Catching Critters in Fae Farm is not only fun but necessary for story progression. Whilst some of these little guys can be easily found, others are rather tricky to find where they spawn. Whether or not you’re looking for a certain Critter for the component you can gather from it, or you want to complete your Almanac, below you will find a complete list of Critters in Fae Farm and, most importantly, where to find them.
Where to Find Every Critter in Fae Farm
Look, I want to say farming sims are all about getting your hands dirty and growing crops. But really, it’s all about collecting multiple categories of items and completing whatever in-game encyclopedia exists. With Fae Farm, it’s the Almanac. In the below table, you will learn everything that you need to know regarding obtaining all Critters and completing that section of the Almanac!
To catch Critters, make sure that before you swing there is a starry, circular aura around them. This dictates that they are in catching range. If not, get closer to them and try again. Using the ability to sneak up on Critters is very useful, especially for rare Critters.
Critters in the Lowlands
The table below lists all Critters obtainable in the Lowlands area of Azoria, as well as where to find them.
|Critter||Description||Guide to Obtaining||Uses|
|Worker Bee||A lone honey maker, found all over Azoria, perfect to populate a hive.||Found all day buzzing around trees and plants. Found in every location in Azoria.||Honeycomb|
|Queen Bee ⋆||Her rare, Royal Highness, ruler of pollen, honey and hive. May be seen anywhere in Azoria.||Found all day buzzing around trees and plants. Slower and larger than the Worker Bee. Found in every location in Azoria.||Honey Hive and Propagation Hive|
|Firefly||The flashiest of nighttime insects, often seen in the Lowlands and Fae Realm.||Found during the evening and nighttime hours. Easy to spot due to the glow that it emits. Found in both the Lowlands and Fae Realm.|
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|Cicada||A chunky flying bug that makes a unique sound of summer in the Lowlands.||Found during daytime hours in the Lowlands during summer.||Bug Juice|
|Ladybug||A bright red, flying beetle with black spots, you’ll see in springtime in the Lowlands.||Found during daytime hours in the Lowlands during spring.||Bug Juice|
|Red Dragonfly||A common dragonfly buzzing around the Lowlands in fall.||Found all day long in the Lowlands during fall.||Bug Juice|
|Blue Dragonfly||A harmless flying insect with ice-blue markings, flitting around the Lowlands in winter.||Found all day long in the Lowlands during winter.||Bug Juice|
|Dazzle Fly ⋆||A flashy dragonfly with shimmering wings. A Lowland jewel found all year long.||Found all day long in the Lowlands all year long.||Bug Juice|
|Blue Butterfly||A blue butterfly that symbolizes happiness. Found in the Lowlands in winter.||Found all day long in the Lowlands during winter.||Flutter Dust|
|Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly||A butterfly with tiger-like coloring, complimenting the Lowland summer sun.||Found during daytime hours in the Lowlands during summer.||Flutter Dust|
|Peacock Butterfly||A beauty with stunning wing patterns that bring out the colors of a Lowland spring.||Found during the daytime hours in the Lowlands during spring.||Flutter Dust|
|Monarch Butterfly||A butterfly fit for royalty that matches the colors of autumn in the Lowlands.||Found during the daytime hours in the Lowlands during fall.||Flutter Dust|
|Common Moth||A small white flier looking for a lamp in the Lowland nighttime.||Found during the nighttime hours swarming around light sources in the Lowlands all year long.||Flutter Dust|
|Moon Moth ⋆||A giant rare moth with wings that sparkle in the Lowland nights.||Found during the nighttime hours in the Lowlands all year long.||Flutter Dust|
|Spring Peeper||A plucky little frog with a big voice, seen hopping around the Lowlands in spring.||Found all day long in the Lowlands area in spring.||Frog Sweat|
