Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds

Familiar Forest


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Familiar Forest


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Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds is an MMOPRG where players take control of a character they chose and explore the beautiful and vibrant world as imagined by Studio Ghibli and Level 5. Familiars are an integral part of your adventure, providing buffs to your character, and aiding you in battle. The Familiar Forest is a safe haven where all familiars that you have acquired will hang out. However, the Forest offers more function than that. In our Familiar Forest guide we will discuss how this feature works and its other features.

Unlocking the forest is part of normal game progression; you’ll actually get a tutorial about it once you’re far enough in the game. Once unlocked, you can access it anytime by tapping the menu in the top-right corner of the screen, select Familiar from the list of icons to the left, then tap Forest.



While the name of this location is called the Familiars’ Forest, you won’t really be able to interact with your familiars.

Familiar Gift

You can collect gifts from the main Forest window. The more familiar types you have (duplicates not counted), the more gifts you’ll receive. If you have reached the maximum number of gifts, you won’t be able to receive any more gifts so don’t forget to collect them daily. Gifts become available every 2AM daily.
Familiar Forest

Decoration

You have the freedom to decorate your Forest using various objects like trees, tents, gardens, cottages, farm animals, and more. There are default decoration objects available but you can get more through the Sprout Point Shop. You can access the shop by talking to the Muse’s Higgledy, conveniently located inside your own Forest.
Familiar Forest



While in Editing mode, you can move around all static objects you’ve deployed in the field. Animals and NPCs will move around on their own so you don’t have to worry about them. As much as possible, try to place farmable objects like gardens and trees close together so you can easily manage them. Other decorative objects with no practical use can be placed wherever you want.
Familiar Forest

Gardens and trees can be watered and harvested. The crops you produced can also be exchanged for other items in the Sprout Point Shop. Since farmable items take time to get produced, it is highly suggested to deploy multiple gardens and trees to increase your yield per session. Please refer to our dedicated Farming page for more information about farming.

Recommended List

The recommended list features the Forest of 20 adventurers who meet the following conditions:
1. At least 10 objects placed in their Familiars’ Forest
2. Must be set so everyone can visit the Familiars’ Forest (For adventurers with the same amount of likes, the adventurer who received the likes first will appear on top)



An adventurer who didn’t log in for 7 days or more won’t make it to the Recommended List, as well as own characters that are excluded.

Familiar Forest’s Environment

An Environment is another location where you can set up your Forest. The default location is the Elemental Forest though the other location called Nameless Island is not available by default. To switch to a different environment, you have to get an Invitation Ticket from the Sprout Point Shop. The Nameless Island invitation ticket costs 500 Sprout Points.

After changing an environment, all visitors will be kicked out and any new objects compatible with the new environment will be placed. For example, gardens that you have deployed in the Elemental Forest won’t appear on Nameless Island.
Familiar Forest



That concludes our Familiar Forest Guide for Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds. For more Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds content, please check our other pages in this online guide for the game.







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