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                                      Animal Crossing
                                     Full FAQ/Reference
                                       By Vegeeta777
                                        Version 2.7
    
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    VERSION HISTORY & UPDATES
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    VERSION DATE     UPDATE
    1.0     10/08/02 Began the FAQ. This is going to take a while. Finished the
                     title so that it looks all fancy :).
    1.1     10/09/02 Finished Sections 1-9. Some names and prices are probably
                     wrong. I'll have them fixed in the next update. Started 10.
                     Also did Sections 17 and 28. More to come!
    1.2     10/10/02 Made minor corrections to the 1.1 content. Redid some
                     formatting. Sections 1-9 have been toned down to 1-8 and
                     include some other sections. I might have another update
                     today.
    1.3     10/11/02 More information added. Several lists were completed. The
                     grand ole' fish section has been finished. Expect the bugs in
                     the next update.
    1.4     10/13/02 Fossils section added. Minor Update to the rest of the FAQ.
                     Bugs will come soon.
    1.5     10/15/02 Completed the Animals section. Very minor update.
    1.6     10/22/02 Started the NES Games section. Not near a completion. Redid
                     the upgrades section a tad bit. Completed the beginner's
                     guide. If you find any errors, please contact me. This guide
                     is slowly growing to be the perfect FAQ on Animal Crossing.
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    VERSION DATE     UPDATE
    2.0     11/22/02 Full release version. Every section is up, but may not have
                     the full list of everything. I ask all of you to bear with me,
                     as this is going to be a long process. It should now fully
                     coincide with the GameFAQs requirements. I finished the
                     Paintings and Gyroid sections. I'll finish each section
                     shortly.
    2.1     11/23/02 Completed the Gameboy Advance and Bugs sections. I added a
                     location lexicon to both the bugs and fish sections. As of
                     now, there are 18 sections FULLY COMPLETE. That is awesome
                     considering that I plan to have 28 overall. That means that
                     70% percent is done. I added the overall completion of the
                     other sections into that equation. It is an estimate.
    2.2     11/28/02 Corrected misc excerpts thanks to Videoshocker2. I corrected
                     some grammer mistakes here and there as well. chriswell22 also
                     supplied a Redd secret. I also have completed the Wanderers
                     section. GameFAQs and IGN have both accepted the FAQ! Yes!
                     FULL RELEASE BABY!
    2.3     12/03/02 Completed the Series part of the furniture section. It took
                     some time just to get this part done. Expect the themes to
                     follow in the next update. Updated a few other sections with
                     various corrections. Most notably, the fruits section.
    2.4     12/10/02 Completed the clothing section. Let me just say that it was
                     the second longest list that I had/have to write for this
                     document. (Second only to the furniture list.) I also
                     discovered that I had left out the stationary and handheld
                     items sections. A big whoops on my part. I completed the
                     handheld section, but I wanted to release this version so
                     much, that I didn't finish the stationary. So, tough luck.
                     Thanks to Firefalcon2537 for correcting an error for me.
    2.5     12/24/02 I also finished the stationary section. I have also finished
                     the E-Reader section. All just in time for the holidays.
                     Please send in the passwords on the back of your E-Cards! It
                     will help all of your fellow gamers. Read more about it in the
                     E-Reader section. I have also made the Table of Contents a
                     little better. Finally, I have rewritten some of the
                     introduction.
    2.51    12/27/02 This update is so minor that it doesn't deserve a full number
                     increase. I guess I got so P.O.ed at all of the e-mails I've
                     received to make corrections. It isn't a bad thing, but it
                     sort of got annoying... Thanks to Josh for telling me about
                     the koala Yuka and to Brian for confirming it. Is Baseball an
                     Animal Island only item? Please send me confirmation. Another
                     change to the introduction and if you still havn't noticed,
                     the update section has been reformatted. (Mostly to include
                     the 1 after the 5. :)
    2.52    01/03/03 Happy new year! This update is another minor, change a few
                     things update. I have clarified in the Secret NES Games
                     section a tip that I thought I had made that clear already. So
                     many people kept e-mailing me about it, so I have placed a
                     clarification. I also changed a minor error in the banner art.
                     It really didn't matter though. Also check the E-Reader
                     section for a quick change. Sorry for not getting the main
                     sections done. I've been busy playing Phantasy Star Online. :)
    2.6     01/09/03 Finished the Themes part of the Furniture section. That means
                     that the majority of the furniture is somewhere in this guide.
                     It will be finished soon! I also added a FAQ section for those
                     with questions.
    2.7     08/23/03 Many corrections throughout the FAQ. HRA, Special Events, and
                     Tips and Tricks sections have been completed. The Furniture
                     list has also been expanded further. Finally, I've completed
                     the Holidays section.
    
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS
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    If the section has a star next to it, it isn't finished. ONLY THREE SECTIONS
    REMAINING!!!!! Muahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!
    
    1)  Introduction
    2)  The Controls and Equipment
    3)  Your Town
    4)  The Beginning
    5)  The Upgrades
    6)  Fruits
    7)  Tools
    8)  Wanderers
    9)  Furniture*
    10) Paintings
    11) Fossils
    12) Bugs
    13) Fish
    14) Music
    15) NES Games*
    16) Clothing
    17) Handheld Items
    18) Stationary
    19) Carpets and Walls*
    20) The Animals
    21) Gyroids
    22) Holidays
    23) HRA
    24) Gameboy Advance
    25) E-Reader
    26) Special Events
    27) Tips and Tricks
    28) Secret NES Games
    29) FAQ
    30) Credits
    31) Legal
    
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    1) Introduction
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    For the most recent version, check http://www.primalfusion.tk first. Since it
    is my personal site, I upload the file by myself and so I have it up at the
    same time I send the updates to the other sites. The other sites take a day or
    two to have it up fully.
    
    If someone would glady redo my title art, I would be most grateful. I am not
    much of an artist. You will receive credit. Thanks.
    
    If a section is not finished, please DO NOT send me any information for it. I
    am still doing the documenting for those sections and more than likely, I
    already know what you will send me.
    
    Welcome to my second ever FAQ. This will basicly be a reference for all of you
    die hard Animal Crossing fans. Since the current FAQs aren't that great, I've
    decided to do some serious searching in the game. After about 3 to 4 weeks
    after the games release, I finally have discovered almost all of the game's
    secrets and items. Obviously, I won't be able to cover every aspect, but I hope
    that this will get as close to possible. Well, hurry up and read on!
    
    To quickly find a section, press CTL+F. This will bring up the find menu. Type
    in the section's name from the Table of Contents, word for word (i.e. 
    1)  Introduction) , and you'll be sent to the Table of Contents. Then press
    Find Next and you should be at the section. If not, keep pressing.
    
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    2) The Controls and Equipment
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    THE EQUIPMENT
    Items needed to play the game:
    
    REQUIRED:
    TV - Come on, the obvious one.
    Gamecube - Yet another blinding flash of the obvious.
    Controller - You can't play a game unless you can control it.
    Memory Card - At least 58-61 blocks.
    OPTIONAL:
    Gameboy Advance Link - To connect your Gameboy to your Gamecube.
    Gameboy Advance - The item needed to connect.
    E-Reader - Place in Gameboy Advance to enhance your Animal Crossing experience.
    
    THE CONTROLS
    The field controls:
    
    START - Open or close the item screen.
    CONTROL STICK - Walk: The more you tilt, the faster you walk.
                    Move Cursor: Move cursor on item screens and on the map.
    CONTROL PAD - Nothing.
    A - Talk: Face another character.
        Enter a Building: Face a door.
        Shake Tree: Face a tree.
        Read Messages: Face the bulletin board.
        Use Item: When holding an item.
    B - Run: Press and hold when pushing the control stick.
        Put Away Items
        Put Away Furniture
        Go Back To The Previous Screen
    C STICK - Adjust Camera: Only inside houses.
    X - Look at the map (You must have unlocked the map.)
    Y - Open or close the item screen.
    R or L - Run: Press and hold when pushing the control stick.
    R, L, & Z - When playing a NES game, press to quit.
    
    The letter controls:
    
    START - Finish typing.
    CONTROL STICK - Choose a letter.
    CONTROL PAD - Move cursor around the page.
    A - Type letter.
    B - Delete letter.
    C STICK - Nothing.
    X - Accent letter.
    Y - Switch keyboard.
    R - Insert space.
    L - Caps lock/unlock.
    Z - Change key layout.
    
    The design controls:
    
    START - Finish designing.
    CONTROL STICK - Move paint cursor.
    CONTROL PAD - Select tool.
    A - Paint/confirm.
    B - Pick up a color on the cursor.
    C STICK - Select color.
    X - Turn grid display on or off.
    Y - Undo.
    R & L - Change area.
    Z - Nothing.
    
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    3) Your Town
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    When you first start the game, you'll arrive at the train station. From this
    point on, you'll have your own little town generated on a random basis. It is
    completely different from everyone else's and that is what makes this game so
    great. This section will explain the different shops and about how you can get
    the most out of your Animal Crossing experience.
    
    THE TRAIN STATION
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    Employees:    Porter, K.K. Slider
    Location:     Always at the top of the map.
    What it does: Enables you to travel to other player's towns. K.K. Slider comes
                  here every Saturday night at 8pm to 12am. You can get some cool
                  music from him then.
    Description:  When you first enter the town, this is where you come to. Porter
                  will greet you and send you on your way. There is a map in front
                  of the station. Before you get your map, be sure to look at this
                  one since it is the easiest one to remember the location for.
    Info:         Music
    
    THE FOUR HOUSES AND BULLETIEN BOARD
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    Employees:    You, Your Friends
    Location:     Always one acre below the train station.
    What it does: It's where you live. You store all of your belongings here.
                  Posts notices from you or your fellow animals.
    Description:  Four houses surround a brick plateau. A bulletien board is
                  located in the middle of the plateau. Four gyroids are sitting
                  outside of each house. You'll have to learn to love this acre as
                  you'll be in it the most.
    Info:         The Upgrades
    
    TOM NOOK'S SHOP
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    Employees:    Tom Nook, Tommy, Timmy
    Location:     In a random acre.
    What it does: Where you buy and sell every item that you need. It will be
                  upgraded as you buy and sell more. Timmy and Tommy will appear
                  when Nook upgrades his shop the fourth time.
    Description:  It will be upgraded as you buy and sell more. Timmy and Tommy
                  will appear when Nook upgrades his shop the fourth time. Try to
                  visit the shop whenever possible. Every town has a group letter.
                  Either A, B, or C. They symbolize which items are more likely to
                  appear in your town. For example, if your town was A, every item
                  that had an A for a group would appear in Nook's shop usually
                  more than other items. You can still get them all, but this makes
                  it slightly more difficult. Based on the most common furniture in
                  my town, I have determined that my group is A. Yours is probably
                  different.
    Info:         The Upgrades, Furniture, Paintings, Clothing, Carpets, Walls
    
    THE POST OFFICE
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    Employees:    Pelly, Phyliss, Pete
    Location:     In a random acre.
    What it does: Used to mail letters to other townfolk and to pay off your debt
                  to Nook.
    Description:  For those of you love sending letters, this has got to be your
                  favorite place. When you need to pay off your loan to Nook,
                  you'll need to pay it off here. After you pay it off, you'll get
                  to deposit your funds in a make shift bank. As you put cash
                  there, you'll earn goodies. They are as follows:
    
                  GOODIES        BELLS NEEDED
                  Tissue          1,000,000
                  Piggy Bank     10,000,000
                  Mailbox       100,000,000
                  Post Model    999,999,999
    
                  (Thanks to Videoshocker2 for reminding me to place the Goodies
                  info.)
    Info:         The Upgrades, 
    
    THE TAILOR SHOP
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    Employees:    Mabel, Sable
    Location:     In a random acre.
    What it does: Enables you to buy new clothes and create new clothes.
    Description:  The best place for people who love how they look. I don't spend
                  that much time here, but I could care less about how my vid game
                  character looks like. Yet, making clothes can be amusing.
    Info:         Clothing, Carpets, Walls
    
    THE POLICE STATION
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    Employees:    Copper, Booker
    Location:     In a random acre.
    What it does: Serves as a place for information on new events and the lost and
                  found.
    Description:  A blue circular building with a map outside. Many counters inside
                  are used to hold the lost and found items.
    Info:         Wanderers, Holidays, Furniture, Paintings, Clothing, Carpets,
                  Walls
    
    THE MUSEUM
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    Employees:    Blathers
    Location:     In a random acre.
    What it does: Your treasure cove of items you have found in the game. Shows off
                  your bugs, paintings, fossils, and fish.
    Description:  A roman like building that cotains five rooms. 120 items are
                  placed among these rooms.
    Info:         Paintings, Fossils, Bugs, Fish
    
    THE WISHING WELL
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    Employees:    Tortimer
    Location:     In a random acre.
    What it does: Tells you if there is any trouble in your town. You can also get
                  gifts from Tortimer if you talk to him on a holiday.
    Description:  A wishing well surrounded by a plateau. A tree is behind the
                  well.
    Info:         Holidays
    
    THE DUMP
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    Employees:    None
    Location:     In a random acre.
    What it does: Where animals throw away their useless items. Their loss is your
                  gain.
    Description:  A area 4x4 surrounded by a fence. Has the sign "Dump" on it.
    Info:         Furniture, Paintings, Clothing, Carpets, Walls
    
    THE MELODY BOARD
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    Employees:    None
    Location:     By the Post Office.
    What it does: When every hour strikes and when you talk to the animals, the
                  melody on this board is played.
    Description:  A board that has 16 notes on it. You can customize the notes to
                  form your own town's special tune.
    Info:         None
    
    ANIMAL ISLAND
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    Employees:    Kapp'n
    Location:     In a random acre on the sea edge.
    What it does: An island off the coast of your town is a little island. The only
                  place to get Coconuts.
    Description:  Unique to every one's game, the island can only be played if a
                  Gameboy Advance is connected to the Gamecube. To tell the truth,
                  I have yet to go here. If anyone can send in a better
                  description, that'd be great.
    Info:         Gameboy Advance
    
    LIGHTHOUSE
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    Employees:    You, Tortimer
    Location:     In a random acre on the sea edge. Can only be accesed when
                  Tortimer is on vacation.
    What it does: Keeps ships safe off the coast of the town, duh.
    Description:  A large white tower. I mostly black inside with a switch to turn
                  off/on the light.
    Info:         Holidays
    
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    As soon as you start the game, you'll see K.K. Slider saying some stuff to you.
    It is a tad bit interesting, but as soon as this is over with, you'll get onto
    the train. You'll sit a while and then a cat named Rover will come up to you.
    He'll ask you a few questions and gives you the ability to set up how your
    character looks like. The following chart will tell you how to answer to get
    the character that you want:
    
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    Mind if I   Why are you   Do you know           You have         Character
    sit here?   going to      where you're          money, right?    #.
                (village)?    going to be living?
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    Please      Moving        Don't Know            Oh yeah          1
    Please      Moving        Don't Know            Just a little    2
    Please      Moving        Leave me alone        Oh yeah          3
    Please      Moving        Leave me alone        Just a little    4
    Please      What's it to  Don't Know            Oh yeah          5
                ya?
    Please      What's it to  Don't Know            Just a little    6
                ya?
    Please      What's it to  Leave me alone        Just a little    7
                ya?
    Please      What's it to  Leave me alone        Oh yeah          8
                ya?
    No way      What's it to  Leave me alone        Oh yeah          9
                ya?
    No way      What's it to  Don't know            Just a little    10
                ya?
    No way      What's it to  Leave me alone        Just a little    11
                ya?
    No way      What's it to  Don't know            Oh yeah          12
                ya?
    No way      Moving        Leave me alone        Just a little    13
    No way      Moving        Leave me alone        Oh yeah          14
    No way      Moving        Don't know            Just a little    15
    No way      Moving        Don't know            Oh yeah          16
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    BOYS FACES
    1  - Half closed eyes looking to the left.
    2  - Black eyes looking to the left.
    3  - Wide turquise eyes and eyebrows.
    4  - Blue eyes looking to the left with rosy cheeks.
    5  - Brown eyes looking to the left with eyelashes.
    6  - Black eyes looking to the left with eyebrows.
    7  - Big blue eyes.
    8  - Brown eyes looking to the left.
    9  - Big blue bug-eyes.
    10 - Big blue buy-eyes.
    11 - Wide turquise eyes with eyebrows.
    12 - Half closed eyes looking to the left.
    13 - Half closed eyes looking to the left.
    14 - Blue eyes looking to the left with rosy cheeks.
    15 - Brown eyes looking to the left with eyelashes.
    16 - Brown eyes looking to the left.
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    GIRLS FACES
    1  - Wide turquise eyes with eyebrows and eyelashes.
    2  - Black eyes with a shine and eyelashes.
    3  - Eyes shaped like an almond.
    4  - Brown eyes looking to the left with eyelases.
    5  - Blue eyes looking to the left.
    6  - Blue eyes looking to the left with rosie cheeks.
    7  - Brown eyes looking to the left with eyelashes.
    8  - Blue eyes looking to the left.
    9  - Half closed eyes that are black and look to the left.
    10 - Eyes shaped like an almond.
    11 - Blue eyes looking to the left with rosie cheeks.
    12 - Wide turquise eyes with eyebrows and eyelashes.
    13 - Blue eyes looking to the left with rosie cheeks.
    14 - Green eyes looking to the left with bottom eyelashes.
    15 - Black eyes with a shine and eyelashes.
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    Rover will ask you what the name of your town is and what your name is. Answer
    them however you wish. Mine was Veran at Dargon. If you want the secret NES
    games, name yourself NES at NES. He'll call his friend in your village and
    he'll arrange to get a house for you. You'll get off the train and meet his
    friend who happens to be Tom Nook, your future best friend. He'll offer you one
    of four houses. I chose the lower right one. It really doesn't matter which one
    you choose except for its location. The items inside can always be changed and
    repurchased. You'll choose the house and pay him 1,000 bells, but that isn't
    enough. So you get hired to work for him. Tough luck. You'll owe about 18,800
    bells. A very easy task it is to pay it off. He'll give you a work uniform and
    ask you to run some errands to help pay off the debt. Here is a list of them:
    
    1) Plant some flowers and trees outside Nook's Shop
    An easy task. It doesn't matter where you plant them. Go inside to get 80 bells
    for your house loan.
    
