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                         Harvest Moon: Save the Homeland
                                  Shop Guide
                                By AdrenalineSL
                    E-mail me: toiletrabbit(at)hotmail(dot)com
                      Version 1.1: Released August 26, 2002
                               

This little document you're reading now is a FAQ that lists all the shops and
what they buy/sell. Since the world of Harvest Moon isn't very big, there are
only a few shops. It's a small community with very friendly people, although 
most of them seem to become annoyed when they are given more than one gift a 
day. Anyway, shopping in Harvest Moon is a bit different. You'd think that if
you talk to the shopkeeper, you'd be given a menu that allows you to choose 
what to buy or sell. It's not that way in Harvest Moon. Oh, no. This game 
calls attention to the fact that shopkeepers are unnecessary, since a slip of
paper next to the cash register "provides" the goods the store contains. Odd,
yet convenient.

Each store gives you two options: to buy or to  sell. Clove's Villa, however,
is the only exception. You can only sell things there. BUY lists what you
could buy from the store; SELL lists what the store could buy from you. Get 
it? It's not complicated. Don't worry. Just let it sink into your head. I 
promise the text won't run away by the time you return. Following the shop 
list is a small guide that will tell you how to procure certain types of food
and items to sell to the shops.

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Ronald's Supermarket
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Open: 8AM - 6PM
Closed on Sundays

BUY

Rice Ball           200G
Sandwich            250G
Soft Bread          150G
Honey               200G
Cheese              500G
Milk S              150G
Egg                  50G

SELL 

Potato               60G
Tomato               80G
Corn                120G
Breadfruit          100G
Very Berry           10G
Cranberry            20G
Blueberry            30G
Cheese              500G
Yogurt              350G


Carpenter's House
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Open: Early - 5PM
Closed on Tuesdays & Thursdays

BUY

Kitchen          10,000G
Dog House         5,000G

SELL

Blue Rock            90G
Rare Metal          180G
Copper Ore           40G
Iron Ore             60G
Limestone            40G


Sunny Garden Café
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Open: 12PM - 5PM
Closed on Mondays 

BUY

Tea                 150G
Herb Tea            200G
Milk Tea            200G
Cookies             250G
Muffin              250G
Cake                300G
Cheesecake          350G
Pancake             300G

SELL

Herb                 10G
Breadfruit          100G
Egg                  50G
Milk S              150G
Milk M              200G
Milk L              300G
Milk G              400G
Cheese              500G
Yogurt              350G
Very Berry Jam       80G
Cranberry Jam       100G
Blueberry Jam       150G
Mixed Berry Jam      80G


Moon Garden Bar 
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(Same building as Sunny Garden)

Open: 6PM - 12AM
Closed on Mondays

BUY

Nut Wine            200G
Wheat Wine          250G
Water                50G
Milk                150G
Herb Wine           350G
Fish Meal           500G
Sautéed Mushrooms   400G
Tomato Salad        400G
A. Cheese           500G
French Fries        400G

SELL

Very Berry           10G
Cranberry            20G
Blueberry            30G
Walnut               20G
Mushroom             20G
Medium Fish          80G
Large Fish          120G
Cheese              500G
Potato               60G
Tomato               80G
Corn                120G


Lyla's Flower Shop
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Open: 9AM - 5PM
Closed on Sundays

BUY

Potato Seeds         20G
Tomato Seeds         30G
Corn Seeds           30G
Breadfruit Seeds     40G

SELL

Potato               60G
Tomato               80G
Corn                120G
Moondrop Flower      10G
Cat-Mint Flower      20G
Herb                 10G
Limestone            40G


Louis's Tool Shop
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Open: 10AM - 6PM
Closed on Wednesdays & Saturdays

BUY

Brush               300G
Milker             1800G
AP Medicine        1000G
Super Sickle       4500G

SELL

Moon Stone          100G
Rare Metal          180G
Iron Ore             60G
Copper Ore           40G
Pontata Root         80G
Medicinal Herb       30G
Milk S              150G
Milk M              200G
Milk L              300G
Milk G              400G


Farmer's Shop
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Open: 8AM - 5PM
Closed on Thursdays

