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    Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town
    FAQ/ Walkthrough
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    Written by JJ of Cyrix Games
    Email:teepojay@earthlink.net
    AIM:barryclipsnbravo
    Version: 1.5
    Last Update:06-08-2004
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    1.  Something you should know:
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    This is MY FAQ.  No one elses.  It belongs to Cirix Games of Alliance
    Corporatation.  You copy it, you are asking yourself to be sued.  Seriously.  I
    would do it.  I need the money.  If you copy anything out of here, ask my
    permission.  I will most likely let you.  If you want to use this on your
    website, ask my permission.  Once again, I will most likely let you.
    Do this without my permission, and, like I said, I will sue you.  Cyrix isn't
    a group that messes around with stuff like that.  You can print it, you can
    save it, whatever.  Just don't use it on your website, or use it for profit,
    without my permission.  Right now, there are four sites with permission to
    use this FAQ, those being:
    http://www.gamefaqs.com
    and
    http://www.the-alliancecorporation.com/cirix.html (Under renovations)
    and
    http://www.neoseeker.com
    and
    http://faqs.ign.com
    Thank you.
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    2.  Table Of Contents:
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    1.  Something you should know
    2.  Table of Contents
    3.  Introduction
    4.  Versions
    5.  Game Basics
        Controls
        Menus
        Getting Started
    6.  Basic Farming/Ranching/Mining/Walkthrough of FIRST DAYS
    7.  Town
        People
          Girls
        Places
    8.  Tools/Upgrading Tools/Cursed, Blessed, Mythic Tools
    9.  Mining
    10. Crops
    11. TV
    12. Cheats
    13. Other Stuff
    14. FAQ
    15. Credits
    16. Who is this guy?
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    3.  Introduction:
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    This is a walkthrough/FAQ/help guide for Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town.
    Generally, it is an instruction manual combined with a strategy guide.
    Personally, I have been playing Harvest Moon games since the day the first one
    came out on the SNES.  I have also taken Horticultural classes in High School,
    and have a fair grasp of how to play the games.  I don't claim to be an expert
    at any of them, although I do claim to know what I'm doing.  I've never had the
    chance to write a guide for a Harvest Moon game.  Now, here it is.  Time to get
    started.
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    4.  Versions:
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    0.9:  Got the basic guide down.  Complete but for a few sections that need some
    details, help is appreciated.  Not very hard to write an FAQ for this game. . .
    
    0.93:  Added some information about mining, and added the girls' favorite items
    
    1.00:  Added some more Other Stuff: Jewels, Power Berries, and Glitches.  Also
           added another 'approved' site to the list.
    
    1.10:  Added all of the recipees, as well as the items that the 'other' people
           of mineral town like.  Put down some rules in the Contact area.  Fixed
           and added some stuff here and there.
    
    1.20:  Added the information on the Cursed, Blessed, and Mythic Tools.  Also
           added some FAQs to the list.
    
    1.25:  Added the requirements for Marriage.  I was shocked to find that I did
           not have these listed.
    
    1.30:  Added the rest of the information about the townsfolk.  I'm still
           missing stuff about the bachelors.  Oh well for now.  I'm starting to
           think that my stuff is out of order.  I'll have to fix that in 1.35.
           That's later, though.  Happy new year!  And, for those that know what
           I'm talking about, may this be a MUCH better year than '03.
                       QOUTE:  "2003 Sucked"  -  Me
    
    1.31:  Added some glitches.  Fixed some typical errors.  That's about it.  Oh,
           and I'm NOT making seperating GLITCHES from TYPOS and GRAMMATICAL
           ERRORS.  If I did, that would be too much work!  :)
    
    1.31B: Good God!  I submitted the wrong file last time!  Sorry for any
           confusion this may have caused, and, if it led you to madness, you just
           need help, friend :)
    
    1.40:  It's a big enough update.  I added a whole LOT of codebreaker cheats.
           I haven't tested them all, but they should work, especially in Spring.
           If they don't, oh well, you shouldn't be cheating anyway.
    
    1.41:  Added more information on Mining, as well as some random questions I've
           been asked.
    
    1.45:  READ THE NEW SECTION AT THE TOP.  Also, added some info on mining.
    Sorry if it's a ghetto update,
               But I haven't had time for this game.
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    5.  Game Basics:
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        Controls:
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    The controls in ALL the Harvest Moon games are simple.  They are designed so
    you can just pick up the game and play.
    D-Pad: move
    A: Grab, make selection, activate, talk, inspect, give gift, throw item
    B: Use a tool, cancel menu selection, put item in Rucksack
    L: Whistle (L+UP calls for the dog only, L+DOWN calls for the horse only)
    R: Run (In Default Control Scheme)
    Start: Menu
    Select: Status Window
    A+B: Opens the Rucksack menu
    L+A: Scroll through Items
    L+B: Scroll through Tools/Eat held Item
    L+Start: View World Map
    L+Select: View Farm Map (Good for finding Sprites, Cows, Chickens, Horse, Ect)
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        Menus:
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    Title Menu
    Start: Begin new game
    Continue: Resume saved game
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    Start Menu (left to right)
    
    Diary:
      Diary
        Save: Save your game data
        Load: Load other game data
    Buttons:
      1: Hold R to run
      2: Hold R to walk
    Clock: Show or Hide the clock
    Face: Show or Hide the faces of people you talk to
    Name: Show or Hide the names of people you talk to
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    Rucksack: View your rucksack, where you have access to tools and items
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    World Map: View a map of the whole game.
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    Farm Map: View a map of the farm.  (See above)
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    Earnings:
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      {Farm Name} Property
        Money
        Name
        Number of Power Berries
        Dog Name\ Horse Name
        Number of hearts for Dog\Horse
        Number of Chickens\Amount of Chicken Feed
        Number of Cows\Amount of Cow Feed
        Number of Sheep
        Recipees Cooked\Amount of Wood
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      List of Chickens
        Name of Chicken\Health Status
        Birthday
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      Harvest Sprites
        Name of Sprite
        How much they like you
    Okay, there are three bars here.  The first is their Watering.  The second is
    their Harvesting.  The third is their Livestock.  That's all I know for now.
        Next to the bars are what the Sprite is assigned to do.
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      Earnings Report
        Year/Season
        Profit
        Expense
        Chart showing details of Profit/Expense ratio.
        Profit/Expense for previous seasons.
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      Tool Level List
        Shows Each tool, and the amount of experience you have, in bar and percent.
        Full copper bar, you can upgrade to copper, and so on.
        Under the bar is an icon of a mineral.  This is what you need to upgrade.
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    Memo:
    ‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘
    '‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘
      Number Shipped: Number of items you've shipped from the box
    ‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘
    '‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘
      Fishing
        Name: Name of Fish
        Size: Record Size
        Amount: Amount you've caught
    ‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘
    '‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘'‘
      Other
        Mini Game Record: Your records in the mini games
          Harvest
          Animal Husbandry
          Watering
          Frisbee distance
        Income/Expense: More Income/Expense data
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    Tutorial: A few tutorials of how to play (but, you have me for that :D)
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    Getting Started:
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    Okay, so you want to start your game already.  Seems to me like that stuff
    would be useless without a file.  Anyway, to jump in, go to START on the title
    screen (the only option you have if this is your first game).  The first screen
    is to put in your name.  Put whatever you like.  The next screen asks for your
    birthday.  Put your birthday, already.  Next is the Farm Name.  Come up with
    something.  If you can't, just email me.  I'll help you out.  After that you
    get to name your dog.  Cool, free dog.  I named mine Bark.  But I'm sure that
    you can do better than that.  Game asks if all of that is cool.  Say it is,
    since you had plenty of time to correct mistakes (I mean, really, why do they
    ask that question?)  You then get this really long cut scene, explaining why
    you're there.  After the little movie, you get to play Harvest Moon.
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    6.  Basic Farming/Ranching/Mining/Walkthrough of first days
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    Okay, great.  You can play.  What should you do, though?  First, let's get that
    farm all cleaned up.  From where you start, go up to the TV.  I assume that you
    know what the TV is.  I can't help you if you don't.  Okay, I'll help.  It's
    the big screen in the middle of the top wall.  There, happy? :P
    Press A on it.  Wow, TV shows!  You can see the next day's weather report by
    pressing up, see upcoming events by pressing right, see some more tutorials by
    pressing down, or, for a while at least, play the Harvest Goddess game by
    pressing left.  Play it.  Good luck.  You lost, didn't you?  The best I can do
    is five.  That was only once.  Okay, enough of that.
    Go to that big treasure chest thing in the bottom right corner.  Press A while
    facing it.  Pull out the Axe, the Hammer, and the Sickle.  Be prepared to spend
    a couple of days doing this.  Go outside, and just below you is your farming
    space.  It's where you plant crops.
    Oh, wait, damn those townsfolk.  Thomas and Zack come and show you the basics
    again.  Listen to Zach, he tells you to put your crops in the bin.  Whoo hoo.
     You may see your poor little dog roaming around.
    At the beginning of every day, you should whistle to your dog (UP+L) and pick
    him up with A.  EVERY DAY.  He'll get to loving you soon enough.
    Now, make some cash.  Go to the tree south of your house, it has a beehive.
    Press A while facing it, and you'll have honey.  Go to the bin, and throw it in
    with A.  Good source of a tiny bit of easy money.
    Okay, now, to the clearing of your farm space.  See that big brown area with a
    lot of weeds, branches, tree stumps, and rocks?  Start clearing it out.  Today.
    First, get rid of the little sticks.  To do this, equip your axe through the
    Rucksack screen (go to the screen, select the Axe, and move it to the square on
    top if it isn't already there).  Start chopping all the little branches away
    (the brown ones, not the green leaves).  Don't even try chopping the stumps up.
    You need a higher level axe (later on that).  Then, equip your Hammer in the
    same way you equipped your axe, and get rid of all the little grey rocks.  Once
    again, don't even try to get the big rocks.  Hammer's too weak.  Oh, a little
    tip.  If you go to the Farm Map, you can see each and every little thing in the
    field.  That helps right now.  If you go blue in the face and fall down, don't
    press B again.  Either go back into your house (press A on the door, FYI) and
    sleep (press A facing the side of your bed, or go south and search the area for
    a blue plant.  Find it, and pick it up with A. Then, eat it, by pressing L+B.
    Make sure you ate it.  If not, press L+A, and try again.  Once you've eaten a
    few of the little devils, go back to clearing the place out.  Don't stray too
    far, you may get lost.  After you've gotten all the small rocks, you can start
    clearing out the weeds.  There's two ways to do this.  The fastest way is by
    using your Sickle.  That gets you tired, though. The other way is to press A to
    pick it up, and press A to throw it.  This takes a while, though, but it
    doesn't get you tired.  If you did this in one day, good job.  If not, don't
    sweat it.  Just spend another day.
    There, doesn't that just look so much better?  It doesn't?  You don't like
    those big rocks and ugly tree stumps?  Well, we're going to have to do
    something about it, aren't we?  Hey, wait, did I say that this was a complete
    walkthrough?  I did?!  Well, okay, then.  I won't be so detailed anymore,
    though.  You need to get some money to upgrade those Tools.  There's quite a
    few ways to do this at this point in the game, although it's still tough.  The
    fastest way is to go mining.  What?  You don't know how to mine?!  Okay, let
    ol' JJ teach you, then.  Go south out of your farm.  Then, along the left wall,
    there should be a little diagonal path.  Take it.  There's the spa, two stumps,
    and a hole in the wall.  You brought that hammer, right?  Okay.  Go in the
    hole.  What, there's a bunch of rocks?  Well, smash them!  Oh, you found an
    ore!  Great!  Here's the trick.  If it is a little grey thing with three parts,
    throw it.  If it's Copper or Silver, put it in your Rucksack.  After two, the
    sack is full, but you can still carry some.  Take them all to your shipping
    bin.  Okay, do this a whole bunch of times, eating blue herbs or using the spa
    to restore your energy.
    After a couple of days, you should have some money, but, what are you going to
    do with it?  Hey, that kid's back on your farm again, trying to figure out if
    there's really someone living there!  I guess it's time to meet the townsfolk.
    Go to town (go north).  Talk to everyone you see.  Also, pick out the girl that
    seems cutest to you, and stalk her, er, find out where she is at what time.
    You'll start giving that girl gifts as soon as you can.  I've been trying to
    get Ann, the bar girl.  I've found that she doesn't like herbs much, and she
    absolutely HATES minerals (she dismissed a chunk of silver as big as her!).
    I've also found that she LOVES boiled eggs.  You don't have eggs?!  Um, let's
    take care of that later.  You should have at least 3000 by now, and it should
    NOT be Sunday or Wednesday.  Then, you can go to the Supermarket (it's the
    building with the bags sitting on a table in the middle of the store.  I told
    you to go EVERYWHERE for a reason, you know :D).
    Okay, go the the table with the bags, and talk to it.  You heard me.  Select
    CUCUMBERS, and buy, oh, about three bags.  Also, buy a bag of grass.  No, not
    a SACK of grass, a bag.  If you had a lot of money, like, if you have 3k left,
    buy yourself a bigger rucksack.  It's on the right side of the store.  It will
    help a lot, especially during your long days of mining.  If you have EVEN MORE
    money left, say, five thousand, you probably waited too long to buy stuff, or
    you're cheating.  But, if you have it, buy the harvest basket.  Don't worry,
    you don't have it permanently, just press A to drop it where you want it.
    With the harvest basket, you can put your crops and minerals in the basket
    instead of the rucksack.  It can hold thirty items.  Back to your farm!  Go and
    grab the Hoe, and the seed bags.  If you bought a bigger rucksack, then you can
    also grab the watering can.
    Okay, now, this is a little trick I've figured out.  When tilling soil, don't
    till in three by three groups.  You'll end up with a little plant in the middle
    that doesn't get watered, and it takes longer to water them and pick the crops.
    You'll want to make a patter something like this:
    X X
    X X
    X X
    Or like this:
    XXX
    
