| ||The Big Billy Goat is a Fairy Tales critter. It eats Grass from a raised table. Considered a very rare creature, the Big Billy Goat will only visit a garden for 20-May minutes before leaving a garden unspotted.The Fairyland Big Billy Goat is attracted to gardens with any of the following: Nothing is known to deter the Big Billy Goat.|
The reward for spotting a Big Billy Goat is 8 diamonds. Every 10 Big Billy Goats you spot you will also be awarded the rare FairyTale Seed seed.
Set-Up Idea: *
- A RFH Fairytale Toadstool in the Rainbow Coloured Three Billy Goats Gruff Pot (Grass bubble).
- A RFH Fairytale Toadstool in the Golden Coloured Three Billy Goats Gruff Pot (Butter bubble).
- A RFH Fairytale Toadstool in the Lavender Coloured Three Billy Goats Gruff Pot (Knapweed bubble).
- A RFH Fairytale Toadstool in the Purple Coloured Three Billy Goats Gruff Pot (Nightshade bubble).
- 2 x Empty Rusty Bucket Pots for Knapweed and Nightshade.
- 1 x Raised or Low Table with Wild Berries
- FG Pink Cap Mushroom (or best you have available to you, we suggest the Pink Cap as all the other mushrooms have the same deterrent strength as the ones after, but the added benefit of being FG for longer) For optimum results plant FG Supershroom!
- Hopefully you should still have grass leftover from the Small and Medium-sized Billy Goats, but if not - leave out an empty RAISED table so once your fairy is spotted the grass will be placed onto the empty table. Remember! Whatever food you leave out for the fairy will transpire to be the grass left out for the other Billy Goats. So Organic for fairy will leave Organic for the other Billy Goat.
- Remember, whichever Toadstool is farthest left will be the one that is harvested first.
- Every Big Billy Goat attracted to your garden will harvest your Big Buttercup
* Note that suggestions are only guidelines. These are not the only or necessarily the best set-ups, but rather well thought out plans. Also, The Fairyland Connection recommends either Organic or Superfood simply because critters are more likely to get spotted that way - they can be substituted with normal food if desired.