Farmville 2 Be All You Can Duck Quests

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Walter will show how to train ducks in Farmville 2 Be All You Can Duck Quests. He will be teaching us how but first we will need to build a Duck Nursery. In order to build it we will need our friends help of course and we will be collecting parts to finish it. This Farmville 2 Quests is expected to have 8 stage and will run for 14 days. We listed here the information you will need regarding this latest release for March 2014.

Farmville 2 Be All You Can Duck Quests



Be All You Can Duck Quests 1: Farmville 2 Nursery Times

Missions:

  • Have 1 Duck Nursery on your Farm
  • Water 10 Spring Onions
  • Feed 1 Adult Pig

Farmville 2 Nursery Times

Reward:

30 xp, 100 coins

 

Be All You Can Duck Quests 2: Farmville 2 A Duckling’s Tale

Missions:

  • Collect 5 Water Bird Guides
  • Harvest 10 Spring Onions
  • Make 1 Spring Onion Frittata

Farmville 2 A Duckling's Tale

Reward:

35 xp, 128 coins

Be All You Can Duck Quests 3: Farmville 2 Duck Scents

Missions:

  • Feed 2 Adult Cows
  • Harvest 10 Pumpkins
  • Make 1 Pumpkin Pie

Farmville 2 Duck Scents

Reward:

40 xp, 250 coins

Be All You Can Duck Quests 4: Farmville 2 Motivating Ewe

Missions:

  • Collect 5 Baby Book
  • Tend your Cow Shed 2 times
  • Make 2 Pickled Spring Onions

Farmville 2 Motivating Ewe

Reward:

50 xp, 304 coins

 

Be All You Can Duck Quests 5: Farmville 2 Grumpy Goats

Missions:

  • Tend your Goat Shelter 2 times
  • Harvest 4 Fig Trees or Heirloom Fig Trees
  • Make 2 Glass Good Luck Charm

Farmville 2 Grumpy Goats

Reward:

60 xp, 550 coins

 

Be All You Can Duck Quests 6: Farmville 2 Huffy Horses

Missions:

  • Tend your Horse Stable 2 times
  • ┬áHarvest 4 Olive Trees or Heirloom Olive Trees
  • Make 2 Olive Oils

Farmville 2 Huffy Horses

Reward:

80 xp, 850 coins

Be All You Can Duck Quests 7: Farmville 2 Ewe Win!

Missions:

  • Collect 5 Duck Silhouettes
  • Gather 20 Wool from rabbits or sheep
  • Make 2 White Dreamcatchers

Farmville 2 Ewe Win!

Reward:

100 xp, 1200 coins

 

Be All You Can Duck Quests 8: Farmville 2 Education Bills

Missions:

  • Speed Feed a nursery-raised duck 10 times!
  • Harvest 12 Spring Onions
  • Make 2 Pickled Spring Onions

Farmville 2 Education Bills

Reward:

150 xp, 1700 cois


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4 thoughts on “Farmville 2 Be All You Can Duck Quests

  1. I’m not sure I completely understand why you all feel so forced to use Farmbucks in this quest. It is a very reasonable quest, not as outrageous as the Swan Migration bonus quest for instance. The most remarkable is the one with 10 speed feed, but since Marie gives us free speed feed every time you master an animal, I don’t see any problems there. If I misinterprete, please let me know.
    Thank you and happy farming ­čÖé

    • Because it should not require ANYTHING that potentially has to be purchased using real money. Are you out of it or don’t you realize that newer people haven’t accumulated that many speed feeds yet. Guess what? THEY HAVEN’T! Get it now?

      They advertise as 100% free to play. Then they should keep it that way. I and others are recommending that people just ignore this quest, and any others that potentially require $$$ to complete.

      • Thank you for your reply. If a quest is ‘out of range’ for you, you have the option to ignore it. And since the rewards are nothing special, some coins and some XP’s, it really is no big deal, it’s not as if you are missing out on something very significant for game play. Play the game as you wish and to your abilities, there are lots of options for everyone. I’m sorry, but I really don’t see what all the fuss is about.

        • The “fuss” is simple. Perhaps too simple for some. It’s advertised as free. Your “neighbors” REQUIRE your help. NO quests can be done without neighbor help. Zynga’s behavioral analysts KNOW that people feel guilty for not helping so they PUSH this in HARD. So IF you help you want to play and it COSTS MONEY, REAL MONEY

          If it’s a FREE TO PLAY – get it? FREE TO PLAY. NOT FeeToPlay or are you reading it wrong. Cheerleaders for game companies look like fools you know.

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