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Science Bear
Science
Overview
Species Quest Bear
Location Near Pineapple Patch
Bee Prerequisites 8 different bee types or 10 bees
Color Scheme

Fur

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Fur Shade

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Snout

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Torso

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Arms

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Legs

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Glasses

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Science Bear is the fifth Quest Bear to be accessed in the game. To reach Science Bear, you must have at least 10 bees to pass the Brave Bee Gate or have discovered a total of 8 bee types to use the Slingshot. It's recommended to have at least 6 bee types before you talk to him.

You can find him next to the Yellow Cannon after going up the ramp between the Instant Converter and the Magic Bean Shop.

Quests

Science Bear's quests require defeating mobs, discovering bees and collecting pollen for him, and in return, he will give you honey and a stack of Science Enhancement, which increases bee's honey production rate by 25%.

There are 16 quests in the initial series and 10 in the Translator series.

Honey Collection with Science Enhancement

Science Enhancement Production Rate Honey per second (Basic Bee)
1 25% 25
2 50% 30
3 75% 35
4 100% 40
5 125% 45
6 150% 50
7 175% 55
8 200% 60

Science Enhancement Production Rate Honey per second (Basic Bee)
9 225% 65
10 250% 70
11 275% 75
12 300% 80
13 325% 85
14 350% 90
15 375% 95
16 400% 100

Science Enhancement Production Rate Honey per second (Basic Bee)
17 425% 105
18 450% 110
19 475% 115
20 500% 120
21 525% 125

Science Enhancement Production Rate Honey per second (Basic Bee)
22 550% 130
23 575% 135
24 600% 140
25 625% 145
26 650% 150

Initial Quest List

 
Quest Name Requirements Reward
Preliminary Research 31,415 Honey

1x Science Enhancement

Biology Study 47,807 Honey

1x Science Enhancement

Proving The Hypothesis
  • Discover 7 Bee Types
  • Collect 35,000 Blue Pollen
  • Collect 35,000 Pollen from the Pineapple Patch
  • Defeat 9 Rhino Beetles
  • Defeat 3 Mantiss
57,721 Honey

1x Science Enhancement

Bear Botany 79,861 Honey

1x Science Enhancement

Kingdom Collection
  • Discover 9 Bee Types
  • Collect 75,000 Pollen from the Bamboo Field
  • Collect 35,000 Pollen from the Mushroom Field
  • Defeat 2 Spiders
90,107 Honey

1x Science Enhancement

Defensive Adaptions
  • Defeat 6 Rhino Beetles
104,693 Honey

1x Science Enhancement

Benefits Of Technology
  • Defeat 2 Mantiss
141,121 Honey

1x Science Enhancement

Spider Study

  • Discover 12 Bee Types
  • Collect 120,000 White Pollen
  • Defeat 4 Spiders
153,623 Honey

1x Science Enhancement

Roses And Weeds
  • Discover 13 Bee Types
  • Collect 100,000 Pollen from the Rose Field
  • Collect 30,000 Pollen from the Dandelion Field
  • Defeat 10 Ladybugs
  • Defeat 1 Werewolf
160,669 Honey

1x Science Enhancement

Blue Review
  • Discover 14 Bee Types
  • Collect 115,000 Pollen from the Pine Tree Forest
  • Collect 35,000 Pollen from the Blue Flower Field
  • Defeat 12 Rhino Beetles
  • Defeat 8 Mantiss
161,803 Honey

1x Science Enhancement

Ongoing Progress
  • Discover 15 Bee Types
  • Collect 125,000 White Pollen
  • Collect 65,000 Pollen from the Strawberry Field
  • Collect 65,000 Pollen from the Cactus Field
  • Defeat 3 Scorpions
  • Defeat 3 Spiders
173,205 Honey

1x Science Enhancement

Red / Blue Duality
  • Discover 16 Bee Types.
  • Collect 240,000 Red Pollen.
  • Collect 240,000 Blue Pollen.
  • Collect 240,000 Pollen from the Clover Field.
  • Collect 100 Red Boost Tokens.
  • Collect 100 Blue Boost Tokens.
229,558 Honey
1x Science Enhancement
1x Ticket
Costs Of Computation
  • Discover 17 Bee Types.
  • Collect 240,000 Red Pollen.
  • Collect 240,000 Blue Pollen.
  • Collect 422,000 Pollen from the Pumpkin Patch.
  • Collect 244,000 Pollen from the Spider Field.
  • Defeat 16 Rhino Beetles
  • Defeat 8 Scorpions
  • Defeat 2 Werewolves
271,828 Honey
1x Science Enhancement
2x Ticket
Pollination Practice
  • Discover 18 Bee Types.
  • Collect 870,000 Pollen.
  • Collect 435,000 Pollen from the Pineapple Patch.
  • Defeat 13 Mantiss
335,988 Honey
1x Science Enhancement
3x Ticket
Optimizing Abilities
  • Discover 19 Bee Types.
  • Collect 820,020 Blue Pollen.
  • Collect 720,020 White Pollen.
  • Collect 320,020 Pollen from the Sunflower Field.
  • Collect 100 Haste Tokens.
  • Collect 100 Focus Tokens.
  • Defeat 3 Spiders
453,236 Honey
1x Science Enhancement
4x Ticket
Ready For Infrared
  • Discover 20 Bee Types.
  • Collect 1,818,181 Red Pollen.
  • Collect 636,363 Pollen from the Strawberry Field.
  • Collect 424,242 Pollen from the Mushroom Field.
  • Collect 313 Red Boost Tokens.
  • Defeat 16 Ladybugs
  • Defeat 10 Scorpions
524,411 Honey
1x Science Enhancement
5x Ticket

