Nereid is a Beach/Garden Type creature in Tiny Castle. It is one of the first Beach/Garden creatures you will be able to obtain and place in your Castle. This Nereid represents the amazing Beach/Garden elements of the game!
How to Summon Nereid
To summon Nereid into your Castle, you must use the the Enchanted Tree which will allow you to combine two different creatures to summon a hybrid creature.
You need to use the Mermaid and the Garden Nymph in the Enchanted Tree to summon for this creature. Breed time is 18 Hours.
- Summon Selections (Left or Right) doesn’t matter
- Level of your creatures
- Coins//Food//Jewels//Dust all does not matter
There are a total of two evolution process in the game and four stages. That means you will evolve two times but there are four different forms from egg to adult.
Lets begin talking about the egg.
Your creatures will begin with the egg when your breed for a creature and at this stage you’ll have to wait until it hatches in your nursery slot.
Once your egg hatches you will not have the baby form of the creature and you’ll have to place the creature into a home. Once you do the baby means the creature is at its youngest form.
When you feed your creature to the end of level 4 which will mean that he has maxed out his current stage you’ll need to then evolve him using the Dream Tower (purchased from market). It will take some time before your creature is evolved and this is called the Tuck in Time.
Once your creature comes out of its evolution process, you will now have a Teen creature which is stronger. Your creature can evolve once more at the end of level 7 which will turn him into an adult and become even strong! At level 10 is the max level for your creature.
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