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Bunny Day DIY Recipes In “Crossing: New Horizons”

How to get Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bunny Day

Bunny Day may be officially on Sunday 12th April in New Horizons, but your egg hunt begins from Wednesday, April 1st.

First, however, you need to ensure that you’ve downloaded the necessary patch for Bunny Day. You’ll know if you’ve done this currently because either Tom Nook or Isabelle will announce the upcoming Bunny Day event in their daily announcement.

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Bunny Day (Easter) old (Animal Crossing)

This morning, Joan was selling turnips for 108 bells apiece. I bought 1,000 of them.

Between my fountain and metal bench, Gala gave me a grapefruit table. It made for a very colorful photo.

And of course, today is Easter–also known as Bunny Day in Animal Crossing. Bunny Day first appeared in City Folk on Wii, but it’s more complicated this time around. It still has eggs you can dig up from underground…

But there are other types of eggs, too: Six in total. Zipper T. Bunny will tell you about them.

Aside from the buried earth eggs, you’ll also collect stone eggs from fake rocks, sky eggs from balloon presents, water eggs from fishing, tree eggs from shaking trees, and deep sea eggs from diving. So you’ll probably want a shovel, a fishing rod, a slingshot, and a wet suit.

You need to find one egg of each type before Zipper will give you the egg basket. At first, I thought that meant it would require six eggs for every piece of furniture. Fortunately, that’s not the case. You can eat any other eggs you find: Most of them will contain candy, but some will contain a winning ticket or a grand-prize ticket.

The candy isn’t helpful as far as Bunny Day is concerned. But the winning tickets can be exchanged for other pieces of egg furniture. The grand-prize ticket can be exchanged for Zipper’s pic. Each time you get a new item, Zipper sings a little song.

Zipper seems to be rather depressed and he hates his job. He also doesn’t like when you waste his time.

When I spoke to Kidd, he mentioned talking to Allie from Destiny. Allie is someone who came over once to get a bingo number back in February.

Tom wanted to stop over briefly, so I opened my gate for a bit. He came dressed as an Easter bunny…if an Easter bunny wore a dress.

He offered me a couple of his egg furniture items, but I declined; I wanted to complete the set on my own. After he left, one of the trees I shook contained a bee that I didn’t quite catch. It caught me instead. But with a swollen eye, I continued searching for eggs and checking their contents.

It took me a few hours or so, but I managed to collect all 15 items. That includes 12 pieces of egg furniture, one wall, one floor, and Zipper’s pic. If you’d like to double-check to see what you may be missing, here is a full list of everything:

By the time I finished, I also had 39 pieces of candy leftover.

I then went up to do my shopping run. Rolf wasn’t very supportive of my eye accident.

But I bought some medicine for my eye and then put my egg furniture in one of my rooms. This might make a good prize for a future giveaway, don’t you think?

And before I ended my game for the night, I decided to take a look at Zipper’s favorite quote. I wonder what inspirational message he might have for us all on this Easter Sunday:

“Hippity-hoppity wish-wash-whoa!” I couldn’t have said it better myself.


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