Translator Quest List

 
Quest Name Requirements Reward
Breaking Down Badges
  • Discover 21 Bee Types.
  • Earn 1 Sunflower Badge
  • Earn 2 Battle Badges
  • Earn 2 Bamboo Badges
  • Collect 2,525,252 Pollen from the Bamboo Field.
  • Collect 524 Blue Boost Tokens.
  • Defeat 24 Rhino Beetles
700,127 Honey
1x Science Enhancement
6x Ticket
1x Enzymes
Subsidized Agriculture
  • Discover 22 Bee Types.
  • Collect 150 Sprout Tokens.
  • Collect 100 Strawberry Tokens.
  • Collect 100 Pineapple Tokens.
1x Magic Bean (when quest accepted)
870,588 Honey
1x Science Enhancement
7x Ticket
1x Oil
Meticulously Crafted
  • Discover 23 Bee Types.
  • Earn 15 Badges
  • Craft 10 Ingredients with the Blender.
  • Collect 3,333,333 Pollen from the Pumpkin Patch.
  • Collect 3,333,333 Pollen from the Cactus Field.
1,131,988 Honey
1x Science Enhancement
8x Ticket
1x Red Extract
1x Blue Extract
Smart, Not Hard
  • Discover 24 Bee Types.
  • Use the Field Booster 1 Time.
  • Use the Red Field Booster 1 Time.
  • Use the Blue Field Booster 1 Time.
  • Craft 14 Ingredients with the Blender.
  • Collect 4,444,444 White Pollen.
  • Collect 4,444,444 Blue Pollen.
  • Collect 4,444,444 Red Pollen.
1,451,369 Honey
1x Science Enhancement
9x Ticket
1x Glitter
Limits of Language
  • Discover 25 Bee Types.
  • Earn 10 Hotshot Badges
  • Collect 250 Token Link Tokens.
  • Collect 5,000,000 Pollen from the Dandelion Field.
  • Craft 50 Ingredients with the Blender.
  • Defeat 50 Ants.
2,502,907 Honey
1x Science Enhancement
10x Ticket
1x Translator
Patterns and Probability
  • Discover 26 Bee Types.
  • Collect 77 Sparkles Tokens.
  • Collect 7,777,777 Pollen from the Clover Field.
  • Defeat 7 Vicious Bees.
  • Craft 7 Ingredients with the Blender.
  • Use 7 Royal Jellies.
2,685,452 Honey
1x Science Enhancement
11x Ticket
13x Royal Jelly
Chemical Analysis
  • Discover 27 Bee Types.
  • Collect 270,000 Goo from White Flowers.
  • Collect 270,000 Goo from Red Flowers.
  • Collect 270,000 Goo from Blue Flowers.
  • Collect 270,000 Goo from the Sunflower Field.
  • Collect 2,700,000 Pollen from the Sunflower Field.
  • Collect 2,700,000 Pollen from the Blue Flower Field.
  • Craft 27 Ingredients with the Blender.
  • Defeat 27 Ladybugs.
3,275,822 Honey
1x Science Enhancement
12x Ticket
5x Royal Jelly
1x Glue
Mark Mechanics
  • Discover 28 Bee Types.
  • Collect 282 Mark Tokens.
  • Collect 28,282,828 Pollen from the Pine Tree Forest.
  • Collect 2,828,282 Pollen from the Mushroom Field.
  • Defeat 28 Fire Ants.
  • Craft 28 Ingredients with the Blender.
  • Defeat 2 Werewolfs.
4,669,201 Honey
1x Science Enhancement
13x Ticket
3000x Treat
1x Magic Bean
Meditating On Phenomenon
  • Discover 29 Bee Types.
  • Collect 2,000 Red Ability Tokens.
  • Collect 2,000 Blue Ability Tokens.
  • Collect 200 Red Boost Tokens.
  • Collect 200 Blue Boost Tokens.
  • Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Clover Field.
  • Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Spider Field.
  • Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Bamboo Field.
  • Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Strawberry Field.
  • Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Pineapple Field.
  • Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Pumpkin Field.
  • Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Cactus Field.
  • Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Rose Field.
  • Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Pine Tree Forest.
  • Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Mountain Field.
  • Collect 20,000,000 Red Pollen.
  • Collect 20,000,000 Blue Pollen.
  • Craft 20 Ingredients with Blender.
  • Defeat 20 Rhino Beetles
  • Defeat 20 Lady Bugs.
14,142,135 Honey
1x Science Enhancement
14x Ticket
1x Oil
1x Enzymes
1x Glitter
Beesperanto
  • Discover 30 Bee Types.
  • Obtain a Carpenter Bee.
  • Collect 200 Sunflower Seed Tokens.
  • Collect 400 Pineapple Tokens.
  • Collect 40,000,000 White Pollen.
  • Collect 800,000 Goo from the Strawberry Field.
  • Collect 800,000 Goo from the Bamboo Field.
  • Collect 800,000 Goo from the Pineapple Field.
  • Collect 16,000 Ability Tokens.
  • Use 32 Royal Jellies.
  • Craft 64 Ingredients with the Blender.
  • Collect 1,280 Focus Tokens.
25,600,000 Honey
15x Ticket
1x Star Jelly
1x Translator

Dialogue

Science Bear gives lots of information in his quest dialogues. Some of the information cannot be found anywhere else in-game.

Initial Series

Quest Dialogue
Preliminary

Research

Science. What's so great about science? Science gives us technology. Technology leads to efficiency. And efficiency means more honey faster! By studying different types of bees... I believe we can gain insights to how they work, and use those insights to increase their productivity! If you help me by doing some research, I'll enhance your bee swarm! Here's what you'll need to do: Collect 20,000 White pollen... Collect 10,000 pollen from the Strawberry Field... Collect 10,000 pollen from the Bamboo Field... And, most importantly... Discover 5 types of bees! Report back when you're research is complete.

-During-

There are two ways to discover new bee: 1) Hatching eggs. Basic eggs have a small chance of hatching into special types. But Silver, Gold, and Diamond eggs ALWAYS hatch into special types. 2) Royal Jelly. Jelly transform your existing bees into different Rare, Epic, or Legendary types. Here's what I'll need to enhance your bees: Collect 20,000 White Pollen... Collect 10,000 Pollen from the Strawberry Field... Collect 10,000 Pollen from the Bamboo Field... And discover 5 types of bees!

-Completion-

Fascinating! So there are at least 5 types of bees! And each one seems to work and behave a bit differently. By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm...(thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% more pollen to honey at a time. That brings the efficiency multiplier to a total of 125%! Report back to me when you're ready to do more research.

Biology Study Biology is the science that studies life. It helps us understand how living things work! That includes bees, bears, and even flowers. Zoology is the branch of biology that studies animals... Entomology is the branch of zoology that studies insects... And melittology is a branch of entomology that studies bees! I use many branches of biology in my studies. But they all relate to honey making somehow! Here's what I need for my next experiment: Collect 30,000 Red Pollen... Collect 20,000 Pollen from the Clover Field... Defeat 8 Ladybugs... Defeat 8 Rhino Beetles... And, most importantly... Discover 6 types of bees! Report back when you're research is complete.

-During-

Each new experiment I do becomes more complex. As a result, they'll require more research from you! Here's what I need: Collect 30,000 Red Pollen... Collect 20,000 Pollen from the Clover Field... Defeat 8 Ladybugs... Defeat 8 Rhino Beetles... And discover 6 types of bees!

-Completion-

Fascinating! So there are at least 6 types of bees! Ah, and some very interesting notes on the behaviors of beetles. By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm...(thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% more pollen to honey at a time. That brings the efficiency multiplier to a total of 150%! Report back to me when you're ready to do more research.

