A FAQ for Oide yo Doubutsu no Mori or All Come to Animal Forest

This is version DD, created by Liquefy on July 11, 2009.  Version A was created 
on November 26, 2005.  If you have any questions, corrections, additions, 
suggestions, or comments, please contact me at jps5@hotmail.com.

For information about Machi e Ikouyo Doubutsu no Mori, see:
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For information about Doubutsu no Mori e+, see:
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For information about Doubutsu no Mori +, see:
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For information about Doubutsu no Mori, see:
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CONTENTS:
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1) Introduction
2) Language
3) Keyboard
4) Getting Started
5) The Driver
6) Arrival
7) Tanukichi's Tasks
8) Getting Nookington's
9) Around the Town
10) House Upgrades
11) Events
12) Episodes
13) Villagers
14) Monkey Villagers
15) Villager Personalities
16) Villager Interactions
17) Animal Pics
18) Special Visitors
19) Visitors at the Cafe
20) Red Turnip Trade
21) The Stalk Market
22) Fish
23) Insects
24) New Furniture
25) Furniture Color
26) Furniture Genre
27) Wallpaper
28) Carpeting
29) Clothing
30) Clothing Style
31) Umbrellas
32) Accessories
33) Stationery
34) Gyroids
35) Fossils
36) Music
37) Happy Room Academy
38) Feng Shui
39) The Farthest Ends
40) Environment
41) Environment Report
42) Perfect Town
43) Hybrid Flowers
44) Bell Trees
45) Nintendo WFC Letters
46) Mario Theme
47) Blue Falcon and Pikmin
48) Tag Mode
49) Immigration
50) TV Program Listing
51) Observations
52) Guides and Guide Mistakes
53) NOA Localization Mistakes
54) Official Home Page
55) Versions
56) Thanks
57) Sources

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1) INTRODUCTION
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Oide yo Doubutsu no Mori (OyDnM) was released by Nintendo for Nintendo DS in 
Japan on November 23, 2005, two weeks before the release of Animal Crossing: 
Wild World (ACWW) in North America & Australia and four months before the 
release of ACWW in Europe.

This guide assumes that the player is familiar with ACWW.  All of the OyDnM 
gameplay is the same as that in ACWW.

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Korean Version
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Nolleo-ose-yo Dongmur-ui Sup (NDS) was released by Nintendo for Nintendo DS in 
Korea on December 6, 2007, two years after the release of Oide yo Doubutsu no 
Mori in Japan and Animal Crossing: Wild World (ACWW) in North America & 
Australia.

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2) LANGUAGE
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Oide yo Doubutsu no Mori uses the Japanese language and has little use of 
English.  Written Japanese makes use of three main syllabaries:  kanji, 
hiragana, and katakana.  (A syllabary is a writing system where symbols 
represent syllables.)

Kanji refers to Chinese characters used in written Japanese.  School children 
are taught the 1,945 regular kanji (identified by a 1981 governmental decree) 
used in "official" communications (there are thousands of other kanji in use).  
In OyDnM, you can choose whether to display kanji in the game (see below).

In children's video games, texts are often written entirely in hiragana and/or 
katakana.

Hiragana, meaning "ordinary syllabic script," consists of 48 syllables.  It is 
mainly used to write word endings, but is widely used in materials for children.
Hiragana symbols appear flowing or "feminine."

Katakana, meaning "part (of kanji) syllabic script," also consists of 48 
syllables.  It has various uses, including foreign words and emphasis (like 
bold or italics in English).  Katakana symbols appear angular or "masculine."

Romaji refers to the system where written Japanese is represented by the Latin 
(or English) alphabet.

This guide uses romaji versions of Japanese names used in the game.  The 
corresponding Animal Crossing: Wild World names are included in brackets.  The 
author apologizes for mistakes in translation.

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Korean Version
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Nolleo-ose-yo Dongmur-ui Sup uses the Korean language and has little use of 
English.  Written Korean makes use of two main systems:  hanja and hangeul.

Hanja refers to Chinese characters used in written Korean.  School children are 
expected to learn approximately 1,800 hanja by the end of high scool.

Most modern Korean writing, including all Korean text in this game, consists 
entirely of hangeul.

Hangeul consists of 24 letters:  14 consonants plus 10 vowels.  The letters are 
combined to form syllable "blocks," which are combined to form words.

The romanization system (i.e., how Korean words are transliterated to the Latin 
alphabet) of the Korean language was officially revised by the Republic of 
Korea in 2000.

This guide uses the revised romanization system to represent Korean words and 
names used in the game.  The author uses a hyphen to represent ieung (the 
"circle" letter) when it has no sound (typically used in syllables that begin 
with a vowel).  The corresponding Animal Crossing: Wild World names are 
included in brackets.  The author apologizes for mistakes in translation.

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3) KEYBOARD
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The default keyboard displays hiragana.  Press "(katakana) kana," first key in 
the second row, to find katakana.  Similarly, press "(hiragana) kana," first 
key in the first row, to return to hiragana.  The dakuten and handakuten 
diacritical marks are the first keys in the third and fourth rows, respectively.
Press the first key in the fifth row to produce small kana for "a," "i," "u," 
"e," "o," "tsu," "ya," "yu," or "yo."

The Latin alphabet keyboard offers the option of entering romaji that 
automatically converts to kana!  Press "(hiragana) kana" or "(katakana) kana," 
to the right of the space bar, to convert to hiragana or katakana, respectively.
To end conversion, press the key to the left of the space bar (unknown kanji).

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Korean Version
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The default keyboard displays hangeul.  Consonants are on the left, and vowels 
are toward the right.  The entry of hangeul automatically forms syllable 
blocks!  You may have to hit the "space" bar and the "backspace" key to set a 
particular syllable.

NDS also offers a Latin alphabet keyboard and a page of symbols.

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4) GETTING STARTED
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This part of the game's dialog uses kanji, without the option to replace it 
with hiragana/katakana.

Just like Animal Crossing: Wild World, if you haven't created a village, the 
game opens showing a random town with the camera usually following a villager.  
Overlaying the image on the touchscreen is tacchishite kudasai (or Touch 
Please).  The villager asks you what you want to do.  Here are their menu 
choices:

1) Start
2) Chance Encounter (Tag/Contact Mode; needs bottled message)
...a. Ready for DS wireless communication?
......i. Start
.........1. You have encountered no one.  Do you want to continue?
............a. Continue
............b. Quit
......ii. Go Back
3) Other Things
...a. Immigration
......i. Ready for DS wireless communication?
.........1. Start
............a. No one could be found
.........2. Go Back
...b. Wi-Fi Settings
......ii. Ready to connect to Nintendo WFC?
.........1. Start
.........2. Go Back
...c. Go Back
4) Go Back

If you have already created a village, the game opens showing your town with 
the camera usually following one of your villagers.  The touchscreen says 
tacchishite kudasai (or Touch Please).  Here are the corresponding menu 
choices:

1) Use Established Player
2) Make New Player (if not already four players)
...a. Do you want to move into village?
......i. Yes
......ii. Go Back
3) Chance Encounter (Tag/Contact Mode; needs bottled message)
...a. Ready for DS wireless communication?
......i. Start
.........1. You have encountered no one.  Do you want to continue?
............a. Continue
............b. Quit
......ii. Go Back
4) Other Things
...a. Build a New Town
......i. Are you still sure you want to completely erase existing town?
.........1. Go Back
.........2. Yes
...b. Delete a Player
......i. Who?
.........1. name1
............a. Are you sure?
...............i. Go Back
...............ii. Yes
.........2. name2
.........3. name3
.........4. name4
.........5. Go Back
...c. Immigration (if not already four players)
......i. Ready for DS wireless communication?
.........1. Start
............a. No one could be found
.........2. Go Back
...d. Wi-Fi Settings
......i. Ready to connect to Nintendo WFC?
.........1. Start
.........2. Go Back
...e. Go Back
5) Go Back

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5) THE DRIVER
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This part of the game's dialog uses kanji, without the option to replace it 
with hiragana/katakana.

If you are moving into a village, you will meet [Kapp'n] Untenshu (or Driver) 
(??? in Korean version).  You have only six spaces for your player and town 
names.

Just as in Animal Crossing: Wild World, your responses to [Kapp'n's] Untenshu's 
questions will determine your player's sex (number 4) and face/hair design 
(numbers 2, 6, and 8).  His question (number 7) will also determine the general 
location of your house.  Here are his questions:

1) Are the date & time correct? (if you are the first to move into the village)
...a. Yup!
...b. Nope
......i. [enter time]
......ii. You're sure?
.........1. Perfect!
.........2. No! No! No!
2) It's been raining a long time, don't you think?
...a. Yeah
...b. Nah
3) What's your name?
...a. [enter player name]
4) Do you like the name?
...a. Yup, it's burly
......i. It's a strong name for a boy
.........1. Right on!
.........2. I'm not a boy!
...b. Yeah, it's cute
......i. It's a perfect name for a girl
.........1. Awww, thanks!
.........2. I'm not a girl!
...c. That's not it
5) Where are you headed? (if you are the first to move into your village)
...a. [enter village name]
...b. You're going to [village name]?
......i. Yup!
......ii. No!
6) Why are you going to [village]?
...a. I'm moving
...b. None of your business
7) What made you choose [village]? (if you are the first to move in)
...a. Beach
...b. Public Offices
...c. Shopping
...d. Barrier
...e. Museum
8) You have money, right?
...a. Oh, yeah!
...b. Just a little ...

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6) ARRIVAL
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[Kapp'n] Untenshu drops you off, you enter the [Town Hall] Yakuba, then speak 
to [Pelly] Pelico (Pelli in Korean version).  Here are her questions:

1) Kanji or Hiragana displayed? (this does not appear in Korean version)
...a. Kanji OK
...b. Hiragana
2) What can I do for you?
...a. Moving in
...b. I came by cab!
3) She shows you on the map where your house is located
4) Do you know how to pull up the map?
...a. Can you tell me?
...b. Piece of cake!

From here, you can do most anything in your town including visit [K.K. Slider] 
Totakeke (T.K. in Korean version).  You cannot save, however, until you speak 
to [Tom Nook] Tanukichi (Neogul in Korean version).  Also, you can't exit your 
town or open your Gate until you finish [Tom Nook's] Tanukichi's tasks.

Go to your home and enter it, then exit to meet [Tom Nook] Tanukichi and 
exchange small talk.  From there, you're off to his store.

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7) TANUKICHI'S TASKS
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[Tom Nook's] Tanukichi's tasks are the same as in ACWW:

1) Change into your uniform
2) Plant flowers and trees
3) Meet villagers (three in a new village) and [Tortimer] Kotobuki (Gobuk in
      Korean version)
   Speak to one of the villagers until they ask for your birthday
4) Deliver a piece of furniture
5) Write and mail a letter (it doesn't matter what you write)
6) Deliver carpeting
7) Deliver a Watering Can to the recipient of the letter
8) Write an ad on the [Bulletin Board] Keijiban (again, it doesn't matter what
      you write)

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8) GETTING NOOKINGTON'S
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The store upgrades are the same as in Animal Crossing: Wild World:

1) To obtain Nook 'n' Go:
...a. 25,000 bells in cumulative transactions

2) To obtain Nookway:
...a. 90,000 bells in cumulative transactions

3) To obtain Nookington's:
...a. 240,000 bells in cumulative transactions, and
...b. a player from another town must buy or sell something at your store

4) Just as in prior versions, both buying and selling at Nook's counts toward 
the transaction thresholds.

5) Just as in prior versions, paying your mortgage has nothing to do with store 
upgrades.

6) Just as in prior versions, Nook will not upgrade on a holiday.

Nook's Cranny is open from 8am to 11pm.
Nook 'n' Go is open from 8am to 11pm.
Nookway is open from 8am to 11pm.
Nookington's is open from 8am to 11pm.

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9) AROUND THE TOWN
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[Tom Nook's] Tanukichi's store has signage in Japanese (Korean in Korean 
version).

Here are the menu options at the locations around town:

At Telephone:
1) Set Time (available before player is "awake")
2) Sound Settings
...a. Sound
......i. Stereo
......ii. Surround
...b. Animal Speak
......i. Animalese
......ii. Bebebese
......iii. Silence
...c. Happy? 
......i. That's fine! 
......ii. Umm, hang on!
3) Kanji?
...a. Kanji OK
...b. Hiragana
4) Downloads
...a. Allow [Blanca] Ayashiineko (or Suspicious Cat) (Ateugo-yang-i in Korean)?
......i. Welcome
......ii. Not Wanted
...b. Allow letters and messages?
......i. Receive all
......ii. No
5) Never Mind


At Foot of Bed:
1) Want a different bed?
...a. Switch!
...b. Never mind
You can even replace your bed with unusual "beds" like the Weight Bench.


At [Tom Nook's] Tanukichi's:
1) I'd like to sell 
2) See my catalog 
3) Turnip prices?
4) What's happening? (if he has something to talk about) 
5) Never mind
You cannot order from your catalog while other players are visiting.
The store is open from 8am to 11pm.
You can hear "closing music" starting at 10:50pm.
Sales can occur starting at 5pm, 6pm, 7pm, or 8pm.


At the PTM (Points Teller Machine):
1) How can I be of service?
...a. Balance inquiry
...b. What are points?
...c. Never mind
Get 1 point for every 100 bells you spend at the store.
Purchases from your catalog can gain points.
On certain weekends, a 5x point special will add five times the usual point
   values to your balance.
Here are the rewards for various point levels:
...300 points - Nook's Cranny Model
...5,000 points - Nook 'n Go Model and 5% discount on purchases
...10,000 points - Nookway Model and 10% discount on purchases
...20,000 points - Nookington's Model and 20% discount on purchases


At [Shampoodle] Hea saron supidi (or Hair Salon Speedy)
1) Can I call you [nickname]?
...a. Go ahead
...b. Gimme a break!
2) What do you want?
...a. Do my hair!
......i. Shampoo, cut and style for 3,000 bells?
.........1. Let's do it!
............a. Wait for me in chair.
............b. You'd look cute in a feminine style (if your player is male)
...............A boyish pixie cut would look good (if your player is female)
...............i. No way! or Not a chance!
...............ii. R-really? or Maybe...
............c. When do you want your style to REALLY come alive?
...............i. Every day
..................1. How does the sun make you feel?
.....................a. Warm
........................i. What would you do if rushing & someone called?
...........................1. Grin and say hi!  (warm type)
...........................2. Ignore 'em! (self-assured type)
.....................b. Sweaty!
........................i. Are clothes important to you?
...........................1. Oh, yeah! (trendy type)
...........................2. Nah. (laid-back type)
...............ii. Big nights!
..................1. You're the toast of every party, aren't you!
.....................a. Well, duh!
........................i. If hairstyle a song, what kind?
...........................1. Power ballad. (approachable type)
...........................2. RAWK! (fun-loving type)
.....................b. Unfortunately
........................i. Will you tell me about your primping routine?
...........................1. I'd rather not. (confident type)
...........................2. I'm embarrassed! (reserved type)
............d. What color did you have in mind?
...............i. Warm
..................1. pun an or Safe ... (light brown)
..................2. happi kara or Lighthearted! (blonde/yellow)
..................3. passhon or Fiery! (auburn/red)
..................4. koishiteru kara or Flirty ... (pink)
..................5. Somethin' else!
...............ii. Cold
..................1. yorumedatanai or Mysterious! (dark brown)
..................2. mizumizushii or Young! (blue)
..................3. meniyosasou kara or Lush! (green)
..................4. giragira shiteru or Radiant! (white)
..................5. Something else!
.........2. No way, Lady!
...b. Who are you?
...c. Nothing
The salon appears only in Nookington's.
Only one player at a time can be in the salon.
After purchasing 16 haircuts, [Harriet] Kattorinu (??? in Korean version) may
   offer you an "opposite-gender" haircut style.


At the [Tailor] Shitateya:
1) [Mabel] Kinuyo (Gosun-i in Korean) menu
...a. Design a pattern
......i. Do you want to pay 350 bells and erase one of your 8 designs?
.........1. That's fine
.........2. No
...b. I'd like to sell
...c. What's going on? (if she has something to talk about)
...d. What's this?
......i. Want to hear more?
.........1. Yes! Absolutely!
.........2. No, thanks.
...e. Never mind
2) Design display item menu
...a. I want to display!
......i. You sure you want to erase the design on display?
.........1. That's fine
.........2. I'll trade instead
.........3. Oh, never mind
...b. I want it!
......i. You sure you want to erase one of your 8 designs?
.........1. Yeah, that's fine
.........2. Maybe I'll trade
.........3. Um, never mind
...c. I want to trade!
...d. I'm just looking
You cannot design a pattern while other players are visiting.
The shop is open from 8am to 11pm.
Speak to [Sable] Asami (Go-ok-i in Korean version) daily; she will tell you
   about her and her sister.


At the [Town Hall] Yakuba:
1) [Civic Center] Juuminka menu
...a. Environment Report
...b. Town Tune
...c. Fund-Raising*
...d. Moving*
......i. Are you ready to start DS Wireless Communication?
.........1. Start
............a. Do you want to move to [village]?
...............i. Yes
...............ii. No
.........2. Go Back
...e. Never Mind
2) [Post Office] Yuubinka menu
...a. Mail Letter
...b. Bank Transfer Payment (if you still have debt to pay)
...c. Savings
......i. Deposit
......ii. Withdrawal
...d. Save Letter* (can save 75 letters) (only 50 letters in Korean version)
...e. Never Mind
*These options are not available when your Gate is open.
[Pelly] Pelico works from 7am until 10pm.
[Phyllis] Pelimi (Pellimi in Korean version) takes the night shift.
Both [Pelly] Pelico and [Phyllis] Pelimi will appear when more than one player
   is in town.
The [Town Tune] Mura Mero uses katakana to represent musical notes.
Here is the scale from lowest note to highest note:
   [g  a  b  c  d  e  f  G  A   B  C  D  E]
   so ra shi do re mi fa So Ra Shi Do Re Mi
Here is the default Town Tune:
   So Ra So Ra So z Mi z (z = rest)
   Do z mo z do - - -    (mo = random)
Here are the rewards for depositing money in your Savings Account:
...1,000,000 bells - Box of Tissues
...10,000,000 bells - Piggy Bank
...100,000,000 bells - [Pelly's] Pelico's Pic
...500,000,000 bells - [Phyllis's] Pelimi's Pic
...999,999,999 bells - Town Hall Model
On the first day of the month, you receive interest on your Savings at the rate
   of 0.5% per month, subject to a maximum interest of 99,999 bells.


At the [Museum] Hakubutsukan:
1) [Blathers] Fuka (Bu-eong in Korean version) menu
...a. Donate
......i. Do you want me to identify this fossil? (if unidentified fossil)
.........1. Please do!
.........2. No, thanks
......ii. Do you have anything else to donate?
.........1. Sure do!
.........2. Nope
...b. Identify Fossil
......i. May I take it as a donation? (if not yet donated)
.........1. Sure, take it!
.........2. Give it back!
......ii. Do you have others to identify?
.........1. Yup!
.........2. Nah
...c. Exhibits
...d. What's This?
......i. Shall I stop?
.........1. More!
.........2. Enough!
......ii. Do you have something to donate?
.........1. Yup!
.........2. Nope!
...e. Never Mind
2) [Celeste] Fuko (Bu-on in Korean version) menu
...a. What's This?
...b. Pretty!
...c. Never Mind
3) Telescope menu
...a. Make Constellations*
......i. Make New Constellation
......ii. Change Constellation
.........1. name1
.........2. name2
.........3. name3
.........4. name4
.........5. Go Back (or More)
......iii. Go Back
...b. View Constellations
......i. View Constellations
......ii. Hear Best Times to View
.........1. name1
.........2. name2
.........3. name3
.........4. name4
.........5. Go Back (or More)
......iii. Go Back
...c. Delete Constellations*
......i. name1
......ii. name2
......iii. name3
......iv. name4
......v. Go Back (or More)
...d. Never Mind
You cannot donate items when other players are visiting.
*These options are not available when other players are visiting.
Only one player at a time can visit the Observatory.
You cannot drink coffee when other players are visiting.
Speak to [Brewster] Master (Maseuteo in Korean version) daily to get him to
   reveal info about himself.


At the [Barrier] Sekisho
1) [Booker] Monbansan (B) (Munjiginim (B) in Korean version) menu
...a. What's Going On?
...b. Lost Property
...c. Flag Rearranging
......i. How?
.........1. Use this!
.........2. Swap it!
.........3. Forget it!
...d. What's This?
......i. What do you want to know about?
.........1. What's new?
.........2. Lost items?
.........3. Change flag
.........4. Never Mind
......ii. Do you want more?
.........1. Tell me more!
.........2. See ya!
...e. Never Mind
2) [Copper] Monbansan (A) (Munjiginim (A) in Korean version) menu (Gate closed)
...a. Visiting Other Towns 
......i. DS wireless communication (LAN)
.........1. Start connection?
............a. Ready
...............i. Do you want to go to [village]?
..................1. Yes
..................2. Find another town
..................3. Go Back
...............ii. No town is open
..................1. Try again!
..................2. Go Back
............b. Go Back
......ii. Wi-Fi Communication (needs Friends Roster)
.........1. Start connection?
............a. Ready
...............i. Which town do you wish to visit?
...............ii. Problem/Error message; do you want to try again?
..................1. Try again!
..................2. Go Back
............b. Go Back
......iii. Go Back 
...b. Allowing Visitors
......i. DS wireless communication (LAN)
.........1. Start connection?
............a. Ready
............b. Go Back
......ii. Wi-Fi Communication (needs Friends Roster)
.........1. Start connection?
............a. Ready
...............i. Someone's Gate is open; still want to open yours?
..................1. Yes
..................2. Never mind
............b. Go Back
......iii. Go Back
...c. Friend Code
......i. Receive Code
.........1. Start connection?
............a. Ready
............b. Go Back
.........2. No connection
............a. Try again!
............b. Go Back
......ii. What is that?
......iii. Go Back
...d. What's This? 
...e. Never Mind
3) [Copper] Monbansan (A) menu (Gate open)
...a. Visiting Other Towns
......i. Are you sure?
.........1. Yes
............a. DS wireless communication (LAN)
...............i. Start connection?
..................1. Ready
.....................a. No town is open
........................i. Try again!
........................ii. Go Back
..................b. Go Back
............b. Wi-Fi Communication (needs Friends Roster)
...............i. Start connection?
..................1. Ready
.....................a. Which town do you wish to visit?
.....................b. Problem/Error message; do you want to try again?
........................i. Try again!
........................ii. Go Back
..................2. Go Back
............c. Go Back
.........2. Go Back 
...b. Close Gate
......i. Are you sure?
.........1. Yup!
.........2. Not yet!
...c. What's This? 
...d. Never Mind
[Booker] Monbansan (B) will not know if Pete, Pascal, or Gulliver is in town.

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10) HOUSE UPGRADES
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Your debts to [Tom Nook] Tanukichi are as follows:
1) 19,800 bells for your starter home (4x4) (18,400 bells after tasks)
2) 120,000 bells for the first expansion (6x6)
3) 298,000 bells for the second expansion (8x8)
4) 598,000 bells for the upstairs room (6x6)
5) 728,000 bells for the room on the left (6x6)
6) 848,000 bells for the room on the right (6x6)
7) 948,000 bells for the room in the back (6x6)

When [Tom Nook] Tanukichi asks what roof color you want, he offers four colors 
at a time in the order of red, blue, yellow, green; pink, orange, light blue, 
violet; light green, lilac, blue green, shocking pink; grey, brown, dark green, 
navy.

The item limit for each room is 24 items.  This maximum applies no matter what 
size the room is.

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11) EVENTS
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The holidays in Oide yo Doubutsu no Mori are the same as those in Animal 
Crossing: Wild World.  To refresh your memory, they are:

January 1 - New Year's Day
2nd Saturday of January - [La-Di-Day] Uta-no-hi or Song Day
3rd Sunday of January - Tsuri taikai or Fishing Tourney, Noon to 6pm
4th Sunday of January - [Yay Day] Homeru-hi or Praise Day
1st Saturday of February - Furi maketto or Flea Market
2nd Week of February - [Bright Nights] Yuki matsuri or Snow Festival
4th Sunday of February - Tsuri taikai or Fishing Tourney, Noon to 6pm
1st Saturday of March - Furi maketto or Flea Market
2nd Saturday of March - [La-Di-Day] Uta-no-hi or Song Day
3rd Sunday of March - Tsuri taikai or Fishing Tourney, Noon to 6pm
4th Sunday of March - [Yay Day] Homeru-hi or Praise Day
April 1 to 7 - Cherry Blossoms
1st Saturday of April - Furi maketto or Flea Market
2nd Week of April - [Flower Fest] Gadeningu taikai or Gardening Tourney
4th Sunday of April - Tsuri taikai or Fishing Tourney, Noon to 6pm
1st Saturday of May - Furi maketto or Flea Market
2nd Saturday of May - [La-Di-Day] Uta-no-hi or Song Day
3rd Sunday of May - Tsuri taikai or Fishing Tourney, Noon to 6pm
4th Sunday of May - [Yay Day] Homeru-hi or Praise Day
1st Saturday of June - Furi maketto or Flea Market
3rd Sunday of June - [The Bug Off] Mushitori taikai or Bug Tourney, Noon to 6pm
1st Saturday of July - Furi maketto or Flea Market
2nd Saturday of July - [La-Di-Day] Uta-no-hi or Song Day
3rd Sunday of July - [The Bug Off] Mushitori taikai or Bug Tourney, Noon to 6pm
4th Sunday of July - [Yay Day] Homeru-hi or Praise Day
Every Saturday of August - [Fireworks Show] Hanabi taikai or Fireworks Tourney,
   7pm to midnight
3rd Sunday of August - [The Bug Off] Mushitori taikai or Bug Tourney, Noon to
   6pm
1st Saturday of September - Furi maketto or Flea Market
2nd Saturday of September - [La-Di-Day] Uta-no-hi or Song Day
3rd Sunday of September - [The Bug Off] Mushitori taikai or Bug Tourney, Noon
   to 6pm
4th Sunday of September - [Yay Day] Homeru-hi or Praise Day
1st Saturday of October - Furi maketto or Flea Market
2nd Week of October - [Acorn Festival] Donguri matsuri or Acorn Festival
4th Sunday of October - Tsuri taikai or Fishing Tourney, Noon to 6pm
1st Saturday of November - Furi maketto or Flea Market
2nd Saturday of November - [La-Di-Day] Uta-no-hi or Song Day
3rd Sunday of November - Tsuri taikai or Fishing Tourney, Noon to 6pm
4th Sunday of November - [Yay Day] Homeru-hi or Praise Day
1st Saturday of December - Furi maketto or Flea Market
December 11 to February 24 - Snowballs
3rd Sunday of December - Tsuri taikai or Fishing Tourney, Noon to 6pm
December 31 - Kauntodaun or Countdown

During New Year's Day, talk to [Tortimer] Kotobuki to get your fortune on 
Tortimer Paper.

During [Fireworks Show] Hanabi taikai, talk to [Tortimer] Kotobuki to receive 
[Sparkler] Senkou hanabi and [Roman Candle] Fukidashi hanabi.  You can also 
receive a fortune from [Tortimer] Kotobuki on Tortimer Paper.

During [Acorn Festival] Donguri matsuri, you can receive the following items in 
exchange for a cumulative number of acorns given to [Cornimer] Don Donguri (??? 
in Korean version):
...[Mushroom Stool] Saru no koshikake - 5
...[Mushroom End Table] Kinoko saido teburu - 10
...[Mushroom Lamp] Kinoko no ranpu - 25
...[Mushroom Chair] Masshurumu chea - 40
...[Mushroom Dresser] Kinoko no tansu or Mushroom Drawers - 60
...[Mushroom Closet] Kinoko kurozetto - 80
...[Mushroom Stand] Touchuu ranpu or All Over the Island Lamp - 100
...[Mushroom Table] Kinoko no teburu - 120
...[Mushroom TV] Kinoko terebi - 140
...[Mushroom Bed] Kinoko no beddo - 170
...[Forest Wall] Kinoko no mori no kabe or Forest Mushroom Wall - 200
...[Forest Floor] Kinoko no mori no yuka or Forest Mushroom Floor - 230
Find acorns on the ground each day near non-fruit/non-cedar trees.  You can 
have, at most, one "acorn tree" per acre per day.  You can sell the acorns to 
[Tom Nook] Tanukichi as follows:
...[Rotten Acorn] Mushikui donguri or Worm-eaten Acorn - 2 bells
...[Small Acorn] Chiisana donguri - 50 bells
...[Acorn] Futsuu no donguri or Cut Off Acorn - 80 bells
...[Round Acorn] Marui donguri - 100 bells
...[Large Acorn] Ookina donguri - 200 bells
Also, talk to [Cornimer] Don Donguri to get your fortune on Tortimer Paper.

During Countdown, talk to [Tortimer] Kotobuki to receive a [Party Popper] 
Kurakka or Cracker.

For the Fishing Tourney, here are the largest fish and their average size:
...Shark* - 540cm
...Ocean Sunfish* - 300cm
...Arapaima* - 300cm
...Hammerhead Shark* - 250cm
...Tuna - 230cm
...Blue Marlin* - 220cm
...Gar* - 190cm
...King Salmon* - 160cm
...Stringfish - 150cm
...Coelacanth - 150cm
...Sea Bass - 100cm
...Eel* - 100cm
...Dorado* - 100cm
...Red Snapper - 90cm
...Salmon* - 90cm
...Olive Flounder - 80cm
...Giant Snakehead* - 80cm
...Bass - 75cm
...Koi - 75cm
*not available during the months with Fishing Tourneys

For The Bug Off, here are the largest insects and their average size:
...Oak Silk Moth* - 280mm
...Birdwing Butterfly - 260mm
...Scorpion* - 160mm
...Heracles Beetle* - 160mm
...Atlas Beetle* - 120mm
...Elephant Beetle* - 115mm
...Emperor Butterfly - 115mm
...Peacock Butterfly - 105mm
...Tiger Butterfly - 90mm
...Banded Dragonfly - 90mm
...Goliath Beetle* - 90mm
...Monarch Butterfly - 85mm
...Walkingstick - 85mm
...Mantis - 82mm
*not available during the time of the contest (Noon to 6pm)

[Tom Nook] Tanukichi 5x Point Specials can occur on weekends when there is no
   event scheduled.
Dates for 2006 Point Specials:
...January 7 or 8
...January 28 or 29
...February 18 or 19
...April 15 or 16
...April 29 or 30
...June 10 or 11
...June 24 or 25
...July 29 or 30
...September 30 or October 1
...October 28 or 29
...December 9 or 10
...December 23 or 24
Dates for 2007 Point Specials:
...January 6 or 7
...February 17 or 18
...April 21 or 22
...June 9 or 10
...June 23 or 24
...July 28 or 29
...September 29 or 30
...October 20 or 21
...December 8 or 9
...December 22 or 23
...December 29 or 30
Dates for 2008 Point Specials:
...January 5 or 6
...February 16 or 17
...March 29 or 30
...April 19 or 20
...May 31 or June 1
...June 21 or 22
...June 28 or 29
...October 18 or 19
...November 29 or 30
...December 13 or 14
...December 27 or 28
Dates for 2009 Point Specials:
...January 3 or 4
...January 31 or February 1
...February 28 or March 1
...March 28 or 29
...April 18 or 19
...May 30 or 31
...June 13 or 14
...June 27 or 28
...October 17 or 18
...October 31 or November 1
...November 28 or 29
...December 12 or 13
...December 26 or 27
Here are the most expensive orderable items:
...White Katana - 36,800 bells
...Moon - 32,000 bells
...Black Katana - 12,000 bells
...King Tut Wig - 12,000 bells
...Lovely Phone - 10,400 bells
...Miniature Car - 10,000 bells
...Triforce - 10,000 bells
...Ninja Sword - 9,600 bells
...Treasure Chest - 8,600 bells
...Black King - 8,000 bells
...Black Queen - 8,000 bells
...White King - 8,000 bells
...White Queen - 8,000 bells
...King's Beard - 8,000 bells
...Arwing - 7,200 bells
...Red Corner - 6,800 bells
...Blue Corner - 6,800 bells
...Dolly - 6,800 bells
...Cash Register - 6,480 bells
...Lucky Gold Cat - 6,200 bells
...Ball Return - 6,200 bells
...Telescope - 5,800 bells
...Neutral Corner - 5,500 bells
...Retro Stereo - 5,500 bells
...Hi-Fi Stereo - 5,400 bells
...Deluxe Washer - 5,200 bells

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12) EPISODES
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You can talk to working villagers to learn more about their lives starting on 
these dates:

2nd Wednesday of January - [Mabel and Sable] Kinuyo and Asami (7 episodes)
2nd Sunday of February - [Tom Nook] Tanukichi (6 episodes)
2nd Saturday of March - [Pelly and Phyllis] Pelico and Pelimi (6 episodes)
1st Sunday of April - [Blathers] Futa (6 episodes)
4th Saturday of April - [Mabel and Sable] Kinuyo and Asami (3 episodes)
2nd Tuesday of May - [Tom Nook] Tanukichi (3 episodes)
4th Sunday of May - [Blathers] Futa (4 episodes)
2nd Saturday of June - [Pelly and Phyllis] Pelico and Pelimi (4 episodes)
4th Friday of June - [Pelly and Phyllis] Pelico and Pelimi (4 episodes)
2nd Thursday of July - [Blathers] Futa (3 episodes)
4th Sunday of July - [Mabel and Sable] Kinuyo and Asami (4 episodes)
2nd Saturday of August - [Tom Nook] Tanukichi (4 episodes)
4th Friday of August - [Pelly and Phyllis] Pelico and Pelimi (6 episodes)
3rd Saturday of September - [Tom Nook] Tanukichi (3 episodes)
1st Friday of October - [Blathers] Futa (4 episodes)
3rd Thursday of October - [Mabel and Sable] Kinuyo and Asami (4 episodes)
1st Saturday of November - [Tom Nook] Tanukichi (5 episodes)
4th Thursday of November - [Pelly and Phyllis] Pelico and Pelimi (6 episodes)
3rd Saturday of December - [Blathers] Futa (5 episodes)

You must have spoken with the involved characters at some point in the game in 
order to trigger the episodes.  You need to "befriend" [Sable] Asami in order 
to trigger the [Mabel and Sable] Kinuyo and Asami episodes.  You need 
Nookington's (with [Harriet] Kattorinu, [Timmy] Mamekichi (??? in Korean 
version), and [Tommy] Tsubukichi (??? in Korean version)) in order to trigger 
the [Tom Nook] Tanukichi episodes.  You have to talk to [Pete] Pelio (Pelli-o 
in Korean version) (after shooting him down with your Slingshot), at least once,
in order to trigger the [Pelly and Phyllis] Pelico and Pelimi episodes.  
Finally, you need to speak to [Celeste] Fuko and [Brewster] Master before 
triggering the [Blathers] Futa episodes.

