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Appendix E: Bugs (Continued)

Diving Beetles


Diving Beetles are unique in that they are the only beetle capable of diving underneath the water. When Diving Beetles go underneath the water, they are not catchable. You must wait until they pull back up again to catch them. Diving Beetles can be annoying to deal with, but they aren't necessarily difficult to catch. Just make sure that you watch them carefully as they can very quickly move out to the middle of the river or dive back underneath the water surface. Oh, and Diving Beetles also tend to switch from above water to underwater to above water for every movement or two.


Garbage Bugs


This section concerns Flies and Ants.

The above two bugs are attracted to trash--there's no euphemism to circumvent that. If you really want to attract them, buy 10 turnips on a Sunday and wait until next Sunday to have them spoil. Once they spoil, place them out in your town and wait for the ants to get crawling and the flies to get buzzing!


Mole Crickets


Coming Soon!


Big Beetles


This section primarily covers the Goliath Beetle, the Giant Stag, the Rainbow Stag, the Elephant Beetle, the Hercules Beetle, the Atlas Beetle, the Cyclommatus, the Scarab Beetle, and the Golden Stag. It also covers--to a lesser extent--the Saw Stag, the Miyama Stag, and the Dynastid Beetle.

Seeing as these are your biggest and easiest money-makers, it only makes sense that there would be a section on how to catch these monstrosities! Okay, so first let's talk about how you should prepare yourself. In order to assure the best catching environment for these beetles, you want to make sure that you are walking UP. If your person is walking downward, you have a terrible view of what is coming in front of you. You'll be on top of trees before you realize the beetle is there. For this reason, you want to mitigate and marginalize the time spent walking down. Walking horizontally is acceptable, but you want to be more careful. You can walk with or without the net equipped--either is acceptable.

So that you're walking correctly, what happens when you find a beetle? Well, here is my general advice:

Beetles vary wildly in "skittishness." Some beetles will fly away if you even get near them; others don't care. Obviously, there is a positive correlation between the skittishness and the value/rarity of the beetle. A Golden Stag is the most skittish beetle whilst a Fruit Beetle doesn't give two s***s if you run up to it with a party hat and noisemaker. Any beetle worth 6000 or more is one for which I would use this method.

When you spot the beetle, start crouching. This means that you should hold down the "A" button with the net equipped. If you let go of the A button, the beetle will fly away. Once you're crouching, take two steps at a time until you line yourself up with the beetle appropriately. With this two step + crouching method, beetles should never fly away. Rinse and repeat for each beetle. You can even employ this method when you're coming from above and moving around the tree.


Rock Bugs


This section covers the Pill Bug, the Centipede, and the House Centipede.

Thse bugs mentioned above are only found in rocks. To expose them, you need to use your shovel to hit the rock, and the respective bug will fly out of the rock. These bugs can move fast, so switch to your net as quickly as possible!


Tarantulas and Scorpions


I'm sorry, but I just have to give you my favorite Tarantula/Scorpion-hunting music: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmtKHo7GB64.

Anyway, the Tarantula and the Scorpion are some of the hardest bugs to catch. Period. You don't chase them--they chase you. Well, to be precise, they chase you when you're holding a net. Otherwise, they tend to loaf around. But, if they notice you with a net, you better swing and pray. If they get you, their venom will knock you out and you will respawn at your house.

So how do we get these baddies? It's a lot of luck, to be honest, but I do have quite a few pointers that make the process easier. Firstly, when looking for them, approach from the bottom. This gives you more wiggle room to work with as you can see more of the ground in front of you. It is also recommended that you have your volume up (and possibly headphones on) so that you can hear them crawling around on the ground. Once you locate the venomnous bugs, you'll want to devise a plan quickly. If you hang around too long, the Tarantula or Scorpion will disappear.

Usually, I suggest that you either walk up to it with your net or that you equip your net and let it come up to you. Either strategy is acceptable. Other tricks tend not to work (e.g., digging holes around the bug; Tarantulas and Scorpions are known to jump over them), but I'm open to suggestions. See Contributing as per usual!

Bug List

This is a list of all bugs obtainable in New Leaf! Bugs tend to come in all different places, so there are a lot of notes explaining certain locations. The values are, of course, Re-Tail sale values with no ordinances or other factors included. This section does not cover how to catch the bugs, however--see the above two sub-sections for more on that.

Here are some amendments and notes about the following table:

