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        I.  INTRODUCTION
       II.  WALKTHROUGH (Sort of)
      III.  MARRIAGE
             A.  Dating
             B.  Presents
             C.  Blue Feather
       IV.  MAKING MONEY
             A.  Cows
             B.  Chickens
             C.  Crops
             D.  The Back Hill
        V.  FAQ
       VI.  APPENDIX
             A.  Festivals
             B.  Crops
             C.  Selling Prices
    
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       Harvest Moon can best be described as a unique cross between a role
     playing game (RPG) and a simulation.  Here's the story:  Your parents
     have just gone away and you have a total of two and a half years to
     turn their old, decrepit ranch around.  Seems simple, right?  Wrong.
     Just about every game day you're busy running back and forth doing
     stuff.  There's almost not enough time to sleep each night.
    
       Each year has four seasons (duh) and each season lasts 30 days.
     There's no months in Harvest Moon.  Each year is only made up of 120
     days.  That gives you 300 game days total.  Every 15 seconds that you
     play the game, approximately an hour of game time passes.  That means
     that you have about two minutes and 45 seconds of daytime each game
     day.  After the sun sets, however, you can keep working as long as
     you want (the day is only over when you go to bed).  But there's a
     few problems with working late into the night.  First of all, you
     can't harvest any of your crops at night because the shipper comes at
     about 5:00 p.m., and anything put in the collection bin after then is
     sure to rot overnight.  Secondly, you're going to have to make trips
     to the hot spring to refresh yourself constantly.  If not, you won't
     be able to do anything except pick things up.  Lastly, if you're
     married, working late into the night is sure to cause problems for
     the marriage.
    
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       First of all, you're going to type in your name when the shipper
     asks you.  Next, he'll take you into town.  Talk to everyone you see
     (Press A to talk).  Go into all of the houses and speak to the people
     there.  Make SURE to talk (behind the counter) to the lady in the
     Flower Shop (you'll get a watering can) and to the Livestock Dealer
     (you'll get some grass).  You start out with 300G.  The book in the
     church will tell you when all of the holidays are, so just look in
     there if you forget.  The book in the Fortune Teller's place gives
     some tips on marriage and dating.  Once you're done looking around
     town and talking to everyone, find the shipper and talk to him to
     go back to the ranch.  You'll automatically go to bed.
    
     ***** Hint:  Run everywhere (hold the B button down).  You'll save
     tons of time by doing this.  Only walk when you need to get into a
     small opening or something.
    
     ***** Hint:  Watch TV before you go to bed every night.  You'll see
     what the weather is going to be like the next day.  If it's going to
     rain or there's any kind of bad weather, put your animals inside.
    
       On the second day, you'll meet up with a puppy when you walk out of
     the house.  This is Ellen's dog, but she can't keep it.  Name it and
     it's yours.  You never need to feed it.  Just leave it somewhere (out
     or in, your choice) and don't worry about it.  The L button on top of
     the controller will whistle for the dog.  Now you're going to have to
     do some work.  Run out of your farm (towards town) and go up the back
     hill.  Find a wild grape, and press the A button.  Choose "Don't eat"
     when it asks you (eating it will refill some of your stamina, which
     is just about full right now).  Now, run back to your ranch and throw
     the fruit in your produce bin (that small thing that looks like a dog
     house directly below your own house).  If it's still light outside,
     run up and get another one.  These fruits will get you 150G apiece
     (money to buy crops tomorrow).  The shipper will take the fruits and
     you'll find the money in your pocket the next day.  You can't ship
     flowers (cave herbs aren't flowers, by the way), cake, animals,
     weeds, or stuff like that.
    
     ***** Hint:  Never let a day go by without making money.  Run up the
     back hill and pick some fruits if you have no crops to harvest for
     that day.  This is very important to remember.
    
