event day. The event boosts are only for the current event; they do not carry over to the next Fair event.

    Quote Originally Posted by FrozenTurtle View Post
    When you purchase a Boost, you enable one of the Fall Trees in your event space. Scroll over to check it out and collect your Acorns!
    Unlocking Fair Days
    The following are the gems required to unlock your Fair days.
    Day 2 - 10 gems
    Day 3 - 15 gems
    Day 4 - 25 gems
    Day 5 - 40 gems
    Day 6 - 60 gems
    Day 7 - 85 gems
    Day 8 - 100 gems
    Day 9 - 100 gems
    Day 10 - 100 gems

    Tips:
    (1) Plan and start your event wisely so your last event day (i.e. most challenging day) falls on the day when you have most time to play.

    (2) Maximise your Day 1 by not starting your event too close to midnight PST. E.g. If you start your event at 11pm PST, you have only 1 hour for Day 1 before Day 2 starts at midnight.

    (3) Before you submit your last order for the day, ensure that your new orders for the next day are doable. Refresh it till you get a doable order or an order with higher value (to hasten your progress for the next day). Once you submit your last order for the day, your orders screen is locked and you can't refresh until the new event day starts.

    (4) Ensure your machines are free at each new event day (midnight PST) so you can craft the order items for the new day, if need be.

    Note:
    (1) Using gems to speed through the days doesn't help if you speed up a few days in between. Unless you speed through all days, the game will force you back to the original 10 days schedule. So either speed through all event days to the completion of your Day 10 or not at all. The last few days, usually the last 2 days, will be the more challenging days. Thus if you want to speed, its best you do so then.

    (2) Event orders and prizes may vary according to farm levels.

    (3) Your event ends just before midnight PST on your Day 11. It's important to note this and convert to your own time zone so you don't miss out. You can use this Time Zone Converter to figure out your local time. You can enter "San Francisco" for the S8 time zone (PST).

    You can check the Thanksgiving County Fair thread to read more about Fair events.

    Last edited by Rynetory2; 09-15-17 at 01:43 AM.

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    General guidelines for Goal events

    You need to complete a series of goals to win event prizes. These goals can be found in your Goal List (icon on the left of screen) when the event starts. Complete each goal in order to proceed to the next goal. Some goals require you to buy or craft event items, so do not buy nor craft these items until your goal prompts you to. Otherwise you may have to do it all over again and waste your resources.

    It is important for players to follow through the goals and do each task step by step as you get to it. Hold on to your event items and do not use them, especially those more difficult to find/drop items - the counters may reset once you used them up and they wont count if you made the crafts in advance. You can prepare the regular crafts needed in advance but it's safer not to use the event items until you reach the goal that asks for it. Please dont mess up your event in your rush to get ahead, we dont have much time to waste to redo things. You may end up making a detour in your rush to get ahead.

    Some of the past events goals required specific tasks like fishing and mining, so make sure you have already expanded to these farm features. See Requirements for events for more details.

    Tips:
    (1) Have all your machines ready when the event starts in case you have to make a special event item.

    (2) Use your Crops & Crafts Boosts to speed up your crafting times if the goal requires you to make crafts from these machines.

    (3) Make sure you have plenty of barn spaces to avoid losing event items before you do farm activities that drop event items.

    Note:
    (1) Your "Make" Register counts when you craft items. It does not count during collection (e.g. "Make X items"). See Frequently asked questions in Goal Guide.

    (2) Event crafts may not be available in your machines until you reach the goal that asks for them. They will be made available when you have reached the respective goal.

    (3) You may not get some of the event items from your deliveries until you reach the goal that asks for them. They will start to drop when you have reached the respective goal.

    (4) Do not rush to upgrade your event building for those Goal events that require you to upgrade the event building.
    Fully upgrading your event building will not win you the grand prize; you have to complete the goals to win it.

    (5) Do not use up event items until you reach or pass the goal/task that requires them, especially those event items of rarer drops. The counters may reset once you used them up and they wont count if you made the crafts in advance.


    You can check the Purrfect Quest Event thread to read more about Goal events.
    Last edited by Rynetory2; 08-19-18 at 06:23 AM.

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    General guidelines for Luck events

    You need to do farm activities to collect 10 collection items. Each event day unlocks a new collection item which is found by doing a farm activity. Collect these collection items from Day 1 to Day 10 to complete collections and turn in at the Collections Gallery to win random event prizes.