  • Deciduous Trees include all trees on the upper part of the town, including fruit trees, pine trees, and saplings.
  • "Near Flowers" doesn't necessarily mean right on top of said flowers--they can be a little ways away form the flower.
  • Freshwater includes rivers, holding ponds, lakes, and the waterfall.
  • "Stumps" denotes the stump left when chopping down an otherwise normal tree.
  • Other info about specific bugs may be found in the Bug-Specific Info section above.
  • Certain bugs will not appear in Wifi.
NameLocationRe-Tail ValueNameLocationRe-Tail ValueNameLocationRe-Tail Value
Common ButterflyNear Flowers90Yellow ButterflyNear Flowers90Tiger ButterflyNear Red/Pink Flowers160
Peacock ButterflyNear Blue/Purple/Black Flowers220Monarch ButterflyNear Flowers140Emperor ButterflyNear Flowers2500
Agrias ButterflyNear Flowers3000Raja BrookeNear Freshwater2500BirdwingNear Flowers4000
MothNear Lights60Oak Silk MothDeciduous Trees1200HoneybeeNear Flowers100
BeeDeciduous Trees (Prompted by Shaking)2500Long LocustGrassy Areas200Migratory LocustGrassy Areas600
Rice GrasshopperGrassy Areas400MantisFlowers430Orchid MantisWhite Flowers2400
Brown CicadaDeciduous Trees200Robust CicadaDeciduous Trees300Giant CiadaTrees500
Walker CicadaDeciduous Trees400Evening CicadaDeciduous Trees550Cicada ShellDeciduous Trees100
Lantern FlyDeciduous Trees1800Red DragonflyAnywhere80Darner DragonflyAnywhere450
Banded DragonflyAnywhere4500Petaltail DragonflyAnywhere8000AntSpoiled Turnips/Candies/Rotten Fruits80
PondskaterFreshwater130Diving BeetleFreshwater800Stink BugDeciduous Trees120
SnailBushes (Raining)250CricketGrassy Areas130Bell CricketGrassy Areas430
GrasshopperGrassy Areas160Mole CricketUnderground480Walking LeafDeciduous Trees600
WalkingstickDeciduous Trees600BagwormDeciduous Trees (Prompted by Shaking)300LadybugFlowers200
Violin BeetleStumps260Longhorn BeetleStumps260Tiger BeetleGrassy Areas1500
Dung BeetleSnowballs800Wharf RoachBeach200Hermit CrabBeach1000
FireflyAbove Freshwater300Fruit BeetleDeciduous Trees100Scarab BeetleDeciduous Trees6000
Jewel BeetleDeciduous Trees2400Miyama StagDeciduous Trees1000Saw StagDeciduous Trees2000
Giant StagDeciduous Trees10000Rainbow StagDeciduous Trees10000CyclommatusPalm Trees8000
Golden StagPalm Trees12000Horned DynastidDeciduous Trees1350Horned AtlasPalm Trees8000
Horned ElephantPalm Trees8000Horned HerculesPalm Trees12000Goliath BeetlePalm Trees6000
FleaNeighbors70Pill BugRocks250MosquitoAnywhere130
FlySpoiled Turnips/Trash/Rafflesia60House CentipedeRocks250CentipedeRocks300
SpiderDeciduous Trees (Prompted by Shaking)300TarantulaGround8000ScorpionGround8000

The Insect Calendar

If you've seen The Fishing Calendar in this guide, you should also recognize this calendar! Now, as a disclaimer, I do want to say that bugs are a lot more finicky than fish. Insects do not necessarily abide by the same set times, so I tried my best to divide them all up into three general time periods: Midday (8am to 5pm), Evening (5pm to 7pm), and Night (5pm to 8am). However, these time periods can change by up to three hours (barring evening) because of individual idiosyncrasies. Usually the discrepensies will appear in the early morning (some bugs end around 4am) and the night (some bugs don't come out til 11pm). Please excuse these inaccuracies. I will not change the table as a larger, hourly, and more complicated table will diminish the coherent usefulness of this section.

Please let me know if there are any other corrections that need to be made via Contributing. Happy bug-catching!