    2) Meet and Greet villagers
    You won't get paid for this task, but ohh well. All you have to do is meet
    every single villager in the town and the mayor. As soon as you have done that,
    you are finished and you'll need to talk to Nook.
    
    3) Deliver a piece of furniture
    Nook will give you a piece of furniture. You will give it to someone else. Nook
    will give you 230 bells. You will put it to your loan. :)
    
    4) Send a letter
    Now, Nook will give you a parchment and ask you to mail a letter to another
    animal as an ad. We all know this as junk mail, but the animals in the game do
    not. You'll need to watch your spelling and grammar, but basicly you can write
    anything you want. You'll get 130 bells for this job.
    
    5) Helping is good for you
    Nook will give you some time off and ask you to go see if any of the villagers
    have any tasks for you. You'll get furniture and possibly more bells. You just
    have to do one chore to get Nook to give you your next task.
    
    6) Carpet is nice
    Nook will give you some carpet for a delivery. Same as the furniture. Yet for
    some reason, carpet is worth more. Furniture is more expensive, but carpet...
    Never mind. I'm thinking too much. You'll get 580 bells for this task. 
    (Unusual...).
    
    7) You get a hatchet, but no cherry tree, bummer
    Another delivery except that it will be an ax. You'll get 230 bells for the
    job.
    
    8) Another piece of spam :(
    Finally, Nook will ask you to post a message on the Town Bulletein board as an
    ad. Do the same that you did for your letter. This time, the reward is the
    ability to not have to work for Nook anymore! Yeah!
    
    During the tasks, you must wear your Work Uniform. Well, not really. If you
    walk into Nook's store without it, he'll get into a conversation about it and
    in the end, you'll both agree that it is stupid. You won't have to wear it
    anymore. You can keep it at the end or give it back to him, but if you get rid
    of it, it's gone for good. Unless you get a friend to give you his, but why
    would you want it?
    
    You are now in the real world. You can do whatever you want in Animal Crossing.
    Personally, I recommend trying to get all of the fish and bugs that you can
    during the month that you have started in. In about a year, you should be able
    to get cool stuff for collecting all of the fish and bugs. Be sure to buy all
    four tools. However, you will need to finish paying off your house debt. Did
    you really think that it was all over after finishign the jobs? No. You'll have
    about another 17,500 more bells to go. Joy. An easy sum to pay off with the
    fishing rod, wink, wink.
    
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    Your House:
    
    Your house has several upgrades that you can get to increase the space and make
    it look good. In the beginning, it won't matter what house you choose except
    for the particular location that you enjoy best. These upgrades will improve it
    considerably.
    
    YOUR HOUSE
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    Cost:        19,800
    Size:        4x4
    Description: The first house. Not that big. You should probably try to pay it
                 off the first day.
    
    THE FIRST EXPANSION
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    Cost:        148,000
    Size:        6x6
    Description: A much needed improvement. The house now has enough space to
                 really begin to collect items. By the time you pay it off, more
                 than likely you won't need the extra space.
    
    THE BASEMENT
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    Cost:        49,800
    Size:        Basement - 8x8 First - 6x6 or 8x8
    Description: Perfect for storing items that you can't fit upstairs, but want to
                 keep. You'll get to choose from this and the Second Expansion. I
                 recommend to get this first because you'll get more space and it
                 is easier to pay off. The HRA does not rate this section of your
                 house.
    
    THE SECOND EXPANSION
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    Cost:        398,000
    Size:        Basement - Possibly 8x8 First - 8x8
    Description: A huge room that you won't have to worry about running out of
                 space. This will be the largest first floor that you can possibly
                 get.
    
    THE SECOND FLOOR
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    Cost:        798,000
    Size:        Basement - 8x8 First - 8x8 Second - 8x8
    Description: The hardest to get and the hardest to pay off. This basicly adds
                 an entire first floor to your house. The space is needed late on,
                 but in the early game, you probably shouldn't have gotten to this
                 so quickly. It will severly lower your scores from the HRA if
                 there isn't much up here.
    
    YOUR STATUE
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    Cost:        None
    Size:        1x1
    Description: When you finally pay off all of your debt, Nook will reward you
                 with a statue in your town. The first person to pay off in your
                 town, gets a gold one. Second, a silver. Third, a bronze. Do your
                 best to beat your friends to the gold!
    
    THE BANK
    --------
    Cost:        None
    Size:        None
    Description: What good does paying off the Second Floor do? At the Post Office,
                 instead of paying off your debt, you'll be able to store your
                 bells. Up to 99,999,999 of them! :)
    
    Nook's Shops:
    
    As the shops get larger, Nook has more stuff to sell. The sooner you get the
    largest store, you'll have a higher chance of getting the items you really
    want. The amount tells you how much you must buy/sell to get Nook to upgrade to
    the next level. It is not cumulative. The furniture says how many of the items
    that you can buy and get tickets from, that Nook will sell.
    
    NOOK'S CRANNY
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    Amount:      None
    Furniture:   1
    Time:        9am - 10pm
    Description: A really small shop without much to offer. I would hurry up and
                 buy/sell to get him to upgrade. You'll need both the money and the
                 option to buy more items.
    
    NOOK 'N GO
    -----------
    Amount:      25,000
    Furniture:   2
    Time:        8am - 11pm
    Description: Still not that big, but the open time is pure advantagous. I've
                 played Animal Crossing at 8 in the morning and I hate to have to
                 wait for him to open in the other stores.
    
    NOOKWAY
    -------
    Amount:      65,000
    Furniture:   4
    Time:        9am - 10pm
    Description: The true beginning of Nook's shops. You can get here pretty
                 quickly and get a large selection of items. He'll even start
                 mailing you daily with the name of his best furniture. Quite a
                 benefit.
    
    NOOKINGTON'S
    ------------
    Amount:      150,000, Have one visitor from another town buy something from
                 your Nookway
    Furniture:   6
    Time:        9am - 10pm
    Description: This is when Timmy and Tommy poke their heads in. It has two
                 floors of our little toys :). On the first, Tom Nook continues to
                 be your cashier. It contains paper, seeds, an unbrella, and 3
                 tools a day. On the second floor, Timmy and Tommy become the
                 cashiers. They are probably more annoying than Tom Nook was. On
                 this floor, they have 6 pieces of furniture, 5 sets of clothing,
                 3 wallpapers, and 3 floors. This is probably the very best store
                 imaginable. It took me about a month to reach this, but then
                 again, I wasn't trying to get this far.
    
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    6) Fruits
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    Selling fruits is the easiest way to make some quick bells. You can sell your
    starting fruit for 100 bells and can sell fruit you brought from another town
    and sell those for 500 bells. Over time, fruit does not become a popular source
    of income. Fishing and catching bugs offer a larger amount of cash, but in the
    beginning, this is the best way. Coconuts are worth 150 bells.
    
    The Fruits:
    
    Apples
    Cherries
    Coconuts
    Peaches
    Pears
    
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    7) Tools
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    Here are the basic tools of the game. Learn to use them well:
    
    Shovel - Digging
    ----------------
    
    Cost:   500 bells
    Info:   Tips and Tricks, Golden Tools, Fossils, Gyroids
    To Use: Equip. Press A to dig a hole. Press A again to cover it back up.
    
    The first tool that you buy is one of the most used. You can dig up the stars
    on the ground to get fossils or gyroids. Both can be extremely valuable.
    
    Net - Catching
    --------------
    
    Cost:   500 bells
    Info:   Tips and Tricks, Golden Tools, Bugs
    To Use: Equip. Press A to swing. Press and hold A to slow down and get it ready
            for a strike.
    
    The second tool that you can buy. This will be your first real money maker.
    Bugs can give you from 60 bells to 10,000 each. The net will be the key to
    getting all 40.
    
    Fishing Pole - Fishing
    ----------------------
    
    Cost:   500 bells
    Info:   Tips and Tricks, Golden Tools, Fish
    To Use: Equip. Press A near water to cast. When a fish nibbles, wait. When the
            line goes underwater, press A repeatedly until caught. Bigger fish take
            longer to both bite and get out of the water.
    
    The third tool that you can buy. My personal favorite way to make easy money
    is to fish. Just in the sea, you can catch fish worth 3,000 to 5,000. Fish sell
    for 125 to 15,000 each. There are 40 fish all waiting to be caught.
    
    Ax - Chopping
    -------------
    
    Cost:   500 bells
    Info:   Tips and Tricks, Golden Tools
    To Use: Equip. Press A to swing. Stand near a tree for best results. :)
    
    This last tool is used to help control the population of trees. New trees will
    appear each day, so you will have to cut down dense forests to keep your town
    looking good. Use the shovel to dig up the stumps. The ax will grow dull if
    used alot.
    
    Golden Tools:
    
    The tools will all increase their abilities if you upgrade them to Golden
    Tools. To get them, follow the instructions:
    
    Golden Shovel
    -------------
    To Get: First, purchase two shovels. Find a glowing spot on the ground and dig
            up the 1,000 bells. Then bury the second shovel into the hole. A tree
            sapling will appear. Wait a few days for it to grow into a golden tree.
            Shake the tree and the Golden Shovel will fall out.
    Extra:  Can now dig up 100 bells if you dig around randomly.
    
    Golden Net
    ----------
    To Get: First, purchase a net. Attempt to catch all 40 bugs. As soon as that is
            done, talk to the Mayor. He'll give you the Golden Net. 
    Extra:  Makes catching bugs easier. You'll also get a butterfly picture on the
            side of your house.
    
    Golden Fishing Pole
    -------------------
    To Get: First, purchase a fishing pole. Attempt to catch all 40 fish. As soon
            as that is done, talk to the Mayor. He'll give you the Golden Fishing
            Pole.
    Extra:  Makes catching fish easier. You'll also get a fish weathervane on top
            of your house.
    
    Golden Ax
    ---------
    To Get: You must have a perfect town for 14 days. To check up on this, talk to
            the wishing well. It'll will tell you several things that need to be
            done. I suggest checking the Perfect Town FAQ that is found at
            GameFAQs, maybe IGN, for more information regarding this. Then talk to
            the wishing well and it will give you the ax. How it does it, is quite
            interesting. (Thanks to Videoshocker2 for some info.)
    Extra:  Never grows dull.
    
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    8) Wanderers
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    Many people will visit your town over time. Here are them:
    
    Chip
    ----
    When: 6am to 6pm every Sunday in June and Nov
    Chip is a beaver who leads the Summer Fishing Tourney and the Fall Fishing
    Tourney. Bring him a bass and he'll measure it. If it is larger than the
    largest bass already, then you'll get a minor prize. You can continue the
    process until you decide to stop. If you have the biggest fish by the end of
    the day, Chip will mail you a larger prize. Usually a piece of furniture. It
    may be that missing piece in your collection. You can not turn in Sea Bass, but
    it is quite amusing hearing what he has to say about turning in one...
    
    Largest Bass Known:      33 inches caught by Andrew
    Caught a larger one? Send it in! vegeeta777@nc.rr.com
    
    Franklin
    --------
    When: 3pm to 9pm on the fourth Thursday of Nov
    He shows up at the annual Harvest Festival. Not that turkies are bright or
    anything, but this one was invited to dinner by Tortimer. He suspects that he
    was invited to be the dinner! I can't believe Tortimer could be so evil... But,
    who doesn't like a nice, hot, delicous Turkey to scuff down... Anyways, help
    him out of his jam by getting the utensils on the banquet table somewhere in
    town. Give them to Franklin and he'll give you a piece of the Harvest Furniture
    Set. I guess that will have to do in place of the turkey... You can continue
    the process as much as you want. Franklin can be found hiding behind trees,
    buildings, or other covering places.
    
    Harvest Furniture Set:
    See the Furniture Section
    
    Gracie
    ------
    When: 6am for 24hours - See Copper for date
    Gracie is a giraffe that drives into the village in a red convertible. Yet, she
    doesn't think that it is in the best of shape. That is where you come in.
    You'll go over to the car and start spiffing it up. Press A really fast and she
    will give you a special shirt. Do it slowly and you'll get a normal one. The
    special shirts can only be gotten from Grace.
    
    Gracie's Special Shirts and Nook's Buying Prices:
    Butterfly Shirt         1,800
    Caterpillar Tee         1,700
    Citrus Shirt            1,600
    Cool Shirt              1,600
    Coral Shirt             1,550
    Cow Print               1,600
    Crossing Shirt          1,550
    Fiendish Shirt          1,700
    Giraffe Print           1,550
    Gracie's Top            1,550
    Grape Shirt             1,600
    Grass Shirt             1,450
    Groovy Shirt            1,600
    Kiwi Shirt              1,600
    Ladybug Shirt           1,350
    Lavender Robe           1,450
    Leopard Print           1,600
    Melon Shirt             1,600
    Orange Pinstripe        1,250
    Pulse Shirt             1,500
    Shirt Circuit           1,280
    Snow Shirt              1,700
    Splendid Shirt          1,550
    Strawberry Shirt        1,600
    Swell Shirt             1,500
    Tiger Print             1,600
    Tin Shirt               1,600
    Watermelon Shirt        1,600
    Zebra Print             1,600
    
    Gulliver
    --------
    When: 6am to 12am on a random day each week
    Gulliver is a seagull who became a sailor. Since he normally flys, he always
    manages to mess up and is washed off into the ocean. He'll be knocked
    unconscious. Wake him up and he'll tell you a story and give you an item that
    you can only get from him.
    
    Items and Nook's Buying Prices:
    Arc de Triomphe          2,300
    Bottled Ship               840
    Chinese Lion             1,200
    Chinese Lioness          1,800
    Compass                    320
    Fishing Bear               680
    Lady Liberty             2,300
    Manekin Pis              1,300
    Matryoshka                 980
    Merlion                  2,300
    Mermaid Statue           1,900
    Moai Statue              1,900
    Mouth of Truth           1,900
    Pagoda                   1,280
    Plate Armor              1,850
    Shogi Piece              1,250
    Stone Coin               1,400
    Tiger Bobblehead           580
    Tokyo Tower              1,150
    Tower of Pisa            2,300
    Tribal Mask              1,100
    
    Jack
    ----
    When: 6pm to 1am on Oct 31st to Nov 1st
    Jack will be mixed in the crows of punpkin head wearing animals. If you can
    find him, give him a piece of candy and you'll receive a piece of the Spooky
    Furniture set. If you don't give him candy, he'll play a trick on you like the
    other villagers. You can protect your candy from the other villagers by storing
    the pieces in letters. Jack will be the pumpkin head that doesn't run toward
    you when you walk by. Get your candy ready and then talk to Jack.
    
    Spooky Furniture Series:
    See the Furniture Section
    
    Jingle
    ------
    When: 8pm to 1am on Dec 24th to Dec 25th
    Jingle, like Jack, will give you a prize every time you find him. This time,
    there won't be any annoying villagers bothering you. Just talking to him will
    get you a piece of the Jingle Series. You can only get five pieces, though.
    After each piece that you get, leave the acre and go another acre away. Then go
    back and talk to him to get the other four furniture pieces.If you bring extra
    pieces of clothing. Just switch into another outfit and Jingle might think it
    is another person. Be sure to make a suddle difference in each piece of
    clothing. He might guess that you're the same person...
    
    Jingle Furniture Series:
    See the Furniture Section
    
    Joan
    ----
    When: 6am to 12pm every Sunday
    This boar is the same one that you see on the train. She comes with Turnips for
    sale every Sunday. The turnips cost different each week. You then, in turn,
    sell them to Tom Nook for a higher price. Yet, he buys them at different prices
    each day. You can only buy and sell turnips in sets of 10, 50, or 100.
    
    Items:
    Turnip
    
    Katrina
    -------
    When: 9pm for 24 hours - Ask Copper for date
    Katrina is a fortune teller cat that comes to your town every now and then. She
    will give you your fortune for 50 bells. If it is a normal fortune, you can get
    another one for another 50 bells. But if it's a special one (see the list
    below), you'll get a different effect. You cannot get a new fortune after
    getting a special one. Katrina will also appear on New Year's Day and let you
    draw a special lot. A good result ends with spectacular luck for a short period
    of time.
    
