Roario

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For answers to commonly asked Roario questions, see below.

Roario
Roario
Animal:Lion
Candy:Oreo
Level:10
Base value:5500 coins
Attack:African tribal masks
Housing
Roario house
The Roario house is a castle in the shape of a crown.
Housing cost:3025 coins
Romance dance
Wild-card
Wildcard Roario
Unique trait: Large ball at the end of its tail

What makes a King of Beasts? Big hair, a heroic jaw line, physical strength, and occasionally snacking on your subjects.


Classic requirements

Appear requirements

Visit requirements

Resident requirements

  • Has eaten 2 Doenuts
  • has eaten 2 Zumbugs
  • The garden is worth 50,000 chocolate coins

Romance requirements


Species variants

Species variants for the Roario

Feeding it a bottle of medicine changes its color to pink.
Feeding it a bluebell seed changes its color to blue.
Feeding it a sunflower seed changes its color to yellow.

Roario variant 1 Roario variant 2 Roario variant 3


Species conflicts

  • The Roario will start fights with a Barkbark, if one is nearby.


Other information

  • The Roario will scare away all wild pinatas outside of its own species.


Classic piñata species

Arocknid · Badgesicle · Barkbark · Bonboon · Bunnycomb · Buzzenge · Buzzlegum · Candary · Chewnicorn · Chippopotamus · Cinnamonkey · Cluckles · Cocoadile · Crowla · Doenut · Dragonache · Dragumfly · Eaglair · Elephanilla · Fizzlybear · Fourheads · Fudgehog · Galagoogoo · Goobaa · Horstachio · Jameleon · Juicygoose · Kittyfloss · Lackatoad · Lickatoad · Macaraccoon · Mallowolf · Moozipan · Mothdrop · Mousemallow · Newtgat · Parrybo · Pigxie · Ponocky · Pretztail · Profitamole · Pudgeon · Quackberry · Raisant · Rashberry · Reddhott · Roario · Salamango · Shellybean · Sherbat · Sparrowmint · Squazzil · Swanana · Sweetooth · Syrupent · Taffly · Twingersnap · Whirlm · White Flutterscotch · Zumbug


Commonly asked questions
Any Roario resident tips?

Got a Roario visitor that drops by for a quick bite, then wanders off again? Since you're not guaranteed to get the same visitor next time, getting a wild Roario to eat enough Doenuts and Zumbugs may take a bit of time. If you're open to a bit of pinata-bashing, you could use your shovel to "help" serve up a fast meal!

First, never let your Doenut or Zumbug count drop below 5, or the Roario won't find your garden attractive anymore, and wander away, drawing the whole process out. So, start your garden off with at least 7 of each.

Next, when a Roario visitor shows up, wait for it to break open one of the pinatas. Now, quickly break open another of the 3 it needs to eat, and drop its (differently-colored) piece of life essence candy in amongst the other candies from the first one. Quickly repeat for the other two that it needs to eat. If you're successful, your visitor will have gobbled up everything it needs to meet the Resident requirements, and move in during its first visit. View thread

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