You must witness the first episode in order to trigger the subsequent episodes.

If you miss the day of the first episode, you may still hear the first episode 
on the immediately following days.  For example, if you do not play on the 2nd 
Wednesday of January, you may still catch what [Mabel and Sable] Kinuyo and 
Asami have to say on the next day, Thursday.

There are four days between each first and second episode, then three days 
between subsequent episodes.

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13) VILLAGERS
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Here are the 144 animal villagers in OyDnM (NDS name in parentheses), with 
their sex, birthday, favorite shirt, favorite clothing style, least favorite 
clothing style, and music that plays in their house:

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* [Anteaters] Arikui:   *
*************************

[Anabelle]** Arumi or Aluminum (???) - female - February 16 - Tropical Shirt
                                     - Cute - Strange - Aloha K.K.

[Antonio]* Makoto (???) - male - October 20 - Big Star Shirt - Subtle
                        - Striking - K.K. Faire

[Cyrano] Sakurajima (???) - male - March 9 - Dawn Shirt - Subtle - Fancy
                          - K.K. Faire

[Pango] Patora (???) - female - November 9 - Subdued Print - Gaudy - Cool
                     - K.K. Casbah


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* [Bears] Kuma:         *
*************************

[Chow] Chauyan (???) - male - July 22 - Star Shirt - Striking - Cute
                     - K.K. Steppe

[Curt]* Gantetsu (???) - male - July 1 - MVP Shirt - Subtle - Strange
                       - K.K. Jazz

[Pinky] Tantan (???) - female - September 9 - Dazed Shirt - Cute - Gaudy
                     - Imperial K.K.

[Teddy] Taiheita (???) - male - September 26 - Club Shirt - Fresh - Strange
                       - Mr. K.K.


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* [Bearcubs] Koguma:    *
*************************

[Bluebear] Gurumin (???) - female - June 24 - Lemon Gingham - Funky - Gaudy
                         - K.K. Ska

[Kody] Aidaho or Idaho (A-idaho) - male - September 28 - Orange Check Tee
                                 - Cool - Refined - K.K. Country

[Maple] Mepuru or Maple (???) - female - June 15 - Citrus Gingham - Cute
                              - Striking - I Love You

[Poncho] Poncho (???) - male - January 2 - Blue Grid Shirt - Subtle - Strange
                      - K.K. Condor

[Pudge] Kinzou (Utti) - male - June 11 - Chichi Print - Striking - Cute
                      - Rockin' K.K.

[Stitches]** Pacchi or Patch (???) - male - February 10 - Star Shirt - Funky
                                   - Cool - K.K. Lullaby


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* [Birds] Tori:         *
*************************

[Anchovy] Anchobi or Anchovy (???) - male - March 4 - Earthy Knit - Strange
                                   - Fancy - K.K. Ragtime

[Jay] Tsubakuro (???) - male - July 17 - Six-Ball Shirt - Gaudy - Fresh
                      - K.K. Waltz

[Jitters]** Jinyo (???) - male - February 2 - Latin Uniform - Fresh - Cute
                        - K.K. Samba

[Robin] Pachiku (???) - female - December 4 - Kiwi Shirt - Fresh - Refined
                      - K.K. Bossa

[Twiggy] Pichiku (???) - female - July 13 - Barber Shirt - Striking - Subtle
                       - K.K. Calypso


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* [Cats] Neko:          *
*************************

[Bob] Nikoban (Hijuk) - male - January 1 - Blossom Shirt - Cool - Fancy
                      - K.K. Ragtime

[Kabuki] Kabukichi (???) - male - November 29 - Misty Shirt - Refined - Funky
                         - K.K. Folk

[Kid Cat]* 1Gou (???) - male - August 1 - No. 1 Shirt - Cool - Subtle
                      - Go K.K. Rider!

[Kiki] Kyabia or Caviar (???) - female - October 8 - Dapper Shirt - Subtle
                              - Gaudy - K.K. Country

[Mitzi] Maru (???) - female - September 25 - Gumdrop Shirt - Fresh - Striking
                   - K.K. Swing

[Moe]* Jinpei (???) - male - January 12 - BB Shirt - Striking - Fresh
                    - K.K. Ragtime

[Monique] Jen (???) - female - September 30 - Grape Shirt - Cute - Cool
                    - K.K. Swing

[Olivia] Oribia or Olivia (???) - female - February 3 - Floral Knit - Fancy
                                - Strange - Two Days Ago

[Punchy] Binta (Bingti) - male - April 11 - Gray Tartan - Funky - Gaudy
                        - K.K. Love Song

[Purrl] Tama (???) - female - May 29 - Asian Shirt - Funky - Gaudy - K.K. Swing

[Rosie] Buke or Samurai (Buke) - female - February 27 - Dazed Shirt - Cute
                               - Strange - Rockin' K.K.

[Tabby] Torako (???) - female - August 13 - Bone Shirt - Striking - Fresh
                     - To the Edge

[Tangy] Hyakupa (???) - female - June 17 - Chain Gang Shirt - Funky - Strange
                      - Senor K.K.


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* [Cattle] Ushi:        *
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[Angus]* Serubantesu or Cervantes (???) - male - April 30 - Flame Shirt
                                        - Refined - Funky - Senor K.K.

[Patty] Karupi (???) - female - May 10 - Citrus Shirt - Cute - Subtle
                     - K.K. Calypso

[Rodeo]** Rodeo (???) - male - October 29 - Beatnik Shirt - Gaudy - Cute
                      - K.K. Gumbo

[Tipper]** Makiba (Matilda) - female - August 25 - Rainbow Shirt - Gaudy
                            - Subtle - Soulful K.K.


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* [Chickens] Nikutori:  *
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[Benedict]* Peshimichi (???) - male - October 10 - Two-Ball Shirt - Strange
                             - Cool - I Love You

[Egbert] Shimoyake or Frostbite (Gimhui) - male - October 14 - Swell Shirt
                                         - Subtle - Striking - K.K. Technopop

[Goose] Kenta or Kent (???) - male - October 4 - Tropical Shirt - Strange
                            - Refined - K.K. Country


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* [Crocodiles] Wani:    *
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[Alfonso] Aruberuto or Albert (???) - male - June 9 - Big Bro's Shirt - Strange
                                    - Fancy - Forest Life

[Alli] Kuroko or Croc (???) - female - November 8 - Leopard Shirt - Subtle
                            - Fresh - K.K. Chorale


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* [Dogs] Inu:           *
*************************

[Biskit] Robin (???) - male - May 13 - Deep Blue Tee - Fresh - Strange
                     - K.K. Mambo

[Bones] Tomi (???) - male - August 4 - Caveman Tunic - Refined - Gaudy
                   - K.K. Ragtime

[Butch] Jon or John (Jon) - male - November 1 - Arctic Camo - Cool - Cute
                          - K.K. Fusion

[Daisy] Banira or Vanilla (???) - female - November 16 - Kiddie Shirt - Subtle
                                - Cool - K.K. Soul

[Goldie] Kyarameru or Caramel (???) - female - December 27 - Red Check Shirt
                                    - Fancy - Striking - K.K. Bossa

[Lucky] Rakki or Lucky (???) - male - November 4 - No. 23 Shirt - Cool
                             - Striking - K.K. Dirge

[Portia] Burenda or Brenda (???) - female - October 25 - Polar Fleece - Gaudy
                                 - Refined - Cafe K.K.

[Walker]* Ben (Ben) - male - June 10 - No. 67 Shirt - Subtle - Striking
                    - Two Days Ago


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* [Ducks] Ahiru:        *
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[Bill] Pitan (???) - male - February 1 - No. 2 Shirt - Fresh - Subtle
                   - K.K. Reggae

[Deena] Marimo (???) - female - June 27 - Kiddie Shirt - Subtle - Striking
                     - Mr. K.K.

[Derwin] Bon or Bonn (???) - male - May 25 - Yellow Bar Shirt - Cool
                           - Fancy - The K. Funk

[Drake]** Foagura or Fois Gras (???) - male - June 25 - Folk Shirt - Subtle
                                     - Gaudy - K.K. Blues

[Freckles] Maguro or Tuna (Darangeo) - female - February 19 - Bright Shirt
                                     - Refined - Striking - K.K. Song

[Joey] Richado or Richard (???) - male - January 3 - No. 3 Shirt - Strange
                                - Cute - K.K. Lament

[Maelle] Annu or Ann (???) - female - April 8 - Heart Shirt - Fancy - Refined
                           - Cafe K.K.

[Mallary] Sumimomo (Seumimo) - female - November 17 - Blue Stripe Knit - Fancy
                             - Refined - K.K. Bossa

[Pate] Nakki (???) - female - February 23 - Winter Sweater - Cute - Refined
                   - K.K. Dirge

[Pompom] Norippe (???) - female - February 11 - No. 4 Shirt - Fancy - Strange
                       - K.K. Jazz


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* [Eagles] Washi:       *
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[Amelia] Andesu or Andes (Andeseu) - female - November 19 - Spiderweb Shirt
                                   - Gaudy - Subtle - K.K. Condor

[Apollo] Aporo or Apollo (???) - male - July 4 - Zipper Shirt - Strange - Funky
                               - Soulful K.K.

[Pierce] Sebasu-chan (???) - male - January 8 - Circus Shirt - Subtle - Fancy
                           - K.K. Etude


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* [Elephants] Zou:      *
*************************

[Big Top]* 3Gou (???) - male - October 3 - No. 3 Shirt - Cool - Fresh
                      - K.K. Metal

[Dizzy] Hyuji or Huge (???) - male - July 14 - No. 5 Shirt - Gaudy - Refined
                            - K.K. Gumbo

[Eloise] Erefin or Elefin (???) - female - December 8 - Yellow Bar Shirt
                                - Gaudy - Refined - K.K. Jazz

[Margie]* Sari or Sally (???) - female - January 28 - Hot Spring Shirt - Gaudy
                              - Strange - K.K. Bossa

[Opal] Oparu or Opal (???) - female - January 20 - Gray Tartan - Gaudy
                           - Cool - Forest Life


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* [Frogs] Kaeru:        *
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[Camofrog] Furumetaru or Full Metal (???) - male - June 5 - MVP Shirt - Gaudy
                                          - Fresh - K.K. Rock

[Drift] Doku or Doc (???) - male - October 9 - No. 67 Shirt - Strange
                          - Striking - K.K. Country

[Frobert]* Koji (???) - male - February 8 - Gracie's Top - Striking - Subtle
                      - My Place

[Jeremiah] Kuwatoro (???) - male - July 8 - Sunset Top - Subtle - Gaudy
                          - K.K. Mambo

[Lily] Reini or Rain (???) - female - February 4 - Icy Shirt - Fresh
                           - Cool - K.K. Salsa

[Puddles] Choki (???) - female - January 13 - Lovely Shirt - Cute - Refined
                      - K.K. Ballad

[Ribbot] Gacha or Gatsha (???) - male - February 13 - Lightning Shirt
                               - Striking - Refined - Go K.K. Rider!

[Wart Jr] Samu or Sam (Saem) - male - August 21 - Sharp Outfit - Refined
                             - Cute - To The Edge


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* [Goats] Yagi:         *
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[Chevre] Yuki or Snow (???) - female - March 6 - Natty Shirt - Cute
                            - Cool - K.K. Chorale

[Nan]* Sumi (???) - female - August 24 - Citrus Gingham - Fresh - Gaudy
                  - Steep Hill


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* [Gorillas] Gorira:    *
*************************

[Boone]** Mantarou (???) - male - September 12 - Comfy Sweater - Cool - Funky
                         - K.K. Western

[Cesar] Aran or Alan (???) - male - September 6 - A Shirt - Subtle - Gaudy
                           - K.K. Lament

[Peewee] Danberu or Dumbbell (???) - male - September 11 - Five-Ball Shirt
                                   - Cool - Fresh - K.K. Casbah


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* [Hippos] Kaba:        *
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[Rocco] Gonsaresu or Gonzales (???) - male - August 18 - Danger Shirt - Strange
                                    - Fancy - Lucky K.K.


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* [Horses] Uma:         *
*************************

[Buck] Vayashikofu (???) - male - April 4 - Eight-Ball Shirt - Cool - Subtle
                         - My Place

[Elmer] Sabure (???) - male - October 5 - Gaudy Sweater - Strange - Cute
                     - K.K. Waltz

[Roscoe]* Shubarutsu (???) - male - June 16 - Checkered Shirt - Strange - Fresh
                           - K.K. Dirge

[Savannah] Sabanna or Savannah (Sabanna) - female - January 25 - Deep Blue Tee
                                         - Fancy - Cute - Forest Life

[Victoria]* Sentoaro or Centaur (???) - female - July 11 - One-Ball Shirt
                                      - Cute - Strange - K.K. Country


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* [Kangaroos] Kangaru:  *
*************************

[Kitt] Appurike or Applique (???) - female - October 11 - Blue Diamond Top
                                  - Fresh - Funky - K.K. Chorale

[Mathilda] Azaraku (???) - female - November 12 - U R Here Shirt - Subtle
                         - Cute - K.K. Ragtime


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* [Koalas] Koara:       *
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[Alice]* Meruborun or Melbourne (???) - female - August 19 - Barber Shirt
                                      - Funky - Refined - Surfin' K.K.

[Melba]** Aderedo or Adelaide (???) - female - April 12 - Green Vest - Cute
                                    - Strange - K.K. Ragtime

[Yuka] Yukari or Yuka (???) - female - July 20 - Citrus Gingham - Fancy
                            - Cool - Soulful K.K.


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* [Lions] Raion:        *
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[Bud] Gura-san (Seongeul) - male - August 8 - Flowery Shirt - Cool - Fresh
                          - K.K. Ska

[Elvis]** Kingu or King (King) - male - July 23 - Royal Shirt - Subtle - Cute
                               - K.K. Casbah


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* [Mice] Nezumi:        *
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[Bella]* Izabera or Isabella (Ijabel) - female - December 28 - Skull Shirt
                                      - Striking - Fresh - K.K. Metal

[Bree]* Sara (???) - female - July 7 - Floral Knit - Fresh - Gaudy
                   - Two Days Ago

[Dora] Tome (Timi) - female - February 18 - Sharp Outfit - Fresh - Striking
                   - Soulful K.K.

[Limberg] Rakkyo or Rocky (???) - male - October 17 - Subdued Print - Funky
                                - Cute - K.K. Folk

[Rod]* Jan (???) - male - August 14 - Zipper Shirt - Cool - Subtle - K.K. March

[Samson] Pisu (Piseu) - male - July 5 - Airy Shirt - Funky - Striking
                      - Go K.K. Rider!


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* [Octopi] Tako:        *
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[Marina]* Takorina or Tacorena (???) - female - June 26 - Bubble Gum Shirt
                                     - Cute - Refined - K.K. Gospel

[Octavian] Okutarou (???) - male - September 20 - Big Star Shirt - Funky
                          - Fancy - K.K. D & B


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* [Ostriches] Dachou:   *
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[Gladys]* Chitose or Millennium (???) - female - January 15 - Misty Shirt
                                      - Subtle - Gaudy - K.K. Folk

[Queenie] Takyu (Taekju) - female - November 13 - Laced Shirt - Striking
                         - Gaudy - K.K. Gumbo


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* [Penguins] Pengin:    *
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[Aurora] Orora or Aurora (Orora) - female - January 27 - Pink Tartan - Funky
                                 - Gaudy - K.K. Gumbo

[Cube] Bisu or Screw (???) - male - January 29 - Big Dot Shirt - Cute - Cool
                           - K.K. Technopop

[Friga] Saburina or Sabrina (???) - female - October 16 - Picnic Shirt
                                  - Cool - Funky - K.K. Tango

[Gwen] Pora or Polar (???) - female - January 23 - Yellow Bolero - Fancy
                           - Funky - Cafe K.K.

[Hopper] Daruman or Dalman (Dalman-i) - male - April 6 - Dragon Shirt
                                      - Refined - Cute - Lucky K.K.

[Roald] Penta (???) - male - January 5 - Cafe Shirt - Strange - Subtle
                    - K.K. Parade


*************************
* [Pigs] Buta:          *
*************************

[Curly] Hamukatsu or Ham Sandwich (???) - male - July 26 - Green Bar Shirt
                                        - Funky - Cool - K.K. Reggae

[Hugh] Kucchane (???) - male - December 30 - Jade Check Print - Fancy - Gaudy
                      - K.K. Mambo

[Lucy] Rushi or Lucy (???) - female - June 2 - Natty Shirt - Cute - Cool
                           - Comrade K.K.

[Rasher] Gureo (???) - male - April 7 - Rugby Shirt - Refined - Cute
                     - K.K. Faire

[Truffles] Tonko (???) - female - July 28 - Turnip Top - Cute - Subtle
                       - Two Days Ago


*************************
* [Rabbits] Usagi:      *
*************************

[Bunnie] Ririan or Lilian (???) - female - May 9 - Jade Check Print - Gaudy
                                - Strange - K.K. Aria

[Coco] Yayoi (???) - female - March 1 - Dawn Shirt - Refined - Gaudy
                   - K.K. Dirge

[Dotty] Masa (???) - female - March 14 - Blue Check Shirt - Fancy - Cool
                   - K.K. Technopop

[Gabi] Pechika (Paetika) - female - December 16 - Waffle Shirt - Cute
                         - Strange - K.K. Love Song

[Gaston] Mosakichi (Daegil) - male - October 28 - Swell Shirt - Refined
                            - Cute - K.K. Dirge

[Genji] Genji (Tosi) - male - January 21 - Misty Shirt - Refined - Striking
                     - King K.K.

[Pippy] Rotta or Lotta (Lota) - female - June 14 - Mint Gingham Top - Fancy
                              - Strange - K.K. Mambo

[Ruby]** Runa (???) - female - December 25 - Bunny Shirt - Cute - Refined
                    - K.K. Ska

[Snake] Momochi (???) - male - November 3 - Zipper Shirt - Striking - Fancy
                      - K.K. Lullaby

[Tiffany]* Bazure (???) - female - January 9 - Spiderweb Shirt - Striking
                        - Cute - K.K. Rock


*************************
* [Rhinos] Sai:         *
*************************

[Rhonda]** Yumeko (Ronda) - female - January 24 - Bodice - Fancy - Gaudy
                          - K.K. Parade

[Tank] Kurubushi or Ankle (???) - male - May 6 - No. 1 Shirt - Cool - Subtle
                                - K.K. Lament


*************************
* [Sheep] Hitsuji:      *
*************************

[Baabara] Torowa (???) - female - March 28 - Purple Tie-Dye - Fresh - Cool
                       - K.K. Swing

[Vesta] Meriyasu or Knitting (???) - female - April 16 - Fall Plaid Shirt
                                   - Fresh - Funky - K.K. Steppe


*************************
* [Squirrels] Risu:     *
*************************

[Agent S]* 2Gou (???) - female - July 2 - No. 2 Shirt - Cool - Fancy
                      - Cruisin' K.K.

[Blaire] Shiruetto or Silhouette (???) - female - July 3 - Peachy Shirt
                                       - Fancy - Cool - K.K. Jazz

[Caroline] Kyarorain or Caroline (Kaerollain) - female - July 15 - Gelato
                                                Shirt - Gaudy - Refined
                                              - DJ K.K.

[Filbert] Rikki or Ricky (???) - male - June 3 - Vogue Top - Strange - Gaudy
                               - Two Days Ago

[Mint] Minto or Mint (???) - female - May 2 - Gumdrop Shirt - Cool - Strange
                           - K.K. Soul

[Nibbles] Garigari (???) - female - July 19 - Watermelon Shirt - Cute - Subtle
                         - K.K. Technopop

[Peanut] Momoko (Pinki) - female - June 8 - Beatnik Shirt - Funky - Subtle
                        - K.K. Salsa

[Pecan] Rebekka or Rebecca (Rebeka) - female - September 10 - Red Check Shirt
                                    - Fancy - Refined - Cafe K.K.

[Sally] Rarami (???) - female - June 19 - Icy Shirt - Cute - Cool - K.K. Fusion

[Static] Supaku or Spark (???) - male - July 9 - Melon Shirt - Gaudy - Cute
                               - Surfin' K.K.


*************************
* [Tigers] Tora:        *
*************************

[Rolf] Chomoran (???) - male - August 22 - Bubble Shirt - Refined - Fancy
                      - Rockin' K.K.

[Rowan] Gomesu or Gomez (???) - male - August 26 - Aqua Polka Shirt - Funky
                              - Subtle - Aloha K.K.


*************************
* [Wolves] Ookami:      *
*************************

[Chief] Chifu or Chief (???) - male - December 19 - Red Bar Shirt - Subtle
                             - Fancy - DJ K.K.

[Lobo] Bunzurou (???) - male - November 5 - Checkered Shirt - Subtle - Funky
                      - K.K. Safari

[Whitney]** Bianka or Bianca (???) - female - September 17 - Floral Knit
                                   - Fancy - Refined - Lucky K.K.

[Wolfgang] Robo or Lobo (???) - male - November 25 - Gracie's Top - Cool
                              - Cute - K.K. Song

* Villagers first introduced in Doubutsu no Mori e+ via e-Reader card
** Villagers first introduced in Oide yo Doubutsu no Mori

******************************************************************************
14) MONKEY VILLAGERS
******************************************************************************
There are six "secret" monkey villagers in this version of the game!  They are 
unlocked when players use Tag Mode (Contact Mode in European versions) near a 
DS Download Station to obtain Mario Theme items (see below).

Here are their names (Korean name in parentheses), sex, birthday, favorite 
shirt, favorite clothing genre, least favorite clothing genre, and music that 
plays in their house:

*************************
* [Monkeys] Saru:       *
*************************

[Champ] Saruo (???) - male - June 4 - Paw Shirt - Funky - Striking - K.K. Salsa

[Elise] Monko (???) - female - March 21 - Cool Shirt - Fancy - Refined
                    - Neopolitan

[Monty] Sarumontei (???) - male - December 7 - Blue Pinstripe - Refined - Cute
                         - Pondering

[Nana] Chicchi or Cheech (???) - female - August 23 - Bubble Gum Shirt - Cute
                               - Refined - K.K. Dixie

[Simon] Etekichi (???) - male - January 19 - Red Bar Shirt - Fresh - Cool
                       - Forest Life

[Tammi] Eipuriru or April (???) - female - April 1 - New Spring Shirt - Fancy
                                - Refined - Only Me

From December 9 to December 26, 2005, Champ, Elise, and Simon were unlocked by 
Nintendo of Japan to OyDnM players using DS Download Stations in Japan.

From February 2 to February 19, 2006, Monty, Nana, and Tammi were unlocked by 
Nintendo of Japan to OyDnM players using DS Download Stations in Japan.

In June and July 2006, Elise, Monty, and Nana (at least) were unlocked by 
Nintendo of Australia via DS Download Stations in Australia during the Nintendo 
DS Connection Tour '06.

In July 2006, Champ, Elise, Simon, and Tammi (at least) were unlocked by 
Nintendo of Europe via DS Download Stations in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

From July 23 to July 30, 2006, all six monkeys were unlocked by Nintendo of 
America via DS Download Stations in Toys 'R' Us stores in the United States.

Starting in July 2006, all six monkeys are available to unlock via DS Download 
Station at the Nintendo World store in New York City.

From January 29 to February 20, 2008, all six monkeys were unlocked by Nintendo 
of Korea via DS Download Stations.

******************************************************************************
15) VILLAGER PERSONALITIES
******************************************************************************
There are six different villager personalities in the game:

Males:
...A) [Cranky] Ore awake 10:00am to 4:30am
...B) [Jock] Oira awake 6:30am to 2:00am
...C) [Lazy] Boku awake 8:00am to 1:30am

Females:
...D) [Snooty] Atashi awake 9:00am to 3:30am
...E) [Peppy] Atai awake 7:00am to 2:30am
...F) [Normal] Watashi awake 5:00am to 1:00am


From Nakor:

"They're all different ways of saying I or "me," but each has a different tone.

"Watashi" is the most standard one, thus going to the normal type.
"Atashi" is a feminine variation of Watashi.
"Atai" is to my understanding a really slangy Watashi.
"Boku" is a casual word for I or me that's used primarily between male "pals"
       or friends.
"Ore" is a sort of self-confident, bragging way of saying I.
"Oira" is a slightly slangy variation of Ore, unless I'm mistaken on this one.

Thus they can be used to differentiate between the different personalities."


Here are the OyDnM personalities for the 150 animals, using ACWW names:

          Males                          Females
          --------------------------     -----------------------------
Species   A Cranky  B Jock    C Lazy     D Snooty  E Peppy   F Normal
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Anteater  Cyrano    Antonio                        Annabelle
                                                   Pango
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Bear      Chow      Teddy                          Pinky
          Curt
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Bearcub             Kody      Pudge                Bluebear  Maple
                    Poncho    Stitches
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Bird                Jay       Anchovy    Robin     Twiggy
                    Jitters
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Cat       Kabuki    Kid Cat   Bob        Monique   Rosie     Kiki
                              Moe        Olivia    Tabby     Mitzi
                              Punchy     Purrl     Tangy
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Cattle    Angus               Rodeo      Tipper    Patty
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Chicken             Goose     Benedict
                              Egbert
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Crocodile                     Alfonso    Alli
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Dog       Butch               Biskit     Portia              Daisy
                              Bones                          Goldie
                              Lucky
                              Walker
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Duck                Bill      Derwin     Maelle    Freckles  Deena
                              Drake      Mallary   Pate
                              Joey                 Pompom
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Eagle     Apollo    Pierce               Amelia
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Elephant                      Dizzy      Eloise              Margie
                              Big Top    Opal
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Frog      Camofrog  Drift     Jeremiah             Puddles   Lily
          Wart Jr   Frobert
                    Ribbot
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Goat                                                         Chevre
                                                             Nan
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Gorilla   Cesar     Boone
          Peewee
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Hippo     Rocco
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Horse     Roscoe    Buck      Elmer                Victoria  Savannah
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Kangaroo                                 Mathilda            Kitt
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Koala                                    Yuka                Alice
                                                             Melba
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Lion      Elvis     Bud
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Monkey    Monty     Champ     Simon      Elise     Tammi     Nana
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Mouse     Limberg   Rod                  Bree      Bella     Dora
                    Samson
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Octopus   Octavian                                           Marina
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Ostrich                                  Queenie             Gladys
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Penguin   Hopper    Roald     Cube       Friga               Aurora
                                         Gwen
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Pig       Rasher    Curly     Hugh                 Truffles  Lucy
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Rabbit    Gaston    Genji                Tiffany   Bunnie    Coco
                    Snake                          Dotty
                                                   Gabi
                                                   Pippy
                                                   Ruby
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Rhino               Tank                                     Rhonda
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Sheep                                    Baabara             Vesta
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Squirrel  Static              Filbert    Blaire    Agent S   Caroline
                                         Mint      Nibbles   Sally
                                         Pecan     Peanut
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Tiger     Rolf      Rowan
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Wolf      Chief                          Whitney
          Lobo
          Wolfgang

******************************************************************************
16) VILLAGER INTERACTIONS
******************************************************************************
You can cure sick villagers!  Occasionally, you can enter a villager's house to 
find them ill, shivering or moping with black swirls.  Bring them a dose, one 
per day, of medicine bought from [Tom Nook's] Tanukichi's store to cure them.  
Catch them early in their illness, and you will have to bring them fewer doses.

You can listen in on villager conversations!  If you see two villagers talking, 
walk up and either tap one of the villagers or press the "A" button to listen 
to what they say.  They may include you in the conversation.

You can celebrate a villager's birthday!  Each villager has a designated 
birthday.  They will send you a birthday notice about a week before the day.  
They will spend their birthday inside, hosting a "party."  One other villager 
will also spend the day with the celebrated villager.  Stop by and give a gift; 
you will get one in return.  Unfortunately, there is a possibility that your 
game will "freeze" shortly after you hand over your present.

Villagers may ask you to bring them fish, insects, furniture, clothes, or 
fossils, depending on their hobbies.  They may challenge you to a competition 
to catch an insect or fish.  Usually when they ask for furniture of a specific 
color or genre, you may have to satisfy their requests eight times before they 
change their interest.  Often when requesting clothes or fossils, villagers 
will ask for a couple of any kind, then later ask for specific shirts or 
fossils.

When a villager asks for clothing without specifying which one they want, they 
will refuse a shirt from their least favorite style.

They may ask you to deliver a blue-ribbon-wrapped present or a green letter to 
another villager.  You can open the present or read the letter, but you may 
make your villager angry.  After the delivery is made, return to the villager 
to provide feedback and get a reward.

When there is distance between you and a villager, tap on the villager with 
your stylus to wave to them.  They will have one of these responses:
...1. They will wave back while a multi-note chime sounds (Cranky, Jock, Snooty,
      & Peppy personalities)
...2. They will bow while a two-note chime sounds (Lazy & Normal personalities)
...3. They will bow and glance up while something like a "piano crash" sounds
      (Cranky, Jock, Snooty, & Peppy personalities)
...4. They will nod their head to the side with the sound of "blowing wind"
      (Lazy & Normal personalities)
The first two signal that your "relationship" is good.

