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* Harvest Moon Tree of Tranquility Wii * Harvest Moon Tree of Tranquility Wii *
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Harvest Moon Tree of Tranquility (US)

  - aka HM Tree of Peace (JP)


Detailed Guide/Walkthrough/Faqs
Written by Goldhorizon
Version 1.93 (Starting version plus 93 updates)


Exclusively on Nintendo Wii


Wii Remote (wiimote) & Nunchuck motion controls
plus button control options

Also Compatible with the Wii Classic Controller
(not compatible with the GameCube Controller)

3 save slots


Rated E (for Everyone)
Licensed by Nintendo, Inc 2008
Developed by Marvelous Entertainment, Inc 2008
Translated in English by Natsume, Inc 2008
Enhanced by Runtime, Inc and Sketch 2008


This Guide/Walkthrough/Faqs is NOT spoiler-free.
Any and all spoilers are included.
 

I have been working on this Guide/Walkthrough/Faqs for many eons now
and I hope you thoroughly enjoy it along with the Harvest Moon Tree of
Tranquility game.


Note: This Guide/faqs is a work in progress and will take a while to
      complete but it is already detailed enough to get you progressing
      well through the game. This is indeed one great game!

      This is not just a port of information from the Japanese game. I have
      been extremely careful to not infringe on any copyright issues.
      This info has been recreated, tested, and produced originally by me,
      Goldhorizon with any credit noted if other original info by someone
      else has been quoted herein.

      This is for all of you who have been waiting for details to start
      your US game right when it comes out in the US. The only thing I may
      leave in the guide is the Japanese to US person names because a lot
      of Harvest Moon fans have gotten this game in Japanese and are used
      to those names. This way they can correlate to the US names and info.

      This guide will cover only the final US version of the game.
      A few references to the earlier US versions or JP version may be
      included to state some differences in the games.

      Yes, I have a computer programming degree from an affluent university.

      Yes, I have written programming code for games in various programming
           languages.

      Yes, I know how to translate most Japanese to English.

      Yes, I have access to several of the JP copies of the game.

      Yes, I have several of the US copies of the game.


      Most, if not all, of the questions on the boards that people are asking
      are answered in the guide below. Therefore, I will be focusing more on
      testing and updates of this guide rather than on answering tons of
      questions via emails, private messages, or boards. This allows me to
      get more of the answers out to everyone instead of answering the same
      questions repeatedly. Thereby, this method benefits more people and
      allows me to test the game more thouroughly and get it out to more
      people for their benefit.


      There is an enormous amount of information available in this guide.
      It will be much faster and easier if you search on the topic you wish
      to know about (press ctrl-F and type in your topic). Keep pressing
      "find next" until your topic is not found anymore. There is tons of 
      information on a ton of topics in several sections throughout the whole
      guide. This guide also contains a walkthrough as well as lots of lists
      and tips. Also use the Table of Contents to help you in searching.

      When done, everything in this guide will have been tested and verified
      in-game to be accurate for the final US version of this game. 


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Table of Contents
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- This is a huge Guide/Walkthrough/Faqs
- Make your life easier and search using any topic below (ctrl-f)
  or search using any topic you wish related to this game


         Introduction & Overview

            Game Description
            About the Game


         Name Changes (JP to US)

            JP to US Names Changes
            JP to US Names Not Changed

            Default Names

             Girl/main character default names
             Boy/main character default names

             Animal default names

             Farm Plot default names

            Waffle Island (Island Name)

         Basic Controls

           Wii-mote (Wii Remote) & Nunchuck
           Classic Controller

         Configuration

           Message Speed
           Font Type
           Window Border
           SFX Volume
           BGM Volume
           SFX Test
           BGM Test

         Menu Overview

           Story Items: Solid Red Chest (Island Progress)
           Income: Hoe & Bucket (Financial Sheets)
           Status: Lighthouse (Farm/Animals/Character/Tool Skill)
           Friendship: Stripe-colored Heart (People/Animal Relationships)
           Rucksack: Rucksack/Backpack (Rucksack Items)


         Tips

            Game Versions
            Crop Quality Types 
            Making Money (Beginning)
            Free First Set of Tools
            Free Rucksack Upgrade
            Dropping Items
            Weather
            Calendar
            Notices/Notice Board
            Tracking Individuals
            Stamina/Fatigue
            Power Berries
            More Wood when Chopping
            Getting Material Stone & Wood
            Giving Gifts
            Processing Flax
            Passing of Time
            Rucksacks
            Shipping Bins
            Shelf & Refrigerator
            Islanders Moving In - 1st Rainbow - Goddess Tree Quilt
            Order of Moving In
            Identifying Gem Trick
            Part-time Jobs


         Basic Story-line Walkthrough

            Pascal's Ship
               - The Farm Plan
               - Shipwreck
               - Goddess Dream

            Sundae Inn
               - Saved for a New Beginning

            Souffle Farm
               - Let's get workin'

            Suggestions on Early Beginnings


            Rainbows & Goddess Tree
               - Simplified Explanation of How It Works

            Rainbow 1

               - Daren: green sprite - Waffle Town Square

            Rainbow 2
 
               - Ben: blue sprite - Maple Lake Area

            Rainbow 3 

               - Collin: yellow sprite - West Gull Island

            Rainbow 4

               - Alan: red sprite - Brownie Ranch

            Rainbow 5

               - Edge: purple sprite - Mt. Gelato

            Goddess Tree: Finding the Seedling of Hope
 
               - 1st Stage: 1st Seedling 
                    - Lighthouse

               - 2nd Stage: 2nd Seedling 
                    - Ganache Mine/Mural of the Tree

               - 3rd Stage: 3rd Seedling 
                    - Secret Key, Secret Door, Mayor's Garden

            Goddess Tree: Growing of the Seedling of Hope

               - Seedling/Goddess Tree Icon
               - Growing the Seedling/Friendship Points
               - Edge Letter/Goddess Tree Grown
               - Secret Cave Opened

            Goddess Tree: Rescue of the Harvest Goddess

               - Edge's Rainbow/Top of Goddess Tree
               - Harvest Sprites/Last Rainbow
               - Harvest Goddess Rescued
               - Heroine/Hero of the Island

            Note: End of Storyline but can still continue in game
                      forever &/or pass down journey rucksack to
                      child for a newgame+


         Map of Areas

            Image of Entire Game Map (link/color-coded)
            Video Tours of Most Areas (links/series of 8)


         All Farm Lots

            - Includes your field, shipping bin, and tons more

            Three starting Lots

               Town Plot (4,500 G)
               Seaside Plot (4,500 G)
               Hilltop Plot (4,500 G)

            Additional Lot

               Mountain Plot (4,500 G)


         Your House

            Starting Items

               0 G (money)
               Level 1 House
               Rucksack (10 slots)

            Previous HM Game Items not Starting With

               Flop-eared Dog
               Calendar
               Money

            Furniture (Basics)

               All About Furniture
               Bed/End Table
               Storage
               Cooking
               Chair/Table
               TV & Telephone
               Calendar & TV Guide

            Houses, Levels, & Construction

               House Level 1
               House Level 2
               House Level 3
               House Level 4
               House Level 5

            House Styles (Interior/Exterior)

               Simple
               Chic
               Country
               Gorgeous

        Stamina/Fatigue

            Levels
            Power Berries
            Recuperating


        Tools

            Fishing Rod/Pole
            Watering Can
            Hoe
            Axe
            Brush
            Milker
            Sickle
            Hammer
            Shears
            Bell
            Saddle
            Animal Medicine

         Furniture List

            Beds

               Single
               Double
               Misc

            Storage

               Wardrobes
               Shelves
               Dressers
               Refrigerators

            Electric

            Other

              Tables
              Chairs
              Sofas
              TVs

        TV & TV Guide List

           TV
           TV Guide/Listings

        Telephone List

           Shop Phone Numbers
           Villager Phone Numbers

        Bookshelf

           - Acquired Lists
             - AKA: Shipping List (Minimal)

           Items List

             Crop List
             Flower List
             Animal List
             Animal Product List
             Fish List
             Gem List
             Other Item List

           Recipes

             Cutting Board
             Pot
             Frying Pan
             Oven
             Mixer
             Aging Pot
             Bonfire

           Books (Tutorial)

             TV Listings
             About Furniture
             A Yen For Yarn
             Building Basics
             Parenting
             Cooking & You
             Beginning Fishing
             Advanced Fishing
             Island Guide: Vol 1
             Island Guide: Vol 2
             Waffle Island History
             Advanced Mining
             Farming For Beginners
             Advanced Farming
             Basic Animal Care
             Animal Care Tool Guide
             All About Tools

           Letters (Mailbox)

             Calvin Letter
             Harvest Goddess Letter
             Mira's Letter
             On The Hook Letter
             General Store Letter
             Tailor Letter
             Clinic Letter
             Souffle Farm Letter
             Brownie Ranch Letter
             Pineapple Inn Letter
             Carpentry Shop Letter
             Town Hall Letter
             Sundae Inn Letter
             Bar Letter
             Alan's Memo

        Calendar & Birthday List

           - Includes Festival Dates

               Spring
               Summer
               Fall
               Winter

        Clothes, Hats, & Accessories

               Girl Character

                  Outfits
                  Hats
                  Accessories

               Boy Character

                  Outfits
                  Hats
                  Accessories


         Opening Blocked Areas & Requirements

            Brownie Ranch Path (Boulder)
            Ganache Mine Path (Root)
            Mt. Gelato Paths
               Meadow (Ben's Rainbow)
               Meadow (Boulder Shortcut) 
               Goddess Spring (Mother Bear) 
               Summit (Alan & Edge's Rainbows)

         Pets

            Listed by Animal (with Favorite foods & gift)

               Turtle
               Monkey
               Boar
               Raccoon
               Chipmunk (has a stripe/not a squirrel)
               Penguin
               Rabbit/white
               Rabbit/black 
               Weasel/brown 
               Weasel/white 
               Bear/brown 
               Bear/Panda 
               Cat/white
               Cat/orange
               Cat/black
               Dog/past HM dog (Flop-eared)
               Dog/Chihuahua
               Dog/black & white
               Dog/white (Large)

            Listed by Location/Area

               Caramel River
               Caramel Falls
               Waffle Town
               Waffle Town Square
               Maple Lake
               Ganache Mountain
               Brownie Ranch
               Toucan Island
               West Gull Island
               East Gull Island
               Mt. Gelato

            Farm Animals

               Animal Star Ranks
               - Animal Products Shipped

                  Rank 0 (Start with)
                  Rank 1 (After several G)
                  Rank 2 (After 5,000 G)
                  Rank 3 (After 10,000 G)


               - Lots of info on each

               Cow       (& Miracle Potion)
               Horse     (& Miracle Potion)
               Sheep     (& Miracle Potion)
               Ostrich   (hatch egg/Incubator)
               Goat      (& Miracle Potion)
               Chicken   (hatch egg/Incubator)
               Duck      (hatch egg/Incubator)
               Silk Worm (non-reproduce/buy)


               Chicken Coop

                  Building Requirements

               Animal Barn

                  Building Requirements

               Makers

                  Mayonnaise
                  Cheese
                  Butter
                  Yarn/Thread

            Crops

               Farm Star Ranks
               - Crop Products Shipped

                  Rank 0 (Start with)
                  Rank 1 (After several G)
                  Rank 2 (After 5,000 G)
                  Rank 3 (After 10,000 G)

               Fertilizers

                  Fertilizer (Good)
                  Rapid Fertilizer (Better)
                  Happy Fertilizer (Best)

               Flowers & Honey Bees

                  Getting Honey

                     Tips
                     How To

                  Honey Colors

                     Yellow
                     Red
                     Green
                     Purple
                     Blue
                     Royal Jelly

                  Honey Prices
                  Perfume Prices

               Seedlings/Trees

                  Apple
                  Grape
                  Chestnut
                  Orange
                  Mora/Cherry
                  Hali/Pine

               Spring Crops

                  Variety Bag
                  Turnip
                  Breadfruit
                  Cabbage
                  Potato
                  Strawberry
                  Lavender Flower
                  Tulip Flower
                  Moondrop Flower
                  Hyacinth Flower
                  Green Herb
                  Flax

               Summer Crops

                  Variety Bag
                  Watermelon
                  Onion
                  Corn
                  Tomato
                  Honeydew
                  Cocoa
                  Sunflower
                  Pansy Flower
                  Pinkcat Flower
                  Begonia Flower
                  Lily Flower
                  Hibiscus
                  Blue Herb

               Fall Crops

                  Variety Bag
                  Pumpkin
                  Yam
                  Spinach
                  Eggplant
                  Rice
                  Spicy Pepper
                  Carrot
                  Bell Pepper
                  Cosmos Flower
                  Morning Glory Flower
                  Blue Mist Flower
                  Rose Flower
                  Chrysanthemum Flower
                  Purple Herb
                  Red Herb

               Winter Crops

                  Buckwheat
                  Anemone Flower
                  Snowflake Flower
                  Green Bell Flower
                  Yellow Herb

            Profit Analysis: What to Keep/Process/Ship

                  Animal Products Profit Comparison

                    Eggs
                    Milk
                    Cocoons
                    Wool

                  Crops Profit Comparison

                    Potato
                    Turnip
                    Flax
                    Eggplant
                    Yam
                    Breadfruit
                    Cabbage
                    Strawberry
                    Watermelon
                    Onion
                    Corn
                    Tomato
                    Honeydew
                    Cocoa
                    Pumpkin
                    Spinach
                    Rice
                    Spicy Pepper
                    Carrot
                    Bell Pepper
                    Buckwheat

                  Flowers Profit Comparison

                    Perfume - all colors/types
                    Honey   - all colors/types

                  Fish Profit Comparison

                    Sardine
                    Sea Bream
                    Big-Scaled Redfin
                    All Fish - Fresh vs. Grilled

                  Forage Profit Comparison

                    Clam
                    Sea Urchin
                    Chestnut
                    Clam
                    Chestnut
                    Sea Urchin
                    Bamboo Shoot
                    Shining Bamboo Shoot
                    Mushroom
                    Toadstool
                    Pontata Root
                    Blueberry
                    Very Berry
                    Cherry
                    Orange
                    Apple
                    Grape
                    Banana
                    Pineapple
                    Coconut
                    Common Seashell
                    Fancy Seashell
                    Coral
                    Pearl
                    Black Pearl

                  Summary List (Most Profitable)

                    Chicken Egg (Decent/Good/Perfect)
                    Chicken Egg (Shining)
                    Duck Egg (Decent)
                    Duck Egg (Good/Perfect/Shining)
                    Ostrich Egg (Decent)
                    Ostrich Egg (Good/Perfect/Shining)
                    Cow Milk (Decent/Good)
                    Cow Milk (Perfect/Shining)
                    Goat Milk (Decent/Good)
                    Goat Milk (Perfect/Shining)
                    Cocoon (All Grades)
                    Wool (All Grades)
                    Potato (All Grades)
                    Turnip (All Grades)
                    Flax (All Grades)
                    Eggplant (Decent/Good/Perfect)
                    Eggplant (Shining)
                    Yam (Decent/All Grades)
                    Breadfruit (All Grades)
                    Cabbage (Decent/Good/Perfect)
                    Cabbage (Shining)
                    Strawberry (Decent/Good)
                    Strawberry (Perfect/Shining)
                    Watermelon (All Grades)
                    Onion (All Grades)
                    Corn (Decent/Good/Perfect)
                    Corn (Shining)
                    Tomato (All Grades)
                    Honeydew (Decent)
                    Honeydew (Good/Perfect/Shining)
                    Cocoa (All Grades)
                    Pumpkin (Decent/Good/Perfect)
                    Pumpkin (Shining)
                    Spinach (All Grades)
                    Rice (All Grades)
                    Spicy Pepper (Decent)
                    Spicy Pepper (Good/Perfect/Shining)
                    Carrot (All Grades)
                    Bell Pepper (All Grades)
                    Buckwheat (All Grades)
                    Flowers (Blue Mist)
                    Fish (Common/Cheap)
                    Fish (Expensive)
                    Fish (Sea Bream)
                    Clam
                    Sea Urchin
                    Chestnut
                    Chestnut (Shining)
                    Laver Seaweed
                    Bamboo Shoot
                    Bamboo Shoot (Shining)
                    Mushroom
                    Toadstool
                    Pontata Root
                    Pontata Root (Medicine)
                    Blueberry
                    Very Berry
                    Cherry
                    Cherry (Shining)
                    Orange
                    Orange (Shining)
                    Apple
                    Apple (Shining)
                    Grape
                    Grape (Shining)
                    Banana
                    Pineapple
                    Coconut
                    Common Seashell
                    Fancy Seashell
                    Coral
                    Pearl
                    Black Pearl

            Marriage

               Requirements

                  Marriage Preparation
                  Proposal
                  Wedding
                  Rival Heart Events by Couple
                  After the Wedding
                  Anniversary/Birthdays
                  Pregnancy
                  Goddess Prayer
                  Childbirth
                  Children
                     Includes All Stage Details
                     Includes Child Chore Details

                     Infant
                     Baby/Crawling
                     Baby/Walking
                     Baby/Talking
                     Child/Full Grown

                     Child Styles Details by Spouse
                        Toby/Julius & Maya/Renee
                        Owen & Phoebe
                        Chase/Calvin & Luna/Selena
                        Luke & Kathy
                        Gill/Jin & Anissa/Candace

               Eligible Bachelors

                  Includes Heart Events
                  Includes Rival Heart Events
                  Includes Lots of Individual Details

                     Chase
                     Luke
                     Julius
                     Owen
                     Won
                     Calvin (includes Calvin Glitch/suggestions)
                     Gill
                     Toby

               Eligible Bachelorettes

                  Includes Heart Events
                  Includes Rival Heart Events
                  Includes Lots of Individual Details

                     Renee
                     Maya
                     Anissa
                     Candace
                     Luna
                     Phoebe
                     Kathy
                     Selena

               Couples that Marry and have Kids

                  Marriage Sets

                     Jin/Anissa
                     Toby/Renee
                     Chase/Maya
                     Julius/Candace
                     Calvin/Phoebe

                  Marriage Individuals

                     Gill
                     Selena
                     Kathy
                     Luna
                     Luke
                     Owen

            Villagers

               Hamilton (Mayor/mayor’s house)
               Jake (Sundae Inn owner)
               Colleen (Sundae Inn co-owner)
               Yolanda (Sundae Inn cook)
               Chloe (Ramsey's Blacksmith - child)
               Barbara (General Store co-owner)
               Simon (General Store owner)
               Pascal (Ship Captain - Waffle Town)
               Ramsey (Ramsey's Blacksmith - grandpa)
               Cain (Brownie Ranch co-owner)
               Hannah (Brownie Ranch owner)
               Mira (Inspects ores/jewels)
               Hayden (Sundae Inn - Kathy’s father)
               Craig (Owner of Souffle Farm)
               Ruth (Co-owner of Souffle Farm)
               Irene (Meringue Clinic - Jin’s grandma)
               Ozzie (On The Hook owner)
               Dale (Carpentry Shop owner)
               Elli (TV weather girl)
               Gray (Maple Lake Area - rancher)
               Bo (Carpentry Shop)
               Shelly (Tailor Shop - grandma - tailor)
               Samson (Toucan Island - Pineapple Inn owner)
               Sue (Toucan Island - Pineapple Inn co-owner)
               Taylor (Souffle Farm - son)
               Perry (Meringue Clinic)
               Paolo (On The Hook - son)
               Van (Won’s House - child/son)
               Matt (Toby’s House - child/son)
               Dakota (Chase’s House - child/daughter)
               Angie (Julius’ House - child/daughter)
               Heath (Calvin’s House - child/son)

               Girl/main character default names
               Boy/main character default names

               1st farm plot default names
               Waffle Island (Island Name)

            Playing as your Child

               Child Growing Stages (Brief)
               - See Child section for detailed stages
               Journey Rucksack Details 
                  Complete Sequence of the Journey Rucksack
                  Newgame+
               Additional Information

            Festivals

               - Includes Buyable Items

               Flower Festival
               Flea Markets (Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter)
               Animal Festival
               Ocean Festival
               Firefly Festival
               Arts Festival
               Harvest Festival
               Thanksgiving Festival
               Starry Night Festival
               New Year's Eve

            Foraging

               Caramel River
               Caramel Falls
               Waffle Town
               Waffle Town Square
               Maple Lake
               Ganache Mountain
               Ganache Mines
               Brownie Ranch
               Praline Forest
               Toucan Island
               Gull Island
               Mt. Gelato
               Mt. Gelato Mines

            Treasure Gift Boxes

               Lapis Lazuli
               Shining Flax Yarn
               Shining Bamboo Shoot
               Crystal
               Rare Metal


            Fishing

               Freshwater Fish

                  River
                  Maple Lake
                  Secret Caverns
                  Secret Cave
                  Goddess Fountain Pond

               Saltwater Fish

                  West Gull Island
                  East Gull Island
                  Toucan Island
                  Waffle Town
                  Ganache Mines

               Miscellaneous

                  Empty Can
                  Rubber Boot
                  Swim Shorts
                  Algae

               
            Cooking

               Finding Recipes

               Cooking with Beach Fires

                  Cookable Items
                  Firewood Stack Locations

               Cooking Utensils

                  General Store
                  Maya Spring/Summer Flea Markets

               Recipes List

                  Knife (Cutting Board Set)
                  Pot (Regular Pot)
                  Frying Pan
                  Oven (Microwave)
                  Mixer (Blender)
                  Fermentation Pot (Aging Pot)
                  Bonfire (Firewood stacks)
                  Dyeing Wool/Silk/Flax
                  Making Rucksacks
                  Rainbow Recipe Collection List

            Mining

               Tips
               Identifying Gems List
               Ganache Mines (30 Floors)
               Mt. Gelato Mines (50 Floors)

            Mini Games

               Horse Race
               Mole Attack
               Insect Catch
               Frog Jump
               Stone Skipping
               Marksmanship


            Summary Lists


               Shop Schedules

                  Shop Phone Numbers

                  Shops Schedules/When Closed

                     Monday
                     Saturday
                     Sunday
                     Never 

                  Waffle Town

                     Sundae Inn
                     Sundae Inn Bar
                     General Store
                     Meringue Clinic

                  Waffle Town Square

                     Town Hall

                  Maple Lake Area

                     Goddess Church

                  Ganache Mountain

                     Souffle Farm
                     Ramsey's Blacksmith
                     Carpentry Shop

                  Brownie Ranch

                     Brownie Ranch

                  Toucan Island

                     Pineapple Inn

                  Telephone Shop

                     Taylor's Seeds

               Shops Lists

                  Waffle Town

                     Sundae Inn
                     Sundae Inn Bar
                     General Store
                     Meringue Clinic

                  Waffle Town Square

                     Town Hall

                        Land Purchases

                     Festival Booths


                        Spring 10: Flower Festival

                           Ruth
                           Anissa

                        Spring 22: Spring Flea Market

                           Simon
                           Maya
                           Candace

                        Spring 28: Animal Festival 

                           Hannah
                           Renee

                        Summer 7: Ocean Festival

                           Sue
                           Pascal

                        Summer 22: Summer Flea Market

                           Simon
                           Maya
                           Candace

                        Fall 12: Arts Festival

                           Mira
                           Owen
                           Bo

                        Fall 22: Fall Flea Market

                           Elli
                           Julius
                           Taylor

                        Fall 27: Harvest Festival

                           Craig

                        Winter 22: Winter Flea Market

                           Elli
                           Julius
                           Taylor

                  Ganache Mountain

                     Souffle Farm
                     Ramsey's Blacksmith
                     Carpentry Shop

                  Brownie Ranch

                     Brownie Ranch

                  Toucan Island

                     Pineapple Inn

                  Telephone Shop

                     Taylor's Seeds

               Complete Unofficial Shipping List

                  Spring Crops
                  Summer Crops
                  Fall Crops
                  Winter Crops
                  Seedling Tree Fruits
                  Foraged Items
                  Honeys
                  Animal Products
                  Fish
                  Ores/Gems/Wonderfuls
                  Trash
                  Shipable Tools
                  Yarns/Threads
                  Box Lunches
                  Cooked Dishes
                     Cutting Board Set
                     Pot
                     Frying Pan
                     Oven
                     Mixer
                     Aging Pot
                     Bonfire/Firewood Stack


            Legal & Copyright Information




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   Introduction & Overview
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- I have been playing Harvest Moon games for eons and have been answering
  questions and giving advice online on the series for many, many years.
  I have even had several of my writings published in faqs for Harvest
  Moon games by others and freely with my permission.

- When put together, I have literally written volumes on the Harvest Moon
  series (including the beginning games) online but it occurred to me that
  I have never written my own guide/faqs for any of the Harvest Moon games.

- So, I figured that it was about time that I wrote a detailed
  guide/faqs for a Harvest Moon game. I want this one to be very inclusive
  so it will be a work in progress and be updated over a long period of
  time but I assure you that you will be able to find a ton of useful
  information in its pages during the completion process.

- I have chosen this title because it is a very in-depth game and the first
  one available in the US on the Wii console. Because of what I know about
  the game, I am also super excited about this game coming out in the US! 
  (Plus I have received tons of requests to post information about this
  game!)

- I could not chose my favorite Harvest Moon game among all of them, but
  this one definitely ranks up on the very top of the list!



Game Description
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 "You have moved to an island town that was once enchanted…however it has been
  years since the mystical Mother Tree has shown any signs of life and the
  Harvest Goddess has vanished. The island has lost its connection with nature
  and the inhabitants don't know what to do. Till the earth, tend to and
  befriend animals, nurture friendships and build a family to help save the
  island!"


About the Game
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- Released 06/07/07 in Japan, made by Marvelous
- Final US version Release 09/30/08, translated to English by Natsume
- All previously released US versions were recalled or were for trial/testing
- This guide will cover only the final US version of the game
- Genre (RPG, Strategy, Construction, Simulation, Adventure, and more)
- 10th Anniversary of Harvest Moon logo on front of game box
- The beginnings of the series have actually been around much longer and were
  previously known under other titles like Back to Nature, etc.

