Animal Crossing: New Horizons: Secrets Tom Nook doesn’t want you to know

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons
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Network in real life

If this quarantine has done anything useful, it’s that it taught the vast majority of Americans how to network from home. Doing so with your friends that play Animal Crossing: New Horizons is ridiculously beneficial and occasionally silly.

From letting people know what kind of fruit you have to constantly posting your current turnip prices, there’s a lot of ways you can get this done correctly so you can really help each other make bells.

Don’t be a dummy though. Don’t spam Facebook. Make a Facebook group or, better yet, use a Discord that’s well-organized. I made my own Discord for people I know and trust and it seems to be working pretty well. This way the people I know that don’t care about Animal Crossing: New Horizons don’t disown me.