Magic bean (fruity)

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Magic bean (fruity) was a type of magic bean which could be bought from the Farmers' Market for 2,400 beans alongside other magic beans. It could be placed in fruit and calquat tree patches. When planted, the beans would grow in 5 seconds into a tree that the player had the level to plant in the respective patch. The specific tree grown was a tree within the range of the highest tree at the player's current farming level to twenty levels below.[1]

It was replaced by the supreme growth potion (fruity).

Experience rates[edit | edit source]

Level Tree Experience (base experience for checkling health) Experience/bean
27 Apple tree 1199.5 0.49
33 Banana tree 1750.5 0.73
39 Orange tree 2470.2 1.02
42 Curry tree  2906.9 1.21
51 Pineapple  4605.7 1.91
57 Papaya tree 6146.4 2.56
68 Palm tree  10150.1 4.22
72 Calquat tree  12096 5.02

Value[edit | edit source]

By harvesting fruit from trees, the value of fruity magic beans could be approximated

  • Apple trees: 3,390
  • Banana tree: 1,830
  • Orange tree: 4,914
  • Curry tree: 32,958
  • Pineapple plant: 4,278
  • Papaya tree: 48,414
  • Palm tree: 54,816
  • Calquat tree: 2,394

By using a giant ent familiar, the harvest could be increased by 50%, so the average values would be.

  • Apple trees: 5,085
  • Banana tree: 2,745
  • Orange tree: 7,371
  • Curry tree: 49,437
  • Pineapple plant: 6,417
  • Papaya tree: 72,621
  • Palm tree: 82,224
  • Calquat tree: 3,591

Update history[edit | edit source]

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Mod Rowley. Magic Bean (universal) not giving the right tree?. 7 September 2018. (Archived from the original on 10 July 2019.)