- No Wi-Fi but there are good mini games to play (1 to 4 players) and there
  is so much to do that you probably won't notice

- Intriguing Story-line
- Interactive Wii controls as well as button controls
- Raise a variety of farm animals
- Farm animals have a variety of colors
- Raise a large variety of crops in 4 seasons (28 days per season)
- Fish for a variety of fish in the ocean, sea, lake, river, & caves
- Befriend 19 different wild animals to make them your pets
- Can keep 5 pets in a level 5 house
- Forage for wild herbs, flowers, mushrooms, and other items
- Play as Boy &/or Girl
- Work part-time jobs (short working scenes) at different shops
- Play mini games with family/friends
- Tons of crops, animals, and events
- Deepest Harvest Moon content yet
- Court and marry a spouse Or not if you decide
- Raise a girl or boy child or leave it to chance
- Other in-game couples marry and have children
- Re-play the game starting as your child
  (like starting with main character but keep money, etc)
- Keep playing as original character and play forever
- Spouse makes you daily box lunch
- Child grows and can do watering, harvesting, gathering, milking
- Befriend islanders
- Get new islanders to move onto island 
  (once on island they won't leave again)
- Open new areas on a very large map
- Mine in two different mines
- Automatic growing grass once built any type of animal building
- Level up house & animal buildings (& use makers)
- 4 separate houses to build and upgrade
- 3 beginning farm lots to acquire (choose 1 for free)
- An additional farm lot to acquire = 4 farm lots total
- Multiple and large item storage options
- Acquire cooking utensils and make recipes
- Compete in cooking contests and other various contests
- Variety of clothes and accessories for girl and boy
- Variety of furniture sets for houses


... and more



===================
   Name Changes
===================


- These are the Japanese to English game version name changes:

- Miori to Mira (Inspects ores/gems)
- Dai to Dale (Carpentry Shop)
- Harper to Hayden (Sundae Inn Bar)
- Baan/Won Jr to Van (Jin & Anissa's son)
- Herbal to Hamilton (Mayor)
- Selaf to Shelly (Pink Head Bandana - Tailor Shop)
- Anise to Anissa (Eligible bachelorette)
- Cathy to Kathy (Eligible bachelorette)
- Pat to Phoebe (Eligible bachelorette)
- Kotomi to Candace (Eligible bachelorette - Tailor's)
- Won to Jin (Eligible bachelor - Doctor)
- Pompei to Pascal (Boat captain)
- Thyme to Taylor (Seed Store - by telephone)
- Chihaya to Chase (Eligible bachelor)
- Ose to Owen (Eligible bachelor - blacksmith's)
- Juli to Julius (Eligible bachelor)
- Kapara to Cain (Brownie Ranch)
- Cresson to Craig (Brownie Ranch)
- Rucola to Ruth (Brownie Ranch)
- Perrine to Perry (Meringue Clinic)
- In'ya to Irene (Meringue Clinic)
- Cole to Colleen (Sundae Inn)
- Yuba to Yolanda (Yolanda's House)
- Rakusha to Ramsey (Blacksmith)
- Poan to Bo (Arts Festival/Carpentry Shop)
- Oz to Ozzie (On The Hook - Fishing Co.)
- Pao to Paolo (On The Hook - Fishing Co.)
- Suoh to Sue (Toucan Island)
- Yui to Dakota (Child)
- Brun to Barbara (General Store)
- Mao to Matt (Child)
- Mai to Maya (Eligible bachelorette)
- Leena to Renee (Eligible bachelorette)
- Sheila to Selena (Eligible bachelorette)
- Roomi to Luna (Eligible bachelorette)
- Gil to Gill (Eligible bachelor)
- Tao to Toby (Eligible bachelor)


Note: Craig & Ruth (Anissa & Taylor's parents/Souffle Farm)


- Kept same name:

  - Luke (Eligible bachelor)
  - Simon (General Store)
  - Hannah (Brownie Ranch)
  - Jake (Sundae Inn)
  - Chloe (Blacksmith's)
  - Elli (Town Hall/Weather girl)
  - Samson (Toucan Island)
  - Gray (Brownie Ranch)
  - Heath (Child)
  - Angie (Child)
  - Calvin (Eligible bachelor)



These are all the default names:
--------------------------------


  - All default names can have up to 8 letters/numbers/
    symbols

  - You can use default names or make up and use your
    own names

  - You can click the Default button at bottom to get
    default names for main character, farms, animals

  - You can click the Clear button at bottom to clear
    all name spaces at once

  - You can press over on the control pad to get:

    - Page 1: ABC
      - Uppercase Letters
      - Lowercase Letters

    - Page 2: 123
      - Numbers 0-9
      - 30 symbols (including female/male signs)




  - Girl/main character default names
    - Angela
    - Karla
    - Janet
    - Lisa
    - Leela
    - Amy

  - Boy/main character default names
    - Kevin
    - Ben
    - Adam
    - David
    - Arthur
    - Steve


  Animal default names:


  - Calf/cow default names
    - Bessy
    - Belle
    - Mabel
    - Mooby
    - Patty
    - Suzy
    - Darlene
    - Lucy
    - Lulu
    - Susana
    - Daisy
    - Minnie
    - Betsy
    - Selma
    - Tulip
    - Rose
    - Noreen
    - Faye
    - Dallas
    - Phoebe (!!! ... you named your cow after your wife?)


  - Lamb/sheep default names
    - Rapunzel (I thought her hair was real ... )
    - Darcy
    - Shawna
    - Athena
    - Cupid
    - Juno
    - Minerva
    - Aurora
    - Luna  (!!! ... Luna's hair is not real either?)
    - Dolly
    - Rosa
    - Paulina
    - LaVonne
    - Tiffany
    - Rhonda
    - LaNette


  - Chicken default names
    - Sartre
    - Clucky
    - Diana
    - Flappy
    - Rosie
    - Fonda
    - Jill
    - Lois
    - Venus
    - Gaea
    - Attila
    - Boomer
    - Shelly
    - Harriet
    - Pandora (After Pandora's Box ... bad luck chicken?)
    - Nikki


  - Silkworm default names
    - Slick
    - Ophelia
    - Crawly
    - Muncher
    - Neo
    - Bruce
    - Angelina
    - Hanzo
    - Kiddo
    - Princess
    - Betty
    - Veronica
    - Linda
    - Mona
    - Puppy (!!!)
      - This is what you get when you work late and feed
        your animals in the dark!
    - Butter (!!!)
      - Yuck! I Wouldn't want to spread that on bread!


  - Foal/horse default names
    - Whisper
    - Shadow
    - Bisquit
    - Hermes
    - Mercury
    - Nibbles
    - Arcadia
    - Shamrock
    - Blaze
    - Christian
    - Starlet
    - Sunbeam
    - Zephyr
    - Prissy (!!!)
    - Swift
    - Lady


  - Kid/goat default names
    - Laura
    - Gretta
    - Helga
    - Haggie
    - Louise
    - Abbey
    - Buffy
    - Lace
    - Diamond  (hmm ... taking the goat to the mine too much?)
    - Jade
    - Scarlet
    - Zatanna
    - Wendy
    - Sheba
    - Raven
    - Emma


  - Ostrich Chic/ostrich default names
    - Phoenix
    - Meteor
    - Carrie
    - Dana
    - Rocket
    - Valor
    - Willow
    - Cocoa (Whoops! Go to the pasture, not the crop field!)
    - Kara
    - Madeline
    - Xander
    - Sandy
    - Lilac
    - Olive
    - Viridian
    - Cyan


  - Duck default names
    - Hope
    - Quackers
    - Waddles
    - Chips  (Is this the duck or what it leaves behind ...)
    - Patrica
    - Zoe
    - Ganica
    - Phyllis
    - Norma
    - Ethel
    - Clara
    - Sheri
    - Helba
    - Abbigail
    - Reba
    - Horrigan (Please don't ever name your child this ...)



  - Farm Plot default names
    - Sunshine
    - Placid
    - Tranquil
    - Peachy
    - Verdante
    - Shire
    - Blue Sky
    - Lucky



  - Waffle Island (Island Default Name/not changeable)




======================
    Basic Controls
======================



Wii-mote (Wii Remote) & Nunchuck
--------------------------------


- Remember that the Wii-mote is now your virtual
  tool. Most actions will be similar to the actual
  action of the tool. Extra movements of your wii-mote
  will cause extra movements of your tools (including
  if you set down, pick up, or swing your wii-mote at
  certain tool usage times). Sometimes holding your
  wii-mote vertically at wrong times will also cause
  repeated usage or charging of tool use actions. This
  may sound like it would make the wii-mote hard to use
  but that is not the case. Using the wii-mote is easy
  with a little common sense and you can still use the
  buttons on the wii-mote if you prefer (Example: use
  up then down action of wii-mote to hoe/hold wii-mote
  vertical to charge OR press A to hoe/hold A to charge)

- If you charge your tool to the highest level and then
  do not use that tool at that moment then the tool will
  stop charging and still use up stamina as if you had
  charged and used your tool at the highest level


- Press (-) button to view descriptions of
  all button controls for the following:
  - Wii-mote
  - Nunchuck
  - Classic Controller

- Press (+) button to view current map menu/locations

  - When Inside Buildings
    - Shows exterior of building/left
    - Shows list of current characters there/right

  - When Outside Buildings
    - Shows map of outside/section you are in
    - Shows character & pet icons on the map
    - Character/Pet list on right
    - Highlight to show exact location on map

  - Residents Tab
    - Shows list of all residents/neighbors on right
    - Building currently owned on left
    - Highlight to show exact location on map

  - Buildings Tab
    - Shows list of all buildings on map
    - Buildings list on right
    - Highlight to show exact location on map

  - All Tab
    - Shows Entire map with all sections
    - Sections list on right
    - Mix of Residents and Building Tabs
    - Highlight to show exact location on map


- The nunchuck is needed to move your character

- Press D-Pad (direction +)
  - For camera control
  - To select item/object/switch page

- Press C button to open rucksack

- Hold C button to open general menu
  (longer press)

- Press Z button to select a farm field
  square (highlights square)

- Press A button
  - Eat (when holding item & not facing anyone)
  - Give gift (when facing character/pet)
  - Interact with people/objects
  - Choose/use items
  - Hold A button to charge tools
  - Mount horse/ostrich
    - Press A while holding saddle
    - Or with saddle in rucksack then hold A
      and then press B to whistle and mount
  - Any time directed to use A button
    for actions
    - Example: talk, inspect, pick up, release, etc

- Press B
  - To cancel 
  - To back out of menu
  - Put away last tool used
  - Get out last tool used
  - Dismount horse/ostrich

- Hold A then press B
  - Whistles for horse/ostrich
  - The one with the most hearts comes
  - Character automatically mounts to ride
  - Saves time because automatically equips saddle
  - Saddle must be in rucksack
  - Calls horse/ostrich from a distance
  - Make sure you are not next to and facing horse

- Ring Bell
  - Shake wii-mote to ring bell

- Water
  - Hold wii-mote up vertical and then
    tip it to the side to water with the
    watering can
  - Press Z button to highlight watering area
    which also lines up your character to the
    highlighted area
  - You can also just press A to water and
    hold A to charge tool (buttons on wii-mote
    but don't hold it vertical when pressing
    A)

- Charge Tool
  - Hold wii-mote vertical & then back
    to charge up tool
    (or hold it back longer before dropping
    down to charge it in degrees)
  - Each "flash" is a charge degree
  - Press A & pull back to hook fish
  - reel with nunchuck circling/oval shake

- Fishing
  - Point wii-mote towards screen & then
    lift it up and drop it down quickly
  - Each "flash" is a charge degree
  - Once you get a bite (bobber twitch then "Hit"),
    Press A repeatedly to reel in fish
  - Once skill up (use tool a lot), then you
    can charge by holding down A button which
    allows you to cast farther (catch bigger
    fish like Tuna)

- Hoe
  - Point wii-mote towards screen & then
    lift it up and drop it down quickly
    (or hold it back longer before dropping
    down to charge it in degrees)
  - Each "flash" is a charge degree

- Use wii-mote D-pad 
  - To move main character
  - To select item/object (left/right)
  - To move furniture up or down levels


Classic Controller
------------------

- Press X for rucksack menu

- Press Y for main general menu/status

- Press A button
  - Eat (when holding item)
  - Interact with people/objects
  - Choose/use items
  - Hold A button to charge tools
  - Any time directed to use A button
    for actions
    - Example: talk, inspect, Pick up, release, etc

- Press B
  - To cancel 
  - To back out of menu
  - Put away last tool used
  - Get out last tool used
  - Dismount horse/ostrich

- Use the D-pad (Direction +)
  - To move main character
  - To select item/object/switch page
  - To move furniture up or down levels

- Press Right Control Stick
  - Camera control

- Press Left Control Stick
  - Move character
  - Move cursor
  - Switch Items

- Press L Shoulder Button
  - To fix camera


=====================
    Configuration
=====================


- Each choice can be tested while in the configuration
  screen. It will give you a sample image/border/speed/sound
  if you press A after each selection.


- Message Speed
  - Slow 
  - Medium
  - Fast

- Font Type
  - Normal: standard text
  - Tall: larger, bolder, stylishly taller
  - Brush: standard size, bolder, fancier/curves

- Window Border
  - Three extending border rings in shades for each choice
  - Normal: yellow, orange, red/brown
  - Cute: light pink, medium pink, dark pink
  - Country: light brown, dark brown, tan

- SFX Volume
  - Adjusts sound effects volume
  - Set slider bar, then do SFX Test

- BGM Volume
  - Adjusts background music volume
  - Set slider bar, then do BGM Test

- SFX Test
  - Play to test sound effects
  - 1 through 85 test sounds

- BGM Test
  - Play to test background music
  - 1 through 57 music variations


=====================
    Menu Overview
=====================


- Your money is put into your account each morning at 6am
  (Shipped/earned income from previous day)
  - This automatically happens even if you did not go to bed

- You wake up each day at 6am unless you stayed up all night

- Money on hand is shown at the top of the menu overview
  at all times no matter what sub-menu is open


- When you open up the main menu you will see a ring of icons:

  - Story Items: Solid Red Chest (Island Progress)

    - Icons will be colored in if completed
      - Right & left Goddess Quilt
      - Rainbow Recipes (5 rainbows)
        - Sprite Badges (5 badges)
      - Saving Island progress

  - Income: Hoe & Bucket (Financial Sheets/Income)

    - Total: Totals Section
      - Amount of money made during the seasons
      - Total individual money made by sections
      - This is for items shipped and does not include
        income from part-time jobs
      - Money Grand Total, Farming, Animals, Mining,
        Fishing, Others, Time

    - Past: Past Totals Section
      - Shipment statistics for past two years
        - Left side: Last year
        - Right side: two years ago
        - End of year: tracks all categories listed in Totals Section

  - Status: Lighthouse (Farm/Animals/Character/Tool Skill)

    - Ranch: All farm data
      - Farm Plot/House Name
      - House level
      - Farm Animals & number of each
      - Feed & fodder on hand
      - Wood & stone materials on hand
    
    - Player: Character Data & Stats
      - Name
      - Birthday
      - Other stats
      - Picture of character

    - Skill: Tool Skill Levels
      - All six tools
      - Levels 1/2/3/4/Max bars

  - Friendship: Stripe-colored Heart (People/Animal Relationships)

    - Friends: Townspeople heart levels
      - Press A on a highlighted individual to track them
      - There are also cards on residents located in the Town Hall
    - Livestock: Farm animal heart levels
    - Pets: Pet heart levels
    - Animals: Wildlife heart levels

  - Rucksack: Rucksack/Backpack (Rucksack Items)

    - Shows all items in rucksack
      - Tools do not have designated spaces/you can mix them with items
    - Use to organize your rucksack
    - Items are stackable up to 99 of same item per slot
    - Shows time, day, and season

Note: The bed end table menu is listed under Your House section.


=============
    Tips
=============


Game Versions:

The final US version has the following taken out from earlier US versions:

- If you bought your game on or after 30 Sept 2008 then you have the
  final US version


- No Decent/Good Cocoon sold at Brownie Ranch
  - You can still grow your own silkworms and get all grades of cocoons

- No Decent/Good Wool sold at Brownie Ranch
  - You can still buy Decent/Good Wool Yarn at the Spring & Summer Flea
    Market (Simon/Spring 22 & Summer 22)
  - You can still buy Decent/Good Wool Yarn at the Animal Festival
    (Hannah/Spring 28)
  - You can still raise your own sheep and get all grades of wool

- No regular fish sold at On The Hook
  - You can still catch your own fresh fish at any fishable spot
  - You can still buy some grilled fish varieties at On The Hook

- Also this version uses Vegetable Juice for more fatigue recovery
  instead of Tomato Juice. Tomato juice will still give you fatigue
  recovery but you will need to drink 2 Tomato Juices to wake your
  character up instead of just one Vegetable Juice.

- Animal Colors:
  - No black goat/Kid
  - No mallard duck (but still seen in Maple Lake)


- Farm Plot prices changed:

  Previously Cost (1 of 1st 3 chosen free):

  - Three starting Lots
    - Town Plot (7,500 G)
    - Seaside Plot (7,200 G)
    - Hilltop Plot (7,800 G)
  - Additional Lot
    - Mountain Plot (18,000 G)

  Now Costs:

  - All farm plots cost 4,500 G each with 1 of 1st 3 starting
    farm plots still chosen for free after Souffle Farm homestay


- Various incidental changes (such as Empty Can instead of 
  Empty Tin, Yellow Tail instead of Yellowtail, 3 fish added
  to Bookshelf/Other list - Wood Fish/Skull Jellyfish/Seasky, etc)
  - I will probably not mention them all here just because these
    minor changes don't affect the game in any significant manner.


- Also the final US version has a glitch known as the "Calvin
  Glitch". Basically, when playing as a girl and you get Calvin
  to 5 hearts and then go to the 10th floor of the Ganache Mines
  then the game will freeze. Natsume is looking into this glitch.
  Until then, you can by-pass the 10th floor by using a pitfall
  (random success) or by triggering Calvin and Phoebe's 2nd and
  3rd rival heart events thereby enabling them to marry. The
  glitch will also not happen if you do not allow Calvin to
  acquire 5 hearts. You can not marry Calvin until this is fixed.
  If playing as a boy, then you will not encounter this glitch
  because you will not have a 5th heart event request for
  Calvin.

- No, you can not buy milk from any store (this is in JP version).
  In the final US version you need to raise a cow or a goat to get
  milk (a goat grows up faster).



Your Own Booth at Winter Flea Market?:

- Winter 21st – 11:50am – Rode into North Waffle Town entrance
- Cutscene triggered
- Mayor said, “Oh good you’re here”
- Then asked me if I wanted to set up a booth to sell some things
   that I didn’t need anymore to make some extra money
- There was no way to respond
- Cutscene ended and I was back on my horse and still at the
  entrance
- No other related anything when re-enter north entrance or
   talk to mayor on same day or Winter Flea Market day
- 1st time you enter (Winter Flea Market/Year 1/Winter 22)
   - Town Square steps (& inside square) all decorated for 
      flea market
  - Cutscene of Mayor in Town Square talking to resident
  - Then immediately another cutscene triggers
     - Elli is running (in square/East to West) and bumps into you
       knocking you down
     - She apologizes and then says, “Do you have a stand too? Or
       are you a just here to shop?” (grammar error included)
     - You wave your hands (speaking but no words displayed)
     - She says, “I see. I’m selling desserts here today. Please
       come by and check out my selection!”
    - You nod yes, both of you wave, she runs off towards booths,
       cutscene ends and then no other related cutscenes can be
       triggered no matter what you do or who you talk to including
       the mayor (even pressing A around any empty stalls)

Conclusion: If in fact they had included this at some point then it
has been decided against or taken out after the fact. Or it was
something they were thinking of incorporating into the game but
didn’t finish.



Crop Quality Types:

- Crop Qualities/Types/Grades: Decent, Good, Perfect, Shining
  - Usually top fertilized soil quality equals perfect products 
    with occasional chance of getting Shining products

- Crops, Cooked dishes, and any other products &/or items do NOT
  degrade. Once a shining product then always a shining product.

- Product &/or item grades can change depending on how you combine
  them in cooking or certain processing
 
  - For example:
    - A Shining Ostrich Egg can lose its grade when made into
      Ostonnaise (ostrich mayonnaise)
    - A Good Herb Fish (cooked dish) can become a Perfect or even
      Shining Herb Fish (cooked dish) if higher quality (or more
      fish) are added while cooking the dish
    - Once an end product is produced then the dish will never
      degrade or lose its end product grade


Making Money (Beginning):

- When you start money is not so easy to come by so try to gather, ship
  any items you can, and work at part-time jobs 
  - On The Hook - fishing company is open until 10 pm
  - Sunday Inn Bar is open until midnight 

- you can do a variety of things to get money as stated below:

  - Items do stack (up to 99) in this game so use it to your advantage
  - Fish a lot - some fish sell for little and some for a lot
  - Grow and ship a lot of crops 
    (you will need to grow more crops than in past HM games because they
    don't sell for as much)
  - Raise silkworms, dye cocoons with Blue Herb, and ship
  - Collect & ship the gift boxes
  - Gather mushrooms and toadstools at Ganache Mines
    - Floor 19 is full of them

- Process Decent Cocoons for shipping (requires chicken coop & barn)
  - Buy your own silkworms (produce cocoons every 4 days)
    - The cocoon grade will be lost when dyed so use Decent Cocoons
  - Buy a Yarn/Thread Maker at the General Store for 4,500 G (back of barn)
    - A Dye Pot will come with the purchase (right front of barn/inside)
  - Forage/grow any colored herb or colored flower
    - Green Herb is cheapest to obtain
    - Blue Herb gets you the most profit
  - Use the Yarn/Thread Maker to turn a Decent Cocoon into Silk Yarn
  - Use the Dye Pot plus the herb to turn the Silk Yarn into Blue Silk
    Yarn which ships for 2,100 G each
  - Repeat to recover initial costs and then for large profits!
  - This also helps to up star farm ranks quickly!

- Buy Happy Fertilizer on Spring 10 at the Flower Festival
  - Buy some seeds and plant them with the fertilizer to get high-shipping
    crops to give you a boost at the start of the game
  - Yes, you can put fertilizer on tilled soil/seeds/and already growing
    and mature crops
  - Happy Fertilizer upgrades soil to best quality for 3 seasons


Free First Set of Basic Tools:

- Fishing Pole 
    - On The Hook
    - Meet him at Waffle Town Beach
    - Can meet Toby at the beach on the 1st playable day of the game
    - Toby
- Watering can 
    - Complete Homestay (work at farm)
    - Souffle Farm
    - Craig
- Hoe 
    - Complete Homestay (work at farm)
    - Souffle Farm
    - Craig
- Axe 
    - Get in Ganache Mine Area 
    - Carpentry Shop/Meet Dale 
    - Then meet Luke at the Praline Forest near the Carpentry Shop
- Sickle
    - Using a skill level 3 hammer, break the boulder leading to
      the ranch from the Ganache Mine Area (Before Spring 28)
      OR
    - At the end of your 1st spring then the Brownie Ranch will
      hold an opening event before the Animal Festival (Spring 28)
    - Brownie Ranch
    - Cain
- Hammer
    - Get in Ganache Mine Area 
    - Ramsey's Blacksmith Shop 
    - Owen


Free Rucksack Upgrade:

- You start with a 10 slot rucksack
- Go to the Tailor Shop to get a 15 slot rucksack for free
  - Your rucksack can be upgraded to 30 slots. See the rucksack
    section for more info.


Dropping Items:

You don’t have to worry about dropping items. If you press A when you
are not by people or animals then pop-up message will ask if you want
to put down or put away the item. If you do place an item by accident,
then you still have a second or two to grab the disappearing item. If
this is in a public place then it will cause loss of affection from
people when it touches the ground but you can still pick it up and
keep the item if you are quick enough.


Weather:

- You can buy a TV Guide to see what shows are on at what times
- Check the TV in the morning for the daily weather report
- Check the TV in the evening for the next day’s weather report
- Call on the telephone to check the next day's weather forecast anytime
- You can go out in any kind of weather even a typhoon
  - All shops will have normal schedules
  - Good day to go to the mines but bring lots of recovery items
  - Or go to Toucan Island (always sunny) on that day (no Mondays)
- Typhoons and severe heat will still cause damage to crops but not
  collapse buildings
- Typhoons and bad storms will scatter weeds, stones, and wood around
- Your character can get a cold if out too much in a typhoon/blizzard
  especially if your stamina is low while outside & also if stay up in
  very bad weather
  - Makes character walk slow and use tons of stamina for actions
  - Buy Cold Medicine to remedy or make your own (see Cooking section)
  - Colds will not go away on their own. You can't sleep them off or
    use any "wake up" medicine other than Cold Medicine.

- Types of weather - Sunny, Cloudy, Rainy, Typhoon, Snow, Snowstorm
  - Typhoon – purple cloud, lightning bolts & raindrops, lots of crossing
    rain streaks outside
  - Thunderstorm – white cloud, lightning bolts, lots of rain streaks
    straight down outside
  - Rainy – white cloud, no lightning bolts, lots of raindrops, less rain
    streaks straight down outside

- Working in the rain or any bad weather will decrease your stamina faster
  - The worse the weather the faster your stamina will decrease
- Snow will not water your crops because it is not considered water
- Special Events only occur on sunny or cloudy days
- Most friendship gifts at your door and heart events will not occur on
  rainy days but some rival heart events will still occur
- Don't forget to catch the rare fish (Seasky/River) during typhoons and
  snowstorms even if the weather impairs your vision outside (sells high)
  and needed for lists/bookshelf
- Don't leave animals out in any bad weather (only sunny and cloudy) or
  they will get unhappy, angry, or sick (affects them the next day)
- You can take horses or ostriches out in any weather without any side
  effects if you saddle them up and ride out and into the barn. If you
  saddle them up from outside in bad weather or unsaddle them outside
  then they will suffer bad effects. You can dismount them and have them
  wait in the weather while you shop or do anything without any bad
  effects as long as you saddle and ride them from the barn and back
  into the barn when you are done (red barn icon above animals head).
  If you have the saddle in your pack, then you can whistle (A then B)
  to call them (you can be nearly anywhere on the map) and you will be
  immediately on horseback. Just be sure if it is bad weather to ride
  them in front of the barn door (red barn icon) before dismounting them.
- To change the weather: save your game before the evening forecast/TV
  on the previous day & reset if not the desired weather for the next day.
  Festivals will always be sunny.


Calendar:

- Unlike other Harvest Moon games in the past, you now have to buy the
  calendar
- The calendar shows lots of useful information including festivals
- There are 28 days to a month
- Calendar costs about 150 G - 220 G (different varieties)


Notices/Notice Board:

- There is a notice board in the Waffle Town Square that will notify you
  of events like festivals and new items at shops (press A)
- The mayor will also personally come to your house to invite you to
  festivals for the first year
- Shop menus also often have information to help you be informed
- Also, don't forget to use your bookshelf, TV, Telephone, and maps


Tracking Individuals:

- Tracking someone is a good way to meet them and learn their schedule
- Once you meet someone then you can use the pursuit/tracking option
- Go to the main menu and into the friendship list
- Press A on the person you want to track
- A circle with that person’s picture appears on the bottom left-hand of
  the screen
- Under the circle it will list where that person is at all times
- Around the circle rim it will have an arrow showing the direction you
  need to go to meet the individual
- You can track one individual at a time but you can also change the
  individual you are tracking to track someone else as many times as
  you want and whenever you want
- Houses are usually locked between 8pm-7am
- Sometimes individuals will stay home during rain/snow even if their
  business is open

Stamina/Fatigue:

Stamina
- You have only one bar in this Harvest Moon game: Stamina
- Rainbow bar is best-Full/Green bar is good/Red bar is worst
- The fuller the bar then the better the stamina you have
- A dangerously low stamina bar will be red-colored
- Working in the rain/bad weather will decrease your stamina faster
- Start off carefully so you don't pass out all the time
- You start with a 500 point stamina bar
- You can get a 1,000 point stamina bar by getting the 5
  power berries

- To refill your stamina bar:
  - Use the Hot Springs at the beginning of the game
  - Forage for edible items at the beginning of the game
  - If you can afford it, buy cooked dishes from places like the Inn
  - Cook and Eat food/dishes when you get a kitchen & utensils
  - Fish & cook on firewood stacks (bonfires - need the matches)

Fatigue
- You may also be effected by Fatigue
- Fatigue is caused from staying up past 6am without sleeping
- You can not stay up for 3 days in a row. At 6am on the 3rd day then
  you will be transported to bed (making you lose a whole day). You
  can "stay up past 3 days" if you jump in bed within those 3 days
  before 5:50am (which technically is going to sleep even if it is
  for one second). Using a stay awake or super stay awake will wake
  you up during the day you use it but it will still count 3 days
  until you are forced to sleep losing a whole day (no matter how
  many fatigue recovery items you use).
- Fatigue will slow your steps, make you stagger, use more stamina,
  and blue bubbles will rise from your character
- Use recovery items/drinks specifically for recovering fatigue
  if this happens (Vegetable Juice, 2 Tomato Juices, Stay Awake,
  Super Stay Awake)

Note: See Stamina/Fatigue section for more details.


Power Berries:

- There are 5 (each one increases stamina by 100 pts)

   - Fishing rod reaches level 3
     - Or lvl 4 if in child file and had lvl 3 in original file
     - Comes from rod level increase & not from type of fish caught

   - Ganache Mine/Sparkle on ground - 30th floor - press A at it
     - Bring hammer into mine to be able to descend floors
     - Go to the inner right side on the 30th floor to find shine

   - Hoe a lot of land and you get one (1,000 squares)
     - Can hoe any tillable land and even the same square repeatedly
     - Can take out tools in your own houses but you can not use
       tools in your houses

   - Getting any animal to 10 hearts
     - Berry given where you are when achieved doing what you were
       doing/any action that makes the animal's heart raise to 10
       at that instant

   - In center of Goddess Tree/Goddess Pond-Spring
     - You have to open path to Mt. Gelato 
     - see Opening Blocked Paths & Requirements section


   Note: You start with 500 stamina points. There are 5 power berries
       which gives you a total of 1,000 stamina points maximum.