       Now, pull all of the weeds (the green bushes) inside your fence and
     throw them anywhere (they'll vanish when they hit the ground).  Once
     that's done, go to your tool shed and get the hammer (A to pick it
     up), then switch (X button), and pick up the axe.  Now you can use
     the tool with the Y button, or switch tools with the X button.  Go
     outside and chop all the stumps that are inside your fence (the wood
     is automatically stacked in the wood shed).  After the stumps, pound
     the big rocks inside your fence.  One thing to remember about big
     rocks and stumps is that it takes six solid hits to break them up and
     if you move during those six hits, you'll have to start the six hits
     all over again.  The small rocks can also be pounded (just one hit),
     but this wastes your stamina.  Just throw them in the nearest pond
     (picking up and throwing stuff doesn't eat up any stamina at all).
     By the way, one stump gets you six pieces of wood in your shed.  But
     you'll take out two pieces from your shed for each piece of fence.
    
     ***** Hint:  Read the book in the upper-right corner of your tool
     shed to learn some valuable info on tools.
    
       What you'll need to do next is to get your hoe and make areas to
     plant the crops you'll buy tomorrow.
    
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       There are many shapes that you can make to plant your crops in.
     Figure 1., the square, is not a very good choice.  When your crops
     begin growing, you won't be able to access the middle plant.  Not too
     good.  Figure 2. (the C) is a better choice, but you'll end up
     sacrificing two of your possible nine plants.  Figure 3., the fat C,
     is a very good choice for your ranch at the beginning of the game.
     The shape allows you to water eight plants.  You're only giving up
     one of your possible nine this time.  Figure 4. shows that you'll
     need a walking space around each square, so plan your ranch
     accordingly.
    
       You should make about three or four fat C areas for now.  Make sure
     that they're all inside of your fence, or wild dogs will end up
     eating them (your dog will let out a "yip-yip" if one comes inside
     your fence during the night).  Do as much work as you can to fix up
     your ranch tonight, and take a trip to the spa (up on the back hill
     in the very upper-right corner).  Jump in and out about five times to
     completely restore your stamina.  By now, you're probably not even
     hearing any music.  It stops at 6:00 p.m.  When you're married, you
     should be in the house before the music stops every night.  But since
     you're single right now, work as late as you want.  Remember, the day
     doesn't end until you go to sleep at night.  Read the diary by the
     bed to go to sleep.
    
       Once you go to sleep, the game will ask if you want to write in
     your diary before you go to bed or not.  Saying yes will save your
     game, saying no will give you another menu.  You'll be able to
     continue without saving or just forget going to bed at all in the
     second menu.
    
       When you wake up (it should be the 3rd of Spring), you'll need to
     go into town and buy some crops to plant.
    
       After purchasing as many potatoes as you can (the brown bag), go to
     your shed, where all the things that people give you will go, and get
     the crops you just purchased.  Make sure you're PERFECTLY in the
     middle of a "fat C" square of plowed field before you use the bag.
    
       Now you should just keep on buying potatoes (more and more) until
     you have about 10 "fat C" squares full.  Keep them full and start to
     save money.  When you have a little more than a thousand dollars, buy
     a chicken (and don't buy any more).  If the Livestock Dealer says no
     when you try to buy the chicken, plant some more grass (in the shape
     of Figure 1.).  Put it up in the upper right corner of your ranch.
     Not WAY up there, but far enough away so it doesn't interfere with
     your field of crops.  It should be inside the fence, so chop some
     wood and make your fence bigger if you need to.  Once you have a
     chicken, put it in the chicken coop (the building in your ranch
     that's farthest to the right and right above your toolshed).  Feed it
     and wait for it's egg the next day.
    
     ***** Hint:  It's good practice to feed your animals (cows and
     chickens) every day before you do anything else.  It'll save you some
     time in the long run.
    
