In the first part In my diary, I am trying to bake a cake from scratch in Farming Simulator 22 before Christmas. Although there are only two months left in the game year, I only managed to produce some eggs and strawberries when I consumed it. .. Let me check my notes… Ah, yes. One million dollars.
I still need wheat to turn into flour, beets to make sugar, and a whole bunch of milk, because I need to turn part of it into butter and the rest as milk. Although my prospects for completing a cake seem bleak, at least some progress has been made in the dairy department.
Milk and butter
The farmer’s work will never be completed, especially when he has not even started 80% of his work. When I ran across my bullpen, panicking about everything, I saw that they had actually produced some milk. Naturally, I can’t use my water tank to transport milk, so it’s time to rent a different damn water tank and drag it to the farm. With 649 liters of fresh milk, I went to the dairy product I purchased (70,000 USD). Then I told it to start making butter and deliver the butter to the bakery, thank you.
As exhausted as I am, the feeling of actually producing something from my stupid, incomplete highway farm will never stop. But even if I have milk to make butter, I need more milk to make pure milk, so I spent about $10,000 to buy more cows (this time I delivered them). I now have eggs, butter and strawberries in my bakery, waiting for everything else.
At the same time, I got some frustrating news. After plowing a second small field on the other side of the exit ramp and renting a different planter (everything seems to require its own special equipment) and filling it with beet seeds, I received a notice that I can’t plant it in October Beets. They need to be planted earlier this year. Okay, damn it. Beet is my way to get sugar, and sugar is a very important ingredient in cakes. I really wanted to develop on my own, but after sitting at my desk with my head in my hands for a while, I started to wonder if there was a shortcut I could take.
I checked the existing sugar beet fields on the map and found one beside the baseball field across the highway.I know I want to make everything from scratch, but I still have two months to go before Christmas. My cake is currently made of strawberries floating in raw eggs with a pile of butter next to me. EmphasizeI bought beet fields for $146,000, rented a beet-harvesting truck the size of an aircraft carrier for $24,000, and drove to the beet fields.
The whole field withered. The beet is dead. What kind of bad farmer killed his beets so that another bad farmer could not harvest them? I drove my harvester all over the ground, but it did not pick beets. surface. I went back to my farm and stared at my wheat field angrily. It didn’t grow up at all. surface.
It is December. My cows produced more milk, and I drove to the bakery unhappily. I sold the stupid dead beet field to make up for my loss, but I was still as low as about $350,000, and my cake prospects were not optimistic. I have a lot of milk and tons of strawberries in my bakery. I have a fair amount of butter. My chicken is making more eggs, but I have zero wheat to make flour or beets to make sugar. I don’t have time anyway. Plant them.
But if i just Buy wheat? I bought wheat grains to feed my chickens. Does that mean I can buy a ton of chicken feed and transport it to the grain factory so that they can use it to make flour? It doesn’t start from scratch like I want, but I have to do something. I took my trailer to the store, filled it with a few huge bags of chicken feed, and drove to the factory. I bought it for $96,000. Sure enough, it allowed me to pour grains into it and start producing flour.
OK. OK! My dream of planting everything from scratch is dashed, but maybe I can still get some cakes out before Christmas. I searched for beets in the store, but they didn’t sell them. However, they do sell trays of sugarcane stems that can be put into a sugarcane planter and planted. I don’t have the time or the skills to do this, but can I bring the cane stems to the sugar factory?
I bought about one thousand dollars worth of sugar cane to fill my trailer and realized that I couldn’t find a sugar factory anywhere on the map. So, I spent $80,000 to build one on my property. This is how desperate I became, I just built a brand new industrial building on the land I planned to use for agriculture, 6 inches from the highway. I drove the sugar cane to my brand new sugar factory, dumped it all in front, and…yes, the factory began to produce sugar.
There is very, very little time left in December, but this is the first time my bakery has all the ingredients it needs: flour, sugar, milk, eggs, butter, and strawberries. When I stood outside the bakery and stared at my screen intently with pleading eyes, I saw that cake production had changed from “lack of ingredients” to “running.” The sugar is coming. They can bake cakes.
I checked the storage room of the bakery. It says cake: 1.
I baked a cake. I baked a cake! I may have added some audio to the gif above! But I baked a cake! I spent $1,327,348 and I actually didn’t grow anything on my stupid farm, but I baked a damn fruit cake.
The only thing that makes the mood worse is that the bakery will not actually release my cakes until I have a tray full of cakes instead of one. And I hardly have enough ingredients to make a lot of cakes.
So I ran wildly for the rest of December, delivering more milk to the butter factory, more sugar cane to the mill, more eggs to the bakery, and more wheat to another mill. . I commissioned an AI worker to deliver the eggs, but he really threw the eggs along the way-I blamed myself for telling him to drive a forklift on the highway-so I fired his butt and took over myself. Then I was hit by a car, the eggs flew up, and my forklift overturned. I just picked up the egg, ran down the sidewalk to the bakery, and lost it several times. These will be some delicious cakes.
As night fell, and the last few hours of December were ticking, I was sitting in the bakery outside the truck with my headlight pointed at the cargo area.
Then, magically, they appeared. I can actually see a suitable plate of strawberry cake with my tired farmer’s eyes.
I can’t move them—my forklift is still lying on the side of the block—so I just jumped into my trunk and honked the horn. I did it, and considering that there are 2 hours left on the game day in December, I will continue to say I did it before Christmas. I have 70,884 dollars left in my bank account, which means I spent 1,429,116 dollars, almost all of my savings, to bake a plate of cake a bit like starting from scratch. I have not succeeded in any actual farming at any time.
Just for fun, I took my fruit cake tray to a local restaurant the next day and sold it. They are worth $2,674. Merry Christmas.