|Bullfrog||A hearty frog with a deep croak that makes the Lowlands sing in summertime.||Found all day long in the Lowlands area in summer.||Frog Sweat|
|Treefrog||A medium sized frog that’s hard to see among the autumn Lowland trees.||Found all day long in the Lowlands area in autumn.||Frog Sweat|
|Aurora Frog||Easy to spot, in the Lowlands. This frog is named after the winter aurora.||Found all day long in the Lowlands area in winter.||Frog Sweat|
|Common Toad||Drab little hopper with warty skin that frequents the Lowland nights year-round.||Found in the evening and nighttime hours in the Lowlands area all year long.||Frog Sweat|
|Rainbow Frog ⋆||Exceptionally bouncy and rare. Can be seen year-round in the Lowlands.||Found all day long in the Lowlands area all year long.||Frog Sweat|
|Brown Snail||A slow critter that glides around the Lowlands at night and when it rains.||Found all day long in the Lowlands area during rainy weather all year long.||Shell Bits|
|Winter Welk||A hearty snail found on the Lowland shoreline in winter.||Found all day long on the Beach during winter.||Shell Bits|
|Red Crab||A bright red crab that rarely pinches. Can be found on Lowland beaches in the fall.||Found all day long on the Beach during fall.||Shell Bits|
|Sand Crab||This crab is buff, to blend in with the Lowland, springtime sand.||Found all day long on the Beach during spring.||Shell Bits|
|Blue Crab ⋆||A rare, bright blue crab that has been seen at all times of year on Lowland beaches.||Found all day long on the Beach all year long.||Shell Bits|
|Hermit Crab||A tiny crab that lives in an old snail shell, on Lowland shores in the summertime.||Found all day long on the Beach during summer.||Shell Bits|
Some Critters in Fae Farm are rare spawns, and these will be noted by a ⋆ next to their name.
Critters in the Fae Realm
The table below lists all Critters obtainable in the Fae Realm area of Azoria, as well as where to find them.
You must upgrade your Critter Net to a Sturdy Critter Net to catch Fae Critters.
|Critter||Description||Guide to Obtaining||Uses|
|Green Bloblin||A small, bouncy Fae creature found in the day.||Found in the Fae Realm during daytime hours all year long.||Blob Gobs|
|Pink Bloblin||A small, bouncy Fae creature with a delightful pink hue, found in the evening.||Found in the Fae Realm during evening and nighttime hours all year long.||Blob Gobs|
|Luster Bloblin ⋆||A small bouncy Fae creature with a delightful luster, rare all day long.||Found in the Fae Realm all day and year long.||Blob Gobs|
|Fae Shadow||A Shadowy Wisp found in the shadows of daytime in the Fae Realm.||Found in the Fae Realm during daytime hours in shady areas all year long.||Ecto Dew|
|Gloom Shade||A shy wisp of the Fae Realm evening.||Found in the Fae Realm during evening and nighttime hours all year long.||Ecto Dew|
|Willow Wisp ⋆||A bright and fleeting wisp. A rare Fae Realm sight any time of day.||Found in the Fae Realm all day and year long.||Ecto Dew|
|Myst Fairy||A wisp of vapor and curiosity. An evening Fae Realm resident.||Found in the Fae Realm during evening and nighttime hours all year long.||Fae Dust|
|Sun Sprite||A bold and outgoing fairy, floating around the daytime Fae Realm.||Found in the Fae Realm during daytime hours all year long.||Fae Dust|
|Fae Fairy ⋆||A most beautiful fairy that enjoys the day and night but is rarely seen in the Fae Realm.||Found in the Fae Realm all day and year long.||Fae Dust|
|Leaf Buddy||A little fae critter that employs a leaf as a safe home to crawl in Fae Realm daylight.||Found in the Fae Realm during daytime hours all year long.||Nectar|
|Shroom Buddy||Tiny fae with a mushroom home that likes the evening.||Found in the Fae Realm during evening and nighttime hours all year long.||Nectar|
|Rose Buddy ⋆||Tiny far critter wearing a rosebud house, rarely seen evening roamer.||Found in the Fae Realm all day and year long.||Nectar|
Critters in the Mountain Region
The table below lists all Critters obtainable in the Mountain region of Azoria, as well as where to find them.
