Farmerama: New Trade in Artisan’s Village: Florist!

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Coming very soon –
tomorrow, 28th June, hopefully: 

The Florist – new to the Artisans’ Village
New to the Artisans’ Village – the florist, tie together bright bouquets, stunning arrangements and wreaths to activate fantastic bonuses

Howdy Farmers,

There is a brand new challenge in store for all of you in the Artisans’ Village.

Starting at level 40, players will have the choice of selecting from 3 different professions.

In addition to becoming a baker or a confectioner, they can now become a florist.

Florist Location

Experienced and industrious workers who have brought their bakers and confectioners up to level 3, will get the florist trade absolutely free.

As soon as it is live, players can

  • choose one profession in the Artisans’ Village for free,
  • purchase the second
  • and then receive the third absolutely free after reaching level 3 with the first two professions.

Aspiring florists will first be faced with a quest that they must complete in the Farmers’ Society to expand the building.

Only then will players have the chance to discover all the florist profession has to offer.

Collect floral wire from your lands when harvesting, otherwise you won’t be able to tie your bouquets, arrangements or wreaths.


Leveling up is the same as it is for the other two professions.

And the higher your level, the more attractive your floral creations and the more valuable the bonuses you can activate.

We hope you enjoy the new trade!

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Posted on 27 June 2012, in Artisan Trades, Farmerama, FarmeramaAID, Florist, Games and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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