More Wood when Chopping:

- When chopping down a tree, make sure there are no weeds around the tree
  that you are chopping so that a wood piece can land there and not
  disappear into the weed.


Getting Material Stone & Wood:

- When you break a boulder with a stone then it will make some smaller
  stones. You do NOT have to keep hammering on the smaller stones. Just
  pick them up off the ground. The smaller stones are material stones
  and are used for building requirements. When you pick up the stones
  then they will disappear (not put in rucksack) and you will be
  credited for the amount gathered (Hold C button, use control pad to
  scroll to Status/Lighthouse Icon, look under Ranch Tab at Lumber &
  Material Stone amounts).

- When you chop down a tree (tiny to full grown) then you will see
  small cut logs. You do NOT have to keep chopping them with the axe.
  Just pick them up off the ground. The smaller cut logs are material
  wood and are used for building requirements. When you pick up the
  small cut wood logs they will disappear (not put in rucksack) and
  you will be credited for the amount gathered (Hold C button, use
  control pad to scroll to Status/Lighthouse Icon, look under Ranch
  Tab at Lumber & Material Stone amounts).


Giving Gifts:

- You can give more than one gift per day but there is a cap
  - See Marriage or Villager sections for more details

Processing Flax:

- Get Taylor into town by doing 1st rainbow (green sprite: Daren)
  - He will arrive around Year 2/Spring (see Order of Moving In)
- Call supermarket and buy flax seeds from Taylor (Taylor's Seeds
  - grows in Spring) or get the flax yarn from Hannah at the Animal
  Festival (Spring 28)
- When the flax seeds have grown then put them into the yarn/thread
  maker to get Flax Yarn
- Flax keeps its grade (Shining Flax = Shining Flax Yarn)


The Passing of Time

- Time passes quickly
- Time still passes in all buildings except your own houses
- Time passes in the mines just as it would outside
- Time passes in your animal barn and chicken coop
- Time passes in all houses except your own houses
- Time stops when you open a menu, talk to someone, and charge tools
- Time stops when you open any shipping bin so you don’t lose time
  shipping items
- Time stops when you charge any tool except the fishing pole
  - Time does stop as you reel in your catch


Rucksacks (5 regular rucksacks/upgrades plus 1 journey rucksack)

Take ingredients to Tailor Shop:
- You start with 10 spaces in your rucksack
- 1st upgrade gives you 15 spaces (free at Tailor Shop)
- 2nd upgrade gives you 20 spaces (need 2 each of flax, thread, yarn)
- 3rd upgrade gives you 25 spaces (need 2 each of yellow flax, green
     thread, red yarn)
- 4th upgrade gives you 30 spaces (need 1 of each & all shining: flax,
     thread, yarn)

Take all ingredients to the Harvest Goddess:
- Journey Rucksack (Play as Child/Newgame+)
    - 1 Rare Metal, 1 Black Pearl, 1 Shining Flax Yarn, 1 Shining Wool Yarn

- Note: See Making Rucksacks at the end of the Cooking/Recipes section



Cost of Early 3rd & 4th Rucksack Upgrades

    Note: Silk is really processed into thread but the game calls it yarn

    Simon's Prices/Spring Flea Market/Spring 22 & Summer 22
    - Good Wool Yarn - 465 G

    Hannah's Prices/Animal Festival/Spring 28
    - Good Wool Yarn - 465 G
    - Good Flax Yarn - 540 G
    - Good Silk Yarn - 1050 G

    Rucksacks
    - 1: you have from start           - 10 spaces
    - 2: get for free from Tailor Shop - 15 spaces
    - 3: 2 good flax yarn   = 1,080 G  - 20 spaces
         2 good wool yarn   =   930 G
         2 good silk Yarn   = 2,100 G
                              -------
                              4,110 G - buy from Hannah

    - 4: 2 yellow flax yarn = 1,080 G  - 25 spaces
         2 red wool yarn    =   930 G
         2 green silk yarn  = 2,100 G
                              -------
                              4,110 G - buy from Hannah
                          (plus yw, rd, grn herb/flower)

    - 5: Get later - get barn and raise sheep/silkworm to get
         shining wool products         - 30 spaces

    - Flax is your main concern/only grows in Spring
      and only is available through Taylor's Seeds
    - Earliest possible time to grow first flax seed
      will be Year 2/Spring

Note: By collecting mushrooms & toadstools and mining
  nearly every day during Spring then you can get about
  1,000-2,000 G a day. This will give you enough money
  to do the 1st rainbow (see Rainbow section/about 6,000 G)
  and to buy ALL the Good Wool Yarn, Good Flax Yarn, and
  Good Silk Yarn for ALL rucksacks except the 5th upgrade
  rucksack which requires Shining products which are not
  sold by Hannah at the Animal Festival/Spring 28. Having
  all the products for up to 4 upgrades of the rucksacks
  gives you a huge boost early in the game. Otherwise, to
  get flax products then you would have to wait about one
  whole year to then finish the rucksack upgrades (Taylor
  moves in about Year 2/Spring - Buy Flax seed and grow it
  using the Happy Fertilizer to get Shining Flax and then
  process it in the yarn/thread maker, etc).



Shipping Bins

- All shipping bins have 18 spaces stackable with the same item up to 99
- All shipping bins are shared (what goes in one is in all bins)
- You typically won't run out of shipping space because of stacking
- There are many shipping bins scattered around the map
- You can not store tools or seeds in the shipping bin
- You can use the shipping bin for temporary storage so you don't have
  to run all the way back to one of your houses to store items
- You could store fish/gems/etc at one location, then go to your
  house and open up your shipping bin by your house and pull out
  all the fish/gems/etc that you wish to keep - allows you to fill
  up rucksack with items Plus get additional items out of the
  storage bin by your house
- All items inside will ship when you go to bed
- If you do not go to bed before 6am then they will be shipped
  at 6am - so remove any items you've stored that you want to keep
- You can ship items on any festivals/flea market/holidays and you
  will get paid for any items shipped on these days. No matter what
  you will always get money from items shipped the next day at 6am
  everyday you have shipped any items.


Shelf & Refrigerator

- You start with a small shelf & you can buy a fridge at the store
- You can buy additional &/or different refrigerators and shelves
- You can stack up to 99 items in each space for both refrigerators and
  shelves
- You can have more than one refrigerator and shelf in your house for
  additional storage
- Refrigerators and shelves/cabinets have the same storage capacities
  - Small: 18 spaces
  - Medium: 27 spaces
  - Large: 36 spaces


Islanders/Villagers Moving In - 1st Rainbow - Goddess Tree Quilt

- You need to do the 1st rainbow (Daren: Waffle Town Square/Tree) to
  allow people to start moving in to land areas

- To do the 1st rainbow then you will need to find two halves of the
  Harvest Goddess Quilt (Mayor has left half/Clock tower for right half)

- You can't just run and go get them. You have to follow a process.
  Along the way you will learn the Island's story. You can also read
  the two books in the library on the island history and about the quilt.
  - Town Hall upstairs in the library/2 books on Island History

- Hamilton will come to your house and then take you to his house to
  tell you the story of the island
  - After you ship about 1,000 G/Mayor comes to your door at 6am
- Hamilton will return a few days later, take you to his house, and give
  you the 1st half of the Goddess Tree Quilt
  - After you ship some more
- Go talk to Gill - he knows about quilt but won’t tell you about it yet
  - Upgrade your house to level 2
- Talk to Gill again - he tells you that the sprites took the other half and
  hid it
- Go talk to Dale & learn more about the clock tower in the town square
- Talk to Hamilton in his house, agree to fix the clock (gives you key)
  - Hamilton is in his house around 4:30pm or in the morning
  - You can use the tracker to track when he goes in his house
- Go to the clock tower and use the key (key in hand, face front, press A)
  to get the 2nd half of the quilt and Alan's Memo
- This allows you to start collecting rainbows

- Now go to the tree in the Town Square and water the flower beneath it to
  meet the green sprite named Daren who will give you a recipe:

  - Grilled Yam (Spring Flea Market - Spring 22 - buy from Maya)
    - Make sure to meet her before Spring 22 in the Town Square (on bench)
  - Carp (fish in river - common type of fish)
  - Good Herb Fish 
    (oven, 4 fish, 1 herb -- dish should be worth 300 G or not much more)
  - Common Seashell (on the beaches)
  - Apple (Spring Flea Market - Spring 22 - buy from Simon)


  - Save these items & take all 5 items to Daren to make the 1st rainbow
  - The breeze will start blowing and people will start moving in (1st & 15th
    of each month) starting with the tailor shop (Tailor Shop) and then
    1 person at a time after that.


Order of Moving In:

- The order people move in may be tied to what and when you do things on
  your farm & completing the 1st rainbow by Year 1/Spring's end but here
  is a general list:

  - Shelly, Candace, Luna/Tailor Shop - Year 1/Summer 1
  - Calvin - Year 1/Summer 15
  - Chase - Year 1/Fall 1
  - Phoebe - Year 1/Fall 15
  - Julius - Year 1/Winter 1
  - Taylor - Year 1/Winter 15
  - Gray - Year 2/Spring 1
  - Perry - Year 2/Spring 15
  - Paolo - Year 2/Summer 1

- Once someone moves onto Waffle Island then they will never move out again
- If you finish the 1st rainbow after the end of Spring then the people will
  just move in on the 1st and 15th of each month after you finish the 1st
  rainbow. You will not have to wait until Spring again.


Identifying Gem Trick:

- Ores/Wonderfuls from the mines are not identified until you take them to
  Mira at the shop
- Depending on the color and sparkles of the ore/wonderful then you can tell
  what they are most of the time by using a list
- This will save you valuable time, stamina, and effort in the mines
- See Identifying Gems List in the Mining section


Part-time Jobs:
- As long as a business is open then you can work at a part-time job there
- Working at part-time jobs gets you some money but not a whole lot of money
- The more hours you work then the more you get paid
- Go up to the front of the counter and press A
  - Going behind the counter is for talking to the person & not for buying
- Look through the menu and choose the part-time job/work option
- Your work time will start immediately and will not end until the end of
  the shop's business day and then you will get paid
- Usually your "work" is about 2-3 short auto-played working scenes
- Know how long the shop is in business for before you start the part-time
  job or you may be surprised how late you worked

  - Waffle Town:
    - Sundae Inn - 9am to 5pm - Closed Sunday
    - Sundae Inn Bar - 6pm to Midnight - Closed Sunday
    - General Store - 9am to 6pm - Closed Monday
    - Meringue Clinic - 8am to 5pm - Closed Monday
    - Tailor Shop - 9am to 6pm - Closed Sunday
    - On The Hook - 6am to 10pm - Closed Monday

  - Waffle Town Square:
    - Town Hall - 8am to 5pm - Closed Sunday

  - Ganache Mining Area:
    - Souffle Farm - 7am to 5pm - Closed Saturday
    - Ramsey's Blacksmith - 8am to 5pm - Closed Monday
    - Carpentry Shop - 9am to 6pm - Closed Saturday

  - Brownie Ranch:
    - Brownie Ranch - 9am to 6pm - Closed Monday

  - Toucan Island (Southern Island):
    - Pineapple Inn - 8am to 8pm - never closed
      - Inaccessible Mondays when Ferry closed

- Working a part-time job does not use up any of your stamina or fatigue
- Part-time jobs will slightly increase the friendship points for those
  who own or work at the business where you completed the part-time job.
- If you excessively work at part-time jobs (especially repeatedly at
  the same business) then you may get an individual who you haven't met
  yet appearing with a gift at your door. This means that you have raised
  that person's heart level to a level 2. This does not mean that you
  can now go meet the person. He/she is not actually on the island yet.
  To be permanently on the island the individual must have come on the
  ferry which will trigger a response of a "new person" arriving and it
  must be the new person arriving announcement specifically for that
  individual.



===================================
   Basic Story-line Walkthrough
===================================

- Remember to talk to all characters to hear new things they
  have to say as any and all events are taking place

- Usually characters will say new things for about 5 days
  after events take place before returning to saying usual
  things

- Rancher/Farmer: I know that you are a "rancher" and you are running a
  "Ranch" in this game but I was taught that a ranch specifically entailed
  ranch animals and that a farm was crops and animals. So in this guide I
  will use the word Farm instead of Ranch on most occasions. You may have
  been taught different and use the word Ranch instead of farm. It is all
  fine either way.

- As the story unfold, various people will give you books. You can read
  all of these books (& the other books you buy) by pressing A at your
  bookshelf in your home ... once you have a house.
  


Pascal's Ship:
--------------

- The Farm Plan: Year 1/Spring 1
  - You have found an ad for a Farm Plot
  - You decide to move to Rainbow Sash Island
  - You board Pascal's Ship to journey there
  - He asks you random questions on your journey
  - This enables you to name your character among
    other things

    - Name
      - Type it in (or use default button)

    - Birthday (season - click choice)
      - Spring
      - Summer
      - Fall
      - Winter

    - Birthday (day - click choice)
      - Early (day 1-9)
      - Middle
      - Late

    - Food you like (How some people react to you)
      - Vegetables 
      - Eggs & Milk 
      - Fish


- Shipwreck:
  - Just as you see the Island in the distance you run into
    a typhoon
  - Pascal tells you to follow him into the ship for safety
  - You black out

- Goddess Dream:
  - While blacked out, the Harvest Goddess comes to you in a
    dream
  - Will you help her? Of course!

- Saves your game


Sundae Inn:
-----------

- Saved for a New Beginning: Year 1/Spring 2 (10 am)
  (really still the first day)

  - Time is not physically running at this point so feel free to look
    around and take your time through this section
  - You awake, stretch and get up from bed
  - You are at Sundae Inn on Waffle Island
  - You can now control your character
  - Run around and explore
  - When you get downstairs a cutscene will play out
  - You will find out that the townspeople rescued you
    and you have been asleep for a while
  - You will tell/ask them about a beautiful lady (Goddess Dream)
  - The ladies have a round of "must have been me"
  - You don't think so
  - Once you go outside then Mayor Hamilton will greet you
  - You have the option of going for a tour of the town
  - I suggest you choose it out of the 3 options available, but
    you can play around with the other options (tour on own, no thanks)
    - Hamilton, you rock! = Tour with Hamilton
    - Yes, please = Tour on own
    - Leave me alone! = no thanks

  - If you choose to take a tour with the mayor then the button controls
    will be explained plus an overview of the town will play and you will
    now be able to open a map with the (+) button

    - Do you know much about Waffle Town?
      - Not Much = briefly explain everything/including button controls
      - Huh? = Repeat what you previously said
      - Of course! = I don't want any explanations

  - Now go say hi to everyone in Waffle Town and then go see the mayor

    - You can't leave the village until this is completed

    - Time is still not physically running but it oddly jumps from 10am
      on Year 1/Spring 2 to 1pm Year 1/Spring 1/Sunday - so Technically
      the ship & the 1st day at Sundae Inn will be concidered
      Year 1/Spring 1

    - You can say hi to the white cat, small white dog, and flop-eared
      dog (press A at animals 3 times each - introduce/heart/music note).
      You can also run around and read all the signs and look at all the
      map section of Waffle Island by pressing (+) and looking under all
      the tabs/pages. Nothing will be on the beaches and you don't have
      a fishing pole yet so you can't fish while the time is stopped.
      You can also look at all the furniture and decorations in the
      accessible buildings (houses are not open right now). A lot of the
      furniture and cooking utensils you will be able to purchase later.

      - Waffle Town:
        - Sundae Inn - Moon sign
        - On The Hook - Fish sign
        - General Store - Gear sign
        - Meringue Clinic - Syringe sign

      - Go meet everyone:
        - Sundae Inn - Jake, Colleen, and Yolanda
        - Town Hall - Elli and Kathy 
          - Unlock Brownie Ranch Area to meet Kathy again after today
        - General Store - Simon, Barbara (gives you Island Guide: Vol 1)
        - Meringue Clinic - Jin and Irene
        - Waffle Town Square - Gill
        - On The Hook (fish shop) - Ozzie (gives you Beginning Fishing)
        - Pier (outside On The Hook) - Pascal
          - You can also meet the white cat here/day

      - The visual tour (no people to meet) also includes:
        - Town Hall (meet Gin, Elli, Kathy - see above)
          - You can meet the small white dog here
        - The Goddess Church
        - The Mayor's House (already met him)
        - Yolanda's House (meet her in Sundae Inn today)
        - Empty house (later becomes the Tailor Shop)
        - The Lighthouse
          - You can meet the flop-eared dog here/day
        - The Ferry (Meet Pascal in front of the pier)

      - A few of the controls are explained:

        - Wii-mote
          - (+) = Open map & see your location
          - (c) = Open rucksack
          - Hold (c) = Open general menu
          - (-) = basic controls screen
          - (A) = Interactions

        - Classic Controller
          - (x) = Open rucksack
          - (y) = Open general menu
          - (A) = Interactions
          - (-) = basic controls screen

  - The mayor tells you to go back to Sundae Inn to rest
  - Save your game (now says Year 1/Spring 2 at 10am)

  - You will awaken the next day (Year 1/Spring 2: 10am/Monday)
  - Time is still frozen
  - The mayor greets you at the Sundae Inn door and gives you a tour
    of the area outside Waffle Town

    - What is my name?
      - Hilton
      - Hamilton (this answer gets friend points)
      - Sheraton

    - Stay on this island?
      - Yes (this answer gets friend points)
      - No (this answer goes to more pleading with a black screen
           as if the game is over and then he comes back with "joking"
           and he doesn't let you leave because "you will like it here"

    Tour of Area:
    - Maple Lake Area (including Goddess Church)
    - Ganache Mine Area (Souffle Farm)

  - The mayor will tell you that you will stay at Souffle Farm while
    he builds you a house (apparently they didn't know you were coming
    but they will put you to work as a helper on the farm ... Good luck!)


Souffle Farm:
--------------

- Let's get workin' (Interactive Tutorial)
  - Go inside and meet Craig and Ruth the owners of Souffle Farm
  - You will work at Souffle Farm for about 2 days
  - This is called the Homestay
  - This gives you an option to work
  - This also gives you the Hoe & Watering Can

    - Day 1: Year 1/Spring 2/Monday
      - Weed a field (timed/get basic Watering Can)/1pm-3pm 
        (seconds real time)
      - Water all the strawberries/3pm-5pm 
        (seconds real time)
      - Go back in to Souffle Farm Shop
        - Meet Anissa (gives you Farming for Beginners)
      - Talk to Ruth who sends you to bed to rest
      - Save your game

    - Day 2: Year1/Spring 3/Tuesday
      - Wake up/walk into main Souffle Farm Shop room/Ruth Cutscene
      - Go talk to Craig who puts you to work again
      - Harvest all the strawberries (timed)/10am-1pm (seconds real time)
      - Deliver strawberries to neighbors (timed/Craig's Strawberries)
        1pm-6pm  (seconds real time)
        - Maple Lake Area (learn area)
        - Yolanda (next to Toby's house)
        - Jin (near church - on top of stairway that leads up a hill)
        - Gill (beside the church)
      - You can give a strawberry to Anissa to up her friendship but it
        will not count towards delivering the strawberries & may subtract
        from a job well done (less money earned) so just say hi without
        giving her a strawberry
      - If you don't deliver the strawberries to all 3 people then you
        won't get full pay for the job
      - When done delivering strawberries then go tell Ruth you are done
      - You will now go to bed
      - The Harvest Goddess will appear in your dream
      - Save your game

    - Day 3: Year 1/Spring 4/Wednesday/10am

    - Wake up at Souffle Farm and go into the main room again
    - The mayor is there talking with Ruth
    - You tell the mayor about your dream of the Harvest Goddess
    - After the dream discussion then the mayor will give you an option
      of having one of the 3 starting farm plots for free
      - Seaside Plot
      - Town Plot
      - Hilltop Plot
      - All farm plots unbought are available for 4,500 G each at the
        Town Hall including the additional Mountain Plot 
      - See Farm Lots section for more details 
        - Choose carefully
        - This will be your 1st Farm Lot
        - This will determine where your spouse, child, & pets stay
        - You must also build a barn & chicken coop here only
        - Your house, barn, & chicken coop are preset on each farm lot so
          you can not choose where to put them and there will only be one
          barn and one chicken coop on your 1st farm lot ONLY
    - Congratulations! This is your new house!
    - You will probably start off with the Simple style house and some
      Simple style furniture - so if you want to complete the set then
      just keep buying the Simple style - you can always move it to
      another house later
    - Walk across the main room and Ruth will stop you
    - You will get paid 360 G or less (depending on how well you did
      all the jobs given you over the days) plus gain a bag of potato
      seeds for completing the homestay (potato & pot = stamina or grow
      and ship for money for more seeds) (Mayor also likes potatoes)
      (Potato & Frying Pan = Stir-fry for stamina/good shipping money)
    - Walk out of Souffle Farm Shop's front door
    - Try to walk out of Souffle Farm area and Craig will stop you
    - Craig will give you the basic Hoe
    - Then Mayor Hamilton will show up and give you two books
      (Building Basics and About Furniture) when he shows you your
      new house (house level 1)
    - You may get two books named Building Basics - one from the mayor
      and one from Dale but they are the same book and only one copy
      will show up on your bookshelf
    - It is now Day 4: Year 1/Spring 4/Wednesday/12pm (noon)

    - You are now free to do whatever you want!
    - You can work part-time jobs at businesses to get some money
    - You can go get a free fishing rod from Toby (On The Hook - fish co./
      Waffle Town Beach/Cream Beach) and start fishing
    - Wow! So many things to start doing!

      - The 1st thing I suggest doing is going to every accessible place
        and talking with every available person inside and outside of
        buildings - this will go far in unlocking areas and start sequences
        that will help you a lot in the beginning (& don't forget to press
        A at the root of the Ganache Mine entrance before you speak to Dale)

      - If you are playing your child in this game (newgame+) then you will
        already have a level 3 hammer and can go hammer the boulder to
        unlock Brownie Ranch. If this is your first game or you are not
        playing a child file then you probably won't have the necessary time
        to get your hammer to level 3 before the Animal Festival/Spring 28
        (unless you are using your hammer extensively - boulders or mining).
        In that case, just wait until Spring 28 and the game will open the
        path way for you so that you can attend the Animal Festival. If you
        do break the boulder to Brownie Ranch early (Kathy greets/thanks you)
        then be sure to meet Renee so she will be at the Animal Festival
        selling at her booth that same month. 

      - Till field
      - Plant seeds
      - Water crops
      - Build barn
      - Build chicken coop
      - Level up skill on tools (use them a lot)
      - Fish
      - Forage
      - Ship items
      - Work part-time jobs at shops
      - Build relationships (people & pets)
      - Start buying Telephone, TV, TV Guide, Calendar (star farm rank 1)
      - Explore
      - Open new areas
      - Upgrading
      - ... and too many more to mention

  - During all this, you need to continue on with the storyline by
    making 5 rainbows which connects the land pieces and save the Island
    and Harvest Goddess by growing the Goddess Tree


Suggestions for Early Beginnings:

  - I suggest getting the 1st rainbow done immediately so that the
    Tailor Shop will move in and then other people will follow. If you
    then wish to go slowly with the game then you will at least have
    all the main characters moving onto the island. There is no rush
    to get married (no set year - you could marry at year 50 or beyond
    if you wished) but you do need to be careful about your rival
    marrying your choice of spouse if your spouse has a rival. See
    Marriage section.

  - Also work on getting the rucksack upgrades early

  - You can also buy the mix seed bags per each season to unlock crops
    and other growable items that would not normally be available to buy

  - Be careful to not use up all your stamina or you will collaspe and
    end up in Meringue Clinic where doctor Jin will lecture you for
    working too hard and you will lose precious starting time

  - Attend every festival and talk to everyone there to unlock mini-games
    and buy hard to make or rare items sold there especially at the start

    - REMEMBER that you have to trigger the introduction scene (met the
      person) of all the people that will have booths at the flea
      markets and festivals or else THEY WILL NOT be there selling items
      at their booth. Trigger their introduction scenes at least the day
      before the flea market or festival that they will be selling at a
      booth. They must also have already moved onto the island by coming
      on the ferry to the island (meet them - see Villagers section and
      look under their name to find info on where to meet them).

    - Note that working excessively at shops where the arriving person will
      work may trigger the person to come to your door on a sunny day with
      a gift (usually the 2nd heart gift). This is because working at shops
      slightly increases friendship with all those related to the shop. So
      if you work excessively at a shop then it is possible to raise 2
      heart levels with an individual that has not yet arrived on the island.
      This does not mean that the person is now on the island. They have to
      have come on the ferry to permanently live on the island and be at
      flea markets and festivals.

  - Probably the 1st two powerberries you can get will be the one at the
    bottom of Ganache Mines (30th floor) and the one from the fishing pole
    (level up skill to level 3). Those will help with stamina. 

  - Also, try to level up tools (do more work easier) and upgrade your tool
    materials (using tools uses less stamina):

    - Basic Watering Can: received already from Craig
    - Basic Hoe: received already from Craig
    - Basic Fishing Pole: receive from Toby at Waffle Town Beach near
        On The Hook
    - Basic Sickle: receive from Cain when Brownie Ranch opens
      - Skill level 3 Hammer/hammer boulder or wait till Spring 28/auto open
    - Basic Hammer: Ganache Mines/Blacksmith Shop from Owen
      - Walk past Blacksmith Shop going West to East to get cutscene
    - Basic Axe: Talk to Dale at Carpenter Shop then go to Praline Forest
      - Receive from Luke (cutscene at Praline Forest) upper northeast past
        Carpentry Shop and Blacksmith's

  - Start saving money for Spring Flea Market and Animal Festival
    - To buy some 1st Rainbow recipe items (gets people moving onto island)
    - To buy Happy Fertilizer for high-quality crops
    - To buy Flax, Wool, and Thread products from Hannah for 3rd & 4th
        Rucksacks
    - To get a jumpstart on beginning of game
      - Fishing, mining, foraging, part-time jobs 
      - Don't forget mushroom gathering in mines

  - Buy level 1 Barn & Chicken Coop

     - Animal Barn (level 1): 3,000 G, 12 stone, 12 wood lumber

     - Has 6 stalls
     - Holds 6 livestock (sheep/goat/cow/horse/ostrich)
     - Contains Yarn Maker/Dye Pot/Cheese Maker/Butter Maker)
       - If purchased (processes items one-at-a-time/not entire stack)


     - Chicken Coop (level 1): 2,400 G, 10 stone, 10 wood lumber

       - Holds 8 chickens/ducks plus 6 silkworms = 14 total
       - Has 6 purple raised silkworm trays (feeds 8)
       - Has 2 blue lower chicken/duck trays (feeds 4)
         - Hand feed rest or let all/others out to pasture daily
       - Contains (Mayonnaise Maker)
         - If purchased (processes items one-at-a-time/not entire stack)


  - Buy level 2 Barn and Chicken Coop (no more upgrades)

     - Animal Barn upgrade (level 2): 6,000 G, 22 stone, 22 wood lumber

       - Has 8 stalls 
       - Holds 8 livestock (sheep/goat/cow/horse/ostrich)
       - Contains Yarn Maker/Dye Pot/Cheese Maker/Butter Maker)
         - If purchased (processes items one-at-a-time/not entire stack)


     - Chicken Coop upgrade (level 2): 4,800 G, 22 stone, 22 wood
 
       - Holds 10 chickens/ducks & 8 silkworms = 18 total
       - Has 8 purple raised silkworm trays (feeds 8)
       - Has 2 longer blue lower chicken/duck trays (feeds 6)
         - Hand feed rest or let all/others out to pasture daily
       - Contains (Mayonnaise Maker)
         - If purchased (processes items one-at-a-time/not entire stack)

       - While the coop can hold up to 18 you may only want 12 or less
         in one building considering space and time
       - It is better to let all ducks/chickens out to pasture to feed
         on sunny & cloudy days (even in winter). Most of your time will
         be consumed with trying to pick up products and feed the right
         fowl as you pull your hair out unless you let them out to feed.
       - Always hand feed or tray feed the silkworms as they can not go
         outside.