Proving the Hypothesis Scientific method allows us to reliably test things. By systematically observing and measuring things... We can see if my hypothosis [sic] is correct. My hypothosis [sic] is that if you do the following, I can enhance your bees! Collect 35,000 Blue Pollen... Collect 35,000 Pollen from the Pineapple Patch... Defeat 3 Mantises... Defeat 9 Rhino Beetles... And, most importantly... Discover 7 types of bees! Report back when your research is complete.

-During-

Each new experiment I do becomes more complex. As a result, they'll require more research from you. Here's the research I need from you this time: Collect 35,000 Blue Pollen... Collect 35,000 Pollen from the Pineapple Patch... Defeat 3 Mantises... Defeat 9 Rhino Beetles... And discover 7 types of bees!

-Completion-

Fascinating! So there are at least 7 types of bees! Ah, and some nice notes on symbiosis between Mantis and Rhino Beetles. By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm... ...(thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% more pollen to honey at a time. That brings the efficiency multiplier to a total of 175%! Report back to me when you're ready to do more research.

Bear Botany Bees and flowers go hand in hand. The flowers provide bees with nectar and the bees pollinate the flowers. Without bees, the flowers wouldn't be able to reproduce... And without flowers, the bees wouldn't be able to make honey! For our next project, we'll be doing some botany. Botany is the science of plants. I believe if we learn more about the flowers themselves. I'll be able to unlock more potential in your bees! Here's what we'll need: Collect 25,000 Pollen from the Dandelion Field... Collect 25,000 Pollen from the Sunflower Field... Collect 25,000 Pollen from the Blue Flower Field... Defeat 2 Spiders... And, most importantly... Discover 8 types of bees! Report back when your research is complete.

-During-

In the real world, a single bee can visit up to 5,000 flowers in a single day... there’s a reason for the saying “busy as a bee”. You should be pretty busy yourself, taking care of this: collect 25,000 pollen from the dandelion field... collect 25,000 pollen from the sunflower field... collect 25,000 pollen from the blue flower field... defeat 2 spiders... and discover 8 types of bees!

-Completion-

Fascinating! So there are at least 8 types of bees! Ah, and some valuable notes on how bees pollinate different type of flowers. By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm... ...(thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% more pollen to honey at a time. That brings the efficiency multiplier to a total of 200%! Report back to me when you're ready to do more research.

Kingdom Collection Bears aren't so different from bees. We're related as members of the animal kingdom. That also includes you! Flowers and trees, well those are obviously plants. But mushrooms, those are fungi. an entirely different kingdom. The biological classifications of things are not always obvious. To get a true understanding, we need to look closer! Our next project involves collecting samples from all three of those animal kingdoms. Collect 75,000 from the Bamboo Field... Collect 35,000 from the Mushroom Field... Defeat 2 Spiders... And, most importantly... Discover 9 types of bees! Report back when your research is complete.

-During-

Animals, plants, fungi... Bateria [sic] and protists [sic] ... Each kingdom evolve differently, but they're all successful in their own ways. Here's what I need: Collect 75,000 Pollen from the Bamboo Field... Collect 35,000 Pollen from the Mushroom Field... And defeat 2 Spiders!

-Completion-

Fascinating! So there are at least 9 types of bees! Ah, and some interesting notes comparing animal, plant, and fungi cells. By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm... ...(Thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% more pollen to honey at a time. That brings the efficiency multiplier to a total of 225%! Report back to me when you're ready to do more research.

Defensive Adaptations When the hive's threatened, bees are quick to attack. Swarming and stinging intruders, that's their means of defense. All living things have had to adapt to survive. Us bears, we grew big and strong. Or intelligent in my case. All the creatures on this mountain took a different approach! Even the plants, let's take a closer look: Collect 60,000 Pollen from the Cactus Field... Collect 60,000 Pollen from the Rose Field... Defeat 4 Scorpions... Defeat 6 Rhino Beetles... And, most importantly... Discover 10 types of bees! Report back when your research is complete!

-During-

Self-preservation isn't always about being strong. Being fast or smart can work just as well! Here's what we need for the next enhancement: Collect 60,000 Pollen from the Cactus Field... Collect 60,000 Pollen from the Rose Field... Defeat 4 Scorpions... Defeat 6 Rhino Beetles... And discover 10 types of bees!

-Completion-

Fascinating! So there are at least 10 types of bees! Ah, and some fascinating notes on different defensive adaptations. By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm... ...(Thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% more pollen to honey at a time. That brings the efficiency multiplier to a total of 250%! Report back to me when you're ready to do more research.

Benefits Of Technology What was life like before science? In some ways, slow and predictable... And in others, slow and cruel! Without efficient scoopers, a single drought can wipe out our entire honey supply. Without advanced pollen containers, we spent all day walking between the field and the hive. Without cannons and slingshots, we had to fight our way through the fields just to go to the store! It's thanks to technology that we no longer live at the mercy of nature. Contribute to science and make life easier! Collect 75,000 Pollen from the Pumpkin Patch... Collect 75,000 Pollen from the Pine Tree forest... Defeat 2 Mantiss [sic]... Defeat 1 Werewolf... And, most importantly... Discover 11 types of bees! Report back when your research is complete!

-During-

Each new experiment I do becomes more complex. As a result, they'll require more research from you! Here's the research I need from you this time: Collect 75,000 Pollen from the Pumpkin Patch... Collect 75,000 Pollen from the Pine Tree Forest... Defeat 2 Mantiss [sic]... Defeat 1 Werewolf... And discover 11 types of bees!

-Completion-

Fascinating! So there are at least 11 types of bees! And some interesting notes on the benefits of multitasking. By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm... ...(thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% more pollen to honey at a time. That brings the efficiency multiplier to a total of 275%! Report back to me when you're ready to do more research.

Spider Study There's valuable information to be obtained by observing nature. Many of the problems we save in the fields of science and technology...Have already been solved by plants and animals! Today, I'm curious about spiders. I believe by observing how they move and build those complex webs... I'll be able to enhance your bee swarm! But I'm too busy to go down there myself, I'll need your help: Collect 120,00 White Pollen... Defeat 4 Spiders... And most importantly... Discover 12 types of bees! Report back when your research is complete!

-During-

The silk spiders build their webs with its [sic] remarkable. It's lightweight but strong - able to trap very large bugs! I suspect we could engineer an even better pollen container using it. Anyway, hows the research coming along? This is what I need: Collect 120,00 White Pollen... Defeat 4 Spiders... And discover 12 types of bees!

-Completion-

Fascinating! So there are at least 12 types of bees! Ah, and some invaluable notes on the properties of spidertalk. By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm... ...(thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% more pollen to honey at a time. That brings the efficiency multiplier to a total of 300%! Report back to me when you're ready to do more research.

