Lolly’s Celestial Cookie is one of many cookies that players can obtain by spending 50 Leaf Tickets for one cookie. Lolly’s Celestial Cookie was released on August 1, 2020, and stayed available through October 30, 2020. The game reissues cookies, so there is a chance this one could reappear at the Fortune Cookie Stand.
In the screenshot above, my Pocket Camp character looks a little displeased by how much it will cost to obtain all of the items that come from this type of Fortune Cookie.
Here are some of the thing that come from Lolly’s Celestial Cookies:
There are some items that I still need to get when this cookie is reissued.
There are three classes that connect to the items that come from Lolly’s Celestial Cookie.
Starry Night is the first of three classes that include items from Lolly’s Celestial Cookie.
The Starry Night class requires the luminous bamboo, soaring stars, and starry yukata.
This is what the Starry Night class looks like at the start.
Here is what the Starry Night class looks like after the player puts the right items on the squares.
There are two more classes in this series. I skipped them because I didn’t have some of the items.
I took some screenshots of my Animal Crossing Pocket Camp friends using the Celestial items.
Bluebear and Sprinkle on the starry bench.
Bluebear and Rosie on the starry bench.
Rodeo and Flurry on the starry bench.
Bud and Goldie on the starry bench.
Rodeo stands next to the starry bench that Apollo and Bud are using.
Flurry and Jay share the starry bench. Each holds a blue fan with stars on it. My Pocket Camp character is standing on the starlit path and is holding the celestial lantern.
UPDATE: I finally got the glittering waterfall from the Lolly’s Celestial Cookie! This one is a special item not only because of its size, but also because it come with a memory.
Lolly is standing among starry flowerbeds and luminous bamboo. She is wearing the starry yukata (that was part of the set from Lolly’s Celestial Cookie).
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