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Light-bulbAll Castleville Quests: Guide - Yvette

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by Tony Hull - Nov 27, 2011 Star_s49,205 views

YVETTE'S Quests

Raise the Roof           Get Plucky

No Bull                      Gloom to Bloom

14 Carrots                 Chicken Lover

Bird Feeder                A Bit Bullish

Fence Me In               For The Birds

Peace Is The Answer  Beastie Collection

Beastie Confection  Beastie Banishment

.                       Comming Soon          Comming Soon          Comming Soon

.                       Purple Drink               Flies to Honey            Beauty Rest

.                       Siren Song                Hairy Tale                  Spinning Wheels

.                       The Fairest One         If the Shoe Fits           Hoodwinked

.                       The Savage Beast      Career Woman           Color Girl

.                       Wild Thing                  Shining Star               Fan Mail

.                       Big Trip                      Homecoming              Rebuilding

.                       Housekeeping             Flower Arranging        Lunch Time

.                       Fishing Trip                 Me Time                  Afraid of the Dark

.                       The Golden Egg

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Raise the Roof

1
Find a good location and place Yvette's house.
Hint:You can find the plans for Yvette's House in the Buildings tab of your Inventory.

 

1
Gather materials to build the house. 
Hint:Chop trees and mine rocks to gather materials.

 

1
Build Yvette's House to add her to your Kingdom.
Hint:Once you have enough materials, click the foundation to construct the house.

 

 

 

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Get Plucky

4
Buy 4 Chickens.
Hint:Buy Chickens from the Animals section of the Market's Nature tab.

 

4
Feed 4 Chickens. 
Hint:Click on Chickens to feed them. They start young, but soon grow.

 

 

 

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No Bull

2
Buy 2 Cows.
Hint:Buy Cows from the Animals section of the Market's Nature tab.

 

2
Feed 2 Cows in your Kingdom. 
Hint:Click on Cows to feed them. They start young, but soon grow.

 

1
Spend Reputation Hearts to buy 1 Large Trough for your thirsty animals.
Hint:Reputation Hearts can be spent on decorations or potions in the Market. Get more by doing actions in your Neighbors' Kingdoms.

 

 

 

 

 

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From Gloom to Bloom

5
Place 5 flowers, something pretty.
Hint:Buy in the Nature, Plants section of the Market.

 

3
Feed 3 Animals, keep your creatures healthy! 
Hint:Click on hungry animals to feed them.

 

2
Clear 2 Rocks in your Kingdom to prevent Yvette's toe from getting stubbed.
Hint:Clear a rock by mining it until it's gone! As easy as that.

 

 

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14 Carrots

14
Plant 14 Carrots. They're wort their weight in Coins!
Hint:Place Farm Plots to grow Crops.

 

14
Have 14 Carrots to feed the bunnies. 
Hint:Click Fully grown Crops to Harvest them.

 

1
Give love to your Neighbors' crops, too! Accelerate a crop in 1 Neighbor's Kingdom.
Hint:Visit a Neighbor and Accelerate 1 crop in their Kingdom.

 

 

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Chicken Lover

4
Feed 4 Chickens, there is nothing sadder than a hungry Chicken!
Hint:Buy in the Animals tab in the Nature section of the Market. Click to feed Chickens when they are hungry.

 

 

 

16
Harvest 16 Flax. 
Hint:Place Farm Plots to grow Crops.

 

 

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Bird Feeder

10
Plant 10 Wheat.
Hint:Place Farm Plots to grow Crops.

 

8
Your Neighbors' animals could use some love, too! Feed 8 Chickens in Neighboring Kingdoms. 
Hint:Click Neighbors' hungry Chickens to feed them.

 

 

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A Bit Bullish

2
Buy 2 adorable Baby Cows.
Hint:Buy in the Nature, Animals tab of the Market.

 

20
Have 20 Wheat to feed your animals. 
Hint:Place Farm Plots to grow Wheat Crops.

 

 

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Fence Me In

8
Have 8 Wooden Fences to keep the animals safe.
Hint:You can Craft Wooden Fences if you own a Worshop or buy in the Decor tab of the Market.