Villagers may make an appointment to visit you in your house.  Usually, you 
have to set the time at least 30 minutes into the future.  You may have to make 
the appointment for the following morning, if it is very late into the night.  
Depending on the villager's personality, they may comment on a particular 
furniture item, if it is in your main room:

Males                                 
----------------------------------------------------
A Cranky          B Jock            C Lazy
----------------  ----------------  ----------------
Tall Cactus       Cow Skull         Kiddie Bed
Round Cactus      Red Corner        Kiddie Couch
Samurai Suit      Blue Corner       Robo-Sofa
Black Katana      Neutral Corner    Space Station
White Katana      Judge's Bell      Elephant Slide
Ninja Sword       Boxing Mat        Cradle
Tea Table         Weight Bench      Baby Bed
Hearth            Barbecue          Cactus
Tall Lantern      Vision Tester     Watermelon Chair
Tea Vase          Trunk Measure     Watermelon Table
Red Vase          Stadiometer       Moai Statue
Blue Vase         Office Locker     Merlion
Lucky Black Cat   Table Tennis      Doghouse
Mahjong Table     Basketball Hoop   Snowman
Ponderosa Bonsai  Mountain Bike     Men's Toilet
Pine Bonsai       Sleeping Bag      Piggy Bank
Mugho Bonsai      Surfboard         Raccoon Figurine
Jasmine Bonsai    Diver Dan         Chocolates
Screen            Snowboard         Outdoor Bath
Scary Painting    Box of Tissues    Miniature Car

Females
----------------------------------------------------
D Snooty          E Peppy           F Normal
----------------  ----------------  ----------------
Ranch Bed         Lovely Bed        Classic Desk
Classic Bed       Lovely Chair      Lovely Kitchen
Classic Sofa      Lovely Vanity     Garden Gnome
Classic Table     Mr Flamingo       Hamster Cage
Regal Bed         Mrs Flamingo      Mop
Regal Vanity      Picnic Table      Writing Desk
Cabana Bed        Merry-go-Round    Writing Chair
Cabin Bed         Dolly             Office Desk
Modern Bed        Mini Dharma       Coffee Maker
Snowman Bed       Baby Bear         Mama Bear
Hammock           Grapefruit Table  Iris Chair
Scale             Lemon Table       Iris Table
Papa Bear         Orange Chair      Kitchen Sink
Tulip Chair       Lime Chair        Clothesline
Tulip Table       Daffodil Chair    Birdhouse
Billiard Table    Daffodil Table    Solemn Painting
Dainty Painting   Arc de Triomphe   Quaint Painting
Famous Painting   Big Festive Tree  Warm Painting
Perfect Painting  Festive Tree      Rare Painting
Lovely Painting   Amazing Painting  Fine Painting

You may visit a villager in their house, only to find all their belongings 
packed up in boxes, much like when they moved into your town.  They are ready 
to move out of your village, but you can talk them into staying if you want.  
If you get them to say just one of the following things, based on their 
personality, they will not move out after all:

Males:

A Ore (Cranky)

...a) sokomade hikitometekurerunante [(nick)name]... omemo himanayatsudaze

      [(nick)name], you're the only one who tried to stop me, [catchphrase].
      Thanks for sticking with me.  It's nice to be wanted.  Maybe I'll
         reconsider...

...b) n? souka?
      omega sokomadeiunara kangaenaoshitemirukana

      What?  Really?  Well, maybe I'll reconsider...
      But I'll expect some strong displays of affection!

...c) na, nandayo...  orenokesshinni mizuwosasanedekure, [catchphrase]
      ikuni ikenaku nacchimaujaneka

      Quit tryin' to change my mind, [catchphrase]
      I've made my decision and I'm stickin' with it.


B Oira (Jock)

...a) sonnakoto iwaretemonaa...
      are?!  pasupotoga mitsukanne!
      koreja, hikkoshi dekinaizo!  [catchphrase]!

      Oh no!  I'm such an IDIOT!  I lost my passport!
      I won't be able to move if I don't have my passport, [catchphrase]!

...b) e?!  sonnakoto iwaretemo...
      yametokouka?  doushiyoukana, [catchphrase]

      What?!  That's really how you feel about it...for real?
      So maybe I shouldn't go?  Man, what to do...

...c) un... dattara chotto kangaenaoshitemiyoukana

      My brain's all bamboozled...  Maybe I should rethink the whole thing,
         [catchphrase]!


C Boku (Lazy)

...a) komattana kimiga sonnakoto iunante...
      bokutte konomurani itahougaiinokana!
         [select unun]
      sokka... kimiga sokomadeiunara, chotto kangaetemiruyo, [catchphrase]
         [select tabun]
      soudane...nandaka, hikkoshitara waruikotoga okisouna kigashitekitayo

      Well, this is a problem.  I didn't expect you to respond like that...
      I guess maybe I should stay in this town, huh?
         [select Don't leave me!]
      Is that so?  Well, if that's how you're going to react I'll sleep on it
         for a while.
         [select Maybe?]
      Yeah...  Somehow I get the feeling that if I move, something bad will
         happen!

...b) sokomade iunara...
      mou1kai kangaetemiyoukana, [catchphrase]

      Wow.  I wasn't expecting that response...  Maybe I'll think it over once
         more.

...c) doushite sonnani... moshikashite...
      ufufu, mousukoshidake kokoni sundemiyoukana, [catchphrase]

      Why would you say that?  Are you trying to tell me something?
      Huh huh huh!  Maybe I'll stick around a little bit longer, [catchphrase]!


Females:

D Atashi (Snooty)

...a) konomurani mottohitoga kuruyouninareba, deaimo fuerushi...
      [(nick)name]changa kyouryokushitekurerunara nokottemoiikedone

      If we got more visitors, I'd meet new people, [catchphrase]...
      If you do what I say, [(nick)name], then maybe, just maybe, I'll stay.

...b) yada!  sonnakotoiwanaide!
      konomurakara hanarerarenaku nacchaujanai!  [catchphrase]

      Stop!  Don't say stuff like that, OK?!
      I won't be able to get away from this place if you keep saying that,
         [catchphrase]!

...c) shouganaiwane...  sonnani atashinokoto sukinano?
         [select sukidayo!]
      sonnanishoumenkitte iwaretemo...  nandadahazukashiewa
         [select ...]
      aikawarazu noriga waruiwane, [catchphrase]
         [select soudemonaikedo]
      mo!  amanojakune, [(nick)name]chan!
      atashinokokorowo moteasondetanoshii?  [catchphrase]?

      Oh wow...  Do you really like me that much?
         [select Yes!  Yes I do!]
      I know you're just being honest, but...it's actually kind of
         embarrassing me!
         [select Uh...]
      Well, don't get so excited that you pop a blood vessel or something,
         [catchphrase]!
         [select Yes.  I mean, no.]
      Hmph!  You sneaky little...  [(nick)name], you're such a jerk!
      I bet you'll miss toying with my emotions the most, huh!  [catchphrase]!


E Atai (Peppy)

...a) un... sokomade iwarerutona
      doushiyou... yametoitahouga ii?  [catchphrase]?

      Well, gee whiz...  When you put it that way...
      Oh, what should I do?  Should I change my mind, [catchphrase]?

...b) ...sokomadeyuno?  komattana, [catchphrase]
      hikkoshino kyanseruryou doushiyou, [catchphrase]

      ...Oh, really, that much?  Oh.  Well...
      What am I supposed to do about the cancel penalty, [catchphrase]?

...c) ee!  yametokette iuno?
      atai, sonnakaruionnaja naindakedo, [catchphrase]

      Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat?!  You think I oughta change my mind, [catchphrase]?
      Do you really think I'm that flighty, [catchphrase]?


F Watashi (Normal)

...a) ...wakarimashita, [catchphrase]
      sokomade [(nick)name]sanga watashinokotowo taisetsuni
         omottekudasatteirunonara,
      chotto kangaesasetekudasai ashitamadeniha ketsuronwo dashimasukara...
         [catchphrase]

      ...Oh, fine, [catchphrase].
      [(Nick)name], if you want me here so badly, I'll think about it.  But no
         promises!
      I'll make up my mind tomorrow...[catchphrase].

...b) so...sonnafuuni iwareruto chotto mayotteshimaimasu
      doushimashou...  yappari yameteokoukashira?  [catchphrase]?

      Oh...  You sound so sad!  I don't know what to do anymore, [catchphrase]!
      What should I do?  Should I just forget about the whole thing, 
         [catchphrase]?

...c) komarimasuyo...
      sonnani hikitomerareruto ikuni ikenaku nacchaujanaidesuka
      konkaiha yappari yametokoukashira, [catchphrase]

      Please, don't...
      You're making this harder than it has to be!  Stop making your sad face!
      Maybe I should stay after all...[catchphrase].

******************************************************************************
17) ANIMAL PICS
******************************************************************************
You can receive a framed memento from your animal friends!  Keep your 
relationship good and they will run up to you one day and hand you their 
picture.

Talking to your villager daily, writing them letters, and performing errands 
for them can all help keep a relationship good, but are not required to get a 
villager's pic.  You don't have to be their "best friend;" you just can't do 
anything to make your relationship "bad."  Wave to them (see above) to check 
the status of your relationship.

What's important is that you make yourself available to them so that they can 
see you and run up to you.  Try this strategy for getting a villager's pic:

1) Talk to your outside villager(s) once and perform any errand(s) they may 
request.

2) Take your player to an isolated corner of your town and put your DS into 
Sleep Mode (close it) for at least 15 minutes.  Isolation is important so that 
the villager does not see you while they are wandering outside (the simulation 
continues even though it's not displayed on the screen).

3) Run in front of your villager(s) so that they see you and make either the 
Surprise (4 white marks) or Realization (exclamation mark) visual emotion.  
Talk to them, and they may give you their pic.

4) If you didn't get the pic, repeat steps 2 and 3.  The 15-minute "waiting" 
period seems to be the appropriate time it takes for the game to regenerate the 
villager's visual emotion response to seeing you.

You can get multiple pics from the same villager (from Snooty villagers, at 
least).

The pics do not appear in the catalog, and they are worth nothing when sold to 
[Tom Nook] Tanukichi.

You can get pics from animals with the Atashi (Snooty) personality by choosing 
specific responses to one of their dialogs, about your siblings.  Choose the 
third option, then either option of the following:

1. otaku, oniisamaka oneesamaga iruwane?  [catchphrase]?
...a. nande?
...b. hitorikkodayo
...c. ...doukana
2. fufun, naniyo sore?  akumademo misuteriasuwo kidorutsumori?
   jaa, arenara dou?
   suggoi reana arewoagerutte iwaretara, otaku dousuru?  [catchphrase]?
...a. ...doukana
...b. sukinishite

There is a "glitch" involving villagers with the Boku (Lazy) personality.  They 
may ask you whether you have framed the pic they gave you, even though they may 
never have actually given you their pic:

1. [(nick)name]-kun!  konomaeageta shashin, mou kazattekureta?
...a. kazattayo!
......i. ufufu... nandaka boku, yuumeijinmitaida, [catchphrase]
...b. madanano
......i. ee!  [(nick)name]-kun no okezu!  [catchphrase]!
         shinsennauchini kazattenette yakusokushitadesho?

Unfortunately when this happens, you may not be able to actually get their pic.
It is possible to get this animal's pic using alternate players.

Don't confuse this with another pic-related question asked by Boku (Lazy) 
villagers, where they ask if anyone has yet given you their pic (either 
response gets you their pic):

1. [(nick)name]kunha darekano shashintte morattakotoaru?  [catchphrase]?
...a. aruyo
......i. ee!  darekara morattano!
         moshikashite... [villager name]-kun!?
         dattara bokumo kore, ageruyo, [catchphrase]!
         sono shashinha ichibanno otomodachidakenishika agenaindayo,
            [catchphrase]
         korekaramo zutto bokuto nakayokushitene, [catchphrase]!
...b. mada, naino
......i. dattara bokunowoageruyo, [catchphrase]
         sono shashinha ichibanno otomodachidakenishika agenaindayo,
            [catchphrase]
         korekaramo zutto bokuto nakayokushitene, [catchphrase]

In addition to the 150 animal villagers, you can also receive the following 
pics:

[Tom Nook's] Tanukichi's (from Tom Nook in trade)
[K.K. Slider's] Totakeke's (from K.K. Slider in trade)
[Pascal's] Rakosuke's (from Pascal in trade)
[Katie's & Kaitlin's] Maigo-chan's & Okaa-san's (from Katie or Kaitlin)
[Pelly's] Pelico's (from Savings Account)
[Phyllis's] Pelimi's (from Savings Account)

You cannot get any other working animal's pic, like [Sable's] Asami's, 
[Brewster's] Master's, or [Celeste's] Fuko's.

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18) SPECIAL VISITORS
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Most special visitors disappear when other players are visiting.  [Crazy Redd] 
Tsunekichi (Yeo-un in Korean version) and [Katrina] Hackemy (Machulilla in 
Korean version) are exceptions.

With the exception of [K.K. Slider] Totakeke, there can be only one special 
visitor in your town at any time.  Here is the hierarchy of special visitors:
1) [Resetti] Mr. Reset (Dolumukssi in Korean version)
2) [Tortimer] Kotobuki
   [Cornimer] Don Donguri
   [K.K. Slider] Totakeke
3) [Lyle] Honma-san (Ansimhaessi in Korean version)
   [Joan] Kaburiba (Mupala in Korean version)
4) [Crazy Redd] Tsunekichi
5) [Katie & Kaitlin] Maigo-chan & Okaa-san (??? & ??? in Korean version)
6) [Katrina] Hackemy
   [Gracie] Grace (Geure-iseu in Korean version)
   [Saharah] Rolland (Sahara in Korean version)
   [Wendell] Seiichi (Gopa-yu in Korean version)
   [Pascal] Rakosuke (Haetalhan in Korean version)
   [Dr Shrunk] Shisho (Seuseung in Korean version)
   [Gulliver] Johnny (Jyoni in Korean version)
7) [Blanca] Ayashiineko
8) [Pete] Pelio
Special visitors with a higher priority will "bump" those with a lower priority 
when there is a "conflict" of appearance.

During any five-day "working week" (Monday through Friday) when [Tortimer] 
Kotobuki or [Cornimer] Don Donguri are not in town, the game will generate:
...a) one day with a visit by [Crazy Redd] Tsunekichi
...b) two days with visits by two of the "priority 6" visitors ([Katrina]
      Hackemy, etc.)
...c) two days with visits by [Pete] Pelio

[Tortimer] Kotobuki, [Cornimer] Don Donguri, [K.K. Slider] Totakeke, [Lyle] 
Honma-san, and [Joan] Kaburiba appear at specified times.  You can arrange the 
regular appearance of [Crazy Redd] Tsunekichi when speaking to [Lyle] Honma-san.
[Katie & Kaitlin] Maigo-chan & Okaa-san can appear after connecting with 
another town.  Finally, you can allow the appearance of [Blanca] Ayashiineko by 
using the Telephone in the upstairs bedroom.

Here are the menus for special visitors:

[Tortimer] Kotobuki
1) Will you trade me your [Massage Chair] Massaji isu? (if you have one)
...a. Yeah
...b. Nah
He appears near Town Hall during New Year's Day, Fishing Tourney, Bright Nights,
   Flower Fest, The Bug Off, Fireworks Show, and Countdown.  He also appears
   outside your house the next time you play after catching all the fish and
   after catching all the insects.
Each player can trade with him multiple times.


[Cornimer] Don Donguri
He appears near Town Hall during the Acorn Festival.


[K.K. Slider] Totakeke
1) Do you want to hear a song?
...a. Yeah
......i. Do you have a request?
.........1. Yeah
.........2. Nah
...b. Nah
2) Do you want to trade your [Country Guitar] Akogita-AS2? (if you have one)
...a. Yeah
...b. Nah
He appears in the coffee shop every Saturday from 7:30pm to Midnight.
Each player can get one music recording per visit, starting at 8pm.
Each player can trade with him multiple times.


[Lyle] Honma-san or Mr. Truth
1) I've got a questionnaire to fill out.
...a. Sounds fun!
...b. Who are you?
......i. I'm an insurance agent.
.........1. What?
.........2. You're a creep
...c. I'm busy
2) When do you want [Crazy Redd] Tsunekichi to visit?
...a. Monday
...b. Tuesday
...c. Wednesday
...d. Thursday
...e. Friday
3) You trust this face?
...a. Sure?
...b. Um ...
...c. Not really
...d. No way
...e. Leave me alone
4) Questionnaire Question 1
...a. Yes
...b. No
5) Questionnaire Question 2
...a. Yes
...b. No
6) Questionnaire Question 3
...a. Yes
...b. No
7) What do you say to Accident Insurance for 3,000 bells?
   What do you say to Damage Insurance for 6,000 bells?
...a. Yeah
...b. Disagree
......i. I'll knock down the price to 3,000/6,000 bells.
.........1. All right
.........2. No way!
............a. he repeats offer
8) A forged painting; you got one?
...a. I have one!
...b. Nope
He appears near your house every Saturday from 6am to 6pm.
Each player can purchase their own insurance policies.
Accident Insurance pays 100 bells for each trip/fall and each bee sting.
Damage Insurance pays 100 bells for each submitted counterfeit painting.


[Joan] Kaburiba
1) Do you need me to explain?
...a. Yes
...b. No
2) What kind of turnips are you interested in?
...a. White turnips
......i. How does that sound?
.........1. I'll buy some!
............a. How many do you want?
............b. Do you want them?
...............i. It's a deal
..................1. Maybe you should buy less (if too many)
.....................a. Good idea
.....................b. Never mind
...............ii. Changed my mind
.........2. Explain turnips!
............a. Do you want to hear more?
...............i. More! More!
..................1. More?
.....................a. Yup!
........................i. You in a rush?
...........................1. No, go ahead
...........................2. Let's wrap up
.....................b. Skip it
...............ii. That's plenty
.........3. Not interested
...b. Red turnips
......i. What do you want with red turnips?
.........1. I wanna buy!
.........2. Explain them!
.........3. Nothing
...c. Neither
She appears wandering around town every Sunday from 6am to Noon.
Each player can purchase White Turnips.
Her price for White Turnips is never less than 90 nor greater than 110.
Only one player can purchase one bag of Red Turnip seeds for 1,000 bells.
Water the planted Red Turnip daily to increase its value:
...0 days (dug up on the same day as planting) - 2 bells
...1 day (dug up on the day after planting) - 100 bells
...2 days - 500 bells
...3 days - 2,000 bells
...4 days - 4,000 bells
...5 days - 8,000 bells
...6 or more days - 16,000 bells
Dig up planted Red Turnips with a Shovel.
If you forget to water planted Red Turnips, they will die.
Red Turnips that have been dug up from the ground can not spoil.


[Crazy Redd] Tsunekichi
1) What's the password?
2) What I'm REALLY selling is trust
...a. Whatever
...b. I'm in!
......i. You can be a member for 3,000 bells
.........1. Done!
.........2. No, thanks
3) Do you want to trade your [Red Vase] Aka tsubo? (if you have one)
...a. Yeah
...b. Nah
His tent appears near Town Hall on random weekdays from 6am to Midnight.
Any player can visit his tent.
Here are possible passwords (Nook's prompt in brackets):
...[aitasaifuni] hiragana to ha ta ta nu
...[atamakakushite] hiragana ka ne wo da su
...[atsusasamusamo] hiragana ka ne shi da i
...[anagaattara] hiragana ka ne o to se
...[iuhayasushi] hiragana u ru ha tsu ne ki chi
...[ichinansatte] katakana bo ro hiragana mo u ke
...[ennoshitano] hiragana o ka ne mo chi
...[otokohadokyou] hiragana so shi te o ka ne
...[oninoinumani] hiragana ka i mo no
...[oyahanakutomo] hiragana ka ne ha a ru
...[kanenokiremega] hiragana yo no o wa ri
...[kanehatenkano] hiragana ma wa shi mo no
...[kawaiikoniha] hiragana ta i ma i ha ta ke
...[kitsunenoyomeiri] hiragana ta nu ki ha katakana mu ri
...[kireonabaraniha] hiragana ta ka i ne fu da
...[kusattemo] hiragana a bu ra a ge
...[kenzennakokoroha] hiragana ka ne de mo ka e ru
...[tonarinoshibafuha] katakana ze ni hiragana da ra ke
...[toranutanukino] hiragana ma nu ke ga o
...[nikuwokirasete] hiragana ka ne wo to ru
...[nusubitonimo] katakana sa i fu hiragana a ri
...[nuretedeawa] hiragana mo ro te de ka ne
...[nekonikoban] hiragana ki tsu ne ni katakana o sa tsu
...[hanayori] hiragana o katakana sa tsu
...[hitonofurimite] katakana su ki hiragana tsu ka me
...[hitowomitara] katakana sa i fu hiragana to o mo e
...[penhakenyorimo] hiragana ya su shi
...[hotokenokaomo] hiragana sa n wa ri bi ki
...[borohakitetemo] katakana sa i fu hiragana ha go u ka
...[motomeyo sareba] hiragana 2 wa ri bi ki
...[momokuri3nen] hiragana tsu ne ki chi 35 sa i
...[wakaitokinokurouha] katakana ku - ri n gu o fu
Here are possible Korean passwords (Crazy Redd's prompt in brackets):
...[namdeul-eul da] jigap-ila saenggakhaela
...[bogi joh-eun peok-i] gagyeokdo bissada
...[namjaneun yonggi] geuligo don
...[gineun nar-i] don beoneun nir-ida
...[pen-eun geomboda] ssada
...[sseug-eodo] cheonggukjang
...[gomchis gukbuteo] masyeora
...[doaeji mog-e jinju] -yeo-u mog-e hyeonchal
...[don-eulo maej-eun gwangye] don tteor-eojimyeon kkeut-ida
...[nae han mom bachyeo] don-eul tteud-eulila
...[bullosodeuk] ssangsu deur-eo hwan-yeong
...[jalm-eoseo gosaeng-eun] jug-eodo hagi silhda
...[jung-i je meori] donman jumyeon kkakkneunda
...[mar-eun swibgo] don beolgineun -eoryeobda
...[kkochboda] hyeonchal
...[-yeo-u sijibganeun nal] neoguri -uneun nal
... ???
... ???
... ???
... ???
... ???
... ???
... ???
... ???
... ???
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... ???
... ???
... ???
... ???
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... ???


[Katie or Lost Kitten] Maigo-chan
1) I wanna go to [village]!
...a. I'll take you!
...b. Good luck!
She appears in a random location in town on a random day.
[Kaitlin] Okaa-san, her mama, appears wandering around town on a random day.
The player with [Katie] Maigo-chan should bring the kitten to the town that has
   [Kaitlin] Okaa-san.
If you do not reunite them, they will stay in your town for seven days.


[Katrina] Hackemy
1) Do you want your fortune told for 100 bells?
...a. Tell me!
......i. Today's fortune or compatibility?
.........1. Fortune
.........2. Love reading
............a. With whom?
...............i. enter name
............b. Is that right?
...............i. That's right!
...............ii. No
.........3. Good-bye
...b. Who are you?
...c. Good-bye
2) Is there something I can help you with?
...a. Fortune!
......i. Today's fortune or compatibility?
.........1. Fortune
.........2. Love reading
.........3. Good-bye
...b. Purification
......i. Do you want to pay 10,000 bells?
.........1. Please
.........2. Good-bye
...c. Good-bye
Her tent appears near Town Hall on random weekdays from 6am to Midnight.
Any player can visit her tent.
Here are the effects of the 22 cards:
...Balloon - good luck for natural state; bad luck for inverted state
...Bird - good luck for natural state; bad luck for inverted state
...Book - good luck for natural state; neutral for inverted state
...Bread - good luck for natural state; bad luck for inverted state
...Bridge - bad luck for natural state; bad luck for inverted state
...Butterfly - bad luck for natural state; neutral for inverted state
...Forest - neutral for natural state; bad luck for inverted state
...Fruit - good luck for natural state; bad luck for inverted state
...Jewel - good luck for natural state; bad luck for inverted state
...Lake - good luck for natural state; bad luck for inverted state
...Light - good luck for natural state; bad luck for inverted state
...Midnight - bad luck for natural state; neutral for inverted state
...Morning Sun - good luck for natural state; bad luck for inverted state
...Mount - bad luck for natural state; bad luck for inverted state
...Music - good luck for natural state; bad luck for inverted state
...Pen - good luck for natural state; bad luck for inverted state
...Ship - bad luck for natural state; good luck for inverted state
...Shooting Star - good luck for natural state; neutral for inverted state
...Space - good luck for natural state; bad luck for inverted state
...Thunder - good luck for natural state; neutral for inverted state
...Waterfall - good luck for natural state; bad luck for inverted state
...Wind - good luck for natural state; bad luck for inverted state
Good luck means gifts from villagers. 
Bad luck means tripping/falling while running.


[Gracie] Grace
1) I know you're here to get your Fashionista Badge! (need empty letter slot)
...a. You know it!
......i. Quiz Question 1
.........1. Response 1
.........2. Response 2
.........3. Response 3
.........4. Response 4
......ii. Quiz Question 2
......iii. Quiz Question 3
......iv. Quiz Question 4
......v. Quiz Question 5
......vi. She gives you a Certificate with your rank (best to worst):
.........1. G obu guresu or ? [Fabulous] (nothing)
.........2. takane no guresu or High Price Grace [??] (nothing)
.........3. ekubo no guresu or Dimple Grace [??] (nothing)
.........4. sokosoko no guresu or About Grace [Wannabe?] (Subdued Print)
.........5. tottetsuketa guresu or ? [??] (Subdued Print)
.........6. kappe guresu or ? [Frumpy?] (Moldy Shirt)
.........7. imo guresu or ? [Redneck?] (Moldy Shirt)
.........8. dasa guresu or ? [Disastrous] (Moldy Shirt)
...b. Uhhh...what?
...c. Buh-bye now
2) Make an offer! (after speaking to her four more times)
...a. offer, at most, 8,000 bells to receive a Gracie original design
He appears near Town Hall on random weekdays from 6am for 24 hours.
Each player can get one ensemble per visit.


[Saharah] Rolland
1) Will you trade me your [Turban] Taban? (if you have one)
...a. Here!
...b. Wait a minute
2) Will you help me with my deliveries?
...a. Sure!
......i. Bring this to [name] (Tom Nook, Mabel, Blathers, Pelly, or Phyllis)
......ii. Bring this to [name]
......iii. Bring this to [name] (sometimes)
......iv. Do you want a [wallpaper name] or a [carpet name] as a reward?
.........1. Wallpaper
.........2. Carpet
...b. No, thanks.
He appears wandering around town on random weekdays from 6am to Midnight.
Each player can get one reward per visit.


[Wendell] Seiichi
1) I'm so hungry
...a. Here
......i. Do you want to erase one of your designs and get a new one?
.........1. Oh, yeah!
.........2. No, thanks
...b. Wait a minute
He appears wandering around town on random weekdays from 6am to Midnight.
Each player can get one reward per visit.
Here are the 32 designs and what you must offer for them:
...[Footsteps Design] Ashiato - Char
...[Overhead View A] Chijoue A or Ground Sculpture A - Catfish
...[Overhead View B] Chijoue B or Ground Sculpture B - Giant Snakehead
...[Overhead View C] Chijoue C or Ground Sculpture C - Pond Smelt
...[Overhead View D] Chijoue D or Ground Sculpture D - Gar
...[Puddle Pattern] Mizutamari - Crawfish, Frog, or Killifish
...[Point 1 Pattern] Chekku pointo 1 or Checkpoint 1 - Salmon
...[Point 2 Pattern] Chekku pointo 2 or Checkpoint 2 - King Salmon
...[North Pattern] Tate douro or North/South Road - other freshwater fish
...[West Pattern] Yoko douro or East/West Road - other freshwater fish
...[Road 1 Pattern] Douro 1 - other freshwater fish
...[Road 2 Pattern] Douro 2 - other freshwater fish
...[Road 3 Pattern] Douro 3 - other freshwater fish
...[Road 4 Pattern] Douro 4 - other freshwater fish
...[Four-Way Pattern] Juujiro or Crossroads - other freshwater fish
...[Crosswalk Design] Oudanhodou - other freshwater fish
...[Rock Pattern] Ishi or Stones - Barred Knifejaw
...[Fossil Pattern] Kaseki dami or Fossil Dummy - Coelacanth
...[Drain Pattern] Haisuikou - Shark, Hammerhead Shark, or Ocean Sunfish
...[Stop Sign Design] Tomare - other ocean fish
...[No Entry Design] Shinnyuu kinshi - other ocean fish
...[Right Pattern] Raitto tan or Right Turn - other ocean fish
...[Left Pattern] Refuto tan or Left Turn - other ocean fish
...[Caution Pattern] Keikokumaku - other ocean fish
...[No U-Turn Design] U tan kinshi - other ocean fish
...[Home Pattern] Iena kocchi or House Arrow - other ocean fish
...[Town Hall Design] Yakushoha kocchi or Town Hall Arrow - other ocean fish
...[Museum Design] Hakubutsukanha kocchi or Museum Arrow - other ocean fish
...[Dash Pattern] Dasshu bodo or Dash Box - Coconut
...[Block Pattern] Burokku - Orange, Cherry, Apple, Peach, or Pear
...[? Block Design] Hatena bokkusu - Acorn
...[Stairs Pattern] Kudarikaidan - White Turnips


[Pascal] Rakosuke 
1) Will you trade me your [Scallop] Hotategai? (if you have one)
...a. Huh?!
...b. What?
...c. Ya want one?
......i. Did you drop a golden axe or a silver axe?
.........1. gold axe (choose for Golden Axe)
.........2. silver axe
............a. he repeats the question
.........3. whichever (choose for Pascal's Pic)
2) Can I give you some wisdom?
...a. Please
...b. No thanks
He appears near the ocean on random weekdays from 6am to Midnight.
Each player can trade with him or get one Pirate Theme item per visit.


[Dr Shrunk] Shisho
1) Have you heard of me?
...a. Unknown!
...b. I know you!
2) Care to learn how to express yourself?
...a. No, thanks.
......i. You would be doing your friends a big service!
.........1. I said no!
............a. he repeats "You would be doing your friends a big service!"
.........2. Fine!
...b. OK, OK...
3) Everything is confidential, OK?
...a. Okeydokey!
...b. OK, I guess
4) click on Shisho when he performs Shyness to get visual emotion
5) How has emotional exploration been going? (starts here on subsequent visits)
...a. Perfectly!
...b. I'm in a slump.
......i. Select an emotion to work on (he offers four of the following)
.........1. [Anger] Okoru neta (red, 3 white puffs of smoke)
.........2. [Shock] Shokkuna neta (wide eyes, open mouth & yellow burst)
.........3. [Laughter] Warau neta (laughing & yellow marks)
.........4. [Surprise] Odoroku neta (4 white marks)
.........5. [Rage] Gekidosuru neta (foot stomp, red, 1 puff of smoke)
.........6. [Distress] Aseru neta (stepping in place & sweat drops)
.........7. [Fear] Furueru neta (shivering)
.........8. [Sorrow] Nakeru neta (crying)
.........9. [Blankness] Hyuna neta (wind & blowing leaf)
.........10. [Joy] Happina neta (flowers)
.........11. [Confusion] Hatena neta (question mark)
.........12. [Inspiration] Hirameku neta (light bulb)
.........13. [Happiness] Ukiuki neta (music notes & swaying)
.........14. [Thought] Nayamu neta (three dots)
.........15. [Sadness] Ochikomeru neta (black swirl)
.........16. [Disappointment] Shitsuren neta (breaking heart)
.........17. [Scheming] Warudakumi neta (sideways & downward look, star)
.........18. [Fatigue] Neboketa neta (yawn, bubbles)
.........19. [Love] Rabuna neta (heart)
.........20. [Contentment] Hohoemashii neta (smiling)
.........21. [Irritation] Fukigenna neta (knitted eyebrows)
.........22. [Discontent] Komaru neta (frown, look down)
.........23. [Shyness] Tereru neta (red cheeks)
.........24. [Disbelief] Hiku neta (step back, wide eyes & small yellow burst)
.........25. [Agreement] Unazukeru neta (eyes closed & nodding)
.........26. [Approval] Hakushudekiru neta (clapping)
.........27. [Acceptance] Yareyarena neta (shrug, hands up)
.........28. [Exasperation] Tameikina neta (sigh)
.........29. [Realization] Bikkurina neta (wide eyes & exclamation mark) 
......ii. click on Shisho when he performs to get visual emotion
He appears wandering around town on random weekdays from 6am to Midnight.
Each player can get one visual emotion per visit.


[Gulliver] Johnny
1) Will you help recover the [missing parts] O patsu or O parts?
...a. Glad to help!
......i. find the 5 [UFO part] Uchuusen no bihin
...b. Not a chance
He appears in the sky on a random weekday between 6am and the following 6am.
He appears when the time (hour:minute) ends in 2 or 7 (e.g., 8:52, 10:37, etc.)
Shoot his UFO down in order to speak to [Gulliver] Johnny.


[Blanca] Ayashiineko (or Suspicious Cat)
1) What are you laughing at?
...a. What a masterpiece!
...b. Who's laughing?
2) Would you draw me a new face?
...a. Oh, it's fine
...b. Sure
......i. What is the design's name?


