Are you curious to find out what villagers give you which resources in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp? That’s exactly what we’re here to share with you in today’s article, helping you a lot in planning your resources and crafting for the future.
In case you didn’t know that already, each animal or villager has a special resource that they will always give you when you complete one of their requests.
Although one type of resource can be obtained from multiple animals, the same animal only has one preferred resource that you’re guaranteed to receive. This is what it’s extremely important to know them in order to plan your moves with ease.
And before checking out this handy guide, there’s another thing that you have to keep in mind: the higher the friendship level with a villager/animal is, the more resources you will receive from completing requests.
So it’s always good to be in great relations with all of the animals in the game in order to boost your resources even further.
Don’t forget to check out our complete tips and tricks article for the game, then read on for the Animal Crossing Pocket Camp guide to resources and animals that give them!
Even more, I am adding their preferred type below in order to make it easier for you to plan ahead the furniture you build, in order to be able to call them over sooner and have them stay at your camp for the hourly requests.
Pocket Camp Animals that reward you with Wood
Nature: Alfonso, Filbert, Hamlet, Punchy
Cute: Chrissy, Bunnie, Apple, Rosie, Lily, Peanut
Sporty: Hopkins, Kid Cat, Tad & Moe
Pocket Camp Animals that reward you with Cotton
Nature: Rex & Roald
Cute: Bitty & Maggie
Cool: Agnes & Tex
Pocket Camp Animals that reward you with Paper
Pocket Camp Animals that reward you with Steel
Nature: Beau, Eloise, Fauna, Goldie
Cute: Carrie, Ketchup
Sporty: Butch, Cheri, Flip, PeeWee
Cool: Cherry, Kyle, Roscoe, Sandy
Pocket Camp Animals that reward you with Preservatives
Now that you know what animal gives you what resource in the game, it’s easy to take advantage of the rotations and focus on completing requests for the villagers that will give you items you actually need. Hopefully you’ll find this as useful as I did!