January
MiddayEveningNight
Ant, Bee, Fly, Mole Cricket, Pill BugAnt, Bee, Dung Beetle, Fly, Mole Cricket, Pill BugAnt, Bagworm, Bee, Centipede, Dung Beetle, Fly, Hermit Crab (Island), Mole Cricket, Pill Bug
February
MiddayEveningNight
Ant, Bee, Fly, Mole Cricket, Pill BugAnt, Bee, Dung Beetle, Fly, Mole Cricket, Pill BugAnt, Bagworm, Bee, Centipede, Dung Beetle, Fly, Hermit Crab (Island), Mole Cricket, Pill Bug
March
MiddayEveningNight
Ant, Bee, Common Butterfly, Flea, Fly, Honeybee, Ladybug, Mole Cricket, Peacock Butterfly, Pill Bug, Spider, Tiger Beetle, Tiger Butterfly, Yellow ButterflyAnt, Bee, Common Butterfly, Flea, Fly, Mole Cricket, Pill Bug, Spider, Tiger Beetle, Yellow ButterflyAnt, Bee, Flea, Fly, Hermit Crab (Island), Mole Cricket, Pill Bug, Spider
April
MiddayEveningNight
Ant, Bee, Common Butterfly, Flea, Fly, Honeybee, Ladybug, Mantis, Mole Cricket, Orchid Mantis, Peacock Butterfly, Pill Bug, Snail, Spider, Stinkbug, Tiger Beetle, Tiger Butterfly, Yellow ButterflyAnt, Bee, Common Butterfly, Flea, Fly, Mole Cricket, Pill Bug, Snail, Spider, Stinkbug, Tiger Beetle, Yellow ButterflyAnt, Bee, Flea, Fly, Hermit Crab (Island), Mole Cricket, Pill Bug, Snail, Spider, Stinkbug
May
MiddayEveningNight
Ant, Bee, Common Butterfly, Diving Beetle, Flea, Fly, Honeybee, Ladybug, Long Locust, Mantis, Mole Cricket, Orchid Mantis, Peacock Butterfly, Pill Bug, Raja Brooke, Snail, Spider, Stinkbug, Tiger Beetle, Tiger Butterfly, Yellow ButterflyAnt, Bee, Common Butterfly, Flea, Fly, Long Locust, Mole Cricket, Pill Bug, Snail, Spider, Stinkbug, Tiger Beetle, Yellow ButterflyAnt, Bee, Flea, Fly, Hermit Crab (Island), Mole Cricket, Moth, Pill Bug, Snail, Spider, Stinkbug
June
MiddayEveningNight
Agrias Butterfly, Ant, Bee, Birdwing, Common Butterfly, Darner Dragonfly, Diving Beetle, Flea, Fly, Honeybee, Ladybug, Long Locust, Longhorn Beetle, Mantis, Orchid Mantis, Peacock Butterfly, Pill Bug, Pondskater, Raja Brooke, Snail, Spider, Stinkbug, Tiger Beetle, Tiger Butterfly, Violin Beetle, Yellow ButterflyAnt, Bee, Common Butterfly, Emperor Butterfly, Flea, Fly, Lantern Fly, Long Locust, Mosquito, Pill Bug, Pondskater, Raja Brooke, Snail, Spider, Stinkbug, Tiger Beetle, Violin Beetle, Yellow ButterflyAnt, Atlas Beetle, Bee, Centipede, Emperor Butterfly, Flea, Fly, Goliath Beetle, Hermit Crab (Island), Lantern Fly, Moth, Oak Silk Moth, Pill Bug, Rainbow Stag, Snail, Spider, Stinkbug, Tarantula
July
MiddayEveningNight
Agrias Butterfly, Ant, Banded Dragonfly, Bee, Birdwing, Brown Cicada, Cicada Shell, Common Butterfly, Darner Dragonfly, Diving Beetle, Flea, Fly, Fruit Beetle, Giant Cicada, Grasshopper, Honeybee, Jewel Beetle, Long Locust, Longhorn Beetle, Mantis, Miyama Stag, Orchid Mantis, Peacock Butterfly, Pill Bug, Pondskater, Raja Brooke, Robust Cicada, Saw Stag Beetle, Snail, Spider, Stinkbug, Tiger Beetle, Walker Cicada, Walkingstick, Walking LeafAnt, Bee, Cicada Shell, Common Butterfly, Cyclommatus, Dynastid Beetle, Emperor Butterfly, Emperor Butterfly, Evening Cicada, Flea, Fly, Fruit Beetle, Lantern Fly, Long Locust, Miyama Stag, Mosquito, Pill Bug, Pondskater, Saw Stag Beetle, Snail, Spider, Stinkbug, Tiger Beetle, Walkingstick, Walking LeafAnt, Atlas Beetle, Bee, Centipede, Cicada Shell, Cyclommatus, Dynastid Beetle, Elephant Beetle, Emperor Butterfly, Emperor Butterfly, Flea, Fly, Fruit Beetle, Giant Beetle (Late Night), Golden Stag (Late Night), Goliath Beetle, Hercules Beetle, Hermit Crab (Island), Lantern Fly, Miyama Stag, Moth, Oak Silk Moth, Pill Bug, Rainbow Stag, Saw Stag Beetle, Scarab Beetle, Scorpion, Snail, Spider, Stinkbug, Tarantula
August
MiddayEveningNight
Agrias Butterfly, Ant, Banded Dragonfly, Bee, Birdwing, Brown Cicada, Cicada Shell, Common Butterfly, Darner Dragonfly, Diving Beetle, Flea, Fly, Fruit Beetle, Giant Cicada, Grasshopper, Honeybee, Jewel Beetle, Long Locust, Longhorn Beetle, Mantism, Migratory Locust, Miyama Stag, Orchid Mantis, Peacock Butterfly, Pill Bug, Pondskater, Raja Brooke, Robust Cicada, Saw Stag Beetle, Snail, Spider, Stinkbug, Tiger Beetle, Walker Cicada, Walkingstick, Walking LeafAnt, Bee, Cicada Shell, Common Butterfly, Cyclommatus, Dynastid Beetle, Emperor Butterfly, Evening Cicada, Flea, Fly, Fruit Beetle, Giant Petaltail, Lantern Fly, Long Locust, Migratory Locust, Miyama Stag, Mosquito, Pill Bug, Pondskater, Raja Brooke, Saw Stag Beetle, Snail, Spider, Stinkbug, Tiger Beetle, Walkingstick, Walking LeafAnt, Atlas Beetle, Bee, Centipede, Cicada Shell, Cyclommatus, Dynastid Beetle, Elephant Beetle, Emperor Butterfly, Flea, Fly, Fruit Beetle, Giant Beetle (Late Night), Golden Stag (Late Night), Goliath Beetle, Hercules Beetle, Hermit Crab (Island), House Centipede, Lantern Fly, Miyama Stag, Moth, Oak Silk Moth, Pill Bug, Rainbow Stag, Saw Stag Beetle, Scarab Beetle, Scorpion, Snail, Spider, Stinkbug, Tarantula
September
MiddayEveningNight
Agrias Butterfly, Ant, Bee, Birdwing, Common Butterfly, Flea, Fly, Fruit Beetle, Grasshopper, Long Locust, Mantis, Migratory Locust, Monarch Butterfly, Orchid Mantis, Peacock Butterfly, Pill Bug, Pondskater, Raja Brooke, Red Dragonfly, Snail, Spider, Stinkbug, Tiger Beetle, Violin Beetle, Walker Cicada, Walkingstick, Walking Leaf, Yellow ButterflyAnt, Bee, Bell Cricket, Common Butterfly, Diving Beetle, Emperor Butterfly, Flea, Fly, Fruit Beetle, Lantern Fly, Long Locust, Migratory Locust, Mosquito, Pill Bug, Pondskater, Raja Brooke, Red Dragonfly, Snail, Spider, Stinkbug, Tiger Beetle, Walkingstick, Walking Leaf, Yellow ButterflyAnt, Bee, Bell Cricket, Centipede, Cricket, Emperor Butterfly, Flea, Fly, Fruit Beetle, Hermit Crab (Island), House Centipede, Lantern Fly, Moth, Oak Silk Moth, Pill Bug, Rainbow Stag, Scorpion, Snail, Spider, Stinkbug
October
MiddayEveningNight
Ant, Bee, Flea, Fly, Long Locust, Mantis, Migratory Locust, Monarch Butterfly, Orchid Mantis, Pill Bug, Red Dragonfly, Spider, Stinkbug, Tiger Beetle, Violin Beetle, Walkingstick, Walking LeafAnt, Bee, Bell Cricket, Flea, Fly, Ladybug, Long Locust, Migratory Locust, Pill Bug, Red Dragonfly, Spider, Stinkbug, Walkingstick, Walking LeafAnt, Bagworm, Bee, Bell Cricket, Centipede, Cricket, Flea, Fly, Hermit Crab (Island), House Centipede, Pill Bug, Spider, Stinkbug
November
MiddayEveningNight
Ant, Bee, Flea, Fly, Long Locust, Mantis, Migratory Locust, Mole Cricket, Monarch Butterfly, Orchid Mantis, Pill Bug, Spider, Walkingstick, Walking LeafAnt, Bee, Flea, Fly, Long Locust, Migratory Locust, Mole Cricket, Pill Bug, Spider, Walkingstick, Walking LeafAnt, Bagworm, Bee, Centipede, Cricket, Flea, Fly, Hermit Crab (Island), Mole Cricket, Pill Bug, Spider
December
MiddayEveningNight
Ant, Bee, Fly, Mole Cricket, Pill BugAnt, Bee, Dung Beetle, Fly, Mole Cricket, Pill BugAnt, Bagworm, Bee, Centipede, Dung Beetle, Fly, Hermit Crab (Island), Mole Cricket, Pill Bug

Appendix F: Diving

One of the new aspects to come to Animal Crossing New Leaf is the ability to dive in your ocean! Hooray!