     Note: 
      An egg in the coop incubator takes one available bird space.
      An ostrich egg in the barn incubator takes one available space.
      Expected baby animal arrival takes one available animal space.


  - Don't forget to start shipping crop products and animal products to raise
    the star farm ranks of your farm which then raise the shop ranks so they
    offer more crop related products and animals/animal related products
    - General Store and Souffle Farm both can have up to 3 star ranks and
      both start the game off with one star rank.
    - Your horse requires an Animal star farm rank of 2 to be able to buy it
      from Brownie Ranch and then it takes a full season to grow up so you
      can ride it (so start early). Raise the horses hearts to increase its
      speed. An ostrich takes a 3 star rank before it is sold at Brownie
      Ranch. You will definitely want a faster way to get around as soon
      as possible.

  - Meet Mira at the graveyard by the church (west & back from church) so
    she will open up the accessories and gem/ore inspection/appraisal at
    the blacksmith's shop (right side/inside).

  - Meet Maya (golden/orange hair) at Waffle Town Square so she will be at
    the Spring Flea Market selling at her booth (gives you Cooking & You).

  - Meet Renee at Brownie Ranch (after boulder gone/broken) so she will be
    selling at her booth at the Animal Festival. Also, at 1 heart and after
    completing the 1st rainbow than go back to the windmill at Brownie
    Ranch to trigger the windmill cutscene (for both girl & boy characters,
    for boy character this will be her 5th heart request).

  - Meet all other characters as they move in. Don't forget to meet Sampson
    and Sue on Toucan Island (take ferry) after 1st rainbow completed.



Rainbows & Goddess Tree:
------------------------

This is a simplified explanation on rainbows/sprites:

- There are 5 rainbows that you need to make re-appear plus the Harvest
  Goddess Tree. Each rainbow has a corresponding sprite badge that you
  will recieve when you bring the rainbow recipes to each of the sprites
  and they make the rainbows (all except Ben who needs help finding his
  badge).

- This is essentially the gist/walkthrough of the game -- reviving the
  island.

- Of course, like any other Harvest Moon game, there is a WHOLE lot of
  in-between things going on and everything is tied to each other to
  complete tasks so it is not as easy as it sounds.

- You literally "make" each rainbow
  - Since you can have more than one fridge and more than one shelf per
    house then you may want to reserve one fridge and one shelf for
    the entire list of rainbow items so that you don't accidently use
    them for other things
  - See the entire rainbow recipe list under the Cooking section

- Each rainbow has a specific sprite associated with it and that sprite
  will give you a recipe to "make"

    - Daren: green sprite - Waffle Town (opens West Gull Island & Ferry)
    - Ben: blue sprite - Maple Lake Area (Opens base/middle of Mt. Gelato)
    - Collin: yellow sprite - Gull Island (opens East Gull Island)
    - Alan: red sprite - Brownie Ranch (Opens summit of Mt. Gelato)
    - Edge: purple sprite - Mt. Gelato (Opens top of Goddess tree)

- Basically, the recipe is a list of needed items - some cooked, some not,
  etc. 

- See the Rainbow Recipe Collection List for an easy list of all
  items needed for all the rainbows. They are all also listed below.

- When you get these items (some rare), then you go back to the specific
  sprite with the items in your rucksack and re-water the flower under the
  specific sprite tree (watering flower allows you to talk to and interact
  with the sprite). This then gives the items to the sprite who makes the
  rainbow appear.

- At the end of completing the 5 sprite trees/rainbows then you need to
  revive the Goddess Tree (has about 3 stages/steps to it). This also opens
  up Empire Falls/Secret Cave (hole behind Caramel Falls).

- Then you have the option of passing on your rucksack to your child (once
  you make the special rucksack - newgame+) or playing your original file
  forever.

- You can run through the basic reviving part of the game for a entailed
  but shorter version of the game OR you can finish everything else left
  undone in the game (there will still be a lot).

- You have to do the 1st rainbow (green sprite: Daren) before you can do
  any of the other rainbows.

- You will want to be gathering all the 5 rainbows ingredients throughout
  the game and save them to give to the sprites as needed. If you wait to
  get the items for each rainbow recipe later then it will take longer
  because a lot of the items are only available in certain seasons.

- Mt. Gelato path might need to be open to do rainbows 2-5.

- To complete Ben's (blue sprite) rainbow recipe, you will need to finish
  Collin's (yellow sprite) rainbow recipe.



Rainbow 1: Daren: green sprite - Waffle Town Square
---------------------------------------------------

- Connects to West Gull Island
- Restores weather which opens the ferry
  - People can now start coming to the island
  - You can take the ferry to Toucan Island

- You need to do the 1st rainbow to allow people to start moving in to
  land areas. 



Islanders/Villagers Moving In - 1st Rainbow - Goddess Tree Quilt

- You need to do the 1st rainbow (Daren: Waffle Town Square/Tree) to
  allow people to start moving in to land areas

- To do the 1st rainbow then you will need to find two halves of the
  Harvest Goddess Quilt (Mayor has left half/Clock tower for right half)

- You can't just run and go get them. You have to follow a process.
  Along the way you will learn the Island's story. You can also read
  the two books in the library on the island history and about the quilt.
  - Town Hall upstairs in the library/2 books on Island History

- Hamilton will come to your house and then take you to his house to 
  tell you the story of the island
  - After you ship about 1,000 G/Mayor comes to your door at 6am
- Hamilton will return a few days later, take you to his house, and give
  you the 1st half of the Goddess Tree Quilt
  - After you ship some more
- Go talk to Gill - he knows about quilt but won’t tell you about it yet
  - Upgrade your house to level 2 
  - Level 2 House: 16 Stone + 18 Wood Lumber + 3,000 G
  - Takes 2 days to build after ordered from Carpentry Shop
- Talk to Gill again - he tells you that the sprites took the other half
  and hid it
- Go talk to Dale & learn more about the clock tower in the town square
- Talk to Hamilton in his house, agree to fix the clock (gives you key)
  - Try to catch him earlier in the morning rather than later at night
- Go to the clock tower and use the key (key in hand, face front, press A)
  to get the 2nd half of the quilt and Alan's Memo
- This allows you to start collecting rainbows

- Now go to the tree in the Town Square and water the flower beneath it to
  meet the green sprite named Daren who will give you a recipe:

  - Grilled Yam 
    - Spring Flea Market/Spring 22 (or Summer Flea Market/Summer 22)
    - Buy from Maya (meet her before Spring 22 - Town Square/on bench)
    - Costs 165 G
    - OR in Fall - Souffle Farm/3 star rank/buy Perfect Yam/grill on beach
      - Costs 180 G

  - Carp 
    - Fish in river 
    - More rare type of fish

  - Good Herb Fish (or superior dish of same type)
    - 4 fish, 1 herb, Oven
      OR
    - 2 Salmon (Caramel Falls), 1 Green Herb, Oven
    - Dish should be worth/sell for around 300 G
    - Daren will accept Good Herb Fish/Perfect Herb Fish/Shining Herb Fish

    Note: The Oven/Normal or Country sells for 2,550 G at the General Store.
      You probably won't have the level 5 house yet that lets you put all
      the cooking utensils on the counter. So, use the end table/furniture
      option to remove and place cooking utensils on the counter so that
      the oven is available to use to cook the Good Herb Fish dish. You can
      rotate all the cooking utensils this way and still use them all when
      you don't have room for them all on the counter. The General Store is
      open 9am-6pm, closed Mondays.

  - Common Seashell 
    - On most beaches
    - regenerates new shells/items on beaches every few days if previous
      items are picked up

  - Apple 
    - Spring Flea Market/Spring 22 
    - Buy from Simon
    - Costs 225 G
    - OR in Fall - Souffle Farm/3 star rank/buy Apple
      - Costs 225 G

  - Save these items & take all 5 items to Daren to make the 1st rainbow
    - Also bring the watering can with water in it to water the flower twice

  - The breeze will start blowing and people will start moving in (1st &
    15th of each month) starting with the tailor shop (Tailor Shop) and
    then 1 person at a time after that.

  - Cost if you buy everything for 2 pieces of quilt and 1st rainbow:
    - Grilled Yam: 165 G
    - Apple: 225 G
    - Oven/Normal or Country (both cheapest): 2,550 G
    - Level 2 house (besides 16 stone/18 wood): 3,000 G
    -- Grand Total: 5,940 G

  - The order people move in may be tied to what and when you do things on
    your farm & completing the 1st rainbow by Year 1/Spring's end but here
    is a general list:

    - Shelly, Candace, Luna/Tailor Shop - Year 1/Summer 1
    - Calvin - Year 1/Summer 15
    - Chase - Year 1/Fall 1
    - Phoebe - Year 1/Fall 15
    - Julius - Year 1/Winter 1
    - Taylor - Year 1/Winter 15
    - Gray - Year 2/Spring 1
    - Perry - Year 2/Spring 15
    - Paolo - Year 2/Summer 1


Rainbow 2: Ben: blue sprite - Maple Lake Area
----------------------------------------------

- Connects to base/middle of Mt. Gelato

- Next you will meet Ben
  - Water the flower by/under his sprite tree (recipe)
  - Collect all his ingredients and water the flower again (rainbow)
  - Once he makes the rainbow then water his flower yet again (river)
  - Now go do Collin's rainbow and then return to Ben & water again
    (talks about badge) (You can just cross Collin's rainbow & get badge
    if you want without traveling back to Ben at this point)
  - Go get badge, bring it back to Ben, & now you can cross Ben's rainbow


- Ben has lost his badge and wants you to find it for him. You can't
  access Mt. Gelato quite yet. Do the following to complete this
  rainbow:
  - Talk to Ben
  - Make the recipe and give all recipe items to Ben
  - Rainbow will appear but you can't climb it yet
  - Go finish the yellow sprite's rainbow
  - Talk to Ben again
  - Ben will remember that he lost the badge in the river
  - Go walk over the yellow sprite's rainbow from West Gull Island to
    East Gull Island
  - Find the badge there (walk up to shining spot for cutscene/beach)
  - Return and talk to Ben again
  - Now you can walk over Ben's rainbow to Mt. Gelato
  

  - Plain Omelet
    - Egg, Butter, Frying Pan
      - Butter: any milk, Butter Maker
      - Or buy Good Butter from Brownie Ranch
    - Or buy from Simon at Spring & Summer Flea Markets

  - Green Herb 
    - Forage
    - Praline Forest, Brownie Ranch Meadow, Waffle Town/near Yolanda's

  - Good Tomato (or superior of same type)
    - Grow/Summer 
    - Or buy at Fall Harvest Festival
    - Ben will accept Good Tomato, Perfect Tomato, Shining Tomato

  - Grilled Eggplant 
    - grill on beach/firewood stack
    - grow eggplant/Fall/Variety Seed Bag
      or buy Decent Eggplant/150 G/Souffle Farm
      or buy Perfect Eggplant/3 star rank/210 G/Souffle Farm/Fall

  - Char 
    - Common fish 
    - Catch in Caramel Falls
    - OR Toby will give you a Char when he reaches 2 hearts (sunny/cloudy)
      - Toby likes grilled fish/grill on beach or buy at On The Hook


Rainbow 3: Collin: yellow sprite - West Gull Island
---------------------------------------------------

- Connects to East Gull Island

- Take Daren's (Waffle Town Square) rainbow to get to West Gull Island

- Complete this rainbow and return to Ben's (blue sprite) rainbow


  - Saury 
    - Fish 
    - Catch in ocean in Fall & Winter
    - Or any cat at 4 hearts will give you a Saury as a gift (sunny/cloudy)

  - Blue Wonderful 
    - Bring hammer and mine at Ganache Mines
    - Any blue colored wonderful - not inspected/appraised
    - Use one that has no sparkles/less valuable gem

  - Perfect Spinach 
    - Grow/Fall
    - Keep all weeds away from crop/decreases the grade
    - use most upgraded fertilizer/Happy Fertilizer 

  - Red Wool Yarn 
    - Good Wool Yarn, Red Herb or any red flower, Dyeing Pot
    - Buy a Yarn/Thread Maker at the General Store
      - A Dye Pot will come with the purchase

    - Get Decent/Good Wool from sheep (less expensive)
      & process it in Yarn/Thread Maker & then dye it in the
      Dye Pot with a Red Herb

    - Or Buy Good Wool Yarn at Animal Festival/Spring 28 & 
      dye it in the Dye Pot with a Red Herb (more expensive)

    - Or from Simon at Spring 22/Summer 22 Flea Market (Good Wool Yarn)
      

  - Banana 
    - Get from Toucan Island/Pineapple Inn/Sampson
    - Or forage on Toucan Island
    - can't grow this on farm fields


Rainbow 4: Alan: red sprite - leader - Brownie Ranch
----------------------------------------------------

- Connects to Summit of Mt. Gelato


  - Wood Fish 
    - Rare fish 
    - Catch/night with skill 3/Gold Pole in Goddess Pond/Spring
    
  - Green Bell Flower 
    - Grow/Winter 
    - Buy seeds from Sampson/Toucan Island/Pineapple Inn
    - Or buy seeds from Taylor's Seeds if Taylor is on island 
    - Or buy seeds from Craig at Fall Harvest Festival

  - Toadstools 
    - Dotted mushroom 
    - Bring hammer and pick up off ground in any Mines

  - Carrot Cake 
    - Egg, Breadfruit, Milk, Butter, Carrot, Oven
      - Carrot seeds: Fall Variety Bag  & Taylor's Seeds
      - Good Carrot: buy from Craig at Harvest Festival
    - Or buy Carrot Cake from Elli at Fall & Winter Flea Markets 

  - Ostonnaise
    - Raise an ostrich & put its egg in the mayonnaise maker
    - Or buy Ostonnaise from Maya at Spring & Summer Flea Market 



Rainbow 5: Edge: purple sprite - Mt. Gelato
------------------------------------------------

- Connects to Top of Goddess Tree

- 1st trip up to top just leads to a dead end in the clouds
- Talk to Edge again and he will want you to meet the Harvest Goddess
  to find out what to do (automatic/cutscene)
- Climb the highest peak (Mt. Gelato Summit) to meet her in a dream
- She asks you to find the Seedling of Hope and plant it where the old
  Harvest Goddess Tree used to stand
- You will automatically wake up in your house the next day
- Now go find the Seedling of Hope!


  - Tuna 
    - Rare fish 
    - Catch in ocean Spring/Fall/Winter with silver/gold pole
    - High fishing level

  - Snowflake Flower 
    - Grow/Winter
    - Buy seeds from Souffle Farm
    - Or buy Snowflake Flower from Candace at Spring & Summer Flea Markets

  - Perfect Honeydew
    - Grow/Summer
    - Buy seeds from Souffle Farm
      - Or buy actual Perfect Honeydew when Souffle Farm upgraded
    - Use Happy Fertilizer (highest fertilizer)

  - Lapis Lazuli 
    - Rare blue wonderful with one shine
    - Inspected/appraised blue wonderful from Ganache Mines
    - Or look in the gift box at the beach behind Mayor Hamilton's House
      near lighthouse at the start of the game

  - Red Honey 
    - Plant any red flowers (at least one bag)
    - On a sunny day watch for a bee hovering above fully grown red
      flower and harvest it immediately
    - Usually you will get Red Honey or Royal Jelly (keep the Red Honey)


Goddess Tree: Finding the Seedling of Hope
------------------------------------------

- 1st Stage: 1st Seedling (Lighthouse)
  - You can talk to all the villagers and they will make comments
    about the Seedling of Hope but Jin is who you need to talk to
  - Talk to Jin inside Meringue Clinic when he is not sitting down
  - He will tell you that he found a strange seedling by the
    lighthouse (white/winding trunk) & tell you to go look at it
  - Go up the lighthouse stairs and examine the lighthouse and then
    go back down the stairs again (keep examining it from every
    angle until the cutscene triggers
  - You will find a seedling (Jin will now be there & wish you luck)
  - Plant it where the Goddess Tree used to stand
    (Harvest Goddess Spring/Goddess Pond)
    - Equip the seedling and walk into the center of the old Harvest
      Goddess Tree (hollow tree circle) and press A to plant it
  - But it dies
  - You realize it was not the Seedling of Hope
  - Go search for another seedling by talking to the villagers

  - Dale and Jin have a conversation outside Meringue Clinic
  - Talk to Jin inside Meringue Clinic when he is not sitting down


- 2nd Stage: 2nd Seedling (Ganache Mine/Mural of the Tree)
  - Be sure to save your game at this point before going to the 10th
    floor of the Ganache Mines because you may hit the Calvin Glitch
    if he is at or above 5 hearts (no freezing happened with Calvin
    at 5 hearts - 1st time down since Calvin at 5 hearts)
  - This time you need to talk to Calvin (1st floor/Ganache Mines)
  - Talk to Calvin who tells you he found a seedling
  - It might be the Midas Seedling or the Goddess Tree Seedling
  - Go to the 10th floor of Ganache Mines to meet him there
  - On the 10th floor he gives you the seedling (brown/crooked)
  - Go plant it where the Goddess Tree used to stand (Goddess Pond)
  - The tree dies & Calvin who was standing behind you when you planted
    the tree surprises you (He's a good guy. He came to make sure that
    the tree would not live because it would bring greed and destruction
    into the world.)
  - Calvin tells you the story of the Midas Tree & says it is alright &
    to go find another seedling
  - You realize it was not the Seedling of Hope
  - Go search for another seedling by talking to the villagers

- 3rd Stage: 3rd Seedling (Secret Key, Secret Door, Mayor's Garden)
  - Go see Gill who tells you there is something in his back yard
    but you have to go talk to his dad (mayor) for more details
  - When you talk to Mayor Hamilton during the day he will not tell you
  - You have to talk to the mayor at night when he is at the Sundae Inn
    Bar (about 6pm, Mon/Wed/Sat)
  - Ask him about the seedling first/he will be evasive
    - "The seedling? What?"
  - Ask him next about the secret and you will get a options menu
    - "WHAT'S a secret?"
  - Ask in this order: 
    - "Where?"
    - "What's Hidden?"
    - "What about the seedling?"
  - He finally gives you clues to where the secret key is to the locked
    door in his house (keys are in the church)
  - It will now be midnight/day over/you will be in front of Sundae Inn
  - The next day go to the church and up to the altar
  - A place on the altar will shine/press A at it to get the secret key
    - Just stand behind the altar and press A
  - Go to the Mayor's home
  - Make sure that the mayor is not at home (early afternoon/good weather)
  - Use the secret key on the locked secret door in his kitchen
  - You will enter a garden/red arrow points to seedling
  - You will automatically take the seedling and end up outside the
    mayor's house
  - He will see you and be upset/you give him key/and he realizes he
    should trust you/he lets you have the seedling
  - Go plant the seedling where the Goddess Tree used to stand (Goddess Pond)
  - The tree will not die/exit the Goddess Spring and enter again
  - The Harvest Sprites will be celebrating the success of the planting
    of the Goddess Tree Seedling but tell you it now has to grow


Goddess Tree: Growing of the Seedling of Hope
---------------------------------------------

Note: The sprite flowers will now be gone from under the sprite trees
      and the sprites will now be at the Goddess Spring/Pond but you
      will only see them in cutscenes as the Goddess Tree grows. You
      can still climb all the rainbows.

- There will now be a Seedling/Goddess Tree Icon by the save file
  - By Date and Time
  - By Rainbow Icons (at end of 5th rainbow icon)
  - The Icon will show the growth of the Seedling as it grows

- Now you need to fully grow the seedling into the Goddess Tree
- The growth of the tree is linked to friendship levels of all
  characters and pets (wild or not)
- 1 heart = 100 pts/10 hearts = 1,000 pts/50 hearts = 5,000 pts
- At 5,000 pts the Goddess Tree will be full grown
- There are 4 stages to growth:
  - 3,500 pts, 4,000 pt, 4,500 pts, and 5,000 pts
  - The point totals will show if you go to visit the seedling
    - Press A at the tree and you will see a message with the
      amount of red hearts acieved at that point
      - The island's friendship level: (row of red hearts 1-10)
  - The growth stages will still progress if you do not visit
- If you have a lot of friendship hearts with people and pets
  then the Goddess Tree will grow quickly
- If you don't have a lot of friendship hearts with people and
  pets then you will need to build more friendship hearts
- Only one growth stage can occur per night
- A cutscene will occur when you go to bed just before your
  money totals are credited
- You will receive a letter from Edge when the Goddess Tree is
  full grown telling you he will meet you at top of Goddess Tree


Goddess Tree: Rescue of the Harvest Goddess
-------------------------------------------

- Go to the top of the Goddess Tree (Edge's Rainbow)
- The Harvest Sprites are celebrating and say that the
  Harvest Goddess can come back to the island now
- They tell you that there is one more rainbow to make but
  you don't need to give them the ingredients 
  - "What's the recipe?"
  - You help to mix it
  - The ingredients are the love of each of the sprites and
    the Harvest Goddess' love
- They make a vertical rainbow down from the sky to the top
  of the Goddess Tree
- This rainbow allows the Harvest Goddess to descend from the
  top of the clouds and be rescued and return to the island
- She thanks you and explains that when the Goddess Tree died
  that she was trapped and unable to return to the island
- She tells you that she and the Goddess Tree will always watch
  over the island
- She tells you to return to the town because everyone is waiting
  for you (automatic transport to town cutscene)
- You are greeted by everyone as the heroine/hero of the island
- The credits roll and then you are taken back to the save file
- You are given the opportunity to save your file so save at this
  point. Don't worry your game is far from over. You can keep
  playing your game forever if you wish. You will still have tons
  of unfinished things to do in your game.
- You are taken back to the main Harvest Moon Tree of Tranquility
  screen. Re-load the file you just saved and continue with your
  game as usual.
- You can no longer climb Edge's rainbow to the top of the Goddess
  Tree. The Harvest Goddess will be at the Goddess Spring/Pond
  from now on and you can meet and talk with her there. You can
  still climb all other rainbows.
- After re-loading your file it will be 6am on the same day even
  if it was later in your game on the same day before you saved
  so it is like getting extra time for that day

  - Everything you did that day is still done
  - Everything is as you left it in the game
  - Everything in your rucksack is still there
  - You keep everything you had in the game
  - You can now continue your game as usual

- Once the Goddess is rescued then you can access the
  Secret Cave
  - The next day you will get a letter from Toby
  - Secret Cave opened/Caramel Falls/On The Hook/letter received
  - Go to Caramel Falls alone (can't be 1st triggered on festival)
  - You will now get a cutscene and can go in the cave behind the
    waterfall because the new growth of the Goddess Tree Roots
    have slowed the water flow (cutscene)
  - Go to the cave behind the waterfall and you can go into the
    secret cave now (but don't expect anything spectacular in here
    as far as scenery - just some water and roots - nothing green)
  - There are a few rare fish you can catch in here as well as
    some other fish

    - King Fish
    - Wood Fish
    - Seasky (typhoon/blizzard)
    - Eel
    - Crawfish

- Now you can make the Journey Rucksack and give it to your child
  OR keep playing your original game infinitely (because there is
  still tons to do in your game!

- See Playing As Your Child section for all the details



=====================
    Map of Areas
=====================


Image of Entire Game Map Waffle Island (formerly Rainbow Sash Island):
----------------------------------------------------------------------


- Credit to May - http://www.ranchstory.co.uk


- To see a color-coded map that relates to the below information,
  go here:

  - IMG:http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q166/May_092/Island.jpg

 
"Bare with me, I don't remember shop names.


Black Section - Farming Areas (farming plots, places to put all your
   buildings on)

Blue Section - Waffle Town (Kirsch Inn/Bar, Mayor's House, the Clinic,
   the Supermarket, Chiffon Tailor Shop, Yuba's House, Fishing Company)

Red Section - Town Hall (the town hall w/library, the clock tower, a
   sprite tree)

Green Section - Maple Lake Area (the church, Julius' house, Toby's house,
   Won's house, Calvin's house, Chihaya's house, Gray's house, a sprite
   tree)

Orange Section - Various Shop Area (Bagel Capentry, the Blacksmith/
   Jewelry shop, Anissa/family farm, one of the mines)

Pinkish Section - Brownie Ranch Area (The Ranch Shop, various animal
   buildings, a sprite tree)

Yellow Section - Waterfall Area (The waterfall, hotspring)

Purple Section - The Little Bird Island (a sprite tree)

Light Blue Section - The Big Bird Island (Inn/special seed shop)


I'm unsure of the upper right of the map and I'm not entirely sure how
   to get to that other island."


Note:
- Kirsch Inn = Sundae Inn
- Little Bird Island/Ohtori = Toucan Island
- Big Bird Island/Kotori = West Gull Island
- Eastern Island = East Gull Island
- Caramel Waterfall = Caramel Falls
- Waffle Town Fishing Company = On The Hook
- Rusk General Store = General Store
- Chiffon Tailoring = Tailor Shop
- Bagel Carpentry = Carpentry Shop/Dale's Carpentry
- Galette Blacksmith = Ramsey's Blacksmith
- Rainbow Sash Island = Waffle Island

- Yuba = Yolanda
- Juli = Julius
- Won = Jin
- Chihaya = Chase
 


Video Tours of Most Areas:
--------------------------


- Credit to NurseFin - http://www.youtube.com/user/ttsecretdiary 

- These videos also show some other features of the game
- These videos are of the Japanese game with English annotations


Island Tour Part One (Your house, the Carmel River Area [your farmland],
    and the Waterfall) 
    - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTdjRHkvQgw

Island Tour Part Two (Around Waffle Town) 
    - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlUDWd254n8

Island Tour Part Three (The Ganache Mountain Area) 
    - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-bdx8Izfid0

Island Tour Part Four (The Maple Lake Area) 
    - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ldq0mrYBUOM

Island Tour Part Five (Brownie Ranch Area) 
    - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ffa0zY661TY

Island Tour Part Six (Mt. Gelato Area and the Goddess Spring) 
    - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kacfXPmySM

Island Tour Part Seven (Toucan Island) 
    - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5Offbp6n1Q

Island Tour Part Eight (Gull Islands) 
    - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_PdXu588FKA


Note: These videos do not show the Secret Cave or Secret Caverns at
      Caramel Falls/Empire Falls


========================
     All Farm Lots
========================


- You start by picking a free farm lot from 3 available locations after
  you complete the homestay at Souffle Farm

- You must build a barn and chicken coop on your 1st farm lot.
  This will be your only barn & chicken coop. This will also be the
  only farm lot that your spouse, child, & pets will consider as home.
  You can techically not build a barn or coop but then you will not
  get pasture grass or be able to raise various animals or buy all
  items.

- You also can not move or reposition your bed, end table/diary, and
  your main table in your 1st house. The only thing you can not move
  or reposition in any other house will be the end table/diary. You
  can still change the size, type, style of any item in all houses.
  You can only change the interior/exterior (remodel) of your first
  house. All other houses/villas will have the Simple style. 

- You can later buy the other 2 available locations you didn’t get for
  free
  - Seaside Plot/4,500 G
  - Town Plot/4,500 G
  - Hilltop Plot/4,500 G

- You can also buy the additional farm lot near the Mt. Gelato
  later for 4,500 G

- All farm plots are sold at the Town Hall (Waffle Town) by Elli and
  all houses are built/upgraded at the Carpentry Shop by Dale

- You can have up to 4 houses on the map at different locations
  and be upgrading one to four at the same time

- All starting farm lots are near each other and in the middle of the
  map in the section of Caramel River. Then they are listed as west,
  north, and middle within this middle section of the entire map.

- All 4 lots can fit a level 5 house, chicken coop, and barn

- All 4 lots have a field to grow crops and a grass pasture for animals.
  All will start as a rectangle area of reserved light-colored dirt land
  that you can't plant crops in. It will automatically grow grass later.
  You ONLY have to build a barn OR a coop to make the grass/pasture
  start growing. You do not have to have bought an animal or have
  both buildings unless you wish.


Your Field:

- You can occasionally and randomly get Pontana Roots while plowing
  any farm field and while hammering in the mines.