[Pete] Pelio appears in the sky on two random weekdays at 9am or at 5pm.
He usually does not appear when it is raining.
Shoot him down with your Slingshot in order to speak with him.


[Resetti] Mr. Reset
He appears outside your door after you turn off the power instead of saving.
He may ask you to type any of the following "apologies:"
...1. katakana a i mu so - ri -
...2. katakana ka n be n hiragana shi te ku da sa i
...3. hiragana ko u ka i shi te i ma su
...4. katakana ko ko ro hiragana wo i re ka e ma su
...5. hiragana ko re de sa i go ni shi ma su
...6. katakana shi bu i hiragana ne katakana ri se tsu(small) to hiragana sa n
...7. hiragana ji(shi) mi chi ni ga n ba ri ma su
...8. hiragana su mi ma se n de shi ta
...9. hiragana cha n to katakana se - bu hiragana shi ma su
...10. katakana ba ka hiragana na ko to o shi ma shi ta
...11. hiragana ha n se i shi te i ma su
...12. katakana ho n to hiragana ni katakana go me n hiragana na sa i
...13. hiragana mo u shi wa ke a ri ma se n
...14. hiragana mo u ni do to shi ma se n
...15. katakana ri se tsu(small) to hiragana sa n katakana go me n hiragana ne
...16. hiragana wa ru i no ha katakana wa ta shi hiragana de su
Here are the ACWW "apologies:"
...1. Forgive me.
...2. Hail Resetti!
...3. I love to save.
...4. I need help!
...5. I'm a cheater.
...6. I'm dirt. DIRT! (one space after period)
...7. I'm a loser.
...8. I'm so dumb!
...9. I'm so sorry.
...10. It's my fault.
...11. My apologies.
...12. Never again!
...13. No cheating!
...14. Resetti rules!
...15. Save! SAVE! (one space after first exclamation mark)
...16. So sorry!
Here are the Korean "apologies:"
...1. ???
...2. ???
...3. ???
...4. ???
...5. ???
...6. ???
...7. ???
...8. ???
...9. ???
...10. ???
...11. ???
...12. ???
...13. ???
...14. ???
...15. ???
...16. ???


[Tom Nook] Tanukichi
1) Will you trade me your [Safe] Kinko? (if you have one)
...a. Yeah
...b. Nah
He appears in his store every day from 8am to 11pm.
Each player can trade with him multiple times.

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19) VISITORS AT THE CAFE
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You might find the following folks enjoying coffee at The Roost, the cafe in 
the basement of the Museum:

[Pelly] Pelico - 6am to 6:55am, all week
[Kapp'n] Untenshu - Noon to 1:30pm, 2:30pm to 4pm, all week
[Rover] Mishiranuneko (Unknown Cat) - Noon to 1:30pm, 2:30pm to 4pm, all week
[Phyllis] Pelimi - 9pm to 9:55pm, Sunday through Friday
[Harriet] Kattorinu - 11pm to Midnight, Monday through Friday
[Lyle] Honma-san - Noon to 1:30pm, Sundays
[Resetti] Mr. Reset - 2:30pm to 4pm, Sundays

[Harriet] Kattorinu will appear only if your store is Nookington's.

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20) RED TURNIP TRADE
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If you give a Red Turnip to [Wendell] Seiichi, he will give you a Country 
Guitar or a Turban.

Give the Country Guitar to [K.K. Slider] Totakeke to get K.K. Slider's Pic.

If you give the Turban to [Saharah] Rolland, he will give you a Red Vase or a 
Massage Chair.

Give the Red Vase to [Crazy Redd] Tsunekichi to get the Safe.
Give the Safe to [Tom Nook] Tanukichi to get Tom Nook's Pic.

Give the Massage Chair to [Tortimer] Kotobuki to get the Scallop.
Give the Scallop to [Pascal] Rakosuke to get Pascal's Pic or the Golden Axe.

The Country Guitar, Red Vase, Massage Chair, and Safe can be ordered from your 
catalog.

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21) THE STALK MARKET
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The "stalk market," or buying and selling White Turnips, is the best way to 
earn huge amounts of money.

Purchase White Turnips from [Joan] Kaburiba on Sunday mornings, then sell them 
to [Tom Nook] Tanukichi during the week at a higher price to make a profit.

White Turnips spoil at 6am Sunday morning, so make sure you sell them by 
Saturday night.  Alternately, you can exploit a "glitch:"  White Turnips placed 
on top of tables (or other items like the Cardboard Box or Fireplace) will not 
spoil.  White Turnips in the Lost & Found also will not spoil.

In the Korean version, White Tunips placed on top of tables and White Turnips 
in the Lost & Found will spoil on Sunday morning.

[Tom Nook] Tanukichi has two turnip prices each day, Monday through Saturday.  
The price changes at Noon.  Using data from the author's towns, here is a 
distribution of when the highest price of the week occurred:

Monday am:    69 weeks (18.8%)
Monday pm:     0 weeks ( 0.0%)
Tuesday am:    0 weeks ( 0.0%)
Tuesday pm:    1 weeks ( 0.3%)
Wednesday am: 10 weeks ( 4.1%)
Wednesday pm: 45 weeks (12.3%)
Thursday am:  60 weeks (16.3%)
Thursday pm:  49 weeks (13.4%)
Friday am:    39 weeks (10.6%)
Friday pm:    47 weeks (12.8%)
Saturday am:  34 weeks ( 9.3%)
Saturday pm:  18 weeks ( 4.9%)
             367 weeks

So, the maximum weekly price occurs on Thursdays most often.

[Joan's] Kaburiba's price is never less than 90 nor greater than 110 bells per 
turnip.  So, it really doesn't matter how much you pay for White Turnips.  [Tom 
Nook's] Tanukichi's prices, however, can vary greatly.  The lowest price and 
highest price experienced by the author are 37 and 634 bells per turnip.  
Higher prices have been reported by other players, though prices greater than 
700 are impossible.

Based on the author's data, [Tom Nook's] Tanukichi's prices exhibit four 
general patterns:

   1) the "constantly-decreasing" pattern,
   2) the "large-spike" pattern,
   3) the "small-spike" pattern, and
   4) the "random-price" pattern.

The constantly-decreasing turnip price pattern starts Monday morning with a 
price between 71 and 87, inclusive.  Each successive price is a few bells less.
Here are some examples:

M     T     W     Th    F     Sa
87 84 81 79 76 74 71 67 65 63 59 56
83 80 78 76 73 70 67 65 63 59 57 54
79 77 75 72 70 67 65 63 60 57 55 52
75 74 71 69 66 64 61 59 56 55 52 49
72 69 67 65 63 61 58 56 54 51 50 46

The large-spike turnip price pattern is a constantly-decreasing pattern that is 
interrupted with five prices:  a two-price run-up to a spike followed by a two-
price run-down.  A constantly-decreasing pattern resumes after the interruption.
In the author's experience, large-spike prices range between 192 and 634.  They 
have appeared only on Thursdays or Fridays.  Here are some examples:

M     T      W       Th      F       Sa
87 85 82 79  76  93 207 497 168 107  87 84
84 81 79 76  74 147 180 628 190  92  84 81
82 80 77 75 118 195 460 172 100  82  79 76
80 77 75 72  70  90 146 213 168  92  80 78
72 70 67 65  63  61  58  95 174 298 156 96
71 69 66 64  62  91 152 251 142  83  71 69

The small-spike turnip price pattern also involves an interrupted constantly-
decreasing pattern.  The maximum price is the fourth price after the 
interruption (as oppposed to the third price with the large-spike pattern).  In 
the author's experience, small-spike prices range between 155 and 218.  Here 
are some examples:

M      T       W       Th      F       Sa
87 84  81  91 149 156 218 170  87  84  81  79
87 84  81  79  76  74  71 146 103 155 192 184
85 82 135 138 152 213 166  85  82  79  77  74
71 69  66  64  62 119  75 130 162 151  71  69
71 69  66  64  62 109 107 145 155 150  71  69

The random-price "pattern" really has no pattern; the prices jump up and down.  
Most often, the Monday morning price is greater than 87.  In the author's 
experience, the maximum prices from this "pattern" range between 100 and 153.  
Here are some examples:

 M     T      W       Th    F       Sa
147 78 77 76  91 116 113 63 74 134 134  92
109 60 69 69  90  77  80 53 49 107 100  98
 97 79 49 77 123 153 136 48 84 118 151 108
 74 59 42 68 122 117  86 37 59 116  79  72

If you are experiencing the constantly-decreasing price pattern and an 
interruption has not ocurred by Thursday PM, then sell your White Turnips at 
the Thursday PM price.  In the author's experience, large-spike and small-spike 
interruptions have not begun with Friday AM's price.

Using data from the author's towns, here is the frequency of the four patterns:

   1) the "constantly-decreasing" pattern:  54 weeks (14.7%)
   2) the "large-spike" pattern:           100 weeks (27.3%)
   3) the "small-spike" pattern:            90 weeks (24.5%)
   4) the "random-price" pattern:          123 weeks (33.5%)
                                           367 weeks

So, a profit can be made on the sale of White Turnips about 85% (or about 6/7) 
of the time.

Using data from the author's towns, here is a cumulative distribution of the 
weekly highest price:

650 or more:   0 weeks (  0.0%) 
600 or more:   2 weeks (  0.5%) 
550 or more:  12 weeks (  3.3%) 
500 or more:  22 weeks (  6.0%) 
450 or more:  32 weeks (  8.7%) 
400 or more:  47 weeks ( 12.8%) 
350 or more:  61 weeks ( 16.6%) 
300 or more:  70 weeks ( 19.1%) 
250 or more:  84 weeks ( 22.9%) 
200 or more: 108 weeks ( 29.4%) 
150 or more: 192 weeks ( 52.3%) 
100 or more: 312 weeks ( 85.0%) 
70 or more:  367 weeks (100.0%) 
less than 70:  0 weeks (  0.0%) 

So, the maximum weekly price is 200 or more almost a third of the time. 

Also, according to this experience, a price of 500 or more will happen about 
once every 17 weeks (about three times a year).

Unfortunately, there is nothing you can do to influence higher turnip prices.

Also, here are the author's highest prices and their immediately preceding 
three prices: 

76 116 202 634          76  93 207 497          69 110 184 407
74 147 180 628          60  96 186 476          64 122 140 407
69 109 195 594          69  98 188 473          66 112 169 404
72 116 178 594          75 128 188 470          68 119 138 397
72 130 156 581          63  77 153 469          60 106 170 395
70  90 180 574          72 125 172 465          71 122 189 394
70 133 167 569          70 112 177 461          77 131 175 394
68  82 156 568          73 118 195 460          69 138 172 394
69 110 162 566          65  89 145 460          66 119 155 393
64  87 194 562          68 133 163 459          69 101 188 392
60  82 187 562          71  96 144 448          72  96 156 392
76 122 197 559          64 127 171 445          63 124 151 383
66 136 171 550          64 ??? 179 444          58  90 130 370
70 115 202 549          68 111 187 441          75 137 204 365
72 133 189 535          64  82 175 429          66 117 140 355
71  93 200 534          66 136 164 428          73 110 204 353
64 118 144 534          71  89 181 426          76 121 170 352
63  76 168 521          63 100 171 421          75 113 190 349
64 109 147 516          67 123 193 420          75  91 177 339
67 128 199 515          73  82 182 420          72  83 153 335
65  83 156 507          73 148 211 412
64  79 156 506          65 116 146 412

Notice how the "spikes" are all preceded by a relatively low price, then a two-
price "run up," (often a price < 150 followed by a price > 150).  This is a 
"signal" to look for when checking prices twice a day.

Changing the in-game clock (Telephone) will trigger the constantly-decreasing 
turnip price pattern at [Tom Nook's] Tanukichi's (and will prevent "spikes" 
from appearing).  Using the in-game clock to go backwards in time will cause 
White Turnips to spoil.  Lastly, using the in-game clock may cause [Joan] 
Kaburiba to not have Red Turnip seeds available for sale.  Always use the DS 
clock when changing time.

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22) FISH
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56 fish are needed to obtain the Golden Rod.

In inventory order, here are their names, their selling price (European price, 
if different, in brackets), their average size, their shadow size, where to 
catch them, and when to catch them:

[Bitterling] Tanago - 900 [700] - 10 cm - tiny - in river - November through 
February, all day (best time is 4am to 9pm, December through February)

[Pale Chub] Oikawa - 200 - 15 cm - tiny - in river - all year, 9am to 4pm (best 
time is March through June and August through November)

[Crucian Carp] Funa - 120 - 30 cm - small - in river - all year, all day (best 
time is 9am to 4pm and 9pm to 4am, March through June and September through 
November)

[Dace] Ugui - 200 - 35 cm - small - in river - all year, 4pm to 9am (best time 
is 9pm to 4am, November through March)

[Barbel Steed] Nigoi - 200 - 50 cm - medium - in river - all year, all day 
(best time is 9pm to 4am, October through March)

[Carp] Koi - 300 - 75 cm - medium large - in river - all year, all day (best 
time is 4pm to 9am, October and November)

[Koi] Nishikigoi - 2,000 - 75 cm - medium large - in river - all year, 4pm to 
9am

[Goldfish] Kingyo - 1,300 - 15 cm - tiny - in river - all year, all day

[Popeyed Goldfish] Demekin - 1,300 - 15 cm - tiny - in river - all year, 9am to 
4pm

[Killifish] Medaka - 300 - 4 cm - tiny - in holding pond - April through August,
all day

[Crawfish] Zarigani - 200 [250] - 12 cm - tiny - in holding pond - April 
through mid-September, all day (best time is 9am to 4pm, April and May)

[Frog] Kaeru - 120 [250] - 12 cm - tiny - in holding pond - May through August, 
all day

[Freshwater Goby] Donko - 300 - 15 cm - tiny - in river - all year, 4pm to 9am

[Loach] Dojou - 300 - 20 cm - tiny - in river - March through May, all day 
(best time is 9am to 4pm, March and April)

[Catfish] Namazu - 800 - 60 cm - medium - in large pond - May through October, 
4pm to 9am (best time is 9pm to 4am, June through September)

[Eel] Unagi - 2,000 - 100 cm - thin - in river - June through mid-September, 
4pm to 9am (best time is 9pm to 4am, June through August)

[Giant Snakehead] Raigyo - 5,500 - 80 cm - large - in large pond - June through 
August, 9am to 4pm (best time is July and August)

[Bluegill] Burugiru or Bluegill - 120 - 25 cm - small - in river - all year, 
9am to 4pm (best time is March through November)

[Yellow Perch] Ieropachi or Yellow Perch - 240 - 35 cm - small - in river - 
October through March, all day (best time is November through February)

[Black Bass] Burakkubasu or Black Bass - 300 - 50 cm - medium - in river - all 
year, all day (best time is 4am to 9am and 4pm to 9pm, May through November)

[Pond Smelt] Wakasagi - 300 - 15 cm - tiny - in large pond - December through 
February, all day (best time is 4am to 9pm)

[Sweetfish] Ayu - 900 - 25 cm - small - in river - July through mid-September, 
all day (best time is 4am to 9pm, July and August)

[Cherry Salmon] Yamame - 1,000 [1,300] - 35 cm - small - in river - March 
through June, 4am to 9am and 4pm to 9pm (best time is March and April) - 
September through November, 4am to 9pm

[Char] Ooiwana - 3,800 - 50 cm - medium - under waterfall - March through June, 
4am to 9am and 4pm to 9pm - September through November, 4am to 9pm

[Rainbow Trout] Nijimasu - 800 [650] - 70 cm - medium large - in river - March 
through June, 4am to 9am and 4pm to 9pm (best time is March through May) - 
September through November, 4am to 9pm

[Stringfish] Itou - 15,000 - 150 cm - huge - in river - December through 
February, 4pm to 9am

[Salmon] Sake - 700 [650] - 90 cm - large - in river - September, all day

[King Salmon] Kingusamon or King Salmon - 1,800 - 160 cm - huge - in river - 
September, all day (best time is the first half of September)

[Guppy] Guppi or Guppy - 1,300 - 4 cm - tiny - in river - April through 
November, 9am to 4pm

[Angelfish] Enzerufisshu or Angelfish - 3,000 - 12 cm - tiny - in river - May 
through October, 4pm to 9am

[Piranha] Pirania or Piranha - 2,500 [3,200] - 30 cm - small - in river - June 
through mid-September, 9am to 4pm and 9pm to 4am

[Arowana] Arowana - 10,000 - 70 cm - medium large - in river - June through 
mid-September, 4pm to 9am

[Dorado] Dorado - 15,000 - 100 cm - very large - in river - June through 
September, 4am to 9pm

[Gar] Ga - 6,000 - 190 cm - huge - in large pond - June through September, 4pm 
to 9am

[Arapaima] Piraruku - 10,000 - 300 cm - huge - in river - July through 
September, 4pm to 9am

[Sea Butterfly] Kurione - 1,000 - 3 cm - tiny - in ocean - December through 
February, all day

[Jellyfish] Kurage - 100 - 25 cm - small - in ocean - the second half of August,
all day

[Seahorse] Tatsunootoshigo - 1,100 [1,500] - 8 cm - tiny - in ocean - April 
through November, all day (best time is 4am to 9pm, May through October)

[Clownfish] Kumanomi - 650 - 15 cm - tiny - in ocean - April through September, 
all day (best time is May through mid-August)

[Zebra Turkeyfish] Minokasago - 400 - 30 cm - small - in ocean - April through 
November, all day (best time is May through October)

[Puffer Fish] Harisenbon - 240 [200] - 35 cm - small - in ocean - July through 
September, all day (best time is August and September)

[Horse Mackerel] Aji - 150 [120] - 40 cm - small - in ocean - all year, all day

[Barred Knifejaw] Ishidai - 5,000 - 60 cm - medium - in ocean - March through 
November, all day

[Sea Bass] Suzuki - 160 [140] - 100 cm - very large - in ocean - all year, all 
day

[Red Snapper] Tai - 3,000 - 90 cm - large - in ocean - all year, all day (best 
time is March through October)

[Dab] Karei - 300 [200] - 50 cm - medium - in ocean - October through April, 
all day

[Olive Flounder] Hirame - 800 - 80 cm - large - in ocean - all year, all day 
(best time is November through March)

[Squid] Ika - 400 - 35 cm - small - in ocean - December through mid-August, all 
day

[Octopus] Tako - 500 [450] - 60 cm - medium - in ocean - March through July and 
mid-September through January, all day

[Football Fish] Chouchinankou - 2,500 [3,500] - 60 cm - medium - in ocean - 
November through March, 4pm to 9am (best time is December through February)

[Tuna] Maguro - 7,000 - 230 cm - huge - in ocean - November through March, all 
day

[Blue Marlin] Kajikimaguro - 10,000 - 220 cm - huge - in ocean - July through 
September, all day

[Ocean Sunfish] Manbou - 4,000 - 300 cm - huge with fin - in ocean - June 
through September, 4am to 9pm

[Hammerhead Shark] Shumokuzame - 8,000 [12,000] - 250 cm - huge with fin - in 
ocean - June through September, 4pm to 9am

[Shark] Same - 15,000 - 540 cm - huge with fin - in ocean - June through 
September, 4pm to 9am

[Coelacanth] Shirakansu or Coelacanth - 15,000 - 150 cm - huge - in ocean 
during rain or snow - all year, 4pm to 9am



Here are groupings of fish, from large to small, by shadow size:

huge with fin - Shark, Ocean Sunfish, Hammerhead Shark
huge - Arapaima, Tuna, Blue Marlin, Gar, King Salmon, Stringfish, Coelacanth
thin - Eel
very large - Sea Bass, Dorado
large - Red Snapper, Salmon, Olive Flounder, Giant Snakehead
medium large - Carp, Koi, Rainbow Trout, Arowana
medium  - Catfish, Barred Knifejaw, Octopus, Football Fish, Barbel Steed,
          Black Bass, Char, Dab
small - Horse Mackerel, Dace, Yellow Perch, Cherry Salmon, Puffer Fish, Squid,
        Crucian Carp, Piranha, Zebra Turkeyfish, Bluegill, Sweetfish, Jellyfish
tiny - Loach, Pale Chub, Goldfish, Popeyed Goldfish, Freshwater Goby,
       Pond Smelt, Clownfish, Crawfish, Frog, Angelfish, Bitterling, Seahorse,
       Killifish, Guppy, Sea Butterfly

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23) INSECTS
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56 insects are needed to obtain the Golden Net.

In inventory order, here are their names, their selling price (European price, 
if different, in brackets), their average size, where to catch them, and when 
to catch them:

[Common Butterfly]* Montsurochou - 90 [80] - 50 mm - near flowers - March 
through June, 4am to 7pm (best time is 8am to 5pm) - July through August, 8am 
to 5pm - September, 8am to 4pm

[Yellow Butterfly]* Monkichou - 90 [80] - 50 mm - near flowers - March through 
June, 4am to 7pm (best time is 8am to 5pm) - July through August, 8am to 5pm - 
September, 8am to 4pm

[Tiger Butterfly]* Agehachou - 160 [120] - 90 mm - near red and pink flowers - 
March through June, 4am to 7pm (best time is 8am to 5pm) - July through August, 
8am to 5pm - September, 8am to 4pm

[Peacock Butterfly]* Karasuageha - 220 [200] - 105 mm - near blue, purple and 
black flowers - March through June, 4am to 7pm (best time is 8am to 5pm, May 
through June) - July through August, 8am to 5pm - September, 8am to 4pm

[Monarch Butterfly]* Ookabamadara - 140 [120] - 85 mm - near flowers - 
September through October, 4am to 5pm - November, 8am to 5pm (best time is 8am 
to 5pm, October through November)

[Emperor Butterfly]* Morufochou - 2,500 - 115 mm - near flowers - June through 
September, 8am to 5pm

[Agrias Butterfly]* Miirotateha - 3,000 - 42 mm - near flowers - June through 
September, 8am to 5pm

[Birdwing Butterfly]* Arekusandoraageha - 3,000 - 260 mm - near flowers - June 
through September, 8am to 5pm

[Moth]* Ga - 60 - 60 mm - near outdoor lights - May through September, 7pm to 
4am (best time is 11pm to 4am, June through August)

[Oak Silk Moth] Yamamayuga - 1,200 [800] - 280 mm - on trees - June through 
September, 7pm to 4am

[Honeybee]* ** Mitsubachi - 100 - 13 mm - near flowers - March through August, 
8am to 5pm (best time is March through June)

[Bee]** Suzumebachi - 4,500 - 38 mm - in trees - all year, all day

[Long Locust]* Shouryoubatta - 200 - 73 mm - on ground - August through 
November, 8am to 7pm (best time is September through November)

[Migratory Locust] Tonosamabatta - 600 [800] - 58 mm - on ground - September 
through November, 8am to 7pm (best time is 8am to 4pm)

[Mantis]* Kamakiri - 430 - 82 mm - on flowers - August through November, 8am to 
5pm (best time is 8am to 4pm, September through November)

[Orchid Mantis]* Hanakamakiri - 2,400 - 35 mm - on flowers (more common on 
white flowers) - August through November, 8am to 5pm (best time is 8am to 4pm, 
September through November)

[Brown Cicada] Aburazemi - 200 - 58 mm - on trees - July through August, 8am to 
5pm (best time is 8am to 4pm)

[Robust Cicada] Minminsemi - 300 - 60 mm - on trees - July through August, 8am 
to 5pm (best time is 8am to 4pm)

[Walker Cicada] Tsukutsukuboushi - 400 - 44 mm - on trees - July through 
September, 8am to 5pm (best time is August)

[Evening Cicada] Higurashi - 550 - 45 mm - on trees - July through August, 4am 
to 8am and 4pm to 7pm

[Lantern Fly] Biwahagoromo - 1,800 [2,000] - 70 mm - on trees - June through 
September, 4pm to 7pm and 11pm to 8am

[Red Dragonfly]* Akiakane - 80 - 38 mm - in air - September through October, 
8am to 7pm (best time is 4pm to 5pm)

[Darner Dragonfly]* Ginyanma - 200 - 76 mm - in air - June through August, 8am 
to 5pm (best time is 4pm to 5pm)

[Banded Dragonfly]* Oniyanma - 4,500 - 90 mm - in air - July through August, 
8am to 5pm

[Ant]** Ari - 80 - 5 mm - on rotten turnips - all year, all day

[Pondskater]** Amenbo - 130 - 14 mm - on large and holding ponds - June through 
September, 8am to 7pm

[Snail] Katatsumuri - 250 - 45 mm - on flowers, usually during rain - April 
through September, all day (best times are 4pm to 8am, May; 4am to 7pm, June; 
and 7pm to 11pm, July through August)

[Cricket] Koorogi - 130 - 28 mm - on ground - September through November, 5pm 
to 8am

[Bell Cricket] Suzumushi - 430 - 18 mm - on ground - September through October, 
5pm to 8am

[Grasshopper]* Kirigirisu - 160 [130] - 43 mm - on ground - July, 4pm to 5pm - 
August through September, 8am to 5pm (best time is September)

[Mole Cricket] Okera - 280 [200] - 35 mm - underground - November through May, 
all day (best time is December through February)

[Walkingstick] Nanafushi - 600 - 85 mm - on trees - July through November, 4am 
to 7pm

[Ladybug]* Tentoumushi - 200 - 8 mm - on flowers - March through June and 
October, 8am to 5pm (best time is March through May)

[Fruit Beetle] Koganemushi - 100 - 23 mm - on trees - July through August, all 
day (best time is 7pm to 4am) - September, 7pm to 8am

[Scarab Beetle] Purachinakogane - 6,000 - 25 mm - on trees - July through 
August, 11pm to 8am

[Dung Beetle]** Funkorogashi - 800 - 35 mm - near snowballs - December through 
February, 5pm to 8am

[Goliath Beetle] Goraiasu hanamuguri - 6,000 - 90 mm - on coconut palms - June 
through August, 7pm to 8am

[Firefly]* Hotaru - 300 [250] - 15 mm - near freshwater - June, 7pm to 4am

[Jewel Beetle] Tamamushi - 2,400 - 35 mm - on trees - July through August, 8am 
to 5pm

[Longhorn Beetle] Kamikirimushi - 260 [200] - 30 mm - on trees - June, 8am to 
7pm - July through August, 8am to 5pm

[Saw Stag Beetle] Nokogirikuwagata - 2,000 - 65 mm - on trees - July through 
August, all day (best time is 11pm to 8am)

[Stag Beetle] Hiratakuwagata - 2,000 - 60 mm - on trees - June through August, 
7pm to 8am (best time is 11pm to 8am, July through August)

[Giant Beetle] Ookuwagata - 10,000 - 68 mm - on trees - July through August, 
11pm to 8am

[Rainbow Stag] Nijiirokuwagata - 10,000 - 59 mm - on trees - June through 
September, 7pm to 8am

[Dynastid Beetle] Kabutomushi - 1,350 - 80 mm - on trees - July through August, 
7pm to 8am (best time is 11pm to 8am)

[Atlas Beetle] Kokasasuookabuto - 8,000 - 120 mm - on coconut palms - July 
through August, 7pm to 8am

[Elephant Beetle] Zoukabuto - 8,000 - 115 mm - on coconut palms - July through 
August, 7pm to 8am

[Hercules Beetle] Herakuresuookabuto - 12,000 [11,250] - 160 mm - on coconut 
palms - July through August, 11pm to 8am

[Flea]** Nomi - 70 - 2 mm - on villager - March through November, all day

[Pillbug] Dangomushi - 250 - 10 mm - under rocks - all year, all day (best time 
is November through March)

[Mosquito]* ** Ka - 130 - 6 mm - in air - June through September, 5pm to 4am 
(best time is 5pm to 7pm)

[Fly]** Hae - 60 - 9 mm - near garbage, rafflesia or rotten turnips - all year, 
all day

[Cockroach] Gokiburi - 5 - 28 mm - on trees or rotten turnips - all year, all 
day

[Spider]* ** Kumo - 300 - 25 mm - in trees - March through November, all day 
(best times are 4pm to 8am, April through May; 4am to 8am and 5pm to 7pm, June; 
7pm to 8am, July; 5pm to 8am, August; 4am to 8am and 7pm to 11pm, September; 
and 5pm to 8am, October)

[Tarantula]* ** Taranchura - 8,000 - 65 mm - on ground - June through August, 
7pm to 4am

[Scorpion]* ** Sasori - 8,000 - 160 mm - on ground - July through September, 
7pm to 4am

* These insects do not appear during rain.
** These insects do not appear when your Gate is open.

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24) NEW FURNITURE
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There are four "new" furniture items.  Here are their names, their size 
(small=one space, medium=two spaces, large=four spaces), their purchase 
price/selling price, where they are obtained, and any additional info:

Shouten no mokei or Nook's Cranny, small, none/450, Tanukichi Point System, 
green, redesigned for ACWW

Konbini no mokei or Nook 'n Go, small, none/450, Tanukichi Point System, 
redesigned for ACWW

Supa no mokei or Nookway, small, none/450, Tanukichi Point System, redesigned 
for ACWW

Depato no mokei or Nookington's, medium, none/450, Tanukichi Point System, 
redesigned for ACWW

562 pieces of furniture are needed to complete the catalog.

Items not available for purchase from the catalog:
...Snowman Bed (from Snowman)
...Snowman Dresser (from Snowman)
...Snowman Wardrobe (from Snowman)
...Snowman Chair (from Snowman)
...Snowman Sofa (from Snowman)
...Snowman Table (from Snowman)
...Snowman Fridge (from Snowman)
...Snowman TV (from Snowman)
...Snowman Clock (from Snowman)
...Snowman Lamp (from Snowman)
...Mushroom Bed (from Cornimer)
...Mushroom Dresser (from Cornimer)
...Mushroom Closet (from Cornimer)
...Mushroom Chair (from Cornimer)
...Mushroom Stool (from Cornimer)
...Mushroom Table (from Cornimer)
...Mushroom End Table (from Cornimer)
...Mushroom Lamp (from Cornimer)
...Mushroom Stand (from Cornimer)
...Mushroom TV (from Cornimer)
...Metroid (from Gulliver)
...Moai Statue (from Gulliver)
...Tribal Mask (from Gulliver)
...Arc de Triomphe (from Gulliver)
...Merlion (from Gulliver)
...Pagoda (from Gulliver)
...Plate Armor (from Gulliver)
...Mermaid Statue (from Gulliver)
...Mouth of Truth (from Gulliver)
...Manekin Pis (from Gulliver)
...Tower of Pisa (from Gulliver)
...Compass (from Gulliver)
...Matryoshka (from Gulliver)
...Snowman (from Snowman)
...Piggy Bank (from Savings Account)
...Chocolates (from Gulliver)
...Box of Tissues (from Savings Account)
...Birthday Cake (on birthday)
...Throne (Spotlight item)
...Music Box (from Katie or Kaitlin)
...Portrait (from Katie or Kaitlin)
...One-Story Model (from HRA)
...Two-Story Model (from HRA)
...Mansion Model (from HRA)
...Nook's Cranny (from Nook Points)
...Nook 'n Go (from Nook Points)
...Nookway (from Nook Points)
...Nookington's (from Nook Points)
...Museum Model (from Blathers)
...Town Hall Model (from Savings Account)
...Fish Trophy (from Tortimer)
...Bug Trophy (from Tortimer)
...Flower Trophy (from Tortimer)

Animal pics, the Mario Theme, the Blue Falcon, and the Pikmin do not appear in 
the catalog.

These four items, comprising the Nintendo Set, were omitted from the published 
Nintendo ACWW guide:

Arwing, a Spotlight item
Master Sword, a Spotlight item
Metroid, available from Gulliver
Triforce, available from Crazy Redd

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25) FURNITURE COLOR
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Each furniture item is designated with two colors (the two may be the same 
color).  The colors are used in different ways.  They are yellow, green, red, 
blue, pink, orange, colorful, gray, black, white, and brown.

Three of the colors are related to Feng Shui:  yellow, green, and red (see 
below).

Sometimes a villager may request that you bring them furniture of a certain 
color.

You can receive a HRA Color bonus for having a minimum number of items of the 
same color in a room (see below).