    Collection Items (example)
    Day 1 - found when collecting crafts from Kitchen
    Day 2 - found when collecting from Chickens
    Day 3 - found when collecting crafts from Fryer
    Day 4 - found when collecting crafts from Chocolatier
    Day 5 - found when collecting crafts from Bakery
    Day 6 - found when collecting from Sheep
    Day 7 - found when harvesting from Orange Trees
    Day 8 - found when doing deliveries
    Day 9 - found when fishing with event bait
    Day 10 - found when mining

    You can also buy a gem event building to craft these collection items. Buying this building at the beginning of the event gives you the advantage of crafting the locked items without having to wait to Day 10 and you can turn in more collections to win more prizes.

    Event Boosts
    You can buy the coins and gems event boosts (e.g. pine trees, lanterns, archery targets, etc.) from the Market, if available, to help with your event. They give random rewards like coins, farm items, collection items, etc. They are good for 1 time or 2 times use and disappear after.

    Frequently Asked Questions
    Why am I not getting Collection Items?
    • Check source of collection items. Sources of collection items may differ according to farm levels. To check your source, click on the Day X's box in the Collection Gallery and it will show you the source.
    • Check game version. Make sure that you are playing on the latest regular version
    • Random drops. The drops are random. It could be due to low drops. Keep trying.

    Why am I not seeing the next goal?
    Your goal will disappear from your Goal List upon completion. You'll get a new goal when the new corresponding collection item unlocks. Depending on the number of goals, you may get a new goal each event day or on alternate event days. Some Luck event does not have goals and some do.


    Tips:
    (1) Have all farm animals and fruit trees ready for collection at each new event day. So you can collect immediately when the new collection item unlocks.

    (2) Use your Crops & Crafts Boosts for the Event Day which requires you to collect crafts from these buildings so you can craft and get more collection items.

    (3) Expand your buildings craft slots so that you can craft more items overnight or while you're away from the game.

    Note:
    (1) Sources of Collection items may differ according to farm levels. To check your source, click on the Day X's box in the Collection Gallery and it will show you the source.

    (2) Your event collection at the Collections Gallery will be removed once the event is over.

    (3) Prizes from turning in at the Collections Gallery are random.


    You can check the Easter Egg Hunt 2015 or Easter Egg Hunt 2016 threads to read more about luck events.

    Last edited by Rynetory2; 04-01-19 at 09:10 PM.

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    General guidelines for Prize Machines events

    This event offers 3 categories of prizes, namely Bronze Prize Machine, Silver Prize Machine and Gold Prize Machine. You need to collect event items and craft them for turning in these machines to win event prizes. Each machine offers different event prizes. Collect the individual prizes of the machine to win the grand prize of the respective machine.

    There is no order of which machine that you should start turning in. You can turn in randomly or aim for the prizes that you like. Sometimes we get Single Prize Machine event too.

    Note:
    Quote Originally Posted by FrozenTurtle View Post
    My Prize Machine numbers aren't accurate.
    • When you purchase a bundle containing event currency your currency will not immediately update in the Prize Machine dialog. Force close the game and restart it to update it.
    • When you purchase items with Gems while viewing the Prize Machine dialog, your Gem amount will not update to show the decreased amount. Force close the game and restart it to update it.
    You can check the Halloween Spooktacular Event thread to read more about Prize Machines events.



    Last edited by Rynetory2; 08-23-17 at 03:18 AM.

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    General guidelines for World events

    This is a community event that requires the effort of all Farm Story 2 members in order to win the community prizes. There are 5 individual event prizes which you can win when you have collected the required collection items. You can also be eligible for 3 community prizes. After the Farm 2 community collects enough items to earn a community prize, all players who have collected enough items to be eligible will receive it.

    Individual Prizes: (example)
    First Prize: Holiday Pig skin : 50 presents
    Second Prize: Holiday Chicken skin : 200 presents
    Third Prize: Holiday Sheep skin : 700 presents
    Fourth Prize: Holiday Cow skin : 1400 presents
    Fifth Prize: Baby Reindeer pet : 3000 presents

    Community Prizes: (example)
    (unlocks at 500 - meaning once you have collected 500 presents, you are eligible for community prizes.)
    First Prize: Holiday Silo skin : 30,000,000 presents
    Second Prize: Holiday Barn skin : 150,000,000 presents
    Third Prize: Holiday Farmhouse skin : 400,000,000 presents

    How to play
    Purchase the event building from the Market and collect from it every interval. Send your deliveries to collect upgrade parts for your event building. Upgrade your event building as soon as you can to increase the number of collection item that you can collect. Collect as many collection items as possible to unlock and win event prizes.