Roses And Weeds

I consider myself to be a practicial and rational bear. In line with that, I've always found some things funny... For example, how roses are considered so beautiful, while dandelions are considered unsightly weeds. Do you think if dandelions were as hard to grow as roses, and roses grew as easily as dandelions, it would be the other way around? Let's take a closer look at both: Collect 100,000 Pollen from the Rose Field... Collect 30,000 Pollen from the Dandelion Field... Defeat 10 Ladybugs... Defeat 1 Werewolf... And, most importantly... Discover 13 types of bees! Report back when your research is complete.

-During-

Things like tastes and what people find pretty are not easy to explain with science. But it's possible! Here's what we'll need: Collect 100,000 Pollen from the Rose Field... Collect 30,000 Pollen from the Dandelion Field... Defeat 10 Ladybugs... Defeat 1 Werewolf... And discover 13 types of bees!

-Completion-

Fascinating! So there are at least 13 types of bees! Ah, and a deeper comparison between roses and dandelions. By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm... ...(thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% more pollen to honey at a time. That brings the efficiency multiplier to a total of 325%! Report back to me when you're ready to do more research.

Blue Review Are there innate properties uniting all things blue? We know that blue bees work more efficiently in fields of blue flowers... And that blue Rhino Beetles tend to thrive in blue fields... Our intuition tells us that they must be bound by some underlying property. Something special about blue! But we can't just trust our intuition, we have to investigate scientifically. There might just be something speical about blue that can enhance your bees! Collect 115,000 Pollen from the Pine Tree Forest... Collect 35,000 Pollen from the Blue Flower Field... Defeat 12 Rhino Beetles... Defeat 8 Mantiss [sic]... And, most importantly... Discover 14 types of bees! Report back when your reseach is complete.

-During-

Each new experiment I do becomes more complex. As a result, they'll require more research from you! Here's the research I need from you this time: Collect 115,000 Pollen from the Pine Tree Forest... Collect 35,000 Pollen from the Blue Flower Field... Defeat 12 Rhino Beetles... Defeat 8 Mantiss [sic]... And discover 14 types of bees!

-Completion-

Fascinating! So there are at least 14 types of bees! Ah, and some detailed notes on common traits shared by blue stuff. By studyin these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm... ...(thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% more pollen to honey at a time. That brings the efficiency multiplier to a total of 350%! Report back to me when you’re ready to do more research.

Ongoing Progress As technology becomes more advanced, we’re able to learn more in ever shorter periods of time. Each scientific breakthrough leads to countless other. But no matter how advanced our tools get, it’s up to us to utilize them. And to do that, we’ve got to stay curious and continue to as questions. There’s no end to science, because we’ve always got more to learn! More specifically, we can always discover new ways to enhance your bees! Ready for the next experiment? Collect 125,000 White Pollen... Collect 65,000 Pollen from the Strawberry Field... Collect 65,000 from the Cactus Field... Defeat 3 Scorpions... Defeat 3 Spiders... And, most importantly... Discover 15 types of bees! Report back when your research is complete.

-During-

Each new experiment I do becomes more complex. As a result, they’lol require more research from you! Here’s the research I need from you this time: Collect 125,000 White Pollen... Collect 65,000 Pollen from the Strawberry Field... Collect 65,000 from the Cactus Field... Defeat 3 Scorpions... Defeat 3 Spiders... And discover 15 types of bees!

-Completion-

Fascinating! So there are at least 15 types of bees! By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm... ...(thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% more pollen to honey at a time. That brings the efficiency multiplier to a total of 375%! Report back to me when you're ready to do more research.

Red / Blue Duality Many things on this mountain are divided into groups, one red and one blue. They may look different, but they're actually quite similar. There are red and blue flowers, red and blue bees, and red and blue varieties of both "Bomb" and "Boost" Ability Tokens. What could have led to this parallelism? Are red and blue diametrically opposed? Perhaps they depend on each other? Let's tackle these questions with our experiment: Collect 240,000 Red Pollen, 240,000 Blue Pollen, Collect 240,000 Pollen from the Clover Field, Collect 100 Red Boost Tokens, Collect 100 Blue Boost Tokens, and most importantly, Discover 16 types of bees! Report back when your research is complete.

-During-

Each new experiment I do becomes more complex. As a result, they'll require more research from you! Here's the research I need from you this time: Collect 240,000 Red Pollen... Collect 240,000 Blue Pollen... Collect 240,000 Pollen from the Clover Field... Collect 100 Red Boost Tokens... Collect 100 Blue Boost Tokens... And discover 16 types of bees!

-Completion-

Fascinating! So there are at least 16 types of bees! Ah, and some intriguing notes comparing and contrasting red and blue specimens. By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm... ...(thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% more pollen to honey at a time. That brings the efficiency multiplier to a total of 400%! Report back to me when you're ready to do more research.

Costs Of Computation In the real world, hives can contain thousands of bees! Stimulating that many bees, however, would probably crash the servers... Each bee requires processing power to allow it to think and move. That's why there's a limit to maximum size of hives in this game! But that number is plenty big enough for us to do some serious research. Let's get back to it: Collect 422,000 Pollen from the Pumpkin Patch... Collect 244,000 Pollen from the Spider Field... Defeat 16 Rhino Beetles... Defeat 8 Scorpions... Defeat 2 Werewolves... And most importantly... Discover 17 types of bees! Report back when your research is complete.

-During-

Each new experiment I do becomes more complex. As a result, they'll require more research from you! Here's the research I need from you this time: Collect 422,000 Pollen from the Pumpkin Patch... Collect 244,000 Pollen from the Spider Field... Defeat 16 Rhino Beetles... Defeat 8 Scorpions... Defeat 2 Werewolves... And most importantly... And discover 17 types of bees!

-Completion-

Fascinating! So there are at least 17 types of bees! Ah, and some important notes on the computational limitations of your bees. By studying these, I believe i can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm....(thinking).... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% honey to pollen at a time. That brings an efficiency multiplier of 425%! Report back to me when you're ready to do more research.

Pollination Practice Speaking of the real world, out there are bees produce honey out of nectar instead of pollen. But real bees still collect pollen! And that plays a vital role in plant reproduction. As bees travel from flower to flower, they collect pollen on their bodies and transfer it between plants. This pollinates the plants, allowing them to produce fruits and seeds. Many plants depend on bees specifically to pollinate them. Because of this, bees are vital for the survival of entire ecosystems! This includes your bees. Let's put them back to work. Collect 870,000 pollen... Collect 435,000 pollen from the Pineapple Patch... Defeat 13 Mantiss... And most importantly... Discover 18 types of bees! Report back when your research is complete.

-During-

Each new experiment I do becomes more complex. As a result, they'll require more research from you! Here's the research I need from you this time: Collect 870,000 pollen... Collect 435,000 pollen from the Pineapple Patch... Defeat 13 mantiss... And discover 18 types of bees!

