FarmVille Maharaja’s Stable Complete Guide




Farmville will soon be releasing a very challenging new limited edition feature that combines the time-delay growing   aspects of  features like Mystrees and Spooky Wolves with the tiered difficulty levels of the Ghoul Ball. You will be able to help King Singh raise majestic Camels, Elephants and Peacocks in the Maharaja’s Stable. Your Dirt Farmer team has a complete guide for you to how the feature will work. Check out the details below and please do share with friends if you find our post helpful.
 
PLEASE CHECK BACK TO THIS POST LATER, ADDITIONAL IMAGES WILL BE ADDED WHEN THEY BECOME VISIBLE. AS THIS FEATURE IS VERY COMPLICATED, WE HAVE OPTED TO POST WITH PLACEHOLDER IMAGES TO GIVE YOU A DAY TO PREPARE.
 
NOTE: THE ADDITIONAL SLOTS FOR FARM CASH ARE COMPLETELY OPTIONAL AND AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO COMPLETE THE FEATURE FASTER AND ARE WILLING TO PAY TO DO SO. THEY DO NOT UNLOCK ANY ADDITIONAL ANIMALS.

The FarmVille Maharaja’s Stable will be live on our farms from 8th February, 2016 to 7th March, 2016. You will also have two additional days to purchase  prizes until March 9th. As in the past, you will only be able to craft, post or collect Golden Wheat Hay until the 7th. The difference with the Maharaja's Stable is that, according to the feature FAQ on the support site, you will not be able to REDEEM/tend with any remaining Golden Wheat Hay, you will only be able to purchase the remaining prizes in your selected stage for FARM CASH If this feature behaves similarly to the Ghoul Ball, you will also only be able to change difficulty level until the 7th.
 
 
A look at the Maharaja’s Stable Building that we will be placing on our farms.
 
 
A look at the loading screen.
 
 
A look at the pop-up that we will get when the feature goes live on our farms.
 
 
 
 
A look inside the Maharaja's Stable
 
 
 
 
Now a look at the screen in which you will choose your difficulty level.
 
 
 
 
If you opt to replay for the same prizes, the game will confirm that you want the same difficulty level.
 
 
 
 
We will be crafting and asking for Golden Wheat Hay to raise our Royal Cradles into majestic Elephants, Camels and Peacocks. The feature is currently coded to allow us to collect up to 15 Golden Wheat Hay per day from our friends on the feed. The ability to claim the coded number has varied significantly by player in the past, so consider that when planning how many to craft.
 
 
 
 
A look at the Royal Cradle
 
Royal Cradle
 
Now a look at the recipe to craft Golden Wheat Hay in the Craft Shop. You will get ONE Golden Wheat Hay per craft. All 3 of the required crops are new, so calculate lack of mastery in when planning how many to plant as unmastered crops give significantly less bushels.  (For more information on calculating bushel yields click here and here) The crops for the Golden Wheat Hay craft are experiment gated to the Maharaja’s Stable feature, which means that they will not be available in the market until the feature goes live. The recipe is already in the craft shop, and bushels are in the bushel swap feature. You will need 3 Golden Durham Wheat, 3 Yellow Wheat and 3 Green Wheat bushels per craft. The recipe takes 2 hours.
 
Crafting Time
Golden Wheat Hay 3 Golden Durham Wheat 3 Yellow Wheat 3 Green Wheat 2 hours
 
You will also, of course, be able to purchase Golden Wheat Hay with Farm Cash should you opt to do so.
 
 

 
Now for a look at the Royal Cradle’s levels and tend delays. This covers the Mystree aspect of the feature. IMPORTANT: Remember that once you have completely tended your Royal Cradle (or any item from a feature of this type like Nutcracker or Dragon Eggs) and you place it on your farm, do not click on it or anything else until the transformation is complete, or it may freeze and not transform.
 


 
Level Golden Wheat Hay to Tend to Next Level Waiting Period
1 1 8 hours
2 2 8 hours
3 3 8 hours
4 5 8 hours
5 7 8 hours
6 Complete None
 
So you will need a total of 18 Golden Wheat Hay to tend each Royal Cradle into an animal.
 