Here are the furniture items associated with each color ("2" if doubled color):

Kiiroppoi or Yellow
--------------------
Exotic Lamp       Sword               Treasure Chest        Common Painting
Classic Sofa(2)   Bow                 Sunflower             Flowery Painting
Regal Lamp        Triforce(2)         Gold Stereo           Rare Painting
Blue Bed          Tea Vase(2)         Hi-Fi Stereo          Coin(2)
Blue Table        Lucky Cat           Phonograph            1-Up Mushroom
Snowman TV        Lefty Lucky Cat     Odd Clock(2)          ? Block(2)
Lunar Lander      Lucky Gold Cat(2)   Glow Clock            Starman(2)
Flying Saucer     Lemon Table         Alarm Clock(2)        Super Mushroom
Steam Roller      Melon Chair         Gold Econo-Chair(2)   Mini Sproid(2)
Striped Cone      Apple Clock         Screen(2)             Sproid(2)
Cement Mixer(2)   Daffodil Chair      Pineapple Bed(2)      Mega Sproid(2)
Oil Drum(2)       Daffodil Table      Clothes Closet(2)     Tall Sproid(2)
Judge's Bell      Pyramid             Throne                Squelchoid
Picnic Table(2)   Sphinx              Candle                Yellow Tulips(2)
Sprinkler(2)      Mummy's Casket      Music Box             Yellow Pansies(2)
Elephant Slide    Mountain Bike       Portrait              Orange Pansies
Cash Register     Kayak(2)            Fish Trophy(2)        Sun Cosmos(2)
Jukebox           Jasmine Bonsai      Bug Trophy(2)         Yellow Roses(2)
Mama Bear(2)      Tea Set             Flower Trophy(2)      Gold Roses(2)
Samurai Suit      Diver Dan           Basic Yellow Bed      Dandelions(2)

Midorippoi or Green
--------------------
Ranch Couch         Lime Chair(2)      Dracaena             Green Pipe(2)
Ranch Armchair      Pear Wardrobe      Lady Palm            Koopa Shell(2)
Ranch Tea Table     Pear Dresser       Aloe                 1-Up Mushroom
Green Bed           Watermelon Chair   Rubber Tree          Mini Clankoid(2)
Green Dresser       Melon Chair        Snake Plant          Clankoid(2)
Green Wardrobe(2)   Watermelon Table   Fan Palm             Mega Clankoid(2)
Green Chair(2)      Lily-Pad Table(2)  Corn Plant           Tall Clankoid(2)
Green Bench(2)      Froggy Chair(2)    Bromeliaceae         Mini Puffoid(2)
Green Table(2)      Tulip Chair        Weeping Fig          Mega Puffoid(2)
Green Desk(2)       Tulip Table        Tea Set              Tall Puffoid(2)
Green Lamp          Iris Chair         Retro Fridge(2)      Mini Plinkoid
Green Counter(2)    Iris Table         Clothesline Pole     Dekkoid(2)
Green Pantry(2)     Daffodil Chair     Treasure Chest       Mini Buzzoid
Robo-Lamp           Daffodil Table     Sunflower            Buzzoid
Desert Cactus(2)    Rock Guitar        Washer/Dryer(2)      Mega Buzzoid
Green Drum(2)       Tennis Table(2)    Glow Clock           Tall Buzzoid
Bird Bath(2)        Billiard Table     Jade Econo-Chair(2)  Mini Strumboid
Train Set(2)        Mahjong Table      Big Festive Tree     Strumboid
Ship Cannon         Sleeping Bag(2)    Festive Tree         Mega Strumboid
Hospital Bed        Ponderosa Bonsai   Fan(2)               Tall Strumboid
Baby Panda          Pine Bonsai        Table Lamp           Croakoid(2)
Tall Cactus         Mugho Bonsai       One-Story Model      Mega Squelchoid(2)
Cactus              Holly Bonsai       Two-Story Model      Squelchoid
Round Cactus        Azalea Bonsai      Mansion Model        Squat Nebuloid
Green Golf Bag(2)   Hawthorn Bonsai    Nook's Cranny        Tall Nebuloid
Green Lava Lamp(2)  Pothos             Nookway              Mega Sputnoid
Deer Scare(2)       Coconut Palm       Museum Model         Mega Quazoid(2)
Grapefruit Table    Pachira            Basic Green Bed      Four-Leaf Clover
Lemon Table         Caladium

Akappoi or Red
--------------------
Mushroom Bed(2)     Dharma(2)          Bromeliaceae       Basic Red Bed
Mushroom Table      Mini Dharma(2)     Stove              Fire Bar
Mushroom Stand      White Golf Bag     Doghouse           Nice Painting
Mushroom TV         Red Armchair(2)    Life Ring          Mini Drilloid(2)
Rocket              Red Sofa(2)        Snowboard(2)       Drilloid(2)
Detour Arrow(2)     Red Vase           Sleigh             Mega Drilloid(2)
Handcart(2)         Watermelon Chair   Daffodil           Mini Fizzoid(2)
Iron Frame(2)       Watermelon Table   Gerbera            Mega Fizzoid(2)
Orange Cone(2)      Apple TV(2)        Red Boom Box(2)    Mini Squelchoid(2)
Traffic Cone(2)     Apple Clock        Red Clock          Howloid(2)
Saw Horse           Tulip Chair        Gas Pump(2)        Mega Howloid(2)
Jackhammer          Tulip Table        Extinguisher(2)    Harmonoid
Red Drum(2)         Metal Guitar(2)    Fire Hydrant(2)    Mega Harmonoid
Haz-Mat Barrel(2)   Metronome(2)       Candy Machine      Mini Timpanoid(2)
Red Corner          Trash Bin          Vacuum Cleaner     Timpanoid(2)
Sandbag(2)          Stool(2)           Executive Toy      Mega Timpanoid(2)
Garden Gnome        Pagoda             Miniature Car(2)   Tall Timpanoid(2)
Lawn Mower(2)       Lantern            Throne             Red Tulips(2)
Barbecue(2)         Campfire           Music Box          Red Pansies(2)
Tiki Torch          Bonfire            One-Story Model    Orange Pansies
Dolly(2)            Maple Bonsai       Two-Story Model    Red Cosmos(2)
Clear Model         Quince Bonsai      Mansion Model      Red Roses(2)
Giant Dharma(2)

Blue
--------------------
Blue Bed           Lawn Chair          Quince Bonsai       Tall Croakoid
Blue Bureau(2)     Backyard Pool(2)    Clothesline Pole    Mini Howloid
Blue Wardrobe(2)   Elephant Slide      Surfboard(2)        Mini Nebuloid(2)
Blue Chair(2)      Stroller            Beach Table         Nebuloid
Blue Bench(2)      Clear Model         Gerbera             Mega Nebuloid
Blue Table         Globe               Men's Toilet(2)     Slim Nebuloid
Blue Bookcase(2)   Blue Golf Bag       Blue Box(2)         Mini Harmonoid
Blue Cabinet(2)    Blue Lava Lamp(2)   CD Player           Tall Harmonoid
Blue Clock(2)      Master Sword        Nintendo Bench(2)   Tall Droploid
Blue Dresser(2)    Arwing              Jack-in-the-Box     Mini Freakoid
Robo-Bed           Metroid             Nook 'n Go          Mega Freakoid
Robo-Sofa          Blue Vase(2)        Basic Blue Bed      Tall Quazoid(2)
Robo-Stereo        Trash Can           Basic Painting      Purple Tulips
Boxing Barricade   Garbage Pail(2)     Blue Falcon(2)      Purple Pansies
Blue Corner        Backpack            Mega Plinkoid(2)    Blue Pansies(2)
Boxing Mat(2)      Cooler              Mega Echoid         Purple Roses
Speed Bag          Pine Bonsai         Tall Echoid         Blue Roses(2)
Bug Zapper(2)      Azalea Bonsai

Pinkuiroppoi or Pink
--------------------
Lovely Bed(2)        Lovely Lamp(2)        Pink Box(2)       Mini Gargloid
Lovely Dresser(2)    Mr Flamingo(2)        Piggy Bank(2)     Mini Warbloid(2)
Lovely Armoire(2)    Mrs Flamingo(2)       Lovely Phone(2)   Warbloid(2)
Lovely Chair(2)      Cradle(2)             Mini Tootoid(2)   Tall Warbloid(2)
Lovely Loveseat(2)   Wobbelina(2)          Tootoid(2)        Quazoid(2)
Lovely End Table     Papa Panda            Mega Tootoid(2)   Pink Tulips(2)
Lovely Table         Purple Lava Lamp(2)   Plinkoid          Pink Cosmos(2)
Lovely Vanity(2)     Plum Bonsai           Mini Dekkoid(2)   Pink Roses(2)
Lovely Kitchen(2)    Super Toilet(2)

Orange
--------------------
Green Bed             Grapefruit Table      Lovely Painting    Mini Quazoid(2)
Green Dresser         Orange Chair(2)       Mega Dekkoid(2)    Amber
Green Lamp            Harp                  Mini Echoid(2)     Orange Cosmos(2)
Wet Roadway Sign(2)   Deluxe Washer(2)      Mini Croakoid(2)   Orange Roses(2)
Baby Bear(2)          Ruby Econo-Chair(2)

Colorful
--------------------
Cabin Bed            Kiddie Stereo(2)      Mummy's Casket    Birthday Cake
Cabin Table          Garden Gnome          Ball Return       Jack-in-the-Box
Cabin Low Table      Baby Bed              Pinball Machine   Festive Flag(2)
Cabin Bookcase       Clackercart           Arcade Machine    Festive Candle(2)
Kiddie Bed(2)        Merry-Go-Round        Matryoshka(2)     Fine Painting
Kiddie Dresser(2)    Medicine Chest        Diver Dan         Calm Painting
Kiddie Wardrobe(2)   Florence Flask        Kitschy Clock(2)  Opulent Painting
Kiddie Couch(2)      Anatomical Model(2)   Barber's Pole(2)  Fire Flower
Kiddie Chair(2)      Jukebox               Candy Machine     Pikmin
Kiddie Table(2)      Bear Pole             Big Festive Tree  Squat Nebuloid
Kiddie Bureau(2)     Eagle Pole            Festive Tree      Nebuloid
Kiddie Bookcase(2)   Frog Woman Pole       Water Bird(2)     Tall Nebuloid
Kiddie Clock(2)      Raven Pole

Gureppoi or Gray
--------------------
Exotic Bed         Scale(2)             Wave Breaker(2)     Mega Bovoid(2)
Robo-Bed           Office Desk(2)       Potbelly Stove(2)   Tall Bovoid(2)
Robo-Dresser(2)    Office Chair(2)      Space Heater(2)     Oboid
Robo-Closet(2)     Office Locker(2)     CD Player           Mega Oboid
Robo-Sofa          Bow                  Reel-to-Reel(2)     Tall Oboid
Robo-Chair(2)      Tall Lantern(2)      High-End Stereo     Mini Dinkoid(2)
Robo-Table(2)      Master Sword         Tape Deck(2)        Mega Dinkoid(2)
Robo-Stereo        Arwing               Outdoor Bath(2)     Mini Harmonoid
Robo-TV(2)         Metroid              Bottled Ship        Harmonoid
Robo-Clock         Timpano Drum         Executive Toy       Mega Harmonoid
Robo-Lamp          Trash Can            Sewing Machine      Tall Harmonoid
Cow Skull          Garbage Can(2)       Scary Painting      Tall Droploid
Tumbleweed(2)      Pantheon Post(2)     Mini Lullaboid(2)   Mini Sputnoid
Asteroid           Ionian Post(2)       Lullaboid(2)        Sputnoid(2)
Moon(2)            Corinthian Post(2)   Mega Lullaboid(2)   Mega Sputnoid(2)
Lunar Lander       Broken Post(2)       Tall Lullaboid(2)   Tall Sputnoid(2)
Lunar Rover(2)     Spaceman(2)          Mini Plinkoid       Mini Gargloid(2)
Satellite(2)       Basketball Hoop      Plinkoid            Gargloid
Space Station(2)   Moai Statue(2)       Mega Echoid         Tall Gargloid(2)
Flying Saucer      Arc de Triomphe(2)   Tall Echoid         Mini Freakoid
Manhole Cover(2)   Pagoda               Mega Croakoid(2)    Mega Freakoid
Jackhammer         Plate Armor(2)       Tall Croakoid       Slim Quazoid(2)
Boxing Barricade   Mermaid Statue(2)    Mini Howloid        Ammonite
Speed Bag          Mouth of Truth(2)    Mini Nebuloid       Dino Droppings
Lab Bench(2)       Manekin Pis(2)       Slim Nebuloid       Dinosaur Egg
Lab Chair(2)       Tower of Pisa(2)     Mini Poltergoid     Fern Fossil
Medicine Chest     Compass(2)           Poltergoid          Dinosaur Track
Florence Flask     Mountain Bike        Mega Poltergoid     Peking Man
Complex Machine    Propane Stove(2)     Tall Poltergoid     Shark Tooth
Ship Compass       TV with a VCR        Mini Metatoid(2)    Trilobite
Mop                Retro TV             Metatoid(2)

Black
--------------------
Modern Bed            Anchor               Mugho Bonsai       Strange Painting
Modern Dresser        Black Pawn(2)        TV with a VCR      Worthy Painting
Modern Wardrobe       Black Bishop(2)      Wide-Screen TV     Cannon(2)
Modern Chair          Black King(2)        Deluxe Range       Mini Bowtoid(2)
Modern Sofa           Black Knight(2)      Mixer              Bowtoid(2)
Modern End Table      Black Queen(2)       Safe(2)            Mega Bowtoid(2)
Modern Desk           Black Rook(2)        Gold Stereo        Tall Bowtoid(2)
Modern Table          Mama Panda           Hi-Fi Stereo       Oboid
Modern Cabinet        Samurai Suit         Retro Stereo(2)    Mega Oboid
Modern Lamp           Black Katana(2)      High-End Stereo    Tall Oboid
Robo-Clock            Sword                Storage Case       Purple Tulips
Steam Roller          Lucky Black Cat(2)   Telescope          Black Tulips(2)
Striped Cone          Ebony Piano(2)       Desk Light(2)      Purple Pansies
Weight Bench(2)       Vibraphone           Dainty Painting    Black Cosmos(2)
Amazing Machine(2)    Dart Board(2)        Solemn Painting    Purple Roses
Unknown Machine(2)    Pinball Machine      Amazing Painting   Black Roses(2)
Complex Machine       Tabletop Game(2)     Warm Painting

Shiroppoi or White
--------------------
Exotic Chair         Snowman TV          White Golf Bag     Snowman(2)
Exotic Lamp          Snowman Clock(2)    White Katana(2)    Daffodil
Ranch Bed            Snowman Lamp(2)     Red Vase           Toilet(2)
Classic Bed          Mushroom Chair(2)   Lucky Cat          Automatic Washer(2)
Classic Table        Mushroom Table      Lefty Lucky Cat    Radiator(2)
Regal Bed(2)         Mushroom End Table  Pear Wardrobe      Dice Stereo(2)
Regal Dresser(2)     Mushroom Lamp(2)    Pear Dresser       White Boombox(2)
Regal Armoire(2)     Mushroom TV         Pine Chair(2)      Red Clock
Regal Chair(2)       Cow Skull           Pine Table(2)      Cube Clock(2)
Regal Sofa(2)        Covered Wagon       Iris Chair         Raccoon Figurine
Regal Table(2)       Rocket              Iris Table         Scarecrow
Regal Lamp           Space Shuttle(2)    Conga Drum         Computer
Regal Clock(2)       Spaceman Sam(2)     Djimbe Drum        Cream Sofa(2)
Regal Bookcase(2)    Saw Horse           Timpano Drum       Storage Case
Regal Vanity(2)      Red Corner          Rock Guitar        Claw-Foot Tub(2)
Cabana Bed           Blue Corner         Ivory Piano(2)     Shower(2)
Cabana Armchair      Neutral Corner(2)   Trash Bin          Box of Tissues(2)
Cabin Armchair       Hammock             Bowling Pins(2)    Vacuum Cleaner
Cabin Couch          Bird Feeder(2)      Basketball Hoop    Telescope
Modern Bed           Lawn Chair          Ball Return        Birthday Cake
Modern Dresser       Stroller            Arcade Machine     Table Lamp
Modern Wardrobe      Baby Bed            Merlion(2)         Candle
Modern Chair         White Pawn(2)       Cooler             Mini-Lamp(2)
Modern Sofa          White Bishop(2)     Lantern            Nook 'n Go
Modern End Table     White King(2)       Holly Bonsai       Nookway
Modern Desk          White Knight(2)     Croton             Nookington's
Modern Table         White Queen(2)      Kitchen Sink(2)    Museum Model
Modern Cabinet       White Rook(2)       Kitchen Corner(2)  Quaint Painting
Modern Lamp          Hamster Cage        Deluxe Range       Perfect Painting
Lovely End Table     Skeleton(2)         Range              Moving Painting
Lovely Table         Vision Tester(2)    Stove              Fire Flower
Snowman Bed(2)       Hospital Bed        Refrigerator(2)    Flagpole
Snowman Dresser(2)   Coffee Maker(2)     Microwave(2)       White Tulips(2)
Snowman Wardrobe(2)  Siphon              Toaster(2)         White Pansies(2)
Snowman Chair(2)     Papa Panda          Mixer              White Cosmos(2)
Snowman Sofa(2)      Mama Panda          Beach Chair(2)     White Roses(2)
Snowman Table(2)     Baby Panda          Beach Table        Jacob's Ladder(2)
Snowman Fridge(2)    Blue Golf Bag       Life Ring          Four-Leaf Clover

Brown
--------------------
Exotic Bed           Well(2)             Ponderosa Bonsai   Moving Painting
Exotic Bureau(2)     Wagon Wheel(2)      Jasmine Bonsai     Common Painting
Exotic Wardrobe(2)   Asteroid            Maple Bonsai       Flowery Painting
Exotic Bench(2)      Brown Drum(2)       Hawthorn Bonsai    Warm Painting
Exotic Armchair      Judge's Bell        Plum Bonsai        Rare Painting
Exotic Table(2)      Ringside Table(2)   Pothos             Fine Painting
Exotic End Table(2)  Birdhouse(2)        Coconut Palm       Scary Painting
Exotic Screen(2)     Hammock             Pachira            Lovely Painting
Exotic Chest(2)      Tiki Torch          Caladium           Strange Painting
Ranch Bed            Clackercart         Croton             Worthy Painting
Ranch Dresser(2)     Rocking Horse(2)    Dracaena           Calm Painting
Ranch Wardrobe(2)    Helm(2)             Lady Palm          Opulent Painting
Ranch Couch          Barrel(2)           Aloe               Brick Block(2)
Ranch Armchair       Keg(2)              Rubber Tree        Fire Bar
Ranch Chair(2)       Ship Cannon         Snake Plant        Flagpole
Ranch Table(2)       Anchor              Fan Palm           Pikmin
Ranch Tea Table      Ship Compass        Corn Plant         Wee Dingloid(2)
Ranch Bookcase(2)    Hamster Cage        Weeping Fig        Mini Dingloid(2)
Ranch Hutch(2)       Mop                 Wide-Screen TV     Dingloid(2)
Classic Bed          Trunk Measure(2)    Retro TV           Mega Dingloid(2)
Classic Vanity(2)    Stadiometer(2)      Range              Squat Dingloid(2)
Classic Wardrobe(2)  Writing Desk(2)     Sink(2)            Tall Dingloid(2)
Classic Chair(2)     Writing Chair(2)    Doghouse           Mega Percoloid(2)
Classic Table        Globe               Sleigh             Tall Percoloid(2)
Classic Bookcase(2)  Checkout Counter(2) Beige Box(2)       Mini Oombloid(2)
Classic Buffet(2)    Cash Register       Fireplace(2)       Oombloid(2)
Classic Desk(2)      Siphon              Turntable(2)       Mega Oombloid(2)
Classic Clock(2)     Papa Bear(2)        Phonograph         Tall Oombloid(2)
Cabana Bed           Tall Cactus         Antique Clock(2)   Mini Rhythmoid(2)
Cabana Dresser(2)    Cactus              Owl Clock(2)       Rhythmoid(2)
Cabana Wardrobe(2)   Round Cactus        Rocking Chair(2)   Mini Buzzoid
Cabana Chair(2)      Bear Pole           Raccoon Figurine   Buzzoid
Cabana Armchair      Eagle Pole          Scarecrow          Mega Buzzoid
Cabana Table(2)      Frog Woman Pole     Birdcage(2)        Tall Buzzoid
Cabana Lamp(2)       Raven Pole          Chocolates(2)      Mini Lamentoid(2)
Cabana Bookcase(2)   Ninja Sword(2)      Computer           Lamentoid(2)
Cabana Vanity(2)     Tea Table(2)        Glass-Top Table(2) Mega Lamentoid(2)
Cabana Screen(2)     Hearth(2)           Massage Chair(2)   Tall Lamentoid(2)
Cabin Bed            Conga Drum          Bottled Ship       Mini Strumboid
Cabin Dresser(2)     Djimbe Drum         Mochi Pestle(2)    Strumboid
Cabin Wardrobe(2)    Bass(2)             Sewing Machine     Mega Strumboid
Cabin Chair(2)       Cello(2)            Cardboard Box(2)   Tall Strumboid
Cabin Armchair       Violin(2)           Wooden Box(2)      Mini Gongoid(2)
Cabin Couch          Folk Guitar(2)      Portrait           Gongoid(2)
Cabin Table          Country Guitar(2)   Nook's Cranny      Mega Gongoid(2)
Cabin Low Table      Ukulele(2)          Town Hall Model(2) Tall Gongoid(2)
Cabin Bookcase       Japanese Drum(2)    Basic Red Bed      Mini Poltergoid
Cabin Clock(2)       Vibraphone          Basic Blue Bed     Poltergoid
Mushroom Dresser(2)  Biwa Lute(2)        Basic Yellow Bed   Mega Poltergoid
Mushroom Closet(2)   Harp                Basic Green Bed    Tall Poltergoid
Mushroom Stool(2)    Pyramid             Dainty Painting    Mini Alloid(2)
Mushroom End Table   Sphinx              Solemn Painting    Mega Alloid(2)
Mushroom Stand       Billiard Table      Quaint Painting    Tall Alloid(2)
Western Fence(2)     Mahjong Table       Basic Painting     Mini Rustoid(2)
Saddle Fence(2)      Tribal Mask(2)      Famous Painting(2) Rustoid(2)
Storefront(2)        Backpack            Perfect Painting   Mega Rustoid(2)
Covered Wagon        Campfire            Amazing Painting   All 52 Fossils
Watering Trough(2)   Bonfire             Nice Painting

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26) FURNITURE GENRE
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Virtually all furniture items are designated with one or two genres.  The 
genres are:
...atarashii kanji or Modern
...mukashippoi or Old School
...kawaii or Lovely
...otonappoi or Chic

Sometimes a villager may request that you bring them furniture of a certain 
genre.

You can receive a HRA Genre bonus for having a minimum number of items of the 
same genre in a room (see below).

Here are the furniture items associated with each genre:

Modern
----------
Blue Series        Golf Set            Kitchen Corner     Ruby Econo-Chair
Green Series       Red Furniture Set   Deluxe Range       Gold Econo-Chair
Modern Series      Lava Lamp Set       Range              Extinguisher
Kiddie Series      Arwing              Stove              Fire Hydrant
Lovely Series      Metroid             Tea Set            Candy Machine
Robo Series        Citrus Set          Refrigerator       Big Festive Tree
Space Theme        Pear Set            Microwave          Festive Tree
Detour Arrow       Watermelon Set      Mixer              Chocolates
Iron Frame         Apple Set           Clothesline Pole   Computer
Orange Cone        Froggy Set          Doghouse           Pineapple Bed
Traffic Cone       Tulip Set           Beach Chair        Cream Sofa
Saw Horse          Iris Set            Surfboard          Storage Case
Wet Roadway Sign   Daffodil Set        Diver Dan          Clothes Closet
Steam Roller       Rock Guitar         Beach Table        Box of Tissues
Jackhammer         Metal Guitar        Life Ring          Vacuum Cleaner
Striped Cone       Vibraphone          Snowboard          Water Bird
Cement Mixer       Garbage Pail        Sunflower          Executive Toy
Boxing Theme       Garbage Can         Daffodil           Telescope
Bug Zapper         Trash Bin           Toilet             Lovely Phone
Lawn Mower         Tennis Table        Super Toilet       Miniature Car
Barbecue           Bowling Pins        Men's Toilet       Fan
Backyard Pool      Basketball Hoop     Pink Box           Birthday Cake
Sprinkler          Ball Return         Blue Box           Jack-in-the-Box
Elephant Slide     Billiard Table      Beige Box          Table Lamp
Stroller           Mahjong Table       Deluxe Washer      Portrait
Cradle             Dart Board          Automatic Washer   One-Story Model
Baby Bed           Pinball Machine     Washer/Dryer       Two-Story Model
Merry-Go-Round     Arcade Machine      Space Heater       Mansion Model
Train Set          Arc de Triomphe     Radiator           Nook's Cranny
Black Chess Set    Merlion             CD Player          Nook 'n Go
White Chess Set    Compass             Gold Stereo        Nookway
Hamster Cage       Backpack            Hi-Fi Stereo       Nookington's
Skeleton           Mountain Bike       Dice Stereo        Museum Model
Anatomical Model   Propane Stove       High-End Stereo    Town Hall Model
Clear Model        Cooler              Red Clock          Fish Trophy
Hospital Bed       Kayak               Kitschy Clock      Bug Trophy
Globe              Sleeping Bag        Cube Clock         Flower Trophy
Coffee Maker       TV with a VCR       Glow Clock         Blue Falcon
Siphon             Wide-Screen TV      Alarm Clock        Pikmin
Panda Bear Set     Kitchen Sink        Jade Econo-Chair

Old School
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Exotic Series         Writing Chair       Sphinx            Phonograph
Ranch Series          Office Set          Mummy's Casket    Reel-to-Reel
Classic Series        Checkout Counter    Spaceman          Retro Stereo
Regal Series          Cash Register       Tabletop Game     Tape Deck
Cabana Series         Jukebox             Stool             Antique Clock
Cabin Series          Dharma Set          Moai Statue       Odd Clock
Snowman Series        Teddy Bear Set      Tribal Mask       Owl Clock
Western Theme         Cactus Set          Pagoda            Rocking Chair
Handcart              Totem Pole Set      Plate Armor       Gas Pump
Manhole Cover         Japanese Set        Mermaid Statue    Raccoon Figurine
Oil Drum Set          Mossy Garden Set    Mouth of Truth    Barber's Pole
Birdhouse             Master Sword        Manekin Pis       Scarecrow
Mr Flamingo           Triforce            Tower of Pisa     Birdcage
Mrs Flamingo          Vase Set            Matryoshka        Nintendo Bench
Garden Gnome          Welcome Kitty Set   Lantern           Outdoor Bath
Hammock               Pine Set            Campfire          Glass-Top Table
Bird Bath             Drum Set            Bonfire           Claw-Foot Tub
Picnic Table          String Set          Pine Bonsai Set   Shower
Bird Feeder           Folk Guitar         Bonsai Set        Massage Chair
Lawn Chair            Country Guitar      Retro TV          Bottled Ship
Tiki Torch            Ukulele             Retro Fridge      Mochi Pestle
Clackercart           Ebony Piano         Toaster           Sewing Machine
Rocking Horse         Ivory Piano         Sink              Cardboard Box
Wobbelina             Japanese Drum       Wave Breaker      Wooden Box
Dolly                 Biwa Lute           Treasure Chest    Throne
Mad Scientist Theme   Harp                Sleigh            Festive Flag
Pirate Theme          Metronome           Snowman           Festive Candle
Mop                   Trash Can           Gerbera           Music Box
Vision Tester         Pantheon Post       Safe              All 20 Paintings
Trunk Measure         Ionian Post         Piggy Bank        Mario Theme
Stadiometer           Corinthian Post     Potbelly Stove    All 127 Gyroids
Scale                 Broken Post         Fireplace         All 52 Fossils
Writing Desk          Pyramid             Turntable

Lovely
----------
Kiddie Series      Bow               Backpack           Big Festive Tree
Lovely Series      Nintendo Set      Mountain Bike      Festive Tree
Robo Series        Citrus Set        Lantern            Scarecrow
Mushroom Series    Pear Set          Bonfire            Chocolates
Space Theme        Watermelon Set    TV with a VCR      Pineapple Bed
Hammock            Apple Set         Doghouse           Clothes Closet
Picnic Table       Froggy Set        Beach Chair        Bottled Ship
Lawn Chair         Tulip Set         Diver Dan          Water Bird
Barbecue           Iris Set          Beach Table        Executive Toy
Backyard Pool      Daffodil Set      Treasure Chest     Telescope
Tiki Torch         Rock Guitar       Life Ring          Mochi Pestle
Nursery Theme      Metal Guitar      Snowboard          Lovely Phone
Helm               Metronome         Sleigh             Miniature Car
Ship Cannon        Pyramid           Snowman            Birthday Cake
Anchor             Sphinx            Sunflower          Jack-in-the-Box
Ship Compass       Mummy's Casket    Men's Toilet       Festive Flag
Black Chess Set    Spaceman          Pink Box           Festive Candle
White Chess Set    Table Tennis      Blue Box           Music Box
Classroom Set      Bowling Pins      Beige Box          Portrait
Vision Tester      Basketball Hoop   Piggy Bank         One-Story Model
Trunk Measure      Ball Return       CD Player          Two-Story Model
Stadiometer        Pinball Machine   Dice Stereo        Mansion Model
Scale              Arcade Machine    White Boom Box     Nook's Cranny
Study Set          Tabletop Game     Red Boom Box       Nook 'n Go
Teddy Bear Set     Stool             Red Clock          Nookway
Panda Bear Set     Moai Statue       Owl Clock          Nookington's
Totem Pole Set     Tribal Mask       Alarm Clock        Museum Model
Purple Lava Lamp   Pagoda            Extinguisher       Town Hall Model
Green Lava Lamp    Manekin Pis       Raccoon Figurine   Mario Theme
Samurai Suit       Compass           Candy Machine      Pikmin
Ninja Sword        Matryoshka

Chic
----------
Exotic Series         Hearth              Pine Bonsai Set    High-End Stereo
Ranch Series          Mossy Garden Set    Bonsai Set         Tape Deck
Classic Series        Vase Set            House Plant Set    Kitschy Clock
Regal Series          Welcome Kitty Set   Wide-Screen TV     Antique Clock
Blue Series           Pine Set            Retro TV           Cube Clock
Cabana Series         Drum Set            Kitchen Sink       Odd Clock
Green Series          String Set          Kitchen Corner     Glow Clock
Cabin Series          Folk Guitar         Deluxe Range       Jade Econo-Chair
Modern Series         Country Guitar      Range              Ruby Econo-Chair
Snowman Series        Ukulele             Stove              Gold Econo-Chair
Western Theme         Ebony Piano         Tea Set            Rocking Chair
Construction Theme    Ivory Piano         Refrigerator       Gas Pump
Oil Drum Set          Japanese Drum       Retro Fridge       Fire Hydrant
Boxing Theme          Vibraphone          Microwave          Barber's Pole
Birdhouse             Biwa Lute           Toaster            Birdcage
Mr Flamingo           Harp                Sink               Nintendo Bench
Mrs Flamingo          Trash Can           Mixer              Outdoor Bath
Garden Gnome          Garbage Pail        Clothesline Pole   Screen
Bug Zapper            Garbage Can         Wave Breaker       Computer
Bird Bath             Trash Bin           Surfboard          Glass-Top Table
Bird Feeder           Pantheon Post       Daffodil           Cream Sofa
Lawn Mower            Ionian Post         Gerbera            Storage Case
Sprinkler             Corinthian Post     Toilet             Claw-Foot Tub
Mad Scientist Theme   Broken Post         Super Toilet       Shower
Barrel                Billiard Table      Safe               Box of Tissues
Keg                   Mahjong Table       Deluxe Washer      Massage Chair
Hospital Bed          Dart Board          Automatic Washer   Vacuum Cleaner
Office Set            Arc de Triomphe     Washer/Dryer       Sewing Machine
Cafe Set              Merlion             Potbelly Stove     Cardboard Box
Dharma Set            Plate Armor         Space Heater       Wooden Box
Cactus Set            Mermaid Statue      Fireplace          Fan
Golf Set              Mouth of Truth      Radiator           Throne
Red Furniture Set     Tower of Pisa       Gold Stereo        Table Lamp
Blue Lava Lamp        Propane Stove       Hi-Fi Stereo       Fish Trophy
Black Katana          Cooler              Turntable          Bug Trophy
White Katana          Kayak               Phonograph         Flower Trophy
Sword                 Sleeping Bag        Reel-to-Reel       All 20 Paintings
Tea Table             Campfire            Retro Stereo       Blue Falcon

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27) WALLPAPER
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63 wallpapers are needed to complete the catalog.

