Participating in the event rewards players with a unique prize: the Flower Goblin Epiphany. This flower-bedecked building comes with beneficial effects to culture, population, seeds, sentient goods and Ancient Knowledge.
As magical pollen drifts in the air of Elvenar, players can find additional buildings as they complete tasks for the Flower Goblin. The meditating Primordial Gecko boosts population and mana. The Tender Tag Team will boost your seed production as they bounce around to collect resources from the growing garden. The Soothing Pond – the place to be for poets who need a quiet retreat – will increase your city’s culture. There are also many pieces from last year’s event that will make a comeback, such as the Bumblebee Stables, which lets players recruit Drone Riders to bolster your Mercenary Squads.
As well as buildings and quests, there are six decorations to be found; five charming flowers and a powerful garden stone. Each item brings a magical bonus to the land, as well as continuing to bring more beauty. Pro-gardeners can also unlock Tomes of Blissful Springs and Tomes of Blossoming Artifacts; useful for unlocking past Spring Evolving buildings and the items players need to upgrade them. For those who invest in the Royal Prize pass the Hummingbird Temple awaits, bringing a massive population boost with it. There is also a chance to locate the arcane Ferris Wheel, which brings significant production enhancements.
The Naturally Amazing event and its many prizes (did we mention the SugarGlider avatar, a must-have for all gardening enthusiasts?) features the shuffle board, where rewards are hidden inside fairy seeds. Fairy seeds turn into enchanted flowers, which will lead players further down the lane of Grand and Royal prizes.
The Flower Goblin has many rewards ready for players who are willing to help him realize his floral dream, and he can be found in the magical world of Elvenar from 10th May.
More information about the event can be found here: https://youtu.be/TsnCWxaC1wc.