    XXX
    Those are the best ways with the non-upgraded water can.  Okay, stand in the
    center of your lines:
    X X
    XoX
    X X
    and 'use' your CUCUMBER seeds.  You throw them up in the air (?!) and they
    all miraculously fall down in the right place.  Now, for the bag of grass,
    make a 3X3 patch of tilled soil, like this:
    XXX
    XXX
    XXX
    Then stand in the center and throw your seeds into the air.  You don't have
    to water grass.  Now, go grab your Watering Can if you haven't already, and
    water all of your cucumber seeds. Now, it's just a waiting game.  Let them
    grow, and sell the profits.  That should be enough to get you started.  I'll
    explain more detailed stuff in its own section, such as upgrading your tools,
    fishing, and a more in depth explanation on mining.  Remember, the stuff said
    above was just to get you into the game with a good start.
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    7.  Town:
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    PROBABLY NEVER COMING!
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    8.  Tools/Upgrading the Tools
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    Okay, time to explain a little better about the tools, and how to upgrade
    them.
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    Axe:
    The Axe is a tool that you need, but you won't need to upgrade a lot.
    It is used for chopping wood, and ONLY chopping wood.  The little sticks that
    you see laying around are the only things that you can chop up in the
    beginning of the game.  After chopping quite a few little sticks up (about to
    the point where you have eighty peices of wood) you can upgrade your Axe.
    Upgrading the Axe to the 'copper' stage lets you cut down stumps by charging
    up the tool (hold down B) and hitting the stump six times.  This gives you
    six peices of wood.  At the 'silver' level, you get to take one out in three
    hits.  'Gold' Axes need only hit the stump two times.  With the 'mystril' Axe,
    the bloody little stumps go down in one chop.
    ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    Fishing Rod:
    The only Tool you don't start out with.  The Fishing Rod can be acquired at
    Won's shop.  Just keep going there until you get a cutscene with
    Karen.  Soon after, go in the store again, and Zack will give you the Fishing
    Rod.  On the 'copper' level, it can catch only small fish and trash.  It took
    me a while to figure out how to catch the little bluggers.  When you cast out,
    wait.  An ! will appear over your head; when that happens, press and HOLD the
    B button.  You'll pull in whatever bit if you timed it right (how do boots
    bite?)  I don't have any more info on the Fishing Rod at this time.  Coming
    Soon.
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    Hammer:
    The Hammer is one of the tools that you'll use a LOT, especially if you follow
    my guide on how to start off the game.  Mining requires ONE tool, the Hammer.
    It can also use another tool, but it isn't necessary.  The Hammer also smashes
    rocks in the farm to get them out of the way.  In the beginning, you can only
    smash small rocks.  The 'copper' level smashes larger, round rocks to dust with
    three hits.  The 'silver' level destroys the round rocks in two hits, and can
    crush the rugged large oval rocks in five hits.  The 'gold' Hammer can
    obliterate the round rocks in ONE hit, and the rugged ovals in three.  The
    coveted 'mystril' can destroy the ovals in only two hits.
    ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    Hoe:
    No, I'm calling you names.  That's the name of the tool, for those poor,
    uneducated people out there.  It is another tool that is sure to get a lot of
    use.  It must be used to till (prepare) the soil for seeds, and it can be used
    in the mine.  The mine?  Yes.  In the mine, the Hoe is used as a shovel.  You
    can find bags of money (10 G), black herb, or, even better, stairs to the lower
    levels.  In the lower levels, you find even better minerals, such as gold and
    mystril.  You get tired fast, though, so I wouldn't suggest this until you have
    the second rucksack upgrade, so you can take some blue herb with you (don't
    forget the lighter, to, um, light the way!)  On a side note, no matter how far
    down into the mine you go, if it is raining, you can hear it.  Strange. . . .
    As for mining, upgrading the Hoe does nothing.  On the farm, though, the
    'copper' version gets you two tilled squares a hit (don't forget to charge!).
    The 'silver' upgrade gets you three squares.  With a 'gold' Hoe, you till four
    squares at once.  The 'mystril' Hoe sends a tremor across the land, hitting six
    squares at once (all in a straight line, of course).  Why four to six?  I don't
    know.  Ask Natsume.  Plus, who actually plants in a row of five?
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    Sickle:
    Death's weapon, er, what you use to chop down weeds and withered crops.  It can
    also be used to chop down the grass, to use it for cow feed.  Sort of useful,
    but not as much so as all the previous items.  You don't even have to upgrade
    it, so if you can do without an upgrade for it, save yourself the money and the
    minerals.  Regardless, I've made a chart of the cut patterns:
    
    'Copper':  XXX
    
    'Silver':  XXX
               XXX
    
    'Gold':    XXX
               XXX
               XXX
    
    'Mystril:  XXXXX
               XXXXX
               XXXXX
               XXXXX
    Wow, yeah.
    ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    Watering Can:
    The last Tool on my list, and the most useful, sort of.  It ties with the other
    tools, except the sickle.  I mean, you don't even really NEED the sickle, for
    a while, at least.  The Watering Can, um, waters crops.  You need to fill it up
    before you water things, just use that little pond by your farm, or the river.
    After filling it up, the basic Can gets you a one square watering radius. Push
    it up to 'copper' and you get 3x1.  Well, actually, it's exactly like the cut
    pattern on the Sickle.  Just look above at that cut pattern.  Upgrade this as
    soon as you can, really.  Right after the Axe.  Axe first, though, because you
    want to upgrade that house soon enough.  What?!  I didn't tell you how to
    upgrade your tools!?  I know that!  That's in the next section, grasshopper!
    *******************************************************************************
    Upgrading the Tools
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    Okay, now to teach you how to upgrade tools.  You've been a pretty good learner
    so far, so this shouldn't take so long.  What?  You skipped right to this
    section?  Shame on you!  Stay and listen anyway.
    To upgrade the tool, you need three things:  The Tool, money, and the Mineral.
    You can upgrade the tools to four higher levels:  'Copper,' 'Silver,' 'Gold,'
    'Mystril,' and Mythic You can find these minerals in the mine.  Dig deeper with
    the Hoe to find the last two.  When you have these things, go to the Tool Shop
    hat old man Saibarra runs.
    Talk to Saibarra's counter (not on a Thursday, he won't serve you on a Thursday,
    even though he's still there).
    Select the first option, and then select the tool.  Finally, select the mineral
    to finish the process.  He'll tell you how many days it will take, and kick you
    out.  You heard me.  He'll kick you out.  Mean ol' Saibarra.  That many days
    later, go back, and get your newly upgraded Tool.  Not on a Thursday, though.
    That's how you upgrade tools.  Now, the HOUSE is a different story, later on
    that, though.
    Here's a breakdown of the amount of money needed to upgrade to each level:
    
    Copper:  1,000 G
    Silver:  2,000 G
    Gold:    3,000 G
    Mystril: 5,000 G
    Mythic:  50,000 G
    
    Also, you can find a cursed tool, and bless it.  More on that in the next
    section.
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    Cursed, Blessed, and Mythic Tools
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    You can obtain the Cursed Tools in the LAKE MINE.  I may have told some of you
    that you obtain it in the Spring Mine, but that was bad information.  I
    apologize.  Just keep digging until you find them.  They are always buried in
    the ground.  Dig dig dig.  It's
    very random.
    
    ***SPEAKING OF RANDOM***
    The tools are found RANDOMLY.  SOMETIMES THEY ARE NOT THERE!  FINAL!  I didn't
    program the game, that's just the way it is.  Sorry!
    
    ALSO,
    THERE ARE REQUIREMENTS.  I can't repeat this in fifty emails a day, so I'll
    tell you here!  Sorry for not doing this before!
    
    1.  ALL TOOLS MYSTRILE
    2.  AN OPEN TOOL SLOT FOR EVERY CURSED TOOL
    3.  IT'S RANDOM!!!!!!
    
    Here's their locations:
    
    Cursed Fishing Rod:  Floor 29
    Cursed Hoe:          Floor 39
    Cursed Ax:           Floor 49
    Cursed Hammer:       Floor 59
    Cursed Watering Can: Floor 69
    Cursed Sickle:       Floor 79
    
    To bless a tool, each one has a different requirement.  Since I'm such a nice
    guy, I'll even tell you those requirements.  Be warned, they're quite
    difficult:
    
    Fishing Rod:  Use the Cursed Rod 255 times.  A trick I've heard for this that
    takes a while, but gets the job done is to use it inside the Bar, and keep
    ordering water until you're strong enough to use it again.  Do note, though,
    that water only restores about .01 of your Stamina.  That ain't a lot.
    
    Hoe:  Have Carter 'Bless' the Cursed Hoe 10 times.
    You can have him bless things during confessional.
    
    Ax:  Use the Cursed Ax 255 times.  All I can say is to use the same trick as
    for the Rod.
    
    Hammer:  Equip the Cursed Hammer for ten days straight.  The only advice that I
    can give is to have the Sprites look after your livestock, and do this during
    Winter.
    
    Watering Can:  Have Carter 'Bless' the Cursed Watering Can 10 times.
    
    Sickle:  Equip the Cursed Sickle for 10 days straight.  See the Hammer for
    the strategy.
    