       When you have the egg, CAREFULLY place it in the box in the bottom-
     right corner of the chicken coop.  It should hatch in about a week or
     so.  The egg doesn't need any extra food, and neither does the chick.
     The full-grown chicken DOES need food to produce eggs, however.  Stop
     producing chickens when you have about 5 or so unless you have plenty
     of fodder to feed them.  You should pick out a girlfriend about now
     and start giving her presents (fruit or herbs on the back hill makes
     a good gift).  Give her something every couple days or so.
    
       Just keep on making money on your potatoes, and if you need a fast-
     growing crop becuase you're nearing the end of the season, get some
     radishes.  In Summer, buy a bunch of corn and save any leftover crops
     (radishes or potatoes) for next Spring.  The corn will keep on going
     if you water it, so you'll save some money because you won't have to
     keep on buying it.  Your next goal is to save up 5,000G to buy a cow.
     Once you get a cow, buy the brush.  Talk to, brush and feed your cow
     EVERY day.  Once it gets big, buy the milker and milk it everyday in
     addition to talking to it, brushing it, and feeding it.  It's a good
     thing that time doesn't pass while you're tending your cows, because
     a good portion of your day you're going to be in there.
    
       Keep buying cows as you get money.  Remember that you'll need to
     have more grass planted for about every cow you buy.  When Winter
     comes along, make sure to have your silo just about full (999) of
     fodder.  If it's not, buy the bags of cow or chicken feed from the
     Livestock Dealer.  It's not as good as regular feed, but it'll do.
     Also, in Fall and Winter when you can't grow crops, you should be
     making about three trips a day to the back hill to pick stuff.
    
       I'll put more in this section later if you guys really want.
     Email me and let me know if I should or not.  If you're stuck at a
     point or you're not making money or something, re-read over this
     whole FAQ or watch the "How to Play" demo on Harvest Moon (it really
     helps).
    
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       First of all, you're going to have to pick someone to start dating.
     Here's a list of all the eligible women:
    
     MARIA can be found at her house (the Mayor's) or in the church most
     of the time.
    
     NINA works at the Flower Shop.  Don't pick any flowers for her, buy
     them.  She doesn't like people who pick flowers.
    
     ANNE is usually in the Hardware Store, busy tinkering with something.
     She always says she'll invent something someday.
    
     ERIN is the Livestock Dealer's daughter.  She's the one who drops off
     the dog at your ranch.
    
     EVE makes a really strong berry juice.  She works every night except
     Sunday at the Inn.
    
       Now that you've got a list, make your choice wisely.  Most people
     will choose Eve because she works late at night, which is very
     convenient when you're really busy during the day (which you usually
     are).
    
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       Make sure that you listen to what the girl says before you start
     buying presents.  They all have different tastes.  Once you've found
     out all the things she likes, make it a point to stop by and give her
     a present just about every day or two.  After giving her the present,
     talk with her for a little while.  Sooner or later, she'll say a few
     things hinting about marriage.  When you think you're ready, buy the
     Blue Feather from the man who sells things on weekends in the Market.
    
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       Once you hand your wife-to-be the Blue Feather, she'll say yes if
     you have purchased the Super Deluxe Log House and if she really wants
     to be married.  Try to bring her a present and be in the house before
     dark every day when you're both living together.  You may even have
     children if everything works out between the two of you.
    
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       Your Cattle Barn should be your first stop in the morning.  A handy
     thing to do is to have the Brush and Milker in your hands before you
     go to bed every night.  That way, you won't waste valuable time
     running to the Tool Shed in the morning.  Once you're in here, brush,
     milk, talk to, and feed every one of your cows.  This procedure can
     be really time consuming with a full herd of cows.  Luckily, time
     does not pass when you're inside a building.  It does, however, pass
     outside and in caves.  If you have a full barn of content cows, you
     can make about 4,200 gold pieces a day.  So make sure you spend time
     with them.  Once you're done with your cows, move on to your
     chickens.
    
