Hello. I am using Darkrangeresp's Walkthrough, and it says I need a medal base of about 20000 for the casino? How does anyone get that many, and if that's only a base, do I need MORE than that? I am utterly baffled, since I am no good at luck and chance games. Thanks. Princess_Katia
Whether I know how to get 20000 medals or not, I need to know how to get some of them in order to use the sprite system at all, right? I don't see what the harm is in telling me how to get them. Sorry if I've offended in anything I've said, I just don't understand your point.
Katia it would help if you tell me at which point in the game you are, what you want. I looked at the FAQ, you're talking about Day 8, right?
Personally I never used this guide for getting rich fast, because it's simply to exhausting and involves too much mining. What I do is opening the first two mines as soon as possible, clearing the second mine and selling all gems to Van, then opening the third mine and getting the cursed kappa hat and the cursed tools. Then I bless the cursed kappa hat firt and make sure to get the machine shack as fast as possible, and the first machine is always the seedmaker.
That way I can concentrate on farming and don't have to make trips down the mines to get more money. And I'm not that dependant from the sprites.
I wrote up my first week, from starting the game to finding the cursed kappa hat and the tools. Here's the link.
You get medals by buying them in the harvest sprite house, the big tree. Either buy some and then play the stupid games to win more, or buy the whole sum from the sprite behind the counter on the left side in the casino (upper floor).
I suggest that you don't buy all at once. Just buy what you need right now. Keep in mind that the sprites need training to work efficently. That means you'll have to use them a lot. It takes the whole season for the sprites to learn to harvest or water the whole field next to the goddess pond.
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