- Using your hammer on any tilled square will un-till it making it
  regular ground/soil again. If there is a plant in the square then
  use your sickle on the plant and then hammer the soil.

- Tilled soil will stay tilled throughout the entire season unless
  overtaken by weeds (or other debri from typhoons/blizzards). At the
  end of the season any tilled soil that has nothing in it will become
  untilled again. Any tilled soil with plants that died but were not
  sickled or that contain live plants will still remain.

- Any tilled square that was fertilized and then was taken over by a
  weed or other debri will still be as fertilized after you re-till it
  as it was before it was taken over (for the lasting duration of the
  fertilizer only).

- To plant crops or trees in your farm field then you must first clear
  the field. Pick up weeds, stones, small wood logs. You can use your
  tools to change the stone into building stone (material stone/stone)
  and the small wood logs into building wood (material wood/wood) and
  you can ship the weeds for a small price. Then you can till and plant
  your crops &/or trees. Be sure to water them and later harvest them.

- When you break a boulder with a stone then it will make some smaller
  stones. You do NOT have to keep hammering on the smaller stones. Just
  pick them up off the ground. The smaller stones are material stones
  and are used for building requirements. When you pick up the stones
  then they will disappear (not put in rucksack) and you will be
  credited for the amount gathered (Hold C button, use control pad to
  scroll to Status/Lighthouse Icon, look under Ranch Tab at Lumber &
  Material Stone amounts).

- When you chop down a tree (tiny to full grown) then you will see
  small cut logs. You do NOT have to keep chopping them with the axe.
  Just pick them up off the ground. The smaller cut logs are material
  wood and are used for building requirements. When you pick up the
  small cut wood logs they will disappear (not put in rucksack) and
  you will be credited for the amount gathered (Hold C button, use
  control pad to scroll to Status/Lighthouse Icon, look under Ranch
  Tab at Lumber & Material Stone amounts).

- Your field will continue to randomly be scattered with new weeds,
  stones, wood, and the occasional hali/pine tree seedling. Just keep
  using these materials for building supplies. You can let the hali/pine
  tree seedlings grow where they appear or get rid of them. If you let
  them grow then you can chop them down later for wood or just buy your
  own hali/pine tree seedlings from the store and plant them where you 
  want them to grow. Stormy weather will deposit more items in your field.

- Early in the game you will probably have to till and plant around
  rocks and tree stumps until you can get more stamina and better tools.

- Hali/pine tree seedling chopped down = 1 wood piece. Hali/pine tree
  full grown tree = 9 pieces of wood.

- Boulders hammered = 4 stone pieces. You can gather & hammer stone into
  building materials. If you hammer boulders in the Praline Forest then
  more boulders will appear in a few days.

- You have to chop small wood logs with the axe to turn it into wood
  that can be used for building material. If you just pick it up then
  you can store it but you can't use it for building. The same applies
  to stone/rocks/boulders - you have to hammer them to turn them into
  building material.

- Unlike past Harvest Moon games you will be planting seeds in a straight
  single row (6 squares per seed bag) in front of your character and not
  a 3X3 square around your character. Till the soil before planting seeds
  or they will disappear into the un-tilled soil. You can walk on your
  crops so you can pack them all together without any spaces if you want.
  Trees also can be packed next to any crop or tree and don't need any
  space around them unless they are dropping fruit (then you need to 
  free up at least a 3x3 area around them without weeds so the fruit
  can drop to the free squares).

- There is a plot of grass by each farm lot that starts to automatically
  grow once you build a chicken coop or a barn. The only pasture grass
  that will grow will be on your first farm lot. The other areas for
  pasture grass on the other farm lots will not grow. You Only have to
  have a barn OR a chicken coop to get the pasture to grow. You do not
  have to have purchased an animal. 

- You can cut the pasture grass &/or graze animals on any lot that you
  have built any type of animal building - this means you own it. This
  also means that you will only be able to have one pasture because
  you can only have one barn & chicken coop on one farm lot which
  will be your first farm lot.

- You can cut the pasture grass in winter (grass still grows if though
  it is more frozen) and you can even let your animals out to graze on
  the grass. Just ring the bell on the pole and your animals will file
  out one-by-one including the ducks and chickens (silkworms don't come
  out). Ring the bell again and they will all file back in. Depending
  on some of the plots (coop/barn locations) then it may only show
  animals filing out one-by-one for only one building. Usually the coop
  animals will be the one it shows until you get barn animals. Then it
  will usually only show the barn animals filing out. If you only have
  barn animals to start with then you will probably only see the barn
  animals filing out or if you only have coop animals then you will
  only see coop animals filing out.

- You can only visit the hot spring by the waterfall once a day
  - Restores stamina completely - fast in and out real time but takes
    about 1 hour to 2 hours of game time depending on how tired you are
    (approximately: 1 hr to get to, 1-2 hrs to be in, 1 hr to return)
    The hot springs does not restore any fatigue. Food will be better
    to use for stamina/fatigue as soon as you can make/get it.
  - Hilltop Plot is closest to the Hot Springs but it will still take
    about 1 hour one way to get there by foot. It is better to cook
    stamina dishes as soon as possible (Buckwheat Noodles especially)
    but use the hot springs until then.

- Most if not all beaches have at least one bonfire location for
  limited cooking. See firewood stack locations.

- Each farm lot has a small well/water area to enable you to fill up
  your watering can to water your crops

- Each farm lot also has a shipping bin to ship products
  - There is a shipping bin in the barn and in the chicken coop
  - There are also some shipping bins scattered out in the open
    around the entire map
  - Time stops when you open a shipping bin so you don't lose time
    shipping products or items
  - It will bring up your rucksack squares and the shipping bin
    squares so you can transfer back & forth between them
  - You can store anything but tools in the shipping bin but they
    will be shipped in the very late evening so retrieve them if
    you really don't want to ship them
  - Shipping bins hold whole lot but can get full
  - Once items are shipped from the shipping bin then the shipping
    bin will be empty again



Deciding on a starting location:

- All the properties (farm lots) are all in the very middle of the
  entire map called Caramel River Area.
- Waffle Town is to the west.
- Ganache Mine is to the north.
- Caramel Falls is to the north-east.
- Mt. Gelato is to the east.
- The 3 small islands are across water/rainbows to the south.

- The Town Plot is touching the path to town so it is closest.
- The other plots are not very far from each other.
- You can walk and you can run, but it is still time consuming.
- Ostriches and horses are MUCH faster than walking or running.
- So once you can get those then the distance won't matter so much.

- You have to decide what you want more:
  - larger crop lots closer to the mines with a starting travel inconvenience
    Or
  - smaller but still acceptable lots closer to the town for shopping and
    socializing

- Keep in mind that the shops/ranches/carpenter/blacksmith/etc where you buy a
  variety of items are scattered all over the map and not just in town.




Three Starting Lots:
--------------------

Note: Elli in the Town Hall always has all remaining (after chosing free
  farm plot from Town, Hilltop, Seaside) farm plots for sale for 4,500 G each.


Town Plot: 4,500 G

- West of the map by the Waffle Town path entrance
- Smallest field for crops (92 crop squares, L-shaped)
- Almost touching the entrance to Waffle Town
- Great for relationship building of Waffle Town residents
- Great for shopping in town
- Most convenient for Ocean fishing in Waffle Town but no direct fishing
- More distant from Ganache Mines, Mt. Gelato, and Hot Springs

Note: Best Advantage 
-> Closet to Waffle Town (socialize/shopping)


Hilltop Plot: 4,500 G

- North/middle of the map by the waterfall path
- Medium size field for crops (100 crop squares - rectangle-shaped)
- Called hilltop because on base of mountain but no "mound" for house
- Near river - River fishing
- Farthest away from Ocean fishing and bonfire location
- Closest to waterfall path (hot springs)
- Closest to Ganache Mines path (blacksmith, carpentry)
  - Path to Ganache Mines will be opened near start of game
- Farm Lot is located at a sharp curve in the road
- Still a distance from Waffle Town

Note: Best Advantage:
-> Closet to Hot Springs & Ganache Mines & mountain shops


Seaside Plot: 4,500 G

- South/middle of map with sea on both sides
- Beautiful plot - wild turtle will wander onto lot (can make pet)
- Largest starting field for crops (120 crop squares - L-shaped)
- Beach on each side - very convenient Ocean fishing
- River intersects ocean - very convenient River fishing
- Closest bonfire location on next beach over
- Nearest starting location for Mt. Gelato path
- You house is actually on a small hill/mound
- You run off the small hill to your crop field & other buildings
  directly below your house -- quite nice actually
- Closest to the additional Mountain Plot
  - If you get heavy into crops then the two plots will be close to
    each other and you can maintain both easier
- Farther away from Waffle Town and Ganache Mines (blacksmith, carpentry)
  and Hot Springs - once you get a horse or ostrich then no problem

Note: Best Advantage 
-> Fishing & biggest starting crop field & bonfire (long term benefits)


Additional Lot:
---------------

Mountain Plot: 4,500 G

- There is another farm lot you can buy later near the Mt. Gelato area
- This is not one of the 3 starting lots you can choose from
- It is very close to the Seaside Plot (east of the Seaside Plot)
- Largest field for growing crops (226 crop squares - rectangular-shaped)
- This is the closest lot to the Mt. Gelato path
- Once boulder/arch shortcut is opened to the meadow then you can take
  the rainbow there to zip right to Maple Lake saving lots of travel time
- Near a beach for fishing (contains bonfire/firewood stack)



========================
      Your House 
========================


Starting Items:
---------------


- You start the game with 0 G!

- You start with a rucksack (10 squares available)

- You get up to 360 G or less and a bag of seeds after you finish the
  homestay at Souffle Farm

- When you start the game you will wake up at the Sundae Inn
  (after shipwreck)

- The next day Hamilton will suggest the homestay

- You will work at Souffle Farm for 2 days

- Mayor Hamilton will return and offer you one of the 3 starting farm
  plots for free - this is your 1st house!

- You do not start with a barn or a chicken coop

- For more details on your farm see Farm Lots section

- There is no garbage can in your house or anywhere in the game but
  you can ship anything unusable.

- You do not start with the small fridge
  - Buy it from General Store (starting store)

- You do start with the small wardrobe/dresser but you have to get
  it out of storage (end table/furniture tab)


- House Level 1

   - Single Bed/End Table (diary)
     - Straw Bed: Simple
     - Bed 
       - Press A in front of bed to sleep until the next morning at 6am
       - This is not the same as saving your file
       - If you are out away from the bed and it turns 5:50am then the
         previous day will end but you will stay at the same location
         and experience fatigue (use specific recovery items)
       - You can not stay up for 3 days in a row. At 6am on the 3rd day
         then you will be transported to bed (making you lose a whole day).
         You can "stay up past 3 days" if you jump in bed within those 3
         days before 5:50am (which technically is going to sleep even if
         it is for one second). Using a stay awake or super stay awake
         will wake you up during the day you use it but it will still
         count 3 days until you are forced to sleep losing a whole day
         (no matter how many fatigue recovery items you use).
     - End Table
       - Diary
       - The end table is also known as your diary with these options:
         - Diary (load previously saved games)
         - Save Game (saves current game)
         - Furniture (lists all owned furniture/lets you place furniture)
         - Configuration (options for configuring game settings)
         - Cancel (exit out of options)

   - Tool Box 
     - 27 slots/no upgrades/stores edible & non-edible items & tools
     - Red top with wooden base
     - Makes a great shelf & fridge until you can afford them
     - Tools and seeds can also be stored in cabinets/shelves

   - Bookcase
     - Bookshelf: Normal
     - Wooden/brown
     - Items Found List
     - Recipes Found List
     - Tutorial Books
     - Letters
     - See Bookshelf section for complete listing including
       descriptions of each item listed in the bookshelf

   - Small Kitchen
     - Small size counter with 2 utensil spaces
     - No cooking utensils
     - No recipes

   - Table Set
     - Table Set: Wood 
     - Backrest chairs/4 
     - Square Table/White & blue stripe trim table cloth/1

   - Wardrobe/Dresser
     - Wardrobe (S): Normal
     - Press A to access
     - You start with nothing except what you are wearing
     - Any clothing and accessories you have or purchase
       later will show up in a list form here no matter what
       the size of the wardrobe/dresser/vanity
     - Select what you want to wear
     - You can wear it if it is the right season for the item
     - Hats/head gear you can wear all year
     - Clothing Sets by seasons (Spr/Sum & Fall/Winter)
       - Can't buy clothing sets until ferry is operating again
     - Accessories are acquired at blacksmith's & festivals
     - See Clothes, Hats, & Accessories section for a complete
       listing of the wardrobe which includes descriptions


Previous HM Game - Items not Starting With:
-------------------------------------------

- The flop-ear tan/orange puppy from past Harvest Moon games (befriend)
- A calendar (buy one)
- Any money (earn)



Furniture (Basics):
-------------------

- Place furniture after purchasing &/or after house upgrades
  - Don't worry about losing items in fridges or shelves
  - You can fill them up and still store them with items in them
  - When you take them out of storage then they will still have
    everything in them that they had when stored
  - This means that you could place a fridge at one house, fill
    it, put it back in storage, go to another house, open your
    furniture list and get out the filled fridge, and you would
    have the filled fridge at that house (or use put away/place)
  - You can also have more than one size of fridge filled and
    easily switch (replace) them. Example: Small fridge in
    storage and large fridge in house -> go to end table/diary,
    access furniture and select small fridge and choose "replace",
    the small fridge will now be in the house and the large
    fridge will now be in storage. This is a great way to
    store & use full fridges (or keep them both in the house
    if you have the room) 
  - You can't keep two of the same size furniture like two
    large fridges in the house at the same time but you can
    switch them fairly easily. You can keep more than one
    different sized same item like a medium cabinet and a large
    cabinet in the house at the same time. Remember that you can
    use extra houses in more than one house so you could have one
    large fridge out in one house and another large fridge out in
    another house.
  - You could even have one shelf each that holds that seasons
    seeds if you wanted and switch them in and out per season
  - Tools and seeds can go in cabinets/shelves

- You will want to use up or ship any stored items before playing
  as your child. Any stored items in fridges, shelves and the
  fridges and shelves themselves will be lost when you start
  playing your child file. If you ship the items then you will
  still keep that money when you play as your child.

- New house upgrades will contain only mandatory furniture
  and then you will need to place the rest of the furniture
  that you want in your new upgraded house. So don't panic if
  all your furniture goes missing after house upgrades. Just
  go to your end table/diary and to the furniture section and
  redecorate your house again (all your owned furniture will
  still be in there).

- Some furniture has uses and some are just for decoration
  to make the house look realistic

- You can place more than one of the same type of furniture
  - Example: Two or more fridges/shelves/couches/etc
    - You can place/store one of each size per house
      (small, medium, and large of each fridge/shelf/etc)
    - You can't place/store more than one of each size if it is
      a different style (Chic, Normal, Simple, etc) but you can
      use them in a different house and still keep them out or
      just use them to fill and switch in any house

- Stoves (wood/oil) are just for looks and you can not burn wood
  in them or cook with them. Clocks are also just for decoration.

- Your Oven/microwave can cook items and will go on your counter.

- Most businesses will offer larger sizes of items &/or more items
  when they upgrade their shops

- Fridges can hold edible items like raw foods and cooked foods

- Shelves can hold all non-edible items like ores and flowers

- You can stack up to 99 items per each square of the same type

- When items of the same type but different grades go into your
  rucksack, fridge, or shelf then they will occupy different
  squares and auto stack together by same type and same grade

- This means that you will have stacks up to 99 of each item in
  each grade. However, once stacked then you can not unstack the
  items. 
  - Don't panic over not being able to unstack your stacks of
    items. It all works out ok. 
  - When you cook, only one item will be taken off of the stack and
    placed in an ingredient slot at a time (multiple of same ingredient
    also comes off the stack). 
  - When giving gifts then only one item will come off of the stack
    - the whole stack will not be given. 
  - If you want to ship some of an item and save/store some of the same
    item then gather what you want to ship and ship it. Then gather what
    you want to store/give and use it for that purpose.
  - Remember that you can use separate amounts of stacks in separate
    fridges and shelves and store then or keep them both in your house
  

- Wonderfuls (un-inspected ores/gems) and Animal Medicine
  can not be stacked

- Refined gems can be stacked


- Mandatory furniture:
  - 1st house
    - Can not move or store bed, end table/diary, main table
    - You can change types, sizes, styles of these items
  - Any house but 1st house
    - Can not move or store the diary/end table but you can
      move and reposition all other items

- Placing Furniture
  - Go to diary/end table
  - Choose furniture option
  - Highlight category
  - Right: lists all items in category
  - Circle Icon: item is already placed in a house
    - Hilltop Plot: Green Mountain
    - Seaside Plot: Blue Wave
    - Town Plot: Lighthouse/Town
    - Mountain Plot: Mountain
  - Choose item you want to place and press A
    - If item has a circle icon then go to that house and
      put the item back in storage. Then come back to the
      house you want to put the item in and select it to place
      OR
    - Highlight the item with a circle icon and press A
    - You will get an option to "put it away" which puts it in
      storage and then you can place it in any house
  - Use the nunchuck control stick to move the furniture piece
    around the floor
  - Use the + control pad to move it up or down a floor
  - Use the z button to rotate furniture
    - You can not rotate kitchen utensils.
    - Utensils always face the inside of the counter
    - All other furniture items can be rotated
  - You can place the furniture anywhere it fits
    - Can place: green color and O mark
    - Can not place: red color and X mark
  - Press A again to place the furniture piece in desired spot


Bed/End Table:

- You have an end table by your bed where you can save your game
  and interact/place/replace any furniture you have purchased
- The end table is also known as your diary with these options:
  - Diary (load previously saved games)
  - Save Game (saves current game)
  - Furniture (lists all owned furniture/lets you place furniture)
  - Configuration (options for configuring game settings)
  - Cancel (exit out of options)
- See the furniture section for bed/end table listings

Storage:

- You can use your toolbox, any shelves and any fridges
- You can have more than one shelf and fridge
- Items are stackable up to 99
- See the Furniture section for more details & listing

Cooking:

- You start off with a small kitchen that you can upgrade
- You do not have any cooking utensils to start with
- See the Cooking section for more details & listing

Chair/Table:

- You start off with a basic set and can upgrade/purchase
  additional sets
- See the Furniture section for more details & listing

Electric:

- See the Furniture section for more details & listing

Others:

- You can buy a TV to check the weather, cooking programs, etc
- You can buy a telephone to call shops and people
- You must buy a calendar if you want one to keep track of events
  and other happenings (need 1 star farm rank or above)
- You can buy a TV guide to check what is on TV at certain times
- All TVs have the same programs and schedules
- See the TV, TV Guide, Telephone, and Calendar sections for more
  details & listing



Houses, Levels, & Construction:
-------------------------------


- You do not start with the small fridge
  - Buy it from General Store (starting store)

- You do start with the small wardrobe/dresser
  - Get it out of storage (end table/furniture tab)


- House Level 1

   - Single Bed/Night Stand
     - Straw Bed: Simple
     - Bed 
       - Press A in front of bed to sleep until the next morning at 6am
       - This is not the same as saving your file
       - If you are out away from the bed and it turns 5:50am then the
         previous day will end but you will stay at the same location
         and experience added "fatigue" (use specific recovery items)
       - You can not stay up for 3 days in a row. At 6am on the 3rd day
         then you will be transported to bed (making you lose a whole day).
         You can "stay up past 3 days" if you jump in bed within those 3
         days before 5:50am (which technically is going to sleep even if
         it is for one second). Using a stay awake or super stay awake
         will wake you up during the day you use it but it will still
         count 3 days until you are forced to sleep losing a whole day
         (no matter how many fatigue recovery items you use).
     - End Table
       - Diary
       - The end table is also known as your diary with these options:
         - Diary (load previously saved games)
         - Save Game (saves current game)
         - Furniture (lists all owned furniture/lets you place furniture)
         - Configuration (options for configuring game settings)
         - Cancel (exit out of options)

   - Tool Box  
     - 27 slots/no upgrades/stores edible & non-edible items & tools
     - Red top with wooden base
     - Can store regular items in here as well
     - Makes a great shelf & fridge until you can afford them
     - Tools and seeds can also be stored in cabinets/shelves

   - Bookcase
     - Bookshelf: Normal
     - Wooden/brown
     - Items Found List
     - Recipes Found List
     - Tutorial Books
     - Letters

   - Small Kitchen
     - No cooking utensils
       - Only 2 spaces for cooking utensils (can switch utensils)
     - No recipes

   - Table Set
     - Table Set: Wood 
     - Backrest chairs/4: Simple 
     - Square Table/White & blue stripe trim table cloth/1

   - Wardrobe/Dresser
     - Wardrobe (S): Normal
     - Press A to access
     - You start with nothing except what you are wearing
     - Any clothing and accessories you have or purchase
       later will show up in a list form here no matter what
       the size of the wardrobe/dresser/vanity
     - Select what you want to wear
     - You can wear it if it is the right season for the item
     - Hats/head gear you can wear all year
     - Clothing Sets by seasons (Spr/Sum & Fall/Winter)
       - Can't buy clothing sets until ferry is operating again
     - Accessories are acquired at blacksmith's & festivals


Farm Plots:

- In the final US version all farm plots are 4,500 G each

- There are 4 farm plots

  - Town Plot
  - Seaside Plot
  - Hilltop Plot

  - Mountain Plot
    - Not a starting plot


- All 4 farm plots have the same renovation
  House requirements below:

- Level 1: 24 Stone + 27 Wood Lumber + 4,500 G
- Level 2: 16 Stone + 18 Wood Lumber + 3,000 G
- Level 3: 24 Stone + 27 Wood Lumber + 6,000 G
- Level 4: 32 Stone + 36 Wood Lumber + 9,000 G
- Level 5: 40 Stone + 45 Wood Lumber + 12,000 G


Note:
 
- Your free farm lot comes with a level 1 house but
  you have to build all other farm lot level 1 houses

- House levels 1-3 will be one floor only

- House levels 4-5 will be two floors

- Your 1st house will be the only house that can have a barn
  and chicken coop and a pasture located. This is where your
  spouse, child, & pets will also live.

- Your 1st house requires the bed and kitchen including the table
  set to be on the first level of the house. You can not move these
  but you can change their style, type, and size. With any other
  house, you can put the bed, kitchen, and table set on any floor.
  Only the end table can not be moved.

- You can have up to 20 items placed per every level 5 house. You will
  have to switch out/store items if you want to place something else.

- Using the end table/furniture option, you can put anything into
  storage from any house you own. Items inside will not be lost but
  will be stored with the furniture stored. You have to be at the
  house you wish to place an item to be able to place it.

- Upgrading your house allows you to have more room for pets, spouse,
  and your child to walk around (red areas/furniture placement) and
  the level 5 house lets you have the most upgraded kitchen which
  allows you to place all the kitchen utensils on the counter at
  once.



House Styles (Interior/Exterior):
--------------------------------


- Remodel: Changes design/color of the walls and carpets

- You can remodel whenever you want and as many times as you want


Interior/Exterior House Styles (Remodel):

- They do not require any materials

- Simple - Yellow Wall/Brown Carpet - (Pink Roof/Pink Outside) - 750 G
- Country - Wood Wall/Green Carpet - (Blue Roof/Wood Outside) - 1,500 G
- Cute - Pink Wall/Lt. Purple Carpet - (Pink Roof/White Outside) - 2,250 G
- Gorgeous - Dark Purple Wall/Purple Carpet- (Blue Roof/Red Brick) - 4,500 G

- They actually all blend well together

Note: 

- You may only remodel your first house. All other houses (or Villas)
  will have the Simple Style
- Remodeling your house is done immediately (no days to wait and you
  can order other building upgrades or jobs at the same time)



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    Stamina
=================

- Be careful to not use up all your stamina or you will collapse and
  end up in Meringue Clinic where doctor Jin will lecture you for
  working too hard and you will also lose precious time (You wake
  up the next morning)


Stamina
-------

- You have only one bar in this Harvest Moon game: Stamina
  - Fatigue does not have a bar but will still affect you
- Rainbow bar is best-Full/Green bar is good/Red bar is worst
- The fuller the bar then the better the stamina you have
- A dangerously low stamina bar will be red-colored
- Working in the rain or bad weather will decrease your stamina
  faster. The worst the weather then the more stamina lost.
- Usually you can stay up till around 1am without losing
  very much stamina. At 3am then you will only recover about
  half of your stamina, at 4pm only about 1/4th recovery, and
  after 5am then no stamina will be recovered the next morning
  by going to bed. Of course, if you don't have very much
  stamina to begin with then you should go to bed before
  midnight (or eat/drink recovery items or food to up stamina).
- Start off carefully so you don't pass out all the time
- You start with a 500 point stamina bar
- You can get a 1,000 point stamina bar by getting the 5
  power berries

- To refill your stamina bar:
  - Use the Hot Springs at the beginning of the game
  - Forage for edible items at the beginning of the game
  - If you can afford it, buy cooked dishes from places like the Inn
  - Cook and Eat food/dishes when you get a kitchen & utensils
  - Fish & cook on firewood stacks (bonfires - need the matches)


  - Power Berries:


  - There are 5 (each one increases stamina by 100 pts)

    - Fishing rod reaches level 3
      - Or lvl 4 if in child file and had lvl 3 in original file
      - Comes from rod level increase & not from type of fish caught

    - Ganache Mine/Sparkle on ground - 30th floor - press A at it
      - Bring hammer into mine to be able to descend floors
      - Go to the inner right side on the 30th floor to find shine

    - Hoe a lot of land and you get one (1,000 squares)
      - Can hoe any tillable land and even the same square repeatedly
      - Can take out tools in your own houses but you can not use
        tools in your houses

    - Getting any animal to 10 hearts
      - Berry given where you are when achieved doing what you were
        doing/any action that makes the animal's heart raise to 10
        at that instant

    - In center of Goddess Tree/Goddess Pond-Spring
      - You have to open path to Mt. Gelato 
      - see Opening Blocked Paths & Requirements section


    Note: You start with 500 stamina points. There are 5 power berries
        which gives you a total of 1,000 stamina points maximum.


Levels
- One drop of sweat repeating
- Two drops of sweat repeating
- Stars around head in a circle
- Collapse


Recuperating

- To refill your stamina bar:

  - Rest more
  - Use the Hot Springs at the beginning of the game
  - Forage for edible items at the beginning of the game
  - If you can afford it, buy cooked dishes from places like the Inn
  - Cook and Eat food/dishes when you get a kitchen & utensils
  - Fish & cook on firewood stacks (bonfires - need the matches)


Fatigue
-------

- You may also be effected by Fatigue
- Fatigue is caused from staying up past 6am without sleeping
- You can not stay up for 3 days in a row. At 6am on the 3rd day then
  you will be transported to bed (making you lose a whole day). You can
  "stay up past 3 days" if you jump in bed within those 3 days before
  5:50am (which technically is going to sleep even if it is for one
  second). Using a stay awake or super stay awake will wake
  you up during the day you use it but it will still count 3 days
  until you are forced to sleep losing a whole day (no matter how
  many fatigue recovery items you use).
- You can work at the Sundae Inn until midnight, get back to your
  house and get to bed at around 1am without losing much if any
  stamina and fatigue. The later you stay up then the more stamina
  you will not recover the next day. You will not lose any fatigue
  at all unless you stay up past 6am or eat something that causes
  fatigue like any type of raw mushroom (brown randomly but usually
  if you eat around 15 or less if already tired or any toadstools).
- Fatigue will slow your steps, make you stagger, use more stamina,
  and blue bubbles will come from your character
- Use recovery items/drinks specifically for recovering fatigue
  if this happens
- You will not collapse because of fatigue (unless you stay up for
  3 days and are forced to bed) but it will effect you quite
  drastically in time and effort lost

To recover from fatigue (Sleepiness):

- Drink 1 Stay Awake 
  - Make: Pontata Root, Spicy Pepper, Milk, Mixer
  - Wakes you up and gives you 10 stamina
  - Buy: Meringue Clinic

- Drink 1 Super Stay Awake
  - Make: Pontata Root, Spicy Pepper, Milk, Red Herb, Mixer
  - Wakes you up and gives you 200 stamina
  - Buy: Meringue Clinic

- Drink 1 Vegetable Juice
  - Make: Cabbage + Spinach + Bell Pepper + Green Herb, Mixer
  - Wakes you up and gives you 100 stamina
  - Buy: Meringue Clinic

- Drink 2 Tomato Juice
  - Make: Tomato, Mixer
  - 1 will increase your stamina
  - 2 will increase your stamina and wake you up
  - Buy: Sundae Inn from Colleen

- possibly 2 Coconut Juice will wake you up (still testing)
  - Make: Coconut, Mixer
  - 1 will increase your stamina
  - 2 will increase your stamina and wake you up
  - Buy: Pineapple Inn/Toucan Island



=============
    Tools
=============


- You can keep tools in the toolbox in your house &/or
  in your rucksack. They can not be placed in shipping bins.