-Completion-

Fascinating! So there are at least 18 types of bees! Ah, and some interesting notes on the mechanics behind plant pollination. By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm....(thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% honey to pollen at a time. That brings an efficiency multiplier of 450%! Report back to me when you're ready to do more research.

Optimizing Abilities A successful hive typically contains a variety of bees that play different roles. The bees on the mountain can be categorized into different groups based on the abilities they produce. Bees that produce "Haste" Ability Tokens help you move faster. Bees that produce "Focus" Ability Tokens help you collect more pollen by enabling critical hits! To best determine the optimal ratio of each type of bee, we'll need to employ a scientific method. Let's give it a shot: Collect 820,020 Blue Pollen... Collect 720,020 White Pollen... Collect 320,020 Pollen from the Sunflower Field... Collect 100 Haste Tokens... Collect 100 Focus Tokens... Defeat 3 Spiders... And most importantly... Discover 19 types of bees! Report back when your research is complete.

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Each new experiment i do become more complex. As a result, they'll require more research from you! Here's the research I need from you from you this time: Collect 820,020 Blue Pollen... Collect 720,020 White Pollen... Collect 320,020 Pollen from the Sunflower Field... Collect 100 Haste Tokens... Collect 100 Focus Tokens... Defeat 3 Spiders... And discover 19 types of bees!

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Fascinating! So there are at least 19 types of bees! Ah, and some revealing notes on the optimal ratio of different Ability Token producing bees. By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm....(thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% honey to pollen at a time. That brings an efficiency multiplier of 475%! Report back to me when you're ready to do more research.

Ready For Infrared The colors we see are determined by the frequency and wavelength of electromagnetic radiation. Red has the longest wavelength and lowest frequency of all colors on visible spectrum. If the wavelength were any longer, it would become infrared radiation, and we wouldn't be able to see at all! But I suspect there are some flowers and bees out there that would look brilliant if we could. Why don't we investigate red a bit further: Collect 1,818,181 Red Pollen... Collect 636,363 Pollen from the Strawberry Field... Collect 424,242 Pollen from the Mushroom Field... Collect 313 Red Boost Tokens... Defeat 16 Ladybugs... Defeat 10 Scorpions... And most importantly... discover 20 types of bees! Report back when your research is complete.

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Each new experiment I do becomes more complex. As a result, they'll require more research from you! Here's the research I need from you this time: Collect 1,818,181 Red Pollen... Collect 636,363 Pollen from the Strawberry Field... Collect 424,242 Pollen from the Mushroom Field... Collect 313 Red Boost Tokens... Defeat 16 Ladybugs... Defeat 10 Scorpions... And discover 20 types of bees!

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Fascinating! So there are at least 20 types of bees! Ah, and some enlightening measurements on the reflection of infrared radiation by visibly red objects. By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm...(thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% more pollen to honey at a time. That brings the efficiency multiplier to a total of 500%! Report back when you're ready to do more research.

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Quest Dialogue
Breaking Down Badges The math behind honeymaking becomes increasingly complex as you become a more proficient beekeeper. As you progress, you gain a wide variety of multipliers that combine to speed up the grind! For example, consider the "Honey Per Pollen" statistic. It determines how much honey you get for each pollen you convert into honey. It starts at 100%, which equates to 1 honey per pollen, but can be increased... Through equipment, Gifted Bee hive bonuses, and Badges. Badges are awarded to beekeepers who reach a certain milestone. Each one provies [sic] a permanent stat boost. For example, obtaining the Sunflower Cadet Badge increases you Honey Per Pollen by 5%! As you obtain more Sunflower Badges, that bonus gets higher. You can see all the obtainable Badges and the bonuses they grant you in the Badge Menu. For our next experiment, let's take a closer look at Badges. Earn 1 Sunflower Badge.. Earn 2 Battle Badges.. Earn 2 Bamboo Badges.. Collect 2,525,252 Pollen from the Bamboo Field... Collect 524 Blue Boost Tokens... Defeat 24 Rhino Beetles... And, most importantly... Discover 21 types of bees! Report back when your research is complete.

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Each new experiment I do becomes more complex. As a result, they'll require more research from you! Here's the research I need from you this time: Earn 1 Sunflower Badge... Earn 2 Battle Badges... Earn 2 Bamboo Badges.. Collect 2,525,252 Pollen from the Bamboo Field... Collect 524 Blue Boost Tokens... Defeat 24 Rhino Beetle... And discover 21 types of bees!

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Fascinating! So there are at least 21 types of bees! Ah, and some insightful statistics on the gains yielded from Badge Bonuses. By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm... ...(thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% more pollen to honey at a time. That brings the effciency multiplier to a total of 525%! As a bonus, I'd like you to have this: some [Enzymes]. Using those will allow you to instantly convert 10% of pollen to honey for 10 minutes. It also speeds up conversion rate by x1.25! Report back to me when you're ready to do more research.

Subsidized Agriculture I may be a technologically savvy bear… But I’m no stranger to working the land. Here on the mountain we live in a predominantly agrarian society. Our primary export is honey, but we’re also known for the quality of our fruits and seeds. While it’s certainly possible to harvest berries and seeds from fields with old fashioned gathering… It’s much faster to tend to the magical Sprouts that sometimes pop up. Collecting pollen from fields containing Sprouts will cause the Sprouts to grow. When they reach their maximum size, they pop - scattering treats and other rewards all around the field. Working with others is essential to growing Sprouts, especially the rarer ones. Be sure to split up when the Sprouts pop so you can most optimally share the rewards. For our next experiment, I want to investigate Sprout growth more closely. To start you off, I’m giving you a [Magic Bean]. Activate the [Magic Bean] while standing in a field, and a Sprout will immediately grow. I’m aware of the irony of a Science Bear dealing with magical items, by the way. They’re not really magic, you know. Here’s the full list of what I’ll need: Collect 150 Sprout Tokens… Collect 100 Strawberry Tokens… Collect 100 Pineapple Tokens… And, most importantly… Discover 22 types of bees! Report back when your research is complete.

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Sprouts spawn naturally fairly frequently, about once every 20 minutes. In addition, you can obtain [Magic Beans] as rare drops from monsters, or as rare rewards from quests. To complete this experiement faster, it may be wise to team up with others. Here's the list of everything I'll [sic] to complete the experiment: Collect 150 Sprout Tokens... Collect 100 Strawberry Tokens... Collect 100 Pineapple Tokens... And discover 22 types of bees!

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Fascinating! So there are at least 22 types of bees! Ah, and a finely detailed breakdown on the mechanics behind Sprout growth! By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm... ...(thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% more pollen to honey at a time. That brings the efficiency multiplier to a total of 550%! As an extra reward, I'd like you have [sic] one of these: a bottle of [Oil]. Using this will reduce friction on you and your bees... Allowing both you and your swarm to move 25% faster for 10 minutes! Report back to me when you're ready to do more research.