Diving may be new, but it's not exactly difficult to learn. Swimming is self-explanatory and most of the creatures are relatively easy to catch. A few creatures--notably the Lobster and a few crabs--can be a pain-in-the-behind, though. I highly recommend you use this section's advice to dive more accurately and bring in more bells!

Diving: How-To

Diving is not as easy as it sounds. Once underwater, your speed is slower than above water, and some creatures will move just as fast as you. Hence, there is an incentive to land as close to the creature as you can.

When you dive, you'll go a little bit below where you're bobbing on the ocean. This is because of the view of the camera angle. Anyway, once underwater, you have several seconds of air. With some creatures--such as a lobster--you will need every second of air as they can move just as fast as you. However, as your air starts to run out, you get a last burst of speed that will allow you to catch many of the quicker creatures. Hence, when you get underwater, you'll want to make sure you are chasing after the shadow the entire time or you will risk falling behind.

By the way, there are certain places you cannot dive. Notably, you cannot dive in the river, in the waterfall, or beyond the buoys. You can, however, jump off of the cliff into the ocean where there is no impeding beach in your town. I highly recommend you try that. :)

Pascal

If you catch a Scallop in your town, Pascal will swim up to you and ask for your newest catch. Pascal is this uber-hipster hippie-like red otter that swims around dispensing "righteous" advice. (On a lighter note, I encourage you to read everything Pascal says out loud in the most cliché hippie voice you can come up with. It's funny. And no offense to hippies.) He will only offer to trade things for Scallops, and he will only offer to trade once per day. If you deny his offer, he will not ask again. You cannot postpone the offer--you must give up the Scallop as soon as you get it.

In my opinion, this exchange is totally worth it. Pascal has plenty of items that simply cannot be obtained elsewhere. Though there is more information in the Furniture List, here is a list of items that Pascal can give you:

  • Anchor
  • Barrel
  • Helm
  • Jolly Roger
  • Keg
  • Pirate's Armor
  • Sea View
  • Ship Cannon
  • Ship Compass
  • Ship Deck
  • Vintage Telescope

Diving Creatures List

The following table enumerates all creatures caught via diving. Unlike the previous two Appendices, I neglected to put the location because all diving creatures are found in the ocean. The only discrepensy between creatures is that they're found at differing times (see the following section: The Diving Calendar) and only a few are found at the island (all can be found in your city limits). Moreover, this location section has been replaced with a size and movement section to describe how big the diving creatures are and how fast they move. Based off of this data, you can oftentimes guess what the creature is. Finally, the Re-Tail value is, of course, devoid of any ordinance-tampering.

My only note about the following table is that the movements are pretty self-explanatory. "Erratic" movements mean that the creature will move in bursts rather than in a "uniform" fashion with a sustained speed. Stationary creatures obviously do not move.

Without further ado!

NameSize and MovementRe-Tail ValueNameSize and MovementRe-Tail ValueNameSize and MovementRe-Tail Value
SewaweedLarge - Stationary200Sea GrapesSmall - Stationary600Sea UrchinSmall - Stationary800
Acorn BarnacleTiny - Stationary200OysterSmall - Stationary400Turban ShellSmall - Slow Uniform300
AbaloneMedium - Moderate Uniform400Ear ShellSmall - Erratic300ClamSmall - Erratic300
Pearl OysterSmall - Stationary1600ScallopMedium - Moderate Erratic1000Sea AnemoneMedium - Stationary100
Sea StarSmall - Slow Uniform100Sea CucumberMedium - Slow Uniform150Sea SlugSmall - Slow Uniform200
FlatwormSmall - Slow Uniform200Mantis ShrimpSmall - Slow Erratic1250Sweet ShrimpSmall - Moderate Erratic650
Tiger PrawnSmall - Moderate Uniform1600Spiny LobsterLarge - Quick Uniform3000LobsterLarge - Quick Uniform2500
Snow CrabLarge - Quick Uniform4000Horsehair CrabMedium - Quick Uniform4000Red King CrabLarge - Quick Uniform6000
Spider CrabHuge - Quick Uniform10000OctopusMedium - Moderate Erratic1200Spotted Garden EelSmall - Stationary600
Chambered NautilusMedium - Slow Uniform900Horseshoe CrabMedium - Moderate Uniform1500Giant IsopodMedium - Slow Uniform9000

The Diving Calendar

This Diving Calendar is almost identical to the calendar for the fishing appendix (The Fishing Calendar); hence, the time periods are the same. Morning (4am to 9am), Afternoon (9am to 4pm), Evening (4pm to 9pm), and Night (9pm to 4am) all make a return in this calendar. Moreover, diving creatures tend to be less dependent on time and more dependent on month; they also have weirder month ranges. There are a lot of spring and winter diving creatures, but very few unique summer creatures. Hence, peak diving months are likely January through June instead of June through August.

