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- Developer: Disney
- Publisher: Disney
- Genre: Adventure General
- Release Date: Dec 20, 2012
- ESRB: Not Set
Question & Answers
What is considered a high vitality
I want to level up fast but i don't want my vitality to go down. How high should my vitality be before i get to the next level?
Answer from: susie
I would try to have my rare plants in the 90% range before leveling up. Vitality will go up and down throughout the game. It is best to complete all tasks before leveling up. I looked at your reef and also suggest you not keep so many ornamentals such as sky pillows. They take up a lot of room that you could use in planting corals and living. As you level up, the xp requirements become atrocious. You will need everything that gives good xp returns that you can find room for. Good luck!
Answer from: BSheer
My vitality in three areas is 100%, but not in the fish. I'm worried that I've deleted things they need. What's a good amount of algae and dollars to hang onto? As vitality goes up and down, should I keep lots of dollars and algae to be able to buy and pay for things down the line?
Answer from: susie
BSheer, you have not deleted anything the fish need. Your rare fish % depends on the rare plants you have grown to attract new rare fish. The Plants % includes your ornamentals, and will allways be 100%. Just keep one each of the ornamentals so that youb have plenty of room to plants seeds and productive living and corals. You will need plenty of dollars and algae to complete the game.
Posted on: 09-20-2014