[Spoiler Alert: This entry contains details regarding the Animal Crossing: New Leaf holiday called “Bunny Day”]
Wasabi News – Special Edition
Bunny Day Guide!
On 3/31, all the villagers of Wasabi were excited to celebrate Bunny Day! This latest major holiday was a ton of fun. There was a special guest named Zipper T. Bunny who dances at the Town Plaza for the entire day, waiting for players to show him decorated eggs and foil to receive items from the adorable Egg Series. While it’s not an official Bunny Day costume, townies are encouraged to wear their finest Bunny Outfit, much like Mayor Neko did!
While most of this holiday is spent collecting foil from eggs to receive the full Egg Series, there are some other bonus items you can get as well! This holiday is similar to the Bunny Day of ACCF, but with a few upgrades and changes! Here’s how it works:
Special Foil can be traded in for a framed photo of Zipper T. Bunny. Candy will give you nothing but empty calories and cavities.
Mayor Neko would like to share a few tips as well:
Bunny Day was so fun this year! I loved the new changes in this holiday. Finding eggs was so entertaining.
SPOILER ALERT: Here’s where you can find the six different types of eggs:
- Dig up a crack in the ground
- Break a rock
- Shake a tree
- Pop a floating balloon
- Fish in the river or pond
- Go diving
Zipper T. Bunny is very kind and will give you all the Egg Series furniture items in a row without duplicates for each Normal Foil that you give to him. Only once you’ve completed the full set will you start getting duplicates, which you can give to friends or sell for a profit!
Collect as many eggs as you can! Eggs will regenerate in the water, while diving and balloons keep flying overhead all day. Eggs that will not regenerate are those in trees, cracks and rocks. (i.e. You cannot shake a tree, get an egg, and then shake the tree for a second egg. One egg per tree.)
If you have multiple human characters in your game, use them! Each human character will get to play, so when you log in as a secondary character, new cracks in the ground will spawn, as well as rocks and other places to find eggs.
The Wasabi News hopes that this guide was helpful to anyone who might be curious about Bunny Day! Please feel free to post any questions in the comments section!