All you need to know on being a digital Landlord!
Land is where all the magic happens in the incredible world of Honeyland! So, get ready to embark on an exciting journey by clicking on that Universe tab inside the Game. Each octagon you see represents a special plot of Land, packed with its own set of unique features and stats. Trust me, it's like discovering a hidden treasure!
Guess what? Right now, you can dive into Universe One - Earth, and indulge in thrilling activities like hunting, harvesting, and embarking on epic quests. The fun never stops!
But wait, there's more sweetness coming your way! Honeyland is aiming for a total of eight Universes! Each Universe will have its own distinct art style, offering you a visual feast, along with special gameplay and exciting new experiences. You won't believe your eyes!
Now, mark your calendar, because we'll be unlocking new Universes approximately every four months. It's like unwrapping a new gift of adventure regularly!
Future Universes will be unlocked approximately one every four months.
Step into the captivating world of Honeyland, where Land holds the key to endless fun. Click that Universe tab, unleash your curiosity, and enjoy the journey!
OVERALL DETAILS ABOUT THE LAND:
1. Level - Level is based on how long the Land has been staked.
2. Number - The number assigned to that plot of Land.
3. Universe - Identifies which Universe the plot of Land belongs to.
4. Zone - This is an indication of how far your Land is from the center of the Universe. The higher the number, the farther away your Land is from the center of the Universe. Bees will need to have more Endurance to reach farther away Lands. There are 8 zones in Universe 1.
5. Landform - Identifies which type of Landform the plot is. When a Honeyland Bee has a matching Landform Specialty, he will get a mission boost. NOTE: Each Landform Specialty has been assigned a color. In the example above, you can see that Woodland is in green. Green is the assigned color for Woodland.
6. Climate - Every Land will either have a Normal or Extreme climate. Lands with an Extreme climate will produce Honeypots that have a single type of shard that changes daily.
7. Owner - Identifies the owner of that plot.
8. Commission Fee - The fee, charged by the Landowner, paid by each Bee that Harvests the Land. The fee is a percentage of the Bee’s total Harvest and is paid at the end of the Harvest. It’s commonly 4% of the Harvest, but can vary from 0-10%.
9. Entry Fee - The fee, charged by the Landowner, paid by each Bee that Hunts the Land. The fee is a flat rate and is paid at the beginning of the Hunt. It’s commonly 0.4 Honey, but can vary from 0-1 Honey.
HOW MUCH HONEY IS AVAILABLE:
10. Honey Reserves - This is an indication of how much Honey is currently available on the Land.
11. Honey Production Speed - This is an indication of how quickly the Land produces Honey for Bees to harvest. The higher the number, the more Honey the land can produce.
HOW OFTEN HONEYPOTS ARE AVAILABLE:
12. Honeypot Drop Time - This is an indication of how often (in minutes) the Land produces new Honeypots to be found by Bees on Hunting missions. Once the previous Honeypot is found, the clock starts over for the next Honeypot to be produced. The lower the number, the more Honeypots the Land can produce.
13. Next Drop - How many minutes before the next Honeypot will be available.
14. Edit Fees - Allows Landowners to modify the fees they charge visiting Bees. This button is only visible to the Landowner.
15. Use Item - Click to add Lanterns, Paradise Makers, Poison Bombs, or Cursed Honey Drops to this Land. Landowners can also deploy Mint Spray.
16. Favorites - Click to add this Land to your Hunting or Harvesting favorites list.
17. Harvest - Number of Bees currently Harvesting that Land. The first number is the number of your Bees Harvesting that Land. The second number is the total number of Bees Harvesting that Land.
18. Hunt - Number of Bees currently Hunting that Land. The first number is the number of your Bees Hunting that Land. The second number is the total number of Bees Hunting that Land.
19. + Add - Click to send Bees to this Land.
20. Active Shard - This indicates what type of shard an extreme climate Land is currently producing. This is only visible to the Landowner and to player’s who have this Land in their Sonar Buzz list.
