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What do I do when I have no missions? (Closed)
I don't get it before I always had something to do, dory, marlin, or nemo would always give me stuff to do now the last few levels I have done the mission and had to wait and wait till I would finally get enough XP's and get to the next level and get new missions then the same thing... also I am wondering I do attract fish here and there....and I don't know if I am suppose to be attracting more and if so I don't know how. Last but not least every page I look at about Nemo's reef has all these combo codes like putting different plants and stuff together and it doesnt state what its for really....well thanks for the time <3 xoxox
Answer from: Almispalmis
Well, if you have 100% over all vitality and all the rare plants and fishes of the level you have nothing to do but collect and save sand dollars and algae. If your vitality is low I suggest you continue to plant mystery seeds. Keep at least one of each ornamental plant and rare plant you get. You get vitality points for the first of each ornamental plant. For the rare plants you get points for all plants and for the first of a new kind you will get a new fish. There is a maximum point you can get for rare plants at each level so if you exceed 100% vitality for rare plants you can sell off the duplicates of the low point plants. But always Keep at least one of each kind. The combos of live plants and ornamental plants are to get small fish. You don't see them unless you zoom in.
Answer from: LittleReef2013
Try this, put a yellow table plant next to red branches and see what happens, you can decide if you want to place a group of these together or not. another combo is Giant green grass with green cactus and light green marine shrub. Giant brown grass with flat rock and brown seaweed cluster. If you look at my reef you will see the groups of plants that attract small fish, zoom in to see the fish.
Posted on: 10-20-2014
Posted on: 10-02-2014
Posted on: 09-20-2014