Player-owned farm Tutorial

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Player-owned farm Tutorial is a mandatory introduction players must go through to start using the player-owned farm.

Walkthrough[edit | edit source]

Starting out[edit | edit source]

Start the tutorial by speaking to Granny Potterington on the Manor Farm. The player and Granny have a conversation where she recruits the player as her official farm hold partner, and she asks the player to get Jack the yak.

Jack is near the Allotment/Flower/Herb patches on the north-east corner of the farm, near the Breeding pen. Pick up Jack and return to Granny. Granny will say her goodbyes to Jack, and then ask the player to sell Jack to Prezleek, who has been trying to get him for a long time.

Talk to Prezleek, near the well, and the player will get 500 beans for Jack. Then return to Granny.

Introduction to the Player-owned farm[edit | edit source]

Once Jack is sold, Granny will go into the history of the manor farm, and explain what needs to be done to fix it. She will ask the player to put the beans they received from Prezleek into their currency pouch for safe keeping. Then, Granny will ask the player to purchase things in the Farmer's Market to get the Farm up and running again.

Farmer's Market[edit | edit source]

Inside the Farmer's Market shop, buy a small animal pen kit (tutorial) for 100 beans, and two rabbits, for 10 beans each. At that point, talk to Granny again, and she will tell the player to check the two bunnies and build a pen for them. Once that is done, add the bunnies to the small pen.

Animals[edit | edit source]

Once the bunnies are in the pen, one of them will get sick and will need curing. To cure the bunny, investigate all of the options (Head, Eyes, Legs and feet, and Stomach). Once all the options are explored, administer treatment and pick the flu treatment.

Once the animal is cured, talk to Granny, and she will give the player some food for the rabbits, Fruity mush. Take the mush and fill the rabbits' trough and return to Granny. Nothing else further can happen in the tutorial until the rabbits reach breeding age (Adult or higher). The player can talk to Granny to "kill some time" so that the rabbits grow up. Once the rabbits are grown up, Granny says that it's time to make babies.

Breeding[edit | edit source]

Granny will tell the player to take the bunnies from the small pen and bring them to her. She will suggest the player gather any XP from them growing up, and explain that claiming XP can be skipped. Once the player bring the rabbits to her, she will tell them to put the rabbits in the breeding pen and then some food. Once the rabbits are in the breeding pen, time can be advanced again until the rabbits have a bunny.

At this point, Granny will tell the player about the other types of animals there are, and the sellers that will take them. She will explain how to advertise the animals that the player wants to sell, and how to get other animals. At that point, Myfi will arrive, and the tutorial will be over and the player can sell the rabbits to Myfi.

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Update history[edit | edit source]

This information has been compiled as part of the update history project. Some updates may not be included - see here for how to help out!
  • patch 13 July 2020 (Update):
    • The Player Owned Farm Breeding Rabbits tutorial can now actually be completed.
  • update 1 June 2020 (Update):
    • You will now receive five portions of fruity mush during the Player Owned Farm tutorial.
  • patch 3 June 2019 (Update):
    • An issue has been fixed in the tutorial where some NPC names were incorrect and chatheads were missing.
  • patch 10 September 2018 (Update):
    • Any new rabbits you breed will now be bankable and tradeable. There were some very strange cases where if you kept your original tutorial rabbits in the breeding pen, then a majority of other bred rabbits would be classed as tutorial ones and therefore not bankable and tradeable. Apologies, but this fix will only tend to new rabbits. You'll have to sell any other untradeable ones you might have in a pen to the Rabbit buyer.