Goat Simulator 3

How to Get the Scarecrow in Goat Simulator 3

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Goat Simulator is one of those games where you’re not sure what you’re doing, but you’re having fun doing it. There are a lot of fun things that you can try out in this outlandish game where you are a goat. In this guide, we will take you through the process of how to unlock the Scarecrow in Goat Simulator 3.

How to Unlock the Scarecrow in Goat Simulator 3

If you’ve always wanted to know what it’s like being a goat, this is your chance. Goat Simulator 3 is here to fulfill all your dreams, and it’s much bigger than the last one. In fact, the devs say that it’s about 18 times as big. There is a lot to explore on the map, so let’s see where you can get the scarecrow.

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If you want to unlock the scarecrow, you will need to solve the quest called the Children of the Hay. This is an event which takes place in the area pointed out below.

Once you get to the quest location which is in the northwest of Fairmeadows Ranch, the event for the Children of the Hay event will be triggered. You will find yourself in a place with a red circle that looks like it’s meant for sacrifice, and that’s true. The description of the event will tell you that you need to “Sacrifice some Scarecrows.”

Around this area, you will be surrounded by wheat fields with three scarecrows on them. Two of them are on the field, while the third one is slightly elevated on a water tank. You will need to head to each of them one by one and lick the scarecrows. This will allow you to drag the bodies to the circle where you need to sacrifice them.

You just need to place the scarecrows into the circle for the quest to work. When all three are inside, the sacrifice will take place. This completes the Children of the Hay event. As a reward, you will get the Scarecrow skin.

Jayita Talukder
I’m currently doing a Master’s Degree in English, have been writing on and off for years. Part-time gamer and full-time reader of obscure literature. If I’m not at my desk, I’ve probably spotted a cat outside.

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