Finally, it is owrth noting that many diving creatures do appear on the island. Those that do appear on the island are there year-round (hence my decision to leave them off this calendar). Here is the list of year-round island diving creatures: Abalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Ear Shell, Flatworm, Giant Isopod, Tiger Prawn, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucubmer, Sea Grapes, Sea Slug, Sea Urchin, Seaweed, Spotted Garden Eel, and Sea Star. Happy diving!

January
MorningAfternoonEveningNight
Abalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Horsehair Crab, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Red King Crab, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Sweet Shrimp, Snow Crab, Turban ShellAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Horsehair Crab, Lobster, Octopus, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Red King Crab, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Snow CrabAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Horsehair Crab, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Red King Crab, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Sweet Shrimp, Snow Crab, Turban ShellAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Horsehair Crab, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Red King Crab, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Sweet Shrimp, Snow Crab, Turban Shell
February
MorningAfternoonEveningNight
Abalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Horsehair Crab, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Red King Crab, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Sweet Shrimp, Snow Crab, Turban ShellAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Horsehair Crab, Lobster, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Red King Crab, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Snow CrabAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Horsehair Crab, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Red King Crab, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Sweet Shrimp, Snow Crab, Turban ShellAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Horsehair Crab, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Red King Crab, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Sweet Shrimp, Snow Crab, Turban Shell
March
MorningAfternoonEveningNight
Abalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Horsehair Crab, Spider Crab, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Pearl Oyster, Red King Crab, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Snow Crab, Turban ShellAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Horsehair Crab, Spider Crab, Lobster, Octopus, Pearl Oyster, Red King Crab, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Snow CrabAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Horsehair Crab, Spider Crab, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Pearl Oyster, Red King Crab, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Snow Crab, Turban ShellAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Horsehair Crab, Spider Crab, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Pearl Oyster, Red King Crab, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Snow Crab, Turban Shell
April
MorningAfternoonEveningNight
Abalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Horsehair Crab, Spider Crab, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Snow Crab, Turban ShellAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Horsehair Crab, Spider Crab, Lobster, Octopus, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Snow CrabAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Horsehair Crab, Spider Crab, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Snow Crab, Turban ShellAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Horsehair Crab, Spider Crab, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Snow Crab, Turban Shell
May
MorningAfternoonEveningNight
Abalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Ear Shell, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Sea Urchin, Seaweed, Turban ShellAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Lobster, Octopus, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Sea Urchin, SeaweedAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Ear Shell, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Sea Urchin, Seaweed, Turban ShellAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Ear Shell, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Sea Urchin, Seaweed, Turban Shell
June
MorningAfternoonEveningNight
Abalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Ear Shell, Giant Isopod, Tiger Prawn, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Sea Urchin, Seaweed, Spotted Garden EelAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Giant Isopod, Lobster, Octopus, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Sea Urchin, Seaweed, Spotted Garden EelAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Ear Shell, Giant Isopod, Tiger Prawn, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Sea Urchin, Seaweed, Spotted Garden EelAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Ear Shell, Giant Isopod, Tiger Prawn, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Sea Urchin, Seaweed, Spotted Garden Eel
July
MorningAfternoonEveningNight
Abalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Ear Shell, Giant Isopod, Tiger Prawn, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Grapes, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Sea Urchin, Seaweed, Spotted Garden EelAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Giant Isopod, Lobster, Octopus, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Grapes, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Sea Urchin, Seaweed, Spotted Garden EelAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Ear Shell, Giant Isopod, Tiger Prawn, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Grapes, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Sea Urchin, Seaweed, Spotted Garden EelAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Ear Shell, Horseshoe Crab, Giant Isopod, Tiger Prawn, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Grapes, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Sea Urchin, Seaweed, Spotted Garden Eel
August
MorningAfternoonEveningNight
Abalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Ear Shell, Flatworm, Giant Isopod, Tiger Prawn, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Grapes, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Sea Urchin, Spotted Garden Eel, Turban ShellAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Giant Isopod, Lobster, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Grapes, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Sea Urchin, Spotted Garden EelAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Ear Shell, Flatworm, Giant Isopod, Tiger Prawn, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Grapes, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Sea Urchin, Spotted Garden Eel, Turban ShellAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Ear Shell, Flatworm, Horseshoe Crab, Giant Isopod, Tiger Prawn, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Grapes, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Sea Urchin, Spotted Garden Eel, Turban Shell
September
MorningAfternoonEveningNight
Abalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Flatworm, Tiger Prawn, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sweet Shrimp, Sea Anemone, Sea Grapes, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Sea Urchin, Spotted Garden Eel, Turban ShellAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Lobster, Octopus, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Grapes, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Sea Urchin, Spotted Garden EelAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Flatworm, Tiger Prawn, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sweet Shrimp, Sea Anemone, Sea Grapes, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Sea Urchin, Spotted Garden Eel, Turban ShellAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Flatworm, Horseshoe Crab, Tiger Prawn, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sweet Shrimp, Sea Anemone, Sea Grapes, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Sea Urchin, Spiny Lobster, Spotted Garden Eel, Turban Shell
October
MorningAfternoonEveningNight
Abalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sweet Shrimp, Sea Anemone, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Turban ShellAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Lobster, Octopus, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Slug, Sea StarAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sweet Shrimp, Sea Anemone, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Turban ShellAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Scallop, Sweet Shrimp, Sea Anemone, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Spiny Lobster, Turban Shell
November
MorningAfternoonEveningNight
Abalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Horsehair Crab, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Red King Crab, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Sweet Shrimp, Snow Crab, Turban ShellAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Horsehair Crab, Lobster, Octopus, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Red King Crab, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Snow CrabAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Horsehair Crab, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Red King Crab, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Sweet Shrimp, Snow Crab, Turban ShellAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Horsehair Crab, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Red King Crab, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Sweet Shrimp, Snow Crab, Spiny Lobster, Turban Shell
December
MorningAfternoonEveningNight
Abalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Horsehair Crab, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Red King Crab, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Scallop, Sweet Shrimp, Snow Crab, Turban ShellAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Horsehair Crab, Lobster, Octopus, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Red King Crab, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Snow CrabAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Horsehair Crab, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Red King Crab, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Sweet Shrimp, Snow Crab, Turban ShellAbalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Horsehair Crab, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Red King Crab, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Sweet Shrimp, Snow Crab, Spiny Lobster, Turban Shell

Appendix G: Fossils

This section covers one-half of the items you dig out of the ground (the other half being gyroids covered in Appendix L: Seashells, Fruit, Ore, and Mushrooms). Fossils are largely nominal in nature (nowhere near as important as fish or bugs), but they can fulfill two main purposes: your need for bells and your need to complete the museum. Fossils really have no other purpose. You can put them in your house, but they're slightly cumbersome and hard to view. Frankly, I'd just donate at your museum when they're new and sell when they're not.

