Ready your virtual pocketbooks farmers - Zynga has just thrown down a motherload of new decorative items in FarmVille, with all of these items being in the current English Countryside theme, and all being available to place on either of your farms. As we told you last week, the individual building blocks to put together your own moat have been released, with only one of the ingredients costing Farm Cash. That piece is the Castle Bridge, which you'll luckily only need to buy one of for 7 Farm Cash.
Two separate decorations are also available for Farm Cash: those being the English Forest for 5 Farm Cash and the Sword Statue (think Excalibur and the Sword in the Stone) for 4 Farm Cash. The English Forest is a fairly small item, in terms of how many trees it contains, so you may have to purchase more than one to achieve the look you're going for.
Meet us behind the break for a look at the other decorations released this evening.
Aside from the building pieces for your moat (which you can see below), there is one other decorative item available for coins - that being the Royal Table (think a scaled-down version of the Round Table) available for 150,000 coins.
If you'd rather build a moat however, either for security, or just because it would look cool, you can do so by purchasing an assortment of individual moat pieces for anywhere from 5,000 - 10,000 coins each, and can arrange them in any pattern you'd like, to create either a simple square moat, or even a river of sorts. The possibilities are practically endless, and are just dependent on your virtual pocketbook and your creativity (or maybe your patience). Either way, we're definitely looking forward to seeing what users can put together with these items in terms of farm art.
All of these items will be available in the game for the next two weeks, so start shopping now even if you know you'll eventually want to build a moat, but aren't quite in the mood now. You have storage for a reason farmers - don't let it go to waste!
Will you take on the task of creating a moat on your farm? What sorts of decorating ideas can you share with your fellow farmers? Sound off in the comments.