Merge Mansion Xmas Wreath

The Merge Mansion Xmas Wreath is one of many, many items / merge chains that you can get in the 2022 winter holiday event. You need the Christmas Wreath in Merge Mansion to complete some of the tasks that are active at time of writing. The problem is that, in order to get the Wreath, you have to jump through many, many hoops. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the whole process and hopefully help you out.

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Merge Mansion Xmas Wreath

How to Get Xmas Wreath in Merge Mansion

To get the Xmas Wreath in Merge Mansion, aka the Christmas Wreath, the first step is to get the Fireplace. The first link in that merge chain is a single brick, and it’s a rare drop from both Santa’s House and Craft Supplies. The aim is to merge the Fireplace to level three. You then have to fuel it by giving it two Woolly Socks (at level five) and two Xmas Gifts (also level five). That turns it into a Crackling Fireplace. Both the Woolly Socks and the Xmas Gifts drop from Santa’s Full Sleigh. You get that by fueling Santa’s Empty Sleigh (drops from Sealed Envelope, level six of Letter to Santa) with the Overfull Gift Sack and either an Elf Puppet or Mr. Antlers.

So, once you have the Crackling Fireplace, the next step to get the Merge Mansion Xmas Wreath is to empty the Fireplace. It drops Mints and Gingerbread Cookies, and it has two charges of forty-four drops each. Once it has nothing more to give, it turns into the Decoration Box. This thing grants you the first level of both the Christmas Wreath and the Xmas Decorations. The Wreath merge chain has six levels, and the Decorations chain has seven. You’ll need the latter to fuel the various stages of the Christmas Tree merge chain. You can read more about that in our Merge Mansion Twig for Christmas Tree 2022 guide. You can also check out our guides on the Candy Cane and the 2022 Christmas event in general.

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