The similarities to the Ghoul Ball lie in the fact that you will be able to choose your difficulty level. There will be 3 different crates that you can play for. The small stage, medium stage and big stage. You will be allowed to switch crates midstream ONE time. After that you will need to complete the entire crate to switch to another size. WARNING: If you do opt to switch crates/stages without completing the one you are on that one time, make sure you do not have any Royal Cradles in progress. You will lose any progress to date on any incomplete cradles if you switch.
 
There will be duplicates to get all prizes in each crate, and some prizes will be duplicated across two or all 3 crates. Prizes that you have already earned in another crate will be checked off for completion as with the Ghoul Ball and  you will need not to earn them again to complete the crates, but you could still need the full coded number of attempts to get all prizes - whether or not you get all in less than that is up to pure random luck.
 
The  Farmville studio has coded a maximum number of attempts that you will have to make to get all prizes in a crate for each difficulty level/crate. If you wanted all the prizes from all 3 crates, you would need to raise 77 Royal Cradles.  As seen above, Each crate requires 5 tends with an 8 hour waiting period in between tends or 40 hours per crate. 
Let's take a look at how long that would take.
 
Stage Name Number of Free Cradles Number of Prizes Maximum Number of Attempts Maximum Number of times you refill cradles Maximum Time
           
Small Stage 3 5 13 5 (All 4 times, 2 last time) 8.33 Days
Medium Stage 4 9 25 7 (All 6 times, 1 last time) 11.67 Days
Big Stage 5 11 39 8 (All 6 times, 4 last time) 13.33 Days
           
Total 12 25 77 20 33.33 Days
 
So, based on the math of the feature, the ability to earn all prizes in all 3 crates depends purely on luck in the time alloted.  Also, as mentioned above you need 15 Golden Wheat Hay to tend each Royal Cradle to transformation (except for the waiting one when you open the feature for the first time that needs 7 as it is already on the next to last stage
 
  • You will need a total of 1,386 Golden Wheat Hay to complete the feature if it takes you the maximum number of attempts on each crate. (if you are crafting that is 4,158 of each bushel)
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Now lets take a look at the 3 different crates you can play for.
 
(Note the coding states “unique rewards” but there are duplicates across crates included in the number)
(Note II – We do not yet know how the animals will be labeled in the building in terms of common/uncommon/rare. However the chances on this one vary more than in the past so we have noted that here for you)
 
Small Stage
Maximum of  13 attempts to complete the set
5 Unique rewards
3 Unlocked Cradles that can be tended free at one time.
 
 

Royal Red Peacock Uncommon
 
Exuberant Camel
Common
Lotus Bearing Elephant
Common
 
Vibrant Camel
Common
Gold Studded Elephant
Common
 
 
 
 
Medium Stage
Maximum of  25 attempts to complete the set
9 Unique rewards
4 Unlocked Cradles that can be tended for free at one time.
 
 
 
 
Flamboyant Peacock
Rare
Rakish Camel
Very Rare
Lion Face Elephant
Uncommon
Jewel Studded Peacock
Common
Gold Studded Elephant
Common
Exuberant Camel
Uncommon
Exotic Back Camel
Common
Golden Dance Peacock
Common
Flower Struck Elephant
Common
 

 
 
Big Stage
Maximum of  39 attempts to complete the set
11 Unique rewards
5 Cradles that can be tended for free at one time.
 



Traditional Camel
Extremely Rare
Blue Hued Peacock
Very Rare

 
Royal Elephant
Rare
Torquoise Flavor Peacock
Common
Gold Studded Elephant
Common
Exuberant Camel
Common
Pink Peril Elephant
Uncommon
Sun Flare Elephant
Common
 
Golden Dance Peacock
Common
Psy Colors Camel
More Uncommon
Royal Tusks Elephant
Common
 
       
 
 
 

 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
As with the Ghoul Ball, there are a few items that are tagged to the Maharaja’s Stable, but are not actually a part of the feature. If you happen to run across them on The Dirt Farmer's Items Site, they have not been mistakenly left off the post. Zynga has omitted them from the feature.
 
Skin Carved Camel Chakra Camel Hover Up Peacock
   
  Flower Struck Peacock  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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