BUY

Fodder               30G
Chicken Feed         10G
C.M. Potion       2,000G
Animal Medicine     500G
Cow               2,500G*
Chicken             500G
 
SELL

Cow               3,000G
Chicken             300G


Clove's Villa
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Open: 8AM - 6PM
Closed on Sundays

SELL

Egg                  50G
Milk S              150G
Milk M              200G
Milk L              300G
Milk G              400G
Potato               60G
Tomato               80G
Corn                120G
Breadfruit          100G
Cheese              500G
Yogurt              350G
Medium Fish          80G
Large Fish          120G
Herb                 10G


[*] If you have a particularly healthy and happy cow, you may get more money
for it.


 Mini Food/Item Guide
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Before you can do anything related to cooking, you must first have a kitchen.
It's quite expensive. You can slowly save up the money by selling eggs, milk,
corn and tomatoes. You can also raise your own chickens and sell them to Bob
at the Farmer's Shop. Raising a chicken is simple. All you have to do is get 
an egg and place it in the incubator. After about two or three game days, the
egg will hatch into a chick. A few more days of special care will make the 
chick grow big and strong. Foraging for wild fruits and stuff can also help. 
Anyway, once you have the kitchen, you'll be needing only the POT to concoct
these tasty delicacies.

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| Confitures |
 ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯
(French for jam :))

Food               |  Ingredients
-------------------+-----------------------------
Cranberry Jam      |  Cranberry x3
Blueberry Jam      |  Blueberry x3
Very Berry Jam     |  Very Berry x3
Mixed Berry Jam    |  Blueberry, Very Berry
                   |  Blueberry, Cranberry
                   |  Cranberry, Very Berry         
 ________________
| Dairy Products |
 ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯          
Milk comes from cows. Wow, that was a no-brainer. You can buy a cow from Bob 
at the Farmer's Shop. The price is fairly reasonable, considering the amount 
of money you can make once it starts to work its magical tits. Once you buy 
one, a calf will be sent to your farm. You will have to nurture it for a few 
days (six days, I believe) before it matures into a fine cow. Cows won't give
up their milk unless they're happy, so you need to take good care of your
cows and not forsake them. You'll need a brush and a milker, the proper tools
for raising a cow. Brush and milk them everyday to slowly gain their 
affection. As the game progresses and you treat them right, the milk load 
will increase. Happy cows come from your farm!

Food               |  Ingredients
-------------------+-----------------------------
Yogurt             |  Milk M 
Cheese             |  Milk L
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| Fish |
 ¯¯¯¯¯¯
The only way to get fish is to uh, fish? Yeah, that's it! But first, you need
a fishing rod. You can get one by befriending Joe and bothering him while he 
fishes near the Café & Bar during his break time. Eventually, he'll give you 
an old fishing rod, with which you can use to catch fish at Walnut Lake. The
fish bite the best during the early morning or on rainy days. To eventually 
get better fishing rods, follow the event: A Fishy Story. 
 _______________
| Stones & Ores |
 ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯
You get these by tilling the soil during  the night (it works during the day, 
too). This is completely random. If you strike something, you'll hear a loud 
"bing" sound. Sometimes you might find 10G. It's amazing to discover what 
lies underneath all that soil. 
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| Other |
 ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯
Certain types of food are seasonal. As the different seasons roll in, you'll 
encounter different foods growing in the wild. Here is the list of the types
of food you can pick during the spring, summer, autumn and winter.

Spring
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Very Berry
Herb
Medicinal Herb
Blueberry

Summer
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Very Berry
Herb
Medicinal Herb
Cranberry
Blueberry
Walnut

Fall
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Herb
Medicinal Herb
Mushroom
Walnut
Cranberry
Full Moon Berry (hidden behind the café)

Winter
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Herb
Medicinal Herb
Mushroom

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Special thanks to Amanda Thurston for correcting an error regarding Clove's 
Villa.


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Thanks for reading!

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                                MUCHAS GRACIAS!!!
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                   Harvest Moon: Save the Homeland Shop Guide
                          Copyright 2002 Stephanie Lee
                                  August 2002