Tips for Quests & Saltpeter
In Frontierville completing daily tasks and quest goals is important. It’s the key to leveling up since they all revolve around the storyline. Players have to accomplish an assortment of goals like clearing grass, making clothes, crafting a baby crib, clobbering pesky varmints, or harvesting specific crops to move forward in the game. Always read the mission goals carefully. They can be tricky sometimes. Check the Frontierville tips or hint at the bottom of the quest to avoid wasting time. When attempting to complete a quest that requires collecting multiple items that are part of a collection don’t trade in the collection. Once the goal is completed it will automatically subtract the items. Beginner players should try to leave a small section of the wilderness untouched when clearing. There will be clearing tasks that require scaring a certain number of bears, getting rid of cactus, or skull bones. Bears prefer jumping out of massive oak trees so keeping several tall original oaks is helpful. More grass, skull bones, wildflowers, and cactus can grow in open clear spaces but it takes several days if the land has been cleared.
Collections provide various items like Frontierville saltpeter, animals, ribbon, planks, energy, coins, and XP. To gain these items players must tend to specific livestock, crops, or trees on their land or their neighbor’s homestead. A difficult collection to acquire is the Manure Collection. This collection rewards players with saltpeter. Tending to chickens, pigs, goats, sheep, and cows will generate most of the collection. The Prairie Pile can only be found by tending to horses and mules. Players will need higher level neighbors who own multiple horses and expensive mules to finish the collection.