Items not available for purchase from the catalog:
...Snowman Wall (from Snowman)
...Forest Wall (from Cornimer)
...Western Vista (from Saharah)
...Lunar Horizon (from Saharah)
...Blue Tarp (from Saharah)
...Ringside Seating (from Saharah)
...Sea View (from Pascal)
...Shoji Screen (from Saharah)
...Music Room Wall (from Saharah)
...Ancient Wall (from Saharah)
...Industrial Wall (from Saharah)
...Meadow Vista (from Saharah)
...Tropical Vista (from Saharah)
...Desert Vista (from Saharah)

The Mushroom Mural does not appear in the catalog.

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28) CARPETING
******************************************************************************
63 carpets are needed to complete the catalog.

Items not available for purchase from the catalog:
...Snowman Carpet (from Snowman)
...Forest Floor (from Cornimer)
...Western Desert (from Saharah)
...Lunar Surface (from Saharah)
...Closed Road (from Saharah)
...Boxing Ring Mat (from Saharah)
...Ship Deck (from Pascal)
...Tatami Floor (from Saharah)
...Concrete Floor (from Saharah)
...Music Room Floor (from Saharah)
...Ancient Tile (from Saharah)
...Daisy Meadow (from Saharah)
...Tropical Floor (from Saharah)
...Saharah's Desert (from Saharah)
...Sandlot (from Saharah)

The Block Flooring does not appear in the catalog.

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29) CLOTHING
******************************************************************************
256 shirts are needed to complete the catalog.

Items not available for purchase from the catalog:
...Work Uniform (from Tom Nook)
...Orange Pinstripe (from Gracie)
...Barber Shirt (from Gracie)
...Grass Shirt (from Gracie)
...Snow Shirt (from Gracie)
...Coral Shirt (from Gracie)
...Groovy Shirt (from Gracie)
...Cool Shirt (from Gracie)
...Gracie's Top (from Gracie)
...Crossing Shirt (from Gracie)
...Splendid Shirt (from Gracie)
...Zebra Shirt (from Gracie)
...Tiger Shirt (from Gracie)
...Cow Shirt (from Gracie)
...Giraffe Shirt (from Gracie)
...Ladybug Shirt (from Gracie)
...Butterfly Shirt (from Gracie)
...Caterpillar Tee (from Gracie)
...Fiendish Shirt (from Gracie)
...Citrus Shirt (from Gracie)
...Kiwi Shirt (from Gracie)
...Watermelon Shirt (from Gracie)
...Strawberry Shirt (from Gracie)
...Grape Shirt (from Gracie)
...Melon Shirt (from Gracie)
...Flan Shirt (from Gracie)
...Hot Dog Shirt (from Gracie)
...Sandwich Shirt (from Gracie)
...Tin Shirt (from Gracie)
...Moldy Shirt (from Gracie)

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30) CLOTHING STYLE
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Each shirt has been categorized by style.  The styles are:
...shibui or Refined
...poppuna or Funky
...kawaii or Cute
...kakkoii or Cool
...kibatsuna or Striking
...sawayakana or Fresh
...ochitsuita or Subtle
...hadena or Gaudy
...osharena or Fancy
...kimyouna or Strange

When a villager asks for clothing without specifying which one they want, they 
will refuse an item from their least favorite style.

Here are the shirts associated with each style:

Refined
----------
Work Uniform       Yellow Pinstripe   Comfy Sweater     Sharp Outfit
Li'l Bro's Shirt   Vertigo Shirt      Earthy Knit       Camel Shirt
Misty Shirt        Picnic Shirt       Leaf Shirt        Poncho
Chain-Gang Shirt   Waffle Shirt       Fall Leaf Shirt   Orange Jumpsuit
Fall Plaid Shirt   Gray Tartan        Chichi Print      Tin Shirt
Blue Pinstripe     Argyle Knit        Subdued Print

Funky
----------
One-Ball Shirt     Big Star Shirt    Beatnik Shirt      Chocomint Shirt
Two-Ball Shirt     A Shirt           Dapper Shirt       Orange Check Tee
Three-Ball Shirt   No. 2 Shirt       Natty Shirt        Kiddie Shirt
Four-Ball Shirt    No. 3 Shirt       Toad Shirt         Kiwi Shirt
Five-Ball Shirt    No. 5 Shirt       Lite Polka Shirt   Watermelon Shirt
Six-Ball Shirt     No. 23 Shirt      Funky Dot Shirt    Latin Uniform
Seven-Ball Shirt   No. 67 Shirt      Big Dot Shirt      Pep Squad Shirt
Eight-Ball Shirt   Big Bro's Shirt   Lemon Gingham      Red Warmup Suit
Nine-Ball Shirt    Rugby Shirt       Flowery Shirt      Baseball Shirt
Paw Shirt

Cute
----------
Daisy Shirt      Blue Check Shirt   Citrus Gingham     Turnip Top
Tulip Shirt      Red Check Shirt    Dreamy Shirt       Yodel Shirt
Cherry Shirt     Gelato Shirt       Silk Bloom Shirt   Red Riding Hoody
Frog Shirt       Dazed Shirt        Blossom Shirt      Sailor's Uniform
Bear Shirt       Bubble Gum Shirt   Lovely Shirt       Dutch Shirt
Bunny Shirt      Candy Gingham      Strawberry Shirt   Cake Shirt
Elephant Shirt   Pink Tartan        Hot Spring Shirt   Waitress Shirt
Heart Shirt      Winter Sweater     New Spring Shirt   Fairy Tale Shirt
No. 4 Shirt      Spring Shirt       Ribbon Shirt       Fluffy Shirt
Snowcone Shirt   Vogue Top          Yellow Bolero

Cool
----------
Skull Shirt        Racer Shirt       Captain's Shirt    Wrap Shirt
U R Here Shirt     Flame Shirt       Burglar's Shirt    Wrestler Shirt
MVP Shirt          Jungle Camo       Zipper Shirt       Security Shirt
BB Shirt           Arctic Camo       Military Uniform   Racing Shirt
Diamond Shirt      Desert Camo       Concierge Shirt    Scale Armor Suit
No. 1 Shirt        Dragon Suit       Tuxedo             Armor Suit
Cafe Shirt         Western Shirt     Explorer Shirt     Gold Armor Suit
Checkered Shirt    Royal Shirt       Red Down Vest      Space Suit
Checkerboard Tee   Firefighter Tee   One-Way Tee

Striking
----------
Lightning Shirt   Future Shirt      Caterpillar Tee   Jester Shirt
Barber Shirt      Dice Shirt        Fiendish Shirt    Bone Shirt
Groovy Shirt      Ladybug Shirt     Hot Dog Shirt     Toga
Danger Shirt      Butterfly Shirt   Sandwich Shirt    Nile Shirt
Gracie's Top      Spiderweb Shirt

Fresh
----------
Spade Shirt      Green Tie-Dye      Blue Grid Shirt    Fern Shirt
Cloudy Shirt     Blue Tie-Dye       Gumdrop Shirt      Blue Retro Shirt
Fresh Shirt      Red Tie-Dye        Aqua Polka Shirt   Grass Shirt
Sunset Top       Green Bar Shirt    Melon Gingham      Snow Shirt
Deep Blue Tee    Red Bar Shirt      Icy Shirt          Bubble Shirt
Peachy Shirt     Blue Stripe Knit   Aurora Knit        Citrus Shirt
Orange Tie-Dye   Blue Tartan        Lotus Shirt        Melon Shirt
Purple Tie-Dye

Subtle
----------
Club Shirt         Vegetarian Shirt   Folk Shirt     Graduation Gown
Dawn Shirt         Jade Check Print   Beige Knit     Sky Shirt
Yellow Bar Shirt   Blue Check Print   Asian Shirt    Nurse's Uniform
Yellow Tartan      Mint Gingham Top   Circus Shirt   Molecule Tee
Red Grid Shirt     Chevron Shirt      Green Vest     Chinese Shirt

Gaudy
----------
Bright Shirt       Prism Shirt     Tiger Shirt       Gaudy Sweater
Rainbow Shirt      Twinkle Shirt   Cow Shirt         Reggae Shirt
Bold Check Shirt   Star Shirt      Leopard Shirt     Kimono
Loud Bloom Shirt   Jagged Shirt    Giraffe Shirt     Spanish Shirt
Rose Shirt         Zebra Shirt     Pink Wave Shirt

Fancy
----------
Grape Stripe Tee   Swell Shirt        Grape Shirt      Witch Shirt
Dark Polka Shirt   Blue Diamond Top   Crewel Shirt     Princess Shirt
Bad Plaid Shirt    Go-Go Shirt        Tropical Shirt   Beaded Shirt
Floral Knit        Night Sky Tee      Bodice           Leather Jerkin
Rose Sky Shirt     Airy Shirt         Laced Shirt      Frock Coat
Cool Shirt         Polar Fleece       Noble Shirt

Strange
----------
Orange Pinstripe   Optical Shirt    Crossing Shirt   Mummy Shirt
Uncommon Shirt     Amethyst Shirt   Splendid Shirt   Caveman Tunic
Pop Bloom Shirt    Nebula Shirt     Flan Shirt       Moldy Shirt
Coral Shirt

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31) UMBRELLAS
******************************************************************************
32 umbrellas are needed to complete the catalog.

Tools, Party Poppers, Sparklers, and Roman Candles do not appear in the catalog.

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32) ACCESSORIES
******************************************************************************
130 accessories are needed to complete the catalog.

Items not available for purchase from the catalog:
...Green Feather (from donations)
...Blue Feather (from donations)
...Yellow Feather (from donations)
...Red Feather (from donations)
...Purple Feather (from donations)
...White Feather (from donations)
...Rainbow Feather (from donations)
...Halo (from Ables)
...Royal Crown (from Ables)
...Crown (from Ables)
...Turban (from Wendell in trade)

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33) STATIONERY
******************************************************************************
63 kinds of stationery are needed to complete the catalog.

Bottle Paper does not appear in the catalog.

Items not available for purchase from the catalog:
...Formal Paper (from Gracie, Tortimer, or Blathers)
...Snowman Paper (from Snowman)
...Nook Paper (from Tom Nook)
...Fox Paper (from Crazy Redd)
...Town Hall Paper (from donations or Savings Account)
...Tortimer Paper (from Tortimer or Cornimer)
...Insurance Paper (from Lyle)
...Academy Paper (from HRA)

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34) GYROIDS
******************************************************************************
127 gyroids are needed to complete the catalog.

All gyroids are not available for purchase from the catalog.

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35) FOSSILS
******************************************************************************
52 fossils are needed to complete the catalog.

All fossils are not available for purchase from the catalog.

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36) MUSIC
******************************************************************************
70 music recordings are needed to complete the inventory.

Here is the list of available music players:
...Kiddie Stereo
...Robo-Stereo
...Jukebox
...CD Player
...Gold Stereo
...Hi-Fi Stereo
...Turntable
...Dice Stereo
...White Boom Box
...Red Boom Box
,,.Phonograph
...Reel-to-Reel
...Retro Stereo
...High-End Stereo
...Tape Deck

In catalog order, here are hiragana/katakana for the songs:

K.K. Chorale - hiragana ke ke sa n bi ka
K.K. March - hiragana ke ke katakana ma - chi
K.K. Waltz - hiragana ke ke katakana wa ru tsu
K.K. Swing - hiragana ke ke katakana su u i(small) n gu
K.K. Jazz - hiragana ke ke katakana ja zu
K.K. Fusion - hiragana ke ke katakana fu yu(small) - jo n
K.K. Etude - hiragana ke ke no katakana e chu - do
K.K. Lullaby - hiragana ke ke katakana ra ra ba i
K.K. Aria - hiragana ke ke katakana ma ri a
K.K. Samba - hiragana ke ke katakana sa n ba
K.K. Bossa - hiragana ke ke katakana bo tsu(small) sa
K.K. Calypso - hiragana ke ke katakana ka ri pu so
K.K. Salsa - hiragana ke ke katakana sa ru sa
K.K. Mambo - hiragana ke ke katakana ma n bo
K.K. Reggae - hiragana ke ke katakana re ge e
K.K. Ska - hiragana ke ke katakana su ka
K.K. Tango - hiragana ke ke katakana ta n go
K.K. Faire - katakana ha i sa i hiragana ke ke
Aloha K.K. - katakana a ro ha hiragana ke ke
Lucky K.K. - katakana a i ri tsu(small) shu hiragana so n gu
K.K. Condor - katakana pe ru - hiragana no u ta
K.K. Steppe - katakana ko sa tsu(small) ku hiragana so n gu
Imperial K.K. - hiragana ke ke katakana cha i na
K.K. Casbah - katakana to ru ko hiragana so n gu
K.K. Safari - hiragana ke ke katakana a fu ro
K.K. Folk - hiragana ke ke mi n yo u
K.K. Rock - hiragana ke ke katakana ro tsu(small) ku
Rockin' K.K. - hiragana ke ke no katakana ro ke n ro - ru
K.K. Ragtime - katakana ra gu ta i mu
K.K. Gumbo - katakana nyu - o ri n zu(su) hiragana so n gu
The K. Funk - hiragana ke ke katakana fa n ku
K.K. Blues - hiragana ke ke katakana bu ru - su
Soulful K.K. - hiragana ke ke katakana go su pe ru
K.K. Soul - hiragana ke ke katakana so u ru
K.K. Cruisin' - katakana a - ba n hiragana ke ke
K.K. Love Song - hiragana ke ke katakana ra vu so n gu
K.K. D & B - katakana do ra mu n be - su
K.K. Technopop - katakana te ku no bi - to
DJ K.K. - katakana yu - ro bi - to
Only Me - katakana o n ri - mi -
K.K. Country - hiragana ke ke katakana ka n to ri -
Surfin' K.K. - katakana e re ki hiragana so n gu
K.K. Ballad - hiragana ke ke katakana ba ra tsu(small) do
Comrade K.K. - hiragana sho u wa ke ke ka yo u
K.K. Lament - hiragana ke ke e n ka
Go K.K. Rider! - hiragana yu ke ! ke ke katakana ra i da -
K.K. Dirge - hiragana ko wa i u ta
K.K. Western - hiragana ke ke katakana u e(small) su ta n
Mr. K.K. - hiragana ke ke se n se i
Cafe K.K. - hiragana ke ke katakana pa ri
K.K. Parade - hiragana ke ke katakana pa re - do
Senor K.K. - katakana se nyo - ru hiragana ke ke
K.K. Song - hiragana ke ke katakana so n gu
I Love You - hiragana da i su ki
Two Days Ago - hiragana o to to i
My Place - hiragana bo ku no ba sho
Forest Life - hiragana mo ri no se i ka tsu
To the Edge - katakana na mi na mi
Pondering - hiragana ka n ga e chu u
K.K. Dixie - hiragana ke ke katakana de i(small) ki shi -
K.K. Marathon - hiragana ke ke katakana ga mu ra n
King K.K. - hiragana ke ke da i mi yo(small) u
Mountain Song - katakana a ru pe n hiragana so n gu
Marine Song 2001 - hiragana fu na u ta 2001
Neapolitan - katakana na po ri ta n
Steep Hill - hiragana ni da n za ka
K.K. Rockabilly - hiragana ke ke katakana bi ri -
Agent K.K. - hiragana ke ke ke i ji(shi)
K.K. Rally - hiragana ke ke o n do
K.K. Metal - hiragana ke ke katakana me ta ru

In catalog order, here are hangeul for the songs ("T.K." in English letters):

K.K. Chorale: T.K. chansongga
K.K. March: T.K. maechi
K.K. Waltz: ???
K.K. Swing: T.K. seu-wing
K.K. Jazz: T.K. jaejeu
K.K. Fusion: T.K. pyujeon
K.K. Etude: T.K. -etuideu
K.K. Lullaby: T.K. jajangga
K.K. Aria: ???
K.K. Samba: T.K. samba
K.K. Bossa: ???
K.K. Calypso: ???
K.K. Salsa: ???
K.K. Mambo: T.K. mambo
K.K. Reggae: T.K. rege
K.K. Ska: T.K. seuka
K.K. Tango: T.K. taenggo
K.K. Faire: ???
Aloha K.K.: -alloha T.K.
Lucky K.K.: -a-illaendeu-ui norae
K.K. Condor: peru-ui norae
K.K. Steppe: kkajakeu-ui norae
Imperial K.K.: T.K. cha-ina
K.K. Casbah: teoki-ui norae
K.K. Safari: T.K. -apeurika
K.K. Folk: ???
K.K. Rock: T.K. rok
Rockin' K.K.: T.K. rokeunrol
K.K. Ragtime: raegeuta-im
K.K. Gumbo: ???
The K. Funk: T.K. peonki
K.K. Blues: T.K. beulluseu
Soulful K.K.: T.K. gaseupel
K.K. Soul: T.K. sol
K.K. Cruisin': papT.K.
K.K. Love Song: T.K. rabeusong
K.K. D & B: deuram-aenbe-iseu
K.K. Technopop: tekeuno biteu
DJ K.K.: -yuro biteu
Only Me: -onrimi
K.K. Country: ???
Surfin' K.K.: ???
K.K. Ballad: T.K. balladeu
Comrade K.K.: chu-eog-ui T.K. ga-yo
K.K. Lament: T.K. teurosteu
Go K.K. Rider!: ???
K.K. Dirge: museo-un norae
K.K. Western: ???
Mr. K.K.: T.K. seonsaengnim
Cafe K.K.: T.K. pari
K.K. Parade: T.K. pare-ideu
Senor K.K.: senyoreuT.K.
K.K. Song: T.K. -ui norae
I Love You: saranghae
Two Days Ago: -iteul seon
My Place: naega -issneun gos
Forest Life: sup son saenghwal
To the Edge: padosori
Pondering: ???
K.K. Dixie: T.K. diksi
K.K. Marathon: T.K. gameullan
King K.K.: T.K. -wangjo
Mountain Song: -alpeuseu-ui norae
Marine Song 2001: baesnorae2001
Neapolitan: ???
Steep Hill: -oreumakgil
K.K. Rockabilly: ???
Agent K.K.: T.K. hyeongsa
K.K. Rally: T.K. chukje
K.K. Metal: ???

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37) HAPPY ROOM ACADEMY
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The Happy Room Academy (HRA) will rate your home interior design weekly.  A 
score will arrive by mail on Sunday.  You can obtain three items for reaching 
certain point thresholds:
...[One-Story Model] Ouchi no mokei for 70,000 points
...[Two-Story Model] 2 kaidate no mokei for 100,000 points
...[Mansion Model] Goutei no mokei for 150,000 points

Your score is determined by adding Basic Points to Bonus Points, then 
subtracting Penalty Points.

Each item is assigned a Basic Points value depending upon its source:
...available for purchase at [Tailor's] Shitateya - 3
...available only from [Gracie] Grace - 3
...available only from [Saharah] Rolland - 3
...fish, insects, shells, designs on easel - 3
...flowers (including hybrids) - 5
...available for purchase at [Tom Nook's] Tanukichi's - 51
...Limited Time item - 151
   (Big Festive Tree, Festive Tree, Festive Flag, Festive Candle)
...Spotlight item - 151
...Paintings - 151
...available only from Nintendo WFC - 210
   (Mario Theme, Blue Falcon, Pikmin)
...small appraised fossils (e.g., Amber) - 300
...special traded furniture - 325
   (Red Vase, Country Guitar, Safe, Massage Chair, K.K. Slider's Pic, Tom
    Nook's Pic, Pascal's Pic)
...available only from [Crazy Redd] Tsunekichi - 412
...available only from [Gulliver] Johnny - 412
...available only from [Cornimer] Don Donguri - 412
   (Mushroom Series)
...available only from [Tortimer] Kotobuki - 800
   (Fish Trophy, Bug Trophy, Flower Trophy)
...gyroids - 828
...available only from [Snowman] Yukidaruma - 888
   (Snowman Series, Snowman)
...available only from Savings Account - 912
   (Box of Tissues, Piggy Bank, Pelly's Pic, Phyllis's Pic, Town Hall Model)
...large appraised fossils (skeleton) - 1,000
...available as a gift from a villager - 1,111
   (Birthday Cake)
...available only from Happy Room Academy - 1,111
   (One-Story Model, Two-Story Model, Mansion Model)
...available only from [Tom Nook's] Tanukichi's Points System - 1,111
   (Nook's Cranny, Nook 'n Go, Nookway, Nookington's)
...available for completing certain tasks - 1,111
   (Museum Model)
...available only from [Katie & Kaitlin] Maigo-chan & Okaa-san - 1,280
   (Papa Bear, Papa Panda, Apple TV, Lily-Pad Table, Lovely Phone, Music Box,
    Portrait, K & K's Pic)
...available only from [Pascal] Rakosuke - 1,543
   (Pirate Theme)
...animal pics - 3,200


You can receive Bonus Points for achieving certain collections:
...shirizu konpurito or Complete Series
   Collect all ten items of a Series for 20,000.
   Include matching wallpaper OR matching carpet for 25,000.
   Include both matching wallpaper and carpet for 30,000.
   You can't get the matching wallpaper and carpet bonus points unless you have
      the complete Series.
   The complete Series has to be in the same room.

...temu konpurito or Complete Theme
   Obtain both matching wallpaper and carpet for 3,000.
   Include all items of a Theme for 3,000 + ( 3,000 x # of items ).
   You can't get the Complete Theme bonus points unless you have both the
      matching wallpaper and carpet.
   The complete Theme has to be in the same room.

   You can combine a complete Series with a complete Theme (use the Theme's
   wallpaper and carpet) or multiple complete Series in the same room and get
   multiple Complete bonuses.

...setto konpurito or Complete Set
   Collect all items of a Set for 1,000 x # of items.
   You cannot get multiple bonuses for multiples of the same Set.
   The complete Set has to be in the same room.

... seikatsuhitsujuhin or Daily Necessities
   Collect a chair, table, dresser, and wardrobe:
      from the same Series for 5,000
      from different Series for 1,000
   You cannot get multiple Daily Necessities bonuses.
   The four items do not have to be in the same room.

...fuusui soroeru or Feng Shui Bonus
   yellow, red, and green items, properly placed, for 100 x # of color count
   You can get multiple Feng Shui bonuses for multiples of the same item.

...iro soroeru or Color Bonus
   Collect a minimum number of items of the same designated color.
      There must be a minimum of 10 items total in the room.
      Count both colors of each item when trying to reach thresholds:
         70% of room for 200 x # of total different items
         90% of room for 600 x # of total different items
   There is only one possible Color bonus per room.

...funiki soroeru or Genre Bonus
   Collect a minimum number of items of the same designated genre.
      There must be a minimum of 10 items total in the room.
      There are two bonuses:  Modern vs. Old School; Lovely vs. Chic.
      Thresholds for each:
         70% of room for 100 x # of total different items
         90% of room for 300 x # of total different items
   There is a maximum of two Genre bonuses per room.

...onaji shurui soroeru or Category Bonus
   Collect eight items from the same category for 400 x # of items.
   ...gakki or Musical Instruments (17 items)
   ...shokubutsu or Plants (10 bonsais, 14 house plants, 3 arrangements)
   ...kaiga or Paintings (20 Paintings, Portrait, 20 forged paintings)
   ...mokei or Models (9 items)

...rakki soroeru or Lucky Bonus
   Collect any of the items designated Lucky for 7,777 x # of items.
   ...Garden Gnome (red/colorful) (old school/chic)
   ...Samurai Suit (yellow/black) (old school/lovely)
   ...Master Sword (blue/gray) (old school/lovely)
   ...Arwing (blue/gray) (modern/lovely)
   ...Triforce (yellow/yellow) (old school/lovely)
   ...Lucky Cat (yellow/white) (old school/chic)
   ...Lefty Lucky Cat (yellow/white) (old school/chic)
   ...Lucky Black Cat (black/black) (old school/chic)
   ...Ivory Piano (white/white) (old school/chic)
   ...Dracaena (green/brown) (none/chic)
   ...Treasure Chest (yellow/green) (old school/lovely)
   ...Piggy Bank (pink/pink) (old school/lovely)
   ...Washer/Dryer (green/green) (modern/chic)
   ...Raccoon Figurine (brown/white) (old school/lovely)
   ...Big Festive Tree (green/colorful) (modern/lovely)
   ...Festive Tree (green/colorful) (modern/lovely)
   ...Lovely Phone (pink/pink) (modern/lovely)
   ...Birthday Cake (white/colorful) (modern/lovely)
   ...Jack-in-the-Box (blue/colorful) (modern/lovely)
   ...Music Box (yellow/red) (old school/lovely)
   ...Portrait (yellow/brown) (modern/lovely)
   ...Scarab Beetle (yellow/yellow) (?/?)
   ...Four-Leaf Clover (green/white) (?/?)
   ...Pikmin (brown/colorful) (modern/lovely)
   You cannot get multiple Lucky bonuses for multiples of the same item.


You can be assessed Penalty Points for certain "infractions:"
...items left on the floor for 1 x # of items
   (wallpaper, carpeting, stationery, music, tools, fruit, acorns, pitfall
    seeds, medicine, message bottles, saplings, flower seeds, white turnips,
    red turnips, red turnip seeds, bell bags, bell coins)

...items with inappropriate orientation for 100 x # of items
   (for example, wardrobes or animal pics directly up against and facing a
    wall)

There are no Penalty Points for mixing Series, Themes, and/or Sets.


Counting Basic Points, Complete Series/Theme Bonus points, and Matching 
Wallpaper/Carpeting Bonus points only, without Daily Necessities, Feng Shui, 
Color, Genre, Category, or Lucky Bonuses, here are the highest scoring Series 
and Themes (color and genre counts in parentheses):

1. 49,587 - Backyard Theme (6 red, 5 blue, 4 brown, 4 pink, 4 white, 4 yellow,
                            2 green, 1 colorful) (10 old school, 5 modern)
                           (9 chic, 6 lovely)
2. 41,520 - Mario Theme (8 yellow, 5 green, 4 brown, 2 black, 2 red, 2 white,
                         1 colorful) (12 old school) (12 lovely)
3. 40,434 - Construction Theme (12 red, 4 yellow, 3 gray, 2 black, 2 orange,
                                1 white) (10 modern, 2 old school) (12 chic)
4. 38,880 - Snowman Series (19 white, 1 yellow) (10 old school) (10 chic)
5. 34,332 - Western Theme (13 brown, 3 gray, 2 green, 2 white) (10 old school)
                          (10 chic)
          - Space Theme (11 gray, 5 white, 2 yellow, 1 brown, 1 red)
                        (10 modern) (10 lovely)
          - Boxing Theme (5 blue, 4 white, 3 brown, 3 red, 2 black, 2 gray,
                          1 yellow) (10 modern) (10 chic)
          - Nursery Theme (4 colorful, 4 pink, 3 brown, 2 blue, 2 green, 2 red,
                           2 white, 1 yellow) (6 modern, 4 old school)
                          (10 lovely)
6. 34,120 - Mushroom Series (8 brown, 7 white, 5 red) (10 old school)
                            (10 lovely)
7. 31,332 - Exotic Series (16 brown, 2 white, 1 gray, 1 yellow) (10 old school)
                          (10 chic)
          - Ranch Series (16 brown, 3 green, 1 white) (10 old school) (10 chic)
          - Classic Series (16 brown, 2 white, 2 yellow) (10 old school)
                           (10 chic)
          - Regal Series (19 white, 1 yellow) (10 old school) (10 chic)
          - Blue Series (18 blue, 2 yellow) (10 modern) (10 chic)
          - Cabana Series (18 brown, 2 white) (10 old school) (10 chic)
          - Green Series (17 green, 3 orange) (10 modern) (10 chic)
          - Cabin Series (14 brown, 4 colorful, 2 white) (10 old school)
                         (10 chic)
          - Modern Series (10 black, 10 white) (10 modern) (10 chic)
          - Kiddie Series (20 colorful) (10 modern) (10 lovely)
          - Lovely Series (18 pink, 2 white) (10 modern) (10 lovely)
          - Robo Series (15 gray, 3 blue, 1 black, 1 green) (10 modern)
                        (10 lovely)
8. 30,258 - Pirate Theme (9 brown, 1 black, 1 gray, 1 green) (6 old school)
                         (4 lovely, 2 chic)
9. 25,179 - Mad Scientist Theme (7 gray, 5 black, 2 colorful) (7 old school)
                                (7 chic)


The following Mansion interior design received 542,675 HRA points:

Main Room - Backyard Fence, Backyard Lawn, Backyard Theme, Samurai Suit, Master
            Sword, Triforce, Ivory Piano, Treasure Chest, Raccoon Figurine,
            Four-Leaf Clover, 2 Animal Pics

Upstairs - Blue Tarp, Closed Road, Construction Theme, Green Series, Dracaena,
           Washer/Dryer

Left Room - Playroom Wall, Playroom Rug, Nursery Theme, Arwing, Big Festive
            Tree, Festive Tree, Lovely Phone, Birthday Cake, Jack-in-the-Box,
            Portrait, Pikmin, 6 Animal Pics

Right Room - Western Vista, Western Desert, Western Theme, Snowman Series,
             Lucky Cat, Lefty Lucky Cat, Lucky Black Cat, Scarab Beetle

Back Room - Mushroom Mural, Block Floor, Mario Theme, Mushroom Series, Piggy
            Bank, Music Box

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38) FENG SHUI
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Feng shui refers to the placement of items, designated with the colors yellow, 
green, and red, in your house to improve "luck" in gameplay.

Feng shui operates in all rooms.  The feng shui space is within two spaces of 
the west, south, and east walls.  Items must be completely within Feng Shui 
space in order to "count."

What "counts" is the color count of the items within Feng Shui space.  For 
example, a Tulip Table is red/green.  If it is placed in red Feng Shui space, 
its red count is 1.  If it is placed in green Feng Shui space, its green count 
is 1.  Consider a Traffic Cone, which is red/red.  If it is placed in red Feng 
Shui space, its red count is 2.  For this reason, the size of an item does not 
matter (i.e., a large (2x2) item "counts" the same as a small (1x1) item; its 
"effect" is not quadrupled).  For example, a Jingle Table is red/green.  If it 
is placed in red Feng Shui space, its red count is still only 1, despite it 
taking up four spots in your house.

Feng Shui space "overlaps" in the southwest and southeast corners of rooms.  
This does not change color count.  A Froggy Chair placed in "yellow/green" or  
"green/red" Feng Shui space still has a green count of 2.  Both the southwest 
and southeast corners are part of green Feng Shui space.

Place yellow furniture near the west (left) walls of your rooms to:
...increase the amount of money given by villagers as a reward
...increase the amount paid by villagers when buying an item from you
...decrease the amount charged by villagers when selling an item to you.

Place green near the south (bottom) walls & red near the east (right) walls to:
...increase the chance of rarer items (Group A, B, C) appearing at the store.

Feng shui has no effect on the availability of fish or insects.  Do not confuse 
real-life luck with in-game luck (a.k.a. Feng Shui).  Perception is often not 
reality.

Contrary to popular belief, Lucky items, by themselves, do not increase feng 
shui.  Lucky items behave like all other items:  if they are designated as 
yellow, green, or red, they can increase feng shui if properly placed in feng 
shui space.

Special items enhance feng shui no matter where you place the Special items in 
your house.  There are no Special items in ACWW.

Wearing a Four-Leaf Clover has no effect on in-game luck or any other gameplay.

To maximize Feng Shui:
a) Place Lemon Tables and/or Daffodil Tables along the west walls.
b) Place Mama Bears, Triforces, Tea Vases, Lucky Gold Cats, Odd Clocks, Alarm
   Clocks, Fish Trophies, Bug Trophies, Flower Trophies, Coins, Starmen, 
   Sun Cosmos, Yellow Pansies, Yellow Tulips, Yellow Roses, Gold Roses, and/or
   Dandelions on the Lemon Tables and Daffodil Tables.
c) Place Lily-Pad Tables along the south walls.
d) Place Green Lava Lamps and/or Koopa Shells on the Lily-Pad Tables.
e) Place Tulip Tables along the east walls.
f) Place Orange Cones, Traffic Cones, Dollies, Giant Dharmas, Dharmas, Mini
   Dharmas, Metronomes, Red Boom Boxes, Miniature Cars, Red Cosmos, Red Pansies,
   Red Tulips, and/or Red Roses on the Tulip Tables.