Meticulously Crafted Did you know that the device you're playing this game on... Is actually nothing more than a clever combination of plastics, metals, and rock? By precisely arranging simple materials in certain ways... We can create amazing tools that seem to work like magic! That process is similar to the crafting we do on this mountain. By combining ingredients we harvest from the fields and monsters... We're capable of creating more advanced and helpful items and tools. Inside the Badge Bearer's Guild beyond the 15 Bee Gate, you'll find a large blender. Using that, you can combine items like [Royal Jelly] and [Treats]... Into more advanced items like [Extracts], [Oil], [Enzymes] and [Glue]! [Extracts] increase pollen gathered of a certain color by 25%... [Oil] increases the movement speed of your collector and bees by 25%... [Enzymes] increases [sic] instant conversion by 10%, and conversion rate by 25%... [Glue] increases the pollen gathered by you and your bees by 25%... And they all last 10 minutes. Perhaps the easiest ingredient to craft is [Gumdrops]. Each one requires just 3 [Strawberries], 3 [Blueberries], and 3 [Pineapples]. Let's experiment with crafting. Earn 15 Badges... Craft 10 Ingredients with the Blender... Collect 3,333,333 Pollen from the Pumpkin Patch... Collect 3,333,333 Pollen from the Cactus Field... And, most importantly... Discover 23 types of bees! Report back when your research is complete.

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To get inside the Badge Bearer's Guild, you'll need to obtain 15 Badges. You can see all obtainable badges in the Badge Menu. Once you're in there, you're free to use the Blender... Which allows you combine [sic] ingredients into valuable items like [Extracts], [Oil], [Enzymes], and [Glue]! The cheapest items to craft, however, are [Gumdrops]. I'd suggest crafting those for the purpose of this expiriment[sic]. Here's a rundown of what I need: Earn 15 Badges.. Craft 10 Ingredients with the Blender... Collect 3,333,333 Pollen from the Pumpkin Patch... Collect 3,333,333 Pollen from the Cactus Field... And discover 23 types of bees

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Fascinating! So there are at least 23 types of bees! Ah, and some tell-tale signs of some down-and-dirty crafting all over you and your bees! By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm... ...(thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% more pollen to honey at a time. That brings the effciency multiplier to a total of 575%! As a bonus, I'd like you to take these: a [Red Extract] and a [Blue Extract]. Using those will boost pollen of the matching color by 25% for 10 minutes! They're also used as materials for crafting certain accessories, like [Red and Blue Guards]. Report back to me when you're ready to do more research.

Smart, Not Hard

Working harder doesn't necessarily yeild better results. In most cases, working smarter is far more valuable than simply exerting more effort. Technology itself is the manifestation of this phliosophy. By using our minds to create tools to help us out... Jobs that used to take days can be finished in just a matter of minutes! Field Boosters are a perfect example of this. These machines enhance specific fields for 15 minutes. During that time, you can gather over double the amount of pollen you usually would. You can find the Red Field Booster in the Red HQ... The Blue Field Booster in the Blue HQ... And the general Field Booster beyond the 25 Bee Gate. I believe by taking a closer look at how they work, I may be able to enhance your swarm. Use the Field Booster 1 Time... Use the Red Field Booster 1 Time... Use the Blue Field Booster 1 Time... Craft 14 Ingredients from the Blender... Collect 4,444,444 White Pollen... Collect 4,444,444 Blue Pollen... Collect 4,444,444 Red Pollen... And, most importantly... Discover 24 types of bees! Report back when your research is complete.

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Each new experiment I do becomes more complex. As a result, they'll require more research from you! Here's the research I need from you this time: Use the Field Booster 1 Time... Use the Red Field Booster 1 Time... Use the Blue Field Booster 1 Time... Craft 14 Ingredients from the Blender... Collect 4,444,444 White Pollen... Collect 4,444,444 Blue Pollen... Collect 4,444,444 Red Pollen... And discover 24 types of bees!

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Fascinating! So there are at least 24 types of bees! Ah, and some revealing notes on the inner workings of Field Boosters. By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm... ...(thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% more pollen to honey at a time. That brings the efficiency multiplier to a total of 600%! I'd also like you to have one of these: a pouch of [Glitter]. This substance is a potent fertalizer [sic]. By sprinkling it on a field of your choice, you can instantly give it a boost! It's also used as a material for crafting various accessories. Report back to me when you're ready to do more research.

Limits of Language

Understanding people is way more complicated than understanding machines. For one thing, different people speak different languages... And even among those who speak the same language, words can have different meanings! As a scientist, this poses a fascinating problem. Could it be possible to create a device that could eliminate this barrier once and for all? I'm talking about a universal [Translator]! Working to create such a device has been a private hobby of mine for years... And recently I believe I've made a breakthrough! If you help me finish this experiment, I'll be able to finish an early prototype. With that [Translator], you may be able to communicate with someone new. Here's what I'll need to make this device a reality: Earn 10 Hotshot Badges... Collect 250 Token Link Tokens... Collect 5,000,000 Pollen from the Dandelion Field... Craft 50 Ingredients with the Blender... Defeat 50 Ants... And, most importantly... Discover 25 types of bees! Report back when your research is complete.

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There is structure to all languages. It differs between them all, but the function of each structure the same: It allows what we say to have meaning that we can express to others. I believe it may be possible to illuminate the struture [sic] beneath those structures... And use that to create a device capable of translating every language imaginable! Here's the list of what I'll need to help make this a reality: Earn 10 Hotshot Badges... Collect 250 Token Link Tokens... Collect 5,000,000 Pollen from the Dandelion Field... Craft 50 Ingredients with the Blender... Defeat 50 Ants... And discover 25 types of bees!

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Fascinating! So there are at least 25 types of bees! Ah, and an insightful breakdown of the non-verbal communication methods of ants. By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm... ...(thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% more pollen to honey at a time. That brings the efficiency multiplier to a total of 625%! And, most importantly, I believe I now know just what I need to complete this... My first working [Translator]! With this device, you may be able to communicate with new creatures! But keep in mind, once you give it to someone, the decision is permanent. If you complete 5 more quests, I may be able to complete another. Please give it a test! I'm anxious to see how it performs.