    Stages of event building upgrade (example)
    There are altogether 15 stages. Collection interval is 3 hrs for all stages.
    Stage 1 gives 4 presents
    To upgrade to Stage 2 requires 2 of each upgrade part - gives 8 presents
    To upgrade to Stage 3 requires 2 of each upgrade part - gives 12 presents
    To upgrade to Stage 4 requires 3 of each upgrade part - gives 16 presents
    To upgrade to Stage 5 requires 4 of each upgrade part - gives 20 presents
    To upgrade to Stage 6 requires 6 of each upgrade part - gives 24 presents
    To upgrade to Stage 7 requires 8 of each upgrade part - gives 28 presents
    To upgrade to Stage 8 requires 10 of each upgrade part - gives 32 presents
    To upgrade to Stage 9 requires 12 of each upgrade part - gives 36 presents
    To upgrade to Stage 10 requires 15 of each upgrade part - gives 40 presents
    To upgrade to Stage 11 requires 20 of each upgrade part - gives 44 presents
    To upgrade to Stage 12 requires 26 of each upgrade part - gives 48 presents
    To upgrade to Stage 13 requires 32 of each upgrade part - gives 52 presents
    To upgrade to Stage 14 requires 40 of each upgrade part - gives 56 presents
    To upgrade to Stage 15 requires 48 of each upgrade part - gives 60 presents

    To see which stage your event building is at, click on the it and a caption will appear at the bottom right of your screen. To upgrade your event building, click on it and click [Upgrade] button at the bottom of your screen.

    Event Boosts
    You can buy the coins and gems event boosts (e.g. pine trees, lanterns, archery targets, etc.) from the Market to help with your event. They give random rewards like coins, farm items, collection items, event upgrade parts, etc. They are good for 1 time or 2 times use and disappear after.

    Tips:
    (1) Upgrade your event building as early as possible to maximise the number of items for each collection.

    (2) The timer resets after you upgrade your event building, so make sure you collect first before you upgrade. Otherwise you will lose your pending items.

    (3) Check Stormie shop daily and see if she sells you an upgrade part.

    Note:
    (1) The collection items do not accumulate. They remain at your event building until you collect them.

    (2) Make sure you have sufficient barn space to keep building upgrade parts.

    (3) In some events, you may stop getting building upgrade parts from deliveries once you have fully upgraded your event building.

    Warning: Do not use outdated versions of your Farm Story 2 during the event as we had past reports from members that they lost their collection items when they used both the latest and outdated versions together. Use only the latest version for the duration of the event.

    You can check the Holiday Harvest World Event thread to read more about World events.

    Last edited by Rynetory2; 08-23-17 at 03:18 AM.

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    Requirements for events

    1. expand to the pond
    2. expand to the mine
    3. get at least 1 bait shop, 2 bait shops if possible
    4. get these buildings (kitchen, bakery, windmill, fryer, dairy, chocolatier, studio)
    5. get at least 2 sheep pens, 3 sheep pens if possible
    6. get maximum number of orange trees available at your farm level
    7. to be at least level 10, 17 to 19, 23 to participate in events

    Note: These requirements are based on past events and are subjected to changes.
    Last edited by Rynetory2; 07-09-16 at 07:20 AM.

  8. #8
    Get your farm ready to participate in events

    Is your farm ready for an event?... An event is like a marathon, you need to train for it way way ahead. You don't start training for a marathon a few days or a week before it starts, so neither do you for events. Therefore start your event preparation today or as soon as you can.

    Every event is time critical and has challenges like goals, luck element or drop rates etc. While we cannot control these factors, we can certainly put ourselves in better ("fitter") position by building up our farm resources. Farms lacking resources have higher odds in finishing the event.

    1. earn coins
    2. stock up gems by sending trains or buy while on offer
    3. stock up mining tools
    4. stock up difficult to find craft items
    5. stock up bronze cowbells

    Time is also a resource - members who don't have much play time can make up for it using coins and gems.

    1. Coins
    Coins give you the luxury to purchase crafts for deliveries instead of having to craft. The more deliveries you sent, the better your chances of getting drops. You can buy more coin event boosts to get more collection items to make up for the shortfall for your collection.

    2. Gems
    Gems give you the luxury to gem an upgrade part, through a goal or advance goal days etc. When the grand prize is pet, I think it's worth using some gems to get it than not at all. After all, a gem pet in the Market or tree house easily costs minimum of 180 gems, what more is a limited edition event pet? Ok, some members may not be able to afford to buy gems, send your trains instead to earn gems.

