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- Developer: Teamlava
- Publisher: Teamlava
- Genre: Adventure
- Release: Sep 21, 2012
- ESRB: Not Set
Question & Answers
Sister Sister quest, stuck
I have been trying to finish the quest sister, sister. It is taking me forever. I am level 50, and, have had no new quests for a while. Getting bored. Appreciate any information on possible future quests and how long I have to wait.
Answer from: Pam in Florida
I am a Level 47 player still have 11 of 20 inscriptions to go. I only got that far by using all of the gems I have earned in the game (including playing other new games) on the flowers / plants needed. This is a very, very long term challenge. I would guess it is going to take me another 2 months to finish.
-Collect as often as possible from Glimmergate and Greselda's Castle for fragments & shards. Also collect from Goddess Tree and Greselda's Dark Garden. I have received plants (yeah!) and dark seeds from these somewhat frequently (about once a week).
-Don't spend gems to create or grow dark seeds, instead use gems to acquire missing plants in the Royal Exchange. (Much better value!)
-Build 2 or 3 Conservatory buildings, you will never be out of fertilizer or piles of seeds.
Answer from: Castleland55
Hi, I am level 50 and seem to be have been working towards this challenge for months, agree with Pam above but think another 6 months - very fed up with it
Answer from: Nonna56
Hi. I am at level 46. In the list of crops to plant, towards the bottom of the list, you will find the Fellora plant. They take 2 days to grow, but will not only give you the Fellora flower (I have no idea what it's for yet), but it will also give many plants and seeds needed for sister sister quest. I have them constantly growing and using half my plot space used up growing them. However, I do notice even still the pitcher plant seems to be the hardest one to obtain from growing the seeds.
Answer from: Kaydeekay1
Fellows plants drop dark seeds.