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Animal Crossing
Money Making FAQ
By strawhat
Version 1.1B
Last Update: 6/13/06

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control key.


Table of Contents
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{1.0} Introduction
{2.0} After Moving In
{3.0} Robbing Your Villagers
{4.0} Daily Tasks
{5.0} Turnips
{6.0} Bugs, Fish, Seashells
{7.0} Fruit Orchards
{8.0} Wifi Connection
{9.0} Duplicating Trick
{10.0} Bank Interest Trick
{11.0} End



UPDATES:
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Version 1.1: Added two sections, working tricks submitted to me by a user.
6/4/06       Corrected some selling prices for fish and added information
             under section 3.0.

Version 1.0: First release.
4/12/06



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Animal crossing is back and better for the Nintendo DS. There are many new
features to this DS hit, including Nintendo Wifi connection, new tools, items,
events, and things to do so you'll keep coming back for more. However, one
question is often asked, something essential to paying off that great rent
that Nook left you and your unfurnished, tiny home. How do we make money?

This FAQ here is to explain just that. Granted, there's no way to make a ton
of money quickly, but I'm sure that there will be some strategies here that
will help your finances and feed that hungry wallet.



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After you first move into your house, you'll discover that you have 500 bells
to spend. That shouldn't last you very long. The first thing you want to do
is complete all of Nook's tasks at the store. You're not going to earn any
money for this(although your total mortgage will decrease), but we'll now be
able to buy and sell things from his store.

There are only two places that you can sell items. Those places are Nook's
store and the Able Sisters. Nook will take EVERYTHING from you, even things
that sell for nothing, such as a pitfall seed. The Able Sisters will only by
clothing and accessories, so Nook will be the main place to sell all the crap
you don't need.

First thing you should do after being able to buy stuff from Nook is to get
tools. The most important tools are the shovel, fishing rod, and net.



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There's a way to get things from your villagers and be nice to them at the
same time. It's not exactly the best way to earn quick money, but it can be
helpful. Sometimes, animals will just give you items for talking to them. I
mean, they seriously just give them to you. It's nice when that happens, but
it doesn't occur all the time. You should be talking to your animal neighbors
every day, or whenever possible. Just don't talk to them 20 times in a row
or they'll be asking why you're stalking them. Seriously.


Exclamation Points
------------------
When you're walking around and see an animal, walk in front of him/her. Once
in a while, the animal will have an exclamation point over their heads and
approach you. This means that they want to talk to you. Sometimes, they'll
give you a quiz(depending on their personality) and if you answer their
questions right, they'll give you items. If you answer them wrong, nothing
will happen. You can sell the items that you get from them, AND they'll be
listed in your catalog at Nook's. Of course, an exclamation point doesn't
always mean quiz time. They could just be showing you some stupid letter that
they got.


Favors
------
When you talk to animals, they will sometimes ask you to do them a favor or
challenge you to a competition. Favors include things like delivering an item
or letter to someone in a time limit(make sure not to open the letter/present
or they'll get mad at you. Return to the favor giving animal for a reward.),
getting certain kinds of items(pink furniture, big star shirt, etc.), and
challenging you to see who can catch a certain bug or first fastest. When
you have something to do for an animal, when you talk to them a new choice
("How're you doing?") will appear. Select this if you forgot what you were
supposed to do for the animal. Unlike in the GameCube version, there's no way
to ask to do a favor for an animal.


Letters
-------
If you have some spare time on your hands, buy some paper from Tom Nook(cost
160 for a four-pack) and write to a villager. In your letter, don't just write
jibberish. Use simple words or phrases such as your town name, a certain
event, a villagers name, or an item. Example:

"Hi Tangy
I like Queens. I love you. You are excellent! New Year's Eve party at Hopper,
let's go to Tom Nook!

From Name"


Oh, did I mention it doesn't have to make sense? Just make sure you don't
write jibberish.

Letters aren't for nothing. If you want something in a villager's house,
attach a piece of furniture to your mail and send it. The furniture that you
send will(hopefully) replace something in their house. So if you want their
wallpaper, send wallpaper to them. If you want their TV, attach a carboard
box. If you're unlucky or sent a nasty letter(the game does understand
expletives), it'll just be a new addition to their home and you won't get
anything. If you want anything in particular(such as a non-native fruit!),
send them your town's native fruit.

If you don't get the furniture that you want, try looking in the recycling bin
and the Town Hall. Also, note that animals won't give up a shirt on their
back, unless they ask for a different one.



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Every day, there are opportunites for you to make money. Don't miss out on
them!

