Just like Lucky Smurf Tracker Smurf does not come with his own hut, but in this case with a cauldron on which he cooks a soup. Tracker Smurfs Cauldron is available from level 10 onwards and costs 600 Coins.
Tracker Smurf requires an Internet Connection and he does not necessarily appear immediately after his cauldron has been placed on the mainland village. If he is destined to appear, his tapping his cauldron will give a countdown timer to when he comes back.
Every time his “soup” is ready, the XP events starts and for about one day for every XP that are earned on the mainland (for example through other Mini-Games, harvesting of crops etc.) bonus XP are rewarded.
The bonus XP start with a value of 1.1 XP. At that state, for every XP that is earned, 10 % of its value is given as bonus, i.e. if 100 XP are earned, an additional 10 XP are given as bonus. There is an indicator bar on the top right corner of the screen that shows the remaining time of the XP event as well as the sum of the currently gained bonus XP.
Completing Tracker Smurfs task can increase the bonus XP value of 1.1. Tapping on Tracker Smurf or his cauldron gives a list of his current quests, which include things like earning a specific amount of XP in a mini-game, growing certain crops etc. If the quest asks for a specific amount of XP to earn via a mini-game, this is a minimum number, for example “Earn 35 XP from Painter Smurf” will also be completed if 45 XP are earned, there is no need to hit the exact number. It is also possible that Tracker Smurf asks for an amount of XP that is higher than the maximum XP that can be gained by playing the mini-game once. In this case the game has to be repeatedly played until the requested XP has been reached, the numbers will be added up.
The bonus XP can be increased up to a maximum value of 2.0. Every additional point increases the amount of bonus XP another 10%, that means at the maximum for every 100 XP earned, another additional 100 XP bonus can be gained.
If Trackers XP Event disappears before the time has run out, it usually means the game does not recognise the existing Internet connection. In that case it usually helps closing the game (if possible, also from the multitask bar) and reopening it.