 

2
Move 2 Cows. Carefully! 
Hint:Click Design Mode to move Objects.

 

2
Your Neighbors' Animals could use some love, too! Feed 1 Cow in 2 different Neighbors' Kingdoms.
Hint:Visit 2 different Neighbors and feed 1 Cow in each of their Kingdoms. Click Neighbor Cows when they are hungry to Feed them.

 

 

 

 

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For the Birds

3
Place 3 Trees.
Hint:Buy from the Nature tab of the Market.

 

1
Buy 1 Bird House. 
Hint:Buy in the Decor tab of the Market.

 

6
Water 6 Saplings.
Hint:Buy Saplings from the Nature tab of the Market.

 

 

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Peace is the Answer

1
Have 1 Workshop in your Kingdom.
Hint:Purchase a Workshop from the Market.

 

3
Have 3 Wooden Clubs. 
Hint:This item can be crafted after you build a Workshop. Buy Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

3
Sell 3 Wooden Clubs.
Hint:Craft in a Workshop then sell from your Inventory.

 

 

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Beastie Collection

2
Let 2 Beasties live in your Kingdom.
Hint:Perform activities in your Kingdom to attract Beasties or use a Beastie Potion.

 

1
Buy 1 Keep Off Sign to protect the Beasties from visitors. 
Hint:Buy in the Decor tab of the Market.

 

 

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Beastie Confection

2
Keep the 2 beasties safe a bit longer. They may just be hungry...
Hint:Perform activities in your Kingdom to attract Beasties.

 

 

5
Move 5 Animals away from the Beasties. 
Hint:Click Design Mode to move Objects.

 

4
Get 4 Mystery Meat to feed the hungry Beasties.
Hint:Ask Friends for Mystery Meat.

 

 

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Beastie Banishment

3
Rearm the Kingdom, Craft 3 Wooden Clubs.
Hint:This item can be crafted after you build a Workshop. Buy Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

2
Banish the 2 Beasties. Gus will be happy! 
Hint:Click on Beasties to Banish them.

 

 

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Purple Drink

20
Harvest 20 Grapes
Hint:Visit the Market for Grape Seeds.

 

5
Have 5 Pails of Water. 
Hint:Fish for Pails of Water.

 

2
Make 2 Grape Juices.
Hint:Craft Grape Juice in your Kitchen.

 

 

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Flies to Honey

7
Clear 7 grass to help Yvette find a frog to kiss.
Hint:Click Grass to Clear it.

 

10
Fish 10 times in a neighbor's kindgom to try and catch a frog. 
Hint:Click on the a Pond to fish from it.

 

 

15
Collect 15 honey to help make the kiss less gross.
Hint:Clear Flowers to find Honey.

 

 

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Beauty Rest

1
Have 1 Cotton Cloth for Yvette's bed sheets.
Hint:You must have a Studio and a Tailor to Craft this item. Purchase Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

 

1
Have 1 Wood Club, to knock Yvette out. This is gonna hurt! 
Hint:This item can be crafted after you build a Workshop. Buy Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

 

2
Have 2 Love Letters so Yvette can send them to a prince.
Hint:Ask Friends for Love Letters.

 

 

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Siren Song

15
Collect 15 Bass for a mermaid costume. No fish were harmed in the making of this costume.
Hint:Find by Fishing.

 

 

2
Collect 2 Shells to make a bikini top. I hear they are all the rage this season. 
Hint:Find by Fishing.

 

 

4
Have 4 Royal Jewels for Yvette's mermaid costume.
Hint:Ask Friends for Royal Jewels.

 

 

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Hairy Tale

2
Own a second Maiden's Tower for Yvette to hang her hair out of.
Hint:Click on the Market to buy a Maiden's Tower.

 

 

7
Have 7 Gloom Wolf Hair so Yvette can have REALLY long hair. 
Hint:Find by Banishing Wolves.

 

 

2
Have 2 Dye Kits so Yvette's roots aren't showing.
Hint:This item can be crafted after you build a Studio. Buy Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

 

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Spinning Wheels

3
Tax 1 Building in 3 Unique neighbor's kingdoms to discover the man's name.
Hint:Visit neighbor's and look for the coin indicator above houses.