Magic Rock
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One of your rocks in the town will turn red when hit with a shovel or axe.
Hit it as many times as you can in a time limit so money bags will come out.
The money bags will come out as follows: 100, 200, 400, 800, 1000, 2000, 4000.
Quite a hefty profit in a short time.

You won't get much from the rock if you don't know how to hit it. Each time
you hit the rock whether with the axe or shovel, you'll move back a bit. The
trick it to make two holes, one to the left and one above you. Position
yourself so that each time you hit the rock, you move back into the holes.
Don't make more that two though or you won't be able to get the maximum
amount of money bags.


Shaking Trees
-------------
Not the fruit trees. 10-12 trees in your town will hold other things. Three
has beehives, two have furniture, and the rest have 100 Bell bags. If you
have less than 12 non-fruit trees in your town, then the bees will take
priorety, then furniture.

The 100 Bells and furniture is nice, but the main reason you want to shake
trees is to get the bees. Bees are hard to catch, but sell for a nice 4500
bells each. Once you get a net, keep it in the very top left slot of your
item pack. Shake a tree and as soon as the beehive comes out, run south a
bit. Quickly tap the menu button, then equip the net. Exit with the stylus and
then tap A as fast as you can. If you're lucky, you'll catch it. If not, well,
maybe next time. There's no penalty for getting stung by bees. Your villagers
will just think that you're nuts. The bruise on your eye will disappear after
turning off the game or putting some medicine on it.


Fossils and Buried Items
------------------------
Every day, there will be three or so strange looking dents on the ground of
your town. Dig these up with the shovel and you'll discover an item! If
nobody buried anything in your town, it will be either a fossil, gyroid, or
pitfall trap. Pitfall traps are worthless; store them or dump them in the
trash. Gyroids make funky noises and dance to the music at your house. They
sell for 828 each. For fossils, go to Blathers first and have him examine
them. If it's a duplicate or you don't want to give it to him, you can sell
it. Most uncommon fossils will sell for at least a few thousand bells.


Garbage and Lost and Found
--------------------------
Not the best thing to do for money, but make sure that when you visit the
Town Hall, check inside the garbage dump. Sometimes, you'll find a few pieces
of furniture. Same thing with the Lost and Found at your town gate. However,
more often than not there will just be crap.



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Every Sunday EXCEPT January 1st, and old sow named Joan will come to your
town between 6am and 12pm. Go find her and she'll sell white and red turnips.
What you want is white turnips. Red turnip seeds cost 1000 Bells and sell for
16000, but you must water it every day. It can be a hassle for those who
don't play every day. There's a better use for a red turnip anyway, see
another FAQ for the trading quest.

Joan refers to turnips as the "stalk market". She will sell turnips at a
random price. Lowest I've seen is 93, highest being 109. You can buy turnips
in bunches. After you buy your turnips, wait another day and talk to Nook.
Ask him for turnip prices(stalk market closed sundays). He'll give you a
random buying price. If it's higher than what you bought, you can sell the
turnips that you have and make a profit.

There are several problems with this. The first thing is that it's assumed
that you already have money on you. Secondly, Nook may not give you a price
high enough for you to make a profit at all, so you may end up losing money.
The white turnips will rot after one week, making them worth nothing.

There is ONE way to get past rotting white turnips though, but it involves
a glitch. In your house, put down a table. Now drop an item that you can
stand on such as paper or a shovel. Stand on it, face the table and drop the
turnips. The turnips should end up on the table. As long as they're on the
table, they will never rot. If you use this glitch, I high recommend that you
wait for Tom Nook to be buying Turnips at 500 Bells+ before selling your
turnips.

Nook changes his prices after noon and after midnight. From what I've seen,
he usually has high insanely high prices in the morning. In my opinion, I
don't really like the stalk market. Because, y'know, I don't feel liek waiting
forever for a nice turnip price to come up or buy tons of tables to hold the
turnips. Still a great way to make money, but requires some patience.



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The favorite among most people in getting money. After you get a net and
fishing rod, you're ready to start catching some wildlife in your town. While
there are a lot of common animals, there are also rare ones that sell for
many bells and Tom Nook's. I recommend that you first deliver new species to
the museum though. At the beach, you'll find seashells. If you're in a
desperation to find money, you can always clear off the beach of these shells
and get a hefty 2000 Bells of so.


