The second installment of the critically acclaimed Little Alchemy series, Little Alchemy 2 puts the entire cosmos at your fingertips. The game’s premise may be straightforward, but it’s not always easy to implement the way you want it.
Similarly, Livestock is one of the components that can’t be brewed at will. So now, let us take you by the hand and lead you on the exciting road of making Livestock. Well, the solution is simple.
Domesticated animals used for food, clothing, and other products are known as livestock. Milk comes from cows, which are considered Livestock. wool can be made from sheep. You may do the same thing with Livestock and its various features.
It’s a convenient way to gain access to a wide range of animals. Meat from a cow, a chicken, a goat, or a horse. Once Livestock is made, everything will be at your fingertips. To make livestock, we need two primary ingredients: field and animal. Without further ado, let’s embark on an adventure into the waters of Little Alchemy 2 and learn more about Livestock.
Make a Pet
Domesticated animals require the acquisition of animals first. That puts our need for Life well before then. Even better, we can brew it by mixing Primordial soup with Energy. To obtain Life, do as follows:
- Water + Water = Puddle
- Puddle + Water = Pond
- Pond + Water = Lake
- Lake + Water = Sea
- Sea + Earth = Primordial soup
- Fire + Fire = Energy
Create life by adding Energy to the primordial sludge. Animal can be made by combining Life and Earth. Furthermore, the next step demonstrates how easy it is to make Land:
- Earth + Earth = Land
Finally, Animal is created when Life and Land are together. Now we can consider this task partially completed.
Making a Field:
Field is also relatively simple to make, just like Animal. We all know that fields are large tracts of open land, typically with rich soil. Similarly, crops or pastures are established in fields. In addition, we require equipment. As a result, the two components necessary to make Field are Tool and Soil. Here’s how to get started using Tool:
- Earth + Water = Mud
- Air + Air = Pressure
- Earth + Pressure = Stone
- Mud + Stone = Clay
- Life + Clay = Human
- Human + Stone = Tool
You can stop looking for a method to produce Soil now. Because we got it in the process of making life. Simply mix Tool and Soil together to create Field.
Finally, by combining the terms Field and Animal, you get Livestock. Do you think this approach is a bit cumbersome? Don’t worry, we can get Livestock the other ways too. The procedures are comparable, but the essential components for the various options are different. The following permutations will eventually bring you to the world of Livestock:
- Domestication + Animal= Livestock
- Animal + Farmer = Livestock
Now that I’ve given you some options for making Livestock, it’s my duty to explain how to make Domestication and a Farmer. When you have Farmer, life is a breeze. So, let’s get started by making Farmer, using the procedure outlined below:
- Field + Human = Farmer
The steps for making Domestication are as follows.
- Farmer + Animal = Domestication
There Are Other Components You Can Make With Livestock
Livestock, a force to behold for animal advocates. Is there anything you’ve ever asked for that your mum said no to? You may have desired a puppy, but your mom was worried about the extra litter box duty.
Don’t panic! You can get whatever animal you desire right now. You can get any pet you desire, whether it’s a dog, a horse, or a reindeer. The products that can be made with Livestock are as follows:
- Livestock + Axe = Meat
- Livestock + Barn = Cow + Horse
- Livestock + Bird = Chicken
- Livestock + Butcher = Meat
- Livestock + Christmas Tree = Reindeer
- Livestock + Cloud = Sheep
- Livestock + Container = Barn
- Livestock + Desert = Camel
- Livestock + Dune = Camel
- Livestock + Egg = Chicken
- Livestock + Farmer = Cow
- Livestock + Field = Cow
- Livestock + Giant = Babe the Blue Ox
- Livestock + Grass = Cow
- Livestock + Hay = Horse
- Livestock + Hill = Goat + Sheep
- Livestock + Horseshoe = Horse
- Livestock + House = Barn
- Livestock + Land = Sheep
- Livestock + Mountain Range = Goat
- Livestock + Mountain = Goat
- Livestock + Mud = Pig
- Livestock + Paul Bunyan = Babe the Blue Ox
- Livestock + Saddle = Horse
- Livestock + Sand = Camel
- Livestock + Santa = Reindeer
- Livestock + Sword = Meat
- Livestock + Sword = Meat
- Livestock + Wool = Sheep