Ravenwood Fair

Brave the scary forest of Ravenwood to create a charming fair full of fun rides, tasty treats, and majestic buildings!

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Advancing thru Ravenwood Fair

by Kat Burtick - Nov 20, 2010 Star_s3,963 views

Does anyone know....
1.  Will we be able to expand our fair, and if so at what level?
2.  What do we do with the left over items, such as candy skulls and candy corn from Halloween, and now items remaining from Thanksgiving and the Wedding.  Can they be sold?
3.  The WONDERS - what are these supposed to do for your fair?  When I first started playing, I clicked the Den of Panthers in Huggins Fair, and wasn't impressed.  I also clicked the Well of Vitalin, hoping to receive some, but that was not the case.  I have the Party Parthenon in my fair, and every 8 hours I can click it and get prairie dogs that are supposed to spend lots of cash - I earn on the average 30 coins when I activate the Prairie Dogs.  What's up with these???
My fair is level 21 and I haven't had any "quests" for at least a week, if not longer.  Any feedback on this?  Also, why are there such huge jumps in XP points once you reach level 19.  It took forever to reach level 20, hoping something "magical" would happen.  Of course, dissapointment.  I have to earn another 125,000 XP points to level up with no incentive. 
Don't get me wrong, I love the game but come on -- did they introduce it too soon and not look at what the next steps as players really start getting involved????
Any comments, suggestions, feedback will be appreciated.

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Matt Michaels - Nov 26, 2010

Yeah...seems as though there's only so much room for all the stuff they make us buy for the Quests as well as the things we buy to design the landscape in the first place. I'm sure they'll expand it at some point.

They should have a gifting option to get rid of stuff you have a lot of, but that will probably never happen (similar to Frontierville). Just takes up unnecessary space.

The wonders aren't so WONDER-ful are they? I was expecting big bucks when the Prairie Party started, but those little guys AREN'T big spenders. I second the suggestion to save lots of wood. To build the Great Beaver Lodge you need 3,000 wood (50 energy/60 wood each build).

As for the levels....those are going to keep going up in large increments. I think it's 325,000 XP to my next level.

I won't even rant about the wedding..... ☺

All in all, I think they launched the game with inadequate planning (as you can see what happened with the 3rd party info sharing that closed gifting). However, I'm still going to play it for what it's worth.

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