The only time I would consider placing a fossil in your house is when you have the miniature version of the dinosaur; this can only be obtained by giving Cyrus at Re-Tail all of the necessary components of the dinosaur and letting him put the dinosaur together. This makes the entire dinosaur a one-by-one item that can fit on top of a table or the like. If you like the look of these, you can save up unneeded dinosaur bones to make multiple miniatures!

When you dig up fossils, you must have them identified by Blathers at the museum to reveal their true value. The fossil can be identified to be any of the following bones. All bones (barring the last ten) identify as a Quirky HHA Theme. Re-Tail values are--as always--devoid of any other tampering via ordinances, etc.

NameRe-Tail ValueNameRe-Tail ValueNameRe-Tail Value
T. Rex Skull6000T. Rex Torso5500T. Rex Tail5000
Tricera Skull5500Tricera Torso5000Tricera Tail4500
Mammoth Skull3000Mammoth Torso2500
Ankylo Skull3500Ankylo Torso3000Ankylo Tail2500
Apato Skull5000Apato Torso4500Apato Tail4000
Dimetrodon Skull5500Dimetrodon Torso5000Dimetrodon Tail4500
Igunaodon Skulll4000Igunaodon Torso3500Iguanodon Tail3000
Sabertooth Skull2500Sabertooth Torso2000
Pachy Skull4000Pachy Torso3500Pachy Tail3000
Parasaur Skull3500Parasaur Torso3000Parasuar Tail2500
Diplo Skull5000Diplo Neck5000Diplo Chest4500
Diplo Hip4000Diplo Tail4500
Plesio Skull4000Plesio Neck4500Plesio Torso4500
Stego Skull5000Stego Torso4500Stego Tail4000
Ptera Skull4000Ptera Left Wing4500Ptera Right Wing4500
Ichthyo Skull2500Ichthyo Torso2000
Raptor Skull3000Raptor Torso2500
Styraco Skull3500Styraco Torso3000Styraco Tail2500
Spino Skull4000Spino Torso3000Spino Tail2500
Megacero Skull4500Megacero Torso3500Megacero Tail3000
Archelon Skull4000Archelon Torso3500
Amber1200Ammonite1100Coprolite1100
Dinosaur Egg1400Fern Fossil1000Dinosaur Track1000
Archaeopteryx1300Peking Man1100Shark Tooth1000
Trilobite1300

Appendix H: Paintings & Statues

Making up the fourth major exhibit hall in the Museum, Paintings & Sculptures are generally referred to as "Art." There's one major source for art, and it is not a reliable source. Said source is Redd. The sly fox is back in this Animal Crossing and he's only selling art. However, his usual reliance on fake art is apparent. Approximately three-fourths of all art he sells are fakes. However, unlike previous games, there's an easy way to discern what paintings and sculptures are fakes before you but it.

The fakes are slightly inaccurate. They don't exactly look like the actual painting or sculpture. You can look up the "real" art (these paintings and sculptures are based off of real paintings and real sculptures) and look for big differences. Sometimes a person will be missing or a posture will be incorrect. The Animal Crossing Wiki or a simple Google search should suffice.

Art List

In this section, a table of all fine art is present. This includes all art that can be donated to the fine art section of the museum. Any other artistic representations in the game cannot be donated: for example, bonsais. Anyway, in this section, I will give you the ACNL name of the painting or statue, the real name of the art, the buying price from Redd (devoid of any external price fluctuations), and a brief description of how to spot a fake. Some notes about these headers: the "real" art that the painting is based off of is generally very well-known or popular. A simple Google search will definitely yield the painting or sculpture. Finally, the differences between the real art and the fake art is generally minute; be sure to use the camera options in the room to their fullest so as to get the best look at the art!

NameBuying PriceReal Art NameHow to Spot a Fake
Dynamic Painting3920The Great Wave off KanagawaMount Fuji is huge!
Solemn Painting3920Las MeninasBlonde girl is much taller!
Quaint Painting3920The Kitchen MaidNo hat!
Basic Painting3920The Blue BoyTwo arms bent!
Famous Painting3920Mona LisaFinger pointing to bottom left!
Perfect Painting3920Still Life with Apples and Oranges[Always Genuine]
Amazing Painting3920The Night WatchWhite on left; Black on right!
Nice Pianting3920Young Flautist[Always Genuine]
Moving Painting3920The Birth of VenusUpside-down shell!
Common Painting3920The Gleaners[Always Genuine]
Flowery Painting3920Sunflowers[Always Genuine]
Warm Painting3920La Maja Vestida[Always Genuine]
Jolly Painting3920SummerCarrot nose w/ leaf!
Fine Painting3920Joyeusete[Always Genuine]
Scary Painting3920Actor Otani Oniji III as the Yakko EdobeiOnly one finger pointing out!
Proper Painting3920A Bar at the Folies-Bergere[Always Genuine]
Neutral Painting3920Basket of FruitHole in big green left to the top left!
Worthy Painting3920Liberty Leading the People[Always Genuine]
Calm Painting3920A Sunday on La Grande Jette[Always Genuine]
Moody Painting3920The Sower[Always Genuine]
Wistful Painting3920Girl with a Pearl EarringHat is red!
Serene Painting3920Lady with an ErmineFluffy cat!
Scenic Painting3920The Hunters in the Snow[Always Genuine]
Wild Painting3920Wind God and Thunder GodLight on right; dark on left!
Graceful Painting3920Beauty Looking BackLooking left instead of right!
Strange Painting3920Ambassadeurs: Arsitide BruantLonger hair (to shoulders)!
Beautiful Statue3920Venus de MiloHer hair is down rather than up!
Valiant Statue3920Winged Victory of SamothraceBat wings!
Gallant Statue3920DavidCloth hanging down both shoulders!
Robust Statue3920Townley DiscobolusBumpy disc!
Great Statue3920Kamehameha Statue KohalaFingers pointing outward instead of upward!
Mystic Statue3920Nefertiti BustSpherical hat!
Ancient Statue3920Shakoki DoguOpen eyes!
Motherly Statue3920Capitoline WolfOnly one child below wolf!