 

 

1
Have a Tailor so Yvette has somewhere to work. 
Hint:Buy a Tailor in the Market.

 

20
Have 20 Wheat Bundles to spin into gold.
Hint:Place Farm Plots to grow Crops.

 

 

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The Fairest One

1
Construct 1 Mining Camp.
Hint:Buy in the Resources tab of the Buildings section of the Market.

 

3
Collect from a Mining Camp 3 Times. 
Hint:Click on the Mining Camp to harvest it.

 

1
Have 1 Iron Pick so the short miners can work.
Hint:You must have a Workshop and a Blacksmith for this craft. Purchase Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

 

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If the Shoe Fits

2
Have 2 Cotton Cloth for a Gown. Yvette needs a new dress anyway.
Hint:You must have a Studio and a Tailor for this craft. Purchase Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

 

8
Collect 8 Sand to make a glass slipper for Yvette's slipper scheme. 
Hint:Go Fishing to find sand.

 

 

1
Visit 1 Friend's Kingdom to take Yvette to the ball.
Hint:Click on the Neighbor Bar to Visit.

 

 

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Hoodwinked

1
Have 1 Thief Cloak to venture into the woods with.
Hint:Banish Thieves to find Thief Cloaks.

 

25
Have 25 Tomatoes to color the cloak red and guard against skunks. 
Hint:Place Farm Plots to grow Crops.

 

 

5
Have 5 Mystery Meat so Yvette has something to take to Grannie.
Hint:Ask Friends for Mystery Meat.

 

 

 

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The Savage Beast

10
Clobber Gloom Wolves 10 times to find one suitable to change into a Prince.
Hint:Click Beasties to Clobber them. Use a Gloom Wolf Potion to draw some out.

 

 

3
Have 3 Rope to tie the Gloom Wolf up so Yvette can find her prince. Kinky! 
Hint:This item can be crafted after you build a Workshop. Buy Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

 

1
Have 1 Cotton Leggings so the beast has pants to wear.
Hint:This item can be crafted after you build a Studio. Buy Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

 

 

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Career Woman

1
Have 1 Wool Tunic so Yvette has new clothes while she's on the road.
Hint:This item can be crafted after you build a Studio. Buy Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

 

1
Have 1 Cotton Leggings for Yvette to wear during her tour. 
Hint:This item can be crafted after you build a Studio. Buy Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

 

5
Tour 5 Unique neighbors' Kingdoms to help promote Yvette.
Hint:Click on the Neighbor Bar to Visit.

 

 

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Color Girl

5
Buy 5 Peacocks for Yvette's new show. It sounds exotic!
Hint:Purchase Peacocks from the Animal tab in the Market.

 

 

2
Have 2 Dye Kits so Yvette can make everything colorful. 
Hint:This item can be crafted after you build a Studio. Buy Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

 

8
Have 8 Fairy Wings to really add some flair to her outfits.
Hint:Ask Friends for Fairy Wings.

 

 

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Wild Thing

5
Have 5 Leather for Yvette's hot new show.
Hint:This item can be crafted after you build a Studio. Buy Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

 

1
Have 1 Iron Bar so Yvette can make a collar for her show. 
Hint:This item can be crafted after you build a Workshop. Buy Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

 

7
Tour 7 Friends' Kingdoms to perpare everyone for Yvette's show.
Hint:Click on the Neighbor Bar to Visit.

 

 

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Shining Star

3
Collect 3 Rubies for Yvette's new dress.
Hint:Mine Rocks or Harvest Mining Camps to find Rubies.

 

5
Collect 5 Silver Ore to make Yvette's dress glamorous 
Hint:Mine rocks or harvest a Mining Camp..

 

 

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Fan Mail

10
Have 10 Parchment so Yvette can reply to her fan mail.
Hint:This item can be crafted after you build a Studio. Buy Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

 

10
Have 10 Ink, this is gonna take a while... 
Hint:This item can be crafted after you build a Studio. Buy Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