    To have Carter bless something, it must be during confessional (Thursday
    evenings, I think), and it costs 1,000 G each blessing.  You can only have him
    bless one thing a day.
    Cursed and Blessed tools have the same effects, except for the fact that Cursed
    Tools sap your Stamina faster than a Downer.  Here are the effects:
    
    Fishing Rod:  You can now catch the 'King' fish, as well as Treasure and
    Fish Fossils.
    
    Hoe:  Till a 12x3 area of land, like this: XXXXXXXXXXXX
                                               XXXXXXXXXXXX
                                               XXXXXXXXXXXX
    
    Ax:  Chops ALL stumps and branches that you can see on the screen.
    
    Hammer:  Smash a Boulder, Large Boulder, and the Boulder on the Mountain in
    one hit.
    
    Watering Can:  Water a 6x13 area.  XXXXXXXXXXXXX
                                       XXXXXXXXXXXXX
                                       XXXXXXXXXXXXX
                                       XXXXXXXXXXXXX
                                       XXXXXXXXXXXXX
                                       XXXXXXXXXXXXX
    
    Sickle:  Cuts a 9x9 Square:  XXXXXXXXX
                                 XXXXXXXXX
                                 XXXXXXXXX
                                 XXXXXXXXX
                                 XXXXXXXXX
                                 XXXXXXXXX
                                 XXXXXXXXX
                                 XXXXXXXXX
                                 XXXXXXXXX
    
    The Mythic Tools need an ore called Mythic Stone for Saibarra to upgrade them.
    The Mythic Stones only appear after you've had ALL TOOLS BLESSED.  You heard me
    right.  All of them.  They then appear in the Spring Mine, on floor 60.
    After you take them to Saibarra, he'll use them to make your Tool an Mythic
    Tool, for the nomimal charge of 50,000 G.  He'll take about a week, too.  Also,
    the Mythic Stones (which look like burnt wood) sell for 20,000 G A PIECE.  Yep,
    so the cost at Saibarra's shouldn't be too bad after all.  Here's a breakdown
    of the Mythic Tools:
    
    Fishing Pole:  Increases chances of catching Fossil or Pirate Treasure.
    
    Hoe:  Till an 18x5 area:
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    
    Ax:  Same as Blessed/Cursed, but uses 50% less energy than Blessed.
    
    Hammer:  Smashes ALL stones and boulders on the current screen.
    
    Watering Can:  Waters a 12x21 square of land:  (I don't know why I'm doing
    this, I must really like you guys. . . . no, that aint it. . . .):
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX    That's a lot of water!
    
    Sickle:  Cuts a 15x15 square:
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    ===============================================================================
    9.  Mining:
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Okay, let's get into the basics of Mining.  If you've been through the whole
    guide, you already know the basics of the basics.  If not, shame on you, but I
    guess I'll go over it JUST FOR YOU.
    Okay, to mine, go to the mine (it's on your map [press L+START]).  Oh, take the
    Hammer.  Use the Hammer to smash the rocks you see.  If you get three little
    grey rocks joined together, throw it.  If you get a silver or copper chunk, put
    it in your rucksack.  That's that.  Now ship it or use it to upgrade.  Now,
    with that out of the way, we can get into more complicated mining.
    First, I'd like to point out that there are two mines.  There's the normal one,
    and the one in the middle of the lake.  To get to that one, wait until winter.
    In either mine, there is more than one level.  To reach these lower levels, you
    need the Hoe.  Take that in, and start using it like a shovel to dig.
    there's a little trick to mining.
    It takes a helluva long time, but you can go in with maybe one or two herbs and
    make it really really far.
    Once you enter an area (map) everything will always be the same if you save and
    reload.  Until you leave.
    Therefore, save as soon as you enter a floor.  Find the stairs, memorize the
    location.  Load game.  Go
    straight to the stairs, dig them up. There you go, about one 'tool action'
    used, unless you had to get through
    rocks.
    Save before going down.  Lather, rinse, repeat.
    The reason you save before going down the stairs, is because sometimes what
    you're looking for in the next
    floor just isn't there, due to a glitch, or the programmers being asshats.  So,
    saving before you go down gives
    you a new map every time :)  Enjoy.
    As you go deeper
    into the mine, you'll find better minerals.  Here's a breakdown:
    
    Spring Mine:
    Copper (All Floors):           10 G
    Silver (All Floors):           20 G
    Gold   (Floor 3 and Below):    25 G
    Mystrile (Floor 5 & Below):    40 G
    Orichalc (Floor 10 & Below):   50 G
    Adamantite (Floor 10 & Below:  50 G
    Mythic Stones (Floor 60):      20,000 G
    Teleport Stone (Floor 255, only third year and past.)
    Fried Potato Recipee (In my FAQ, er, floor 255)
    Goddes Jewel:  See Goddess Jewel Section.
    Power Berry (Floor 100)
    
    The Teleport Stone lets you warp to any location on the map.  Note that you
    must have an empty tool slot when you see it the first time, or it's gone for
    good.  You could even go to, say, the Winter Mine, in Summer. . . .
    The Winter Mine is the same as the Spring Mine, except for these things:
    
    Winter Mine:
    Agate (All Floors, except 50, 100, 150, and 200):             62 G
    Alexandrite (Floors 50, 100, 150, 200, 251 and below):        10,000 G
    Amethyst (All floors except 50, 100, 150, and 200):           60 G
    Diamond (Floors that end in 0 (10, 20, 30, 40, etc.), 200+):  100 G
    Emerald (Floors that end in 5 (5, 15, 25, 35, etc.), 200+):   80 G
    Flourite (All floors except 50, 100, 150, and 200):           65 G
    Kappa Jewels:  See Kappa Jewel Section.
    Moon Stone (Floors that end in 8 (8, 18, 28, 38, etc.)):      55 G
    Peridot (All floors except 50, 100, 150, and 200):            68 G
    Pink Diamond (Floors 30, 70, 90, 110, 130, 170, 190, 255):    10,000 G
    Ruby (All floors except 50, 100, 150, and 200):               75 G
    Desert Rose (Floors that end in 9 (9, 19, 29, 39, etc.)):     60 G
    Topaz (All floors except 50, 100, 150, and 200):              70 G
    
    Also note that Junk Ores, which sell for 1 G, can be found anywhere.
    Also, on the ninth floor is a pond where you can catch Coelecanth, a King Fish.
    
    ******************************SPECIAL NOTE*************************************
    Okay, I've gotten enough bitching on this topic to get so sick and tired that I
    will write this in here.  Yeah, I said BITCHING.  Bother me if it bothers you.
    
    EVERYTHING in the mines is random.  If you don't find something, then it isn't
    there that time!  That's final!  Sometimes things just DON'T SHOW UP!  SO,
    you should save BEFORE you go down the stairs, EVERY TIME.  That way, if what
    you are looking for isn't on the next floor, then you can simply re-load the
    game, and it will be a new floor below you.  This INCLUDES CURSED TOOLS, gems,
    even stairs!  Hope that helps you guys out!
    ===============================================================================
    10.  Crops:
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Okay, let's admit it.  Harvest Moon is about the HARVEST.  Sure you can be
    *almost* completely successful by just mining.  But, what's the fun in that?
    There's a good number of crops in this game, from flowers to fruits and
    veggies.  If it's on a sandwich at you'r local burger joint, it's in the game.
    There's also a lot of stuff that isnt USUALLY used on burgers in this game.
    I'm yet to see a cabbage burger.  Actually, it sounds good. . . .
    Okay, let's get down to the crops.  First of all, lets get the basics down, for
    those people who skip around in guides.  To plant things, you need a bag of
    seeds for that plant.  Then, you need to till the soil.  I'll suggest a till
    patter for the first couple of watering cans:
    X X
    X X
    X X
    or
    XXX
    
    XXX
    Simple, yes?  After it's tilled, stand in the center, and throw the seeds up,
    and whatch them miraculously land in place (is there no wind here?!)
    After that, with the exception of grass, water each seed with the Watering Can
    (don't forget to fill it up!)  Eventually, the seeds will sprout into little
    plants, which will then grow bigger, then get flowers, and, finally, produce
    some produce.  Pick the produce with A, and put it in the shipping bin.  Viola,
    at Five, you'll have more cash.
    Planting Seeds off season will kill them.
    Harvest Sprites can water for you, getting at the seed in the middle of this:
    XXX
    XXX
    XXX
    Normally, the middle seed would be neglected.
    Walking on seeds will not hurt them.
    Selling 100 of the three basic seeds in one season gets you a special seed.
    Here's a breakdown by season, items with an * are basic seeds:
    
    '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Spring
    '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    *Turnip: Takes 4 days to grow, but it can only be harvested once.  Each packet
    will cost you 120 G, but each Turnip sells for 60 G.  In a six plant pattern,
    you get 360 G, which is a 240 G profit.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    *Potato: Takes 7 days to grow, and can only be harvested once.  Each packet
    willcost you 150 G, but each Potato sells for 80 G.  In a six plant pattern,
    you get 480 G, which is a 330 G profit.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    *Cucumber: Takes 9 days to grow, but it can be harvested more than once.  Each
    packet will cost you 200 G, but each Cucumber sells for 60 G.  In a six plant
    pattern, you get 360 G EACH HARVEST, which is a 160 G profit EACH HARVEST.  It
    takes 6 days to get another Cucumber, three days less than another turnip, and
    also 120 G less.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Cabbage:  Takes 15 days (!) to grow, and can only be harvested once.  Each
    packet will cost you 500 (!) G, but each Cabbage head is worth a whopping 250G,
    In a six plant pattern, you get 1500 G, which is a profit of 1000 G.  Wow.  The
    Cabbage packets are bought from Won.
    '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Summer
    '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    *Corn: Takes 13 days to grow, but can be harvested more than once.  Each
    packet will cost you 300 G, but each ear of Corn will sell for 100 G.  In a six
    plant pattern, you get 600 G a harvest, which is a profit of 300 G a harvest.
    It takes four days to regrow Corn.
    Great money maker, but also a good way to get chicken feed.  Just pull an ear
    of Corn, and put it in the watermill with A, and you get 30 Chicken feed.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    *Tomato: Takes 7 days to grow, and can be harvested more than once.  Each
    packet will cost you 200 G, but each Tomato will sell for 60 G.  In a six plant
    pattern, you get 360 G each harvest, which is a profit of 160 G each harvest.
    It takes 3 days to regrow Tomatos.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    *Onion: Takes 8 Days to grow, and can only be harveted once.  Each packet will
    cost you 150 G, but each Onion sells for 80 G.  In a six plant patter, you get
    480 G, which is a profit of 330 G.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Pineapple: Takes 21 DAYS to grow (!!), but can be harvested twice.  Each packet
    will cost you 1000 G (!!), but each Pineapple sells for a whopping 500 G.  In a
    six plant pattern, you get 3000 G EACH HARVEST, which is a profit of 2000 G in
    one harvest, making a total of a 5000 G profit if planted Summer 1.  It takes
    5 days to regrow Pineapple.  Bought from Won.
    '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Autumn
    '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    *Sweet Potato:  Takes 6 days to grow, AND can be harvested multiple times.
    WOW.  Each packet costs only 300 G, and each Potato sells for 120 G.  In a six
    plant pattern, you get 720 G a harvest, which is a profit of 420 G a harvest.
    It takes only three days to regrow Sweet Potatoes.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    *Eggplant:  Takes 8 days to grow, and can be harvested multiple times.  Each
    packet costs you just 120 G, and each Eggplant sells for 80 G.  In a six plant
    patter, you get 480 G a harvest, a profit of 360 G a harvest.  It takes 3 days
    to regrow Eggplant.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    *Carrot: Takes 8 days to grow, and can only be harvested once.  Each packet
    costs 300 G, and each Carrot sells for 120 G.  In a six plant pattern, you get
    720 G, which is a profit of 420 G.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Green Pepper:  Takes 8 days to grow, but can be harvested multiple times.  Each
    packet costs 150 G, and each Pepper sells for 40 G.  In a six plant pattern,
    you get 240 G, which is a profit of only 90 G.  Now, the good part:  It takes
    only two days to regrow the Pepper.  That's 90 G EVERY TWO DAYS.  Neat.
    ===============================================================================
    11.  TV
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    There's plenty to watch on TV.  But you'll probably only pay attention to a few
    things with me here.  :).  Pressing up gets you the ever useful weather report.
    Listen to it.
    Pressing right gets you a limited event calender.
    Pressing down gets you another turorial.
    Pressing left gets you different things on different days:
    Harvest Goddess game:  Only available the beginning of Spring.  Guess if the
    number is higher or lower, and get a prize if you get a lot right in a row.
    Dueling Chefs:  Tuesday
    Sort of like the Japanese show "Iron Chef," two chefs battle it
    out with food, whoever's dish is better wins.  You can get some neat recipees
    from here.
    Fishing Hour: Tutorial on how to fish.
    TV SHOPPING:  Saturday
    The best one on the left channel.  They say what they're selling,
    and if you want it, and have the money, go to the Bar/Inn (where Ann is) and
    use their phone.  It comes the next day.  Here's a list of all the stuff:
    