Appnedix I: Tools

This brief appendix covers all of the tools in their most basic form: where and how to get them. Because "tools" tends to be a broad title for a lot of items in this game, I'll narrow it down a bit; this section covers StreetPass items (earned via the HHA Showcase), basic tools (Watering Can, Shovel, etc.), and Wetsuits. Other items are covered in other sections, so you will want to keep looking! (Glance over the TOC).

Anyway, so this section simply lists out the tools and how to get them. There isn't much "strategy" per se, so look elsewhere for more on each individual tool. Happy tool hunting!

Tools List

No, this list does not include the greatest tool of them all: Luigi.

Ahem, so this list includes all usable tools. These tools are very varied (try saying that five times fast) in their unlocking methods, so I've included notes above the table. In any case, this table gives you the name of the tool, the buying price of said tool (which may or may not be applicable), the source of said tool, the criterion for unlocking it from said source, and the improvement (if any and if applicable) upon its preceding or lesser tool. Clarification on the latter may also be present in the notes.

  • Where applicable, "M" in the buying price denotes "medals," the island currency.
  • The silver axe is breakable.
  • For the rods, the longer reaction time simply means that you have more time to catch the fish, if needed. In other words, the fish will take longer to get the bait.
  • For the nets, the larger catch radius means you do not necessarily have to be as close to the insect as you would have been before. This is especially useful for beetles.
  • See other appendices for unlock methods regarding the island, shops, and the perfect town.
NameBuying PriceObtainable FromUnlock MethodImprovement
Axe400Gardening StoreUnlock Gardening StoreN/A
Silver Axe8MIsland Gift ShopUnlock IslandLasts 4x as long; all stumps are special
Golden Axe400Gardening StoreBuy 50 saplingsUnbreakable; quicker use; more likely to reveal special stumps
Net500Nooklings Shop/Isabelle (Day 2)N/AN/A
Silver Net500Museum Shop30 or more insects donatedBigger catch radius
Golden Net500Bug OffFull Insect EncyclopediaBiggest catch radius
Fishing Rod500Nooklings Shop/Isabelle (Day 2)N/AN/A
Silver Rod500Museum Shop30 or more fish/diving creatures donatedLengthens reaction time
Golden Rod500Fishing TourneyFull Fish EncyclopediaLongest reaction time
Shovel500Nooklings ShopN/AN/A
Silver Shovel500Museum Shop15 or more fossils donatedPotential for ore rock (?)
Golden Shovel500Gardening Store (After merge)Buy 50 fertilizersSlight chance of growing money trees
Watering Can500Gardening Store/Isabelle (Day 2)Unlock Gardening StoreN/A
Silver Can500Gardening StoreBuy 50 flowersLarger watering radius
Golden Can500IsabelleMaintain perfect town status for 15 daysLargest watering radius
Slingshot500Nooklings ShopUnlock T&T MartN/A
Silver Slingshot500BalloonPop lots of balloons (10?)Fires two pellets
Golden Slingshot500BalloonPop even more balloons (15?)Fires three pellets
Toy Hammer10MIsland Gift ShopUnlock IslandN/A
Megaphone500Nooklings ShopUnlock Super T&TN/A
Timer500Nooklings ShopUnlock Super T&TN/A

StreetPass Items List

This section ties in with both Appendix Q: Wifi and Appendix P: Happy Home Academy & Expansions. Please see those sections for more on StreetPasses and the Showcase Plaza.

This section primarily concerns itself with the sheer existence of the following items rather than the Showcase plaza itself, for reference. Again, use the sections enumerated above for more on the particulars. Anyway, some tool-like items are obtainable at the Happy Home Showcase north of Main Street! These items can be held like tools, though they usually serve no practical purpose. Although the previous sentence is true, they are aesthetically pleasing, especially if the item matches your outfit.

Regardless, these items are received upon StreetPassing other players. After your second StreetPass with a particular player, you will start earning goodies if you talk to them. (If they're holding an item, they will give it to you for free!). Each subsequent time you StreetPass that player will yield a different item; see the table for which StreetPass yields which item. The StreetPass items are not obtainable from any other source, though they can occassionally be found in homes in the Showcase. However, only balloons can be ordered from the Showcase. Anyway, the following table gives the item's name, buying price (which isn't really all that applicable), and StreetPass occurrence.