    3. Mining Tools
    You can stock up mining tools by doing deliveries, buy from newspapers/neighbours or collect from your pets.

    4. Difficult to find craft items
    Stock up on these items since most events require you to do deliveries. Having a good stock in your barn enables you to send more deliveries and saves you time for seaching for these items. See next post for a suggested list of difficult to find craft items.

    5. Stock up Bronze Cowbells
    Stock up your bronze cowbells so you can buy Crops & Crafts Boosts during the event to shorten your crafting times. They are especially useful during a Goal Event or Luck Event when crafts from these machines are needed for goals or collection items.

    From my past experiences, having these resources does put my farm in a better and fitter position to compete in an event. If you don't, you will need to put in more effort or be realistic of your odds. I hope sharing this will help those struggling farmers to be better prepared for future events.


    Discussion thread: Is your farm ready for an event?
    Last edited by Rynetory2; 08-19-18 at 06:25 AM.

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    Suggested list of difficult to find crafts

    Difficult to find crafts depends on...
    1. your current farm level and what you can craft
    2. what you can't find in your neighbours' shops and newspaper

    Here are some suggestions highlighted in blue. You can adjust to your situation accordingly. Fellow members feel free to add your suggestions too.

    Scroll sideways to see the items on the right.


    Animals
    Alpaca wool
    Bacon
    Goat milk
    Rope
    Satchel
    Wool

    Beehive
    Beeswax
    Honey

    Fish
    Anchovy
    Bass
    Catfish
    Salmon
    Tuna

    Truffle
    Black truffle
    Brown truffle
    White truffle

    Bush & Trees
    Apple
    Banana
    Blackberry
    Blueberry
    Cocoa
    Coffee bean
    Green grape
    Purple grape
    Herb
    Hickory
    Lemon
    Maple leaf
    Maple syrup
    Orange
    Pear
    Peach

    Wood


    Crops
    Carrot
    Flax
    Peanut
    Peppers
    Potato
    Spinach
    Strawberry
    Sugar cane
    Tea leaf
    Tomato
    Vanilla

    Flowers
    Blue orchid
    Pink lily
    Red tulip
    White daisy

    Water Garden
    Cranberry
    Rice
    Seaweed
    Wasabi
    Watercress

    Mine
    Gold
    Ore
    Ruby
    Silver


    Bakery
    Apple pie
    Bread
    Busy bee cake
    Chocolate brownie
    Chocolate chip cookie
    Cranberry bread
    Lemon tart
    Maple bread
    Peach cobbler
    Raisin bread
    Rice cracker
    Strawberry cobbler
    Maple cotton candy meringue
    Chocolate frosting
    Cake batter
    Chocolate cotton candy cupcake
    Cotton candy cake

    Bed & Breakfast
    Pancakes
    Maple cookies
    Maple bacon and eggs
    Maple gift basket

    Cafe
    Cafe latte
    Cafe mocha
    Caramel coffee
    Coffee chai latte
    Cotton candy soda
    Cup of tea
    Espresso
    Honey lemon tea
    Peach iced tea

    Sweet tea


    Candle Maker
    Apple cotton candy candle
    Blackberry candle
    Lemon candle
    Peach candle
    Pear candle
    Pink candle
    Vanilla candle

    Candy Maker
    Caramel apple lollipop
    Fudge
    Honey lollipop
    Maple candy
    Orange cotton candy taffy
    Peanut brittle
    Simple syrup
    Taffy

    Chocolatier
    Chocolate banana
    Chocolate pudding
    Chocolate strawberry
    Dark chocolate
    Milk chocolate
    Orange chocolate

    Cider House
    Apple cider
    Grape cider
    Grape cotton candy cider
    Honey cider
    Orange cider
    Peach cider
    Pear cider


    Dairy
    Brown truffle butter
    Butter
    Cheese
    Cream
    Goat cheese
    Maple cream


    Deep Fryer
    French fries
    Fried banana
    Fried eggs
    Fried fish
    Maple donut
    Nori
    Stuffed peppers

    Deli
    BLT sandwich
    Breakfast sandwich
    Brown truffle egg
    Catfish sandwich
    PB&J sandwich
    Salad
    Seared tuna salad
    The Elvis sandwich