    Mirror 1010 G Tells you useless stuff
    Clock 2010 G Tells the time (?)
    Refridgerator 2510 G Store Crops and Foods here.  Useful.
    Cupboard 2510 G Store more stuff
    Kitchen 4010 G  Lets you use cooking materials
    Carpet 5010 G Decoration.  Waste of money in my opinion
    Big Bed 10010 G A big bed.  Wife wont have to sleep on the floor anymore :)
    Oven 2510 G An oven.  It's actually a Microwave oven.
    Knife 1510 G Use it to cook
    Fry Pan 1510 G Use it to cook
    Pot 1010 G Use it to smoke, er, um, cook
    Mixer 1210 G Use it to cook
    Seasoning Kit 2510 G (more expensive than the pot?) Use it to "Kick things
    up
    a notch."  :P
    Rolling Pin 760 G Use it to cook
    Whisk 510 G Use it to cook
    Power Berry 10010 G Decrease rate of energy loss
    
    You may notice that my prices are 10 G higher than the item's price.  Simple
    reason:  it costs 10 G to use the phone, and you can't get them without using
    the phone.
    ===============================================================================
    13.  Cheats
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Some NOTES you should be aware of:
    
    First of all, I don't condone cheating.  It is a cheap way to ruin a game, in
    my personal opinion.  I am also aware that there are people out there who do
    not believe this in the way I do.  Some people are weak, and therefore need the
    cheats to win.  That's fine.  That's why I'm adding this section in.
    
    ALSO:
    This guide was copied (with some minor modifications to make it flow better
    with this FAQ) DIRECTLY from VALT Jasper's Codebreaker guide.  WITH HIS
    CONSENT.  Please, VALT, if you don't like the reformatting I've done to it,
    contact me, and I'll change it back.  Thanks again, man.
    
    
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    How Coding Should Be Done
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    After I put this guide on the net a lot of people emailed me saying that they
    just couldn't get it, and that they couldn't understand how to use these codes.
    Well, first of all, you need a codebreaker. A codebreaker can be bought at
    places like Toys R' Us, Gamestop, Ebay Games, Games For Less, and most stores
    that carry electronics and/or electronic gaming products. Once you have a
    codebreaker all you have to do is plug in the codes listed in here and then
    start your game. For different stages you will want different codes, and
    sometimes you may want to turn off/on your codebreaker at different points in
    the game when using these codes. More on this in the next chapter.
    
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Different Stages And How They Work
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    In Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town there are two main types of codes:
    Stage 1 and Stage 2. Stage one codes are codes that are used BEFORE you load
    your game data (aka, while your in the main menu). Many people use these codes
    because you can turn/leave your codebreaker on right when you turn on the game.
    Stage 2 codes accur AFTER you load your game (aka, when your in the game). The
    way that you can tell that you are in a possition to use stage 2 codes is when
    you can move around. To use stage 2 codes players should turn off their
    codebreakers, load their game files and then, when they can move around in the
    game, they should turn on their codebreakers. This will allow you to use the
    codes correctly.
    
    The difference in the stages is simple, a stage 2 code is 2834 + the stage 1
    code (added hesadecimaly). For those of you who would like to calculate your
    own stage 2 codes from stage 1 codes you can follow the following instructions:
    
    1: Open the windows calculator.
    2: Click on view and then click Scientific.
    3: Click the hexadecimal button.
    4: Plug in the value of the stage one code.
    5: Now, there are two ways to do this. You can either:
    -A: Click add and type in 2834
    or
    -B: Click the Decimal button, then click add, then plug in 10292. Then click
    hexadecimal.
    
    The result will be the stage 2 code!
    
    With this knowledge of codes you should now be ready to begin pluging in codes.
    
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Codebreaker Master Codes
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    The Master Code For The Coebreaker System Is As Follows:
    
    0000E882 000A
    100D1BF8 0007
    
    If you are not using an emulator then you MUST plug this code in before using
    any other codes and this code must be active whenever any other codes are
    active.
    
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Tool Modification
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    When you start the game you will have access to only slots 1-3. When you
    upgrade your rucksack once you will be able to modify slots 1-5, and the second
    time you upgrade your rucksack you will be able to mod slots 1-8. WARNING: You
    will lose anything that was in the slots before you moded them.
    
    Stage 1:
    
    32004238 00yy: Slot 1
    
    3200423A 00yy: Slot 2
    
    3200423C 00yy: Slot 3
    
    3200423E 00yy: Slot 4
    
    32004240 00yy: Slot 5
    
    32004242 00yy: Slot 6
    
    32004244 00yy: Slot 7
    
    32004246 00yy: Slot 8
    
    Stage 2:
    
    32006A6C 01yy: Slot 1
    
    32006A70 01yy: Slot 2
    
    32006A74 01yy: Slot 3
    
    32006A78 01yy: Slot 4
    
    32006A7c 01yy: Slot 5
    
    32006A80 01yy: Slot 6
    
    32006A84 01yy: Slot 7
    
    32006A88 01yy: Slot 8
    
    Outcomes:
    
    yy=
    
    00: Sickle
    
    01: Copper Sickle
    
    02: Silver Sickle
    
    03: Gold Sickle
    
    04: Mystrile Sickle
    
    05: Cursed Sickle
    
    06: Blessed Sickle
    
    07: Mythic Sickle
    
    08: Hoe
    
    09: Copper Hoe
    
    0A: Silver Hoe
    
    0B: Gold Hoe
    
    0C: Mystrile Hoe
    
    0D: Cursed Hoe
    
    0E: Blessed Hoe
    
    0F: Mythic Hoe
    
    10 : Axe
    
    11: Copper Axe
    
    12: Silver Axe
    
    13: Gold Axe
    
    14: Mystrile Axe
    
    15: Cursed Axe
    
    16: Blessed Axe
    
    17: Mythic Axe
    
    18: Hammer
    
    19: Copper Hammer
    
    1A: Silver Hammer
    
    1B: Gold Hammer
    
    1C: Mystrile Hammer
    
    1D: Cursed Hammer
    
    1E: Blessed Hammer
    
    1F: Mythic Hammer
    
    20: Watering Can
    
    21: Copper Watering Can
    
    22: Silver Watering Can
    
    23: Gold Watering Can
    
    24: Mystrile Watering Can
    
    25: Cursed Watering Can
    
    26: Blessed Watering Can
    
    27: Mythic Watering Can
    
    28: Fishing Rod
    
    29: Copper Fishing Rod
    
    2A: Silver Fishing Rod
    
    2B: Gold Fishing Rod
    
    2C: Mystrile Fishing Rod
    
    2D: Cursed Fishing Rod
    
    2E: Blessed Fishing Rod
    
    2F: Mythic Fishing Rod
    
    30: Cow Miracle Potion
    
    31: Sheep Miracle Potion
    
    32: Turnip Seeds
    
    33: Potato Seeds
    
    34: Cucumber Seeds
    
    35: Strawberry Seeds
    
    36: Cabbage Seeds
    
    37: Tomato Seeds
    
    38: Corn Seeds
    
    39: Onion Seeds
    
    3A: Pumpkin Seeds
    
    3B: Pineapple Seeds
    
    3C: Eggplant Seeds
    
    3D: Carrot Seeds
    
    3E: Sweet Potato Seeds
    
    3F: Spinach Seeds
    
    40: Green Pepper Seeds
    
    41: Grass Seeds
    
    42: Moon Drop Seeds
    
    43: Pink Cat Seeds
    
    44: Magic Seeds
    
    45: Toy Flower Seeds
    
    46: Brush
    
    47: Milker
    
    48: Shears
    
    49: Bell
    
    4A: Animal Medicine
    
    4B: Blue Feather
    
    4C: Pedometer
    
    4D: Teleport Stone
    
    4E: Gem of the Goddess
    
    4F: Gem of the Kappa
    
    50: Gem of the Truth
    
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Item Modification
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    When you start the game you will have access to only slots 1-3. When you
    upgrade your rucksack once you will be able to modify slots 1-5, and the second
    time you upgrade your rucksack you will be able to mod slots 1-8. WARNING: You
    will lose anything that was in the slots before you moded them.
    
    Stage 1:
    
    82004214 yyyy: Slot 1
    
    82004218 yyyy: Slot 2
    
    8200421C yyyy: Slot 3
    
    82004220 yyyy: Slot 4
    
    82004224 yyyy: Slot 5
    
    82004228 yyyy: Slot 6
    
    8200422C yyyy: Slot 7
    
    82004230 yyyy: Slot 8
    
    Stage 2:
    
    82006A48 yyyy: Slot 1
    
    82006A4c yyyy: Slot 2
    
    82006A50 yyyy: Slot 3
    
    82006A54 yyyy: Slot 4
    
    82006A58 yyyy: Slot 5
    
    82006A5c yyyy: Slot 6
    
    82006A60 yyyy: Slot 7
    
    82006A64 yyyy: Slot 8
    
    Outcomes:
    
    yyyy=
    
    0000: Turnip
    
    0100: Potato
    
    0200: Cucumber
    
    0300: Strawberry
    
    0400: Cabbage
    
    0500: Tomato
    
    0600: Corn
    
    0700: Onion
    
    0800: Pumpkin
    
    0900: Pineapple
    
    0A00: Eggplant
    
    0B00: Carrot
    
    0C00: Sweet Potato
    
    0D00: Spinach
    
    0E00: Green Pepper
    
    0F00: Regular Quality Egg
    
    1000: Good Quality Egg
    
    1100: High Quality Egg
    
    1200: Golden Egg
    
    1300: P Egg
    
    1400: X Egg
    
    1500: Spa-Boiled Egg
    
    1600: Mayonnaise (S)
    
    1700: Mayonnaise (M)
    
    1800: Mayonnaise (L)
    
    1900: Mayonnaise (G)
    
    1A00: Mayonnaise (P)
    
    1B00: Mayonnaise (X)
    
    1C00: Milk (S)
    