    Katrina's Fortunes and Their Effects:
    Love                  Villagers of the opposite sex will take a liking to you
    Lucky Finances        You'll earn and find more bells than normal
    Lucky Materials       It will become easier to acquire rare items
    Unlucky               You will fall down much
    Unpopular             Villagers will act coldly toward you
    
    Redd
    ----
    When: 6pm to 6am - Ask Copper for date
    A fox with a tent that comes to your town every once in a while. It is black
    with a sign that says black market on it and has the black crossed out. What a
    corny joke... Anyways, he sells three items while he stays in your town. Most
    of them are complete rip offs. Yet there a few items that he sells that you can
    only buy from him. Just because you can only buy these from him, doesn't mean
    that you can't receive one from an animal friend...
    
    Items and Redd's Selling Prices:
    Aiko Figurine             3,200
    Amazing Painting          7,840
    Backyard Pool             3,960
    Balloon Fight (NES)      12,000
    Basic Painting            7,840
    Bass                      9,600
    Black Bishop             11,200
    Black Knight             11,200
    Black Rook               11,200
    Blue Bed                  8,400
    Blue Table                7,200
    Cabana Bed                8,800
    Cabana Chair              6,400
    Cabin Chair               6,800
    Cabin Dresser             8,640
    Classic Vanity           10,240
    Classic Wardrobe         10,240
    Clu - Clu Land (NES)     12,000
    Common Painting           7,840
    Computer                  7,280
    Dainty Painting           7,840
    Deer Scare                7,200
    Dice Stereo               8,600
    Ebony Piano              15,200
    Exotic Bed               10,160
    Exotic Table              9,200
    Famous Painting           7,840
    Flowery Paining           7,840
    Frog Woman Pole           5,600
    Golf (NES)               12,000
    Green Dresser             9,280
    Green Wardrobe            9,200
    High-end Stereo          11,000
    Hinaningyo               10,240
    Judge's Bell              7,160
    Kiddie Bed                8,400
    Kiddie Clock              5,920
    Lawn Mower               11,040
    Letter Cubby              9,200
    Lovely Armoire            8,960
    Lovely End Table          7,200
    Lovely Stereo             7,920
    Luigi Trophy             28,000
    Modern End Table          7,600
    Modern Wardrobe          10,240
    Moving Painting           7,840
    NES Console              12,000
    Pinball (NES)            12,000
    Quaint Painting           7,840
    Ranch Chair               5,600
    Ranch Dresser            10,880
    Red Corner               27,200
    Regal Bed                12,480
    Regal Chair               8,400
    Robo-Clock                5,600
    Saddle Fence              8,720
    Scary Painting            7,840
    Steam Roller             18,000
    Super Toilet              7,920
    Tanabata Palm             7,700
    Tinpano Drum              8,400
    Turntable                10,320
    Well                     10,800
    White Bishop             11,200
    White Knight             11,200
    White Rook               11,200
    Wide-Screen TV            8,800
    
    Here's a little secret given to me from criswell22 on Redd:
    "I posted this a couple of days ago but in case you didn't see it Sale
    day is a special holiday for both Tom Nooks and Redd. Of course you know
    that you can get the model of Redds tent from Tortimer and and grab bags
    from Nook but did you know that if you buy all of the items in Redd's
    tent he will reappear with more? Every time you buy him out he will
    return with more stuff until Sale day is over so don't spend all your
    bells on grabbags till you see what Redd's got.As far as I know this is
    the only day that Redd will reappear after you have bought all his
    items."
    Redd may stay in the same spot or move. Talk to Copper to find where he went to
    only on Sale Day.
    
    Saharah
    -------
    When: 6am for 24 hours - See Copper for date
    Saharah is the carpet traveller. She'll carry around some special carpets and
    sell them to you, for a fairly expensive price. Fork over a normal carpet and
    2,000 bells and she will give you one of these priceless gems. You can only get
    them from her.
    
    Saharah's Carpets and Nook's Buying Prices:
    Ancient Tile         2,400
    Basement Floor       2,125
    Boxing Ring Mat      2,500
    Chessboard Rug       2,075
    Classroom Floor      1,500
    Closed Road          1,625
    Concrete Floor       1,800
    Daisy Meadow         1,800
    Lunar Surface        2,000
    Mossy Carpet         2,000
    Music Room Floor     1,800
    Office Flooring      1,700
    Saharah's Desert     1,800
    Sand Garden          1,750
    Sandlot              1,700
    Sidewalk             1,950
    Tropical Floor       2,050
    Western Desert       1,700
    
    Totokeke (K.K. Slider)
    ----------------------
    When: 8pm to 12am every Saturday
    K.K. sits in front of the Train Station every Saturday night. He'll play a song
    for you and give you a tape of it. You'll see the credits while he plays the
    songs. You can request one or he can play a random one.
    
    Songs:
    See Music Section
    
    Snowman
    -------
    When: Every single day between Dec 25th to mid-Feb
    During the Winter season, look for two snowballs on the ground. Roll one of
    them around and it will grow in size. Roll the second ball around to get it
    half the size of the first one. Put them together and a snowman will be formed.
    If you did the task correctly, you'll receive a piece of the Snowman Furniture
    Set.
    
    Snowman Furniture Series:
    See the Furniture Section
    
    Wendell
    -------
    When: 6am for 24 hours - See Copper for date
    Wendell comes around on a random day and is usually hungry. If you give him a
    fish and he'll give you a wallpaper. You can only do it three times a day, so
    find him in the early hours.
    
    Wendell's Wallpaper and Nook's Buying Prices:
    Ancient Wall            2,300
    Backgammon Wall         1,800
    Basement Wall           1,875
    Blue Tarp               1,400
    Classroom Wall          1,500
    Desert Vista            2,250
    Garden Wall             1,600
    Industrial Wall         1,750
    Lunar Horizon           1,900
    Meadow Vista            2,000
    Mortar Wall             1,750
    Music Room Wall         1,600
    Office Wall             1,750
    Ringside Seating        2,250
    Sandlot Wall            1,700
    Tree-Lined Wall         1,850
    Tropical Vista          2,300
    Western Vista           1,500
    
    Wisp
    ----
    When: 12am to 4am if certain conditions have beeen met
    Wisp will appear if and only if you have tons of weeds. If he is in your town,
    you'll find him as soon as you enter his acre. He'll request that you catch
    five wayward spirits with your bug net. If you accomplish the task before 4am,
    he'll give you a wish. One of them is on the list below:
    
    Wisp's Wishes:
    Give you a gift
    Pull all of the weeds in the village
    Repaint the roof of your house
    
    That is alot of wanderers. It may be a task to see them all, but you probably
    will. Especially if you are a hard core gamer that must have everything in this
    game.
    
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    9) Furniture
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    This section will contain information on every single piece of furniture in the
    game, or at least most of them. If there is one missing please e-mail me.
    
    See the HRA section for more on Feng Shui. See Tom Nook's Shop in the Your Town
    section for more on Groups. Size is based on how many square in your home that
    the item takes up. Price is the amount needed to buy the item from Tom Nook's
    Catalog. If the Found at says a character's name, look in the Wanderers section
    for more info. Unless it is the mayor. If his name is there, just talk to him.
    
    Furniture Series are groups of pieces of furniture that are all related to each
    other. It contains the basic necesities of life. The series' also have matching
    wallpaper and carpet. I mention them after each series.
    
                                   SERIES
                                   ------
    
                                 Blue Series
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Blue Bed            2    2,100     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Blue Bench          2    1,900     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Blue Bookcase       1    1,900     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Blue Bureau         2    2,160     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Blue Cabinet        1    2,400     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Blue Chair          1    1,200     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Blue Clock          1    1,600     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Blue Dresser        1    2,100     Red            -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    Blue Table          1    1,800     Yellow         -      Redd's Tent
    Blue Wardrobe       1    1,920     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    
    Wallpaper - Blue Wall
    Carpet    - Blue Flooring
    
                                Cabana Series
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Cabana Armchair     1    1,800     -              -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    Cabana Bed          2    2,200     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Cabana Bookcase     2    2,400     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Cabana Chair        1    1,600     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Cabana Dresser      1    2,400     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Cabana Lamp         1    1,700     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Cabana Screen       2    2,000     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Cabana Table        2    1,800     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Cabana Vanity       1    1,800     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Cabana Wardrobe     1    2,240     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    
    Wallpaper - Cabana Wall
    Carpet    - Cabana Flooring
    
                                Cabin Series
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Cabin Armchair      1    2,280     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Cabin Bed           2    2,400     Red            A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Cabin Bookcase      2    2,300     -              -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    Cabin Chair         1    1,700     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Cabin Clock         1    2,000     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Cabin Couch         2    2,480     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Cabin Dresser       1    2,160     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Cabin Low Table     4    2,100     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Cabin Table         2    2,100     Red            B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Cabin Wardrobe      1    2,480     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    
    Wallpaper - Cabin Wall
    Carpet    - Cabin Rug
    
                               Classic Series
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Classic Bed         4    2,520     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Classic Cabinet     2    2,560     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Classic Chair       1    1,800     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Classic Clock       1    2,180     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Classic Desk        1    2,200     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Classic Hutch       2    3,360     -              -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    Classic Sofa        2    2,240     Yellow         C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Classic Table       1    1,600     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Classic Vanity      1    2,560     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Classic Wardrobe    1    2,560     -              -      Redd's Tent
    
    Wallpaper - Classic Wall
    Carpet    - Classic Carpet
    
                                Exotic Series
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Exotic Bed          4    2,540     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Exotic Bench        2    1,900     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Exotic Bureau       2    2,400     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Exotic Chair        1    1,400     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Exotic Chest        2    1,800     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Exotic End Table    1    1,600     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Exotic Lamp         1    1,800     Yellow         -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    Exotic Screen       2    2,250     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Exotic Table        2    2,300     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Exotic Wardrobe     1    2,180     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    
    Wallpaper - Exotic Wall
    Carpet    - Exotic Rug
    
                                 Green Series
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Green Bed           2    2,160     Green          B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Green Bench         2    1,800     Green          A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Green Chair         1    1,200     Green          A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Green Counter       2    2,400     Green          B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Green Desk          1    2,000     Green          C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Green Dresser       2    2,320     Green          -      Redd's Tent
    Green Lamp          1    1,800     Green          C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Green Pantry        1    2,290     Green          -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    Green Table         4    1,700     Green          C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Green Wardrobe      1    2,300     Green          -      Redd's Tent
    
    Wallpaper - Green Wall
    Carpet    - Green Rug
    
                               Harvest Series
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Harvest Bed         2      -       -              -      Franklin
    Harvest Bureau      1      -       -              -      Franklin
    Harvest Chair       1      -       -              -      Franklin
    Harvest Clock       1      -       -              -      Franklin
    Harvest Dresser     2      -       -              -      Franklin
    Harvest Lamp        1      -       -              -      Franklin
    Harvest Mirror      1      -       -              -      Franklin
    Harvest Sofa        2      -       -              -      Franklin
    Harvest Table       2      -       -              -      Franklin
    Harvest TV          1      -       -              -      Franklin
    
    Wallpaper - Harvest Wall
    Carpet    - Harvest Carpet
    
                                Jingle Series
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Jingle Bed          2      -       Red            -      Jingle
    Jingle Chair        1      -       Red            -      Jingle
    Jingle Clock        1      -       Red            -      Jingle
    Jingle Dresser      2      -       Red            -      Jingle
    Jingle Lamp         1      -       Red            -      Jingle
    Jingle Piano        2      -       Red            -      Jingle
    Jingle Shelves      1      -       Red            -      Jingle
    Jingle Sofa         2      -       Red            -      Jingle
    Jingle Table        4      -       Red            -      Jingle
    Jingle Wardrobe     1      -       Red            -      Jingle
    
    Items not needed to complete the set:
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group  Found at
    Big Festive Tree    4    2,480     Special        -    Tom Nook's Shop Dec 1-24
    Festive Tree        1    1,300     Special        -    Tom Nook's Shop Dec 1-24
    
    Wallpaper - Jingle Wall
    Carpet    - Jingle Carpet
    
                                Kiddie Series
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Kiddie Bed          2    2,100     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Kiddie Bookcase     1    1,800     -              -      Tom Nook's Shop
    Kiddie Bureau       1    2,200     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Kiddie Chair        1    1,400     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Kiddie Clock        1    1,480     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Kiddie Couch        2    2,200     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Kiddie Dresser      2    2,150     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Kiddie Stereo       2    1,900     -              -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    Kiddie Table        4    2,200     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Kiddie Wardrobe     1    2,180     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    
    Wallpaper - Kiddie Wall
    Carpet    - Kiddie Carpet
    
                                Lovely Series
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Lovely Armchair     1    2,000     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Lovely Armoire      1    2,240     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Lovely Bed          2    2,000     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Lovely Chair        1    1,600     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Lovely Dresser      2    2,160     Red            C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Lovely End Table    1    1,800     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Lovely Lamp         1    1,600     Red            B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Lovely Kitchen      2    2,280     -              -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    Lovely Table        1    1,800     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Lovely Vanity       1    2,200     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    
    Items not needed to complete the set:
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Lovely Phone        1      -       -              -      Mother's Day - Mayor
    Lovely Stereo       2    1,980     -              -      Redd's Tent
    
    Wallpaper - Lovely Wall
    Carpet    - Lovely Carpet
    
                                Modern Series
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Modern Bed          2    2,320     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Modern Cabinet      2    2,580     -              -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    Modern Chair        1    1,500     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Modern Desk         2    2,480     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Modern Dresser      1    2,250     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Modern End Table    1    1,900     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Modern Lamp         1    1,400     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Modern Sofa         2    2,620     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Modern Table        2    1,800     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Modern Wardrobe     1    2,560     -              -      Redd's Tent
    
    Wallpaper - Modern Wall
    Carpet    - Modern Tile
    
                                 Ranch Series
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Ranch Armchair      2    2,400     Green          A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Ranch Bed           2    2,300     Red            C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Ranch Bookcase      1    2,000     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Ranch Chair         1    1,400     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Ranch Couch         2    2,400     Green          C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Ranch Dresser       2    2,720     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Ranch Hutch         1    2,560     -              -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    Ranch Table         4    1,700     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Ranch Tea Table     2    1,800     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Ranch Wardrobe      1    3,050     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    
    Wallpaper - Ranch Wall
    Carpet    - Ranch Flooring
    
                                 Regal Series
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Regal Armoire       1    3,820     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Regal Bed           4    3,120     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Regal Bookcase      2    3,120     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Regal Chair         1    2,100     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Regal Cupboard      1    3,360     -              -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    Regal Dresser       1    3,520     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Regal Lamp          1    2,400     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Regal Sofa          2    3,100     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Regal Table         2    2,540     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Regal Vanity        1    3,200     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    
    Wallpaper - Regal Wall
    Carpet    - Regal Carpet
    
                               Snowman Series
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Snowman Bed         4      -       -              -      Snowman
    Snowman Chair       1      -       -              -      Snowman
    Snowman Clock       1      -       -              -      Snowman
    Snowman Dresser     1      -       -              -      Snowman
    Snowman Fridge      1      -       -              -      Snowman
    Snowman Lamp        1      -       -              -      Snowman
    Snowman Sofa        2      -       -              -      Snowman
    Snowman Table       4      -       -              -      Snowman
    Snowman TV          1      -       -              -      Snowman
    Snowman Wardrobe    1      -       -              -      Snowman
    
    Wallpaper - Snowman Wall
    Carpet    - Snowman Carpet
    
                                Spooky Series
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Spooky Bed          2      -       Orange         -      Jack
    Spooky Bookcase     1      -       Orange         -      Jack
    Spooky Chair        1      -       Orange         -      Jack
    Spooky Clock        1      -       Orange         -      Jack
    Spooky Dresser      2      -       Orange         -      Jack
    Spooky Lamp         1      -       Orange         -      Jack
    Spooky Sofa         2      -       Orange         -      Jack
    Spooky Table        4      -       Orange         -      Jack
    Spooky Vanity       1      -       Orange         -      Jack
    Spooky Wardrobe     1      -       Orange         -      Jack
    
    Items not needed to complete the set:
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Jack-In-The-Box     1      -       Orange         -      Jack - Halloween Trick
    Jack-o'-Lantern     1      -       -              -      Jack - Halloween Trick
    
    Wallpaper - Spooky Wall
    Carpet    - Spooky Carpet
    
                                      THEMES
                                      ------
    
                                 Backyard Theme
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Backyard Pool       4      990     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Barbecue            1    1,760     Red            B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Bird Bath           1    1,450     Green          A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Bird Feeder         1    1,260     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Birdhouse           1    1,620     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Bug Zapper          1    1,200     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Garden Gnome        1    3,380     -              -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    Hammock             2    1,320     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Lawn Chair          1    1,180     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Lawn Mower          1    2,760     Red            -      Redd's Tent
    Mr. Flamingo        1    1,530     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Mrs. Flamingo       1    1,530     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Picnic Table        4    1,390     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Sprinkler           1    1,640     Yellow         C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Tiki Torch          1      870     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    
    Wallpaper - Backyard Fence Wall
    Carpet    - Backyard Lawn
    
