It is May and there are many new bugs to catch in Animal Crossing: New Horizons . Although players said goodbye to tarantulas in the Northern Hemisphere, the Scorpion has taken its place as the most aggressive but lucrative bug to catch.
As with the tarantula, there are proven techniques for harvesting scorpions. You can catch the scorpions faster and increase the clocks in your bank account by buying and selling them, especially to Flick. There are a few tricks to increase the scorpions' spawning speeds, allowing you to buy furniture for your home, island decorations, and outfits for yourself and your villagers.
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The only time you can catch scorpions is at night. Since scorpions are nocturnal, you can't find these angry bugs until 7pm. and 4 o'clock in the morning. For the Northern Hemisphere, players can find scorpions between May and October. Southern Hemisphere players can find scorpions from November to April. It's also worth noting that scorpions won't spawn if you have visitors to your island.
Approaching a scorpion can be a bit unnerving. Since a scorpion sting can send you back to your house, approaching these aggressive bugs can be a bit tricky. If you find a scorpion, make sure to equip your insect net and hold A as you approach. This ensures that you slowly encounter the bug. If the scorpion lifts its front legs, stop and do not move, as this is the scorpion's defensive stance. Go on and the scorpion will chase you. Once the scorpion puts its front legs down, it is safe to walk back there. This will happen a few times before you get close enough to catch the scorpion. This method requires a lot of patience.
If approaching a scorpion directly is too stressful for you, there is another safe way to catch these angry bugs. You can & # 39; fall & # 39; dig to catch scorpions, because unlike your character, scorpions cannot jump. The trick is to dig a few holes around you. Jump to the scorpion and lure it behind you. Once you've turned on the scorpion, run back to the holes and jump over the middle one. This will leave you within range of the scorpion, so it will continue to try to chase you, but beyond the range of the beetle's wretched sting. You can simply drop a net on the scorpion on the other side of the hole and catch it.
To breed scorpions, you may need to travel to a scorpion. few different Nook mystery islands. You will need to start traveling to the mysterious islands of Nook during the spawning times of the scorpion – between 7pm. and 4 o'clock in the morning. Before going to the islands, you should bring insect nets, shovels, axes, a ladder and a jumping stick. You will also need a bit of luck by your side (or a lot of Nook Miles) as you will have to keep traveling to mystery islands until you find the perfect one.
Bamboo islands are the best islands to make scorpion farms. This kind of island is completely flat – there are no rivers, there are no freshwater insects that can spawn, and chopping and digging up the bamboo is quite easy – so it's easy to clean up the island for scorpions. But getting the bamboo island takes a lot of luck and there is never a guarantee that you will get one.
To increase the spawning speed of scorpions, eliminate the conditions that allow other bugs to spawn. Cut down trees, dig up stumps, break rocks and pick every flower. You can leave all the resources on the beaches of the islands to clean up your inventory. Also don't forget to check out the rocks on the beaches. The wharf cockroaches will spawn at times, and you will have to scare them away to spawn more scorpions.
Scorpions go for an exceptionally high price. While you can fill in your Critterpedia or donate the first one to Blathers to fill your museum, it's often more fun to sell these bad guys and collect more of those sweet bells. Scorpions are one of the more valuable bugs: Nook & # 39; s Cranny pays 8,000 bells and Flick 12,000.