    1D00: Milk (M)
    
    1E00: Milk (L)
    
    1F00: Milk (G)
    
    2000: Milk (P)
    
    2100: Milk (X)
    
    2200: Cheese (S)
    
    2300: Cheese (M)
    
    2400: Cheese (L)
    
    2500: Cheese (G)
    
    2600: Cheese (P)
    
    2700: Cheese (X)
    
    2800: Apple
    
    2900: Honey
    
    2A00: Bamboo Shoot
    
    2B00: Wild Grapes
    
    2C00: Mushroom
    
    2D00: Poisonous Mushroom
    
    2E00: Truffle
    
    2F00: Blue Grass
    
    3000: Green Grass
    
    3100: Red Grass
    
    3200: Yellow Grass
    
    3300: Orange Grass
    
    3400: Purple Grass
    
    3500: Indigo Grass
    
    3600 :Black Grass
    
    3700: White Grass
    
    3800: Queen of the Night
    
    3900: Bodigizer
    
    3A00: Bodigizer XL
    
    3B00: Turbojolt
    
    3C00: Turbojolt XL
    
    3D00: Wine
    
    3E00: Grape Juice
    
    3F00: Rice Ball
    
    4000: Bread
    
    4100: Oil
    
    4200: Flower
    
    4300: Curry Powder
    
    4400: Muffin Mix
    
    4500: Chocolate
    
    4600: Relaxation Tea Leaves
    
    4700: SUGDW Apple
    
    4800: HMSGB Apple
    
    4900: AEPFE Apple
    
    4A00: Buckwheat Flour
    
    4B00: Wild Grape Wine
    
    4C00: Salad
    
    4D00: Curry Rice
    
    4E00: Stew
    
    4F00: Miso Soup
    
    5000: Stir Fry
    
    5100: Fried Rice
    
    5200: Savory Pancake
    
    5300: Sandwich
    
    5400: Fruit Juice
    
    5500: Vegetable
    
    5600: Mixed Juice
    
    5700: Fruit Latte
    
    5800: Vegetable Latte
    
    5900: Mixed Latte
    
    5A00: Strawberry Smoothie
    
    5B00: Strawberry Jam
    
    5C00: Tomato Juice
    
    5D00: Pickled Turnip
    
    5E00: French Fries
    
    5F00: Pickles
    
    6000: Ketchup
    
    6100: Popcorn
    
    6200: Corn Flakes
    
    6300: Baked Corn
    
    6400: Pineapple Juice
    
    6500: Pumpkin Pudding
    
    6600: Pumpkin Stew
    
    6700: Happy Eggplant
    
    6800: Sweet Potatoes
    
    6900: Baked Sweet Potato
    
    6A00: Greens
    
    6B00: Scrambled Eggs
    
    6C00: Omelet
    
    6D00: Omelet Rice
    
    6E00: Boiled Egg
    
    6F00: Hot Milk
    
    7000: Butter
    
    7100: Cheese Cake
    
    7200: Cheese Fondue
    
    7300: Apple Pie
    
    7400: Apple Jam
    
    7500: Apple Souffle
    
    7600: Mushroom Rice
    
    7700: Bamboo Rice
    
    7800: Truffle Rice
    
    7900: Sushi
    
    7A00: Jam Bun
    
    7B00: Dinner Roll
    
    7C00: Raisin Bread
    
    7D00: Grape Jam
    
    7E00: Curry Bread
    
    7F00: Sashimi
    
    8000: Grilled Fish
    
    8100: Sahimi Mix
    
    8200: Pizza
    
    8300: Noodles
    
    8400: Curry Noodles
    
    8500: Tempura Noodles
    
    8600: Fried Noodles
    
    8700: Buckwheat Noodles
    
    8800: Tempura Buckwheat Noodles
    
    8900: Fried Noodles
    
    8A00: Buckwheat Chips
    
    8B00: Cookies
    
    8C00: Chocolate Cookies
    
    8D00: Tempura
    
    8E00: Ice Cream
    
    8F00: Cake
    
    9000: Chocolate Cake
    
    9100: Relaxation Tea
    
    9200: Toast
    
    9300: French Toast
    
    9400: Pudding
    
    9500: Mountain Stew
    
    9600: Moon Dumplings
    
    9700: Rice Cake
    
    9800: Roasted Rice Cake
    
    9900 : Elli Leaves
    
    A000: Small Fish
    
    A100: Medium Fish
    
    A200: Large Fish
    
    A300: Toasted Rice Ball
    
    A400: Tempura Rice
    
    A500: Egg Over Rice
    
    A600: Rice Gruel
    
    A700: Pancakes
    
    A800: Fish Sticks
    
    A900: Candied Potato
    
    AA00: Potato Pancakes
    
    0001: Moon Drop Grass
    
    0101: Pink Cat Grass
    
    0201: Blue Magic Grass
    
    0301: Red Magic Grass
    
    0401: Toy Flower
    
    0501: Wool (S)
    
    0601: Wool (M)
    
    0701: Wool (L)
    
    0801: Wool (G)
    
    0901: Wool (P)
    
    0A01: Wool (X)
    
    0B01: Yarn (S)
    
    0C01: Yarn (M)
    
    0D01: Yarn (L)
    
    0E01: Yarn (G)
    
    0F01: Yarn (P)
    
    1001: Yarn (X)
    
    1101: Junk Ore
    
    1201: Copper Ore
    
    1301: Silver Ore
    
    1401: Gold Ore
    
    1501: Mithril Ore
    
    1601: Orichalc Ore
    
    1701: Adamantite Ore
    
    1801: Moon Stone
    
    1901: Sand Rose
    
    1A01: Pink Diamond
    
    1B01: Alexandrite
    
    1C01: Mythic Stone
    
    1D01: Diamond
    
    1E01: Emerald
    
    1F01: Ruby
    
    2001: Topaz
    
    2101: Peridot
    
    2201: Fluorite
    
    2301: Agate
    
    2401: Amethyst
    
    2501: Harvest Goddess Jewel
    
    2601: Kappa Jewel
    
    2701: Jewel of Truth
    
    2C01: Bracelet
    
    2D01: Necklace
    
    2E01: Earrings
    
    2F01 : Broach
    
    3001: Weeds
    
    3101: Stones
    
    3201: Branches
    
    3301: Recipe for French Fries
    
    3401: Recipe for Ketchup
    
    3501: Ball
    
    3601: Pirate Treasure
    
    3701: Fossil of Ancient Fish
    
    3801: Empty Can
    
    3901: Boots
    
    3A01: Fish Bones
    
    3B01: Karen's Wine
    
    3C01: Popuri's Mud Ball
    
    3D01: Ann's Music Box
    
    3E01: Mary's Great Book
    
    3F01: Elli's Pressed Flower
    
    4001: Album 1
    
    4101: Album 2
    
    4201: Album 3
    
    4301: Album 4
    
    4401: Album 5
    
    4501: Album 6
    
    4601: Album 7
    
    4701: Album 8
    
    4801: Album 9
    
    4901: Album 10
    
    4F01: Band-Aid
    
    5001: Book from Harvest Goddess
    
    5101: Perfume
    
    5201: Photo
    
    5301: Plant Encyclopedia
    
    5401: Invitation
    
    5501: Dress
    
    5601: Facial Pack
    
    5701: Skin Lotion
    
    5801: Sunblock
    
    5901: Lumber
    
    5A01: Golden Lumber
    
    5B01: Animal Fodder
    
    5C01: Chicken Feed
    
    5D01: Certificate
    
    5E01: Frisbee
    
    These are not 100% good, and may result in weird things happening. Be warned.
    
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    House & Farm Modification
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Stage 1:
    
    820025D8 000F: Have The Villa, The Beach House & The Mountain Cabbin
    
    82002BC8 FF01: Have Improved Barn
    02002BCA FFFF
    
    820027CC 009A: Have Frig, Bathroom, Shelves and ALL Upgrades on house
    820027CD FF9A
    820027CF FF00
    820027D0 FFFF
    820027D1 FFFF
    
    820029E8 FFFF: Have Upgraded Chicken House
    
    Stage 2:
    
    82004E0C 000F: Have The Villa, The Beach House & The Mountain Cabbin
    
    820053FC FF01: Have Improved Barn
    020053FD FFFF
    Have Frig, Bathroom, Shelves and ALL Upgrades on house
    82005000 009A
    82005001 FF9A
    82005003 FF00
    82005004 FFFF
    82005005 FFFF
    
    8200521C FFFF: Have Chicken House Upgrade
    
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    Affection Modification
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Stage 1:
    
    320044A6 FFFF: Instant Marrage To Karen!
    
    320044D2 FFFF: Instant Marrage To Elle!
    
    32004526 FFFF: Instant Marrage To Ann!
    
    32004416 FFFF: Instant Marrage To Mary!
    
    3200435A FFFF: Instant Marrage To Popuri!
    
    820045a6 FFFF: Instant Marrage To The Harvest Goddess!
    
    820045F0 FFFF: Max Affection From The Red Harvest Sprite
    
    82004614 FFFF: Max Affection From The Orange Harvest Sprite
    
    82004638 FFFF: Max Affection From The Yellow Harvest Sprite
    
    8200465C FFFF: Max Affection From The Green Harvest Sprite
    
    82004680 FFFF: Max Affection From The Blue Harvest Sprite
    
    820046A4 FFFF: Max Affection From The Purple Harvest Sprite
    
    820046C8 FFFF: Max Affection From The Aquamarine Harvest Sprite
    
    320044A5 00FF: Red Heart For Karen
    
    320044D1 00FF: Red Heart For Elle
    
    32004525 00FF: Red Heart For Ann
    
    32004415 00FF: Red Heart For Mary
    
    32004359 00FF: Red Heart For Popuri
    
    820045A4 FFFF: Red Heart For Harvest Goddess
    
    Stage 2:
    
    32006CDA FFFF: Instant Marrage To Karen!
    
    32006D06 FFFF: Instant Marrage To Elle!
    
    32006D5A FFFF: Instant Marrage To Ann!
    
    32006C4A FFFF: Instant Marrage To Mary!
    
    32006B8E FFFF: Instant Marrage To Popuri!
    
    82006DDA FFFF: Instant Marrage To The Harvest Goddess!
    