                                   Boxing Theme
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Blue Corner         4    6,800     -              -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    Boxing Barricade    1    1,050     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Boxing Mat          2    1,180     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Judge's Bell        1    1,790     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Neutral Corner      4    5,500     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Red Corner          4    6,800     Red            -      Redd's Tent
    Ringside Table      2    1,320     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Sandbag             1    3,190     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Speed Bag           1    2,990     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Weight Bench        2    3,590     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    
    Wallpaper - Ringside Seating
    Carpet    - Boxing Ring Mat
    
                                    Chess Theme
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Black Bishop        1    2,800     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Black King          1   23,200     -              -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    Black Knight        1    2,800     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Black Pawn          1    1,000     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Black Queen         1   23,200     -              -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    Black Rook          1    2,800     -              -      Redd's Tent
    White Bishop        1    2,800     -              -      Redd's Tent
    White King          1   23,200     -              -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    White Knight        1    2,800     -              -      Redd's Tent
    White Pawn          1    1,000     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    White Queen         1   23,200     -              -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    White Rook          1    2,800     -              -      Redd's Tent
    
    Wallpaper - Backgammon Wall
    Carpet    - Chessboard Rug
    
                                  Classroom Theme
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Chalkboard          2    1,400     Green          C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Cubby Hole          2    2,200     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Flip-Top Desk       1    1,320     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Folding Chair       1      600     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Hamster Cage        1    2,290     Red            -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    Lefty Desk          2    2,240     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Letter Cubby        2    2,300     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Mop                 1      900     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Righty Desk         1    1,240     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    School Desk         1    1,320     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Science Table       2    1,900     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Teacher's Chair     1    1,440     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Teacher's Desk      2    1,580     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Vaulting Horse      1    1,200     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    
    Wallpaper - Classroom Wall
    Carpet    - Classroom Floor
    
                                 Construction Theme
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Cement Mixer        1    1,600     Orange         -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    Detour Arrow        1      600     Red            A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Detour Sign         1      830     Orange         B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Flagman Sign        1      850     Orange         B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Green Drum          1      800     Green          B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Handcart            1      800     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Haz-Mat Barrel      1      830     Red            C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Iron Frame          2    1,200     Red            C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Jackhammer          1    1,880     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Jersey Barrir       1    1,050     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Manhole Cover       1    1,000     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Men at Work Sign    1      850     Orange         C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Merge Sign          1      850     Orange         A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Oil Drum            1      840     Orange         A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Orange Cone         1      600     Red            C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Saw Horse           1      900     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Speed Sign          1      870     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Steamroller         2    4,500     Yellow         -      Redd's Tent
    Traffic Cone        1      800     Red            A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Wet Roadway Sign    1      850     Orange         B      Tom Nook's Shop
    
    Wallpaper - Blue Tarp
    Carpet    - Closed Road
    
                                 Mossy Garden Theme
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Deer Scare          1    1,800     Green          -      Redd's Tent
    Garden Pond         4    2,580     -              -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    Low Lantern         1    2,100     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Pond Lantern        1    1,980     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Shrine Lantern      1    1,980     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Tall Lantern        1    1,980     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    
    Wallpaper - Mortar Wall
    Carpet    - Mossy Carpet
    
                                    Rock Garden
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Dark Stone          2    2,200     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Garden Stone        1    1,800     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Leaning Stone       1    2,100     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Mossy Stone         1    2,160     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Standing Stone      1    2,500     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Stone Couple        2    2,380     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    
    Wallpaper - Garden Wall
    Carpet    - Sand Garden
    
                                    Space Theme
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Asteroid            1    1,800     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Flying Saucer       4    2,400     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Lunar Lander        4    3,200     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Lunar Rover         2    2,560     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Rocket              2    2,400     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Satellite           2    2,600     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Space Shuttle       2    2,780     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Space Station       4    2,800     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Spaceman Sam        1    2,800     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    
    Items not needed to complete the set:
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Moon                4      -       -              -      Harvest Moon
    
    Wallpaper - Lunar Horizon
    Carpet    - Lunar Surface
    
                                   Western Theme
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Covered Wagon       2    3,800     -              -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    Cow Skull           1    1,020     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Desert Cactus       1      890     Green          B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Saddle Fence        1    2,180     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Storefront          2    3,680     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Tumbleweed          1      520     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Wagon Wheel         1    1,230     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Watering Trough     2    1,200     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Well                1    2,700     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Western Fence       1      880     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    
    Wallpaer - Western Vista
    Carpet   - Western Desert
    
                                      SETS
                                      ----
    
                                    Apple Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Apple Clock         1    1,200     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Apple TV            1    1,600     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    
                                   Bonsai Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Mugho Bonsai        1    1,800     Green          B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Pine Bonsai         1    1,800     Green          A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Ponderosa Bonsai    1    1,800     Green          C      Tom Nook's Shop
    
                                   Cactus Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Cactus              1    1,700     Green          A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Round Cactus        1    1,700     Green          C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Tall Cactus         1    1,700     Green          B      Tom Nook's Shop
    
                                   Citrus Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Grapefruit Table    1    1,500     Red            C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Lemon Table         1    1,500     Yellow         B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Lime Chair          1    1,300     Green          A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Orange Chair        1    1,300     Orange         A      Tom Nook's Shop
    
                                    Drum Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Conga Drum          1    1,600     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Djimbe Drum         1    1,900     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Tinpano Drum        1    2,100     -              -      Redd's Tent
    
                                  Figurine Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Aiko Figurine       1      800     -              C      Redd's Tent
    Emi Figurine        1      800     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Keiko Figurine      1      800     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Maki Figurine       1      800     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Naomi Figurine      1      800     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Yoko Figurine       1      800     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Yuki Figurine       1      800     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    
                                    Frog Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Froggy Chair        1    1,200     Green          B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Lily-Pad Chair      1    1,200     Green          B      Tom Nook's Shop
    
                                   Guitar Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Country Guitar      1    1,700     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Folk Guitar         1    1,600     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Rock Guitar         1    1,800     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    
                                Iris Flower Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Iris Chair          1    1,400     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Iris Table          1    1,900     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    
                               Lucky Nintendo Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Luigi Trophy        1    7,000     Special        -      Redd's Tent
    Mario Trophy        1    7,000     Special        -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    
                                    Melon Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Melon Chair         1    1,300     Red            B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Watermelon Chair    1    1,300     Red            A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Watermelon Table    4    1,800     Red            C      Tom Nook's Shop
    
                                  Nintendo Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Arwing              4   25,600     -              -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    G Logo              1    2,500     Special        A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Master Sword        1    2,800     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    N Logo              1    2,800     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    
                                   Office Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Office Chair        1    1,200     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Office Desk         2    1,600     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Office Locker       1    1,200     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    
                                    Pear Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Pear Dreasser       1    1,600     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Pear Wardrobe       1    1,400     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    
                                  Pine Wood Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Pine Chair          1    1,800     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Pine Table          4    2,280     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    
                                 Red Flower Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Tulip Chair         1    1,400     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Tulip Table         1    1,900     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    
                                    Robot Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Robo-Clock          1    1,400     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Robo-Stereo         1    2,200     -              -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    
                              String Instrument Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Bass                1    2,400     -              -      Redd's Tent
    Cello               1    1,800     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Violin              1    2,200     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    
                                   Study Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Globe               1    1,200     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Writing Chair       1    1,000     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Writing Desk        2    1,900     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    
                                 Teddy Bear Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Baby Bear           1      800     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Mama Bear           1    1,600     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    Papa Bear           4    2,200     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    
                                 Totem Pole Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Bear Pole           1    1,400     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Eagle Pole          1    1,400     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Frog Woman Pole     1    1,400     -              -      Redd's Thent
    Raven Pole          1    1,400     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    
                                    Vase Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Blue Vase           1    2,500     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Red Vase            1    2,450     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Tea Vase            1    2,400     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    
                               Vending Machine Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Candy Machine       1    2,200     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Coffee Machine      1    2,100     -              A      Tom Nook's Shop
    Pop Machine         1    3,250     -              -      Tom Nook's Lottery
    Soda Machine        1    1,700     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    
                                Yellow Flower Set
    Furniture         Size   Price     Feng Shui    Group    Found at
    Daffodil Chair      1    1,400     -              C      Tom Nook's Shop
    Daffodil Table      1    1,900     -              B      Tom Nook's Shop
    
    This is really a long list to keep updating, but all that I have left are all
    of the minor pieces of furniture that you can collect. I'll get to them soon,
    I swear!
    
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    10) Paintings
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    A quick section on Paintings. First of all, the only way to get a painting is
    to purchase one from Redd or Tom Nook. The following chart contains all of
    them: (See Your Town - Tom Nook's Shop for definition of Group. The price is
    what you pay to get the item from Nook's catalog.)
    
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    Painting         Group      Price        Available
    --------------------------------------------------------
    Amazing            -        1,960        Redd's Tent
    Basic              -        1,960        Redd's Tent
    Classic            C        1,960        Tom Nook's Shop
    Common             -        1,960        Redd's Tent
    Dainty             -        1,960        Redd's Tent
    Famous             -        1,960        Redd's Tent
    Fine               B        1,960        Tom Nook's Shop
    Flowery            -        1,960        Redd's Tent
    Moving             -        1,960        Redd's Tent
    Perfect            A        1,960        Tom Nook's Shop
    Quaint             -        1,960        Redd's Tent
    Rare               B        1,960        Tom Nook's Shop
    Scary              -        1,960        Redd's Tent
    Strange            A        1,960        Tom Nook's Shop
    Worthy             C        1,960        Tom Nook's Shop
    --------------------------------------------------------
    
    That's all of the paintings in the game. They aren't that difficlut to track
    down. I highly recommend that you turn the first one that you get into the
    Museum. You can always buy the ones you like back from Tom Nook.
    
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    11) Fossils
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    We all know that dinos existed millions of years ago, but who would have
    thought that you could just dig up a little earth and find a fossil? Maybe not
    in the real world, but in Animal Crossing it is so easy to find a fossil.
    First, get a shovel. Next, look for a star on the ground. Dig it up and you'll
    find either a fossil or a gyroid. Usually a fossil. Now, there is only one
    thing you should do. Send it to the Museum for an examination through the mail.
    If you don't have the Museum's address, then head to your personal Museum and
    try to donate it to Blathers. He'll say that you can't do that and tell you
    that the main Museum will mail you with their address. Anyways, after you've
    mailed the fossils, only up to 3 will be mailed back to you the next day. Each
    will be a completely different dino part. You can either get a huge profit by
    selling it to Nook or donate it to your Museum. I recommend that you donate
    the first one you get and sell the repeats. The prize for donating everything
    is quite rare and difficult to get. Well, here is the full list of all dinos
    and their parts: (The price is the selling price to Nook. The dino, Small, are
    the little fossils that are placed on the stands.)
    
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    Dino         Part        Price
    ------------------------------
    Apato     Skull          5,000
    Apato     Torso          4,500
    Apato     Tail           4,000
    Mammoth   Skull          3,000
    Mammoth   Torso          2,500
    Plesio    Skull          4,000
    Plesio    Neck           4,500
    Plesio    Torso          4,500
    Ptera     Skull          4,000
    Ptera     Left Wing      4,500
    Ptera     Right Wing     4,500
    Small     Amber          1,200
    Small     Ammonite       1,100
    Small     Dinosaur Egg   1,400
    Small     Dinosaur Track 1,000
    Small     Trilobite      1,300
    Stego     Skull          5,000
    Stego     Torso          4,500
    Stego     Tail           4,000
    T-Rex     Skull          6,000
    T-Rex     Torso          5,500
    T-Rex     Tail           5,000
    Tricera   Skull          5,500
    Tricera   Torso          5,000
    Tricera   Tail           4,500
    ------------------------------
    
    That's all of the dinos. Hope you found the data useful.
    
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    12) Bugs
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    A fun way to make a some money. It can get difficult and annoying having to
    wait for the bugs to appear, but it pays off in the end. Follow this guide to
    "catch them all." For the best time and when, there won't always be a time or
    month. Here's the list:
    
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Bug              Price    Where        When             Best Time
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Ant                 80    Attraction   All Year
                                           All Day
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Bagworm            250    In Trees     Oct to Mar
                                           All Day
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Banded Dragonfly 4,500    Anywhere     July to Aug
                                           8am to 5pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Bee              4,500    In Trees     All Year
                                           All Day
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Bell Cricket       430    In Grass     Sept to Oct
                                           5pm to 8am       7pm to 4am
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Brown Cicada       200    On Trees     July to Aug
                                           8am to 5pm       8am to 4pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Cockroach            5    On Trees,    Mar to Nov
                              On Flowers,  All Day
                              Attraction
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Common Butterfly    80    Anywhere     Mar to Oct       Apr to June
                                           8am to 5pm       8am to 4pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Common Dragonfly   130    Anywhere     May to July      May to June
                                           8am to 5pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Cricket            130    In Grass     Sept to Nov      Sept
                                           5pm to 8am       7pm to 4am
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Darner Dragonfly   200    Anywhere     June to Aug      June
                                           8am to 5pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Drone Beetle        80    On Trees     July to Aug
                                           All Day          4am to 8am, 5pm to 7pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Dynastid Beetle  1,350    On Trees     July to Aug
                                           7pm to 8am
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Evening Cicada     850    Anywhere     July to Aug
                                           4am to 8am,      4pm to 7pm
                                           4pm to 7pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Firefly            250    Near Water   June
                                           7pm to 4am       7pm to 11pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Flat Stag Beetle 2,000    On Trees     June to Aug
                                           7pm to 8am
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Giant Beetle    10,000    On Trees     July to Aug
                                           11pm to 8am
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Grasshopper        130    In Grass     Aug to Sept
                                           8am to 5pm       8am to 4pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Jewel Beetle     3,000    On Trees     July to Aug
                                           8am to 4pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Ladybug            130    On Flowers   Mar to July, Oct Mar to May
                                           8am to 5pm       8am to 4pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Longhorn Beetle    200    Anywhere     June to Aug
                                           8am to 5pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Long Locust        200    In Grass     Aug to Nov       Sept
                                           8am to 5pm       8am to 4pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Mantis             430    On Flowers   Aug to Oct       Sept to Oct
                                           8am to 5pm       8am to 4pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Migratory Locust 1,350    In Grass     Sept to Nov      Sept to Oct
                                           8am to 7pm       8am to 4pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Mole Cricket       200    Underground  Nov to May       Dec to Apr
                                           All Day
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Mosquito           130    Anywhere     May to Sept      July to Aug
                                           8am to 11pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Mountain Beetle  2,000    On Trees     July to Aug
                                           7pm to 8am
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Pill Bug           250    Under Rocks  All Year
                                           All Day
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Pondskater         130    Ponds        June to Sept
                                           8am to 7pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Pine Cricket       100    In Grass     Sept to Oct
                                           5pm to 8am       7pm to 4am
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Purple Butterfly 2,000    Anywhere     June to Aug
                                           8am to 5pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Red Dragonfly       80    Anywhere     Sept to Oct
                                           8am to 7pm       4pm to 5pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Robust Cicada      300    On Trees     July to Aug
                                           8am to 5pm       8am to 4pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Saw Stag Beetle  2,000    On Trees     July to Aug
                                           7pm to 8am
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Snail              250    On Flowers   Apr to Sept
                                           All Day
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Spider             300    In Trees     Apr to Sept
                                           All Day
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Spotted Ladybug    200    On Flowers   Mar to July, Oct Mar to May
                                           8am to 5pm       8am to 4pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Tiger Butterfly    200    Anywhere     Apr to Sept      May to June
                                           8am to 5pm       8am to 4pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Walker Cicada      400    On Trees     July to Sept
                                           8am to 5pm       8am to 4pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Yellow Butterfly    80    Anywhere     Mar to Oct       Apr to June
                                           8am to 5pm       8am to 4pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Locations:
    Anywhere    - Everywhere.
    Attraction  - Place candy or decaying turnips outside on the ground. This insect
                  will gather around it.
    In Grass    - Is hiding in the grass. Walk by to scare it out.
    In Trees    - You must shake the tree to get it to come out. Then nab it.
    Near Water  - Is near a water source most of the time.
    On Flowers  - Is sitting on a patch of flowers. Nab it and it might hurt your
                  flowers.
    On Trees    - Is hanging on a tree. Use the net to nab it.
    Ponds       - Is in the main pond or the holding pond. Try to nab it from the
                  shore.
    Underground - You must dig a hole when you hear it. It might come out.
    Under Rocks - You must hit a rock with a shovel to get it to come out.
    
    I hope you found this information informative. Now go catch those bugs!
    
