Merge Mansion Locket Guide

In our Merge Mansion Locket guide, we are going to show you how to get this item most efficiently. There is a method, added in update version 22.09.01 in September 2022, that let’s you cut down on the horrible wait times necessary to obtain just one Locket. That’s what we’ll be discussing in this article, as well as what the Lockets are even for.

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Merge Mansion Locket Guide

How to Get Lockets in Merge Mansion

To get Lockets in Merge Mansion update version 22.09.01 in September 2022, you have to break open Vases. Now, you get Vases from Drawers, which, in turn, you can find in the Garage. I believe Vases start dropping from Level 4 Drawers and above. Feel free to correct me in the comments if I’m wrong on that. Anyway, once you get a Vase (or, ideally, vases), you have to wait for the six hours to run out. Only then can you tap the Vase by tapping it and receive a Locket and Shrapnel. That’s an egregiously long wait. Fortunately, with the new update, you can merge Vases to reduce the timer. Level 2 Vases have a three-hour wait, and Level 3 “only” one hour.

And there you have it, that’s how you get Lockets in Merge Mansion most efficiently. Now, I know some of you are wondering why you need the Locket in the first place. Well, we explain the whole thing in our Merge Mansion Romantic Spot & Item Required guide, but here’s a brief rundown. When you level up the Locket to Level 5, you can tap it seven times. It will then drop the Private Handsome item, which is the first in the Love Story merge chain. When you level that up to 12, the item you get unlocks the Romantic Spot area. So, yeah. that’s a lot of merging to go through, but then again, that’s the name of the game. So, yeah, that’s why the Lockets are necessary.

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