    82006E24 FFFF: Max Affection From The Red Harvest Sprite
    
    82006E48 FFFF: Max Affection From The Orange Harvest Sprite
    
    82006E6C FFFF: Max Affection From The Yellow Harvest Sprite
    
    82006E90 FFFF: Max Affection From The Green Harvest Sprite
    
    82006EB4 FFFF: Max Affection From The Blue Harvest Sprite
    
    82006ED8 FFFF: Max Affection From The Purple Harvest Sprite
    
    82006EFC FFFF: Max Affection From The Aquamarine Harvest Sprite
    
    32006CD9 00FF: Red Heart For Karen
    
    32006D05 00FF: Red Heart For Elle
    
    32006D59 00FF: Red Heart For Ann
    
    32006C49 00FF: Red Heart For Mary
    
    32006B8D 00FF: Red Heart For Popuri
    
    82006DD8 FFFF: Red Heart For Harvest Goddess
    
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    Other Mods
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Stage 1:
    
    320025E0 yyyy: Midify Weather
    
    Stage 2:
    
    32004E14 yyyy: Midify Weather
    
    Outcomes (Modify Weather):
    
    yyyy=
    
    0000: Sunny
    
    0001: Rainy
    
    0002: Snowy
    
    0003: Stormy (Can't leave house)
    
    0004: Blizzard (Can't  leave house)
    
    Stage 1:
    
    320025EB 0078: Stop Time
    
    320025E9 00yy: Change Date
    
    Stage 2:
    
    32004E1F 0078: Stop Time
    
    32004E1D yyyy: Change Date
    
    Outcomes (Change Date):
    
    yy=
    
    00 SPRING 1
    
    01 SUMMER 1
    
    02 AUTUMN 1
    
    03 WINTER 1
    
    04 SPRING 2
    
    05 SUMMER 2
    
    06 AUTUMN 2
    
    07 WINTER 2
    
    08 SPRING 3
    
    09 SUMMER 3
    
    0A AUTUMN 3
    
    0B WINTER 3
    
    0C SPRING 4
    
    0D SUMMER 4
    
    0E AUTUMN 4
    
    0F WINTER 4
    
    10 SPRING 5
    
    11 SUMMER 5
    
    12 AUTUMN 5
    
    13 WINTER 5
    
    14 SPRING 6
    
    15 SUMMER 6
    
    16 AUTUMN 6
    
    17 WINTER 6
    
    18 SPRING 7
    
    19 SUMMER 7
    
    1A AUTUMN 7
    
    1B WINTER 7
    
    1C SPRING 8
    
    1D SUMMER 8
    
    1E AUTUMN 8
    
    1F WINTER 8
    
    20 SPRING 9
    
    21 SUMMER 9
    
    22 AUTUMN 9
    
    23 WINTER 9
    
    24 SPRING 10
    
    25 SUMMER 10
    
    26 AUTUMN 10
    
    27 WINTER 10
    
    28 SPRING 11
    
    29 SUMMER 11
    
    2A AUTUMN 11
    
    2B WINTER 11
    
    2C SPRING 12
    
    2D SUMMER 12
    
    2E AUTUMN 12
    
    2F WINTER 12
    
    30 SPRING 13
    
    31 SUMMER 13
    
    32 AUTUMN 13
    
    33 WINTER 13
    
    34 SPRING 14
    
    35 SUMMER 14
    
    36 AUTUMN 14
    
    37 WINTER 14
    
    38 SPRING 15
    
    39 SUMMER 15
    
    3A AUTUMN 15
    
    3B WINTER 15
    
    3C SPRING 16
    
    3D SUMMER 16
    
    3E AUTUMN 16
    
    3F WINTER 16
    
    40 SPRING 17
    
    41 SUMMER 17
    
    42 AUTUMN 17
    
    43 WINTER 17
    
    44 SPRING 18
    
    45 SUMMER 18
    
    46 AUTUMN 18
    
    47 WINTER 18
    
    48 SPRING 19
    
    49 SUMMER 19
    
    4A AUTUMN 19
    
    4B WINTER 19
    
    4C SPRING 20
    
    4D SUMMER 20
    
    4E AUTUMN 20
    
    4F WINTER 20
    
    50 SPRING 21
    
    51 SUMMER 21
    
    52 AUTUMN 21
    
    53 WINTER 21
    
    54 SPRING 22
    
    55 SUMMER 22
    
    56 AUTUMN 22
    
    57 WINTER 22
    
    58 SPRING 23
    
    59 SUMMER 23
    
    5A AUTUMN 23
    
    5B WINTER 23
    
    5C SPRING 24
    
    5D SUMMER 24
    
    5E AUTUMN 24
    
    5F WINTER 24
    
    60 SPRING 25
    
    61 SUMMER 25
    
    62 AUTUMN 25
    
    63 WINTER 25
    
    64 SPRING 26
    
    65 SUMMER 26
    
    66 AUTUMN 26
    
    67 WINTER 26
    
    68 SPRING 27
    
    69 SUMMER 27
    
    6A AUTUMN 27
    
    6B WINTER 27
    
    6C SPRING 28
    
    6D SUMMER 28
    
    6E AUTUMN 28
    
    6F WINTER 28
    
    70 SPRING 29
    
    71 SUMMER 29
    
    72 AUTUMN 29
    
    73 WINTER 29
    
    74 SPRING 30
    
    75 SUMMER 30
    
    76 AUTUMN 30
    
    77 WINTER 30
    
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    If you have any questions, don't contact me, I don't know!  Please contact
    VALT Jasper using the contact information given in the 'credits' section.
    
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Cheats I've found elsewhere:
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Some of them I found myself, some of them I found on weird sites on the web
    with no labeled webmaster.  If they're yours, and you can prove it, tell me.
    I'll gladly give you credit.  I still won't help you with them.  I don't like
    cheating.  I have tested them out, though, so you're good to go.  These are,
    to the best of my understanding, Stage 2 codes.
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    99,999,999 Gold - 820068B4 E0FF
                      820068B6 05F5 *Tested.  It works*
    
    Infinite Stamina - 32006A29 004B
                       32006A2A 002A *Tested.  It puts you to the first level of
                       Tiredness, and keeps you there.*
    
    Infinite Lumber - 82004E30 03E7  *Doesn't seem to work on my copy.*
    
    There's more, but I can't get any of them to work, so I won't even screw
    around like that.  Peace.
    
    
    ===============================================================================
    12.  Other Stuff
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Okay, there will be various things about HMFOMT here.
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Farm Upgrades
    You can get farm upgrades by talking to the guy that lives south of the farm.
    You'll need a LOT of money, as well as a LOT of wood.  Get chopping!
    
    Home Upgrade
    3,000 G
    200 Wood
    
    Home Upgrade 2
    10,000 G
    700 Wood
    
    Chicken Coop
    5,000 G
    420 Wood (Heh, 420)
    
    Stable
    6,800 G
    500 Wood
    
    Vacation House
    100,000,000 G
    999 Wood
    
    Bathtub
    30,000 G
    580 Wood
    
    Remodeled Window
    25,000 G
    300 Wood
    
    Remodel Doghouse
    20,000 G
    500 Wood
    
    Remodel Mailbox
    10,000 G
    200 Wood
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    Girl's Favorite Items
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Elli: Toy Flowers, Pink Cat Grass
    Ann: Spa-Boiled Eggs, almost anything else
    Karen: Popcorn, Wine
    Popuri: Flowers
    Mary: Mushrooms, Yellow/Green Grass
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    Ann
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Birthday:  Summer 17, or, if your Birthday is Summer 17, Summer 22.
    
    Most Favorite Items:  Truffle Rice, Cake, Cheese Fondu, Pancakes
    
    Favorite Items:  Cooked Eggs, Stew, Curry Rice, Strawberry Milk, Sandwich,
    Sweets, Rice Cakes, Diamonds, Pink Diamonds, Perfume.
    
    Extra Heart Points: Buy any food except water from the Inn.
    
    Black Heart Event:  Go to Doug's Inn between 10:40 AM and 1 PM, with no item in
    your hands.
    
    Purple Heart Event:  Go up to the second floor of the Inn between 10am and 1pm
    on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, or Saturday.
    
    Blue Heart Event:  Go to the Inn on Monday or Friday between noon and 7pm.
    Make sure you have an open item slot.
    
    Yellow Heart Event:  Go to the Inn on Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, or Sunday
    between 10am and 7pm.
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    Karen
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Birthday:  Fall 15, or, if your Birthday is Fall 15, Fall 23.
    
    Most Favorite Items:  Pizza, French Fries, Popcorn
    
    Favorite Items:  Cheese, Wine, Truffles, Tempura, Sashimi, Bamboo Shoots, Pink
    Diamonds, Diamonds, Perfume.
    
    Extra Heart Points:  Buy items from the Supermarket.
    
    Black Heart Event:  Head to Jeff's Store on Wednesday or Friday between 10am
    and 1pm with an open Tool Slot.
    
    Purple Heart Event:  Head to the store between 10am and 1pm.
    
    Blue Heart Event:  Go to the Grocery Store between 10am and 1pm.  Make sure
    that you have an open Item slot.
    
    Yellow Heart Event:  Go to the Grocery Store on Monday, Thursday, or Saturday
    between 10am and 1pm.
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    Elli
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Birthday:  Spring 16, or Spring 20
    
    Most Favorite Items:  Moon Dumplings, Red Magic Grass, Hot Milk
    
    Favorite Items:  Milk, Strawberries, Elli Leaves, Accessories, Pink Cat Flower,
    Toy Flower, Blue Magic Grass, Diamonds, Pink Diamonds, Strawberry Milk, Noodles
    
    Extra Heart Points:  Get Examined by Doctor
    
    Black Heart Event:  Go to Mineral Clinic on a Monday or Wednesday after 9am.
    
    Purple Heart Event:  Go to the Hospital on Thursday, Saturday, or Sunday
    between 9am and 7pm.
    
    Blue Heart Event:  On Wednesday between 9am and 1pm, go to Ellen's house, with
    an empty Item Slot.
    
    Yellow Heart Event:  Go visit Mineral Beach on Wednesday between 9am and 6pm.
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Mary
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Birthday:  Winter 20, or Winter 25 (Merry Christmas!)
    
    Most Favorite Items:  Veggie Juice, Veggie Latte, Relaxation Tea
    
    Favorite Items:  Wild Grapes, Mushrooms, Chocolate, Blue Grass, Red Grass,
    Black Grass, White Grass, Grape Juice, Diamonds, Pink Diamonds, Perfume,
    Bodigizer, Turbojolt
    
    Extra Heart Points:  Walk up to the 2nd floor of the Library.
    
    Black Heart Event:  Go to the Library between 10am and 4pm.
    
    Purple Heart Event:  Visit the Library on Thursday, Saturday, or Sunday
    between 10am and 4pm.
    
    Blue Heart Event:  Walk up to the summit of Mother's Hill on Monday between
    noon and 5pm, with an empty Item Slot.
    
    Yellow Heart Event:  Go to Basil's house on Monday between 10am and 1pm.
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    Popuri
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Birthday:  Summer 3, or Summer 10
    
    Most Favorite Items:  Omlette Rice, Omlette, Scrambled Eggs
    
    Favorite Items:  Strawberry recipes, all Eggs, Chocolate, Apple recipes, Cakes,
    Sandwiches, all accessories, Ice Cream, Diamonds
    
    Extra Heart Points:  Own 8 Chickens.
    
    Black Heart Event:  Walk from your farm towards the village between 10am and
    6pm on a Wednesday or Friday.
    
    Purple Heart Event:  When Popuri has a purple heart she will come by and visit
    your farm one moring.
    
    Blue Heart Event:  Between 10am and 1pm go to the Church.  Be sure to have an
    open Item Slot.
    
    Yellow Heart Event:  Visit the poultry farm between 10am and 1pm.
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    Marriage
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    To marry a girl, there are a few requirements:
    1.  Have the second house upgrade, and the big bed.
    2.  Have the FLOWER VASE
    3.  It's easier if you have the whole cooking set.
    4.  Buy the blue feather.
    5.  Have a girl at the red heart level.
    6.  See all of the girl's heart events.
    7.  Propose to the girl AFTER giving her her favorite item.
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Marriage to the Harvest Goddess
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    » Catch all the different species of fish, including the 6 Kings
    » Ship at least 1 of every shippable item
    » Collect all 9 of the Goddess Jewels and receive the Gem of Goddess
    » Own the Big Bed for your home
    » Dig up every type of item from the Lake Mine
    » Dig up every type of item from the Spring Mine
    » Be in your 5th year (or later) on the farm
    » Ask Carter for permission to "Marry the HG" during his Confessional
    times
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    Other People's Favorite Items
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Anna:
    Birthday:  Fall 23
    Favorite Item:  Sweet Potato, Honey, Strawberries
    
    
    Barley:
    Birthday:  Spring 17
    Favorite Items:  Scrambled Eggs, Rice, Miso Soup
    
    
    Basil:
    Birthday:  Summer 11
    Favorite Items:  Wild Grapes, Grasses, Mushrooms
    
    
    Carter:
    Birthday:  Fall 20
    Favorite Items:  Eggs, Curry Powder, Fish, Turnips
    Special:  If you are good friends with Carter, sometime late in fall, at around
    4 PM, you'll find the church empty.  You can open the backdoor to get a
    cutscene with the Priest.  After that, you can always go back there to find
    rare items.
    