Look Out! - Joining a Land that is already crowded with other Bees Hunting and Harvesting can impact the time it takes your Bee to complete its mission. Try to Hunt and Harvest Lands that aren’t busy!
Lands have either a Normal or Extreme climate.
The difference between Normal and Extreme climate Lands is really important when you are Hunting. It doesn’t impact Harvesting.
Each game day, Extreme Lands are randomly assigned a single type of shard. Every Hunt on that Land will return the same type of shard for the entire game day (quantity will differ). When the game day ends (Midnight UTC), each Extreme Land will be assigned a new type of shard that it will produce for the next 24 hours.
Normal Lands always produce a random assortment of shards. Hunting a Normal Land will return different shards each visit even within the same game day.
STRATEGY: If you are seeking a specific shard (for example, a Bee shard), find an Extreme Land that is producing those shards and send your Bees to Hunt there as often as you can. Remember the type of shard an Extreme Land produces resets at Midnight UTC each day.
Look Out! - Some Extreme Lands will be FULL of Bees trying to get a specific shard. Lots of competition from other players means your Bee can take a long time to return to your Hive. Look around and see if you can find an Extreme Land that is less busy but still offering the shard you are looking for.
Need help finding Extreme Lands that are giving out the shard you are seeking? - Learn how Sonar Buzz helps you focus your Hunts.
Did you know that you can OWN Land in the Honeyland game? Landowners receive free shards each week! They also receive commissions and entry fees when Bees visit their lands to Harvest and Hunt. - Learn more about Land Ownership.
In Universe one, there are five different Landform types:
Desert ~ Meadow ~ Seaside ~ Summit ~ Woodland
STRATEGY - Pay attention to your Bee’s Landform Specialty. When you send a Bee to Harvest or Hunt on a Land that matches its Landform Speciality, you will receive a 75% boost to that Bee’s Agility and Luck stat!
EXAMPLE: A Bee that has a Landform Specialty of Seaside receives a 75% boost to their Agility and Luck stats when visiting a Seaside Land.
NOTE: 10% of Gen1, Gen2, and Gen3 Bees DON’T have a Landform Specialty. 11% of GenZ Bees DO have a Landform Specialty.
REMINDER: You can determine a Bee’s Landform Specialty at a glance by looking at the color of the badge at the bottom of their picture.
|Badge||Bee Badge Type||Color Landform|
10% of Gen1, Gen2, and Gen3 Bees DON’T have a Landform Specialty. 11% of GenZ Bees DO have a Landform Specialty.
Players want to send their Bees to Lands where there are a small number of Bees competing for the available Honey and Honeypots. To help limit the number of Bees on a specific land, a Player can deploy a Poison Bomb and/or Cursed Honey Drop.
Bombs and Curses disadvantage other player’s Bees, making it more likely they will send their Bees to a different Land.
On the other hand…
Landowners want as many Bees visiting their Land as possible as they receive commissions and entry fees when Bees choose their land for missions. Landowners don’t want players chased away by Bombs and Curses.
Mint Spray lets a Landowner block players from Bombing or Cursing their Land. Mint Spray will also cancel an existing Poison Bomb and/or Cursed Honey Drop!
EXAMPLE: A player finds an Extreme Land producing the shard that player is seeking. They want to keep the Land all to themselves if they can! They deploy a Cursed Honey Drop to make the Land less appealing to other Hunters. The Landowner wants all the Bees she can get, so she deploys Mint Spray to cancel the Curse.
Prevent or Cancel the Effects of Poison Bomb or Cursed Honey Drop
Rarity of Poison
|Common||20 Shards||Green||24 Hours||Common|
|Rare||40 Shards||Blue||24 Hours||Rare|
|Epic||80 Shards||Red||24 Hours||Epic|
|Legendary||150 Shards||Yellow||24 Hours||Legendary|
|Mythic||300 Shards||Purple||24 Hours||Mythic|
REMINDER: Deploying a Poison Bomb on a specific Land gives an advantage to your Bees Harvesting that Land by making other player’s Bees on that Land less agile.
