BitLife: All the lucrative tasks and rewards of the Lexicon challenge

The lucrative dictionary challenge has come to BitLife. This challenge focuses on reading and completing books in BitLife, which means you want your character to become a famous author. This kind of dedication can take a lot of time, and you don’t have long to complete this challenge.

The lucrative encyclopedia only appears for a short time before being locked in BitLife’s vault. If you have SuperStar mode, this challenge can be completed later. Here’s what you need to know about each task of the lucrative Dictionary Challenge and the rewards you’ll get in BitLife.

How to complete the lucrative lexicon challenge in BitLife

The lucrative dictionary challenge is available to all players of the mobile game. You must complete this in a single life with a character on your profile.

You must complete these tasks in BitLife’s lucrative Lexicon Challenge.

  • Read the dictionary
  • Become a famous author
  • Write 2+ bestselling books
  • Write adult literature
  • Write a viral Facebook blog post

How to read dictionary in BitLife

The dictionary is a special book that you can read while on your character. This type of book may be available for you to read under the Activities section under the Mind and Body category in BitLife. The dictionary isn’t always shown, so you’ll have to wait for it to appear in the book selector for your character to be able to read it.

How to become a famous author in BitLife

One of the more difficult tasks in this challenge is for your character to become a famous author in BitLife. This task is the most time-consuming, requiring your character to make it through high school and college with the best grades. While studying, make sure they get a degree in English.

After receiving their degree in English, the next step is to apply and wait until the position of the author appears in the “Profession” menu, where next to it is the tree (publisher). As long as you have a degree in English, your character should get the job.

Now, in this role, you must work hard, write books regularly, and continuously work to keep up your Smarts stat by reading books or practicing puzzles throughout your life in BitLife. After several years in the role and a handful of successful books, your character eventually becomes a famous author.

How to Write 2+ Best Selling Books in BitLife

This task should be relatively easy to complete after your character becomes a famous author. Essentially, this task takes a reasonable amount of time and requires your character to consistently write books. However, if they continue to write books in BitLife regularly throughout their lives, some of them should become bestsellers that do the job.

How to write an adult book

This type of book is a specific genre. If your character is an author, select this genre option before creating a book and this task will be complete.

How to Write a Viral Facebook Blog Post

This task requires your character to join social media and log in to Facebook. When posting, they have to create a blog post from their Facebook account and it has to go viral, which boils down to coincidence. Luckily, if your character becomes a famous author, their social posts should go viral much more easily.

For a social media post to go viral is all down to luck. This means writing these for your character as often as possible each year. We recommend writing at least five a year. Five is a solid number that shouldn’t be too taxing if your character is losing followers on their social media account.

After completing all these tasks, the lucrative Lexicon challenge will be over and you can get your random BitLife appearance for your profile from one of four random chests.

Curtis Crabtree

Curtis Crabtree is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Curtis Crabtree joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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