Patterns and Probability

How often do bees transform into Legendary types? When's the next time we can expect Vicious Bee to attack? Many things in the world seem random at first... But over time a pattern can reveal the order behind almost all seemingly random occurrences. For example, you may have noticed that certain objects on the mountain seem to come to life... And blow bubbles at the fields every once in a while. The bubbles they blow create Sparkles on flowers, and collecting from those flowers... Can give you Sparkle Tokens containing honey, treats, and other special rewards. It may seem like they do it completely at random, but truth is they're somewhat predictable. After one appears, they will never appear again for at least 10 minutes. And the odds of them not appearing at all within a single hour is incredibly small. The same can be said for Vicious Bee's attacks. Measuring the frequency of these events help up predict when they'll occur again in the future. And recording the results of things like [Royal Jelly] transformations and monster drops... Help us create a clear picture of probabilites [sic]. For my next experiment, I'd like you to track statistics on some seemingly random events. Collect 77 Sparkles Tokens... Collect 7,777,777 Pollen from the Clover Field... Defeat 7 Vicious Bees... Craft 7 Ingredients with the Blender... Use 7 Royal Jellies... And, most importantly... Discover 26 types of bees! Report back when you're research is complete.

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If you see dark [sic] patch of flowers that seems to shine... Be sure to collect from those flowers. You'll likely find something special [sic] That phenomenon is known as Sparkles, and it can be produced in 2 ways. First, various plants and objects on this map, such as the Bubble Blower to my right [sic, left]... And the Pineapple to my left [sic, right], sometimes reveal their face. When they do, they'll blow bubbles towards the flowers, covering them in Sparkles. Second, when night falls, a swarm of Fireflies roam the map. When they land on flowers, they cause them to Sparkle as well. You'll need to collect tokens from Sparkles for this experiment. Here's the full rundown: Collect 77 Sparkles Tokens... Collect 7,777,777 Pollen from the Clover Field... Defeat 7 Vicious Bees... Craft 7 Ingredients with the Blender... Use 7 Royal Jellies... And discover 26 types of bees!

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Fascinating! So there are at least 26 types of bees! Ah, and some informative graphs on the frequency of natural events. By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm... ...(thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% more pollen to honey at a time. That brings the efficiency multiplier to a total of 650%! Report back to me when you're ready to do more research.

Chemical Analysis

Through years of diligent experimentation... We've made countless advancements in honeymaking technology. But the discovery that's most surprising, and least well understood... Is the use of [Gumdrops] to immediately gain honey from the flowers themselves! Scatter [Gumdrops] on a field, and it will become covered in puddles. Collect from those puddles to gain bonus honey. We call the honey gained in this way "Goo", and it has some seemingly other-worldly properties... For my next experiment, I want to demystify goo and better understand how it works. Using that knowledge, I believe I'll be able to unlock even more potential in your swarm! Take these [Gumdrops] and share them with others to complete these tasks. Using them on boosted fields will yeild [sic] much more Goo per [Gumdrop]. Here's what I'll need: Collect 270,000 Goo from White Flowers... Collect 270,000 Goo from Red Flowers... Collect 270,000 Goo from Blue Flowers... Collect 270,000 Goo from the Sunflower Field... Collect 2,700,000 Pollen from the Sunflower Field... Collect 2,700,000 Pollen from the Blue Flower Field... Craft 27 Ingredients from the Blender... Defeat 27 Ladybugs... And, most importantly... Discover 27 types of bees! Report back when you're research is complete

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[Gumdrops] were introduced to this mountain by Gummy Bear. Ever since, we've continued to use [Gumdrops] to increase our honey yeilds [sic]. As an alien technology, we don't yet understand the mechanism behind how it works... I'm hoping to demystify them once and for all, but I'll need your help. Collect 270,000 Goo from White Flowers... Collect 270,000 Goo from Red Flowers... Collect 270,000 Goo from Blue Flowers... Collect 270,000 Goo from the Sunflower Field... Collect 2,700,000 Pollen from the Sunflower Field... Collect 2,700,000 Pollen from the Blue Flower Field... Craft 27 Ingredients from the Blender... Defeat 27 Ladybugs... And discover 27 types of bees!

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Fascinating! So there are at least 27 types of bees! Ah, and an illuminating breakdown of the chemical composition of Goo. By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm... ...(thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% more pollen to honey at a time. That brings the efficiency multiplier to a total of 675%! As a bonus, I'd like you to have this bottle of [Glue]. It's created out of [Gumdrops], and using it increases pollen from bees and tools by 25% for 10 minutes! Report back to me when you're ready to do more research.

Marking Mechanics Bee and many other creatures use chemical called pheromones... To communicate with eachother [sic] chemically, through scent. They release a certain pheromone to alert other bees about threats... Another to keep track of where they've been, another to tell others where to go... And many more for all sorts of situations! Pheromones are simulated in this game through the "Mark" bee abilities. These produce signs on random areas of the field that grant boosts when you stand in their proximity. It's the visual representation of a bee using pheromones to tell you where to go. If the circles surrounding two Marks overlap, you gain the boosts of both by standing near either. Having many Marks active and overlapping the field increase their effectiveness. And makes it much easier to activate many of them at a time. As of right now, Stubborn Bee and Carpenter Bee produce Marks. Let's take a closer look at pheromone and Mark abilities. By better understanding how bees communicate. I believe I'll be able to enhance your swarm [sic] Collect 282 Mark Tokens... Collect 28,282,828 Pollen from the Pine Tree Forest... Collect 2,828,282 Pollen from the Mushroom Field... Defeat 28 Fire Ants... Craft 28 Ingredients with the Blender... Defeat 2 Werewolfs [sic]... And, most importantly... Discover 28 types of bees! Report back when you're research is complete.

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Each new experiment I do becomes more complex. As a result, they'll require more research from you! Here's the research I need from you this time: Collect 282 Mark Tokens... Collect 28,282,828 Pollen from the Pine Tree Forest... Collect 2,828,282 Pollen from the Mushroom Field... Defeat 28 Fire Ants... Craft 28 Ingredients with the Blender... Defeat 2 Werewolfs [sic]... And discover 28 types of bees!

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Fascinating! So there are at least 28 types of bees! Ah, and some well documented notes on the use of a variety of pheromones. By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm... ...(thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% more pollen to honey at a time. That brings the efficiency multiplier to a total of 700%! Report back to me when you're ready to do more research.

