There is a variety of unique characters that players can encounter and interact with in the world of Animal Crossing: New Horizons. One of these characters if Redd, who is known as somewhat of shady art salespeople. However, players can get some visually appealing pieces of art from Redd if they are in the market for some art pieces. Fortunately, we have everything you need to know about the character of Redd in Animal Crossing: New Horizons covered for you!
Redd Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Now, players will first need to speak with Blathers and get him to mention the idea of beginning to allow art to get this character to show up. Blathers will mention art when you have made 60 donations to the museum. Players will first find Redd making his war around the island the next day following a conversation with Isabelle, where she mentions shady art dealers. Redd will ask you to purchase a piece of art for 498,000 Bells. Decline this offer, and he will knock the price down to 4,980 Bells. You can then buy this piece of art and donate it to Blathers for the museum. Redd will then begin to appear on his boat on the beach on the north side of your island two days later.
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Individuals will find that Redd has four pieces of art for sale on his boat. Unfortunately, this character will be seeking fake art with real art, which is a pain considering that the fakes can not be donated to Blathers for the museum or sold to a vendor, making them useless and likely destined for the trash. Art that you purchase from this character will then be sent to you in the mail the following day. These fakes will have a visible difference from the real versions, such as a statue holding an item that it is not supposed or a wrong kind of item being in a painting.
Players can then either choose to donate their pieces of art to the museum provided they are real or use them to decorate their homes.
There is no doubt that plenty of Animal Crossing: New Horizons players will be looking to acquire some valuable pieces of art and do their best to outwit the shady sale practices of the game's new character of Redd.
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