Animal Crossing: New Horizons Pascal mermaid DIY recipe guide

Pascal, the red sea otter, has made his appearance in Animal Crossing: New Horizons and he’s bringing the mermaid furniture set back with him.

Pascal will appear when you dive into the ocean and find a Scallop. He’ll pop up, hungry for your fresh catch and offer you a reward and some wisdom in exchange for it. You can only see Pascal once a day, so if he already popped up, you won’t get another reward for finding another Scallop. You may get a mermaid furniture DIY recipe, mermaid-themed clothes, or a Pearl.

The mermaid furniture set DIY recipes require shells in order to craft, so definitely start storing what you find on the beach for future crafting use. After all, finding a specific shell you need for a recipe can be a bit of a pain.

You’ll also need Pearls in order to craft the mermaid furniture, which are rare items you can find in the ocean similarly to sea creatures.

Below you can see a list of what you can get from Pascal, along with the materials you’ll need to craft the DIYs. We’ll be filling in the list as we find more information.

Mermaid princess dress

A listing for an unpurchasable Mermaid Princess Dress in Animal Crossing Image: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo via Polygon

Mermaid Sofa

An Animal Crossing recipe for a Mermaid Sofa Image: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo via Polygon

  • 1 Pearl
  • 10 sand dollars

Mermaid Rug

An Animal Crossing recipe for a Mermaid Rug Image: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo via Owen Rude

  • 1 Pearl
  • 3 sand dollars

Mermaid Vanity

An Animal Crossing recipe for a Mermaid Vanity Image: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo via @itsmedans

  • 1 Pearl
  • 1 giant clam
  • 2 coral
  • 2 iron nuggets

Mermaid Dresser

An Animal Crossing recipe for a Mermaid Dresser Image: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo via Owen Rude

  • 2 Pearls
  • 1 giant clam
  • 3 coral

Mermaid Bed

Mermaid Chair

Mermaid Lamp

Mermaid Shelf

Mermaid Clock

Mermaid Screen

Mermaid Table

Mermaid Carpet

Mermaid Wallpaper


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Source: Polygon.com

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