Welcome to our Forge of Empires Wildlife Event 2021 guide!
This event is all about collecting Wildlife Tickets and Wildlife Coins.
And its coming on the 13th July 2021!
With the tickets, you can start a whole new minigame and get special advantages in it with the coins.
You start the event with 200 coins and 4 tickets.
For logging in every day you get another 40 coins.
Wildlife Event Quests
As usual in Forge of Empires events, this new event also knows an event quest series, which is divided into two parts.
First, you solve 34 rush quests.
Even though this is a completely new event, we can expect the usual quests here that we already know from many other events.
The 34 rush quests provide alternating tickets or coins as rewards.
Once you’ve completed all rush quests, you can move on to the daily quests.
One of which is unlocked every day, even if it has to wait in the background until the rush quests are completed.
The first daily quest then also delivers the event surprise box for the summer event.
For completing each of the 21 daily quests, you will either receive coins only or a ticket plus coins.
The incidents in and around the city occasionally can deliver either coins or tickets.
With a ticket, you can then start the new mini-game.
Wildlife Event Mini-Game
In it you see 8 x 11 colored stones.
If you click on a group of 2, 3, or 4 adjacent stones of the same color, they are removed from the game and all stones above them slide down accordingly.
If you click on a stone of a larger, contiguous, same-colored group, this stone is replaced by a box and all other stones of this group are removed from the game.
The box then contains a prize, which is more interesting the larger the group of stones was.
However, you get prizes only when they fall out of the playing field into the bowls at the bottom.
So the goal is to selectively remove such groups of stones from the game so that the prizes move purposefully downwards and will then be collected automatically.
Apart from the generated crates, there are then paws.
These paws should be the main focus because they bring us closer to the main prize of the event step by step, or paw by paw.
However, it is sometimes very difficult to achieve this.
That’s why there are tools.
Comparable to the archaeology event, 3 different tools are offered.
At the beginning, you get 5 hammers, 2 windmills, and a lightning bolt.
More tools can be bought individually or as sets with the collected coins.
The hammer specifically takes a single stone from the game.
It is the tool of choice when only a little is missing to make the prize tumble down.
The hammer’s effect is very manageable, and it will be especially popular with those who are not as comfortable imagining the effects of the more complex tools.
This is the simplest version of the game and is likely to be used by most players as well.
If you are more ambitious, you can of course also use the other two tools and achieve a lot more with them.
Only then does it make sense to purchase tools in the more attractively priced sets and not just buy hammers individually.
The windmill colors the neighbors to the right, left, top and bottom in the same color that the clicked stone already has.
This then creates a group of stones which creates a box. Crates and paws above it can come down quickly that way. So the tool is much more powerful than the simple hammer.
The lightning removes all stones with the color of the clicked stone. This then causes stones to move down everywhere.
This can mean enormous progress. However, some players have a hard time imagining the concrete effects of this move.
So with the tools, everyone has to consider what really helps based on their own preferences. Again, the simplest method should do in the end.
Admittedly, there can sometimes be very unfortunate situations, for example, a playing field completely without paws.
But then there are other playing fields where you can easily expose several paws right at the beginning.
Due to the large number of games, luck and bad luck should halfway balance out in the end.
With the collected coins you can also extend a game. Basically, I warn against hanging on to a game for too long.
Only extend if it is quite concretely foreseeable that one or more paws will surely fall afterward.
For everyone’s peace of mind, one thing should be said: If you remove groups of stones seriously, and in the end simply use the hammer if necessary, concentrating mainly on the paws to be collected and not using too many tools for clearing the crates, you will easily reach the main prize in the end without using any diamonds.
This main prize is a very visually appealing building with a 4×6 footprint.
It can be upgraded to level 7, with the last level giving the player a choice of 3 building options.
The bear, symbolic of defense, brings attack and defense for the defending army. The eagle, symbolic of attack, brings attack and defense for the attacking army.
Finally, the moose provides economic benefits in the form of more goods, forge points, and a permanent supply boost.
So there’s something for everyone, and so we can all look forward to soon having another very nice building in the city, the Mountain Reserve.