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       Your chicken coop makes the least money out of all the aspects of
     your ranch.  The most you can make in one day from their eggs is a
     measly 600 gold pieces.  However, selling a chicken gets you 500 gold
     pieces.  This will reduce the amount you make from eggs, however.
     After collecting all their eggs (and placing one in the incubator if
     you need to), it shouldn't be past 6:00 a.m.  Now it's time to pick
     your crops.
    
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       Picking the crops is the most time consuming process of the day.
     Pick as much as you can, as fast as you can, as accurately as you
     can.  It might take a little practice before you don't ruin any of
     your vegetables while running and picking.  When the Shipper arrives
     at 5:00 p.m., you're done for the day.  Now water anything that needs
     it (remember that you don't need to water the grass) and plant any
     seeds that need to be planted.  If you run out of stamina, make a
     trip to the Hot Springs in the upper right corner of the Back Hill.
     For maximum effect, go in and out of the spring about five times.
    
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       If you don't have any crops to harvest (in Fall or Winter), make a
     few trips to the Back Hill after you feed your animals.  You won't
     make much money doing this, but at least it's something.  Don't let a
     day go by without making money.
    
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     Q.  How come I can't buy chickens or cows?
    
     A.  You don't have enough grass growing.  Buy some grass seeds (the
     green bag) at the Flower Shop and plant them in your field.  Now go
     talk to the Livestock Dealer again.  Plant more grass if necessary.
    
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     Q.  How do I propose marriage?
    
     A.  First of all, you need to get a girl to really like you.  Check
     her diary (the book in the back of her house or where she works all
     the time) to find out how many hearts you have.  When you have about
     six or more hearts, you'll probably be able to marry her.  She'll
     also hint around marriage when she's ready.  On Saturday or Sunday,
     drop by the Market and buy the Blue Feather for 2,000 GP.  Put it in
     your hand and give it to her when you're ready.  You should be
     married within a week if she really likes you.
    
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     Q.  Where's that Moon Flower?
    
     A.  This very rare flower grows only once a year.  Search the very
     top of the Back Hill between the 10th and the 12th of Fall.
    
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     Q.  What's the secret to winning the prize at the Egg Festival?
    
     A.  Try again and again.  If you mess up, just reset and continue
     your game from the day before.  After a few trys, you'll be sure to
     win the prize.
    
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     Q.  How do I get through Winter?
    
     A.  Make sure to have your Silo stocked with as much fodder as you
     can (999 max).  Remember, each cow and chicken consume one piece of
     fodder each.  Just add up your cows and chickens and multiply the
     number by 30 to find out how much fodder you'll need for the Winter.
     If you're running low, you can either sell some animals (preferably
     chickens) or even buy the packages of food from the Livestock Dealer.
     He says though, that it's not as good as real fodder.  The packages
     work just like farm tools (pick them up and switch to it to use), but
     they only last a certain amount of uses.  Make sure that you're also
     throwing the cave herbs (the only thing that grows year-round) in
     your produce bin every day for added cash.
    
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     Q.  How do I get the Watch?
    
     A.  All you need to do is upgrade your house once (to the Super Log
     House) before the end of the first Summer.  It will cost you 5,000 GP
     and 250 pieces of wood.  You can chop all the wood in one night if
     you need to.  Go in and out of the Hot Springs about 5 times to fill
     your Stamina up completely, and keep on chopping.
    
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     FLOWER FESTIVAL     23rd of Spring
       The Flower Festival is the first festival you'll attend.  It's also
     the only festival that takes place while crops are growing.  You
     don't need to bring anything when you come.  Make sure you feed your
     animals and harvest any crops you want to sell that day before you go
     to the festival (as with most of the others).
    
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     HARVEST FESTIVAL    12th of Fall
       Now you're going to have to bring something to the Harvest Festival
     to go in your soup.  If you can't find anything else, make a quick
     trip to the Back Hill for a mushroom.
    