Here is the list of yellow/green items:
Lemon Table
Melon Chair
Daffodil Chair
Daffodil Table
Tea Set
Treasure Chest
Sunflower
Glow Clock

Here is the list of green/red items:
Watermelon Chair
Watermelon Table
Tulip Chair
Tulip Table
Bromeliaceae
One-Story Model
Two-Story Model
Mansion Model

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39) THE FARTHEST ENDS
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At the [Civic Center] Juuminka, you can donate money to the town of Saihate (or 
The Farthest Ends).  When your donations reach a certain level, you will 
receive a letter from the people of Saihate, often with a gift attached:

10,000 bells - [Green Feather] midori no hane
50,000 bells - letter
100,000 bells - letter
200,000 bells - [Blue Feather] aoi hane
500,000 bells - [Yellow Feather] kiiroi hane
800,000 bells - [Red Feather] akai hane
1,100,000 bells - [Purple Feather] murasaki no hane
1,400,000 bells - [White Feather] shiroi hane
3,200,000 bells - letter
6,400,000 bells - [Rainbow feather] nijiiro no hane

All players in the town can contribute, but there is only one of each feather 
available per town.  You can receive only one letter after you donate, so don't 
"double up" contributions.

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40) ENVIRONMENT
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Every town is divided into 16 acres, four across by four down.  An acre 
contains 16 x 16 = 256 "spots" (places where you can dig a hole or where a 
flower or tree can grow) on the ground.

Acres are used for overall town rating and to define the boundaries of regular 
tree, cedar tree, and coconut palm growth.

Cedar trees can grow only in the northern half (eight acres) of your town.
Coconut palms can grow only in the ocean acres (four acres) of your town.

There are three general rules for all tree growth:

1) Trees will not grow immediately next to water, cliffs, other trees, rocks, 
buildings, plazas, signs, and bridges.

2) There are certain "spots" or paths where the game will not allow trees to 
grow, so that there is room for the villagers to move around when they are 
outside.

3) Each acre can have, at maximum, 24 trees.  Furthermore, each quarter-acre 
(divide each acre into four equal parts where each quarter-acre contains 8 x 8 
= 64 "spots") can have, at maximum, six trees.

It is not necessary to water saplings.  Walking on or running over saplings 
does nothing.  The only thing that matters when growing trees is location.

All trees take four days to grow to maturity.

Get rid of trees by chopping them with your Axe, then digging up the stumps 
with your Shovel.  Use a Shovel to dig up saplings.

One way to guarantee the growth of a tree is to chop down an existing tree, 
remove its stump, then plant fruit/a coconut/a sapling/money in the exact same 
spot.  This is a good way to start producing coconut palms or foreign fruit 
trees.  (Note that while using this method to start a Bell Tree will guarantee 
that the tree grows to maturity, it does not guarantee that the Bell Tree will 
successfully produce "fruit.")

You can grow flowers by planting bags of seeds purchased at the store.

Each day, up to six "brand new" flowers (not counting flowers planted by 
gardening villagers) are generated in your town.

A random number of flowers in your town wilt/wither each day, turning brown.  
If you attempt to pick a wilting/withering flower, it will disintegrate.  Bring 
them back to health by watering them; once is enough.  Otherwise, they will 
disappear.  Any precipitation, rain or snow, will water your wilting/withering 
flowers and Red Turnips.

From late February to early December, Dandelions, Dandelion Puffs, and Clovers 
may randomly appear in your town.  Dandelions will eventually turn into 
Dandelion Puffs.  When picking Clovers, they often disintegrate, but you may 
find a Four-Leaf Clover.

Flowers, Dandelions, and Dandelion Puffs can disappear by trampling (running 
over them).  Alternately, you can get rid of them by picking them and selling 
them to [Tom Nook] Tanukichi.

Also each day, three weeds will appear in your town.  You can pull them out of 
the ground.

If your town has too many weeds, enough to generate the "worst" rating, a 
Rafflesia may appear.  You cannot remove it by picking it or digging it up.  
Get rid of a Rafflesia when you move your town from a "worst" rating up to a 
"bad" rating, by removing all the weeds in at least one of your 16 acres.

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41) ENVIRONMENT REPORT
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You can monitor your town's overall rating by talking to [Pelly] Pelico or 
[Phyllis] Pelimi at the [Civic Center] Juuminka.  There are five overall 
ratings, indicated by the comments received from other villagers:

"Worst" messages:

[Pelly] Pelico -
And this one is from someone who'd rather remain nameless...
"Ugh! This place is the worst! Seriously, what's up with this town?!
Here, there, everywhere! Everything I see looks terrible!"

[Phyllis] Pelimi -
Oh, this one's written by, um, Annie Onimous...
"This town is the worst! What's up with this place?! It stinks like feet!
Feet that someone barfed on and tucked away in a locker for two months!!"
(Wow, don't feel like you have to hold back or anything!)

"Bad" messages:

[Pelly] Pelico -
"It feels odd to write this but... can't you take better care of our town?"
That's what the message says. He was holding back but his sadness is clear.

[Phyllis] Pelimi -
"I don't know if I should write this or not but...
This town could look a lot better, because... it couldn't look any worse..."
(What a jerk!)

"So-so" messages:

[Pelly] Pelico -
"Hmm... Well, it's not passing, but it's not failing either.
Like, more than milk, but not quite a milk shake, know what I mean?!"
Hmm... Sounds like there's nothing this resident likes or dislikes in 
particular.

[Phyllis] Pelimi -
"It's not perfect, but it doesn't stink. It's like bologna."
(I don't get that at all!)

"Decent" messages:

[Pelly] Pelico -
"[town] is a clean and decent place. But it feels like something's missing."
Well, at least this person sounds content. You can't be ecstatic all the time!

[Phyllis] Pelimi -
"It's a hip place, but something's missing. Don't know what."

"Perfect" messages:

[Pelly] Pelico -
"[town] is a great place to be! It's really come a long way!"
Sounds like this resident is very happy!

[Phyllis] Pelimi -
"It's just incredible! [town] has been absolutely mind-blowing!"
That's what it says.


In addition to villager comments, [Pelly] Pelico and [Phyllis] Pelimi will add 
their own comment, hinting at what should be done (in brackets):

[Pelly] Pelico -
a) I know what this is about! Those stinky flowers that are growing! 
   You really need to stay on top of those if you want to keep them at bay!
   [get rid of Rafflesia]
b) Hmm.  Maybe we need to get rid of some weeds?  It certainly couldn't hurt...
   [pick weeds]
c) Well, I think the problem is all the garbage...
   [get rid of trash]
d) Hmm... I'll bet the problem is there's too much stuff on the ground...
   [pick up items]
e) Hm, I'll bet the problem is that there are too many trees...
   [remove trees in one or more acres]
f) You know, I think if we added some green, it would really help...
   [add trees (and/or flowers) in one or more acres]
g) Everyone needs to work together if [town] is to be the best town around!
   [plant flowers in one or more acres]
h) Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could keep [town] this livable forever?!
   [maintain rating in order to get Golden Watering Can]
i) In a town as lovely as [town], working doesn't even feel like work!
   [anything, since the Golden Watering Can has already been distributed]

[Phyllis] Pelimi -
a) You know, I'll bet that gross flower is the problem. 
   You really have to work every day to prevent things like that from popping
      up.
   [get rid of Rafflesia]
b) This has to be because there are too many weeds.  I'm pretty sure about that.
   [pick weeds]
c) This is definitely about all the garbage scattered around...  Pew!
   [get rid of trash]
d) I bet there's too much stuff lying all over the place.
   [pick up items]
e) This must be because there are too many trees... (Well, maybe, anyway.)
   [remove trees in one or more acres]
f) This has got to be because of the trees! (We need more of 'em!)
   [add trees (and/or flowers) in one or more acres]
g) Well, a livable town is definitely better than one that's hard to live in.
   [plant flowers in one or more acres]
h) If you were to ask me how long this'll continue, well, I'd be skeptical.
   [maintain rating in order to get Golden Watering Can]
i) Well, it might be nice to live in a town like this...
   (Ugh... did I say that?)
   [anything, since the Golden Watering Can has already been distributed]


The overall ratings are determined by the tree, flower, and weed counts in each 
of the 16 acres.

For a "perfect" rating, at least 8 of the 16 acres must be "perfect."  The 
other acres must be "decent."

For an acre to be "perfect," it must meet these tree, flower, and weed counts:

0 trees, at least 27 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
1 tree, at least 25 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
2 trees, at least 23 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
3 trees, at least 21 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
4 trees, at least 19 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
5 trees, at least 17 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
6 trees, at least 15 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
7 trees, at least 13 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
8 trees, at least 11 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
9 trees, at least 9 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
10 trees, at least 7 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
11 trees, at least 5 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
12 trees, at least 3 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
13 trees, at least 3 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
14 trees, at least 3 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
15 trees, at least 3 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
16 trees, at least 5 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
17 trees, at least 7 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
18 trees, at least 9 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
19 trees, at least 11 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
20 trees, at least 13 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
21 trees, at least 15 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
22 trees, at least 17 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
23 trees, at least 19 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
24 trees, at least 21 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds


For a "decent" rating, all 16 acres must be "decent."

For an acre to be "decent," it must meet these tree, flower, and weed counts:

0 trees, at least 21 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
1 tree, at least 19 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
2 trees, at least 17 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
3 trees, at least 15 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
4 trees, at least 13 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
5 trees, at least 11 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
6 trees, at least 9 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
7 trees, at least 7 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
8 trees, at least 5 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
9 trees, at least 3 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
10 trees, 0 or more flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
11 trees, 0 or more flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
12 trees, 0 or more flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
13 trees, 0 or more flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
14 trees, 0 or more flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
15 trees, 0 or more flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
16 trees, 0 or more flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
17 trees, 0 or more flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
18 trees, at least 3 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
19 trees, at least 5 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
20 trees, at least 7 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
21 trees, at least 9 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
22 trees, at least 11 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
23 trees, at least 13 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
24 trees, at least 15 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds


For a "so-so" rating, all 16 acres must be "so-so."

For an acre to be "so-so," it must meet these tree, flower, and weed counts:

0 trees, at least 6 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
1 tree, at least 4 flowers, and no more than 2 weeds, or
at least 2 trees, 0 or more flowers, and no more than 2 weeds


For a "bad" rating, at least one of the 16 acres does not meet "so-so" counts.  
Also, the appearance of trash or too many items on or buried in the ground can 
trigger the "bad" rating.

For an acre to be "bad," it must not meet "so-so" counts.


For a "worst" rating, all 16 acres must be "worst."

For an acre to be "worst," it must meet these tree, flower, and weed counts:

0 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 4 weeds, or
1 tree, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 6 weeds, or
2 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 8 weeds, or
3 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 10 weeds, or
4 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 12 weeds, or
5 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 14 weeds, or
6 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 16 weeds, or
7 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 18 weeds, or
8 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 20 weeds, or
9 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 22 weeds, or
10 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 24 weeds, or
11 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 26 weeds, or
12 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 28 weeds, or
13 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 28 weeds, or
14 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 28 weeds, or
15 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 28 weeds, or
16 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 26 weeds, or
17 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 24 weeds, or
18 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 22 weeds, or
19 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 20 weeds, or
20 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 18 weeds, or
21 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 16 weeds, or
22 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 14 weeds, or
23 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 12 weeds, or
24 trees, no more than 2 flowers, and at least 10 weeds


What "counts:"
...live saplings count as trees
...dead/dying saplings do not count as trees, nor as trash
...partially grown trees count as trees
...tree stumps do not count as trees, nor as trash
...wilting/withering flowers count as flowers
...[Jacob's Ladders] Suzuran count as flowers
...wilting/withering [Jacob's Ladders] Suzuran do not count as flowers
...[Dandelions] Tanpopo count as flowers
...[Dandelion Puffs] Tanpopo no wataba do not count as flowers, nor as weeds
...[Four-Leaf Clovers] Yotsuba no kuroba do not count as flowers, nor as weeds
...[Clovers] Kuroba do not count as flowers, nor as weeds

Patterns on the ground have no effect on the environment report.


More than two weeds in an acre will change the acre's status (e.g., from 
"perfect" to "decent").  Flowers can "cancel" weeds (and vice versa), one-for-
one.

An acre's status determines how many items on the ground will be tolerated 
before triggering the "too much stuff" comment (or dropping to a lower rating).
If there are only eight "perfect" acres, only two items on the ground per acre 
will be tolerated.  Otherwise, an acre's tree count determines how many items 
on the ground will be tolerated:
...acres with 12 to 15 trees can tolerate seven items on the ground
...acres with 11 or 16 trees can tolerate five items on the ground
...acres with 10 or 17 trees can tolerate three items on the ground
Flowers can "cancel" items on the ground, one-for-one.

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42) PERFECT TOWN
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Overall town rating uses acres.  An acre contains 16 x 16 = 256 "spots" (places 
where you can dig a hole or where a flower or tree can grow) on the ground.  
There are 16 acres in each town, four across and four down.  When mapping acres 
start counting spots from both the northeast and northwest corners.  Place 
designs on the ground to mark acre boundaries.

For a "perfect" town rating, at least 8 of the 16 acres must have the following 
("perfect" level):

0 trees and 27 or more flowers, or
1 tree and 25 or more flowers, or
2 trees and 23 or more flowers, or
3 trees and 21 or more flowers, or
4 trees and 19 or more flowers, or
5 trees and 17 or more flowers, or
6 trees and 15 or more flowers, or
7 trees and 13 or more flowers, or
8 trees and 11 or more flowers, or
9 trees and 9 or more flowers, or
10 trees and 7 or more flowers, or
11 trees and 5 or more flowers, or
12 trees and 3 or more flowers, or
13 trees and 3 or more flowers, or
14 trees and 3 or more flowers, or
15 trees and 3 or more flowers, or
16 trees and 5 or more flowers, or
17 trees and 7 or more flowers, or
18 trees and 9 or more flowers, or
19 trees and 11 or more flowers, or
20 trees and 13 or more flowers, or
21 trees and 15 or more flowers, or
22 trees and 17 or more flowers, or
23 trees and 19 or more flowers, or
24 trees and 21 or more flowers

The other acres must have the following ("decent" level):

0 trees and at least 21 flowers, or
1 tree and at least 19 flowers, or
2 trees and at least 17 flowers, or
3 trees and at least 15 flowers, or
4 trees and at least 13 flowers, or
5 trees and at least 11 flowers, or
6 trees and at least 9 flowers, or
7 trees and at least 7 flowers, or
8 trees and at least 5 flowers, or
9 trees and at least 3 flowers, or
10 trees and 0 or more flowers, or
11 trees and 0 or more flowers, or
12 trees and 0 or more flowers, or
13 trees and 0 or more flowers, or
14 trees and 0 or more flowers, or
15 trees and 0 or more flowers, or
16 trees and 0 or more flowers, or
17 trees and 0 or more flowers, or
18 trees and at least 3 flowers, or
19 trees and at least 5 flowers, or
20 trees and at least 7 flowers, or
21 trees and at least 9 flowers, or
22 trees and at least 11 flowers, or
23 trees and at least 13 flowers, or
24 trees and at least 15 flowers

Do not allow more than 2 weeds in each acre.

Do not allow more than 2 items (other than fruit, acorns or shells) on the 
ground in each acre.

Do not leave trash on or buried in the ground.

Remember to water your wilting/withering flowers so they won't disappear.  

Maintain "perfect" status for 15 days to get the Golden Watering Can on the 
next day.

A flower that looks like droopy white tulips, [Jacob's Ladder] Suzuran, can 
appear randomly in your town only when you have a "perfect" environment report.

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43) HYBRID FLOWERS
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By planting certain combinations of flowers near each other (vertically, 
horizontally, or diagonally), you may create hybrid flowers.  Here are the 
required combinations:

Pink Cosmos = Red Cosmos + White Cosmos
Orange Cosmos = Red Cosmos + Yellow Cosmos
Black Cosmos = Red Cosmos + Red Cosmos
Orange Pansies = Red Pansies + Yellow Pansies
Purple Pansies = Red Pansies + Red Pansies
Blue Pansies = White Pansies + White Pansies
Pink Tulips = Red Tulips + White Tulips
Purple Tulips = Red Tulips + Yellow Tulips
Black Tulips = Red Tulips + Red Tulips  OR  Yellow Tulips + Yellow Tulips
Pink Roses = Red Roses + White Roses
Orange Roses = Red Roses + Yellow Roses
Purple Roses = White Roses + White Roses
Black Roses = Red Roses + Red Roses
Blue Roses = Black Roses + Purple Roses
Gold Roses = water wilting/withering Black Roses with the Golden Watering Can

Gold Roses never wilt, though they can disappear after trampling.

Hybrids can spawn their parents.  For example. Orange Cosmos next to Orange 
Cosmos can spawn Orange Cosmos, Red Cosmos, or Yellow Cosmos.

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44) BELL TREES
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You can grow trees that bear money instead of fruit!

You need a Golden Shovel.  Plant a regular Shovel, then dig it up on the next 
day, anytime after 6am, to find it turned golden.

With your Golden Shovel, dig a hole, then bury a bag of money (e.g., 10,000 
bells).  After four days, check your tree to see if it bears money.  If so, 
harvest it to add to your wealth.

No matter how much money you plant, a bell tree sprouts three 30,000-bell bags 
(if the tree is successful).  Also, it bears "fruit" only once.  After the 
money is harvested, the tree functions as a regular tree.

Bell trees do not always work.  The greater the amount of money buried, the 
greater the chances of growing a successful bell tree.

Bell trees follow the same rules for tree growth, and they take the same amount 
of time to mature as all other trees:  four days.

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45) NINTENDO WFC LETTERS
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You can receive letters from Nintendo!  To get them, you must enable downloads 
using the Telephone in your attic bedroom.  Connect to Nintendo Wi-Fi 
Connection (WFC) by either opening your Gate or attempting to visit another 
town.  If you connect during the time period that the letter is being 
distributed, it will appear in your mailbox.

Here are some of the items distributed via letters by Nintendo of Japan to Oide 
yo Doubutsu no Mori players:

On November 23, 2005:  an Orange Knit Hat (Labor Day in Japan) (on Snowy Paper)
On November 25, 2005:  a Beret (on Maple-Leaf Paper)
In early December 2005:  a Festive Tree (on Card Paper)
On December 11, 2005:  a Latin Uniform (on Snowy Paper)
In mid-December 2005:  a Stache & Glasses (on Tile Paper)
On December 24, 2005:  a 1UP Mushroom (for Christmas) (on Elegant Paper)
In late December 2005:  a Mop (on Cool Paper)
On December 31, 2005:  a Flagpole (from Iwata) (for New Year's Day) (on New
                       Year's Cards)
On January 7, 2006:  a Chef's Hat (Seven Spring Herbs Day in Japan) (on Polka
                     Dot Paper)
In mid-January 2006:  a Mask (on Tartan Paper)
In late January 2006:  a Roman Helmet (on Night Sky Paper)
On February 14, 2006:  Chocolates (Valentine's Day in Japan) (on Lovely Paper)
???
On May 3, 2006:  10,000 bells (Golden Week in Japan) (on Petal Paper)
On July 27, 2006:  a Lacy Parasol (on Cloudy Paper)
On August 18, 2006:  a Writing Desk (on Fireworks Paper)
On November 23, 2006:  a Birthday Cake (game anniversary) (on Birthday Cards)
In early January 2007:  a 1UP Mushroom (for New Year's Day) (on New Year's
                        Cards)
??? 2008: a Fire Bar (for ???) (on Goldfish Paper)
??? 2009: a Mushroom Mural (for New Year's Day) (on New Year's Cards)


Here are items distributed by Nintendo of America (Australia) to North American 
(Australian) version players:

late November 2005:  a Crown (only to selected test recipients)
January 12, 2006:  a Coin (from Iwata) (for New Year's Day) (on New Year's
                   Cards)
January 26, 2006:  a "glitched" Red Tulips (on Butterfly Paper)
February 13, 2006:  1,000 bells (on Snowy Paper)
February 14, 2006:  a Lovely Loveseat (Valentine's Day) (on Lovely Paper)
February 21, 2006:  a Top Hat (from Tortimer) (for President's Day) (on
                    Tortimer Paper)
May 5, 2006:  a Sombrero (Cinco de Mayo) (on Fireworks Paper)
May 8, 2006:  a Daffodil (for Mother's Day) (on Butterfly Paper)
July 27, 2006:  a Sleeping Bag (on Mushroom Paper)
August 1, 2006:  a Lawn Chair (on Fireworks Paper)
August 14, 2006:  a Jade Check Print (on Notebook Paper)
August 18, 2006:  a Combat Helmet (on Vine Paper)
September 1, 2006:  a Kayak (for Labor Day) (on Cloudy Paper)
September 8, 2006:  an Arwing (on Star Paper)
September 15, 2006:  a Sandbag (on Notebook Paper)
September 28, 2006:  a Candy Machine (on Hamburger Paper)
September 29, 2006:  a Fall Leaf Shirt (on Forest Paper)
October 6, 2006:  a Sewing Machine (on Town View Paper)
October 20, 2006:  a Watermelon Chair (on Maple Leaf Paper)
November 17, 2006:  a Master Sword (on Forest Paper)
November 23, 2006:  a Bowling Pins (on Nook Paper)
December 8, 2006:  a Red Pom-Pom Hat (on Snowman Paper)
December 22, 2006:  a Bonfire (on Snowy Paper)
January 5, 2007:  one New Year's Cards (on Fireworks Paper)
January 12, 2007:  a Lucky Cat (on Goldfish Paper)
January 19, 2007:  a Big Star Shirt (on Rainbow Paper)
January 27, 2007:  20,000 bells (on Card Paper)
February 6, 2007:  a Cityscape Wall (on Night Sky Paper)
February 12, 2007:  a Lovely Chair (for Valentine's Day) (on Lovely Paper)
February 16, 2007:  a Jester's Cap (for Mardi Gras) (on Sparkly Paper)
March 2, 2007:  a Bottled Ship (on Chic Paper)
March 9, 2007:  a Huge Shades (on Airmail Paper)
March 16, 2007:  a Green Rug (on Four-Leaf Paper)
March 23, 2007:  a Mop (on ???)
March 30, 2007:  a Massage Chair (on ???)
April 20, 2007:  a Retro Stereo (on Airmail Paper)
April 27, 2007:  a Straw Hat (on Butterfly Paper)
June 1, 2007:  a Backyard Pool (on Cool Paper)
June 25, 2007:  a Puffy Hat (on Buttercup Paper)
July 16, 2007:  a Refrigerator (on Notebook Paper)
August 8, 2007:  no gift attached (on Fireworks Paper)


Here are items distributed by Nintendo of Europe to European version players:

April 12, 2006:  a Green Pipe (for Easter)
July 12, 2006:  a Fire Flower


The author does not know what items, if any, were distributed by Nintendo of 
Korea to Korean version players.

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46) MARIO THEME
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From December 9 to December 26, 2005, six Mario Theme furniture items were 
available to download (unlock) using Tag Mode via Nintendo's DS Download 
Service in Japan.  The items appeared in the game attached to bottled messages 
from Tortimer.

The items do not appear in the catalog.

Here are their names, their size (small=one space, medium=two spaces, 
large=four spaces), their purchase price/selling price, their colors, their 
genres, and any additional info:

[Super Mushroom] Kinoko or Mushroom, small, none/256, yellow/red, old 
school/lovely, makes sound

[Coin] Koin, small, none/256, yellow/yellow, old school/lovely, flashes and 
makes sound

[Starman] Suta or Star, small, none/256, yellow/yellow, old school/lovely, 
flashes and sounds music

[? Block] Hatena burokku, small, none/256, yellow/yellow, old school/lovely, 
flashes and makes sound, can place items on

[Fire Bar] Faia ba, small, none/256, red/brown, old school/lovely, spins and 
sounds music

[Koopa Shell] Nokonoko no koura, small, none/256, green/green, old 
school/lovely, makes sound



The following item was available to download (unlock) by connecting to Nintendo 
WFC.  It was attached to letters from Nintendo near Christmas 2005:

[1-Up Mushroom] 1UP kinoko, small, none/256, yellow/green, old school/lovely, 
makes sound



The following item was available to download (unlock) by connecting to Nintendo 
WFC.  It was attached to letters from Nintendo near New Year's Eve 2005:

[Flagpole] Hata or Flag, small, none/256, white/brown, old school/lovely, flag 
moves and makes sound



From February 2 to February 19, 2006, six additional Mario Theme items were 
available to download (unlock) using Tag Mode via Nintendo's DS Download 
Service in Japan:

[Brick Block] Renga burokku, small, none/256, brown/brown, old school/lovely, 
can place items on

[Cannon] Kirahoudai, small, none/256, black/black, old school/lovely, fires 
Bullet Bill

[Fire Flower] Faia furawa, small, none/256, white/colorful, old school/lovely, 
changes color and makes sound

[Green Pipe] Dokan or Pipe, large, none/256, green/green, old school/lovely, 
piranha plant moves and makes sound

[Mushroom Mural] Supa mario no kabe or Super Mario Wall

[Block Floor] Supa mario no yuka or Super Mario Floor



Here is where Japanese DS Download Service notices for OyDnM appear:
http://www.nintendo.co.jp/ds/ds_station/dl_service/index.html#doubutsu

The author missed any notices from April to June 2006.

Here are the dates during which items were made available to download (unlock) 
using Tag Mode via Nintendo's DS Download Service in Japan:

July 6 to July 19, 2006:  the Starman and Green Pipe
July 20 to August 2, 2006:  the Koopa Shell and ? Block
August 3 to August 16, 2006:  the Coin and Block Floor
August 17 to August 30, 2006: the Fire Bar and Flagpole
August 31 to September 13, 2006:  the Brick Block and Mushroom Mural
September 14 to September 27, 2006:  the Super Mushroom and Cannon
September 28 to October 11, 2006:  the Fire Flower and 1-Up Mushroom



In June and July 2006, the Fire Bar, Flagpole, Green Pipe, 1-Up Mushroom, ? 
Block, and Starman were available to download (unlock) using Tag Mode via DS 
Download Stations in Australia during the Nintendo DS Connection Tour '06.  The 
items appeared in the game attached to bottled messages from Katrina.

Starting in July 2006, the Cannon, Flagpole, Starman, Super Mushroom, and 
Mushroom Mural were available to download (unlock) using Tag Mode (Contact 
Mode) via DS Download Stations in the United Kingdom and Ireland (and, possibly,
other European countries).  The items appeared in the game attached to bottled 
messages from Katrina.

From July 23 to July 30, 2006, the Fire Bar, Flagpole, Green Pipe, 1-Up 
Mushroom, ? Block, and Starman were available to download (unlock) using Tag 
Mode via DS Download Stations in Toys 'R' Us stores in the United States.  The 
items appeared in the game attached to bottled messages from Katrina.

Starting in July 2006, the Fire Bar, Flagpole, Green Pipe, 1-Up Mushroom, ? 
Block, and Starman are available to download (unlock) using Tag Mode via DS 
Download Station at the Nintendo World store in New York City.  The items 
appear in the game attached to bottled messages from Katrina.

Starting August 30, 2006, the Fire Bar, Flagpole, Green Pipe, 1-Up Mushroom, ? 
Block, and Starman were available to download (unlock) using Tag Mode via DS 
Download Stations ("Hotspots") in retail stores in Australia.  The items 
appeared in the game attached to bottled messages from Katrina.

Starting in January 2007, the ???, ???, ???, ???, ???, and ??? were available 
to download (unlock) using Tag Mode (Contact Mode) via DS Download Stations in 
the United Kingdom and Ireland (and, possibly, other European countries).  The 
items appeared in the game attached to bottled messages from Katrina.

From January 29 to February 20, 2008, items were available to download (unlock) 
using Tag Mode via DS Download Stations in Korea.

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47) BLUE FALCON AND PIKMIN
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From March 2 to March 22, 2006, the following two items were available to 
download (unlock) using Tag Mode via Nintendo's DS Download Service in Japan:

[Blue Falcon] Buru farukon, large/256, blue/blue, modern/chic, revs up and 
hovers

[Pikmin] Pikumin, medium, none/256, brown/colorful, modern/lovely, Lucky, 
flowers wiggle and makes sound



Starting in July 2006, the Pikmin was available to download (unlock) using Tag 
Mode (Contact Mode) via DS Download Stations in the United Kingdom and Ireland 
(and, possibly, other European countries).  The item appeared in the game 
attached to a bottled message from Katrina.

From July 14 to 16, 2007, the Blue Falcon and Pikmin were available to download 
(unlock) using Tag Mode via DS Download Stations at the Wii & DS event at the 
Panasonic Center in Tokyo.

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48) TAG MODE
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Tag Mode (Contact Mode in the European version) is a way to exchange Bottled 
Messages with another player who also has their game in Tag Mode (or with a 
Nintendo DS Download Station).  Since Tag Mode uses only DS-to-DS communication,
both players need to be within DS-to-DS range, about 30 feet, of each other.  
In addition to exchanging Bottled Messages, the players may also gain 
constellations or villagers from the other town.

1) Purchase a Bottle from [Tom Nook] Tanukichi.
2) Write a message for your bottle.
3) Release the Bottled Message into the ocean or river.
4) Save and quit your game.
5) Start the game, and at the main menu, select "Tag Mode."
6) Meet [Rover] Mishiranuneko (or Unknown Cat) and follow his instructions.
7) Close your DS to put it in Sleep Mode.
8) Open your DS after you believe you have "met" another player.
9) Finish talking to [Rover] Mishiranuneko (or Unknown Cat) and load your game.
10) Search your beach to find the new Bottled Message.

Bottled Messages can also travel when you visit another player's town or if 
another player visits you, either via the Internet or via DS-to-DS 
communication.  The difference is that with Tag Mode, you can direct the 
Bottled Message to a specific town.

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49) IMMIGRATION
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You can move your player from one town to another, but only using DS-to-DS 
communication.

If there is only one player in your "old" town, the "old" town will be erased.  
If there is no "new" town established on the destination game card, you will 
create a new town "from scratch."

Items stored in a storage device (e.g., dresser or wardrobe) and music you 
input into a music player (e.g., Tape Deck) will not move with you.

You will lose your player's Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection settings; you can 
establish new ones from the new town.  Your Friends Roster will remain intact, 
though you will have to give your friends your new Friend Code (and town name) 
in order to connect with them.

Follow these steps:

1) Go to the [Civic Center] Juuminka and select Moving.

2) Place the game card, of the town to which you are moving, in immigration 
mode by selecting Other Things, then Immigration, then Start to begin the DS-
to-DS communication.

3) Start your player's immigration by selecting Start (back at the [Civic 
Center] Juuminka) to begin the DS-to-DS communication.

4) Exchange small talk with [Kapp'n] Untenshu.
...a. Are the date & time correct? (if you are first to move into the village)
......i. Yup!
......ii. Nope
.........1. [enter time]
.........2. You're sure?
............a. Perfect!
............b. No! No! No!
...b. It's been raining a long time, don't you think?
......i. Yeah
......ii. Nah
...c. Where are you headed? (if you are first to move into the village)
......i. [enter village name]
......ii. You're going to [village name]?
.........1. Yup!
.........2. No!
...d. Why are you going to [village]?
......i. I'm moving
......ii. I'm visiting
...e. What made you choose [village]? (if you are first to move in)
......i. Beach
......ii. Public Offices
......iii. Shopping
......iv. Barrier
......v. Museum

5) Speak with the "new" [Pelly] Pelico.
...a. She shows you where the house is on the map.

6) Enter your house, then exit and speak with the "new" [Tom Nook] Tanukichi.  
You will not have to complete his tasks again.

Items you are holding, wearing, or carrying will come with you.  Any money, 
letters and patterns in your inventory will also transfer.

Any saved letters will also follow you to your new town.  Your Savings Account 
and Point System balances will transfer.  Lastly, your store catalog will 
remain intact.

The credit for items donated to the Museum will change to "so-and-so."

