Learn how to find Wisp the Ghost and his spirits, as well as the list of items you can get from Wisp the Ghost in Animal Crossing: New Horizons (ACNH) on the Nintendo Switch. Read on to find out the best choice and answer to Wisp the Ghost's question about a New or Expensive item.
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Wisp is a special character that wanders around your island randomly at night. Ironically, he is afraid of ghosts and will confuse you for one during your first interaction with him. Wisp will tell you that he has been alone on the island for a while, and the player is the first person he has met. How he wound up on a deserted island is currently unknown.
|Appearance Location||Around Your Island|
|Appearance Time||8 PM to 5 AM|
Like in previous Animal Crossing games, Wisp the Ghost only appears late at night.
|1||Prepare a net.|
|2||Talk to Wisp to start the event.|
|3||Collect the 5 spirit pieces.|
|4||Return the spirit pieces to Wisp and accept your reward.|
You need a Net before you can collect Wisp's spirit pieces, so you should craft one if you don't have it before looking for Wisp.
When you approach Wisp the Ghost and press the A button, he will get surprised and his spirits will scatter across the map.
Wisp the Ghost's spirits can appear anywhere on your island. Be sure to check every nook and cranny.
If you do not collect all the spirits, they will disappear the next morning. We recommend finishing the event on the same day.
After collecting the spirits, you can go back to where you first saw Wisp the Ghost. He will give you an item as a reward.
As thanks for collecting all the spirits, Wisp will give you an item as thanks. You can choose between something new, and something expensive. However, regardless of what you choose, the items to choose from are always randomized.
|Choosing "Something New"|
|If you're trying to catalog as many things as possible, we recommend choosing "Something new".
Wisp will give you an item that you don't currently have in your catalog.
|Choosing "Something Expensive"|
|If you're happy with your catalog and need some Bells, choose "Something expensive" instead.
Keep in mind that Wisp's sense of what is expensive seems to be a bit off!
Wisp can give you most items from the catalog, but seems to stick to relatively cheap items.
You can receive Nook Miles after helping Wisp in the Nook Mileage Program activity called "Wispy Island Secrets".
|Wispy Island Secrets|
|Help Wisp once.||300||Cowardly/Ghost|
|Help Wisp 10 times.||500||Supernatural/Soul|
|Help Wisp 20 times.||1000||Soulful/Soul Mate|
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he does not know what expensive means
>>60 I got a tree for something expensive😂😂😂
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