 

1
Buy a lantern so Yvette can work through the night.
Hint:Purchase a lantern from the Decoration Tab in the Makrket.

 

 

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Big Trip

1
Change your Character's Outfit.
Hint:Customize your Character any way you see fit!

 

 

2
Have 2 Chocolate Bars to snack on while you explore for Yvette's Old Farm House. 
Hint:This item can be crafted after you build a Kitchen. Buy Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

 

2
Don't forget to feed the animals before you leave. Feed 2 Animals to Adulthood.
Hint:It takes multiple feedings to grow an animal to adulthood. You can also craft or buy Animal Treats to do it instantly.

 

 

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Homecoming

1
Explore to find Yvette's Old Farmhouse in the Gloom. The foundation is probably all that's left.
Hint:It is probably in disarray now and just the foundation is there. Yvette mentioned it had red mushrooms growing by it.

 

 

6
Have 6 Spyglasses to look for Yvette's Old Farmhouse. 
Hint:Ask Friends for Spyglasses.

 

 

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Rebuilding

4
Buy 4 Rivers to replace the old dried up creek.
Hint:Buy Rivers from the Market in the Nature tab.

 

 

6
Clear all the roots in the yard. 
Hint:Click on roots to Clear them.

 

 

1
Build Yvette's Old Farmhouse.
Hint:Click the foundation to construct Yvette's Old Farmhouse.

 

 

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Housekeeping

2
Have 2 Wool Cloth to dust the house with.
Hint:You must have a Studio and Tailor to craft this item. Purchase Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

 

25
Earn 25 Reputation Hearts. 
Hint:Visit Neighbors and do activities in their Kingdom to earn Reputation Hearts.

 

 

5
Clear away 5 rocks, plants or trees.
Hint:Some nature items will take several clicks to clear. You can also clear tree stumps.

 

 

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Flower Arranging

8
Have 8 Regal Hoes to help with the clearing.
Hint:Ask Friends for Regal Hoes.

 

 

10
Tend the flowers near Yvette's old farmhouse. 
Hint:Flowers take some time until you can tend them again.

 

 

5
Banish 5 Beasties, nasty creatures of the Gloom.
Hint:Click on Beasties to Banish them.

 

 

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Lunch Time

1
Have some Pizza.
Hint:This item can be crafted after you build a Kitchen. Buy Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

 

1
Have 1 Cloth Apron. Don't want Pizza sauce getting on your outfit! 
Hint:This item can be crafted after you build a Studio. Buy Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

 

1
Put your Cooking to good use. Use one cooking item.
Hint:Use items in the Consumables section of your Inventory.

 

 

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Fishing Trip

10
Fish in 10 Neighbors Kindgoms. Daddy would fish while I gathered mushrooms.
Hint:Visit a Neighbor and Fish in their pond or barrel. Yes, you can fish out of some barrels.

 

 

3
Clear 3 Mushrooms to look for clues. 
Hint:Click Mushrooms to Clear them.

 

1
Use 1 Fishing Bait from your Inventory.
Hint:Fishing Bait will yeild better loot! You can either Craft or purchase Fishing Bait.

 

 

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Me Time

10
Help Yvette relax by Harvesting 10 Strawberries in your Kingdom.
Hint:Click on Empty Farm Plots to plant Crops.

 

 

3
Relax Yvette with some Bubbly Grog. She'll need 3. 
Hint:This item can be crafted after you build a Kitchen. Buy Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

 

10
Have 10 pails of water to make Yvette a yummy bath.
Hint:Fish to uncover the Pail and other items in the pond. It takes some time for the pond to restock.

 

 

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Afraid of the Dark

2
Have 2 Candles to light the way.
Hint:This item can be crafted after you build a Studio. Buy Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

 

1
Have 1 Knife for Yvette to use as protection. 
Hint:This item can be crafted after you build a Workshop. Buy Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

 

10
Have 10 Whetstones to get the knife nice and sharp.
Hint:Ask Friends for Whetstones.

 

 

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The Golden Egg

10
Have 10 Parchment for Yvette's note.
Hint:This item can be crafted after you build a Studio. Buy Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

 

1
Have a Bottle of Ink to write with. 
Hint:This item can be crafted after you build a Studio. Buy Crafting buildings in the Market.