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     THE EGG HUNT        20th of Fall
       At the Egg Hunt, there is actually an egg hunt.  Someone will hold
     up a colored egg in the middle of town, then you have to run around,
     opening chests and searching for the correctly colored egg.  When you
     find the right color, run back to the man and give the egg to him.
     He'll award you a point.  After a few times, he'll announce the
     winner of the contest.  If you happen to win, you'll acquire a small
     charm that is supposed to protect against disasters.
    
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     THANKSGIVING        10th of Winter
       If you have enough hearts in a girl's diary when Thanksgiving comes
     around, they're sure to bake you a cake.  Other than that, nothing
     much happens during this festival.
    
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     STAR FESTIVAL       24th of Winter
       Make sure you find out where your girlfriend is going to be during
     the Star Festival the day before.  You'll have quite a few places to
     choose from when you wake up in the morning.
    
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     NEW YEAR            1st of Spring
       At the New Year's Festival, everyone meets at the top of the Back
     Hill to watch the first sunrise of the year.
    
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     :  Crops
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       Here's a price comparison table for you.  As you can see, potatoes
     will make you the most money in the Spring, and corn will make you
     the most money in the Summer.  But if you're just going for some fast
     money at the end of the season, it's better to buy the radishes or
     tomatoes because they'll grow faster.
    
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     : VEGETABLE             : RADISHES : POTATOES : TOMATOES :   CORN   :
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     : TIME TO HARVEST       :   4 days :   6 days : 10 days* : 13 days* :
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     : HARVESTS PER SEASON   :        7 :        5 :        7 :        6 :
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     : AMOUNT FROM 8 SQUARES :   480 GP :   640 GP :   800 GP :   960 GP :
     :.......................:..........:..........:..........:..........:
     : SEASON GROSS          : 3,360 GP : 3,200 GP : 5,600 GP : 5,760 GP :
     :.......................:..........:..........:..........:..........:
     : SEASON NET            : 1,960 GP : 2,200 GP : 5,300 GP : 5,460 GP :
     :.......................:..........:..........:..........:..........:
    
     * If you keep on watering your tomatoes and corn, you'll be able to
       pick more vegetables every three days.
    
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     :  Selling Prices
     :......... ...... .... ...... . . .. . . ..  .    .
    
       Here's the selling prices for all of the things on the Back Hill.
    
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     : SEASON AND ITEM                             PROFIT IN GOLD PIECES :
     :...................................................................:
     : SPRING                                                            :
     : Cave Herb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 Gold Pieces :
     : Fish. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 Gold Pieces :
     : Wild Grapes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 Gold Pieces :
     :...................................................................:
     : SUMMER                                                            :
     : Cave Herb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 Gold Pieces :
     : Fish. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 Gold Pieces :
     : Southern Fruits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 Gold Pieces :
     :...................................................................:
     : FALL                                                              :
     : Cave Herb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 Gold Pieces :
     : Fish. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 Gold Pieces :
     : Mushroom. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 Gold Pieces :
     : Poison Mushroom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 Gold Pieces :
     : Moon Flower (only one grows per year) . . . . . . 600 Gold Pieces :
     :...................................................................:
     : WINTER                                                            :
     : Cave Herb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 Gold Pieces :
     :...................................................................:
    
       Here's the selling prices for all the things on your farm.
    
     .....................................................................
     : ITEM                                        PROFIT IN GOLD PIECES :
     :...................................................................:
     : Radish. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60 Gold Pieces :
     : Potato. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80 Gold Pieces :
     : Tomato. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 Gold Pieces :
     : Corn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Gold Pieces :
     : Chicken . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 500 Gold Pieces :
     : Egg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 Gold Pieces :
     : Cow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5,000 GP / 8,000 GP / 10,000 GP :
     : Milk. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 GP(S) / 250 GP(M) / 350 GP(L) :
     :...................................................................:
    
    
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