Pricey/Rare Fish:
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| Name              | Season        | Time      | Location  | Price          |
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*| Coelacanth       | All Year      | 4pm-9am   | Ocean     | 15000          |
| Red Snapper       | All Year      | All Day   | Ocean     | 3000           |
| Koi               | All Year      | 4pm-9am   | River     | 2000           |
| Goldfish          | All Year      | All Day   | River     | 1300           |
| Popeyed Goldfish  | All Year      | 9am-4pm   | River     | 1300           |
| Olive Flounder    | All Year      | All Day   | Ocean     | 800            |
| Catfish           | May - Aug     | 4pm-9am   | Pond      | 800            |
| Eel               | June - Sept   | 4pm-9am   | River     | 2000           |
| Sweetfish         | July - Sept   | All Day   | River     | 900            |
| Rainbow Trout     | Mar - June    | 4am-9am   | River     | 800            |
|                   | Sept - Nov    | 4pm-8pm   |           |                |
| King Salmon       | September     | All Day   | River     | 1800           |
| Piranha           | June - Sept   | 9am-4pm   | River     | 3200           |
|                   |               | 8pm-4am   |           |                |
| Gar               | June - Sept   | 4pm-9am   | Pond      | 6000           |
| Giant Snakehead   | July - Aug    | 9am-4pm   | Pond      | 5500           |
| Cherry Salmon     | Mar - June    | 4am-8am   | River     | 1000           |
|                   |               | 4pm-8pm   |           |                |
| Stringfish        | Dec - Feb     | 4pm-9am   | River     | 15000          |
| Guppy             | Apr - Nov     | 9am-4pm   | River     | 1300           |
| Arowana           | June - Sept   | 4pm-9am   | River     | 10000          |
| Arapaima          | July - Sept   | 4pm-9am   | River     | 10000          |
| Char              | Mar - June    | 4am-8am   | Waterfall | 3800           |
|                   | Sept - Nov    | 4pm-8pm   |           |                |
| Angelfish         | May - Oct     | 4pm-9am   | River     | 3000           |
| Dorado            | June - Sept   | 4am-8pm   | River     | 15000          |
| Sea Butterfly     | Dec - Feb     | All Day   | Ocean     | 1000           |
| Barred Knifejaw   | Mar - Nov     | All Day   | Ocean     | 5000           |
| Blue Marlin       | July - Sept   | All Day   | Ocean     | 10000          |
| Shark             | June - Sept   | 4pm-9am   | Ocean     | 15000          |
| Seahorse          | Apr - Nov     | All Day   | Ocean     | 1100           |
| Ocean Sunfish     | Apr - Sept    | 4am-9pm   | Ocean     | 4000           |
| Bitterling        | Nov - Feb     | All Day   | River     | 900            |
| Football Fish     | Nov - Mar     | 4pm-9am   | Ocean     | 2500           |
| Tuna              | Nov - Mar     | All Day   | Ocean     | 7000           |
| Hammerhead Shark  | June - Sept   | All Day   | Ocean     | 12000          |
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+

*Coelacanth are only found when it's raining. Not snowing, raining. That
means no Coelacanth during winter.


Pricey/Rare Bugs:
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Name              | Season        | Time      | Location  | Price          |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Agrias Butterfly  | June - Sept   | 8am - 4pm | Flowers   | 3000           |
| Oak Silk Moth     | June - Sept   | 7pm - 4am | Trees     | 1200           |
| Birdwing          | June - Sept   | 8am - 4pm | Flowers   | 3000           |
| Emperor           | June - Sept   | 8am - 4pm | Flowers   | 2500           |
| Bee               | All Year      | All Day   | Shake Tree| 4500           |
| Orchid Mantis     | Aug - Nov     | 8am - 4pm | Flowers   | 2400           |
| Scarab Beetle     | July - Aug    | 7pm - 4am | Trees     | 6000           |
| Lantern Fly       | June - Sept   | 4pm - 4am | Trees     | 1800           |
| Goliath Beetle    | June - Aug    | 7pm - 4am | Coconuts  | 6000           |
| Giant Beetle      | July - Aug    | 7pm - 4am | Trees     | 10000          |
| Atlas Beetle      | July - Aug    | 7pm - 4am | Coconuts  | 8000           |
| Tarantula         | June - Aug    | 7pm - 4am | Ground    | 8000           |
| Saw Stag Beetle   | July - Aug    | All Day   | Trees     | 2000           |
| Rainbow Stag      | June - Sept   | 7pm - 4am | Trees     | 10000          |
| Elephant Beetle   | July - Aug    | 7pm - 4am | Coconuts  | 6000           |
| Scorpion          | July - Sept   | 7pm - 4am | Ground    | 8000           |
| Jewel Beetle      | July - Aug    | 8am - 4pm | Trees     | 2400           |
| Stag Beetle       | June - Aug    | 7pm - 4am | Trees     | 2000           |
| Dynastid Beetle   | July - Aug    | 7pm - 4am | Trees     | 1350           |
| Hercules Beetle   | July - Aug    | 7pm - 4am | Coconuts  | 12000          |
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Foreign fruits are the absolute, best way to make money. An orchard is
basically a town filled with fruit trees and few to none normal trees. As you
must know, the fruits that you start with(native fruit) sells for only 100
Bells. Foreign fruit sells for a whopping 500 Bells apiece. To plant fruit
trees, you must bury the fruit with the shovel.

