Complete List of Village Life Quests & Materials

Below you will find the complete list of quests (a.k.a. goals or missions) for Playdemic’s Village Life. Right next to them are the items/materials needed to complete it. Mind you, many of the tasks below, like “light a firecamp” are done almost in a daily basis.

Some people don’t consider these “quests” but merely what materials are needed in order to be able to Craft, Farm, Forage or Build some Village Life object.


[box type=”shadow”]We also added the complete list of village life items, these include buildings, decors, tools and food.[/box]

Just in case you notice there’re tools, food or any other object missing, don’t hesitate in leaving a comment pointing it out.

QUEST MATERIALS
GATHER MUSHROOMS 1 Gloves + 1 Flint Towel
WATER WELL 5 Flint Shards + 1 tin Hammer + 4 Pine Planks
BUILD A DANCE AREA
BUILD FARM HOUSE TINY 8 Mud + 8 Pegs & Dowels + 10 Grass
GATHER BLACKBERRIES 1 Rope + 1 Basket + 1 Pine Box
GATHER PEARS 1 Basket + 1 Basic Ladder + 1 Tin Knife
GATHER GOOSEBERRIES 1 Bronze Knife + 1 Large Basket
BUILD A BABY CRECHE 5 Pine Planks + 5 Blankies
BUILD A FENCING DUMMIE 18 Pine Planks + 5 Blankies
FLUTE 1 Knife + 8 Tin
TOY RATTLE 5 Pine Planks + 5 Beads + 1 Tin Knife
YOGA MAT 5 Mud + 5 Vines + 3 Dye
JUGGLING CLUBS 10 Pine Planks + 3 Varnish + 2 Flint Shards
MUD SHELTER 20 Pine Planks + 15 Mud + 1 Flint Pick
SKIPPING ROPE 5 Pine Planks + 2 Tin + 1 Rope
SANDSTONE CAMPIRE 8 SANDSTONE
READING BOOK 5 Grass + 1 Copper Hammer + 3 Birch
FARM TOMATOES 1 Birch Box + 1 Tin Trowel
UPGRADE FOOD STORE 2 12 Birch + 1 Copper Hammer
UPGRADE RESOURCE STORE 2 12 Birch + 1 Tin Hammer
MAKE FLOWERBED 2 Seed + 10 Mud
SUN LOUNGER 8 Birch + 1 Bronze Knife + 5 Grass
PADDLING TOOL 5 Water + 1 Sandstone Hammer + 16 Sandstone
RESCUE BURIED SQUIRREL 1 Tin Pick + 15 Rock Salt
DECORATE CHRISTMAS TREE 1 Basic Ladder + 25 Baubles + 5 Glitter
SAND PIT 12 Sandstone + 1 Copper Pick
GINGER BREAD HOUSE 1 Copper Hammer + 15 Ginger + 3 Gum Drops
WOODEN ABODE 14 Birch + 12 Grass + 1 Tin Hammer
GATHER ELM 1 BRonze Axe + 1 Pine Box
GATHER IRON 1 Birch Box + 1 Sandstone Pick
UPGRADE FOOD STORE 3 25 Elm Planks + 1 Iron Knife
UPGRADE WORKSHOP 2 20 Sandstone + 18 Copper + 1 Tin Knife
HELP WOUNDED DEER 1 Bandages + 14 Herbs + 50 Hazelnuts
GATHER COTTON 1 Elm Box + 1 Gloves
HELP HOMELESS DUCKS 20 Flint Shards + 5 Duckweeds + 30 Clay
KNITTING NEEDLES 2 Copper + 1 Bronze Chisel + 6 Grass
FARM WHEAT 1 Pine Box + 1 Bronze Trowel
LYRE
Farm Cabbage 1 Burlap Sack + 1 Tin Trowel + 1 Copper Pitchfork
Gather Cotton 1 Elm Box + 1 Gloves
Craft Writing Paper 5 Reeds + 1 Iron Knife + 14 Ink
Farm Rice 1 Iron Pitchfork + 1 Bronze Trowel
build stone cottage 50 flint shards + 16 birch + 1 sandstone hammer
Craft Bongos 10 Limestone + 1 Copper Hammer + 4 Grass
Upgrade Water Store 2 16 Birch + 1 Flint Pick
Wooden Cabin 30 Birch + 32 Reeds + 1 Copper Axe
Potter’s Wheel 14 Limestone + 1 Iron Hammer

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43 thoughts on “Complete List of Village Life Quests & Materials”

    1. I’ve just unlocked the painting easel.

      Materials needed to craft it:

      1 elm box
      28 reeds
      10 cotton

  1. Hi I noticed this one was blank:
    Build a dance area = 5 Mud & 5 Flint Shards
    Also needs to be unlocked with a key first
    :-)

    Do you know whereabouts the flowerbed is? I can’t see it. What’s it near?

    1. The wounded deer is lying there, tangled in some thorns. It’s in plain sight: close to the reeds, gooseberries and pear tree (upper and right side of the screen).

      The bad news is, you have to reach level 20 to start the quest to help it get healthy again.

      I’m level 25 and I still can’t complete the quest because I need to unlock a lot of stuff first:

      1 bandage (requires 50 reeds + 50 cotton to be made)
      14 healing herbs (that you can get by asking friends)
      50 hazelnuts

      I hope this helps!

  2. Where is the buried squirel? cant find it anywhere?! also, what tools/supplies do i need to unlock carrots?

    Any other updates on unlocking things would be great.

    Thank you!

  3. The Knitting needles requirements is wrong and caused me to waste keys. You need 2 copper, a copper chisel, and red dye, not grass.

    1. nevermind, I figured it out. it’s a pine box and a tin pick in case anyone else wants to know.

  4. Please post how many keys it takes to complete the task. I get so very few keys, and try to get the ability go grow rice only to get to the next level I have to do a pitchfork. When I click on that, it requires 2 keys to unlock elm and 2 keys to unlock iron. So far, that is 6 keys. I could have used those keys for better purposes. It is very frustating.

    1. honestly, the fastest way to level up (which is how you get keys) is to get married. keep them happy and they will play with the fun objects. this increases your leveling up capability.

  5. Spring Fever items:
    Candle dinner: 4 table parts=5 pine & 3 tin= 1 table part
    5 food hampers= 4 strawberries & 10 almonds = 1 food hamper
    20 candles-from neighbors

    Love tower: 5 building supplies= 8 mud & 5 flint
    5 costumes= 5 vines & 6 grass= 1 costume
    100 love potions -from neighbors

    Naughty painting: 7 paint pots=10 clay & 7 copper
    25 paints-from neighbors
    12 canvases=6 grass & 10 birch= 1 canvas

  6. Wooden Lodge materials:

    1 Iron Axe
    40 Elm
    32 Reeds

    Note: It’s WAY BETTER to unlock shelters with more beds if you have the keys to do so. I.E.: Villager wants “Stone House” (only 2 beds) but I unlocked “Wooden Lodge” (with 6 beds). The number of keys needed to unlock both shelters are usually the same and villagers won’t want to move to a new shelter for a long long long time (especially if you unlock the last and bigger shelter, like I just did), also you will have MORE ROOM for new villagers. :)

    1. how can someone get rid of a task? i have too many and want some of them to go away too many keys and gems needed

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