Deploying a Cursed Honey Drop on a specific Land gives an advantage to your Bees that are Hunting that Land by making other player’s Bees on that Land less lucky.
Paradise Maker (only for normal climate Lands) When a Paradise Maker is deployed on a normal climate Land, it gives visiting Bees a 75% boost in their Agility Stat. This boost applies regardless of the Bee’s Landform specialty.
The rarer the Paradise Maker, the longer the Agility boost will last.
EXAMPLE: When you find a land that’s really great for Harvesting, deploying a Paradise Maker will speed up your Harvest of that Land by boosting your Bee’s Agility stat.
Look Out! - Paradise Maker doesn’t just help your Bees, it boosts the Agility of other player’s Bees as well.
Each Landform has a specific Paradise Maker
Desert - Sparkle Candy, Meadow - Lollipop,
Seaside - Swizzle Sticks, Summit - Snow Sugar, Woodland - Candy Coat
|Rarity||Cost||Background||75% Agility Boost|
|Common||20 Shards||Green||6 Hours|
|Rare||40 Shards||Blue||12 Hours|
|Epic||80 Shards||Red||28 Hours|
|Legendary||150 Shards||Yellow||62 Hours|
|Mythic||300 Shards||Purple||136 Hours|
REMINDER: You can receive a boost from your Bee matching the Landform specialty or from the Land having an active Paradise Maker. You cannot receive a boost from both at the same time.
Lantern (only for extreme climate Lands) When a Lantern is deployed on an extreme climate Land, it will decrease the Land’s Honeypot drop time for the entire time the Lantern is active. The decrease is available to every Bee regardless of the Bee’s Landform speciality.
The rarer the Lantern, the larger the decrease in drop time and the longer the decreased drop time will last.
EXAMPLE: When you find a land that’s really great for Hunting, deploying a Lantern will decrease the length of time it will take for the next Honeypot to drop.
Look Out! - Lantern decreases the Honeypot drop time for all Bees (not just yours) that are Hunting on that Land.
Each Landform has a specific Lantern
Desert - Lantern of Hope, Meadow - Lantern of Knowledge,
Seaside - Lantern of Insight, Summit - Lantern of Revealing, Woodland - Lantern of Light
|Rarity||Cost||Background||Bees with Matching LandformHoneypot Drop Time Decrease|
|Common||20 Shards||Green||10% for 6 hours|
|Rare||40 Shards||Blue||20% for 8 hours|
|Epic||80 Shards||Red||30% for 10 hours|
|Legendary||150 Shards||Yellow||40% for 12 hours|
|Mythic||300 Shards||Purple||50% for 14 hours|
Owning Land in Honeyland offers a passive way to participate in Honeyland. Owners automatically receive commissions and entry fees (paid in Honey directly to their in-game wallet) each time a Bee Hunts or Harvests on their Land.
NOTE: Based on the level of their Land, Landowners can charge between 0% and 10% commission per Hunt and receive between 0.0 and 1.0 Honey entry fee per Harvest.
However, there are ways that Landowners can take a more active role in the game by deploying Paradise Maker, Lantern, or Mint Spray, as well as adjusting the settings of fees and commissions that visiting Bees pay.
BONUS: Landowners’ Bees can Hunt and Harvest any Land held by the Landowner regardless of the Bee’s Endurance stat. Exception: a Beemium account is required to Hunt their own extreme climate Lands.
Landowners will receive airdrops of free shards each week that their Lands are staked.
These shard airdrops can include:
Mint Spray, Paradise Maker, Lantern, Upgrades, and Mood Stabilizer. There is also a chance of receiving Queen and Bee Egg shards.
Look Out! - Landowners MUST stake their lands in order to receive commissions and fees when Bees visit their Lands. Lands must also be staked to be included when players deploy Sonar Buzz. Visit HiveMind - Staking to learn more.