There's always the problem of getting foreign fruit though. What to do? For
those with wifi, you can run into someone else's town and take some fruits
from them, with premission of course. If you don't have it, you're not out
of luck. Just pack some native fruit into letters and send them(along with a
short message) to the villagers of your town. If you're lucky, they'll send
you some forein fruit in return. You can also find coconuts along the beach.
Make sure that if you're going to plant them, plant them near or on the
beach.

Once you get your fruits, chop down all the trees you don't want(I left my
pine trees alone, just so when I shake them I get a guarantees 100 Bell/bees/
items) and plant your fruits. Make sure you keep the trees 1 or more spaces
apart, not right next to each other. Not only will this make it easier for
you to pick fruit, it will give you a higher town rating. Wait a few days for
the trees to grow. If your trees aren't growing, plant them in different
spots. For some reason, some spots just won't allow trees to grow.

After you have your orchard blooming, just harvest the fruits and sell them.
You'll gain 7500 Bells for each trip(assuming you have empty pockets) and
can make over 100,000 Bells in a day. The only setback to this is that you'll
need a lot of time to shake all those trees and carry the fruit back. I
personally use this method, though I don't usually clear my entire town in
one day.



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Those of you with a wifi connection will have a major advantage that you can
use. You can sell items. People are always looking for rare items or complete
sets/series. If you have a complete set, you can sell the items for over
100,000 bells. People also like to buy golden items(besides shovel, since it's
easy to get). Golden items can go for over 300,000 Bells.

If you're going to sell items, I'd recommend that you do it in your town.
Drop your item first, and the buyer will pick it up. If the buyer doesn't
drop the payment afterwards, power off before they could leave so they get
nothing.

Selling items is always a nice, easy way to earn money, but as usual when
meeting people online, there are risks. If you really want to be safe, do
this with only someone you trust.



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This trick was submitted to me by a contributor. It works, but there can be
a bit risky. You've been warned, so don't come to me if it doesn't work. Note
that Resetti won't come when you turn off your game during Wifi/DS to DS.


Notes:
*This works on DS to DS and Wi-fi.
*This works with anything on your pockets. Furniture, hats, bells , K.K.
songs.
*This won't let you copy disigns
*Having three or four people over may change the outcome.

If you are the guest:
Step 1: Go to your friends town and inform them with their part (see if you
are the host section)

Step 2: After your friend saves the first time, drop the items that you
would like to duplicate.

Step 3: When your friend picks them up and saves the second time you turn
off the power after 6 and a half to 7 turns ( a little off and it'll still
work... hopefully...)

Step 4: Check to see if you both have the items.

If you are the host:
Step 1: Empty your pockets. Make sure you have no items with you.

Step 2: Open your gates.

Step 3: Save and cuntinue.

Step 4: After your friend drops the item(s) you save.

Step 5: Check to see if you both have the item(s).



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THIS TRICK INVOLVES TIME TRAVELING. If you do not like to TT, then don't do
it. I didn't discover this trick.

1. Get 50,000 Bells or more and deposit it in the bank.
2. Reset the INGAME CLOCK to January 1, 2000.
3. Save, reset. Change the DS CLOCK to the year 2000, any date.
4. Start the game, then save and reset.
5. Change the DS CLOCK to the year 2011.
6. Start the game and read the mail. You'll collect some interest.
7. Save, reset. Change the DS CLOCK 11 more years ahead.
8. Start the game, collect 99,999 interest.

Continue setting the DS clock 11 years ahead until you reach 2099. Change it
back to 2000 and do the same thing. The first 11 years won't get you as much,
though.

The one setback to this trick is that you will get tons of weeds in your town.



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Thanks to everyone for reading my FAQ. I hope that it helped you on your road
to riches. If you have any further questions, feel free to E-mail me at:


plasmad00d13smooth(at)gmail{dot}com

Please include the game name in the subject. If you wish to be credited for
submitted info, just include a name I can credit by.



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