- You can also store edible & non-edible items in the toolbox.
  It makes a great shelf & fridge until you can afford them.

- There are no reserved spaces or slots where your tools
  must be stored in your rucksack. They will be mixed in
  among your other rucksack items. You can organize them
  in any fashion.

- You must have a hammer with you to do any mining in the
  mines but a hoe is not required. You can charge up your
  hammer in the mines to break more than one rock/crystal
  at a time.

- Working in the rain will decrease your stamina faster.
  The worse the weather then the faster the stamina decreases.

- When charging tools and using button controls, don't hold
  down the A button too long. It will charge through all the
  stages and then stop charging. This means that you have not
  yet used the tool but the game thinks you have and takes
  stamina as if you had. It is easy to get the hang of it
  with practice.

- Tools will affect squares that you are facing. You do not
  have to stand in the middle of a 3X3 area. The squares
  that are affected will be highlighted. Charge the tool if
  you want (notice that more highlighted squares are added)
  and then let go of the A button when you have the desired
  squares highlighted. Just be sure that you know how many
  squares can be highlighted (tool level) so you don't
  over-hold the A button and lose your tool action waiting for
  more squares.

- You can use your basic 6 tools in a diagonal fashion (squares
  will highlight diagonally when Z button pushed) but I have
  not really found a good use yet for this option. Sometimes
  it gives you a slight advantage in the mines to open up
  blocked paths (surrounded by cracks, rocks, crystals) but
  it usually takes some effort to line up your character
  diagonally and takes time away because time will still be
  quickly ticking away while you are lining up diagonally.

- To check how much charge each tool has you can go to your
  menu and check your tools. Also, each time a tool goes up
  in levels then you will get a prompt telling you so.

- You can also see charges by looking at your character's feet
  while she/he is charging the tool. For each charge you will
  see a "flash" or glow and also hear a sound. This is the
  main way that you will know how charged up your fishing pole
  is because there will be no highlighted squares. You can
  also count each flash/charge if you want.

- Charging up your fishing pole will allow you to cast further
  out and will allow you to access further away areas
  (experience/skill level). The rarest fish require a gold
  fishing pole (tool material).

- To charge with the wiimote then just pull wiimote vertically
  back and hold, then press A or drop wiimote (pointer at screen)
  depending on what tool you are using. See Controls section.

- Large charges take more stamina per turn than small charges
  but not by much especially if you have upgraded to gold tools.
  Large charges are worth it in the long run because it takes
  fewer large charges to get the same job done than using lots
  of small charges. So in the end the total stamina loss from
  one large charge verses many small charges equals less total
  stamina used. Be careful to not over-charge/over-highlight
  smaller jobs. If you don't need all the power then just charge
  up to the power/highlighted area that you need.


- There are wonderfuls in HM Tree of Tranquility but they are
  ores and gems and not used for upgrading your tools like in
  HM Island of Happiness.

- To be able to have ores appraised:
  - You need to get Mira to open up her accessories shop
    - Right side of the blacksmith shop (inside)
  - Go to the Church on a Sunny or Cloudy day
  - Go west from the church to the graveyard
  - Mira will be there at Mayor Hamilia's grave
  - Talk to her
  - The next day Mira will set up her accessories shop and you
    can get ores appraised/inspected as well as have accessories made

- The higher skill level of the tool then the better you can benefit
  from the tools because they will affect larger areas than lower level
  tools (experience). If your tool is a gold tool then you will get
  better products from it - rarer fish using the gold fishing pole
  (tool material).

- Experience/skill level = farther range & more area affected
- Higher tool material = rarer & better/more Capacity/less stamina used

- This means that a watering can that is able to water 30 squares
  at a skill level 5 (but would run out - lowest tool material = 21
  squares of water). If you upgrade the tool material to gold then
  the watering can will also be able to hold 100 squares of water per
  filling. This is why it is important to upgrade both the skill
  level and the tool material.

- You can trade your less superior tools into the General Store for
  better tools or you can get ore plus your old tool and have them
  upgraded at the blacksmith's. It will be more expensive at the
  General Store because it requires no ores and only your old tool.
  The General Store will be 3X more than the price at the blacksmith
  for every tool (10,000 G at Blacksmith/30,000 G at General Store).
  So bringing 1 required ore to the blacksmith will save you a lot
  of money - both take or use your old tool.

- You have to have your old tool in your rucksack before being able
  to upgrade any tool at the General Store and/or Ramsey's Blacksmith.
  This means that you will only have one set of tools throughout the
  entire game that you are upgrading.

- You also can not skip tool upgrade levels (no basic tool to gold tool
  in one upgrade). You start with free basic tools and then upgrade each
  tool to iron then copper then silver then gold.

- If you don't want to get the ore yourself then buy the required upgrade
  ores from Julius at the Fall & Winter Flea Markets:
  - Copper: 120 G
  - Silver: 165 G
  - Gold: 225 G


- You have two factors related to tools:

  - Skill level -- 1 to 5 (affects larger & farther areas)
    - Use tool more to up each skill level

  - Tool Material -- 0-4 (less stamina per charge/+capacity/+rare)
    - Tool materials are: Basic, Iron, Copper, Silver, Gold
    - Take required ore and money to blacksmith to upgrade


For Skill level & Tool level diagrams below:
  o = you
  - = crop square that the tool covers


First Set of Basic Tools (all free):

- Fishing Pole 
    - On The Hook
    - Meet him at Waffle Town Beach
    - Toby
- Watering can 
    - Complete Homestay (work at farm)
    - Souffle Farm
    - Craig
- Hoe 
    - Complete Homestay (work at farm)
    - Souffle Farm
    - Craig
- Axe 
    - Get in Ganache Mine Area 
    - Carpentry Shop/Meet Dale 
    - Then meet Luke at the Praline Forest near the Carpentry Shop
- Sickle
    - Using a skill level 3 hammer, break the boulder leading to
      the ranch from the Ganache Mine Area (early spring)
      OR
    - At the end of your 1st spring then the Brownie Ranch will
      hold an opening event before the Animal Festival
    - Cain
- Hammer
    - Get in Ganache Mine Area 
    - Ramsey's Blacksmith Shop 
    - Owen
     

................................................................


Fishing Rod/Pole:

  - The first fishing rod comes from Toby. 
  - Go to the Waffle Town Beach (stairs by On The Hook - fishing co.)
    - Most times it will trigger if you just walk west to east on
      the beach but if it doesn't trigger then walk down the stairs
  - Meet Toby there and he will give you an old fishing rod
  - Use it to fish
  - Upgrade it at General Store or blacksmith’s shop/Owen


Fishing Rod Upgrade Levels:

  - Tool lvl 0/Basic - free from Toby
  - Tool lvl 1/Iron - 1,000 G
  - Tool lvl 2/Copper - 2,500 G
  - Tool lvl 3/Silver - 5,000 G
  - Tool lvl 4/Gold - 10,000 G

..................................................................


Watering Can:

  - Free when complete the Homestay (Souffle Farm)

  - Upgrade it at the blacksmith's shop

  - Copper Watering Can: Strong watering can made of copper


- Skill Upgrades: Watering Can


  Skill lvl 1 & Tool lvl 0/Starter: Water 1 ahead
  
  o -

  Skill lvl 2 & Tool lvl 1/Iron: Water 3 ahead

  o - - - 

  Skill lvl 3 & Tool lvl 2/Copper: Water 3 ahead plus 3 ahead each side

    - - - 
  0 - - - 
    - - - 

  Skill lvl 4 & Tool lvl 3/Silver: Water 6 ahead plus 6 ahead each side

    - - - - - - 
  o - - - - - -
    - - - - - -

  Skill lvl 5 & Tool lvl 4/Gold: Water 6 ahead plus 6 ahead each side x2

    - - - - - -
    - - - - - -
  o - - - - - -
    - - - - - -
    - - - - - -

- Watering Can Holding Amounts:
  - Tool lvl 0/Basic: 21 squares - free from Souffle Farm (Homestay)
  - Tool lvl 1/Iron: 45 squares - 1,000 G
  - Tool lvl 2/Copper: 60 squares - 2,500 G
  - Tool lvl 3/Silver: 80 squares - 5,000 G
  - Tool lvl 4/Gold: 100 squares - 10,000 G

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Hoe:

  - Free when complete the Homestay (Souffle Farm)

  - Upgrade at the blacksmith's shop


- Skill Upgrades: Hoe


  Skill lvl 1 & Tool lvl 0: Water 1 ahead
  
  o -

  Skill lvl 2 & Tool lvl 1: Water 3 ahead

  o - - - 

  Skill lvl 3 & Tool lvl 2: Water 3 ahead plus 3 ahead each side

    - - - 
  0 - - - 
    - - - 

  Skill lvl 4 & Tool lvl 3: Water 6 ahead plus 6 ahead each side

    - - - - - - 
  o - - - - - -
    - - - - - -

  Skill lvl 5 & Tool lvl 4: Water 6 ahead plus 6 ahead each side x2

    - - - - - -
    - - - - - -
  o - - - - - -
    - - - - - -
    - - - - - -

  - Tool lvl 0/Basic - free from Souffle Farm (Homestay)
  - Tool lvl 1/Iron - 1,000 G
  - Tool lvl 2/Copper - 2,500 G
  - Tool lvl 3/Silver - 5,000 G
  - Tool lvl 4/Gold - 10,000 G 

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Axe:

  - Free - Get in Ganache Mine Area - Carpentry Shop/Meet Dale 
         - then meet Luke at the forest area near Carpentry Shop


- Skill Upgrades: Axe


  Skill lvl 1 & Tool lvl 0: Water 1 ahead
  
  o -

  Skill lvl 2 & Tool lvl 1: Water 1 ahead

  o - 

  Skill lvl 3 & Tool lvl 2: Water 3 ahead plus 3 ahead each side
 
  0 - - - 

  Skill lvl 4 & Tool lvl 3: Water 6 ahead plus 6 ahead each side

    - - - 
  o - - - 
    - - - 

  Skill lvl 5 & Tool lvl 4: Water 6 ahead plus 6 ahead each side

    - - - - - -
  o - - - - - -
    - - - - - -

  - Tool lvl 0/Basic - free from Luke
  - Tool lvl 1/Iron - 1,000 G
  - Tool lvl 2/Copper - 2,500 G
  - Tool lvl 3/Silver - 5,000 G
  - Tool lvl 4/Gold - 10,000 G 

......................................................................


Brush:

  - Buy at Brownie Ranch 
  - Need 1 farm star rank
  - Use to brush animals 
  - Costs 1,200 G 
  - Gives +10 LP

......................................................................


Milker:

  - Buy at Brownie Ranch 
  - Need 1 star farm rank
  - Use to milk cows/goats
  - Costs 1,500 G
  - Gives +3 LP

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Sickle:

  - Using a skill level 3 hammer, break the boulder leading to
    the ranch from the Ganache Mine Area (early spring)
      OR
  - At the end of your 1st spring then the Brownie Ranch will
    hold an opening event before the Animal Festival
  - Get from Cain for free
  - Upgrade at Ramsey's Blacksmith/Owen


- Skill Upgrades: Sickle


  Skill lvl 1 & Tool lvl 0: Water 1 ahead
  
  o -

  Skill lvl 2 & Tool lvl 1: Water 3 ahead

  o - - - 

  Skill lvl 3 & Tool lvl 2: Water 3 ahead plus 3 ahead each side

    - - - 
  0 - - - 
    - - - 

  Skill lvl 4 & Tool lvl 3: Water 6 ahead plus 6 ahead each side

    - - - - - - 
  o - - - - - -
    - - - - - -

  Skill lvl 5 & Tool lvl 4: Water 6 ahead plus 6 ahead each side x2

    - - - - - -
    - - - - - -
  o - - - - - -
    - - - - - -
    - - - - - -

  Buy:
  - Tool lvl 0/Basic/Starter - Buy at Brownie Ranch - 1,200 G

  Upgrade:
  - Tool lvl 1/Iron - 1,000 G
  - Tool lvl 2/Copper - 2,500 G
  - Tool lvl 3/Silver - 5,000 G
  - Tool lvl 4/Gold - 10,000 G 

.........................................................................


Hammer:

  - Get in Ganache Mine Area - Ramsey's Blacksmith Shop - Owen
  - Only tool needed to mine
  - Get down to the 30th floor of the Ganache Mines to get power berry

  - Tool lvl 0/Basic - free from Owen
  - Tool lvl 1/Iron - 1,000 G
  - Tool lvl 2/Copper - 2,500 G
  - Tool lvl 3/Silver - 5,000 G
  - Tool lvl 4/Gold - 10,000 G 

.........................................................................


Shears:

  - Buy at Brownie Ranch
  - Need 1 star farm rank
  - Use it to shear sheep
  - Gives +3 LP
  - Costs 1,200 G

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Bell:

  - Buy at Brownie Ranch
  - Need 1 star farm rank
  - Use it to call your animals
  - Costs 750 G

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Saddle:

  - Buy at Brownie Ranch
  - Need 2 star farm rank
  - Use it to ride horses & ostriches
  - Costs 2,400 G

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Animal Medicine:

  - Buy at Brownie Ranch
  - Need 1 star farm rank
  - Use it to heal sick animals
  - Costs 600 G



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      Furniture List (Complete from Everywhere)
===================================================

- This is the complete furniture list

- See Furniture (Basics) section for more details like how to
  place furniture and other details

- It has been compiled from all areas of the game so
  that you can view one list to get all furniture in
  the game

- To Get all the furniture and complete all the sets
  you will have to get the following lists bought from
  the following places:

  - Carpenter Shop
  - General Store
  - Arts Festival
  - Spring/Summer Flea Market



Carpenter Shop - 9am to 6pm - Closed Saturday
---------------

Occupants: Dale, Bo, Luke


Beds:

- Single Bed/Normal - 1,500 G
- single Bed/Cute - 1,500 G
- Single Bed/Chic - 1,800 G

- Straw Bed/Chic - 450 G
- Straw Bed/Normal - 600 G

- Luxury Bed/Gold - 3,000 G
- Luxury Bed/Rococo - 3,300 G
- Luxury Bed/Royal - 3, 750 G

- Double Bed/Normal - 5,250 G
- Double Bed/Cute - 5, 250 G
- Double Bed/Chic - 5,700 G

- Double Bed/Straw Bed/Chic - 1,950 G
- Double Bed/Straw Bed/Normal - 2,100 G

- Double Bed/Luxury Bed/Gold - 6,000 G
- Double Bed/Luxury Bed/Rococo - 6,000 G
- Double Bed/Luxury Bed/Royal - 6,750 G


Storage/Closet:

- Shelf Slots: 18/Small - 27/Medium - 36/Large

- Wardrobe/Chic - Small - 1,500 G
- Wardrobe/Cute - Small - 1,950 G

- Wardrobe/Normal - Medium - 2,400 G
- Wardrobe/Chic - Medium - 2,550 G
- Wardrobe/Cute - Medium - 3,000 G

- Wardrobe/Normal - Large - 3,300 G
- Wardrobe/Chic - Large - 3,450 G
- Wardrobe/Cute - Large - 3,900 G

- Cabinet/Normal - Small - 1,200 G
- Cabinet/Chic - Small - 1,200 G
- Cabinet/Cute - Small - 1,350 G

- Cabinet/Normal - Medium - 1,500 G
- Cabinet/Chic - Medium - 1,500 G
- Cabinet/Cute - Medium - 1,650 G

- Cabinet/Normal - Large - 2,250 G
- Cabinet/Chic - Large - 2,400 G
- Cabinet/Cute - Large - 2,700 G

- Bookshelf/Simple - 1,500 G
- Bookshelf/Green - 1,800 G

- Vanity/Simple - Medium - 1,800 G
- Vanity/Chic - Medium - 3,750 G
- Vanity/Cute - Medium - 4,200 G

- Vanity/Simple - Large - 3,750 G
- Vanity/Chic - Large - 3,750 G
- Vanity/Cute - Large - 4,200 G


Other:

- Table Set/Chic - 2,400 G
- Table Set/Simple - 2,700 G

- Table Set/Round/Wood - 3,000 G
- Table Set/Round/Chic - 3,300 G
- Table Set/Round/Modern - 3,300 G

- Stool/Round/Normal - 300 G
- Stool/Round/Country - 300 G
- Stool/Round/Cute - 375 G
- Stool/Round/Simple - 375 G

- Chairs/Normal - 600 G
- Chairs/Country - 600 G
- Chairs/Cute - 675 G
- Chairs/Simple - 675 G

- Sofa/Normal - 750 G
- Sofa/Country - 750 G
- Sofa/Chic - 780 G

- Sofa/Normal - Large - 1,500 G
- Sofa/Country - Large - 1,500 G
- Sofa/Chic - Large - 1,800 G


Note: Additional to complete "Other" sets

- Arts Festival - Sold by Bo:

  - Chair/Round/Chic - 375 G
  - Chair/Round/Lovely - 450 G

  - Chair/Chic - 675 G
  - Chair/Lovely - 720 G

  - Sofa/Urban - 750 G
  - Sofa/Lovely - 780 G

  - Sofa/Urban - Large - 1,650 G
  - Sofa/Lovely - Large - 1,875 G 

- Arts Festival - Sold by Owen:

  - Sofa/Simple - 750 G

  - Sofa/Simple - Large - 1,650 G




General Store - 9am to 6pm - Closed Monday
------------------

Occupants: Bo, Simon, Phoebe


- Matches - 1 star farm rank - 600 G
- Rattle - 1 star farm rank - 900 G

- Sickle/Iron - 1 star farm rank - 3,000 G
- Sickle/Copper - 1 star farm rank - 7,500 G
- Sickle/Silver - 1 star farm rank - 15,000 G
- Sickle/Gold - 1 star farm rank - 30,000 G

- Hoe/Iron - 1 star farm rank - 3,000 G
- Hoe/Copper - 1 star farm rank - 7,500 G
- Hoe/Silver - 1 star farm rank -15,000 G
- Hoe/Gold - 1 star farm rank - 30,000 G

- Hammer/Iron - 1 star farm rank - 3,000 G
- Hammer/Copper - 1 star farm rank - 7,500 G
- Hammer/Silver - 1 star farm rank -15,000 G
- Hammer/Gold - 1 star farm rank - 30,000 G

- Axe/Iron - 1 star farm rank - 3,000 G
- Axe/Copper - 1 star farm rank - 7,500 G
- Axe/Silver - 1 star farm rank -15,000 G
- Axe/Gold - 1 star farm rank - 30,000 G

- Fishing Pole/Iron - 1 star farm rank - 3,000 G
- Fishing Pole/Copper - 1 star farm rank - 7,500 G
- Fishing Pole/Silver - 1 star farm rank -15,000 G
- Fishing Pole/Gold - 1 star farm rank - 30,000 G

- Watering Can/Iron - 1 star farm rank - 3,000 G
- Watering Can/Copper - 1 star farm rank - 7,500 G
- Watering Can/Silver - 1 star farm rank -15,000 G
- Watering Can/Gold - 1 star farm rank - 30,000 G

- Calendar/Lovely - 1 star farm rank - 225 G
- Calendar/Chic - 1 star farm rank - 180 G

- Cheap TV - 1 star farm rank - 600 G
- TV - 2 star farm rank - 1,350 G
- TV/Gorgeous - 0 star farm rank - 5,250 G

- Telephone/Touch Tone/Cute - 2 star farm rank - 750 G
- Telephone/Touch Tone/Country - 2 star farm rank - 750 G
- Telephone/Dial/Classic - 2 star farm rank - 750 G
- Telephone/Dial/Heartful - 2 star farm rank - 900 G
- Telephone/Dial/Luxury - 0 star farm rank - 1,275 G

- Clock/Round - 1 star farm rank - 525 G
- Clock/Square - 1 star farm rank - 600 G
- Clock/Gorgeous - 1 star farm rank - 1,275 G

- Stove/Wood - 2 star farm rank - 900 G
- Heater/Oil - 0 star farm rank - 1,800 G

- Refrigerator/Normal - Small - 1 star farm rank - 1,200 G
- Refrigerator/Normal - Medium - 2 star farm rank - 2,250 G
- Refrigerator/Normal - Large - 0 star farm rank - 3,750 G

- Book/TV Guide/Listings - 1 star farm rank - 450 G
- Book/Advanced Mining - 2 star farm rank - 750 G
- Book/Island Guide, Vol 2 - 1 star farm rank - 750 G
- Book/Advanced Farming - 2 star farm rank - 750 G
- Book/Waffle Island History - 1 star farm rank - 450 G
- Book/Animal Care Tool Guide - 0 star farm rank - 750 G
- Book/Advanced Fishing - 0 star farm rank - 750 G
- Book/Parenting - 2 star farm rank - 450 G

- Mayonnaise Maker - 0 star farm rank - 3,000 G
- Butter Maker - 0 star farm rank - 3,750 G
- Cheese Maker - 0 star farm rank - 4,200 G
- Yarn Maker & Dye Pot - 0 star farm rank - 4,500 G

- Cutting Board Set/Cute - 0 star farm rank - 1,800 G
- Cutting Board Set/Country - 1 star farm rank - 1,500 G
- Cutting Board Set/Normal - 1 star farm rank - 1,500 G
- Cutting Board Set/Simple - 2 star farm rank - 1,650 G

- Pot/Cute - 0 star farm rank - 2,550 G
- Pot/Country - 1 star farm rank - 2,250 G 
- Pot/Normal - 1 star farm rank - 2,550 G
- Pot/Simple - 2 star farm rank - 2,400 G

- Frying Pan/Cute - 0 star farm rank - 2,100 G
- Frying Pan/Country - 1 star farm rank - 1,800 G
- Frying Pan/Normal - 1 star farm rank - 1,800 G
- Frying Pan/Simple - 2 star farm rank - 1,950 G

- Mixer/Blender/Cute - 0 star farm rank - 1,500 G
- Mixer/Blender/Country - 1 star farm rank - 1,200 G
- Mixer/Blender/Normal - 1 star farm rank - 1,200 G
- Mixer/Blender/Simple - 2 star farm rank - 1,350 G

- Oven/Microwave/Cute - 0 star farm rank - 2,850 G
- Oven/Microwave/Country - 1 star farm rank - 2,550 G
- Oven/Microwave/Normal - 1 star farm rank - 2,550 G
- Oven/Microwave/Simple - 2 star farm rank - 2,700 G

- Aging Pot/Fermentation Pot/Cute/White - 0 star farm rank - 2,325 G
- Aging Pot/Fermentation Pot/Country/Gray - 1 star farm rank - 2,175 G
- Aging Pot/Fermentation Pot/Normal/Brown - 1 star farm rank - 2,175 G
- Aging Pot/Fermentation Pot/Simple/Clay - 2 star farm rank - 2,475 G


Note: Additional to complete sets above:

- Arts Festival - Sold by Owen:

  - Refrigerator/Simple - Small - 1,350 G
  - Refrigerator/Simple - Medium - 2,700 G
  - Refrigerator/Simple - Large - 4,200 G

  - Telephone/Touch Tone/Simple - 825 G

  - Calendar/Simple - 150 G


- Arts Festival - Sold by Bo:

  - Telephone/Dial/Royal - 1,050 G

  - Clock/Cuckoo - 750 G

  - Stove/Potbelly - 1,350 G



- Spring/Summer Flea Market - sold by Mira

  - Cutting Board Set/Gorgeous - 3,000 G
  - Pot/Gorgeous - 3,750 G
  - Frying Pan/Gorgeous - 3,300 G
  - Oven/Microwave/Gorgeous - 4,050 G
  - Mixer/Blender/Gorgeous - 2,700 G
  - Aging Pot/Fermentation Pot/Gorgeous/Gold - 3,675 G



============================
    TV & TV Guide List
============================


TV:
---

- Buy a TV from General Store and then
  you can watch a variety of programs

- All TVs have the same programs & schedules

- You can also watch the weather forecast

  - Morning: Today's weather
  - Evening: Tomorrow's weather

- You can use the telephone at any time instead
  of the TV to check tomorrow's forecast

- The weather shown/stated is always the correct
  weather and not partially correct as in some
  other Harvest Moon games

- There are a variety of colors/types of TVs
  including a very nice large one (Flat Screen)



TV Guide/Listings:
------------------

- Buy the TV Guide from General Store

- Mondays start the new information on an
  animal and a recipe

- Waffle Island News tells you what is happening in town
  like new arrivals, festivals, etc

- Kingdom of Wildlife discusses wild animals
  and their favorite foods and domestic animals



- TV Schedule: 


Mon - Fri:

- 6am to 10am 
     - Today's Forecast 
     - Rainbow Weather Forecast/Elli
- 10am to 2pm 
     - Cooking Show
     - Rainbow Cooking/Maya
     - New recipe each week
     - If watched, recipe appears in recipe list/bookshelf
     - If you miss a recipe then you have to wait until
       it recycles again which may be a while
- 2pm to 6pm
     - News Show 
     - Waffle Island News/Elli
     - All Island Events/new arrivals/festivals/etc
- 6pm to 10pm 
     - Tomorrow's Forecast
     - Rainbow Weather Forecast/Elli
- 10pm to 2am
     - Animal Show 
     - Kingdom of Wildlife/Chloe
     - Info on Wild & Domestic Animals
     - New animal featured each week


Sat - Sun:

- 6am to 10am 
     - Today's Forecast
     - Rainbow Weather Forecast/Elli
- 10am to 2pm
     - Art Show
     - Mastery of Beauty/Elli
     - Various artworks shown
- 2pm to 6pm
     - News Show
     - Waffle Island News/Elli
     - All Island Events/new arrivals/festivals/etc     
- 6pm to 10pm 
     - Tomorrow's Forecast
     - Rainbow Weather Forecast/Elli
- 10pm to 2am
     - Art Show
     - Mastery of Beauty/Elli
     - Various artworks shown


- 2am to 6am 
     – No programming currently available     
     - Our network has signed off for the night – NNC



============================
      Telephone List
============================


- Telephones will show shop/business phone numbers to call

- Buy a telephone from General Store and then you can call
  shops which list their shop/business hours & closed day
  - They also may list any specials available
  - You can also go to the shops and read their shop signs
    to get business hours and star ranks of businesses
  - Telephones are a good way to check if the store you
    are going to is open that day before you head out

- The only business that you can order items by phone will
  be Taylor's Seeds

- If you misdial then it connects you with a really
  confused person on the other end. Apparently they are
  at Sunny Island Animal Store - it is funny.


- When Taylor is in town then you can call (Taylor's Seeds)
  and buy seeds, seedlings, & fertilizer right over the phone

  - Complete 1st rainbow to get him to move to island
  - He will move in a few seasons later (about 3 seasons)
  - You can call day or night - no set schedule
  - He doesn't sell all seeds but he sells a lot of them
  - He sells some seeds that you can't buy anywhere else
    like Flax Seeds to make flax yarn, Carrots, Eggplant
  - See Complete Seeds List in the Summary Lists section

- All telephones work the same way and give the same information

- There are a variety of colors/types of telephones including
  dial type and touch tone phones


Shop Phone Numbers:

   - Weather Forecast - 010
   - Taylor's Seeds - 881
   - General Store - 729
   - Souffle Farm - 415
   - Brownie Ranch - 652
   - Town Hall - 890
   - Sundae Inn - 919
   - On The Hook - 357
   - Meringue Clinic - 195
   - Ramsey's Blacksmith - 246
   - Dale's Carpentry - 558


===================
     Bookshelf
===================

- All these are listed in order of appearance in lists
  so if you are lacking a colored item then you can
  use these lists to discover what item you are missing

- Descriptions are EXACTLY as displayed in-game for each
  item (plus I added any additional notes if any). Some
  descriptions are vague or general and most give a clue
  on how to use them in recipes or how to get them.

