It was last night, actually.
At that time, I was wandering around the beach in Animal Crossing: New Horizons before I finished my daily missions. Suddenly I saw an unusual shape in the sea – it was larger than usual, with visible fins.
I ran there as fast as I could, being careful not to scare it off. Thankfully, I caught my first Animal Crossing Great White Shark successfully! I know the shark has been around for a while, but it is still rare for a player like me, who only catches fishes for missions every day…
Donating it to the museum is becoming the biggest thing for today.
Rainhat, rain boots, and raincoat in a rainy day. A typical weather in the UK.
I only played for half-an-hour-ish for the daily work: looking for the bell tree and bell hole, shaking trees, digging stones etc.
These are today’s furniture additions:
Campfire Cookware & Stovetop Espresso Maker.
(The new bell tree is behind me.)
Got the Campfire Cookware two days in a row, I think I need to hold a camp party one day…
Since I mentioned the bell tree, I will share a small strategy which I learned from my friend, Weiwei.
I have a fixed area for the bell trees. In general, I transfer the bell tree to a specific area the day after it was planted (see picture below).
There are two reasons: one is saving time, I don’t need to look around the whole island for the bell tree every day; another is not to change the island’s look as the bell holes are always in the random places.
Now, Let’s take a look at my Dreamland.
A small waterfall was made beside the frog Lily’s house, so the leisure space is just along the waterfall.
See, those are floor lights, which I purchased yesterday. Then, friends can have night chats on the nice summer evening~
*Theme Park* (or children’s playground)
My plan is to make an exhibition area on the second stage, but I still do not have enough items so far.
Oh, look at my poor face… I was stung by the wasp when I shook the trees. It happens every day… (music should start now…)
The basketball court in front of the Plaza, as well as some other fitness equipment, but I cannot take a complete screenshot.
There are still many different function areas in the Dreamland. I will share them another time.
Today’s DIY Recipe: Wooden-block table (from the drift bottle found on the beach).
Today’s Tiny Tips：
* In addition to the separate area for the bell tree, I also made a couple of different areas for other trees. It helps to spend less time in finding furniture/bells (100)/wasps etc. from the trees every day. But you cannot leave too few trees in the island, as you will get the lower Island Rating.
* If you catch 5 wasps in a row (only 5 wasps which are hidden in the trees), you will get 1000 Nook Miles as a reward!
* Always keep an eye on the fish in the sea. You never know when you’ll find an Animal Crossing Great White Shark!