  • After you StreetPass a particular person for the tenth time, the items received from said person will be random.
  • Pinwheels can be blown.
  • Tweeters can be blown to produce noise.
  • Bubble Wands can be blown to create bubbles.
  • Ice Cream and Soft-Serve can be eaten. They will disappear afterwards.
  • The color/flavor received is random.
NameBuying Price# of StreetPassesNameBuying Price# of StreetPasses
Bunny R. Balloon5005Bunny C. Balloon5005
Bunny O. Balloon5005Bunny B. Balloon5005
Bunny Y. Balloon5005Bunny I. Balloon5005
Bunny G. Balloon5005Bunny P. Balloon5005
Red Balloon5002 and 3Cyan Balloon5002 and 3
Orange Balloon5002 and 3Blue Balloon5002 and 3
Yellow Balloon5002 and 3Indigo Balloon5002 and 3
Green Balloon5002 and 3Pink Balloon5002 and 3
Heart R. Balloon5007Heart C. Balloon5007
Heart O. Balloon5007Heart B. Balloon5007
Heart Y. Balloon5007Heart I. Balloon5007
Heart G. Balloon5007Heart P. Balloon5007
Red Pinwheel5004Cyan Pinwheel5004
Orange Pinwheel5004Blue Pinwheel5004
Yellow Pinwheel5004Indigo Pinwheel5004
Green Pinwheel5004Pink Pinwheel5004
Vanilla Ice Cream5008Strawberry Ice Cream5008
Lemon Double Ice Cream5008Mint Double Ice Cream5008
Vanilla Soft-Serve5009Choco Soft-Serve5009
Swirl Soft-Serve5009Matcha Soft-Serve5009
Bubble Wand5006Tweeter50010

Wet Suits

For more on diving with regards to wetsuits, see Appendix F: Diving. For more on the island, see Appendix O: Island.

Finally, the Wetsuits are enumerated below. Considering there isn't much to them, I simply list their name, their buying price, and their location/source. Keep in mind that all wetsuits must be purchased at the island, though their exact location varies, as denoted below. They all cost the same prices. Generally, all wetsuits but the green and black incarnations are rare.

NameBuying PriceSource
Black Wet Suit40MIsland Gift Shop
Green Wet Suit40MIsland Gift Shop
Orange Wet Suit40MIsland Gift Shop (Rare!)
Pink Wet Suit40MIsland Gift Shop (Rare!)
Striped Wet Suit40MClub Tortimer
Red Wet Suit40MClub Tortimer
White Wet Suit40MClub Tortimer
Blue Wet Suit40MClub Tortimer

Appendix J: K.K.

Follow the link for more on Club LOL.

K.K. is going to be your BFF for life--no joke. He gives you free music every Saturday night that you can use to liven up your pad, and, to be honest, he's one of the dopest, most chillax players in the entire game. (He only qualifies as "one of" because of Pascal). Anyway, K.K. gives you music. Free music. And this free music ranges from Country to Pop to Electronic to Folk. There's music for every preference and every type of room!

Note that this section only covers the music itself and not Club LOL.

Music List

Before we get to the list, let me cover a few basics about K.K. Firstly, you can get one (and only one!) track every Saturday night from eight at night til two in the morning. K.K. will let you request music after the first week, and you can request by name or by mood. If requesting by name, be sure to enter the name exactly as it appears in the following table. Once you've obtained the music, it can be ordered through the Nooklings Shop for 3200 bells. You can also start purhcasing K.K. songs at the Nooklings Shop once they upgrade to T.I.Y. (they will put up one song per day).

Hence, getting all of the songs is not as difficult as it used to be. You can even easily trade scores with other people. Also, if you're heavy on letting K.K. choose the songs for you, note that some songs are by request only; they cannot be given based off of the random song K.K. selects. One last bit of advice: if you're looking for a particular type of music, look at the title! It's often very descriptive with regards to which type of music it is!

Because there really isn't much to these K.K. songs, I've decided to simply list their name and buying price. Those that are by request only have an asterik at the end of the name WHICH YOU SHOULD NOT INCLUDE IF YOU REQUEST. Songs with accents or tildes must have said marking included in the request. One last thing: songs can now be hung on the wall if you so desire. Happy song hunting!

NameBuying PriceNameBuying PriceNameBuying Price
K.K. Chorale3200K.K. Blues3200Mountain Song3200
K.K. March3200Soulful K.K.3200Marin Song 20013200
K.K. Waltz3200K.K. Cruisin'3200Neapolitan3200
K.K. Swing3200K.K. Love Song3200Steep Hill3200
K.K. Jazz3200K.K. D&B3200K.K. Rockabily3200
K.K. Fusion3200K.K. Technopop3200Agent K.K.3200
K.K. Étude3200DJ K.K.3200K.K. Rally3200
K.K. Lullaby3200Only Me3200K.K. Metal3200
K.K. Aria3200K.K. Country3200Stale Cupcakes3200
K.K. Samba3200Surfin' K.K.3200Spring Blossoms3200
K.K. Bossa3200K.K. Ballad3200Wandering3200
K.K. Calypso3200Comrade K.K.3200K.K. House3200
K.K. Salsa3200K.K. Lament3200K.K. Sonata3200
K.K. Mambo3200Go K.K. Rider3200Bubblegum K.K.3200
K.K. Reggae3200K.K. Dirge3200K.K. Disco3200
K.K. Ska3200K.K. Western3200K.K. Jongara3200
K.K. Tango3200Mr. K.K.3200K.K. Bazaar3200
K.K. Faire3200Café K.K.3200K.K. Adventure3200
Aloha K.K.3200K.K. Parade3200K.K. Flamenco3200
Lucky K.K.3200Señor K.K.3200K.K. Synth3200
K.K. Condor3200K.K. Song3200K.K. Moody3200
K.K. Steppe3200I Love You3200K.K. Milonga3200
Imperial K.K.3200Two Days Ago3200K.K. Oasis3200
K.K. Casbah3200My Place3200Space K.K.3200
K.K. Safari3200Forest Life3200K.K. Stroll*3200
K.K. Folk3200Pondering3200K.K. Island*3200
K.K. Rock3200To the Edge3200K.K. Birthday*3200
Rockin' K.K.3200K.K. Dixie3200Hypno K.K.*3200
K.K. Ragtime3200K.K. Marathon3200The K. Funk3200
K.K. Gumbo3200King K.K.3200K.K. Soul3200