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    13) Fish
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Here is the complete table of Fish, their price, when you can catch them, and
    the best times to catch them. For the best time and when, there won't always be
    a time or month. Here's the list:
    
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Fish              Price    Where        When           Best Time
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Angelfish         3,000    River,       May to Oct
                               Pond         4pm to 9am
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Arapaima         10,000    River,       July to 1st Half of Sept
                               Pond         4pm to 9am
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Arowana          10,000    River,       June to Sept
                               Pond         4am to 9am, 4pm to 9pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Barbel Steed        200    River,       All Year       Nov to Apr
                               Pond         All Day        9am to 4pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Barred Knifejaw   5,000    Ocean        Mar to Nov
                                            4am to 9am, 4pm to 9pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Bass                300    River,       All Year       May to Nov
                               Pond         All Day        4pm to 9am
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Bitterling        1,300    River,       Dec to Feb
                               Pond         All Day        4am to 9pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Bluegill            120    River,       All Year       May to Nov
                               Pond         9am to 4pm      
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Brook Trout         150    Pond         All Year       Mar to June, Sept to Nov
                                            All Day        9am to 4pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Carp                300    River,       All Year       Dec to Apr
                               Pond         All Day        4pm to 9am
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Catfish             200    River,       May to Oct     June to Sept
                               Pond         4pm to 9 am    9pm to 4am
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Cherry Salmon     1,300    River,       Mar to June, Sept to Nov
                               Pond         4am to 9am, 4pm to 9pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Coelacanth       15,000    Ocean        All Year
                               When Raining 4pm to 9am
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Crawfish            250    Holding Pond Apr to 1st Half of Sept
                                            All Day
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Crucian Carp        120    River,       All Year,      Mar, Apr, Oct, Nov
                               Pond         All Day        9am to 4pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Dace                200    River,       All Year,      Nov to Apr
                               Pond         4pm to 9am     9pm to 4am
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Eel               2,000    River,       June to Sept   July to Aug
                               Pond         4pm to 9am     9pm to 4am
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Freshwater Goby     300    River,       All Year
                               Pond         All Day
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Frog                250    Holding Pond May to Aug
                                            All Day
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Giant Catfish     3,000    Pond         June to Aug
                                            4pm to 9am
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Giant Snakehead   6,500    Pond         June to Aug    Jul to Aug
                                            9am to 4pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Goldfish          1,300    River,       All Year       Sept
                               Pond         All Day
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Guppy             1,300    River,       Apr to Nov
                               Pond         9am to 4pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Jellyfish           100    Ocean        2nd Half of Aug
                                            All Day
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Killifish           300    Holding Pond Apr to Aug
                                            All Day
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Koi               2,000    River,       All Year       Dec to Apr
                               Pond         All Day        4pm to 9am
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Large Bass        3,000    River,       All Year       May to Nov
                               Pond         All Day        4pm to 9am
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Large Char       10,000    Waterfall    Mar to June, Sept to Nov
                                            4am to 9am, 4pm to 9pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Loach               300    River,       Mar to May     May
                               Pond         All Day        9am to 4pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Pale Chub           200    River,       All Year       Apr to June, Sept to Nov
                               Pond         9am to 4pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Piranha           6,500    River,       June to Sept
                               Pond         9am to 4pm, 9pm to 4am
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Pond Smelt          300    River,       Dec to Feb
                               Pond         All Day        4am to 9pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Popeyed Goldfish  1,300    River,       All Year       Sept
                               Pond         9am to 4pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Rainbow Trout       650    River,       Mar to June,   Mar, Apr, Sept, Oct
                               Pond         Sept to Nov
                                            4am to 9am, 4pm to 9pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Red Snapper       3,000    Ocean        All Year       Apr to June
                                            4pm to 9am
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Salmon              650    River Mouth, Sept
                               River Ocean, All Day
                               Pond
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Sea Bass            120    Ocean        2nd Half of Aug, 1st Half of Sept
                                            All Day
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Small Bass          200    River,       All Year       May to Nov
                               Pond         All Day        9am to 4pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Stringfish       15,000    River,       Dec to Feb     4pm to 9am
                               Pond         4pm to 9am
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Sweetfish         1,300    River,       July to Sept   July to Aug
                               Pond         All Day        4am to 9pm
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Locations:
    Holding Pond - There are several ponds in your town. The fish might be in one.
                   Is not connected to any other water source.
    Pond         - Is in your pond on the river. Somewhere along your river is a
                   big water hole. This is it.
    Ocean        - Can be caught inside the ocean. The southern sea below your
                   town.
    River        - Is found in the long river through your town. Cast and get it
                   there.
    River Mouth  - Is found at the mouth of your river. Near the train tracks.
    River Ocean  - Is found near the mouth of the river that empties into the
                   ocean. That means some of the fish might be caught inside the
                   ocean as well.
    When Raining - Must be caught when the rain is coming down.
    
    That's it for the fish. Remember, that it is easier to catch rarer fish when it
    is raining...
    
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    14) Music
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Here is the full list of K.K. Slider songs that you can get from him. Just type
    in the name of each song in the request and he'll play the tune and give you a
    tape. If you don't know one, he'll randomly play one for you and give you the
    tape of it. There are no spaces in K.K.
    
    The Songs:
    
    Aloha K.K.
    CafT K.K.
    Comrade K.K.
    DJ K.K.
    Go K.K. Rider!
    I love you
    Imperial K.K.
    K.K. Aria
    K.K. Ballad
    K.K. Bossa
    K.K. Calypso
    K.K. Casbah
    K.K. Chorale
    K.K. Condor
    K.K. Country
    K.K. Cruisin'
    K.K. D & B
    K.K. Dirge
    K.K. Etude
    K.K. Faire
    K.K. Folk
    K.K. Fusion
    K.K. Gamba
    K.K. Jazz
    K.K. Lament
    K.K. Love Song
    K.K. Lullaby
    K.K. Mambo
    K.K. March
    K.K. Parade
    K.K. Ragtime
    K.K. Reggae
    K.K. Rock
    K.K. Safari
    K.K. Salsa
    K.K. Samba
    K.K. Ska
    K.K. Song
    K.K. Soul
    K.K. Steppe
    K.K. Swing
    K.K. Technopop
    K.K. Waltz
    K.K. Western
    Lucky K.K.
    Mr. K.K.
    Only Me
    Rockin' K.K.
    Senor K.K.
    Soulful K.K.
    Surfin' K.K.
    The K. Funk
    Two Days Ago
    
    Three of these songs can only be obtained if you specially request them from
    K.K. They are "K.K. Song," "Two Days Ago," and "I Love You." K.K. Slider will
    never play these tunes on his own.
    
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    15) NES Games
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    This section contains the full list of NES games that you can get in Animal
    Crossing. It also has instructions on how to play each and if there is any need
    for any strategy.
    
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    BALLOON FIGHT
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    
    CONTROLS  Control Pad - Control your player
              A Button    - Tap to float up
              B Button    - Tap to float down
    
    <--Coming Soon!--> NOTE: I have found all of the NES games. I know what they
                             are and what the controls are. I am just in the
                             process of documenting everything.
    
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    16) Clothing
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    This section will contain information on what the clothes are. You can always
    make your own clothes, but here are the ones made by the game developers:
    
    Price is the amount when bought from Tom Nook's catalog. Best Time is the
    season in which it is easier to find the item. See Your Town, Tom Nook, for
    more info on what group is.
    
    ------------------------------------------------------------
    Clothing          Price  Best Time   Where             Group
    ------------------------------------------------------------
    A Shirt             370  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Airy Shirt          420  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Ancient Knit        390  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Anju's Shirt        460  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Arctic Camo         320  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Argyle Knit         460  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Aurora Knit         380  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Bad Plaid Shirt     420  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Barber Shirt        380  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    BB Shirt            350  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Bear Shirt          390  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Beatnik Shirt       360  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Berry Gingham       330  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Big Bro's Shirt     320  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Big Dot Shirt       340  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Big Star Shirt      400  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Blossom Shirt       370  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Blossoming Shirt    390  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Blue Aloha Shirt      -  All         Animal Island       -
    Blue Check Print    360  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Blue Check Shirt    380  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Blue Grid Shirt     340  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Blue Pinstripe      380  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Blue Scale Shirt    370  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Blue Stripe Knit    340  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Blue Tartan         390  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Blue Tie-Dye        380  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Bold Check Shirt    260  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Botanical Shirt     420  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Bubble Shirt        410  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Butterfly Shirt       -  All         Gracie              -
    Cafe Shirt          420  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Caterpillar Tee       -  All         Gracie              -
    Caveman Tunic       380  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Chain-Gang Shirt    260  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Checkerboard Tee    340  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Chichi Print        180  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Checkered Shirt     390  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Cherry Shirt        380  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Chevron Shirt       320  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Circus Shirt        370  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Citrus Gingham      360  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Citrus Shirt          -  All         Gracie              -
    Classic Top         350  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Cloudy Shirt        320  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Club Shirt          360  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Comfy Sweater       360  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Concierge Shirt     350  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Cool Shirt            -  All         Gracie              -
    Coral Shirt           -  All         Gracie              -
    Cow Print             -  All         Gracie              -
    Cozy Sweater        350  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Crewel Shirt        380  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Crossing Shirt        -  Fall        Gracie              -
    Daisy Shirt         380  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Danger Shirt        340  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Dapper Shirt        350  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Dark Polka Shirt    350  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Dawn Shirt          380  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Dazed Shirt         350  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Deep Blue Tee       380  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Deer Shirt          380  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Denim Shirt         390  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Desert Camo         320  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Desert Shirt        390  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Diamond Shirt       380  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Dice Shirt          340  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Diner Uniform       290  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Dragon Suit         340  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Dreamy Shirt        390  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Earthy Knit         390  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Eight-Ball Shirt    340  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Exotic Shirt        380  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Fall Plaid Shirt    370  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Far-Out Shirt       380  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Fetching Outfit     420  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Fiendish Shirt        -  All         Gracie              -
    Fish Bone Shirt     340  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Fish Knit           390  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Five-Ball Shirt     340  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Flame Shirt         360  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Flicker Shirt       360  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Floral Knit         420  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Flowery Shirt       400  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Folk Shirt          380  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Fortune Shirt       480  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Four-Ball Shirt     340  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Fresh Shirt         380  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Frog Shirt          340  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Funkly Dot Shirt    430  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Future Shirt        390  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    G Logo Shirt        128  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Gaudy Sweater       330  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Gelato Shirt        330  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Giraffe Print         -  All         Gracie              -
    Go-Go Shirt         360  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Gracie's Top          -  All         Gracie              -
    Grass Shirt           -  All         Gracie              -
    Gray Tartan         420  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Green Bar Shirt     320  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Green Ring Shirt    180  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Green Tie-Dye       380  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Groovy Shirt          -  All         Gracie              -
    Gumdrop Shirt       390  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Heart Shirt         360  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Hippie Shirt        360  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Hot Spring Shirt    520  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Houndstooth Knit    370  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop
    Houndstooth Shirt   350  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Icy Shirt           390  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Jade Check Print    360  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Jagged Shirt        360  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Jester Shirt        420  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Jingle Shirt          -  Winter      Jingle              -
    Jungle Camo         320  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Kaffe's Shirt       460  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Kiddie Shirt        340  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Kiwi Shirt            -  All         Gracie              -
    Caced Shirt         370  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Ladybug Shirt         -  All         Gracie              -
    Lavender Robe         -  All         Gracie              -
    Leather Jerkin      390  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Lemon Gingham       330  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Leopard Print         -  All         Gracie              -
    Li'l Bro's Shirt    320  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Light Line Shirt    380  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Lime Line Shirt     380  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Lite Polka Shirt    380  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Loud Bloom Shirt    360  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Loud Line Shirt     370  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Lovely Shirt        400  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Melon Gingham       330  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Melon Shirt           -  All         Gracie              -
    Mint Gingham        330  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Misty Shirt         380  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Mod Top             340  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Moldy Shirt          50  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Monkey Shirt        380  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Moody Blue Shirt    123  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Mosaic Shirt        350  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    MVP Shirt           370  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Natty Shirt         380  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Nebula Shirt        390  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Neo-Classic Knit    380  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    New Spring Shirt    520  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Nine-Ball Shirt     340  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    No. 1 Shirt         250  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    No. 2 Shirt         250  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    No. 3 Shirt         250  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    No. 4 Shirt         250  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    No. 5 Shirt         250  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    No. 23 Shirt        250  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    No. 67 Shirt        250  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Noble Shirt         380  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Noodle Shirt        380  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Oft-Seen Print      320  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    One-Ball Shirt      340  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Optical Shirt       430  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Orange Pinstripe      -  All         Gracie              -
    Orange Tie-Dye      380  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Painter's Smock     360  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Patched Shirt         -  Fall        Halloween           -
    Patchwork Top       340  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Paw Shirt           360  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Peachy Shirt        390  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Pink Tartan         420  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Polar Fleece        360  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Pop Bloom Shirt     360  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Prism Shirt         370  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Pulse Shirt           -  All         Gracie              -
    Purple Tie-Dye      380  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Puzzling Shirt      320  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Racer 6 Shirt       380  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Racer Shirt         380  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Rainbow Shirt       777  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Rally Shirt         380  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Red Aloha Shirt       -  All         Animal Island       -
    Red Bar Shirt       360  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Red Check Shirt     330  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Red Grid Shirt      360  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Red Scale Shirt     370  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Red Tie-Dye         380  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Ribbon Shirt        370  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Rickrack Shirt      360  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Rose Shirt          480  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Rugby Shirt         360  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Seven-Ball Shirt    340  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Sharp Outfit        290  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Shirt Circuit         -  All         Gracie              -
    Shortcake           330  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Silk Bloom Shirt    480  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Six-Ball Shirt      340  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Ski Sweater         320  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Skull Shirt         320  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Snappy Print        320  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Snow Shirt            -  All         Gracie              -
    Snowcone Shirt      420  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Spade Shirt         340  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Speedway Shirt      290  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Spiderweb Shirt     320  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Splendid Shirt        -  All         Gracie              -
    Spring Shirt        320  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Spunky Knit         360  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Star Shirt          370  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Static Shirt        360  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Stormy Shirt        380  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Straw Shirt         360  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Strawberry Shirt      -  All         Gracie              -
    Striking Outfit     460  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Subdued Print       320  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Sunset Top          290  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Swell Shirt           -  All         Gracie              -
    Three-Ball Shirt    340  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Thunder Shirt       320  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Tiger Print           -  All         Gracie              -
    Tiki Shirt          400  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Tin Shirt             -  All         Gracie              -
    Toad Print          340  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Trendy Top          360  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Tropical Shirt      370  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Turnip Top          350  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Twinkle Shirt       480  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Two-Ball Shirt      340  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    U R Here Shirt      350  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Ugly Shirt          420  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Uncommon Shirt      360  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Vertigo Shirt       370  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Vogue Top           380  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Waffle Shirt        430  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Watermelon Shirt      -  All         Gracie              -
    Wave Print          380  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Wavy Pink Shirt     360  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Wavy Tan Shirt      360  Fall        Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Whirly Shirt        350  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    White Ring Shirt    180  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Windsock Shirt      320  Summer      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Winter Sweater      290  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Work Uniform          -  All         Tom Nook            -
    Yellow Bar Shirt    320  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Yellow Bolero       430  All         Tom Nook's Shop     C
    Yellow Pinstripe    360  Winter      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Yellow Tartan       430  Spring      Tom Nook's Shop     B
    Yodel Shirt         350  All         Tom Nook's Shop     A
    Zebra Print           -  All         Gracie              -
    Zipper Shirt        320  All         Tom Nook's Shop     B
    
    That's all of the clothing. All 247 of em'. (A butt load of collecting and
    documenting was done.)
    
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    17) Handheld Items
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Handheld Items are the various "things" that you can grab and place on your
    character. Now you would just say that there are only umbrellas and tools that
    do that, right? Since Tools is its own section, then shouldn't this just be
    Umbrellas? Well, there is more than those two items. Such as fans, pinwheels,
    and balloons. This section will detail where you can find the items and what
    the price to obtain them is.
    
    UMBRELLAS
    -----------------------------------------------
    Umbrella           Price    Found at:
    -----------------------------------------------
    Batbrella            190    Tom Nook's Shop
    Berry Umbrella       360    Tom Nook's Shop
    Blue Umbrella        100    Tom Nook's Shop
    Bumbershoot          420    Tom Nook's Shop
    Checked Umbrella     230    Tom Nook's Shop
    Classic Umbrella     340    Tom Nook's Shop
    Daffodil Parasol     480    Tom Nook's Shop
    Dainty Parasol       380    Tom Nook's Shop
    Elegant Umbrella     380    Tom Nook's Shop
    Flame Umbrella       290    Tom Nook's Shop
    Gelato Umbrella      220    Tom Nook's Shop
    Gingham Parasol      290    Tom Nook's Shop
    Hypno Parasol        490    Tom Nook's Shop
    Icy Umbrella         480    Tom Nook's Shop
    Lacy Parasol         420    Tom Nook's Shop
    Leaf Umbrella         88    Tom Nook's Shop
    Lotus Parasol        480    Tom Nook's Shop
    Mod Umbrella         290    Tom Nook's Shop
    Nintendo Parsol       64    Tom Nook's Shop
    Noodle Parasol       490    Tom Nook's Shop
    Orange Umbrella      320    Tom Nook's Shop
    Paper Parasol        350    Tom Nook's Shop
    Pastel Parasol       380    Tom Nook's Shop
    Petal Parasol        490    Tom Nook's Shop
    Plaid Parasol        290    Tom Nook's Shop
    Polka Parasol        340    Tom Nook's Shop
    Retro Umbrella       360    Tom Nook's Shop
    Ribbon Umbrella      330    Tom Nook's Shop
    Sharp Umbrella       250    Tom Nook's Shop
    Sunny Parsol         380    Tom Nook's Shop
    Twig Parasol         120    Tom Nook's Shop
    Yellow Umbrella      240    Tom Nook's Shop
    
    FANS
    ----------------------------------------------------
    Fan                Price    Found at:
    ----------------------------------------------------
    Bamboo Fan             -    Fireworks Show - Redd
    Bluebell Fan           -    Fireworks Show - Redd
    Cloud Fan              -    Fireworks Show - Redd
    Fan Fan                -    Fireworks Show - Redd
    Flower Fan             -    Fireworks Show - Redd
    Leaf Fan               -    Fireworks Show - Redd
    Maple Fan              -    Fireworks Show - Redd
    Plum Fan               -    Fireworks Show - Redd
    
    PINWHEELS
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Pinwheel           Price    Found at:
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Fancy Pinwheel         -    Fireworks Show - Redd, Sale Day - Grab Bags
    Flower Pinwheel        -    Fireworks Show - Redd, Sale Day - Grab Bags
    Green Pinwheel         -    Fireworks Show - Redd, Sale Day - Grab Bags
    Pink Pinwheel          -    Fireworks Show - Redd, Sale Day - Grab Bags
    Red Pinwheel           -    Fireworks Show - Redd, Sale Day - Grab Bags
    Striped Pinwheel       -    Fireworks Show - Redd, Sale Day - Grab Bags
    Tiger Pinwheel         -    Fireworks Show - Redd, Sale Day - Grab Bags
    Yellow Pinwheel        -    Fireworks Show - Redd, Sale Day - Grab Bags
    
    BALLOONS
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Balloon            Price    Found at:
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Blue Balloon           -    Fireworks Show - Redd
    Bunny Blue Balloon     -    Fireworks Show - Redd
    Bunny Orange Balloon   -    Fireworks Show - Redd
    Bunny Pink Balloon     -    Fireworks Show - Redd
    Green Balloon          -    Fireworks Show - Redd
    Purple Balloon         -    Fireworks Show - Redd
    Red Balloon            -    Fireworks Show - Redd, Nook's Bargain Sales
    Yellow Balloon         -    Fireworks Show - Redd
    
    That's alot of handheld items. Now I'd have to say that there is one day that
    you can get most of them... I wonder when it is... (cough, cough, Fireworks
    Show - Redd, cough, cough...)
    