    
    Doug:
    Birthday:  Winter 11
    Favorite Items: Small Fish, Honey, Apples, Eggs, Herbs from the Beach
    
    
    Duke:
    Birhtday:  Winter 15
    Favorite Items:  Eggplant, Wine, Sashimi
    
    
    Ellen:
    Birthday:  Winter 13
    Favorite Items: Milk, Carrots, Rice Cakes, Spa-Boiled Eggs
    
    **Special:  If you are good friends with Ellen, and you give her Yarn (any
    size) during Winter, she'll knit you the sock for the Sock Festival.**
    
    
    Gourmet:
    Favorite Items:  Any Food
    
    
    Gotz:
    Birthday:  Winter 2
    Favorite Items: Honey, Eggs, Apples
    
    
    Harris:
    Birthday:  Summer 4
    Favorite Items:  Small Fish, Spa-Boiled Eggs, Energy Drink
    
    
    Jeff:
    Birthday:  Winter 29
    Favorite Items:  Corn Flakes, Fruit Juice, Honey
    
    
    Kappa: Cucumbers
    
    
    Lila:
    Birthday:  Spring 19
    Favorite Items:  Milk, Tomato, Accessories
    
    
    Manna:
    Birthday:  Fall 11
    Favorite Items:  Milk, Mushrooms, Honey
    
    
    May:
    Birthday:  Winter 26
    Favorite Items:  Apples, Honey, Fruit Juice, Boots
    
    
    Saibarra:
    Birthday:  Spring 11
    Favorite Items:  Turnips, Adamantite, Miso Soup
    
    
    Stu:
    Birthday:  Winter 5
    Favorite Items:  Honey, Yarn, Chocolate
    
    
    Sprites:
    Birthdays:
    Aqua-Spring 16
    Bold-Spring 4
    Chef-Fall 14
    Hoggy-Fall 10
    Nappy-Winter 22
    Staid-Spring 15
    Timid-Summer 16
    Favorite Items:  Colored Grass, Four, Honey, Apples, Bread
    
    
    Sasha:
    Birthday:  Spring 30
    Favorite Items:  Chocolate, Accessories, Flowers
    
    
    Thomas:
    Birthday:  Summer 25
    Favorite Items:  Wine, Accessories, Soba Noodles
    
    
    Won:
    Birthday:  Winter 19
    Favorite Items:  Orihalcon, Accessories, Apples, Golden Eggs
    
    
    Zack:
    Birthday:  Summer 29
    Favorite Items:  Tomato, Cucumber, Cheese
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    Bachelor's Favorite Items
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Doctor: Milk
    Gray: Baked Corn
    Kai: All Summer Crops
    Rick: Honey
    Cliff: Scrambled Eggs
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    Jewels Of Truth
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    To obtain the Jewels of Truth, you NEED the Shelves.  After getting all nine,
    they turn into The Truth Gem.  Use this as a tool to see your Fatigue and your
    Stamina.
    1. On the top of the Dog House.
    2. The trough in the Stable.
    3. 1000 Horse Race Medals.
    4. 50,000 G in Won's shop.
    5. A lamp post between the church and the Town Square.
    6. In Mary's Library, 2nd floor, middle set of shelves, furthest to the right.
    7. Play the New Years gameshow on the tv inside of the 100,000,000 G Vacation
       House.
    8. Drops from the calendar in the Mountain Vacation House.
    9. In Thomas's refridgerator when you have the other eight.  (No, Don't use it
    to cook Sweet potatoes!  Idiot!  NOOOOO!)
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    Goddess Jewels
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    The Goddess Jewels, which are found on floors 60, 102, 123, 152, 155, 171, 190,
    202, and 222 in the Spring mine, are only useful in the full set.  When you get
    all of them, they combine to form the Goddess Gem.  The Goddess Gem recovers
    stamina when used as a tool.
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    Kappa Jewels
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    The Kappa Jewels, which are found on floors 0, 40, 60, 80, 120, 140, 160, 180,
    and 255 in the Winter Mine, are only useful in the full set.  When you get all
    of them, they combine to form the Kappa Gem.  The Kappa Gem recovers Fatigue,
    when used as a tool.
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    Power Berries
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Power Berries raise your stamina.  Find one, and you automatically eat it.
    1. Just dig around in your fields (with the Hoe).  It'll come up eventually.
    2. Throw items into the Waterfall Lake (by the hotspring) on ten different
    days.  The Harvest Goddess will award you with it.
    3. 900 Horse Racing Medals.
    4. Win the Horse Race.
    5. Win the Frisbee Tournament.
    6. Use a Mystril fishing pole on the beach during Winter.
    7. Dig in the 100th Floor of the Spring Mine.
    8. 10,000 G on the Shopping Channel.
    9. Press A behind the Winter Mine entrance.
    10. Dig around in the 19th floor of the Winter Mine.
    Also, if you throw Cucumbers into the lake on Mother Hill on ten different
    days, Kappa will give you a Blue Power Berry.
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    Glitches
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    This sectin isnt veary big ,yet, so emale me more if ewe find any.  :)
    (Sorry, I couldn't resist).
    1.  Check out the regular Fishing Pole's description!  What a trip:
        g Rod "hingRodCopper Fishin
        For Fishing
    
    2.  From Anna:
        Have you ready Basil books?
    
    3.  Have you ever caught a bottle fishing?  Here it is:
        ttle.ished a Message In a
    
    4.  Try cooking some Apple Souffle.  It doesn't know what an accented 'E' is.
    
    5.  From Elli:
        Hi, <playname>.  Talk about bad coding!
    
    6.  Look at your recipees.  What is a Dinner Role?
    
    7.  If you ship some X Wool, it looks like a red P Wool in your shipping
    screen.
    
    8.  Buy some animal feed from Barley:
        I'll put this here Chicken Feed in the Feed Bin, now.
    
    9.  From Manna (Manna, mind you, Manna):
        With Aja gone off to the city, it's awful hard for just Manna and me.
    
    10.  Press A on the SOFA in Doctor's office.  What is a Sopha?
    
    11.  Late in Autumn, if you talk to Zack when he comes to get your crops,
    he freaks out and starts talking in Japanese.  We may never know what he
    really says.
    
    11.  Talk to Carter when you're asked to find someone to help with the grape
    picking.  He talks in GERMAN!  So, they already HAVE a German version?
    
    11.  When you only use the Harvest Basket to ship your crops, Zack tells you
    that you have no items to ship.  Funny, eh?
    
    12.  In late fall, if you talk to Zack when he's picking your shipment up, he
    will speak first in Japanese, then say something in English, something I
    already forgot.  :)
    
    14.  If you go to cook something, and you use items in the FRIDGE, it reads
    FRIGE in the caption on the top of the screen.
    
    444.  The fabled 4:44 Glitch.  This is, in the US version of the game, a bad
    glitch.  If you watch TV at exactly 4:44 (use the Clock), it locks up the game,
    causing you to have to reset.  Nasty.  This was a programmed event in the
    Japanese version of the game, as the word Shi (four) also means Death in the
    Japanese language.  On a small side note, the Afikaans word for death is
    DOOD.  Yep, Dude.  Aint that a trip?
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    Recipees
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Page 1
    
    Mayonnaise (S) - Regular Quality Egg + Oil + Whisk + Vinegar
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Mayonnaise (M) - Good Quality Egg + Oil + Whisk + Vinegar
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Mayonnaise (L) - High Quality Egg + Oil + Whisk + Vinegar
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Mayonnaise (G) - Golden Egg + Oil + Whisk + Vinegar
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Mayonnaise (P) - P Egg + Oil + Whisk + Vinegar
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Mayonnaise (X) - X Egg + Oil + Vineger
                     Mayonnaise (S) + (M) + (L) + (G) + (P)
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    X Egg - Regular Quality Egg + Good + High + Golden + P
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Milk (X) - (S) + (M) + (L) + (G) + (P) Milk
    ===============================================================================
    Page 2
    
    Cheese (X) - (S) + (M) + (L) + (G) + (P) Cheese
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Wild Grape Juice - Wild Grape + Wine + Purple Grass + Pot
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Pickles - Cucumber + Salt
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Salad - Cucumber + Knife
            Carrot + Knife
            Cabbage + Knife
            Tomato+Knife
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Curry Rice - Curry Powder + Rice Balls + Pot
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Stew - Flour + Milk (S) + Pot + Salt
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Miso Soup - Miso + Pot + Salt + at least 1 item:
                (veggies, any size egg, bamboo shoot, mushroom, truffle,
                 small fish)
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Stir Fry - Cabbage + Oil + Knife + Frying Pan + Soy Sauce
    ===============================================================================
    Page 3
    
    Fried Rice - Rice balls + Oil + (any size) Egg + Frying Pan
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Savory Pancake - Cabbage + Oil + Flour + (any size) Egg + Frying Pan + Knife
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Sandwitch - Tomato + Bread + Knife
                Cucumber + Bread + Knife
                Cooked Egg + Bread + Knife
                (Fried, Scambled, Boiled)
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Fruit Juice - Apple + Mixer
                Apple + Grape Juice + Honey + Pineapple + Milk (L) + Mixer + Sugar
                  Strawberry + Mixer
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Fruit Latte - Fruit Juice + (any size) Milk + Mixer
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Veggie Juice - Cucumber + Mixer
                   Cabbage + Mixer
                   Carrot + Mixer
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Veggie Latte - Veggie Juice + (any size) Milk + Mixer
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Mixed Juice - Fruit + Veggie + Mixer
                  Fruit Juice + Veggie Juice + Mixer
    ===============================================================================
    Page 4
    
    Mixed Latte - (any size) Milk + Fruit + Veggie + Mixer
                  (any size) Milk + Mix Juice + Mixer
                  (any size) Milk + Fruit Juice + Veggie Juice + Mixer
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Pickled Turnips - Turnip + Knife + Vinegar
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    French Fries - Potato + Oil + Knife + Frying Pan
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Strawberry Jam - Strawberry + Pot + Sugar
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Strawberry Milk - Strawberry + (any size) Milk + Mixer
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Tomato Juice - Tomato + Mixer + Salt
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Ketchup - Tomato + Onion + Mixer + Sugar + Salt + Vinegar
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Popcorn - Corn + Frying Pan
    ===============================================================================
    Page 5
    
    Corn Flakes - Corn + Rolling Pin + Oven
                  Corn + Rolling Pin + Frying Pan
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Baked Corn - Corn + Oven
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Pineapple Juice - Pineapple + Mixer
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Pumpkin Pudding - (any size) Egg + (any) Milk + Pumpkin + Pot + Oven + Sugar
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Happy Eggplant - Eggplant + Frying Pan + Sugar + Soy Sauce + Miso
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Sweet Potatoes - Butter + (any size) Egg + Sweet Potato + Sugar + Pot + Oven
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Baked Sweet Potato - Sweet Potato + Oven
                         Sweet Potato + Butter + Stone + Oven + Sugar + Salt
    ===============================================================================
    Page 6
    