    Floral Shop
    Hanging orchid
    Lily candle
    Red vase
    Romantic bouquet

    Tulip candle
    Wild bouquet

    Ice Creamery
    Chocolate ice cream
    Chocolate sundae
    Cotton candy ice cream
    Goat milk ice cream
    Ice cream sandwich
    Ice cream sundae

    Strawberry popsicle
    Vanilla bean ice cream


    Jelly Maker
    Apple butter
    Blackberry jam
    Cranberry jam
    Orange marmalade
    Peanut butter
    Pear jam

    Jewelsmith
    Earring
    Necklace
    Ring
    Wood necklace


    Juicer
    Apple pear juice
    Citrus juice
    Cranberry juice
    Tomato juice
    Veggie juice

    Kitchen
    Baked potato
    Black truffle polenta
    Corn bread
    Corn syrup
    Granola bar
    Grape tart
    Hiking pack
    Maple nuts
    Peaches and cream
    Quiche
    Raisin
    Rice pudding
    Salmon quiche
    Stew
    Watercress soup
    White truffle risotto


    Pizza Oven
    Anchovy pizza
    Black truffle pizza
    Chevre pizza
    Dessert pizza
    Pear pizza
    Pepperoni pizza
    Watercress pizza
    White pizza

    Sauce Maker
    Caramel sauce
    Chocolate sauce

    Smokehouse
    Smoked tomato
    Smoked cheese
    Smoked bacon
    Smoked salmon
    Smoked peanut
    Smoked peach


    Studio
    Alpaca blanket
    Alpaca plushie
    Belt
    Cargo net
    Fancy handbag
    Hat
    Linen flower
    Pillow
    Scarf
    Sweater
    Wooden button
    Yarn


    Sugar Spinner
    Apple cotton candy
    Blackberry cotton candy
    Blueberry cotton candy
    Chocolate cotton candy
    Cotton candy flower
    Cranberry cotton candy
    Grape cotton candy
    Lemon cotton candy
    Maple cotton candy
    Orange cotton candy
    Strawberry cotton candy
    Vanilla cotton candy

    Sushi Shop
    Egg sushi
    Salmon roll
    Salmon nigiri
    Sashimi
    Seaweed salad

    Steamed rice
    Wasabi paste

    Toy Maker
    Doll
    Doll house

    Rocking horse
    Toy train

    Windmill
    Corn starch
    Truffle shaving
    Apple sugar
    Blackberry sugar
    Blueberry sugar
    Chocolate sugar
    Cranberry sugar
    Grape sugar
    Lemon sugar
    Maple sugar
    Orange sugar
    Powdered sugar
    Strawberry sugar
    Vanilla sugar


    Last edited by Rynetory2; 12-27-17 at 12:31 AM.

  10. #10
    What shall I do prior to event?

    Some of these events require you to download a special version of Farm Story 2 app, so make sure you check regularly for event announcement at the top of Post #1 from Storm 8, Community Managers or Moderators in the event thread. You can also check your App Store before the event starts.

    If there is a new version of the app, you should delete your current version and download the new version. It is not recommended that you keep or use outdated versions as they may cause issues to your game and event. However if you wish to keep the outdated versions, do make sure that you do not use or accidentally click on it for the duration of the event. Use only the latest version throughout the event. Events are time critical so don't add complications to your progress and miss out on winning the prizes.

    Final preparations prior to event
    When you get an event notification, you should start doing these preparations. We don't know what type of event it is but we can prepare in advance in case we need it for the event.

    1. Make space in your barn and/or silo. Make sure you have plenty of space to avoid missing out event drops. You may not be able to get them when your barn or silo is full.
    2. Align your deliveries before event starts. Discard those deliveries which you can't fulfil. Be ready to send off all deliveries if event requires when it starts.
    3. Have all your buildings working non stop but ensure they are done working when the event starts in case you have to make a special event item.
    4. Have all animals (i.e. cows, chickens, pigs, sheep) ready to collect at event time. Likewise for all fruit trees.
    5. Stock up some mining tools if you can. Feed your pets for tools. Hopefully we won't need to mine but stock some just in case.
    6. Stock up your difficult to find crafts for deliveries since most events require you to do deliveries.
    7. Stock up your Bronze Cowbells. Crops & Crafts Boosts are especially useful during a Goal Event or Luck Event when crafts from these machines are needed for goals or collection items.
    8. Check Stormie shop daily and see if she sells you an event item.
      P.S. If Stormie sells you an event item, please post and share with us in the event thread. Thanks.

      List compiled by Judy and me.
    Last edited by Rynetory2; 04-01-19 at 09:15 PM.

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