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50) TV PROGRAM LISTING
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All televisions display the same programming, as if there is only one channel 
available.  Here is the list of available TVs:
...Robo-TV (largest screen)
...Snowman TV
...Mushroom TV
...Apple TV
...TV with a VCR
...Wide-Screen TV
...Retro TV

Here is the television program listing:

6:00am  MTWTFSS nyusu or News
6:45am  MTWTFSS tenkiyohou or Weather Forecast
7:00am  MTWTFS  nyusu or News
              S kodomo bangumi or Child Program
7:45am  MTWTFS  tenkiyohou or Weather Forecast
8:00am  MTWTF   dorama or Drama
             S  baraeti or Variety
              S kankyou or Environment
8:30am  MTWTF   kankyou or Environment
9:00am       S  kankyou or Environment
              S kuizu bangumi or Quiz Program
10:00am MTWTFS  kodomo bangumi or Child Program
              S baraeti or Variety
11:00am MTWTFSS nyusu or News
11:45am MTWTFSS tenkiyohou or Weather Forecast
12:00pm MTWTFS  baraeti or Variety
              S kodomo bangumi or Child Program
1:00pm  MTWTF   dorama or Drama
              S supotsu or Sports
1:30pm  M WT    baraeti or Variety
2:00pm       S  kankyou or Environment
3:00pm  MTWTF   kankyou or Environment
             S  supotsu or Sports
              S kuizu bangumi or Quiz Program
4:00pm  MTWTF   kodomo bangumi or Child Program
              S kankyou or Environment
5:00pm  MTWTFSS baraeti or Variety
6:00pm  MTWTFSS nyusu or News
6:45pm  MTWTFSS tenkiyohou or Weather Forecast
7:00pm  M  T    baraeti or Variety
         T  F S supotsu or Sports
          W     kodomo bangumi or Child Program
             S  kuizu bangumi or Quiz Program
8:00pm  M       kuizu bangumi or Quiz Program
          W     ongaku bangumi or Music Program
           T    kankyou or Environment
             S  baraeti or Variety
9:00pm  MTWTF   dorama or Drama
             SS eiga or Movie
10:00pm MTWTF   nyusu or News
10:45pm MTWTFSS tenkiyohou or Weather Forecast
11:00pm M  T    baraeti or Variety
         T      kankyou or Environment
          W F   kuizu bangumi or Quiz Program
             SS nyusu or News
12:00am  T  F   baraeti or Variety
          W     kankyou or Environment
             S  ongaku bangumi or Music Program
1:00am   T   S  eiga or Movie
          W     ongaku bangumi or Music Program
           T    supotsu or Sports
            F   kankyou or Environment

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51) OBSERVATIONS
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The Nintendo title screen is in blue, instead of red.  In the Korean version, 
the title screen is white.

If [Tom Nook] Tanukichi should inexplicably refuse to let you order from your 
catalog, empty the mailboxes of all the players who live in town.  Apparently, 
a full mailbox for one of the players prevents anyone from placing catalog 
orders.

Press the "A," "B," "X," "Y", "Start," or "Select" buttons, when you are 
sitting on a chair or lying down and there is another player in town, to say 
pre-selected phrases:
...A: fu- or Phew!
...B: iikanji or Good feeling!
...X: doite- or Outta my way!
...Y: orirenaiyo or I can't get down!
...Select: ugokenaiyo or I can't move!
...Start: sebu shitaiyo or I want to save

Press "A" while you see a shooting star (and while you are not holding a tool 
or umbrella) to receive a Spotlight item as a present in the mail from [Wishy 
the Star] Ohoshisama.  Shooting stars can appear on cloudy, as well as clear, 
nights.

Spotlight items will appear at [Toom Nook's] Tanukichi's store only if more 
than one player has been created.

There is no way to determine whether a painting in [Crazy Redd's] Tsunekichi's 
tent is counterfeit or genuine prior to purchase.

[Gracie's] Grace's "fashionista badges" or Certificates come with a numerical 
score, 0 to 100 percent.

Present-carrying balloons float across the top of your town every day from 10am 
until 4pm.  They randomly appear only when the time (hour:minute) ends in 4 
(e.g., 10:04, 2:54, etc.).

The [King Tut Wig] Tsutankamen is "cursed."  It makes your player trip and fall 
while running.

Your player can tan if you play during sunlight during the second half of July, 
during August, or during the first half of September.  The tan starts to fade, 
slowly, whenever you hold an umbrella, you play indoors, you play at night, you 
do not play for a day or more, or when you play after mid-September.

There is no ink gauge when writing letters.

When ending the game, the screen does not "hang up" (wait for a tap of the 
stylus or a press on the "A" button) on the "Come back and see us again 
anytime!" dialog bubble, but continues to the blackout followed by the title 
images.

The 12:00 to 1:00 hour displays with "00" instead of "12."  For example, 
12:24am appears as "00:24," and 12:45pm appears as "00:45."

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52) GUIDES AND GUIDE MISTAKES
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Four Japanese guides for Oide yo Doubutsu no Mori have been published:

The Nintendo guide (ISBN4-0910-6279-2), 2006, 224 pages, 5.75x8.25 in.
The NintendoDREAM guide (ISBN4-8399-1978-X), 2005, 176 pages, 5.75x8.25 in.
The Enterbrain guide (ISBN4-7577-2612-0), 2005, 189 pages, 5.75x8.25 in.
The MediaWorks guide (ISBN4-8402-3317-9), 2005, 240 pages, 5.75x8.25 in.

More information can be found here:
http://www.nintendo.co.jp/ds/admj/guidebook/index.html


Also, a book containing 70 patterns that can be used for clothes, wallpaper, 
carpeting, hats, umbrellas, flags, and the ground was published by Enterbrain 
(ISBN4-7577-2714-3, 2006, 162 pages, 5.75x8.25 in.).


Two Nintendo guides for Animal Crossing: Wild World, both with identical 
content in English, have been published:

The American guide (ISBN159812005-0), 2005, 160 pages, 8.5x11 in.
The European guide (ISBN3-937336-53-2), 2006, 160 pages, A4

Unfortunately, these guides, like virtually all player's guides, contain some 
mistakes.  The following is an attempt to list these mistakes with relevant 
correct information:

page 5, under "Immigration," it says "Select Immigration to have your saved 
character move to a town on another DS game card."  Actually, you select 
Immigration to have a player from another town move to your game card.

page 6, under "Welcome Aboard!" it says "a parrot named Kapp'n."  Kapp'n is a 
sea turtle, not a parrot.

page 6, the texts of Kapp'n's comment and its responses are different than 
those pictured under "Fan of the Rain?"

page 8, under "Keyboard," it says "the pen icon on the upper screen indicates 
your ink supply."  Actually, the ink gauge is on the lower screen.

page 9, under "The Second Floor," it says "You can't place items in this room."
This is misleading because you can replace your bed with other beds or other 
furniture on which your player can lie down (e.g., the Weight Bench).

page 11, under "The Town Bulletin Board," the text should read "select Post" 
instead of "select New Message."

page 14, under "Nook's Shop Upgrades," it repeatedly talks about spending or 
purchasing a certain number of bells before Tom Nook will upgrade.  This is 
misleading because selling also contributes to meeting the upgrade threshold 
amounts.

page 14, under "Nookington's" it says "The final expansion will require someone 
who's visiting your town wirelessly to buy at least one item."  The expansion 
can also occur if a visitor sells something at your store.

page 15, under "Tom Nook's Point System," the points earned to receive the Nook 
'n Go Model/5% Store Discount should be "5,000" instead of "3,000."

page 15, under "Personal Catalog," it says "Products ordered from the catalog 
will be delivered to your house the next day."  Actually, orders can arrive on 
the same day of order.

page 20, under "Get the Museum Model," it says "The roommate who stocks the 
museum with the most fish, paintings, fossils and insects will be rewarded with 
the museum model."  In fact, all roommates will receive the Museum Model when 
the Museum is complete.

page 23, under "Get the Golden Rod," it says "which increases the "reel in" 
time by five seconds."  Actually, the "reel in" time increases by only 0.5 
seconds.

page 23, under "Enter the Fishing Tournament," it says "the fishing tournaments 
[are] held five times a year."  In fact, there are eight fishing tournaments 
each year.

page 24, under "Where the Bugs Roam," the "complete accounting of areas" does 
not include "On Villagers" where you catch Fleas.

page 26, under "Get the Golden Shovel," it says "leave it there for a full 
day."  This is misleading because the buried shovel turns golden at 6am the 
following morning.

page 26, under "Get the Golden Shovel," the sentence, "A money tree will take 
about a week to reach maturity" is misleading.  The money tree will take the 
same amount of time to mature as all other trees:  four days.

page 26, under "Planting Flowers," it says "dig up wild flower from around town 
and replant them."  Unfortunately, if you dig up a flower, it will disappear.  
You need to pick up flowers, using the "B" button instead of a Shovel, in order 
to replant them.

page 27, under "Drink Up," it says, "Equip the watering can and press the A 
Button (or tap with the stylus) near a flower or sapling to water it."  
Watering saplings has no effect on the growth of trees.

page 28, under "Shoot it Down," the parenthetical phrase, "usually a rare 
item," is misleading.  Balloon presents are usually items regularly on display 
and available for purchase at Tom Nook's store as opposed to rarer items like 
Spotlight items or items available for purchase only from Crazy Redd.

page 29, under "Who Sells Seashells?"  While the Scallop is definitely a type 
of shell, it's misleading to not clarify that it cannot "wash up on the shore."

page 31, under "Lending a Helping Hand," it mentions "retrieving an item they 
lent to a friend" as a possible errand.  Villagers will never ask you to 
retrieve something they lent to another villager.

page 33, under "Punchy," his personality is "Normal."  It should be "Lazy" 
instead.

page 33, under "Kabuki," his personality is "Jock."  It should be "Cranky" 
instead.

page 35, the elephant's name should be "Big Top" instead of "Dr. Trunk."

page 36, under "Boone," his personality is "Cranky."  It should be "Jock" 
instead.

page 38, under "Hugh," his tag phrase is "snortie."  It should be "snortle" 
instead.

page 39, under "Caroline," her personality is "Lazy."  It should be "Normal" 
instead.

page 40, under "Making Requests," it states that "some of which he'll play only 
as special requests."  In fact, there are no songs that can be obtained only by 
specifically requesting them.

page 40, under "Music Requests List for K.K. Slider," the list omits the 
exclamation point after Go K.K. Rider! and omits K.K. Parade.

page 41, the "Redd's Items" list omits the Triforce and includes the Famous 
Painting, which is a Spotlight Item.

page 42, under "Cornimer," it states that "He'll pay 100 bells per acorn."  In 
fact, Tom Nook will pay varying amounts depending on which type of acorn is 
being sold:
Rotten Acorn - 2 bells
Small Acorn - 50 bells
Acorn - 80 bells
Round Acorn - 100 bells
Large Acorn - 200 bells

page 42, the "Cornimer's Gift" list omits the Forest Wall and the Forest Floor.

page 42, under "Pascal," it says "ask Booker for specifics."  Booker will say 
nothing about Pascal.

page 42, under "Pascal," it says he "appears on the beach once a week."  This 
is not true.

page 42, the "Pascal's Gift" list should include "Ship Deck" instead of "Sea 
Deck."

page 43, under "Gracie," it states, "If you answer her questions, she'll give 
you a shirt design and send you an evaluation in the mail."  In fact, only 5 of 
the 8 ranks of evaluation will be accompanied by a shirt.  It states further 
that "The shirt will be a regular design that you may see at the Able Sisters' 
shop."  In fact, the shirt may be the Moldy Shirt, which is never for sale at 
Able Sisters.

page 44, under "The Lost Kitten," it says you "Must visit another town."  The 
lost kitten event can also be triggered after another player visits your town.

page 44, under "Wireless Rangers to the Rescue," it avers that "you must visit 
another town via local wireless play."  This is not true since the Katie and 
Kaitlin event may be triggered from Internet wireless play as well.

page 45, under "Gulliver," the time "12:00pm" should be replaced with "the 
following 6:00am."

page 45, under "Gulliver," it says "ask Booker for specifics."  Booker will say 
nothing about Gulliver.

page 45, under "Gulliver," it says "Booker will also let you know Gulliver has 
been sighted."  Booker will say nothing about Gulliver.

page 45, under "UFO Part," it says that "You'll find the UFO parts buried in 
the ground."  This is not true because the UFO parts will be found on top of 
the ground.

page 45, the "Gulliver's Gift" list omits the Metroid.

page 46, under "Snowman," it says snowballs appear "Every day from December 25 
to mid February."  In fact, snowballs appear from December 11 until February 24.

page 46, the "Snowman's Gift" list omits the Snowman Floor and the Snowman.

page 46, the "Blanca" section seems to be saying that Blanca appears only 
during wireless play.  In fact, Blanca does not appear when your Gate is open.

page 51, while the "A Note in a Bottle" section is factually correct, it may 
leave the reader under the impression that bottled messages are sent only via 
Tag Mode (which uses only local wireless communication).  Bottled messages also 
travel via Internet wireless play and via DS-to-DS wireless play without Tag 
Mode.

page 52, under "Ringy-Dingy!" it says "if she visits your town during wireless 
play, you'll get a chance to draw her face."  Blanca does not appear when your 
Gate is open.

page 52, under "The Lost-Kitten Scenario," it says, "The lost kitten (Katie) 
will be wandering around the host town, while the mother (Kaitlin) will be 
inquiring in the visitor's town."  The player with Katie must bring her to the 
town with Kaitlin.  That makes the player with Katie the visitor, not the host.
Also, Katie does not wander around town; you will find her crying in one place.

page 55, the Save Room, 2nd Floor, 2nd Room, 3rd Room, and 4th Room all contain 
6 x 6 = 36 squares instead of the 4 x 4 = 16 squares pictured.

page 56, under "Feng Shui Me!" it says, "Some items will give you good luck no 
matter what..."  This is misleading since Lucky items have no effect on feng 
shui.

page 56, the "Special Lucky Items" list erroneously includes the Bug Trophy, 
Fish Trophy, Flower Trophy, and Lucky Gold Cat, and omits the Arwing, Four-Leaf 
Clover, Master Sword, Scarab Beetle, and Triforce.

page 57, the main idea of the  "Don't Mix Your Series and Theme Items, People!" 
section is wrong.  There are no HRA Penalty points for mixing furniture from 
different Series and Themes.

page 57, under "Finish Furniture Sets," it states "don't mix furniture sets 
with other series, themes or sets."  There are no HRA Penalty points for mixing 
Set furniture with furniture from different Series, Themes, or Sets.

page 57, under "Place Rare Items in Your Home," the phrase "but some will" is 
misleading.  No prize or gift from a contest or special event will affect the 
HRA scoring for any Series, Theme, or Set.

page 57, under "Walls and Floors," the sentence "You will also find carpeting 
and wallpaper designs that go well with furniture sets" is misleading.  There 
are no HRA Bonus points for pairing any wallpaper or carpeting with any 
particular furniture Set.

page 57, under "Neat Freaks," recommends not leaving "clothing lying on the 
floor."  There are no HRA Penalty points for clothes placed in the house.

page 57, under "Neat Freaks," shows a picture with a can of paint on the floor.
Cans of paint are not available in this game.

page 57, under "Watch Out for Cockroaches!" the phrase "The HRA won't stand for 
that" is misleading.  There are no HRA Penalty points for having cockroaches in 
your home.

page 58, under "Secrets of the HRA Revealed!" mentions "as well as bonus points 
for reaching specific milestones such as house upgrades."  There are no HRA 
Bonus points for upgrading your home.

page 58, the entry for "Neighbor Gift" (meaning the Birthday Cake) should read 
"1,111 Points" instead of "1,000 Points."

page 58, under "Description," the phrase "All items available at Redd's Tent 
(except counterfeit paintings)" is misleading.  This entry refers to furniture, 
other than paintings (whether counterfeit or "real"), available for purchase 
only from Crazy Redd.  It does not refer to furniture regularly on display and 
available for purchase from Tom Nook's Store.

page 58, the HRA Bonus table's bonus amounts are all wrong.  The table also 
omits the Feng Shui, Color, Genre, Category, and Lucky bonuses.

page 58, the footnote states that "The Necessities of Life include a bed, table,
chair, wardrobe, and dresser/bureau."  The Basic Necessities does not include a 
bed.

page 60, under "Creating Designs," mentions "creating cool new designs for 
clothes, walls, doors, and just about anything else."  Designs cannot be placed 
on doors.

page 60, under "The Sisters of Style," mentions "receive her pic."  Sable's Pic 
is not available in the game.

page 61, under palette 13/16, the ninth color should be a blue instead of a 
brown.

page 78, under "Color paletter 13/16," the ninth color should be a blue instead 
of a brown.

page 81, the "Complete Items List" omits the Nintendo Set, which includes the 
Arwing, Master Sword, Metroid, and Triforce.

page 98, the Steam Roller is available from Redd's Tent, not from Tom Nook's 
Shop.

page 124, under "Wallpaper and Flooring Patterns from Saharah," it says 
"Saharah will come to your town more often than other visitors."  This is not 
true.

page 140, including Bottle Paper may be misleading since it does not appear in 
your catalog.

page 141, the Elegant Paper has a price of 800 bells, not 160 bells.

pages 142 through 144, here are the correct times of day for insect 
availability:

Common Butterfly - March to June, 4am to 7pm - July to August, 8am to 5pm -
                   September, 8am to 4pm
Yellow Butterfly - March to June, 4am to 7pm - July to August, 8am to 5pm -
                   September, 8am to 4pm
Tiger Butterfly - March to June, 4am to 7pm - July to August, 8am to 5pm -
                  September, 8am to 4pm
Peacock Butterfly - March to June, 4am to 7pm - July to August, 8am to 5pm -
                    September, 8am to 4pm
Monarch Butterfly - September to October, 4am to 5pm - November, 8am to 5pm
Emperor Butterfly - 8am to 5pm
Agrias Butterfly - 8am to 5pm
Birdwing Butterfly - 8am to 5pm
Moth - 7pm to 4am
Oak Silk Moth - 7pm to 4am
Honeybee - 8am to 5pm
Bee - all day
Long Locust - 8am to 7pm
Migratory Locust - 8am to 7pm
Mantis - 8am to 5pm
Orchid Mantis - 8am to 5pm
Brown Cicada - 8am to 5pm
Robust Cicada - 8am to 5pm
Walker Cicada - 8am to 5pm
Evening Cicada - 4am to 8am and 4pm to 7pm
Lantern Fly - 4pm to 7pm and 11pm to 8am
Red Dragonfly - 8am to 7pm
Darner Dragonfly - 8am to 5pm
Banded Dragonfly - 8am to 5pm
Ant - all day
Pondskater - 8am to 7pm
Snail - all day
Cricket - 5pm to 8am
Bell Cricket - 5pm to 8am
Grasshopper - July, 4pm to 5pm - August to September, 8am to 5pm
Mole Cricket - all day
Walkingstick - 4am to 7pm
Ladybug - 8am to 5pm
Fruit Beetle - July through August, all day - September, 7pm to 8am
Scarab Beetle - 11pm to 8am
Dung Beetle - 5pm to 8am
Goliath Beetle - 7pm to 8am
Firefly - 7pm to 4am
Jewel Beetle - 8am to 5pm
Longhorn Beetle - 8am to 5pm
Saw Stag Beetle - all day
Stag Beetle - 7pm to 8am
Giant Beetle - 11pm to 8am
Rainbow Stag - 7pm to 8am
Dynastid Beetle - 7pm to 8am
Atlas Beetle - 7pm to 8am
Elephant Beetle - 7pm to 8am
Hercules Beetle - 11pm to 8am
Flea - all day
Pillbug - all day
Mosquito - 5pm to 4am
Fly - all day
Cockroach - all day
Spider - all day
Tarantula - 7pm to 4am
Scorpion - 7pm to 4am

page 143, the "Walker Cicada" is available from July through September, not 
July through August.

page 143, under "Snail," it does not mention that it needs to be raining for 
Snails to appear.

page 145, under "Reading the Charts," the time for the end of the Evening 
period and the beginning of the Night period is 9:00pm, not 8:00pm.

page 145, the "Crawfish" sells for 200 bells, not 250 bells.  Also, it is not 
available during the second half of September and is available all day.

page 146, the "Eel" is not available during the second half of September.

page 146, the "Giant Snakehead" is available from June to August, not from July 
to August.

page 146, the "Sweetfish" is not available during the second half of September.

page 146, the "Piranha" is not available during the second half of September.

page 146, the "Arowana" is not available during the second half of September.

page 147, the "Jellyfish" is available only during the second half of August.

page 147, the "Squid" is not available during the second half of August.

page 147, the "Octopus" is not available during the first half of September.

page 147, the "Ocean Sunfish" is available from June to September, not from 
April to September.

page 147, the "Hammerhead Shark" is available from 4pm to 9am, not all day.

page 156, the "Yellow Cosmos" is called "Sun Cosmos."

page 157, under "Acorns," it says that acorns sell for 100 bells.  In fact, Tom 
Nook will pay varying amounts depending on which type of acorn is being sold:
Rotten Acorn - 2 bells
Small Acorn - 50 bells
Acorn - 80 bells
Round Acorn - 100 bells
Large Acorn - 200 bells

For some reason, the selling prices of some fish and insects in the European 
version of ACWW are different from those in the Japanese and North American 
versions of ACWW.  This also means that the corresponding prices in the 
published European ACWW guide are mistakes.  Here are the fish and insects with 
different selling prices:

Fish:

Bitterling - 700 instead of 900
Crawfish - 250 instead of 200
Frog - 250 instead of 120
Cherry Salmon - 1,300 instead of 1,000
Rainbow Trout - 650 instead of 800
Salmon - 650 instead of 700
Piranha - 3,200 instead of 2,500
Seahorse - 1,500 instead of 1,100
Puffer Fish - 200 instead of 240
Horse Mackerel - 120 instead of 150
Sea Bass - 140 instead of 160
Dab - 200 instead of 300
Octopus - 450 instead of 500
Football Fish - 3,500 instead of 2,500
Hammerhead Shark - 12,000 instead of 8,000

Insects:

Common Butterfly - 80 instead of 90
Yellow Butterfly - 80 instead of 90
Tiger Butterfly - 120 instead of 160
Peacock Butterfly - 200 instead of 220
Monarch Butterfly - 120 instead of 140
Oak Silk Moth - 800 instead of 1,200
Migratory Locust - 800 instead of 600
Lantern Fly - 2,000 instead of 1,800
Grasshopper - 130 instead of 160
Mole Cricket - 200 instead of 280
Firefly - 250 instead of 300
Longhorn Beetle - 200 instead of 260
Hercules Beetle - 11,250 instead of 12,000

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53) NOA LOCALIZATION MISTAKES
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The ACWW Localization Team at Nintendo of America (NOA) seems to have made some 
mistakes that can potentially lead to some confusion.

The name of the Animal Crossing (AC) squirrel Hazel was inexplicably changed to 
Sally in ACWW.  This is confounding because there is a completely different 
squirrel known as Sally in AC.

The name of the AC squirrel Bliss was changed to Caroline in ACWW.

The frog Lily's tag phrase changed from "toady" in AC to "zzrrbbitt" in ACWW.

The frog Ribbot's tag phrase changed from "zzrrbbitt" in AC to "toady" in ACWW.

The Theme known as "Backyard" in AC was renamed "Mossy Garden" in ACWW.

Items from the "Mossy Garden" Theme in AC comprise the "Backyard" Set in ACWW. 

Two of the ACWW Genres were named "modern" and "lovely," causing confusion with 
the already named "Modern" and "Lovely" Series.  When villagers ask for 
"modern" furniture or "lovely" furniture, they are asking for "modern" and 
"lovely" Genres, not Series.

Players may receive a letter from the HRA congratulating them for completing 
the "Asian Set."  The Exotic Series is called the Asian Series in Japanese 
versions of this game.

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54) OFFICIAL HOME PAGE
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Nintendo of Japan:
http://www.nintendo.co.jp/ds/admj/index.html

Nintendo of America:
http://www.animal-crossing.com/wildworld/

Nintendo of Europe:
http://ms.nintendo-europe.com/animalcrossingds/

Nintendo of Korea:
http://www.nintendo.co.kr/DS/soft/animal/main.php

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55) VERSIONS
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It appears that multiple versions of the game have been released.  No 
differences in gameplay have been detected.

Identify the different versions by the digit after the "N" in the code printed 
in black on the back of the game card:

Original Japanese version:  ADMJN0
Newer Japanese version:  ADMJN1

Original North American version:  ADMEN0
Newer North American version:  ADMEN1

Original European version:  ADMPN0

Original Korean version:  ADMKN0

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56) THANKS
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I have been playing this game since November 22, 2005.  I would not have 
enjoyed the adventure and challenge so much if not for the inspiration from 
Mik2121 at IGN.

Thank you to Mik2121, rupan777, needeep, nintendolinky, therealssjlink, biocat, 
punchyout and others who have contributed to our collective knowledge about 
OyDnM, without whom this document would not be complete.

******************************************************************************
57) SOURCES
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http://www.omniglot.com/writing/japanese_kanji.htm
http://www.omniglot.com/writing/japanese_hiragana.htm
http://www.omniglot.com/writing/japanese_katakana.htm
http://www.omniglot.com/writing/japanese_romaji.htm
http://www.omniglot.com/writing/korean.htm
Welcome to Animal Crossing: Wild World, 2005
Oide yo Doubutsu no Mori, 2006
Oide yo Doubutsu no Mori, 2005
Oide yo Doubutsu no Mori Kanpeki Guidebook, 2005
Oide yo Doubutsu no Mori Zakonpuritogaido, 2005

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APPENDIX A
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Here are items new in Oide yo Doubutsu no Mori when compared to Doubutsu no 
Mori e+:

Fish
...Yellow Perch
...Black Bass
...King Salmon
...Dorado
...Gar
...Sea Butterfly
...Clownfish
...Zebra Turkeyfish
...Football Fish
...Tuna
...Ocean Sunfish
...Hammerhead Shark
...Shark

Insects
...Peacock Butterfly
...Monarch Butterfly
...Agrias Butterfly
...Moth
...Oak Silk Moth
...Honeybee
...Orchid Mantis
...Lantern Fly
...Walkingstick
...Fruit Beetle
...Scarab Beetle
...Goliath Beetle
...Rainbow Stag
...Atlas Beetle
...Elephant Beetle
...Fly
...Tarantula
...Scorpion

Watering Can
Golden Can
Slingshot
Golden Slingshot
Sparkler
Roman Candle
Timer

Classic Bookcase
Classic Buffet
Regal Clock
Lovely Loveseat
Robo Series (all 10 items)
Mushroom Series (all 10 items)
Striped Cone
Brown Drum
Red Drum
Stroller
Cradle
Baby Bed
Clackercart
Merry-go-round
Mad Scientist Theme (all 7 items)
Pirate Theme (4 of 6 items new)
...Helm
...Ship Cannon
...Anchor
...Ship compass
Skeleton
Anatomical Model
Clear Model
Vision Tester
Trunk Measure
Stadiometer
Hospital Bed
Coffee Maker
Checkout Counter
Cash Register
Siphon
Papa Panda
Mama Panda
Baby Panda
Blue Lava Lamp
Purple Lava Lamp
Green Lava Lamp
Black Katana
White Katana
Ninja Sword
Sword
Bow
Triforce
Metroid
Lefty Lucky Cat
Lucky Gold Cat
Metal Guitar
Pantheon Post
Ionian Post
Corinthian Post
Broken Post
Pyramid 
Sphinx
Bowling Pins
Ball Return
Mahjong Table
Arcade Machine
Tabletop Game
Stool
TV With A VCR
Kitchen Sink
Kitchen Corner
Deluxe Range
Range
Retro Fridge
Microwave
Toaster
Sink
Mixer
Clothesline Pole
Doghouse
Men's Toilet
Pink Box
Blue Box
Beige Box
Safe
Deluxe Washer
Automatic Washer
Washer/Dryer
Gas Pump
Candy Machine
Outdoor Bath
Storage Case
Clothes Closet
Vacuum Cleaner
Throne
Table Lamp
Desk Light
Candle
Mini-Lamp
Music Box
Portrait
Mansion Model
Nook 'n' Go
Nookway
Nookington's
Town Hall Model
Bug Trophy
Flower Trophy
Basic Red Bed
Basic Blue Bed
Basic Yellow Bed
Basic Green Bed
Solemn Painting
Amazing Painting
Nice Painting
Warm Painting
Lovely Painting
Calm Painting
Opulent Painting

Animal Pics (all 156 are new)

Robo Wall
Forest Wall
Sea View
Lab Wall
Pastel Dot Wall 
Shoji Screen
Persian Wall
Fairy Tale Wall
Illusion Wall
Chainlink Fence
Sky Wall
Cityscape Wall

Robo Floor
Forest Floor
Ship Deck
Lab Floor
Pastel Dot Rug
Persian Rug
Round Carpet
Fairy Tale Floor
Illusion Floor
Cloud Flooring

Tulip Shirt
Lightning Shirt
Bunny Shirt
Elephant Shirt
Grape Stripe Tee
Bubble Gum Shirt
Aqua Polka Shirt
Vegetarian Shirt
Beige Knit
Rose Sky Shirt
Lotus Shirt
Chocomint Shirt
Fern Shirt
Blue Retro Shirt
Orange Check Tee
Leaf Shirt
Fall Leaf Shirt
Blue Diamond Top
Night Sky Tee
Amethyst Shirt
Pink Wave Shirt
Flan Shirt
Hot Dog Shirt
Sandwich Shirt
Asian Shirt
Bodice
Green Vest
Western Shirt
Red Riding Hoody
Royal Shirt
Witch Shirt
Firefighter Tee
Graduation Gown
Sky Shirt
Captain's Shirt
Burglar's Shirt
Nurse's Uniform
Bone Shirt
Mummy Shirt
Military Uniform
Sailor's Uniform
Reggae Shirt
Camel Shirt
Molecule Tee
Kimono
Tuxedo
Explorer Shirt
Dutch Shirt
Toga
Cake Shirt
Waitress Shirt
Princess Shirt
Fairy Tale Shirt
Spanish Shirt
Latin Uniform
Red Down Vest
One-Way Tee
Beaded Shirt
Nile Shirt
Wrap Shirt
Wrestler Shirt
Security Shirt
Poncho
Fluffy Shirt
Chinese Shirt
Pep Squad Shirt
Racing Shirt
Orange Jumpsuit
Scale Armor Suit
Armor Suit
Gold Armor Suit
Red Warmup Suit
Baseball Shirt
Frock Coat
Space Suit

Red Umbrella
Green Umbrella
Melon Umbrella
Mint Umbrella
Picnic Umbrella
Lemon Umbrella
Eggy Parasol
Blue Dot Parasol
Daisy Umbrella
Paw Umbrella
Busted Umbrella
Beach Umbrella
Leopard Umbrella
Zebra Umbrella
Forest Umbrella
Camo Umbrella
Spider Umbrella

Accessories (all 130 are new)

New Year's Cards
Lined Paper
Notebook Paper
Flowery Paper
Bottle Paper
Formal Paper
Snowman Paper
Card Paper
Leopard Paper
Cow Paper
Camouflage Paper
Hamburger Paper
Piano Paper
Nook Paper
Fox Paper
Birthday Cards
Four-Leaf Paper
Town Hall Paper
Tortimer Paper
Insurance Paper
Academy Paper
Lovely Paper
Egyptian Paper
Lotus Paper
Tile Paper
Mosaic Paper
Chinese Paper
Ocean Paper
Industrial Paper
Floral Paper
Mushroom Paper
Star Paper
Composer Paper
Bathtub Paper
SMB3 paper
Bubble Paper
Buttercup Paper
Tartan Paper
Plaid Paper
Lemon-Lime Paper
Crater Paper
Bejeweled Paper
Geometric Paper
Southwest Paper
Night Sky Paper
Chic Paper
Goldfish Paper

Dino Droppings
Fern Fossil
Archaeopteryx
Peking Man
Shark Tooth
Ankylo Skull
Ankylo Torso
Ankylo Tail
Dimetrodon Skull
Dimetrodon Torso
Dimetrodon Tail
Iguanodon Skull
Iguanodon Torso
Iguanodon Tail
Sabertooth Skull
Sabertooth Torso
Pachy Skull
Pachy Torso
Pachy Tail
Parasaur Skull
Parasaur Torso
Parasaur Tail
Seismo Skull
Seismo Chest
Seismo Hip
Seismo Tail
Ptera Skull
Ptera Body

Pearl Oyster
Scallop

Dandelion Puffs
Pink Tulips
Purple Tulips
Black Tulips
Red Pansies
Orange Pansies
Blue Pansies
White Cosmos
Red Cosmos
Orange Cosmos
Black Cosmos
Dandelions
Four-Leaf Clover
Red Roses
White Roses
Yellow Roses
Pink Roses
Orange Roses
Purple Roses
Black Roses
Blue Roses
Gold Roses