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So by saving up all your shovels how far did you all get ?

I got up to the 4th prize with 617 shovels and all excavation prizes.
Here have a banana!!

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  • simp7fan
    4163 posts Member
    Wow, OP

    I had less shovels than last act, maybe 150. I just made it to the first prize and almost last excavation prize.
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  • cimddwc1
    142 posts Member
    I had 301 shovels and made the last excavation prize - which, by the way, is an actual bridge that can go across water, yay! - with 19 shovels left, and I almost got the 2nd prize of the act (the land token).
  • larsyuipo
    1137 posts Member
    I had 78 shovels and got to 6600 currency. How dompeople get so many shovels 0.o
  • cimddwc1 wrote: »
    I had 301 shovels and made the last excavation prize - which, by the way, is an actual bridge that can go across water, yay! - with 19 shovels left, and I almost got the 2nd prize of the act (the land token).

    Having the bridge go over the water is cool, thanks for saying. :)
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  • 94nt3nb31n
    257 posts Member
    edited June 2017
    it took me 14 minutes. maybe someone could start a timing thread so we can compare lengths.
  • the shorter the better :)
  • meinaz
    5440 posts Member
    I had 1055 shovels. I got over 53000 eye patches to get the fifth prize.
  • I started with 199 shovels and got through the fourth excavation prize. Only made it to the first prize on the prize track tho.

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  • 88KEYS62
    200 posts Member
    Had 507 shovels. Got all excavation prizes and halfway to third prize.
  • adruralo
    3292 posts Member
    480 shovels. All excavation prizes and third prize track.
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  • johncolombo
    11603 posts Senior Moderator
    450 shovels. All Excavation Prizes. Second track prize almost to third. Only need 3000 more museum rewards to get last craftable (mermaid petting zoo)
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  • Had 633 shovels. Got all of the excavation prizes and half way to prize #4 on the prize track.
  • 618 shovels. Got the first three prizes.
  • mystery2mi
    2359 posts Member
    400-something shovels got me all of the excavation prizes and almost to the 3rd prize. I had already crafted at least one of everything during Act 2. Having the Historical Society building helped alot with the specimens.
  • redec69
    185 posts Member
    edited June 2017
    How did people have so many shovels?

    Edit: nvm...for anyone else that's curious, from another thread: "even once you max out the shovels, you can go above the max by tasking each character individually as opposed to using the building to do it"
  • 651 shovels. All excavation prizes. First 3 TTT prizes.
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  • 328 shovels...it got me to 20668 (working on 3rd prize) eye patches, finished excavation gem prizes, and 14,000 specimen resources. All without spending any donuts *looks @meinaz* :p
  • meinaz
    5440 posts Member
    328 shovels...it got me to 20668 (working on 3rd prize) eye patches, finished excavation gem prizes, and 14,000 specimen resources. All without spending any donuts *looks @meinaz* :p

    I fully admit I spent donuts during act 1. I sped up Booberella many times because I wanted to dig more. I didn't need to spend them act 2, because I was already far ahead. There was really no reason for me to spend donuts except for my total lack of self control. :lol:
  • 717 shovels

    All excavation prizes first 4 regular prizes.

    Wish i did this for act 2
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  • I think I had around 475 shovels and the excavation prizes cleared and I still had around 215 shovels remaining. Working on the parrot. All craftables done, saving those for deciding what will be wanted for "designs".
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