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Roblox Adopt Me: what are the rarest eggs?

In any generation, in any genre, in any game, people love collecting stuff. Whoever first came up with the concept of rarity tiers really should’ve patented their idea, ‘cause they’d be making a mint these days. Anyway, in the Roblox game Adopt Me!, there are a bunch of different eggs you can hatch the game’s pets from. Rarer eggs have cooler stuff, but only the rarest can have the coolest stuff. So, what are the rarest eggs in Roblox: Adopt Me?

There’s an important factor we need to consider when talking about rarity: availability. Much like in, well, just about any game that utilizes some manner of loot box mechanic, certain eggs aren’t available all the time. Adopt Me! does have a trading system, so it is possible to get eggs that aren’t in circulation, provided you’re willing to trade away your entire net worth in exchange.

What are the Rarest Eggs in Roblox: Adopt Me?

Let’s first consider the eggs that are available year-round. Currently, the rarest permanent eggs in Adopt Me are the Ocean Egg and the Royal Egg. Both of these eggs can be purchased in the Nursery for 750 Robux and 1,450 Robux, respectively. The Ocean Egg is rare because it will eventually be discontinued; the Ocean Egg itself replaced a previous egg, the Fossil Egg, which is now only available through trading. The Royal Egg, on the other hand, is rare because it is prohibitively expensive. In fact, it is the most expensive permanent egg in the entire game.

As far as seasonal eggs are concerned, the Christmas Egg is, as one may expect, one of the most coveted, as you can’t get it any other time besides, well, Christmas. The previous limited eggs, such as the aforementioned Fossil Egg, as well as the Aussie Egg, Farm Egg, Jungle Egg, and Safari Egg, are also sought after, as since they each replaced each other, none of them can be obtained any other way besides trading anymore. Basically, any egg that you can’t just buy, or can’t just buy with pocket change, someone will probably be willing to cough up for.

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