- Items in these lists are pre-set. If you acquire a
  shining flax first the list will still display a decent
  flax (same with other items/displays whatever is pre-set
  whether it displays a low grade or high grade) so don't
  be worried about acquiring the best grade first for the
  lists.

- Some of the items will be duplicated on more than one
  list (such as the pearl). You only need to get one
  of the item to have it appear on all the lists that
  list the item.

- All items/entries are listed in order from left to right
  & top to bottom (same as bookshelf order)

- Past Harvest Moon games usually have had a shipping
  list that listed every/or nearly every item in the
  game once you shipped the item (even down to animal
  feed and the blue feather). Most times at least most
  of the items in the shipping list were required to
  marry a special character in the game. If you
  concider yourself a Harvest Moon game completist
  then you would complete the entire shipping list
  even though it wasn't entirely required.

- In this Harvest Moon game there is no one shipping list.
  Instead, there is a much simplier "aquire" list. This
  aquire list is essentially broken up into tabs and
  stored in your bookshelf. Once you acquire the item
  then the picture of that item is colored in and lists
  brief info about the item once you click on the colored
  picture. If you have not acquired the item then the
  uncolored picture will display a row of question marks.
  You only have to acquire the item and you do not have
  to ship the item if you do not want to ship it. This
  makes it much easier than previous games because not
  every item is accounted for (note that you need all
  colors of perfume but not all colors of honey, etc).
  This also frees up some of the same items to be used
  twice (King Fish: Catch for Fish List and then grill
  same fish for Cooking List/Bonfire). In my opinion this
  game's "shipping list" is WAY to easy but it is good
  for someone new to Harvest Moon or the casual gamer.
  I will make an unofficial shipping list in this guide
  for the Harvest Moon completist that will include a
  checklist of every shippable item in this game for
  those who want more of a challenge. See Complete
  Unofficial Shipping List section.



Items Lists
-----------

Displays:

- Items you've found/acquired

- Each colored item displays:
  - Quality type if available
  - Item description
  - Item shipping price
  - Picture of item
  - See Summary List/Items List section
    for more info on each item listed here


 - Crop List

    - Rice - Can be used for rice dishes.
    - Breadfruit - Ingredient for various breads and snacks.
    - Cocoa - A necessity for sweet snacks.
    - Spicy Pepper - Typical ingredient for tropical cooking.
    - Buckwheat - Well-grown buckwheat. Used for cooking various
         buckwheat dishes.
    - Flax - Becomes decent flax yarn with a yarn maker.
    - Turnip - Popular as pickled turnips.
    - Potato - Popular vegetable good for frying and boiling.
    - Cabbage - Usually eaten raw or used as a recipe ingredient.
    - Corn - Good for baking and boiling.
    - Tomato - Fruit used in many dishes.
    - Onion - Used in a variety of dishes.
    - Eggplant - Popular as grilled or pickled eggplant.
    - Pumpkin - Good for stew or baked into pie.
    - Yam - Delicious when baked.
    - Bell Pepper - Adds color to dishes when used as an ingredient.
    - Carrot - Great for stews and juices.
    - Spinach - Great if boiled and sauteed.
    - Strawberry - Very popular and has a high selling price!
    - Honeydew - Prized fruit with a very high selling price!
    - Watermelon - Sweet and delicious summer fruit.
    - Apple - For pies, Cakes and juices.
    - Grape - Mainly used for making juices.
    - Orange - Used most commonly for making juices.
    - Cherry - Eat as it is.
    - Chestnut - For rice dishes and sweet snacks.


 - Flower List

    - Moondrop Flower - A yellow Spring flower. Used for perfume and
         honey.
    - Lavender Flower - A purple Spring flower. Used for perfume and
         honey.
    - Tulip Flower - A red Spring flower. Used for perfume and its
         nectar is used to make honey.
    - Hyacinth - A yellow Spring flower. Used for perfume and honey.
    - Pinkcat Flower - A purple Summer flower. Used for perfume and honey.
    - Sunflower - A yellow Summer flower. Used for perfume and honey.
    - Lily Flower - A yellow Summer flower. Used for perfume and honey.
    - Pansy Flower - A yellow Summer flower. Used for perfume and honey.
    - Blue Mist Flower - A blue Fall flower. Used for perfume and its
         nectar is used to make honey.
    - Begonia Flower - A purple Fall flower. Used for perfume and its
         nectar is used to make honey.
    - Hibiscus Flower - A red Summer flower. Used for perfume and its
         nectar is used to make honey.
    - Cosmos Flower - A red Fall flower. Used for perfume and its nectar
         is used to make honey.
    - Morning Glory Flower - A blue Fall flower. Used for perfume and its
         nectar is used to make honey.
    - Rose Flower - A red Fall flower. Used for perfume and its nectar is
         used to make honey.
    - Chrysanthemum Flower - A yellow Fall flower. Used for perfume and its
         nectar is used to make honey.
    - Green Bell Flower - A green Winter flower. Used for perfume and honey.
    - Anemone Flower - A red Winter flower. Used for perfume and its nectar
         is used to make honey.
    - Snowflake Flower - A yellow Winter flower. Used for perfume and to
         make honey.


 - Animal List

    - Cow - Produces milk once a day.
    - Horse - Can ride to travel faster. The horse will go
         faster as you become friends.
    - Sheep - Can shear it. The wool will regrow in four
         days after shearing.
    - Chicken - Lays one egg per day.
    - Ostrich - Can ride to travel faster. Lays one big egg every four days.
    - Duck - Lays one egg every two days.
    - Goat - Produces milk once per day.
    - Silkworm - Makes a cocoon every 4 days.


 - Animal Product List
    - Chicken Egg - Egg laid by a chicken. Can be used for
         cooking. Low shipping price.
    - Ostrich Egg - Egg laid by an ostrich. Can be used for cooking.
         Modest shipping price.
    - Duck Egg - Egg laid by a duck. Can be used for cooking.
         Low shipping price.
    - Cow Milk - Milk from a cow. Low shipping price.
    - Goat Milk - Milk from goats. Low shipping price.
    - Wool - Wool sheared from sheep. Becomes decent yarn
         with a yarn maker.
    - Honey - Delicious honey made by honeybees. Sweet and
         Delicious!
    - Cocoon - Cocoon from silkworm. Becomes decent silk yarn
         with a yarn maker. (actually it is silk thread)
    - Mayonnaise - Mayonnaise made from chicken eggs.
    - Cow Milk Butter - Butter made from decent milk.
    - Goat Milk Butter - Butter made from decent goat milk.
    - Cow Milk Cheese - Cheese made from decent milk.
    - Goat Milk Cheese - Cheese made from decent goat milk.
    - Wool Yarn - Decent wool put through a yarn maker.
    - Silk Yarn - Decent cocoon put through a yarn maker. (thread)
    - Flax Yarn - Decent Flax Seed put through a yarn maker.


 - Fish List

    - Swordfish - Found around the Gull Islands and Toucan
         Island. Has a pointed nose.
    - Char - Found in the upper part of the river.
    - Rainbow Trout - Found in the middle to upper parts of
         the river.
    - Masu Trout - Found in the middle to upper parts of the
         river from Spring to Fall.
    - Big-Scaled Redfin - Found in the lower to middle parts
         of the river and also in the lake.
    - Carp - Found in the lower to middle parts of the river
         and also in the lake.
    - Eel - Found in lake, lower to middle parts of the river.
         Summer to Winter.
    - Pond Smelt - Found in the lake from Summer to Winter.
    - Huchen - Found in the middle to upper parts of the river.
         Extremely rare!
    - Salmon - Found in the river during Fall and Winter.
    - Catfish - Found in the lake.
    - Puffer Fish - Found in the ocean during Sprind and Winter.
         Don't eat it! It's poisonous!
    - Goby - Found in the ocean and around the West Gull Island.
    - Sardine - Found in the ocean during Fall and Winter.
    - Mahi-Mahi - Found around Toucan Island.
    - Horse Mackerel - Found in the ocean.
    - Sea Bream - Found around the Gull Islands from Spring to
         Fall. Considered lucky.
    - Bonito - 
    - Mackerel - 
    - Saury - Found in the ocean during Fall and Winter. Very
         delicious fish!
    - Manta Ray - Found around Toucan Island. Has a unique taste.
    - Rockfish - Found in the ocean during Spring and Summer.
    - Cod - Found in the ocean during Fall and Winter.
    - Angler Fish - 
    - Rock Trout - Found deep in ocean near Gull Islands during
         Spring and Winter.
    - Yellow Tail - Found around Gull Islands during Spring and
         Winter.
    - Tuna - Found in the ocean around East Gull Island. Hard to
         catch.
    - Conger Eel - Found in the ocean only during Summer. Very
         delicious.
    - Halibut - Found in the around Gull Islands during Fall and
         Winter. (grammer error included)
    - Flounder - Found in the around Gull Islands in Spring, Fall,
         and Winter. (gammer error included)
    - Squid - Found in the ocean around Gull Islands in Spring,
         Summer, and Winter.
    - Octopus - Found in the ocean around Gull Islands. Uses ink
         to escape danger.
    - Crawfish - Found in the lake from Spring to Fall. Low shipping
         price.
    - Freshwater Prawn - Found in the lake from Spring to Fall.
    - Rock Lobster - Found around the Gull Islands during Spring
         and Winter. Very delicious!
    - Lobster - Found around Toucan Island. High shipping price!
    - Shark - Found around Gull Islands during Summer and Fall.
    - Wood Fish - Found in the Harvest Goddess Pond only at night.
         Eats wood chips.
    - Skull Jellyfish - 
    - Seasky Fish - Found in the river. Only appears during a typhoon
         or snowstorm.
    - King Fish - A legendary fish found in deep underground lakes.
         The ultimate catch!


 - Gem List

    - Iron Ore - An ore that contains iron.
    - Copper Ore - An ore that contains copper.
    - Silver Ore - An ore that contains silver.
    - Gold Ore - An ore that contains gold.
    - Rare Ore - An ore that contains rare material.
    - Blue Wonderful - Beautiful blue stone.
    - Red Wonderful - Beautiful red stone.
    - Green Wonderful - Beautiful green stone.
    - White Wonderful - Beautiful white stone.
    - Yellow Wonderful - Beautiful yellow stone.
    - Purple Wonderful - Beautiful purple stone.
    - Scrap Iron - The scrap iron removed from junk ore.
    - Iron - The iron removed from iron ore.
    - Copper -The copper removed from copper ore.
    - Silver - The silver removed from silver ore.
    - Gold - The gold removed from gold ore.
    - Rare Metal - Refined rare material from rare ore.
    - Pearl - Can be found at the beach. Jewel grown
         inside an oyster.
    - Rose Stone - Gem found in a red wonderful.
    - Glass - Clear and colorless bead. Low value.
    - Lapis Lazuli - Gem found in a blue wonderful.
    - Jade - Gem found in a green wonderful.
    - Moonlight Stone - Gem found in a white wonderful.
    - Amber - Gem found in a yellow wonderful.
    - Peridot - Gem occasionally found in a green wonderful.
    - Spinel - Gem occasionally found in a red wonderful.
    - Topaz - Expensive gem rarely found in a yellow wonderful.
    - Sapphire - Gem occasionally found in a blue wonderful.
    - Diamond - Expensive gem very rarely found in a white
         wonderful. The finest gem!
    - Ruby - Expensive gem rarely found in a red wonderful.
    - Aquamarine - Expensive gem rarely found in a blue wonderful.
    - Crystal - Expensive gem rarely found in a white wonderful.
    - Emerald - Expensive gem rarely found in a green wonderful.
    - Garnet - Gem occasionally found in a purple wonderful.
    - Amethyst - Expensive gem rarely found in a purple wonderful.


 - Forged Item List

    - Green Herb - Used for medicine, tea, and cooking.
    - Yellow Herb - Used for medicine, tea, and cooking.
    - Red Herb - Used for medicine, tea, and cooking.
    - Purple Herb - Used for medicine, tea, and cooking.
    - Blue Herb - Used for medicine, tea, and cooking.
    - Royal Jelly - Nutritious jelly from honeybees.
    - Very Berry - Wild fruit found in hills and fields. Ingredient
         for jams and snacks.
    - Blueberry - Wild fruit found in hills and fields. Ingredient
         for jams and snacks.
    - Mushroom - Found in fields and mines. Edible, but not very
         nutritious.
    - Banana - Wild fruit found on Toucan Island. Nutritious and
         delicious.
    - Pineapple - Wild fruit found on Toucan Island.
    - Coconut - Wild fruit found on Toucan Island.
    - Pontata Root - Found in mines and fields. Reduces drowsiness
         when used in medicine.
    - Clam - Shellfish found at beaches. Can be cooked.
    - Laver Seaweed - Seaweed found around the seashore. Used in
         miso soup.
    - Sea Urchin - A delicacy found on beaches. Very delicious.
    - Common Seashell - Often found on beaches.
    - Coral - A piece of coral. Found on beaches.
    - Pearl - Can be found at the beach. Jewel grown inside an oyster.


 - Other Item List

    - Black Pearl - Can be found at the beach. Very rare!
    - Rare Metal - Refined rare material from rare ore.
    - Empty Can - Trash. Useless.
    - Rubber Boot - Trash. Useless.
    - Swim Shorts - Trash. Useless.
      - Poor Toby 
        - He keeps napping by the water and falling in and then he is
          too embarrassed to re-surface when you snag his swim shorts, lol
    - Algae - The weed of the sea. Useless.
    - Wood Fish - Found in the Harvest Goddess Pond only at night. Eats
        wood chips.
    - Skull Jellyfish
    - King Fish - A legendary fish found in deep underground lakes.
        The ultimate catch!
    - Toadstool - Found in fields and mines. Very Poisonous.
    - Fancy Seashell - A nice-looking seashell occasionally found on
        beaches.
    - Royal Jelly - Nutritious jelly from honeybees.
    - Bamboo Shoot - Found at the mountain. Can be used in cooking.
    - Shining Bamboo Shoot - Found at the mountain. Top-quality.
        Can be used in cooking.
    - Shining Apple - Top-quality apple! Used most commonly for making
        juice.
    - Shining Grape - Top-quality grape! Used most commonly for making
        juice.
    - Shining Orange - Top-quality orange! Used most commonly for making
        juice.
    - Shining Cherry - Top-quality cherry! Used most commonly for making
        juice.
    - Shining Chestnut - Top quality chestnut! Used most commonly for
        making juice.



Recipes
-------

Displays:

- Recipes you've found
  - Cutting Board (Knife Set)
  - Pot
  - Frying Pan
  - Oven (Microwave)
  - Mixer (Blender)
  - Aging Pot (Fermentation Pot)
  - Bonfire (Firewood Stack)
- Quality type if available
- Recipe description
- Includes utensils & ingredients needed
- Recipe shipping price
- Picture of recipe
- See Recipe List section for a more shortened
  basic recipe list with additional info

- There are 221 total recipes to collect for
  the bookshelf/cooking lists
- Below: lists exact descriptions in bookshelf
  for each recipe
- All are listed in order from left to right
  & top to bottom (same as bookshelf order)



 --- Cutting Board --- (23 recipes)



    - Failed Dish
        - Failed dish.

        - Cooking Equipment:
          - Bonfire
          - Oven
          - Cutting Board

        - Ingredients:
          - Failed dish using ingredients that
            aren't in the recipe.

    - Rice Ball
        - Dish made with a hearty helping of rice.

        - Cooking Equipment:
          - Cutting Board

        - Ingredients:
          - Rice

    - Sashimi
      - Dish made with sliced fish. Can be made with
        various kinds of fish.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Cutting Board

      - Ingredients:
        - Fish X2 or more (any)

    - Sushi
      - Decent sashimi on top of rice.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Cutting Board

      - Ingredients:
        - Rice
        - Fish X1 or more (any)

    - Chirashi Sushi
      - A bowl of sushi rice with assorted sashimi.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Cutting Board

      - Ingredients:
        - Rice
        - Egg
        - Mushroom
        - Rock Lobster
        - Conger Eel

    - Marinated Fish
      - A marinated fish with seafood.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Cutting Board

      - Ingredients:
        - Fish (any)
        - Onion
        - Herb (any)

    - Marinated Mushrooms
      - Marinated mushrooms with spices.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Cutting Board

      - Ingredients:
        - Mushroom
        - Herb (any)

    - Pie Crust
      - Made from breadfruit and used to make delicious sweets.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Cutting Board

      - Ingredients:
        - Breadfruit
        - Butter

    - Vegetable Salad
      - Salad made with vegetables. Any kind of vegetable will do.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Cutting Board

      - Ingredients:
        - vegetable (any)
        - Mayonnaise

    - Egg Salad
      - Salad made with eggs, mayonnaise, and vegetables.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Cutting Board

      - Ingredients:
        - Vegetable (any)
        - Egg
        - Mayonnaise

    - Vegetable Sandwich
      - A sandwich made with crisp, fresh vegetables.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Cutting Board

      - Ingredients:
        - Bread
        - Butter
        - Vegetable (any)
        - Mayonnaise

    - Egg Sandwich
      - A sandwich made with fresh eggs.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Cutting Board

      - Ingredients:
        - Bread
        - Butter
        - Egg
        - Mayonnaise

    - Mushroom Rice
      - Rice cooked with mushroom.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Cutting Board

      - Ingredients:
        - Rice
        - Mushroom

    - Potato Rice
      - Rice cooked with yam.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Cutting Board

      - Ingredients:
        - Rice
        - Yam

    - Chestnut Rice
      - Rice cooked with chestnuts.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Cutting Board

      - Ingredients:
        - Rice
        - Chestnut

    - Bamboo Rice
      - Rice cooked with bamboo shoots.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Cutting Board

      - Ingredients:
        - Rice
        - Bamboo Shoot

    - Egg Rice
      - Eggs on top of rice.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Cutting Board

      - Ingredients:
        - Rice
        - Egg

    - Eel Bowl
      - Grilled eel on top of rice.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Cutting Board

      - Ingredients:
        - Rice
        - Eel

    - Conger Eel Bowl
      - Grilled conger eel on top of rice.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Cutting Board

      - Ingredients:
        - Rice
        - Conger Eel

    - Tuna Bowl
      - Tuna sashimi on top of rice.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Cutting Board

      - Ingredients:
        - Rice
        - Tuna

    - Buckwheat Chips
      - Buckwheat kneaded with hot water. Simple and healthy.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Cutting Board

      - Ingredients:
        - Buckwheat

    - Chocolate Bar
      - Hardened mixture of cocoa and milk.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Cutting Board

      - Ingredients:
        - Cocoa
        - Milk

    - Chocolate Banana
      - Banana dipped in chocolate.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Cutting Board

      - Ingredients:
        - Cocoa
        - Milk
        - Banana



 --- Pot --- (45 recipes)


    - Failed Soup
      - Failed soup.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Failed soup from using ingredients that
          aren't in the recipe

    - Potato Stew
      - Potatoes stewed in a pot.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Potato

    - Yam Stew
      - Yam stewed in a pot.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Yam

    - Bamboo Stew
      - Bamboo stewed in a pot.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Bamboo Shoot

    - Pumpkin Stew
      - Pumpkin stewed in a pot.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Pumpkin

    - Boiled Corn
      - Corn boiled in a pot.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Corn

    - Steamed Turnip
      - Sliced steamed sea bream in grated turnips.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Turnip
        - Sea Bream

    - Cheese Risotto
      - Sauteed rice simmered with cheese.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Rice
        - Cheese
        - Onion

    - Tomato Risotto
      - Sauteed rice simmered with tomatoes.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Rice
        - Tomato
        - Onion

    - Seafood Risotto
      - Sauteed rice simmered with seafood.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Rice
        - Squid
        - Clam
        - Onion
        - Prawn, Crawfish, Lobster, or Rock Lobster

    - Spinach Risotto
      - Sauteed rice simmered with spinach.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Rice
        - Spinach
        - Onion

    - Bouillabaisse
      - A seafood soup with a nice aroma of herbs.
        Decent ingredients used.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Tomato
        - Onion
        - Red Herb
        - Fish (any)
        - Prawn, Crawfish, Lobster, or Rock Lobster

    - Spicy Seafood Soup
      - Spicy soup with shrimp.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Tomato
        - Onion
        - Spicy Peppers
        - Prawn, Crawfish, Lobster, or Rock Lobster

    - Egg Soup
      - Egg and milk soup.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Egg
        - Milk

    - Corn Soup
      - Corn and milk soup.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Corn
        - Milk

    - Tomato Soup
      - Tomato and milk soup.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Tomato
        - Milk

    - Shark Fin Soup
      - Soup made with the fin of a shark.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Shark
        - Herb (any)
        - Spinach

    - Stew
      - Vegetables simmered in milk.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Milk
        - Butter
        - Carrot
        - Onion
        - Potato

    - Seafood Stew
      - Seafood simmered in milk.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Milk
        - Butter
        - Clam
        - Squid
        - Prawn, Crawfish, Lobster, or Rock Lobster

    - Spicy Stew
      - Stew with hot spices.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Milk
        - Spicy Pepper
        - Carrot
        - Onion
        - Potato

    - Salmon Cream Stew
      - Salmon simmered in milk.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Milk
        - Butter
        - Carrot
        - Onion
        - Salmon

    - Sardine Tomato Stew
      - Sardines and tomatoes cooked together in a pot.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Sardine
        - Tomato
        - Herb (any)

    - Saury Tomato Stew
      - Saury and tomatoes cooked together in a pot.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Saury
        - Tomato
        - Herb (any)

    - Squid Tomato Stew
      - Squid and tomatoes cooked together in a pot.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Squid
        - Tomato
        - Herb (any)

    - Steamed Egg
      - Steamed egg with same added filling.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Egg
        - Freshwater Prawn
        - Spinach

    - Boiled Spinach
      - Fresh spinach boiled.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Spinach

    - Cheese Fondue
      - Melted cheese served with bread. High in calories.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Cheese
        - Grape Cocktail
        - Bread

    - Chocolate Fondue
      - Melted chocolate served with bread. High in calories.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Cocoa
        - Milk
        - Bread

    - Marmalade
      - Jam made with oranges. A refreshing, sweet taste.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Orange X2

    - Very Berry Jam
      - Jam made with very berries. Very sweet.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Very Berry X2

    - Blueberry Jam
      - Jam made with blueberries. Very sweet.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Blueberry X2

    - Strawberry Jam
      - Jam made with strawberries. Very sweet.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Strawberry X2

    - Apple Jam
      - Jam made with apples. A refreshing, sweet taste.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Apple X2

    - Buckwheat Noodles
      - Kneaded and boiled buckwheat. Light and healthy.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Buckwheat

    - B. (Buckwheat) Noodles with Egg
      - Boiled buckwheat with a raw egg on top. Light and healthy.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Buckwheat
        - Egg

    - Tempura Buckwheat Noodles
      - Boiled buckwheat with tempura on top.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Buckwheat
        - Egg Plant (eggplant)
        - Prawn, Crawfish, Lobster, or Rock Lobster

    - Shark Fin Stew
      - Stewed shark fin

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Shark

    - Potato Miso Soup
      - Miso soup with potatoes and seaweed.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Potato
        - Laver Seaweed

    - Seaweed Miso Soup
      - Miso soup with seaweed.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Laver Seaweed

    - Clam Soup
      - Clear soup with clams.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Clam

    - Fish Soup
      - Clear soup with sea bream.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Sea Bream

    - Hot Milk
      - Warmed milk.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Milk

    - Hot Cocoa
      - Milk with cocoa.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Milk
        - Cocoa

    - Herbal Tea
      - Herbs in hot water.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Herb (any)

    - Milk Tea
      - Herbs in milk.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Herb (any)
        - Milk



 --- Frying Pan --- (22 recipes)


    - Weird Dish
      - Weird dish.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Aging Pot
        - Frying Pan

      - Ingredients:
        - Weird dish using ingredients that
          aren't in the recipe

    - Fried Egg
      - Egg cooked in a frying pan.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Frying Pan

      - Ingredients:
        - Egg

    - Plain Omelet
      - Beaten eggs cooked in butter.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Frying Pan

      - Ingredients:
        - Egg
        - Butter

    - Tomato Omelet
      - Beaten eggs with tomatoes cooked in butter.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Frying Pan

      - Ingredients:
        - Egg
        - Tomato
        - Butter

    - Cheese Omelet
      - Beaten eggs with cheese cooked in butter.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Frying Pan

      - Ingredients:
        - Egg
        - Cheese
        - Butter

    - Omelet Rice
      - Sauteed rice wrapped in eggs.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Frying Pan

      - Ingredients:
        - Egg
        - Butter
        - Rice

    - Southern Omelet
      - Southern-style fried rice wrapped in eggs.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Frying Pan

      - Ingredients:
        - Egg
        - Rice
        - Pineapple
        - Spicy Pepper
        - Prawn, Crawfish, Lobster, or Rock Lobster

    - Fried Rice
      - Sauteed rice with other ingredients.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Frying Pan

      - Ingredients:
        - Rice
        - Onion
        - Egg

    - Seafood Fried Rice
      - Sauteed rice with seafood.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Frying Pan

      - Ingredients:
        - Rice
        - Onion
        - Egg
        - Squid
        - Prawn, Crawfish, Lobster, or Rock Lobster

    - Southern Fried Rice
      - Fried rice accented with hot spices and pineapple.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Frying Pan

      - Ingredients:
        - Rice
        - Pineapple
        - Spicy Pepper
        - Prawn, Crawfish, Lobster, or Rock Lobster

    - Salmon Fried Rice
      - Fried rice with salmon.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Frying Pan

      - Ingredients:
        - Rice
        - Egg
        - Salmon

    - Croquette
      - Deep Fried mashed potato patty.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Frying Pan

      - Ingredients:
        - Potato
        - Breadfruit
        - Egg

    - Pumpkin Croquette
      - Deep fried mashed pumpkin patty.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Frying Pan

      - Ingredients:
        - Pumpkin
        - Breadfruit
        - Egg

    - Fish Meuniere
      - Fish sauteed in butter garnished with spinach.
        Decent ingredients used.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Frying Pan

      - Ingredients:
        - Fish (any)
        - Butter
        - Herb (any)
        - Spinach

    - Sauteed Clam
      - Clams sauteed in butter.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Frying Pan

      - Ingredients:
        - Clam
        - Butter

    - Sauteed Spinach
      - Spinach sauteed in butter.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Frying Pan

      - Ingredients:
        - Spinach
        - Butter

    - Sauteed Mushroom
      - Mushrooms sauteed in butter.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Frying Pan

      - Ingredients:
        - Mushroom
        - Butter

    - Sauteed Potato
      - Potatoes baked with butter on top.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Frying Pan

      - Ingredients:
        - Potato
        - Butter

    - Stir Fry (Stir-fry)
      - Vegetables stir-fried in a frying pan.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Frying Pan

      - Ingredients:
        - Vegetable (any)

    - Pancake
      - A mixture of breadfruit, eggs, and milk.
        Delicious with honey.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Frying Pan

      - Ingredients:
        - Breadfruit
        - Milk
        - Egg
        - Honey

    - Potato Pancake
      - A mixture of grated potatoes, eggs, and milk.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Frying Pan

      - Ingredients:
        - Potato
        - Egg
        - Milk

    - Ratatouille
      - Vegetables cooked in tomato.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Frying Pan

      - Ingredients:
        - Tomato
        - Eggplant
        - Bell Pepper
        - Onion



 --- Oven --- (40 recipes)


    - Failed Dish
      - Failed dish.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire
        - Oven
        - Cutting Board

      - Ingredients:
        - Failed dish using ingredients that
          aren't in the recipe.