 

 

10
Visit 10 different Neighbors' Kingdoms to leave copies of the note - just in case.
Hint:Click on the Neighbor bar to visit their Kingdoms.

 

 

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i finished the Afraid of the Dark quest and Yvette stopped for her quest in which the next should be The Golden Egg quest, can anyone help me what to do to continue Yvette's quest pls, it should be the last one...thanks in advance

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I completed the Ivette tending flowers at old house plus the regal and 5 beasty quest. Now its time for another quest and suddenly she is asking for same quest all over again.. a BUG?

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i have this problem i bugged the Exploration Crystals limit (1386 i got) and now quest givers ask me to craft more and i cantapparently i also can't sell the ones i have or open new areas yet, anyone know how i can fic this?

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PEOPLE STUCK ON HOUSEKEEPING (OR MAYBE AFTER) FALLOW THIS LINK AND CLICK THE BAIND-AID. STUCK ON THAT PART FOR TWO WEEKS TILL I REPORTED IT THEN THE NEXT DAY IT WAS FIXED...UNFORTUNATELY 2 STEPS LATER IT FROZE ON ME AGAIN :(

HINT: BE SURE TO FINISH THE QUEST IN YOUR OWN KINGDOM!!!!
http://support.zynga.com/CP_ArticleView_WebFull?custlayoutid=1&gameId=223&Id=kA160000000Gqr3CAC&lang=en_US&layout=WebFull&layouttmpl=Tmpl_WebFull_1&loc=en_US

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You'll have to wait until you level up to get more quests from her. You don't have to give the items that they request.

On the Golden Egg quest, I was able to finish it ONLY if I finished the quest in my kingdom. Meaning, visit your neighbors first, THEN collect the parchment and ink.

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I've finished the "Purple Drink" Quest and she stopped giving me quests. She asked for two buttons and now she wants a HorseHoe, which i don't have. I don't know what to do...please help

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Well, I have 9/10 visits to neighbors and tryed so many times. When the messige to facebook comes up I get error. Diferent error everytime. I wrote up a few:
FF96-CAA0, DFF8-CFD8, EOA9-D1D2, C22C-2C15, 0973-BB5F, 782F-1FAE, 61AB-59BC, 9AA4-7E33

Any ideas?

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In the quest for Yevette, "The Golden Egg" I have visited 10 neighbors and the quest completes, but when I share the reward I keep getting you lost the magic and I have to reload the game. Then I have to redo that part of the quest. Did that like 4 times already. Who do I contact for this problem?

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You can craft the button in the studio.  But, she'll just ask for another button 24 hours after you give her one.  It's not required to give the items NPCs ask for at this time.  So I wouldn't give them unless you have the various items to spare.

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how do you find the button? there doesnt seem to be a quest just says a button will make her happy... Where can i find the button since it is not something you can buy and i don't have enough crowns

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From what I understand, after completing the Housekeeping Quest, a note should have dropped from Yvette's father, in front of the Old house.  Afterwards, she askes you to "Come find me and we can continue the search". after reading it, the quest for Flower Arranging was supposed to pop-up when clicking her. I wouldn't do anything with the horseshoe unless you have the materials to spare. I am not seeing anything that indicates that it's a requirement for Flower Arranging.

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i've completed the housekeeping quest on my neighbours land as i collected the 25 heart,when i went back home Yvette is asking now for a horseshoe, should i give her that or wait for the series to continue, don’t know if the quest will continue later on to the flower arranging quest.??????

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@ Angelique Penders 

Big Trip and the 9 quests that follow it that are part of the Father's Love quest chain are in level ranges 22 through 25.

edit: this quest chain will pop-up as soon as you reach level 22

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Hello, What level or quest do I need to complete to start Yvette `s Big trip. Everything before that is finished

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How to find button ??

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Small Update:

Revised "Wild thing" quest with updated information. The first requirment is now 5 Leather instead of Leather Pants.

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