You will need to upgrade your Sturdy Critter Net to an Advanced Critter Net to catch Mountain Critters.
|Critter||Description||How to Obtain||Uses|
|Crystal Fly||A dragonfly of frost and snow found in the Mountains in wintertime.||Found in the Mountain region all day long during winter.||Snowflakes|
|Frost Dragini||A tiny flying beast of ice and snow, seen only in the summertime Mountains.||Found in the Mountain region during daytime hours in summer.||Snowflakes|
|Hail’s Toad ⋆||A crystal-clear toad of ice found in the mountains all year round.||Found in the Mountain region during daytime hours all year long.||Snowflakes|
|Snow Crab||Frost white crabs that look sculpted of snow, found in the Mountains in autumn.||Found in the Mountain region all day long during fall.||Snowflakes|
|Frost Root||An icy rootling, that can be spotted in the mountains year-round.||Found in the Mountain region all day and year long.||Snowflakes|
|Ice Lunk||A magical critter made of snow and ice, found in the Mountains in springtime.||Found in the Mountain region all day long during spring.||Snowflakes|
|Blaze Bug||Fiery flying beetle with a heart of fire, buzzing around the Mountains in the fall.||Found in the Mountain region all day long during fall.||Cinders|
|Fire Dragini||A wee-winged creature alive with cinder and smoke, that can be seen in the Mountains in spring.||Found in the Mountain region all day long during spring.||Cinders|
|Cinder Moth||A fluttering spark, drawn from the flames of the mountain, found all year.||Found in the Mountain region all day and year long.||Cinders|
|Lava Sprite ⋆||A delightful little wisp of intense heat and cinder. A year round treat to see in the mountains.||Found in the Mountain region close to the Scorched Caverns all day and year long.||Cinders|
|Lava Root||A hot rootling that turns mountain winter snow into steam.||Found in the Mountain region during daytime hours in winter.||Cinders|
|Cinder Lunk||Magic brings these cinder fellas to life in the Mountains in the summer.||Found in the Mountain region during daytime hours in summer.||Cinders|
|Cobbles Toad||A tough toad with skin like cobblestone, seen in the summertime Mountains.||Found in the Mountain region during evening and nighttime hours in summer.||Stone Grains|
|Mudlin||A rock bloblin covered in mud, year-round in the Mountains.||Found in the Mountain region all day and year long.||Stone Grains|
|White Welk||White snail with a shell as fark as stone ,seem in the Mountains, in winter.||Found in the Mountain area all day long during winter.||Stone Grains|
|Rock Root||A tough rootling with skin like stone. Found in the springtime mountains.||Found in the Mountain area during evening and nighttime hours in spring.||Stone Grains|
|Slab Crab ⋆||A heavy crab of Mountain stone found year-round but rarely seen.||Found in the Mountain area all day and year long.||Stone Grains|
|Stone Lunk||Stone critter animated by magic in the fall, found in the Mountains.||Found in the Mountain area all day long during fall.||Stone Grains|
|Needle Beetle||A sticky little flying bug buzzing around the Mountains in the spring.||Found in the Mountain area all day long during spring.||Amber|
|Cypress Damselfly ⋆||A slender green dragonfly with flashy long wings. Found in the mountains all year.||Found in the Mountain area all day and year long.||Amber|
|Maple Moth||An absolutely flamboyant floor of a moth gracing the mountain evenings all year.||Found in the Mountain area during evening and nighttime hours all year long.||Amber|
|Timber Root||A rootling sticky with sap, roaming the mountains in autumn.||Found in the Mountain area all day long during fall.||Amber|
|Alpine Cone Crab||Hermit crab living in a pinecone, tumbling around the Mountains in the summer.||Found in the Mountain area during daytime hours in summer.||Amber|
|Amber Lunk||A creature made from amber with magic that can be seen in the mountains in winter.||Found in the Mountain area all day long during winter.||Amber|
Following the guide above will allow you to discover and catch all 62 Critters that Fae Farm offers. That’s quite the feat. Once you’ve finished this, it’s time to move on to catching every fish!