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    18) Stationary
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    This section lists all of the kinds of pretty little decoration things that you
    can get in the game.
    
    A definition for group can be found in the Your Town section, under Tom Nook.
    
    ----------------------------------------------------------
    Stationary          Price   Found at:            Group
    ----------------------------------------------------------
    Aloha Paper           160   Tom Nook's Shop        C
    Airmail Paper         160   Tom Nook's Shop        A
    Bamboo Paper          160   Tom Nook's Shop        C
    Blossom Paper         160   Tom Nook's Shop        B
    Bluebell Paper        160   Tom Nook's Shop        B
    Butterfly Paper       160   Tom Nook's Shop        A
    Cloudy Paper          160   Tom Nook's Shop        A
    Cool Neon Paper       160   Tom Nook's Shop        B
    Cool Paper            160   Tom Nook's Shop        B
    Dainty Paper          160   Tom Nook's Shop        C
    Daisy Paper           160   Tom Nook's Shop        A
    Deep Sea Paper        160   Tom Nook's Shop        C
    Dizzy Paper           160   Tom Nook's Shop        B
    Dragon Paper          160   Tom Nook's Shop        A
    Elegant Paper         160   Tom Nook's Shop        C
    Essay Paper           160   Tom Nook's Shop        B
    Fantasy Paper         160   Tom Nook's Shop        B
    Felt Paper            160   Tom Nook's Shop        A
    Festive Paper           -   Jingle                 -
    Fireworks Paper       160   Tom Nook's Shop        B
    Fortune Paper           -   Found                  -
    Gingko Paper          160   Tom Nook's Shop        A
    Gyroid Paper          160   Tom Nook's Shop        A
    Honeybee Paper        160   Tom Nook's Shop        B
    Horsetail Paper       160   Tom Nook's Shop        C
    Hot Neon Paper        160   Tom Nook's Shop        A
    Inky Paper            160   Tom Nook's Shop        C
    Ivy Paper             160   Tom Nook's Shop        B
    Lacy Paper            160   Tom Nook's Shop        A
    Lattice Paper         160   Tom Nook's Shop        B
    Maple Leaf Paper      160   Tom Nook's Shop        C
    Misty Paper           160   Tom Nook's Shop        C
    Museum Paper          160   Tom Nook's Shop        B
    Mystic Paper          160   Tom Nook's Shop        C
    Neat Paper            160   Tom Nook's Shop        B
    New Year's Card         -   From Mom on New Year's -
    Noodle Paper          160   Tom Nook's Shop        C
    Octopus Paper         160   Tom Nook's Shop        B
    Orange Paper           40   Tom Nook's Shop        A
    Panda Paper           160   Tom Nook's Shop        C
    Parchment Paper       160   Tom Nook's Shop        A
    Petal Paper           160   Tom Nook's Shop        B
    Polka-Dot Paper       160   Tom Nook's Shop        C
    Rainbow Paper         160   Tom Nook's Shop        C
    Rainy Day Paper       160   Tom Nook's Shop        A
    Ranch Paper           160   Tom Nook's Shop        C
    Ribbon Paper          160   Tom Nook's Shop        A
    Simple Paper          160   Tom Nook's Shop        A
    Skyline Paper         160   Tom Nook's Shop        A
    Snowy Paper           160   Tom Nook's Shop        C
    Sparkly Paper         160   Tom Nook's Shop        B
    Spooky Paper          160   Tom Nook's Shop        B
    Stageshow Paper       160   Tom Nook's Shop        C
    Starry Sky Paper      160   Tom Nook's Shop        B
    Steel Paper           160   Tom Nook's Shop        A
    Sunset Paper          160   Tom Nook's Shop        A
    Thick Paper           160   Tom Nook's Shop        A
    Tile Paper            160   Tom Nook's Shop        B
    Watermelon Paper      160   Tom Nook's Shop        B
    Wing Paper              -   HRA Uses it Only       -
    Winter Paper          160   Tom Nook's Shop        C
    Woodcut Paper         160   Tom Nook's Shop        A
    Woodland Paper        160   Tom Nook's Shop        C
    Vine Paper            160   Tom Nook's Shop        C
    
    That is all of the stationary. Hope this list helps.
    
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    19) Carpets and Walls
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    This section contains a list of all of the carpets and Walls availble to you.
    It will gie you the price, group and the location of it. Here they are:
    (Prices are based on what you pay for to get them through Nook's catalog. Check
    Your Town - Tom Nook's Shop for Group definition.)
    
    <--Coming Soon!-->
    
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    20) The Animals
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Here is the complete list of every single animal in the game. It took a while
    and I may have missed a few. If you can't find one, contact me with the name.
    I'll attempt to verify it and post it with credit given. Here's the list:
    
    ALLIGATORS
    ----------
    Alfonso
    Alli
    Boots
    Liz
    
    ANT-EATERS
    ----------
    Cyrano
    Nosegray
    Pango
    Snooty
    Zoe
    
    APES
    ----
    Cesar
    Jane
    Louie
    Peewee
    
    BEARS
    -----
    Bluebear
    Cheri
    Chow
    Cupcake
    Dozer
    Grizzly
    Groucho
    Kody
    Maple
    Murphy
    Nate
    Olive
    Pinky
    Poncho
    Pudge
    Teddy
    Tutu
    Ursala
    Vladimir
    
    CATS
    ----
    Bob
    Kabuki
    Kiki
    Kitty
    Olivia
    Mitzi
    Monique
    Punchy
    Purrl
    Rosie
    Stinky
    Tabby
    Tangy
    Tom
    
    CHICKENS
    --------
    Ava
    Betty
    Egbert
    Goose
    Hank
    Hector
    Leigh
    Rhoda
    
    COWS
    ----
    Belle
    Bessie
    Chuck
    Oxford
    Patty
    Petunia
    Stu
    T-Bone
    
    DOGS
    ----
    Bea
    Biskit
    Bones
    Butch
    Cookie
    Daisy
    Goldie
    Lucky
    Maddie
    Portia
    
    DUCKS
    -----
    Bill
    Deena
    Derwin
    Freckles
    Joey
    Mallary
    Pate (Spelling error corrected by Firefalcon2537)
    Pompom
    Scoot
    Weber
    
    EAGLES
    ------
    Amelia
    Apollo
    Buzz
    Pierce
    Quetzal
    
    ELEPHANTS
    ---------
    Axel
    Dizzy
    Ellie
    Eloise
    Opal
    Paolo
    
    FROGS
    -----
    Camofrog
    Cousteau
    Emerald
    Huck
    Jambette
    Jeremiah
    Lily
    Prince
    Puddles
    Ribbot
    Tad
    Wart Jr.
    
    FOXES
    -----
    Chief
    Fang
    Freya
    Lobo
    Wolfgang
    
    GOATS
    -----
    Billy
    Chevre
    Gruff
    Iggy
    Sven
    Velma
    
    HIPPOS
    ------
    Bertha
    Biff
    Bitty
    Bubbles
    Lulu
    Rocco
    Rollo
    
    HORSES
    ------
    Buck
    Cleo
    Ed
    Elmer
    Peaches
    Savannah
    Winnie
    
    KANGAROOS
    ---------
    Astrid
    Carrie
    Kitt
    Marcy
    Mathilda
    Valise
    
    KOALAS
    ------
    Gonzo
    Huggy
    Ozzie
    Sydney
    Yuka
    
    LIONS
    -----
    Aziz
    Leopold
    Rex
    
    OCTOPUSES
    ---------
    Octavian
    
    PEACOCKS
    --------
    Queenie
    Rio
    Sandy
    Sprocket
    
    PENGUINS
    --------
    Aurora
    Cube
    Friga
    Gwen
    Hopper
    Puck
    Roald
    
    PIGEONS
    -------
    Ace
    Admiral
    Anchovy
    Jay
    Midge
    Otis
    Piper
    Robin
    Twiggy
    Twirp
    
    PIGS
    ----
    Boris
    Cobb
    Curly
    Hambo
    Hugh
    Lucy
    Rasher
    Sue E.
    Spork
    Truffles
    
    RABBITS
    -------
    Bunnie
    Claude
    Coco
    Doc
    Dotty
    Gabi
    Gaston
    Genji
    Pippy
    Snake
    
    RATS
    ----
    Anicotti
    Candi
    Carmen
    Chico
    Dora
    Limberg
    Penny
    Rizzo
    Samson
    
    RHINOS
    ------
    Hornsby
    Spike
    Tank
    Tiara
    
    SHEEP
    -----
    Baabara
    Cashmere
    Eunice
    Stella
    Vesta
    Woolio
    
    SQUIRELLS
    ---------
    Blaire
    Filbert
    Hazel
    Mint
    Nibbles
    Peanut
    Pecan
    Ricky
    Sally
    Static
    
    TIGERS
    ------
    Bangle
    Rolf
    Tybalt
    
    It's alot of animals. Can you meet them all?
    
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    21) Gyroids
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Gyroids are annoying little fire hydrant looking items. They each belong to a
    certain set and make noises. They also move in a certain way. Yet, why place a
    nuisance in a game when we have that already in our siblings. Because they can
    spice up any music. Just pop one in a boom box and their noises might make it
    sound cooler. I have one that continues to make a low beat to the music, making
    them sound quite cool. Well, here is the list of all of the gyroids. They are
    alphabetized by their set first, then their name.
    
    -------------------------------------------
    Gyroid                      Set
    -------------------------------------------
    Mega Alloid                 Alloid
    Mini Alloid                 Alloid
    Tall Alloid                 Alloid
    Mega Bovoid                 Bovoid
    Tall Bovoid                 Bovoid
    Bowtoid                     Bowtoid
    Mega Bowtoid                Bowtoid
    Mini Bowtoid                Bowtoid
    Tall Bowtoid                Bowtoid
    Buzzoid                     Buzzoid
    Mega Buzzoid                Buzzoid
    Mini Buzzoid                Buzzoid
    Tall Buzzoid                Buzzoid
    Clankoid                    Clankoid
    Mega Clankoid               Clankoid
    Mini Clankoid               Clankoid
    Tall Clankoid               Clankoid
    Croakoid                    Croakoid
    Mega Croakoid               Croakoid
    Mini Croakoid               Croakoid
    Tall Croakoid               Croakoid
    Dekkoid                     Dekkoid
    Mega Dekkoid                Dekkoid
    Mini Dekkoid                Dekkoid
    Dingloid                    Dingloid
    Mega Dingloid               Dingloid
    Mini Dingloid               Dingloid
    Squat Dingloid              Dingloid
    Tall Dingloid               Dingloid
    Wee Dingloid                Dingloid
    Mega Dinkoid                Dinkoid
    Mini Dinkoid                Dinkoid
    Drilloid                    Drilloid
    Mega Drilloid               Drilloid
    Mini Drilloid               Drilloid
    Tall Droploid               Droploid
    Mega Echoid                 Echoid
    Mini Echoid                 Echoid
    Tall Echoid                 Echoid
    Mega Fizzoid                Fizzoid
    Mini Fizzoid                Fizzoid
    Mega Freakoid               Freakoid
    Mini Freakoid               Freakoid
    Gargloid                    Gargloid
    Mini Gargloid               Gargloid
    Tall Gargloid               Gargloid
    Gongoid                     Gongoid
    Mega Gongoid                Gongoid
    Mini Gongoid                Gongoid
    Tall GOngoid                Gongoid
    Harmonoid                   Harmonoid
    Mega Harmonoid              Harmonoid
    Mini Harmonoid              Harmonoid
    Tall Harmonoid              Harmonoid
    Howloid                     Howloid
    Mega Howloid                Howloid
    Mini Howloid                Howloid
    Lamentoid                   Lamentoid
    Mega Lamentoid              Lamentoid
    Mini Lamentoid              Lamentoid
    Tall Lamentoid              Lamentoid
    Lullaboid                   Lullaboid
    Mega Lullaboid              Lullaboid
    Mini Lullaboid              Lullaboid
    Tall Lullaboid              Lullaboid
    Metatoid                    Metatoid
    Mini Metatoid               Metatoid
    Mega Nebuloid               Nebuloid
    Mini Nebuloid               Nebuloid
    Nebuloid                    Nebuloid
    Slim Nebuloid               Nebuloid
    Squat Nebuloid              Nebuloid
    Tall Nebuloid               Nebuloid
    Mega Obloid                 Obloid
    Obloid                      Obloid
    Tall Obloid                 Obloid
    Mega Oombloid               Oombloid
    Mini Oombloid               Oombloid
    Oombloid                    Oombloid
    Tall Oombloid               Oombloid
    Mega Percoloid              Percoloid
    Tall Percoloid              Percoloid
    Mega Plinkoid               Plinkoid
    Mini Plinkoid               Plinkoid
    Plinkoid                    Plinkoid
    Mega Poltergoid             Poltergoid
    Mini Poltergoid             Poltergoid
    Poltergoid                  Poltergoid
    Tall Poltergoid             Poltergoid
    Mega Puffoid                Puffoid
    Mini Puffoid                Puffoid
    Tall Puffoid                Puffoid
    Mega Quazoid                Quazoid
    Mini Quazoid                Quazoid
    Quazoid                     Quazoid
    Slim Quazoid                Quazoid
    Tall Quazoid                Quazoid
    Mini Rhythmoid              Rhythmoid
    Rhythmoid                   Rhythmoid
    Mega Rustoid                Rustoid
    Mini Rustoid                Rustoid
    Rustoid                     Rustoid
    Mega Sproid                 Sproid
    Mini Sproid                 Sproid
    Sproid                      Sproid
    Tall Sproid                 Sproid
    Mega Sputnoid               Sputnoid
    Mini Sputnoid               Sputnoid
    Sputnoid                    Sputnoid
    Tall Sputnoid               Sputnoid
    Mega Squelchoid             Squelchoid
    Mini Squelchoid             Squelchoid
    Squelchoid                  Squelchoid
    Mega Strumboid              Strumboid
    Mini Strumboid              Strumboid
    Strumboid                   Strumboid
    Tall Strumboid              Strumboid
    Mega Timpanoid              Timpanoid
    Mini Timpanoid              Timpanoid
    Tall Timpanoid              Timpanoid
    Timpanoid                   Timpanoid
    Mega Tootoid                Tootoid
    Mini Tootoid                Tootoid
    Tootoid                     Tootoid
    Mini Warbloid               Warbloid
    Tall Warbloid               Warbloid
    Warbloid                    Warbloid
    -------------------------------------------
    
    To get these interesting toys, you must dig up a star on the ground. You might
    find them or a fossil. After a rainy day, they become more common than fossils.
    
    I hope this list helps the happy collector!
    
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    22) Holidays
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Here is the complete list of all of the holdiays in the game. Even the random
    ones. Remember, it follows real life time...
    
    JANUARY
    --------------------------
            1st               New Year's Day
    
    1st - New Year's Day
    Visit the wishing well between 6am and 11 pm to get a new diary from Tortimer.
    Enjoy the celebrations!
    
    FEBRUARY
    --------------------------
            2nd               Groundhog Day
    
    2nd - Groundhog Day
    Everyone will be at the wishing well at 7am for the big event that will start
    at 9am. Except, there's no groundhog, but a different suprise! See Tortimer
    following hte event to receive a Flower Model.
    
