Jack’s Fright Night Scavenger Hunt started on October 21, 2020, and ended on October 28, 2020. It is the third part is a trio of events that connected to each other. It was preceded by Jack’s Creepy Conjuring and Fishing Tourney (Potions).
The Fright-Night Scavenger Hunt had players searching for Fright-Night Gyroidites. They are used to craft a variety of items that are connected to a specific Scavenger Hunt event. This time, the Gyroidites look like pumpkins, with glowing eyes, that are wearing purple witches hats.
I turned my camper into a Halloween-themed paint job.
Fright-Night Furniture Rewards included:
fright-night dance floor
There was also a fright-night stage, which required more fright-night gyrodites than I was able to collect. Sometimes, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp re-issues items. I might be able to buy it with Leaf Tickets if and when it reappears.
Fright-Night Clothing Rewards included:
pumpkin treat basket
purple fright-night hat
orange fright-night hat
I don’t know who this player was, but they made really good use of the mummy shirt and pants. The King Tut helmet was not part of the Fright-Night Scavenger Hunt.
There were a few more clothing items that players could obtain. Unfortunately, they all cost more Leaf Tickets than I happened to have at the time.
There were three Happy Homeroom classes connected to the Fright-Night Scavenger Hunt:
Fright Night is the first class in the series.
This class required the fright-night streetlight, the mummy shirt, and a barrel planter.
Ready to start!
The highlighted boxes show where the player needed to put the required items.
Fright Night 2 class required different items than the previous class did.
Ready to start!
This class required the orange fright-night hat, fright-night balloons, and a candelabra. It also wanted the fright-night dress but I didn’t have enough Leaf Tickets to buy it.
The highlighted boxes are the ones that show the items that the player needed to place. I swapped the fright-night dress with the trick-or-treat dress. Close enough?
I got two stars in this class, instead of three.
Fright Night 3 is the final class in this series.
This class required several of the same items that were part of the previous two classes. It wanted the fright-night dress and the fright-night stage – which I still didn’t have. For some reason, a cheese tart was also a required item.
Ready to start Fright Night 3 class!
The highlighted areas are the ones where the player had to put an item into.
I ended up with a total of seven ribbons. Not bad, considering there were items I didn’t have!
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp – Jack’s Fright-Night Scavenger Hunt is a post written by Jen Thorpe on Book of Jen and is not allowed to be copied to other sites.
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