    Greens - Spinich + Pot + Soy Sauce
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Scrambled Eggs - (any size) Egg + Oil + Frying Pan
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Omelet - (any size) Egg + Oil + (any size) Milk + Frying Pan
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Omelet Rice - (any size) Egg + (any size) Milk + Oil + Rice Balls + Frying Pan
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Boiled Egg - (any size) Egg + Pot
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Pudding - (any size) Egg + (any size) Milk + Oven + Pot + Sugar
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Hot Milk - (any size) Milk + Pot + Sugar
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Butter - (any size) Milk + Mixer
    ===============================================================================
    Page 7
    
    Cheese Cake - Cheese + (any) Egg + (any) Milk + Pot + Whisk + Oven + Sugar
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Cheese Fondue - (any size) Cheese + Bread + Pot
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Apple Pie -
            Apple + Egg + Butter + Flour + Knife + Pot + Rolling Pin + Oven + Sugar
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Apple Jam - Apple + Pot + Sugar
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Apple Souffl? - Apple + Frying Pan
       SUGDW Apple + Frying Pan
       HMSGB Apple + Frying Pan
       AEPFE Apple + Frying Pan
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Bamboo Rice Bamboo Shoot + rice balls
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Grape Jam + Wild Grape + Pot + Sugar
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Grape Juice -
     Wild Grapes + Honey + Mixer (sugar, salt)
     Wild Grapes + Mixer (sugar, salt)
    ===============================================================================
    Page 8
    
    Mushroom Rice - Mushroom + Rice Balls
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Truffle Rice - Truffle + Rice Balls
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Sushi - Sashimi + Rice Balls + Vinegar
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Jam Bun - Apple Jam + Bread
              Strawberry Jam + Bread
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Dinner Roll - Bread + Butter
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Raisin Bread - Bread + Wild Grapes
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Curry Bread - Bread + Oil + Curry Powder + Frying Pan
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Toast - Bread + Oven
    ===============================================================================
    Page 9
    
    French Toast - Bread + (any size) Egg + Oil + Frying Pan + Sugar
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Sashimi - Large or Medium Fish + Knife
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Grilled Fish - Medium Fish + Oil + Frying Pan + Salt + Soy Sauce
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Chirashi Sushi - Scrambled Eggs + Sashimi + Rice Balls + Knife + Vinegar
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Pizza - (any size) Cheese + Flour + Ketchup + Rolling Pin + Oven
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Noodles - Flour + Pot + Rolling Pin + Knife
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Curry Noodles - Noodles + Curry Powder + Pot
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Tempura Noodles - Tempura + Noodles + Pot
                      Flour + Tempura + Rolling Pin + Pot + Knife
    ===============================================================================
    Page 10
    
    Fried Noodles - Noodles + Oil + (any size) Egg + Frying Pan
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Buckwheat Noodles - Buckwheat Flour + Knife + Pot + Rolling Pin
                        (onion, eggs, bamboo shoots, fish)
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Noodles w/ Tempura - Tempura + Buckwheat Noodles + Pot
                         Buckwheat Flour + Tempura + Rolling Pin + Pot + Knife
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Fried Noodles -
            Buckwheat Noodles + Egg + Oil + Frying Pan + Salt + Vinegar + Soy Sauce
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Buckwheat Chips - Buckwheat Noodles + Rolling Pin + Pot
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Tempura - Flour + Egg + Oil + Frying Pan (veggies, mushrooms, soy sauce)
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Mountain Stew -
                Carrot + Mushroom + Bamboo Shoots + Knife + Pot + Sugar + Soy Sauce
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Moon Dumpling - Muffin Mix + Sugar
    ===============================================================================
    Page 11
    
    Roasted Rice - Cake Rice Cake + Oven + Soy Sauce
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Toasted Rice Balls - Rice Balls + Oven + Soy Sauce
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Rice Gruel - Rice Balls + Pot + Salt
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Tempura Rice - Rice Balls + Tempura + Salt
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Egg Over Rice - Egg + Rice Balls + Pot + Salt + Soy Sauce
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Candied Potato - Sweet Potato + Honey + Sugar + Pot
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Potato Pancakes -
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Potato + Onion + (any size) Egg + Oil + Flour + Knife + Frying Pan + Salt
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Fish Sticks - Medium Fish + Mixer + Salt
    ===============================================================================
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    Cookies - Flour + (any size) Egg + Butter + Rolling Pin + Oven + Sugar (honey)
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Chocolate Cookies -
            Flour + Egg + Chocolates + Butter + Rolling Pin + Oven + Sugar (honey)
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Ice Cream - Milk + Egg + Whisk + Pot + Sugar
                (apple, honey, pineapple, wild grapes, strawberry)
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Cake - Butter + Flour + Egg + Sugar + Whisk + Oven
           (apple, pineapple, wild grapes, strawberry, honey, knife)
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Chocolate Cake - Chocolates + Butter + Flour + Egg + Sugar + Whisk + Oven
                     (apple, pineapple, wild grapes, strawberry, honey, knife)
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Pancakes -
    Flour + Oil + Butter + Egg + Milk + Honey + Sugar + Whisk + Frying Pan
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Relaxation Tea - Relax Tea Leaves + Pot
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    SUGDW Apple - Apple + HMSGB Apple + AEPFE Apple
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    HMSGB Apple - Apple + SUGDW Apple + AEPFE Apple
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    AEPFE Apple - Apple + HMSGB Apple + SUGDW Apple
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Bodigizer - Honey + Orange Grass + Black Grass + Red Magic Grass + Pot
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Bodigizer XL - Bodigizer + Blue Grass + Mixer
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Turbojolt - Honey + Orange Grass + White Grass + Red Magicred Flower + Pot
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Turbojolt XL - Turbojolt + Green Grass + Mixer
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Relax Tea Leaves -
    Red Grass + Orange Grass + Yellow Grass + Green Grass + Purple Grass +
    Blue Grass + Indigo Grass + Weed + Knife + Frying Pan
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Elli Leaves -
    6 types of burnt food + Bodigizer XL + Turbojolt XL + Knife + Frying Pan +
    Oven + Pot + Sugar + Salt + Vinegar + Soy Sauce + Miso
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    Spring Sun -
    Blue Magic Grass + Red Magic Grass + Moondrop Flower + Pinkcat Flower +
    Toy Flower
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Summer Sun - Small Fish + Medium Fish + Large Fish + Fossil of Ancient Fish +
    Pirate Treasure
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Autumn Sun - Cheese (X) + Mayonaise (X) + X Egg + Milk (X) + Wool (X) +
    Yarn (X)
    ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
    Winter Sun - Alexandrite + Diamond + Emerald + Moonstone + Pink Diamond +
    Mythic Stone + Sand Rose
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    MORE COMING SOON
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    13.  FAQs
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    Q.  DUUUDE!  TOTALI SEN ME DA ROM!
    A.  I don't have the ROM.  I don't do ROMS.  Got it?
    
    Q.  Where do I get the fishing rod?
    A.  In Won's store
    
    Q.  How do I buy Golden Logs?
    A.  Have 999 Lumber
    
    Q.  Can You answer a question?
    A.  Ask it, and, yes, I can
    
    Q.  How do I get a hold of you?
    A.  Email or AIM.  They're at the top of the guide, or I'll tell you a little
        later.
    
    Q.  When was this game released in North America?
    A.  Damned if I know.  I got it on November 13, 2003.  The date varied.  Bad.
    
    Q.  How do I make a fence?
    A.  For a wood fence, just go the the little building next to your horse stable
        and press A to grab a log (you have to cut some wood first).  After that,
        just place it the way you want it in your field.  For a stone fence, grab
        the small round rocks around the farm and use them like the wood.  After
        a few days, the wood will rot, but will not lose its effectiveness.
    
    Q.  Where are the Harvest Sprites?
    A.  To the right of the Church is a path.  Follow it.
    
    Q.  Where do I get the horse?
    A.  After making friends with Barley, he gives it to you.  You don't even have
        to be friends, you just have to introduce yourself.  Get out and MEET THE
        PEOPLE, all you people who can't find it!
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    14.  Credits
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Okay, here we go
    
    Natsume- For making a great game series.  BUT, you should release when you say.
    
    ME- For not letting myself slack off on the creation of this guide.
    
    Mad Monarch Gyl- I got some of the pricing information for the crops off of
    your guide Monarch.  Email me if that isn't okay, okay?
    
    Gamefaqs- For posting my guide.  You're 'da bomb!'
    
    soursurfer2000 (AIM)- Gave me some info on the Orichalc, and some other misc
    info.  Thanks again!
    
    Chainchump8- Gave me more info on the Sage, Goddess, Orichalc, and Admantite.
    Thanks, Chain!
    
    SsSoLiDsSsNaKeXx- Being the first person to contact me about one of my guides.
    You didn't expect to get in here, did you?  Thanks!
    
    Vestrajan17- Hanging in there, and some info on Popuri.
    
    A bunch of people that I said I'd give credit to, but Yahoo DELETED my emails-
    Dudes, tell me your names again!  I forgot!  I'm SO SO SO SO SORRY!
    
    VALT Jasper- Letting me use his Codebreaker codes.  Thanks a bunch, man!
    VALT Jasper can be contacted at:
    
    If you have a question or a comment that you would like to present to me please
    email me at valt_jasper@earthlink.net. Your email will most likely be replied
    to in about 2 days. If it is not replied to please be patient, it will be.
    Before emailing me, however, please make sure you do the following:
    
    1: Read the FAQ section. Make sure that your question is not answered there.
    2: Read section B. Many things are explained there.
    3: If you are having trouble with a code read over the entire chapter that the
    code is in.
    4: If you still don't have an answer then you can email me.
    
    PLEASE NOTE: Spellcheck your emails. Don't use things like "r" for "are"
    and
    "u" for "you". This is concidered chatroom slang. Emails contaning
    bad grammer,
    continuously misspelled words and chatroom slang will most likely NOT be
    answered.
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    15.  Who IS this guy?
    
    Heh.  Like you really want to know.  I'm JJ.  I'm old enough to be not young,
    but young enough to be not old.  I'm crazy.  I am CEO of Alliance Corporation,
    which owns Spiffy Computer Repair, Karma Motors, Gavin Wood Co, and Cirix, the
    people who published this guide.  Yeah, sounded all fancy, huh?  Alliance has,
    like, four employees.  Most of the branches only involve me.  Groovy, huh?
    There's also this loadie guy named Sam who pops in every so often to help with
    Cirix.  Finally, there's a few associates around the world who helped Karma
    become a reality.  I can be reached a few ways.
    
    Email:  teepojaya@earthlink.net
    or
    Email:  vivi0032000@yahoo.com
    or
    AIM:  barryclipsnbravo
    or
    GFAQS boards, under the name Gavin Wood
    
    Please note:  I have been getting some ridiculous emails lately.  If you need
    my help, make sure that what you are looking for isn't in the guide.  I wont
    answer you if it is.  I'm getting tired of it.  Also, if you don't put a
    subject in your email, I won't answer it anymore.  I've been taking way too
    much of a risk with that.  IF you use that slang, such as U for YOU, UR for
    YOU'RE, R for ARE, or you use Leetspeak (Isn't that the old road game of trying
    to figure out what liscence plates say?  IT IS!), I wont answer you.  I'll more
    than likely give you a link to some horrible websites that involve nude ducks.
    if that turns you on, I'll figure out something else.  SICKO!
    And, if you are going to be a jerk and try dissing on me in my guestbook on my
    website, be confident enough to put your email address too.  Just so you know.
    
    Peace out, don't doubt