Animal Crossing players are “growing” weed and making dispensaries

Individuals have actually been making marijuana dispensaries in Animal Crossing for a long time. I imply, the last video game was called Animal Crossing: New Leaf — and after that there’s Leif, the garden enthusiast and arborist who constantly asks if he can purchase weed(s) off your island. With New Horizons’ custom-made styles, you make whatever the hell you desire, and gamers would personalize stands and panels for the best ambiance. However the 2.0 upgrade has actually presented a couple of option products that have actually permitted gamers to even more update their dispensary setups.

First, there’s the new schefflera plant — it’s not a marijuana plant, but it looks close enough to pass as one. Definitely closer than any plant that came before it. (Fun fact: the schefflera is also known as a “money tree” in some cultures, signaling prosperity of a different sort.)

Cluster these plants and combine them with convincing accent walls, furniture items, and the Happy Home Paradise DLC’s overheat lighting, and you’ve got Animal Crossing players growing their own weed — stocking their dispensaries with the best cannabinoids and terpenes New Horizons has to offer.

And then there’s Whistloid, one of the 2.0 upgrade’s gyroids that definitely does not look like a bong. Fans have taken to calling this little fella bongoid, and honestly, they’re right.

Finish this out with the new glowing moss, which can conveniently be crafted into a glowing-moss-jar-shelves item, perfect for a budtender to display their wares.

The Happy Home Paradise DLC has actually given gamers lots of chances to smash all this together to make dispensaries and weed greenhouses out of facilities. The hospital is a common candidate, however the café likewise works well for a chill yet caffeinated time.

Players are likewise turning villager villa into weed dens. A few of them are more apparent than others, like Bob’s ask for a “Blooming Indoor Garden.” However if you haven’t gotten Bob yet, I state don’t dream it, be it.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.