If you are asking yourself what a reindeer is worth in Adopt me, there are lots of things to consider. For a full rundown of what those things are – read our articles on Adopt me economics and how to value a pet in Adopt me. But for now, here is what we think about the reindeer.
Well, we think the reindeer is a very dear pet – get it?! (cringe) It’s reasonably valuable to so also quite dear (as in expensive). That is because it is classed as rare, and is a pretty good vintage as it was only available during Christmas of 2019, so it is highly collectible. The fact that it is a limited pet means that you can only get one through trading, so their value will tend to go up with time.
Even so, the reindeer has NOT made our list of top 10 pets. (although its arctic cousin is on the list!)
What is a reindeer worth in Adopt Me on the dog/cat scale?
If you don’t know about the dog/cat scale – you should read our article that explains how to value pets on Adopt Me. The dog/cat scale allows you to easily compare the value of your pets, toys, and vehicles and work out if a trade is fair (roughly). We aim to score all pets using the dog/cat scale. The scale basically expresses how many dogs (or cats) would you need to trade for a pet. So a very common pet like a Buffalo would only score 1 on the dog/cat scale. That means you could trade a Buffalo for just one dog or one cat. Whereas a shadow dragon would score 1000, which means it would take 1000 dogs (or cats) to trade up to a Shadow Dragon.
So what is the reindeer worth in Adopt Me on the dog/cat scale? We think a reindeer is worth just 18 dog/cats. That’s a lot of dogs (or cats) but nowhere near as many as its arctic reindeer cousin, which is a legendary pet.
What do you think?
At the end of the day, value is also subjective. That means it is in the eye of the beholder. You might come across someone in the game that is desperate for one of your pets so they are willing to overpay. Maybe it’s their dream pet. Or they are looking to make a neon, or mega neon, and are collecting that specific pet. Or you might not agree with our assessment. If you have a different opinion, we want to know – leave your comment below!
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