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36 ACNH Gyroid Fragments | How to Collect Animal Crossing Gyroid - Acbellsbuy


Gyroids return to Animal Crossing in a new way with Gyroid Fragments. The ACNH 2.0 update returns to Animal Crossing New Horizons.

The ACNH 2.0 update almost completes the complete set of Animal Crossing Items. Animal Crossing New Horizons gives players the utmost freedom with Animal Crossing Island Designs. From 9000+ ACNH Items, players can freely demine and combine into new island planning results. Each of our New Horizons Homes is a planner and designer of their island. After the 2.0 update, the return of 36 Gyroid Fragments allows players to have island layout ideas again. The purpose of Gyroid is to decorate your house or island. It can be placed in a room or added to an island clearing. It's all a nice view.

Planting Gyroid Fragments in Animal Crossing New Horizons

How to get Gyroids in Animal Crossing New Horizons?

Gyroids are obtained by farming from Gyroid Fragments. It means that to get Gyroids, you must get Gyroid Fragments first. The process of obtaining Gyroid Fragments is like growing Orange Tee, you need to dig a hole in the open field with the help of ACNH Tools Golden Shovel. After successful planting, Gyroid colors can be customized at DIY jobs. In ACNH, a gyroscope is a special trinket with a unique sound. Gyroids also swing freely when there is music around it. Gyroid Fragments can be easily found by following the steps below.

1. Take the Kapp'n Boat Tour Islands. Kapp'n journeys generally cost 1,000 Nook Miles. He will take you to a unique island. This unique island is different from Mystery Tour and cannot collect materials at will. This unique island supports only buried Gyroid Fragments. There can only be 1 Top Shard per island. Only one top shard can be collected per trip, which means you'll need to take the Kapp'n Boat Tour multiple times. This means you need at least 36000 Nook Miles.

2. Water the Gyroid Fragments plant. When you get home from the island, the player has to bury the Gyroid Fragments in the ground with a shovel and then bury the fragments in the hole. After that, the player should water the hole where they buried the shard. The process is the same as for hybrid roses. The difference is that hybrid roses also need to leave open space for expansion in advance. The player then has to wait a day and then return to where they buried the Fragments. Hybrid roses are watered for at least 3 consecutive days. When they dug it out, it grew into a full Gyroid. The color of the Gyroid planted is random. Players can modify the color through the DIY crafting table.

3. Buy from Acbellsbuy. As a professional trading ACNH Shop. Here each Gyroid Fragment costs just $0.38. In addition to the Gyroid Fragment, there is also the All Gyroids ×189 combo set. Long follow on Acbellsbuy and you will also get ACbellsBuy coupons. This will allow you to get more AC Items for the same price.

Gyroid Fragments require watering to mature. If you don't water your Gyroid Fragment, it won't grow. When you already have five Gyroids buried on your island, no new Gyroids will spawn from the rain! So, digging up old Gyroids is a must to make sure you always get a new Gyroid!

Kapp'n Boat Tour Islands only supports Nook Miles. Nook Miles is different from Nook Miles Tickets (NMT). ACNH Nook Miles Tickets (ACNH NMT) are used to explore Mystery Tour, you can bring fruits, wood, and even Bells from Mystery Tour back to your island. NMT can be redeemed for Nook Miles and can also buy Nook Miles Tickets from Acbellsbuy. However, Nook Miles can only be obtained through island exploration missions. In addition to redeeming Nook Miles Tickets, Nook Miles can also purchase some items from ACNH Nook Shopping, just like Animal Crossing Bells. In addition to paying at Nook Shopping, ACNH Bells can also be used at Nook's Cranny, ABLE Sister. All in all, the AC Bells payout presumably runs through the game.

36 Gyroid Fragments in ACNH

Full Gyroid List in Animal Crossing New Horizons. The page information will be updated and revised from time to time.

Aluminoid,  Arfoid, Babbloid, Bendoid, Bloopoid

Squeakoid,  Squeezoid, Stelloid,  Thwopoid, Tockoid

Tremoloid, Twangoid,  Wallopoid, Whirroid, Whistloid

Boioingoid, Boomoid, Brewstoid, Bubbloid, Bwongoid

Ringoid, Rumbloid,  Scatteroid, Spikenoid, Sproingoid

Clatteroid,  Crumploid, Dootoid,  Drummoid, Flutteroid

Jingloid, Laseroid, Oinkoid, Petaloid,  Rattloid, Xylophoid