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Crafting is run by Cyrus and Reese in the game. A player will select a craft and call Cyrus and Reese to place the order. Once the craft is finished, Cyrus and Reese will then deliver the item to the player.
Crafting is a key mechanic in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp as most furniture, exclusive clothing, and all amenities are made through crafting. In order to host new animals and max out the possible amount of friendship with other animals (as well as unlocking additional furniture), it is necessary to craft furniture and amenities.
Basics[edit | edit source]
To access the Craft Menu, select the second menu at the bottom titled Craft. The menu that then appears is split into several sections.
Amenity Workbench[edit | edit source]
This is where progress of an amenity being crafted is shown. There is only one amenity workbench in the game which means, unlike regular workbenches, only one amenity can be crafted at any given time.
Regular Workbenches[edit | edit source]
This is where progress of furniture and clothing being crafted is shown. The player by default starts with one workbench, but it is possible to purchase the remaining two workbenches for 80 Leaf Tickets each.
Types of Crafting[edit | edit source]
Directly under the workbenches is a row of icons representing the various types of crafting. The types of crafting are:
- Special Crafts (Typically craftable using Leaf Tickets)
- Furniture Crafts
- Clothing Crafts
- Amenity Crafts
Each craft type is further subdivided into more categories (eg. Furniture is split into Tables, Chairs, etc.).
Craft Selection[edit | edit source]
Under the rows of icons is the craft selection screen where a player can select the item they wish to craft.
The Bells number displayed is the amount of Bells needed to craft the item. Tapping the item will bring up a sub-menu displaying the required materials needed to craft the item as well as the option to check the Details screen.
Craft Selection Details[edit | edit source]
This screen will again show the materials and bells needed to craft the item as well as list the villagers who love the item. If a villager loves an item, this means that this furniture is required in order for the player to invite that villager to the campsite.
This screen also displays other information like the variation (eg. There may be multiple variations of a piece of furniture, such as Lovely Chair (Basic) and Lovely Chair (Lovely Pink)), sell price, craft time, and animal reaction (if there is one).
To craft the item, simply tap the Craft it! button which will then show an animation of the player's character calling Cyrus and Reese to place the order. The order will then show up on a player's workbench.
Using Leaf Tickets[edit | edit source]
It is possible to use Leaf Tickets to expedite the crafting process. Leaf Tickets can be used to:
- Pay to immediately complete crafting.
|Time Remaining||Leaf Ticket Cost|
|Less than 10 minutes||1|
|Less than 30 minutes||2|
|Less than 1 hour||4|
|Less than 3 hours||15|
|Less than 6 hours||30|
|Less than 9 hours||45|
|Less than 12 hours||55|
|Less than 15 hours||68|
|Less than 18 hours||80|
|Less than 21 hours||93|
|Less than 24 hours||100|
|Less than 27 hours||110|
|Less than 30 hours||120|
|Less than 33 hours||130|
|Less than 36 hours||140|
|Less than 39 hours||150|
|Less than 42 hours||160|
|Less than 45 hours||170|
|Less than 48 hours||180|
|Less than 51 hours||190|
|Less than 54 hours||200|
|Less than 57 hours||210|
|Less than 60 hours||220|
|Less than 63 hours||230|
|Less than 66 hours||240|
|Less than 72 hours||250|
- Be a substitute for any missing materials. The conversion rate differs depending on how much of the material is missing from the craft. The conversion for materials to Leaf Tickets is as follows: