Camp your own way
Some freedom I can’t appreciate though is in the customization of my living space which is made up of both a campground and an RV instead of hunting down items or clothing up stores and town them. I primarily become a hoarder in the new classes.
It’s all pretty simple, I collect items in the environment or by completing tasks then build the exact couch, lamp, tent, or whatever other items I wanted. This simplifies the randomized nature of item hunting and makes that hunt way newer.
Crafting does take real-world time to complete. A tenth upgrade process can last 12 actual hours. This is where pocket camps paid for a new currency. Leaf tickets come into play letting me skip over these engineering structures.
It sounds scary but after spending two weeks with the pocket camp I haven’t felt be urged by a single ticket. Yet, yes I could use more of them to more frequently enter the course, a gem collecting farm where you can earn more bells, the other in-game currency. But, that aspect of the game feels superfluous at best right now because I earned plenty of Bells for my other daily tasks but with some smart time management like setting those larger projects to craft overnight. I’ve never found a need for tickets outside of the ones I’ve earned for free by leveling up and higher animals.