    MARCH
    --------------------------
            20th or 21st      Spring Sports Fair
    
    20th or 21st - Spring Sports Fair
    Participate in the fun activities all day, then see Tortimer for a Spring
    Medal.
                      EVENTS
                    9am  Gymnastics
                    11am Foot Race
                    1pm  Ball Game
                    3pm  Tug-of-war
    
    APRIL
    --------------------------
            1st               April Fool's Day
            5th to 7th        Cherry Blossom Festival
            22nd              Nature Day
    
    1st - April Fool's Day
    There's lots of fun pranks all day! Oh and a NES game. Find Tortimer at the
    wishing well for the NES game, Super Tortimer! Yep, that's what I thought.
    
    5th to 7th - Cherry Blossom Festival
    During this time, all of the trees in the town will turn pink. Enjoy the sight,
    then see Tortimer for a Pink Tree Model.
    
    22nd - Nature Day
    Chat with everybody on this day about Nature, then see Tortimer for a Tree
    Model.
    
    MAY
    --------------------------
            1st               Spring Cleaning
            2nd Sunday        Mother's Day
    
    1st - Spring Cleaning
    On this day, the citizens of your town constantly chat about wanting to clean
    and everything. Why you would want to do this is another matter entirely. But,
    see Tortimer today and you'll get the Dump Model.
    
    2nd Sunday - Mother's Day
    Since your mother sends you lots of cool stuff, time to celebrate her
    existance! Yet again, Tortimer has cool gift for you, a Lovely Phone.
    
    JUNE
    --------------------------
            2nd Friday        Graduation Day
            3rd Sunday        Father's Day
            Every Sunday      Summer Fishing Tourney
    
    2nd Friday - Graduation Day
    On this day, you celebrate your personal growth through out the game. Tortimer
    will hand over the Tailor Model as a gift.
    
    3rd Sunday - Father's Day
    Too bad you really don't have a father in the game, but you have the next best
    thing! Tortimer! Yeah, I never really wanted to be related to an old turtle
    anyways... But, he'll give you the awesome Locomotive Model if you bother to
    hunt him down.
    
    Every Sunday - Summer Fishing Tourney
    Everyone's favorite beaver, Chip comes to town on these days and he'll hold a
    Fishing Tourney to catch the largest bass! We think he has ulterior motives,
    but whatever. You don't have to win to get the Angler Trophy, just see
    Tortimer.
    
    JULY
    --------------------------
            4th               Fireworks Sho
            25th to Aug 31st  Morning Aerobics
            Random Day        "Your Hometown" Day
    
    4th - Fireworks Show
    Independence Day disguised to protect the innocent. We live in such a politicly
    correct society... Anyways, visit the lake between 7pm and 9pm to see the
    pretty fireworks. Redd'll be there selling his pinwheels and balloons today and
    Tortimer will have a Bottle Rocket, just for you!
    
    25th to Aug 31st - Morning Aerobics
    Every day, from 6am to 7am, between these dates will be the exercisize class.
    We all have mixed feelings on the activity, but why not do it for the cool
    gift? Participate 14 times and get your hand stamped by Tortimer, then go to
    the Final Event on Aug 31st to receive an Aerobics Radio. That way you can
    practice all of your exercisizes throughout the year! By the way, here are the
    exercisizes:
    EXERCISIZE                 C STICK MOVEMENT
    Straighten Your Back       Up to Down
    Roll Your Arms             Rotate (Upper Semicircle Only)
    Straighten Your Side       Hold Up Left or Up Right
    Twist Your Body            Hold Left or Right
    Throw Out Your Chest       Hold Down Left or Down Right
    Rotate Your Body           Rotate
    Leap                       Hold Up
    Practice Deep Breathing    Down to Up
    
    Random Day - "Your Hometown" Day
    Consult your calendar to find out when this is, but it celebrates your town's
    uniqueness (or strange resemblance) compared to other towns. See Tortimer for
    the extremely rare Train Station Model. By the way, there are 14 different
    models of the model and you can only get one per town. Have fun tracking all of
    them down!
    
    AUGUST
    --------------------------
            12th              Meteor Shower
            21st              Founder's Day
            July 25th to 31st Morning Aerobics
    
    12th - Meteor Shower
    Visit the lake between 6pm and 9pm to see the Meteor Shower. Not very amazing
    actually, but see the mayor and you'll get a telescope.
    
    21st - Founder's Day
    Tortimer thinks about the original forefathers of the village, but his present
    really isn't that related to the subject. Get the Weed Model if you want all of  
    the town models.
    
    July 25th to 31st - Morning Aerobics
    Every day, from 6am to 7am, between these dates will be the exercisize class.
    We all have mixed feelings on the activity, but why not do it for the cool
    gift? Participate 14 times and get your hand stamped by Tortimer, then go to
    the Final Event on the 31st to receive an Aerobics Radio. That way you can
    practice all of your exercisizes throughout the year! See the event in July for
    the exercisize list.
    
    SEPTEMBER
    --------------------------
            1st Monday        Labor Day
            23rd or 24th      Fall Sports Fair
            Random Day        Harvest Moon
    
    1st Monday - Labor Day
    For working so hard you get a nice little gift from the head Turtle, a Shop
    Model!
    
    23rd or 24th - Fall Sports Fair
    Participate in the same activities as the Spring Sports Fair, but see Tortimer
    for the Autumn Medal.
                      EVENTS
                    9am  Gymnastics
                    11am Foot Race
                    1pm  Ball Game
                    3pm  Tug-of-war
    
    Random Day - Harvest Moon
    This day varies every years so check your calendar. (Can also be in October)
    Visit it to get one of the game's largest objects... the moon... Just don't go
    all werewolf on us.
    
    OCTOBER
    --------------------------
            2nd Monday        Explorer's Day
            15th to 25th      Mushrooming Season
            31st              Halloween
            Random Day        Harvest Moon
    
    2nd Monday - Explorer's Day
    Since Animal Crossing has virtually no exploring whatsoever, I have no idea
    why this is in the game. Maybe so you could get the Bottled Ship from
    Tortimer... hmmm...
    
    15th to 25th - Mushrooming Season
    Five Mushrooms magically sprout from the ground at 8am. The townspeoples will
    find one every 15 minutes after that. Locate them to sell to Nook for an
    extremely handsome price.
    
    31st - Halloween
    From 6pm to 1am on Nov 1st, all of the townies will be out trick or treating.
    If you had been purchasing all of the candy appearing at Nook's shop this
    month, you'll be able to use it this day. Search around the town to find
    everybody except for you is dressed as the infamous Jack. They'll all chase
    after you and if they catch you, they'll do a classic trick or treat. They'll
    take your candy or if you have none, turn your clothes into a patched shirt or
    an item you have into a Jack-O'-Lantern. But there are two people that you
    actually do want to find on this night. Tortimer's gift today is Katrina's
    Tent, so find him by the well. The second person to find is Jack. Giving him
    candy will let you have an item from the spooky set. So, what is the best
    strategy to getting the entire spooky set? Collect hordes of candy throughout
    the month and store them in your basement. Next, write 8 letters to whoever you
    want. Attach eight candies to each letter. Where only a piece of clothing that
    you don't really care about. Now it's time! Since everybody looks the same,
    Jack is kind of hard to find. What you have to do is run around in each acre
    and look for the one Jack look a like that doesn't chase after you. That one is
    the true Jack. Take a piece of candy off of the letter and talk to him. Giving
    him the piece will let him give you a piece from the Spooky set! Attach the
    piece to the letter and continue the charade. Jack will randomly appear in
    the town, so it may take some time. Let a villager trick you twice so that you
    can get the Patched Shirt and a Jack-O'-Lantern. By the way, collecting the
    entire set is an incredibly easy way to get the 100,000 points for the HRA.
    That's what I did, so it works.
              EVENT GIFTS
      Spooky Bed        Spooky Sofa
      Spooky Bookcase   Spooky Table
      Spooky Chair      Spooky Vanity
      Spooky Clock      Spooky Wardrobe
      Spooky Dresser    Spooky Carpet
      Spooky Lamp       Spooky Wall
      Patched Shirt     Jack-O'-Lantern
      Jack-In-The Box   Katrina's Tent
    
    Random Day - Harvest Moon
    This day varies every years so check your calendar. (Can also be in September)
    Visit it to get one of the game's largest objects... the moon... Just don't go
    all werewolf on us.
    
    NOVEMBER
    --------------------------
            First Tuesday     Mayor's Day
            11th              Officer's Day
            4th Thursday      Harvest Festival
            4th Friday        Sale Day
            Every Sunday      Fall Fishing Tourney
    
    First Tuesday - Mayor's Day
    The guy who gives you all of the gifts has to have a day to himself, but he
    still works on all of the holidays. See him for the Well Model.
    
    11th - Officer's Day
    The other two civic citizens are the cops. If you're not a criminal, honor them
    by getting the Police Model from Tortimer.
    
    4th Thursday - Harvest Festival
    Basically, Thanksgiving. See Tortimer for a Cornucopia. Then, between 3pm and
    6pm, find a bird hiding behind buildings and trees and speak to him. You'll
    discover that he's Franklin and he's been invited to the feast, not as a guest,
    but well, you get the point. Steal some the knife and fork from the festival
    table and give it to Franklin to get an item from the Harvest set from him.
    Strangely enough, you can continue to do it constantly...
              EVENT GIFTS
      Cornucopia        Harvest Mirror
      Harvest Bed       Harvest Sofa
      Harvest Bureau    Harvest Table
      Harvest Chair     Harvest TV
      Harvest Clock     Harvest Rug
      Harvest Dresser   Harvest Wall
      Harvest Lamp
    
    4th Friday - Sale Day
    At Nook's store, he'll sell tons of Grab Bags at extremely low prices. Each
    contains three random items, so it's worth purchasing as many as possible. Redd
    will also set up shop to sell many rare items, so see him too. Finally, see
    the mayor to receive the Market Model.
    
    Every Sunday - Fall Fishing Tourney
    Every Sunday - Summer Fishing Tourney
    Everyone's favorite beaver, Chip comes to town on these days and he'll hold a
    Fishing Tourney to catch the largest bass! We think he has ulterior motives,
    but whatever. You don't have to win to get the Fishing Trophy, just see
    Tortimer.
    
    DECEMBER
    --------------------------
            1st               Snow Day
            23rd              Toy Day
            24th              Jingle Comes to Town
            31st              New Year's Eve
    
    1st - Snow Day
    Snow comes before this day, but it's not officially celebrated by Tortimer
    till' today. See him for a Snowman.
    
    23rd - Toy Day
    On this day, you'll get a cool gift from Tortimer depending on your gender.
    Guys get a Miniature Car and gals get Dolls.
    
    24th - Jingle Comes to Town
    Between 8pm and 1am on the 25th, the reindeer, Jingle, will come to the
    village. He'll give you a nice item from the Jingle set. Except for, only one
    per person. Yet, he must be growing a little blind. Wear different clothes than
    before and he may think your a different person. As long as they aren't too
    similar, you'll get mulitple items. It may take a few times before he'll hand
    over a gift though.
              EVENT GIFTS
      Jingle Bed        Jingle Shirt
      Jingle Chair      Jingle Sofa
      Jingle Clock      Jingle Table
      Jingle Dresser    Jingle Wardrobe
      Jingle Lamp       Jingle Carpet
      Jingle Piano      Jingle Wall
      Jingle Shelves
    
    31st - New Year's Eve
    And now we're finally at the end of the year. It's time to celebrate the end of
    the year on this day. I don't know why you'd watch the in game countdown as
    there are much cooler ones in New York and Raleigh, NC, and stuff. Visit
    between 11pm and 1am on the 1st of Jan to get the Noisemaker from Tortimer.
    
    And that, concludes our list of events. Have fun trying to go to all of them.
    Most people have too busy of schedules to see them all, but try your best.
    
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    23) HRA
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    This section is the necessary guide to the HRA and Feng Shui. It should help
    you get that hard to earn Manor Model.
    
    After Nook asks you at the beginning of the game if you want to join the HRA,
    you'll begin getting letters from them telling you how many points that your
    design in your house as earned. If you get enough points, you'll earn cool
    collectibles that also add points to your total.
    
             REWARD          POINTS NEEDED
             House Model      70,000 points
             Manor Model     100,000 points
    
    TIPS
    ----------------------------------
     - Rare items that you receive at holidays and other events always add points
    to your home's design, no matter where they are and what's in the room.
     - If you complete full series and themes, you'll get more points. Series are
    sets of furniture that could be a real home's worth of furniture, where as
    themes are just cool looking items that look nicely together, like a museum
    exhibit.
     - Assembling the "necessities of life" get you a small bonus. This includes a
    bed, table, chair, wardrobe, and a dresser/bureau.
     - When presenting a complete series or theme to the HRA, always place it on
    the first floor. Never on the second or basement.
     - Don't mix themes or series on the first floor. This will make the HRA deduct
    4,000 points per object.
     - Furniture sets are meant to be placed on the second floor. When you complete
    a set, the HRA will multiply each item by 3,000. You can even place duplicate
    items up there. Don't mix two sets or you won't get the bonus.
     - NEVER place furniture toward a wall. A dresser is meant to be facing you.
    Use common sense.
     - A messy home isn't very attractive. 1 point will be deducted for each piece
    of clothing and letters on the floor. Place them on dressers or tabletops.
     - Your basement will NEVER be scored by the HRA. Sets are best scored on the
    second floor and themes and series are best scored on the first.
    
    SCORING SHEET
    ----------------------------------
    METHOD                                                        POINTS
    Completed Furniture Series                                    48,000
    Wallpaper and Carpet of Same Series                           10,000
    Wallpaper or Carpet of Same Series                             4,800
    Complete Necessities of Life (Same Series)                    16,000
    Complete Necessities of Life (Different Series)                4,400
    Theme Furniture                          (# of pieces x7,000)+15,000
    Wallpaper and Carpet of Same Theme                            10,000
    Completed Furniture Set                         (# of pieces x3,000)
    
    FENG SHUI
    ----------------------------------
    Feng shui is a mystical method of arranging items. It actually exists in real
    life and has been brought into Animal Crossing. It isn't very difficult to
    figure out, especially with my catalog of furniture. Each item has color that
    is represented in Feng shui. The more items of that color that you have placed
    in the proper location, then you will score even more points than just putting
    the item anywhere. You will also gain some luck.
    
          COLOR     DIRECTION       LUCK IN
          Green     South           Money and Items
          Orange    North           Money and Items
          Red       East            Items
          Yellow    West            Money and Items
    
    Now what do the directions mean? Well it's actually quite simple. Each two
    spaces next to the wall in the direction. Here are the Feng Shui charts:
    
    Initial Space    First Expansion     Second Expansion
    YOOR                 YOOOOR             YOOOOOOR
    OYRO                 OYOORO             OYOOOORO
    YGGR                 YY  RR             YY    RR
    GYRG                 YY  RR             YY    RR
                         GYGGRG             YY    RR
                         YGGGGR             YY    RR
                                            GYGGGGRG
                                            YGGGGGGR
    
    NOTE: The center areas have no Feng Shui bonus, no matter what you put there.
    In the corners, there are two colors in a criss cross pattern. Both of those
    colors are on all four spaces. Oh, and for the idiots out there, Green = G,
    Orange = O, Red = R, and Yellow = Y.
    
    I'm one hundred percent sure that Feng Shui applies to the bottom floor, but
    I'm not so sure about the second floor. Hey, it doesn't hurt to try.
    
    FENG SHUI SPECIALS
    ----------------------------------
    These items can upgrade your Feng Shui, no matter where you place them. Highly
    recommended for the middle, so you can save room for the ones that need to be
    placed appropriately.
    
    Angler Trophy
    Autumn Medal
    Big Festive Tree
    Dracaena
    Festive Tree
    Fishing Trophy
    G Logo
    Hinaningyo
    House Model
    Luigi Trophy
    Mailbox
    Manor Model
    Mario Trophy
    Piggy Bank
    Post Model
    Samurai Suit
    Spring Medal
    Tanabata Palm
    Tissue
    Treasure Chest
    
    Well, that's it. Hopefully, y'all will become HRA masters shortly after reading
    this. Have fun!
    
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    24) Gameboy Advance
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    This section will explain what you do with your GBA, what you can do with your
    GBA, and what your GBA can do for you. It also contains info on the Island.
    
    How to Connect
    --------------
    To connect everything, you must have a Gameboy Advance, Gamecube, Gameboy
    Advance and Gamecube Link Cable, Memory Card, and Animal Crossing. Basically,
    just start up Animal Crossing. Remember to plug your controller in slot 1. Plug
    the link cable in slot 2 and plug the other end in your link port of the
    Gameboy Advance. Start your game. Turn on the Gameboy Advance. Make sure that
    there are absolutely no cartridges inside the Gameboy (unless it is E-Reader,
    which is an entire section of its own). You are all set to begin.
    
    Sleep Mode
    ----------
    One neat little function of the GBA is to put it into Sleep Mode. What you do
    differs between each use. Playing NES Games requires you to press L and R and
    select Sleep. The Design Tool and Animal Island require you to press Select to
    access a menu. Select Sleep. To leave Sleep Mode at any time, press and hold
    the buttons Select and L.
    
