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- Developer: Marvelous AQL
- Publisher: Natsume
- Genre: Strategy Breeding/Constructing
- Release Date: Nov 6, 2012
- ESRB: Everyone
Question & Answers
Answer from: Shining jade
You need to build their little bee houses. 4 types of bees. Honey Bees are yellow colored and are common in the River, Mountain, and Forest areas. The yellow bees will appear during Spring, Summer, and Fall, but just not in the Mountain Area during Summer and Fall. Western Honey Bee are pink colored and are found during Summer and Fall seasons in the Forest and Mountain area. They won't appear in the River area. Eastern Honey Bee are colored blue, are more difficult to find, and appear starting in year 2 or later. In Summer you might find it in the Forest area and in Fall it might appear in the Mountain. Mountain Honey Bee can only be found at the Ancient Ruins. The silver bee isn't very common so to conserve your hard-earned money, save your game before paying 120,000 G to travel to the ruins and reload your save game if you don't find any. Bees will produce every 6 days if it is sunny.
Honey Bee - 90%
Western Honey Bee - 10%
Eastern Honey Bee - 90% 312 G | 416 G | 520 G | 624 G | 728 G
Honey Bee - 10%
Western Honey Bee - 90%
Mountain Honey Bee - 10% 468 G | 624 G | 780 G | 936 G | 1092 G
Eastern Honey Bee - 10%
Mountain Honey Bee - 90% 1800 G | 2400 G | 3000 G | 3600 G | 4200 G
Normally a Beehive will produce 1 honey every 6 days, but you can increase the production of the hive by placing other hives next to it. When the corner of four active Beehives connect, the Beehives will double their production value. You can increase the production value to 3 honey per Beehive if you make 10 corner link-ups or more. This would require at least 18 Beehives and a lot of space to place them all.