Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Tips and Tricks – List of every Crafting Material and Resource

Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Guide and Tips - Full List of EVERY Animal

Craft yourself the finest campsite possible

Animal Crossing Pocket Camp is here at long last, and with it comes a whole new world of crafting, collecting and paying off massive loans.

Of course, no crafting system in any game would be complete without a massive list of materials and resources to pore over. Except this one is actually fairly modest in size – that’s nice.

Below you’ll find all of the materials you’ll find in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp, where you can get them from and what you should use them for.

Wood
Rarity: Common
Sells for: 10
How to collect: Fulfil requests for villagers
Fulfil Timed and Stretch goals
Utilise flower trade

Wood is the core building block of many pieces of furniture – especially the wooden ones. Luckily you should have plenty of Wood if you regularly fulfil requests.

Cotton
Rarity: Common
Sells for: 10
How to collect: Fulfil requests for villagers
Fulfil Timed and Stretch goals
Utilise flower trade

Another common, yet incredibly important crafting material. Cotton is essentially to craft many pieces of furniture, such as bedding and carpets, but also amenities.

Preserves
Rarity: Common
Sells for: 10
How to collect: Fulfil requests for villagers
Fulfil Timed and Stretch goals
Utilise flower trade

Preserves don‘t come around quite as often as some materials, but it’s not used for as much either. There’s a few select pieces of furniture that you’ll want to ensure you have some preserves saved for.

Paper
Rarity: Common
Sells for: 10
How to collect: Fulfil requests for villagers
Fulfil Timed and Stretch goals
Utilise flower trade

If you want to lay down some new flooring or even stock up on crayons, you’ll need paper to go along with it. Another fairly common crafting material, you shouldn’t run out of this very often.

Steel
Rarity: Common
Sells for: 10
How to collect: Fulfil requests for villagers
Fulfil Timed and Stretch goals
Utilise flower trade

Steel is essential to many structures and pieces of furniture, especially if you’re aiming for that cool aesthetic. Luckily, most animals will be handing this out in return for requests being filled.

Cute Essence
Rarity: Uncommon
Sells for: 50
How to collect: Fulfil requests for “cute” villagers
Fulfil Timed and Stretch goals
Utilise flower trade

The Cute Essence is important for many pieces of cute-themed furniture and amenities, and can be hard to come by. Make good friends to cute villagers to stock up on this.

Natural Essence
Rarity: Uncommon
Sells for: 50
How to collect: Fulfil requests for “natural” villagers
Fulfil Timed and Stretch goals
Utilise flower trade

Natural Essence is like cute essence – to get that rustic, camping feeling, you’ll need to use plenty of this in your furniture and amenity crafting. Get talking to natural villagers.

Sporty Essence
Rarity: Uncommon
Sells for: 50
How to collect: Fulfil requests for villagers
Fulfil Timed and Stretch goals
Utilise flower trade

Sporty Essence is important for furniture pieces such as the Bicycle, or the Surfboard. It’s one of the seemingly lesser-used essences, but just as important all the same to match your theme.

Cool Essence
Rarity: Uncommon
Sells for: 50
How to collect: Fulfil requests for “cool” villagers
Fulfil Timed and Stretch goals
Utilise flower trade

The Cool Essence will give your campsite the very, erm, essence of coolness, especially if you use it in your furniture crafting – well, it’s not like you have a choice if you want to capture that cool aesthetic.

Rustic Essence
Rarity: Uncommon
Sells for: 50
How to collect: Fulfil requests for “rustic” villagers
Fulfil Timed and Stretch goals
Utilise flower trade

The rustic essence in new material added with a whole bunch of new villagers. You can use it to make new rustic amenities.

Hip Essence
Rarity: Uncommon
Sells for: 50
How to collect: Fulfil requests for “hip” villagers
Fulfil Timed and Stretch goals
Utilise flower trade

Hip essence acts just like the other essences in the game. You get from villagers with particular personality types, and it’s used as a crafting material for

Friend Powder
Rarity: Uncommon
Sells for: 10
How to collect: Fulfil requests for villagers
Fulfil Timed and Stretch goals

Friend Powder is just like most materials and is required for certain pieces of furniture or amenities to be built, but it seems to be much harder to come by. Check out the Timed and Stretch goals to see which offer this, and also make sure to visit other players’ campsites and give them Kudos.

Sparkle Stones
Rarity: Rare
Sells for: 100
How to collect: Fulfil Timed and Stretch goals

Sparkle Stones are by far the rarest material currently available in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp – just as well, because we’re struggling to find out what it’s actually used for. Looks like Sparkle Stones will be reserved for the most expensive or extravagant furniture and amenities.

Snowflakes
Rarity: Event-tied
Sells for: 10
How to collect: Fulfil requests in addition to Timed and Stretch goals

Snowflakes are an event-tied item that it used as crafting material for event-tied items.

Candy Cane
Rarity: Event-tied
Sells for: 10
How to collect: Fulfil requests in addition to Timed and Stretch goals

Candy canes are essential crafting material for holiday event items. Sadly, these will only be available for about a month every year.

Countdown Charm
Rarity: Event-tied
Sells for: 10
How to collect: Fulfil requests in addition to Timed and Stretch goals

Countdown Charms are similar to Candy Canes – once the New Year event is gone, they will be too. These are used to craft New Year event items. We’re pretty sure you’ll still be able to use them next year, though.

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