    There are several things that you can do with your Gameboy. They are:
    
    Play NES Games
    --------------
    As long as you have unlocked some NES Games in Animal Crossing. You can play
    them on your Gameboy Advance. Just go up to the game on the big screen and
    press A to come to a menu. Select "Advance Play". The game will download to
    your GBA. You can now play it while you're away with the Gamecube off! Yet, if
    you turn of the GBA, the game will disappear from RAM. To solve this problem,
    put the Gameboy into Sleep Mode. Most games can be played on your GBA, but
    Wario's Woods cannot. We assume that it is too large for the GBA to handle, but
    there might be another reason.
    
    The Design Tool
    ---------------
    Another feature is the ability to design on your GBA. (See Special Tasks for
    the Design Tool's instructions on the GCN.) This is useful in case you wish to
    design a long and tedious project. Your siblings can take the GCN for a spin,
    while you go to your own private corner and start designing! To get the tool,
    talk to Mable and say "Download Tool". This will transfer your patterns and the
    tool to your GBA. You can then begin designing. However, due to the GBA's
    capabilities, the tool will appear darker than it is on the screen. It's just a
    small price to pay. Yet, another misfunction is the fact that there are no
    gridlines. This is because the GBA does not have enough pixels to generate the
    full tool. It still is fun to use. Be sure to put it into Sleep Mode before you
    upload it to the GCN.
    
    ANIMAL ISLAND
    -------------
    This is more of a section on its own, but the other ones were so small that I
    decided to connect all of them together. Anyways, get the connections all set
    up. Then walk to the dock at the sea. Now, if the GBA is hooked up, an Animal
    named Kapp'n will be there. Talk to him and he'll row to your Animal Island.
    Leave the GBA on until you get off the boat. You can still leave it on if you
    want, but you'll waste batteries. The island is completely random for each
    town. You'll greet another animal on the Island.This one is randomly generated
    from the following list. Everyone's islander isdifferent, just like their town.
    
    ISLANDERS
    Ankha    - Cat
    Annalise - Horse
    Bliss    - Squirell
    Boomer   - Penguin
    Bud      - Lion
    Dobie    - Wolf
    Drift    - Frog
    Elina    - Elephant
    Faith    - Koala
    Flash    - Pigeon
    Flossie  - Rat
    June     - Bear
    Maelle   - Duck
    O'Hare   - Rabbit
    Pigleg   - Pig
    Plucky   - Chicken
    Rowan    - Tiger
    Yodel    - Ape
    
    These Islanders can't be helped, but will have a few requests of items. If you
    bring them the items that they ask for, you might get something special in
    return. Your Islander will be necessary for the GBA connection thing that I'll
    talk about soon. I've noticed that all of the boys wear a blue shirt with white
    fancy designs on it and the girls wear red. Can anybody clarify that for me?
    
    There is also a house on the island. It is more like a community beach house.
    Anybody living in your town can connect a GBA and visit the island. Then they
    can enter it and move or take anything that they want. So don't put your
    absolute valuables there, unless your the only one living in your town. When
    you first enter it, there will be some shirts for you to grab. I think that
    they are the ones that the Islanders wear. Go ahead and do what you please with
    them.
    
    There is a flag flying on the island. You can use The Design Tool to make a
    design for it. Possibly, get some of your friends to decorate their islands
    with the same flag. That'd be cool.
    
    The island is always in a Tropical climate, so it is like an eternal Summer.
    Many of the insects and fish that you could only catch in the Summer months in
    your village can now be caught here, year-round! How's that for an incentive.
    
    There are many hidden treasures to get on your island. Each might require the
    shovel, net, or fishing pole. While you are at the island on the GCN, go ahead
    and leave those three tools on the island. Then talk to Kapp'n and arrange to
    visit the island using the GBA. Be sure to leave it on during this action.
    
    TOOLS
    Shovel       - Give the shovel to your islander on the GBA, and he/she will dig
                   up holes in search of treasure. You might come across a few.
    Net          - Give the net to your islander to catch floating treasure.
                   Remember those floating balloons? Well, there back and they have
                   loads of gifts for you to collect. You'll have to be fast to nab
                   one.
    Fishing Pole - When your islander casts the line of the fishing pole, you'll
                   either get a treasure or a fish. Most of the time, a fish.
    
    What do you get as a treasure? Well many things really, but there are some that
    can only be gathered at the island. They are the following:
    
    ANIMAL ISLAND ONLY ITEMS
    Baseball (Please confirm. vegeeta77@nc.rr.com. Sent in by Thunderbird_16.)
    Beach Chair
    Beach Table
    Diver Dan
    Life Ring
    Snowcone Machine
    Surfboard
    Treasure Chest
    Ukulele
    Wario's Woods
    Wave Breaker
    
    All other items can be gathered in your town or the other normal locations.
    
    Another exciting feature of the Animal Island GBA thing is the ability to trade
    islands with a friend. If you're getting bored of the same old Islander or you
    think your island is dull, go ahead and trade with your friend's! You'll both
    like the results. Just select "Exchange Islands" when both of the islands are
    on two GBAs. It requires a connector cable. Be sure you want to do this. You
    may be stuck with the island for a while.
    
    I hope this mostly covers the Animal Island. If I've missed something that you
    think needs to be added, don't be afraid to e-mail me asking about it.
    
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    25) E-Reader
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    Want to know the full list of every card? You've come to the right place. It
    will also help explain how to connect the E-Reader.
    
    The password section has been removed due to lack of interest.
    
    SERIES ONE
    ------------------------
    #   Card
    ------------------------
    001 K.K. Slider       
    002 Rover
    003 Porter
    004 Tom Nook
    005 Tortimer
    006 Mr. Resetti
    007 Blathers
    008 Sable Able
    009 Mabel Able
    010 Kapp'n
    011 Bob
    012 Mitzi
    013 Punchy
    014 Ankha
    015 Paolo
    016 Teddy
    017 Portia
    018 Peanut
    019 Bliss
    020 Bunnie
    021 O'Hare
    022 Bill
    023 Joey
    024 Maelle
    025 Biff
    026 Lobo
    027 Rasher
    028 Pigleg
    029 Rhoda
    030 Plucky
    031 Tad
    032 Drift
    033 Chevre
    034 Bangle
    035 Rowan
    036 Buck
    037 Bluebear
    038 June
    039 Cheri
    040 Apollo
    041 Cube
    042 Flash
    043 Yodel
    044 Faith
    045 Bud
    046 Flossie
    047 Pinky
    048 Nibbles
    049 Dotty
    050 Scoot
    051 Boris
    052 Goose
    053 Admiral
    054 Kody
    055 Pierce
    056 Puck
    057 Bones
    058 Dora
    059 Spike
    060 Jane
    061 Tom Nook
    062 Pelly
    063 Copper
    064 Saharah
    065 Joan
    066 Jingle
    067 Redd
    068 Olivia
    069 Stinky
    070 Purrl
    071 Eloise
    072 Elina
    073 Eunice
    074 Baabara
    075 Dozer
    076 Grizzly
    077 Cookie
    078 Butch
    079 Filbert
    080 Sally
    081 Doc
    082 Coco
    083 Pompom
    084 Derwin
    085 Bubbles
    086 Chief
    087 Dobie
    088 Sampson
    089 Limberg
    090 Curly
    091 Lucy
    092 Ava
    093 Leigh
    094 Chuck
    095 Patty
    096 Jay
    097 Midge
    098 Puddles
    099 Lily
    100 Camofrog
    101 Boots
    102 Iggy
    103 Tybalt
    104 Cyrano
    105 Yuka
    106 Elmer
    107 Peaches
    108 Vladimir
    109 Poncho
    110 Peewee
    111 Sprocket
    112 Marcy
    113 Kitt
    114 Buzz
    115 Roald
    116 Aurora
    117 Olive
    118 Franklin
    ------------------------
    
    That is the end of series one. There are also design and town tune cards.
    However, since there are so many of them, I do not exactly intend to make a
    list for them. One may come by in the future, though. Series two should be out
    in Jan. 2003. I'll do my best to come up with yet another list.
    
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    26) Special Events
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    Now, there's always tons of events going on in your town (see Holidays), but
    there are a few that don't follow that special schedule. Here they are:
    
    Bridges are needed
    ------------------------------
    When your village gets lots of people to move in, Tortimer will be hanging
    around the river. If you talk to him, he'll ask if you want to build a bridge
    in the acre he is in. If you don't like the acre, wait till' the next day.
    He'll keep switching acres every day until you make a decision. Place it in a
    spot that will save you much time in accomplishing a task that you do very
    often.
    
    Camping isn't just for scouts
    ------------------------------
    During the summer times, some animals will set up campsites in the middle of
    town. If you speak to them, they'll engage in a conversation and may start a
    game with you. If you win or you purchase something, you'll get cool items.
    Available, only with the tent.
    
        Camping Gear
        ------------------
        Backpack
        Bonfire
        Campfire
        Cooler
        Kayak
        Lantern
        Mountain Bike
        Propane Stove
        Sleeping Bag
        Tent Model
    
    Iglooin'
    ------------------------------
    On a snow day, citizens will make igloo structures. How they do it, is a
    science of its own... But anyways, if you chat with the person inside, you
    may get a cool gift.
    
        Snow Day Items
        ------------------
        Chowder
        Crab Stew
        Fireplace
        Igloo Model
        Sleigh
        Snow Bunny
        Snowboard
        Snowy Tree Model
    
    Lighthouse isn't a background object????
    ------------------------------
    Some time in January and February, Rortimer will ask you to turn on the
    lighthouse every day for seven days. Completing the task will reward you with
    the Chocolates/Lighthouse Model.
    
    Snowmen Galore
    ------------------------------
    When there is snow everywhere, most likely, there's the snowman around. Find
    his three balls of snow and roll them around. If they are the right size and
    you put them together, they're form a snowman who'll give you a cool gift from
    the Snowman collection of furniture. See the corresponding Furniture list for
    more information.
    
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    27) Tips and Tricks
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    This area includes info on various tid bits of information that I may have come
    across. It should help you improve your daily habits.
    
     - ALWAYS dig up the stars on the ground. They usually contain fossils, which
    can be sold for thousands of bells. Especially, if you're short on funds.
     - Fishing is the best method to get bells. But, only if you're patient...
     - If you are filthy rich (like me), purchase every item that you don't have in
    your catalog from Tom Nook's store. Then sell it back if you don't want it.
    That way, if that's the one piece missing from your furniture set or something,
    you'll know how to get it quickly.
     - Upgrade Tom Nook's shop ASAP. You're only hurting your own shopping sprees
    when it isn't incredibly large yet.
     - Don't bother making friends, unless it really interests you. Or, if you want
    NES games.
     - The balloon that flies around holding an item never stops, till' it hits a
    tree. Don't waste your time using the bug net.
     - Visiting a friend's town often can be very profitable. And no, there is no
    benefit for riding the train a gazillion times.
    
    Know of some more tips? Send em' in! vegeeta777@nc.rr.com
    
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    There are many NES Games in Animal Crossing. Most of them have been explained
    in the NES Games section. Yet, there are several that elude our grasp. You'll
    know what I mean if you read on. I also have some codes to get some free games.
    Hassle free.
    
    The Animal Crossing website has had a code generator for quite some time now.
    I've been there every single time that they have changed the code generator.
    What it does is generates a code to give to Tom Nook. In return you get a NES
    game. I've compiled a list of codes for my town and the town of NES. Here you
    go:
    
    MY TOWN
    My Name:   Veran
    My Town:   Dargon
    
    NES TOWN
    Name:      NES
    Town:      NES
    
    WARNING! You must create a town with Veran in Dargon or NES in NES to use these
    codes. These are not universal, so they will NOT work in anybody's town but
    these two.
    
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    GAME UNLOCKED          MY TOWN CODE                   NES TOWN CODE
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    Clu Clu Land D         SRJ9nwjXVauKLN                 y9i4DvHnfOsX6L
                           FNfqSN8Guid@ez                 jmZDPI&Rmc3XUb
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    Donkey Kong 3          SRJ9cbhXVauKLv                 y9i4mvilfOsX6L
                           HNaYSN8XuidCtz                 TmMmAg&Rmb3XUb
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    Donkey Kong Jr.        AjIpEHDfGgzAYd                 yMi4S2HnftsX6L
                           Xk@rtiMZSjIZiZ                 TmMIPV&Rmc3XUF
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    Soccer                 SRJ9cbhXBjuKLg                 yMW4F2ilfOsX6L
                           HNaYSNKXuidCtz                 TmMIAV&Rmb3XUF
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    To get the codes entered, there are two ways to follow. The easiest way is to
    go to Tom Nook and give him the code. Just go up to him and select "Say Code".
    Enter the codes above. The second way is to write a letter to a friend. This
    time, there is a format to follow. On the first line, make the key symbol. On
    the second, write the first line of code. Third, write the second line of code.
    You must use the enter button. No using extra spaces or it might mess up.
    Personally, I recommend the first technique.
    
    IMPORTANT:
    The NES codes do work, thanks to Videoshocker2 for testing that for me.
    All of my town's codes have been tested and do work.
    The code generator makes zero and o the same character. Be sure to keep that in
    mind when entering in the codes.
    
    So get out there and earn some NES games! (Do not send me codes generated by
    your name. I hope that this FAQ will not be a continously updated piece of
    work.
    
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    29) FAQ
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    This portion of the guide pertains to various questions about the Animal
    Crossing world. If you have a question, e-mail me at vegeeta777@nc.rr.com. I'll
    post it here with the answer!
    
    Q:  What the heck is a pitfall?
    A:  A pitfall is a wierd white circle thing with a red exclamation point in the
    center. What you do, is bury them. If someone walks over it, you, your friends,
    or the animals, then they will fall into a hole. You must press the A button
    continuosly to get out of it. The item will then disappear. Why they are in the
    game is a complete question, but I guess they are there for some quick laughs.
    (one of the most common topics on the message boards)
    
    Q:  What is the difference between the memory card in the game and a normal
        card? Can you transfer your data?
    A:  The difference between the memory cards is basically nothing. First of all,
    you can NOT transfer any of the data between the cards. That includes the town
    files. The card that comes with the game also has a bonus file on it. It has a
    picture of a letter on it. It makes one of the villagers in your town send you
    some mail a few days into the game. You will then receive a NES game.
    Otherwise,there really is no difference between the cards. My town is on my
    awesome 16x (1,019 blocks) card, because I gave the card from the game to my
    brothers. Just don't delete the mail file, there is absolutely no way to get it
    back.
    (sent in by DeliDude15)
    
    Q:  Once I get my second floor in my house, is it OK to have the bottom floor
        filled with one series of furniture and the top filled with another? Like
        Exotic on the bottom and Blue on the top. Or does it lower my HRA ratings?
    A:  It is highly recommended that you do just that. Do not mix the sets on the
    same floor though. I got more than 100,000 points for just putting the entire
    spooky set on the bottom floor. Then I had my slowly growing collection of
    modern items on the second. I also recommend that you put special feng shui
    items in your house. Finally, complete sets on the bottom floor are worth more
    than complete sets on the second.
    (sent in by DeliDude15)
    
    Your question isn't answered anywhere in this FAQ? E-mail me at
    vegeeta777@nc.rr.com.
    
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    30) Credits
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    Thanks to me for compiling you an easy to use FAQ. It is no where near
    completion, but I hope that soon it will become the best Animal Crossing FAQ on
    the net.
    
    Thanks to CJayC and his wonderful GameFAQs website. Let's all hope to improve
    it!
    
    Thanks to Morki_master_Wolf for the use of his Nintendo Power Animal Crossing
    Strategy Guide to fill in a few blanks in the Reference material. I'm not
    perfect, so of course I wasn't able to collect everything. The material
    includes a few songs, Redd only items, furniture, and two bugs. Also the best
    times to catch each bug and fish.
    
    Thanks to Videoshocker2 for several information tid bits. Testing the NES
    codes, help fill me in on the Golden ax info, and reminding to put the Post
    Office goodies list.
    
    Thanks to criswell22 for supplying a little secret about Redd.
    
    Thanks to Firefalcon2537 for correcting a spelling error. I spelled the duck,
    Pate, as Plate in the animal list.
    
    Thanks to Josh and Brian for telling and confirming that I missed the koala,
    Yuka in my animal list.
    
    Thanks to the other FAQs and Codes on www.gamefaqs.com. I may have used some of
    the material. I don't remember if or which, but I'm going to give some credit
    to them.
    
    Thanks to www.ign.com for accepting my FAQ at a version not accepted by
    GameFAQs.
    
    Thanks to you for reading this guide!
    
    To contact me, e-mail me at vegeeta777@nc.rr.com. Please send notifications of
    any errors or contributions. You will get credit. Promise. I want to make this
    the perfect free guide, so send in anything you have. Finally, please mention
    the site that you saw the FAQ at. That knowledge will keep my future FAQs at
    those sites.
    
    The only sites that have permission to display this guide are:
    http://www.primalfusion.tk
    http://www.gamefaqs.com
    http://www.ign.com
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    To receive permission, e-mail me with the request. This took alot of work and I
    really would like to know who has posted my FAQ on the web.
    
    The first site that usually posts the most recent update is primalfusion. The
    reason being that it is my personal site and I control the exact upload. That
    happens when I send the updates to all of the other sites.
    
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    If this work is found on any other site, other than those specified in the
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