Meditating On Phenomenon Many things appear different, but when you take a closer look, they're actually the same. Or at least, very closely related. Some examples of this are obvious, like ice and water. And others are harder to understand, like space and time. It may seem crazy to suggest that space and time are the same thing... But there's evidence supporting this, although it's difficult to grasp. The theory unifying space and time can predict some things more accuratly [sic]... Than theories that suggest they're separate. For that practical reason, we disregard our intuition and seemingly strange things to be true. But there's something to be said about our intuitions and impressions. Things that, by all scientific accounts, are the same... Can produce distinctly different feelings in our minds when we experience them. We can understand feelings, to a certain degree, using neuroscience... But from a more holistic standpoint, they seem to escape scientific explanation. This starts to seem like a philosophical problem, rather than scientific. But, as a bear of science, that won't stop me from trying to understand them methodically! Preform these seemingly similar tasks, and reflect on both the distinct feelings you experience... And the ways in which they are essentially the same. Report back what you find, and I believe I'll be able to use those observations... To greater understand the nature of conscious experience - perhaps existence itself... And, most importantly, enhance the honeymaking [sic] efficiency of your bees. Collect 2,000 Red Ability Tokens... Collect 2,000 Blue Ability Tokens... Collect 200 Red Boost Tokens... Collect 200 Blue Boost Tokens... Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Clover Field... Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Spider Field... Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Bamboo Field... Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Strawberry Field... Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Pineapple Patch... Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Pumpkin Patch... Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Cactus Field... Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Rose Field... Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Pine Tree Forest... Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Mountain Top Field... Collect 20,000,000 Red Pollen... Collect 20,000,000 Blue Pollen... Craft 20 Ingredients from the Blender... Defeat 20 Rhino Beetles... Defeat 20 Ladybugs... And, most importantly... Discover 29 types of bees! Report back when your research is complete.

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Each new experiment I do becomes more complex. As a result, they'll require more research from you! Here's the research I need from you this time: Collect 2,000 Red Ability Tokens... Collect 2,000 Blue Ability Tokens... Collect 200 Red Boost Tokens... Collect 200 Blue Boost Tokens... Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Clover Field... Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Spider Field... Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Bamboo Field... Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Strawberry Field... Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Pineapple Patch... Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Pumpkin Patch... Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Cactus Field... Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Rose Field... Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Pine Tree Forest... Collect 2,000,000 Pollen from the Mountain Top Field... Collect 20,000,000 Red Pollen... Collect 20,000,000 Blue Pollen... Craft 20 Ingredients from the Blender... Defeat 20 Rhino Beetles... Defeat 20 Ladybugs... And discover 29 types of bees!

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Fascinating! So there are at least 29 types of bees! Ah, and some frustrating notes on the elusive measurability [sic] of human experience. By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm... ...(thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% more pollen to honey at a time. That brings the efficiency multiplier to a total of 725%! Report back to me when you're ready to do more research.

Beesperanto I'm making further progress in my quest to answer the problem of language once and for all! And the implications of my findings will make shockwaves [sic] in all fields imaginable. Without the barrier of language... We'll be able to directly communicate our exact demands to the bees... And the bees may even have secrets of their own that could help us in return! The economy of the mountain will likely grow astronomically... Once we're able to better communicate honey export deals with bears far and wide. Perhaps one day there may even be peace between the bear, monsters and bugs... If we're able to talk with eachother [sic] and understand eachothers [sic] motivations! This is yet another example of the benefits of science and technology. Every seemingly impossible struggle can be overcome with the use of our minds. Help me complete this experiment, and I'll be able to finish my second [Translator]. Our findings may shape the course of history: Obtain a Carpenter Bee... Collect 200 Sunflower Seed Tokens... Collect 400 Pineapple Tokens... Collect 40,000,000 White Pollen... Collect 800,000 Goo from the Strawberry Field... Collect 800,000 Goo from the Bamboo Field... Collect 800,000 Goo from the Pineapple Patch... Collect 16,000 Ability Tokens... Use 32 Royal Jellies... Craft 64 Ingredients with the Blender... Collect 1,280 Focus Tokens... And, most importantly... Discover 30 types of bees! Report back when your research is complete.

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The importance of language can't be overstated. There's some evidence to suggest that thought itself... Is completely reliant on language. That means that we may all experience the world in different ways... Depending on the structure and emphasis of the language we use. There's arguably some some good that comes from that difference. It allows us to have different perspectives... Which helps use reveal and teach eachother [sic] new things. But it arguably leads to more problems. Especially regarding maintaining peace and communicate efficiently. That's why I'm passionate about my [Translator] project! Here's what I need from you to progress: Obtain a Carpenter Bee... Collect 200 Sunflower Seed Tokens... Collect 400 Pineapple Tokens... Collect 40,000,000 White Pollen... Collect 800,000 Goo from the Strawberry Field... Collect 800,000 Goo from the Bamboo Field... Collect 800,000 Goo from the Pineapple Patch... Collect 16,000 Ability Tokens... Use 32 Royal Jellies... Craft 64 Ingredients with the Blender... Collect 1,280 Focus Tokens... And discover 30 types of bees!

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Fascinating! So there are at least 30 types of bees. Ah, and some clever construction methods learned from Carpenter Bee. By studying these, I believe I can unlock some potential in your swarm! Hmm... ...(thinking)... AH HA! There we go! From here on out, your bees will be able to convert 25% more pollen to honey at a time. That brings the efficiency multiplier to a total of 750%! And, more importantly, I believe I now know just what I need to complete this... A second [Translator]! With this device, you may be able to communicate with new creatures! But keep in mind, once you give it to someone, the decision is permanent. Next week, I'll have 5 more quests that may allow me to create another.

Conclusion (before last 5 translator quests were added) I'm preforming some research that will bring me closer to building a third [Translator]. Check back with me next weekend and I'll have more experiments for us to do.
Conclusion That's all the experiments I can perform for now. Check back with me after the game updates.

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Trivia

  • Science Bear uses the Superhero Animation Pack.
  • He had the fewest number of quests out of the permanent bears before the 7/11 update.
  • He is the only bear to have ''discovering bee types'' as a requirement.
  • Science Bear is the 2nd to last quest bear on the map, the last being Polar Bear.
  • Just like Panda Bear, Mother Bear and Black Bear, he is self aware that he is in the game: during the Costs of Computation quest, he remarks that actual bee hives contain thousands of bees, but simulating that would crash the servers; and if you talk to him after finishing all of his quests, he tells you to wait for more updates.
  • Science Bear is based on the spectacled bear.
  • He's the one of two bears to give a unique ability after every quest, the other being Polar Bear.
  • Science Bear is Onett's least favorite bear to write dialogue for which is why there are currently only 26 quests.
  • Science Bear is the first bear to give quests to collect pollen from the Mountain Top Field.
  • He is also the first bear to give quests that require you to discover a specific bee, instead of simply the general type requirement.
  • Science Bear is the only bear to give translators.
  • Science Bear only had 16 quests until that was bumped up to 26 in the 11/25 update.
Quest Givers
Permanent Bears Blackcloseup Black BearMothercloseup Mother BearBrowncloseup Brown BearPandacloseup Panda BearSciencecloseup Science BearPolarcloseup Polar Bear
Traveling Bears Suncloseup Sun BearGummycloseup Gummy Bear
Non-Bears BuckoBee Gifted Gifted Bucko BeeRileyBee Gifted Gifted Riley BeeBeekeeper's Mask Onett