    - Mont Blanc Cake
      - Cake made with chestnuts.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Breadfruit
        - Egg
        - Milk
        - Butter
        - Chestnut

    - Shortcake
      - Standard cake with strawberries on top.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Breadfruit
        - Egg
        - Milk
        - Butter
        - Strawberry

    - Yam Cake
      - Cake made with yams. Delicious.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Breadfruit
        - Egg
        - Milk
        - Butter
        - Yam

    - Carrot Cake
      - Cake made with carrots. Delicious.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Breadfruit
        - Egg
        - Milk
        - Butter
        - Carrot

    - Pumpkin Cake
      - Cake made with pumpkin. Delicious.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Breadfruit
        - Egg
        - Milk
        - Butter
        - Pumpkin

    - Spinach Cake
      - Cake made with Spinach. Better than it sounds.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Breadfruit
        - Egg
        - Milk
        - Butter
        - Spinach

    - Orange Cake
      - Cake made with oranges. Refreshing, sweet taste.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Breadfruit
        - Egg
        - Milk
        - Butter
        - Orange

    - Cheesecake
      - Cake made with cheese. So delicious!

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Breadfruit
        - Egg
        - Milk
        - Butter
        - Cheese

    - Chocolate Cake
      - Cake made with chocolate. Rich and tasty.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Breadfruit
        - Egg
        - Milk
        - Butter
        - Cocoa

    - Pudding
      - Mixture of eggs and milk baked in an oven.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Milk
        - Egg

    - Chocolate Pudding
      - Pudding with chocolate.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Milk
        - Egg
        - Cocoa

    - Pumpkin Pudding
      - Pudding with pumpkin.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Milk
        - Egg
        - Pumpkin

    - Banana Pudding
      - Pudding with bananas.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Milk
        - Egg
        - Banana

    - Apple Pie
      - Apples baked in a pie crust.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Pie Crust
        - Egg
        - Apple

    - Pumpkin Pie
      - Pumpkin baked in a pie crust.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Pie Crust
        - Egg
        - Pumpkin

    - Chocolate Pie
      - Chocolate baked in a pie crust.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Pie Crust
        - Egg
        - Cocoa

    - Orange Pie
      - Oranges baked in a pie crust.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Pie Crust
        - Egg
        - Orange

    - Chestnut Pie (aka: Melon Pie)
      - Chestnuts baked in a pie crust.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Pie Crust
        - Egg
        - Chestnut

    - Sweet Yam Cake
      - Mixture of yams, milk and butter baked in an oven.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Yam
        - Egg
        - Milk
        - Butter

    - Mashed Potato
      - Mixture of potatoes, milk and butter baked in an oven.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Potato
        - Milk
        - Butter

    - Cookie
      - Kneaded eggs, breadfruit, and butter baked in an oven.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Breadfruit
        - Egg
        - Butter

    - Herb Cookie
      - Aromatic cookie with herbs.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Breadfruit
        - Egg
        - Butter
        - Herb (any)

    - Orange Cookie
      - Refreshing cookie with orange.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Breadfruit
        - Egg
        - Butter
        - Orange

    - Chocolate Cookie
      - Sweet cookie with chocolate.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Breadfruit
        - Egg
        - Butter
        - Cocoa

    - Bread
      - Kneaded breadfruit baked in and oven.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Breadfruit
        - Butter
        - Milk

    - Herb Bread
      - Mixture of breadfruit and herbs baked in an oven.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Breadfruit
        - Butter
        - Milk
        - Herb (any)

    - Onion Bread
      - Mixture of breadfruit and onions baked in an oven.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Breadfruit
        - Butter
        - Milk
        - Onion

    - Corn Bread
      - Mixture of breadfruit and corn baked in an oven.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Breadfruit
        - Butter
        - Milk
        - Corn

    - Herb Fish
      - Baked fish with the aroma of herbs.
        Decent ingredients used.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Fish (any)
        - Herb (any)

    - Bamboo en Papillote
      - Wrapped bamboo shoots baked in an oven.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Bamboo Shoot

    - Pizza
      - Dough baked in an oven with cheese on top.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Pie Crust
        - Cheese

    - Seafood Pizza
      - Dough baked in an oven with seafood on top.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Pie Crust
        - Cheese
        - Squid
        - Prawn, Crawfish, Lobster, or Rock Lobster

    - Vegetable Pizza
      - Dough baked in an oven with tomatoes and cheese on top.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Pie Crust
        - Cheese
        - Vegetable (any)

    - Potato Gratin
      - Potatoes simmered in milk and then baked in an oven
        with cheese on top.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Potato
        - Cheese
        - Butter
        - Milk

    - Seafood Gratin
      - Seafood simmered in milk and then baked in an oven
        with cheese on top.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Squid
        - Cheese
        - Butter
        - Milk
        - Prawn, Crawfish, Lobster, or Rock Lobster

    - Mushroom Gratin
      - Mushrooms simmered in milk and then baked in an oven
        with cheese on top.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Mushroom
        - Cheese
        - Butter
        - Milk

    - Doria
      - Baked rice topped with cheese and mushrooms cooked in milk.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Mushroom
        - Cheese
        - Milk
        - Rice

    - Seafood Doria
      - Baked rice topped with cheese and seafood cooked in milk.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Clam
        - Cheese
        - Milk
        - Rice
        - Prawn, Crawfish, Lobster, or Rock Lobster

    - French Fries
      - Potatoes baked in oil.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Oven

      - Ingredients:
        - Potato



 --- Mixer --- (28 recipes)


    - Failed Soup
      - Failed soup.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Pot
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Failed soup from using ingredients that
          aren't in the recipe.

    - Perfume (Pink)
      - Perfume made with a variety of flowers.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Flower X2 (any)

    - Purple Perfume
      - Perfume made with only purple flowers.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Lavender X2

    - Yellow Perfume
      - Perfume made with only yellow flowers.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Moondrop Flower X2

    - Green Perfume
      - Perfume made only with green flowers.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Green Bell X2

    - Red Perfume
      - Perfume made with only red flowers.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Rose X2

    - Blue Perfume
      - Perfume made with only blue flowers.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Blue Mist Flower X2

    - Shining Perfume
      - Perfume made with expensive flowers.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Flower X5 (any) (flowers combined valued at 500 G or more)

    - Carrot Juice
      - Juice made from carrots. Recovers a little stamina and reduces
        drowsiness (fatigue).

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Carrot

    - Tomato Juice
      - Juice made from tomatoes. Recovers a little stamina and reduces
        drowsiness (fatique).

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Tomato

    - Vegetable Juice
      - Made from green vegetables. Recovers stamina and reduces
        drowsiness (fatigue) a lot.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Cabbage
        - Spinach
        - Bell Pepper
        - Green Herb

    - Orange Juice
      - Freshly made orange juice.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Orange

    - Blueberry Juice
      - Freshly made blueberry juice. Reduces drowsiness (fatigue) a little.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Blueberry

    - Very Berry Juice
      - Freshly made very berry juice. Reduces drowsiness (fatigue) a little.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Very Berry

    - Apple Juice
      - Freshly made apple juice. Reduce(s) drowsiness (fatigue) a little.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Apple

    - Pineapple Juice
      - Freshly made pineapple juice. Reduces drowsiness (fatigue) a little.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Pineapple

    - Honeydew Juice
      - Freshly made honeydew juice. Reduces drowsiness (fatigue) a little.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Melon (Honeydew)

    - Grape Juice
      - Freshly made grape juice. Reduces drowsiness (fatigue) a little.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Grape

    - Coconut Juice
      - Freshly made coconut juice. Reduces drowsiness (fatigue) a little.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Coconut

    - Yogurt Drink
      - A drink made with yogurt and honey. Good for your health.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Yogurt
        - Honey

    - Strawberry Milk
      - A drink made with strawberries and milk.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Strawberry
        - Milk

    - Honeydew Milk
      - A drink made with honeydew and milk. Recovers some stamina.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Honeydew
        - Milk

    - Banana Milk
      - A drink made with bananas and milk. Recovers some stamina.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Banana
        - Milk

    - Bodigizer
      - Nutritious drink. Recovers stamina.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Red Herb
        - Pontata Root
        - Honey

    - Bodigizer XL
      - Nutritious drink. Recovers a lot of stamina.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Purple Herb
        - Pontata Root
        - Honey
        - Egg

    - Cold Medicine
      - Medicine to cure cold.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Pontata Root
        - Royal Jelly (rarer item)
        - Mushroom

    - Stay Awake
      - Medicine to reduce drowsiness (fatigue).

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Pontata Root
        - Milk
        - Spicy Peppers (only need one)

    - Super Stay Awake
      - Medicine to reduce drowsiness (fatigue) greatly.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Mixer

      - Ingredients:
        - Pontata Root
        - Milk
        - Spicy Pepper
        - Red Herb



 --- Aging Pot --- (15 recipes)


    - Weird Dish
      - Weird dish.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Aging Pot
        - Frying Pan

      - Ingredients:
        - Weird dish using ingredients that
          aren't in the recipe

    - Seasoned Egg
      - Egg matured to soak up the seasonings.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Aging Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Egg

    - Yogurt
      - Matured milk.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Aging Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Milk

    - Pickled Turnip
      - Matured turnip.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Aging Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Turnip

    - Pickled Cabbage
      - Matured cabbage.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Aging Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Cabbage

    - Pickled Eggplant
      - Matured eggplant.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Aging Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Eggplant

    - Sardine in Oil
      - Matured sardine.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Aging Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Sardine

    - Kimchi
      - Fermented cabbage, carrots and spicy peppers.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Aging Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Carrot
        - Cabbage
        - Spicy Pepper

    - Grape Cocktail
      - Cocktail made with grapes.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Aging Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Grape X2

    - Apple Cocktail
      - Cocktail made with apples.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Aging Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Apple X2

    - Blueberry Cocktail
      - Cocktail made with blueberries.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Aging Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Blueberry X2

    - Yam Cocktail
      - Cocktail made with yams.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Aging Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Yam X2

    - Buckwheat Cocktail
      - Cocktail made with buckwheat.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Aging Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Buckwheat X2

    - Coconut Cocktail
      - Cocktail made with coconuts.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Aging Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Coconut X2

    - Rice Cocktail
      - Cocktail made with rice.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Aging Pot

      - Ingredients:
        - Rice X2



 --- Bonfire --- (48 recipes)


    - Failed Dish
      - Failed dish.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire
        - Oven
        - Cutting Board

      - Ingredients:
        - Failed dish using ingredients that
          aren't in the recipe.

    - Grilled Swordfish
      - Swordfish cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Swordfish

    - Grilled Char
      - Char cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Char

    - Grilled Rainbow Trout
      - Rainbow trout cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Rainbow Trout

    - Grilled Masu Trout
      - Masu trout cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Masu Trout

    - Grilled Redfin
      - Big-scaled redfin cooked over a bonfire.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Big-Scaled Redfin

    - Grilled Carp
      - Carp cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Carp

    - Grilled Eel
      - Eel cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Eel

    - Grilled Pond Smelt
      - Pond Smelt cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Pond Smelt

    - Grilled Huchen
      - Huchen cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Huchen

    - Grilled Salmon
      - Salmon cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Salmon

    - Grilled Catfish
      - Catfish cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Catfish

    - Grilled Puffer Fish
      - Puffer fish cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Puffer Fish

    - Grilled Goby
      - Goby cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Goby

    - Grilled Sardine
      - Sardine cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Sardine

    - Grilled Mahi-Mahi
      - Mahi-Mahi cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Mahi-Mahi

    - Grilled Horse Mackerel
      - Horse Mackerel cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Horse Mackerel

    - Grilled Sea Bream
      - Sea Bream cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Sea Bream

    - Grilled Bonito
      - Bonito Cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Bonito

    - Grilled Mackerel
      - Mackerel cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Mackerel

    - Grilled Saury
      - Saury cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Saury

    - Grilled Manta Ray
      - Manta ray cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Manta Ray

    - Grilled Rockfish
      - Rockfish cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Rockfish

    - Grilled Cod
      - Cod cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Cod

    - Grilled Angler Fish
      - Angler fish cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Angler Fish

    - Grilled Rock Trout
      - Rock trout cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Rock Trout

    - Grilled Yellow Tail
      - Yellowtail cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Yellow Tail

    - Grilled Tuna
      - Tuna cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Tuna

    - Grilled Conger Eel
      - Conger eel cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Conger Eel

    - Grilled Halibut
      - Halibut cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Halibut

    - Grilled Flounder
      - Flounder cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Flounder

    - Grilled Squid
      - Squid cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Squid

    - Grilled Octopus
      - Octopus cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Octopus

    - Grilled Crawfish
      - Crawfish cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Crawfish

    - Grilled Prawn
      - Freshwater prawn cooked over a bonfire.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Freshwater Prawn

    - Grilled Rock Lobster
      - Rock lobster cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Rock Lobster

    - Grilled Lobster
      - Lobster cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Lobster

    - Grilled Shark
      - Shark cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Shark

    - Grilled King Fish
      - King fish cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - King Fish

    - Grilled Clam
      - Clam cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Clam

    - Grilled Sea Urchin
      - Sea urchin cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Sea Urchin

    - Grilled Eggplant
      - Eggplant cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Eggplant

    - Roasted Corn
      - Corn cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Corn

    - Roasted Chestnut
      - Chestnut cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Chestnut

    - Grilled Yam
      - Yam cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Yam

    - Grilled Wood Fish
      - Wood fish cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Wood Fish

    - Grilled Skull Jellyfish
      - Skull jellyfish cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Skull Jellyfish

    - Grilled Seasky Fish
      - Seasky fish cooked over an open flame.

      - Cooking Equipment:
        - Bonfire Set (Bonfire/Firewood Stack & matches)

      - Ingredients:
        - Seasky Fish




Books (Tutorial)
----------------

- Most Tutorial books you will get from people
  and shops as you meet them

  - Ozzie (On The Hook) – Beginning Fishing
  - Barbara (General Store) – Island Guide: Vol. 1
  - Anissa (Souffle Farm) – Farming for Beginners
  - Hamilton (Mayor) – Building Basics
  - Hamilton (Mayor) – About Furniture
  - Ramsey (Blacksmith’s) – All About Tools
  - Dale (Carpenter Shop) – Building Basics
  - Maya (Town Square/Sundae Inn) – Cooking & You
  - Candace (Tailor Shop) – A Yen for Yarn
  - Renee (Brownie Ranch) – Basic Animal Care

- Some tutorial books can be bought at the
  General Store

  - TV Listing - 450 G
  - Island Guide: Vol 2 - 750 G
  - Waffle Island History - 450 G
  - Advanced Fishing - 750 G
  - Advanced Mining - 750 G
  - Advanced Farming - 750 G
  - Animal Care Tool Guide - 750 G
  - Parenting - 450 G

- You need to up your star farm rank to 3 to be
  able to buy all the available tutorial books

- There are two ways to get the Building Basics
  tutorial book as listed below but there will
  only be one Building Basics tutorial book
  placed in your bookshelf

- Tutorial books will be kept on your bookshelf
  and you can read them at any time

  Complete Tutorial Book List:

  - TV Listings (TV Guide)
  - About Furniture
  - A Yen for Yarn
  - Building Basics
  - Parenting
  - Cooking & You
  - Beginning Fishing
  - Advanced Fishing
  - Waffle Island History: Volume 1
  - Island Guide: Volume 2
  - Waffle Island History
  - Advanced Mining
  - Farming for Beginners
  - Advanced Farming
  - Basic Animal Care
  - Animal Care Tool Guide
  - All About Tools


Letters (Mailbox)
-----------------

- This Harvest Moon game does have a functional
  mailbox. You can check it for letters at any
  time. If you see a bouncing letter above your
  mailbox, then open your mailbox to get the
  letter or letters. They will be stored on your
  bookshelf so that you can re-read them anytime.

- You will get two letters from your parents if
  you have started playing as your child

- You will get lots of letters from townsfolk
  and people you meet and shops

- Your letters will be kept on your bookshelf
  and you can re-read them at any time
  - Calvin Letter
  - Harvest Goddess Letter
  - Blacksmith Letter
  - On The Hook Letter
  - General Store Letter
  - Tailor Letter
  - Clinic Letter
  - Souffle Farm Letter
  - Brownie Ranch Letter
  - Pineapple Inn Letter
  - Carpentry Shop Letter
  - Town Hall Letter
  - Sundae Inn Letter
  - Bar Letter (Sundae Bar Inn)
  - Wedding Invitation (Toby/Renee)
  - Wedding Invitation (Chase/Maya)
  - Wedding Invitation (Julius/Candace)
  - Wedding Invitation (Jin/Anissa)
  - Wedding Invitation (Calvin/Pheobe)
  - Alan's Memo
  - Edge Letter



=====================================
    Calendar & Birthday Listing
=====================================


- Calendar includes Birthdays & Festivals

- You can buy calendars at the General Store

- You can also get an additional one at festivals

- B-day = Birthday

- Gifts given to others on their birthdays will
  be worth double the friendship/love points

- Your birthday is also treated special. If you are
  single then everyone you talk to on that day will
  wish you a happy birthday. If you are married, then
  you get an added bonus ... your spouse will have a
  special birthday meal including birthday cake
  waiting for you at home. Go into your house at any
  time during your birthday. Even if your spouse is
  usually somewhere else, they will be there at that
  time to celebrate your birthday.


- Spring
  
  4  - Gray B-day/Maple Lake Area
  5  - Ramsey B-day/Ramsey's Blacksmith
  6  - Ruth B-day/Souffle Farm
  9  - Toby B-day/Maple Lake Area
  10 - Flower Festival
  13 - Hamilton B-day/Mayor Hamilton's House
  17 - Phoebe B-day/General Store
  20 - Perry B-day/Meringue Clinic
  21 - Hayden B-day
  22 - Spring Flea Market
  23 - Chase B-day/Maple Lake Area
  25 - Luna B-day/Tailor Shop
  27 - Sue B-day/Toucan Island
  28 - Animal Festival


- Summer

  2  - Bo B-day/Carpentry Shop
  3  - Kathy B-day/Sundae Inn
  6  - Cain B-day/Brownie Ranch
  7  - Ocean Festival
  8  - Luke B-day/Carpentry Shop
  10 - Yolanda B-day/Waffle Town
  14 - Dale B-day/Carpentry Shop
  18 - Owen B-day/Ramsey's Blacksmith
  19 - Taylor B-day/Souffle Farm
  21 - Sampson B-day/Toucan Island
  22 - Summer Flea Market
  23 - Barbara B-day/General Store
  24 - Firefly Festival
  26 - Selena B-day/Sundae Inn
  27 - Chloe B-day/Ramsey's Blacksmith


- Fall

  1  - Elli B-day/Yolanda's House
  5  - Renee B-day/Brownie Ranch
  6  - Craig B-day/Souffle Farm
  12 - Arts Festival
  16 - Anissa B-day/Souffle Farm
  20 - Irene B-day/Meringue Clinic
  21 - Julius B-day/Maple Lake Area
  22 - Fall Flea Market
  24 - Maya B-day/Sundae Inn
  27 - Harvest Festival
  28 - Jake B-day/Sundae Inn


- Winter

  2  - Gill B-day/Mayor Hamilton's House
  3  - Pascal B-day/On The Hook
  4  - Hannah B-day/Brownie Ranch
  7  - Candace B-day/Tailor Shop
  8  - Simon B-day/General Store
  10 - Mira B-day/Maple Lake Area &
  10 - Thanksgiving Festival
  12 - Colleen B-day/Sundae Inn
  14 - Calvin B-day/Maple Lake Area
  19 - Shelly B-day/Tailor Shop
  20 - Paolo B-day/On The Hook
  22 - Winter Flea Market
  23 - Ozzie B-day/On The Hook
  25 - Starry Night Festival
  26 - Jin B-day/Maple Lake Area
  28 - New Year's Eve



=======================================
    Clothes, Hats, & Accessories
=======================================


- All wardrobes & dressers automatically hold any clothes
  you own however few or many

- Yes, all Clothing, Hats, and Accessories are wearable
  and you will see them all on your character

- You will want at least one outfit set per changing
  seasons (Spring/Summer & Fall/Winter) so that you can
  change into new clothes when the seasons change

- Wearing certain accessories will not give you extra
  strength/stamina or special abilities like in other
  HM games but you can have them made and switch them
  on and off your character as much as you want


- Clothing Outfit Sets:

  - You can own a total of 20 wearable sets
  - Basic designs are the same but colors & materials differ

  - At the start:
    - You have one clothing set for Spring/Summer
    - You have one clothing set for Fall/Winter

  - Get Tailor Shop in:
    - You can buy 5 more sets for Spring/Summer
    - You can buy 5 more sets for Fall/Winter 

  - At Spring/Summer Flea Markets:
    - You can buy 5 more sets for Spring/Summer from Candace

  - At Fall/Winter Flea Markets:
    - You can buy 5 more sets for Fall/Winter from Julius

- Hats:

  - You can own a total of 8 wearable hats at any time of the year


- Accessories:

  - Rings, Pendants, Brooches (need ores/gems)
  - Any wardrobe holds up to 30 different jewelry pieces so make
    high-end jewelry or jewelry you like. You can always have 30
    more jewelry items in another file and still more in other files.
  - See Shop Lists/Ramsey's Blacksmith section for jewelry 


 
Tailor Shop - 9am to 6pm - Closed Sunday
- Occupants: Shelly, Candace, Luna



  Girls - Spring/Summer - Outfits:

   - Urban: Red - 1,500 G
   - Urban: Yellow - 1,800 G
   - Urban: Green - 2,100 G
   - Urban: Blue - 2,400 G
   - Urban: Purple - 2,700 G


  Girls - Fall/Winter - Outfits:

   - Pop: Pink - 1,500 G
   - Pop: Orange - 1,800 G
   - Pop: Green - 2,100 G
   - Pop: Blue - 2,400 G
   - Pop: Purple - 2,700 G


  Girls - All Year Round - Hats/Accessories:

   - Straw Hat - 900 G
   - Beret - 1,800 G
   - Cap - 2,100 G
   - Wool Hat - 2,400 G
   - Pirate Bandana - 3,000 G
   - Ten Gallon Hat - 3,300 G



  Boys - Spring/Summer - Outfits:

   - Formal: Blue - 1,500 G
   - Formal: Red - 1,800 G
   - Formal: Yellow - 2,100 G
   - Formal: Green - 2,400 G
   - Formal: Purple - 2,700 G

  Boys - Fall/Winter - Outfits:

   - Border: Blue - 1,500 G
   - Border: Red - 1,800 G
   - Border: Yellow - 2,100 G
   - Border: Green - 2,400 G
   - Border: Purple - 2,700 G

  Boys - All Year Round - Hats/Accessories:

   - Straw Hat - 900 G
   - Beret - 1,800 G
   - Cap - 2,100 G
   - Wool Hat - 2,400 G
   - Pirate Bandana - 3,000 G
   - Ten Gallon Hat - 3,300 G



Note: Need to buy these additional items to complete
      above clothing/hat sets:


- Fall/Winter Flea Market - sold by Taylor

  - Boy/Hat:

    - Bunny Ears - 9,000 G
    - Samurai Wig - 15,000 G
    - Top Hat - 5,100 G

  - Girl/Hat:

    - Bunny Ears - 9,000 G
    - Bow - 15,000 G
    - Top Hat - 5,100 G


- Fall/Winter Flea Market - sold by Julius:

  - Boy/Outfits:

    - Country: Blue - 3,600 G
    - Country: Red - 3,900 G
    - Country: Yellow - 4,200 G
    - Country: Green - 4,500 G
    - Country: Purple - 4,800 G

  - Girl/Outfits:

    - Cargo: Red - 3,600 G
    - Cargo: Yellow - 3,900 G
    - Cargo: Green - 4,200 G
    - Cargo: Blue - 4,500 G
    - Cargo: Purple - 4,800 G

- Spring/Summer Flea Market - sold by Candace

  - Boy/Outfits:

    - Trend: Blue - 3,600 G
    - Trend: Red - 3,900 G
    - Trend: Yellow - 4,200 G
    - Trend: Green - 4,500 G
    - Trend: Purple - 4,800 G

  - Girl/Outfits:

    - Cute: Pink - 3,600 G
    - Cute: Yellow - 3,900 G
    - Cute: Green - 4,200 G
    - Cute: Blue - 4,500 G
    - Cute: Purple - 4,800 G



In-game Clothing Descriptions:

- Followed by a more detailed description


Hats:

- Ten-Gallon Hat - A petite ten-gallon hat. You will
  look like a cowgirl when riding your horse.
  - Just like Calvin's cowboy hat but pink with a 
    black hat band.

- Bow - Ribbon with fancy lace. So romantic.
  - Very large black bow with silver/white
    edging worn on top of head (very pretty)

- Beret - A soft, round cap.
  - Stylish flat pink cap

- Straw Hat - Great for working in the summer. 
  A cool-looking straw hat
  - light Tan wide-brimmed straw hat with red trim
    and a red hat band

- Cap - A stylish cap with a brim. Not just for boys.
  - A dark blue baseball style cap with a red brim and
    red top button

- Pirate Bandana - A blue and white striped bandana.
  - The girl's bandana is red and white striped. A
    striped hair bandana tied in the back.

- Wool Cap - A fun wool cap that keeps you warm in winter.
  - The girl's wool cap is pink and mint green with a top
    red pom-pom. (knitted beanie)



Accessories:

- Diamond Pendant - Pendant set with a diamond stone.
- Ruby Pendant - Pendant set with a ruby stone.
- Toy Pendant - pendant set with a glass stone.
- 

- Sapphire Brooch - Brooch set with a sapphire stone.
- Toy Brooch - Brooch set with a glass stone.
- Topaz Brooch - Brooch set with a topaz stone.

- Emerald Ring - Ring set with an emerald stone.
- Black Pearl Ring - Ring set with a black pearl.
- Toy Ring - Ring set with a glass stone.



Clothes:

- Cute: Blue - Women's tunic with butterfly collar.
  Cute design with soft lines in blue.
  - Light blue long shirt/dark blue trim and middle stripe
  - Dark blue shorts
  - Dark brown boots with dark blue leg fronts
  - Dark brown hip purse
  - Wear in Spring & Summer

- Cute: Pink - Women's tunic with butterfly collar.
  Cute design with soft lines in pink.
  - Light pink long shirt/red trim and middle stripe
  - Black shorts
  - Dark brown boots with red leg fronts
  - Dark green hip purse
  - Wear in Spring & Summer

- Cute: Yellow - Women's tunic with butterfly collar.
  Cute design with soft lines in yellow.
  - yellow long shirt/red trim and middle stripe
  - Black shorts
  - Medium brown boots with red leg fronts & yellow toes fronts
  - Dark green hip purse
  - Wear in Spring & Summer

- Cute: Green - Women's tunic with butterfly collar.
  Cute design with soft lines in green.
  - Light green long shirt/dark green trim and middle stripe
  - Black shorts
  - Dark brown boots with dark green leg fronts & tan toe fronts
  - Dark brown hip purse
  - Wear in Spring & Summer

- Cute: Purple - Women's tunic with butterfly collar.
  Cute design with soft lines in purple.
  - Light purple long shirt/dark purple trim and middle stripe
  - Black shorts
  - Dark brown boots with dark purple leg fronts & light purple toe fronts
  - Light blue hip purse
  - Wear in Spring & Summer



- Urban: Green - Women's T-shirt and vest with stylish pocket
    design. Glittery green.
    - Dark green strap long shirt with multi-colored trim worn
      over a white t-shirt with dark green trim.
    - Black sides
    - Black shorts
    - Dark brown boots with tan trimming
    - Dark brown hip purse
    - Wear in Spring & Summer

- Urban: Red - Women's T-shirt and vest with stylish pocket
    design. Rusty Red.
    - Dark red strap long shirt with multi-colored trim worn
      over a white t-shirt with dark red trim.
    - Black sides
    - Black shorts
    - Dark brown boots with tan trimming
    - Medium brown hip purse
    - Wear in Spring & Summer

- Urban: Yellow - Women's T-shirt and vest with stylish pocket
    design. Yummy yellow.
    - Dark yellow strap long shirt with multi-colored trim worn
      over a white t-shirt with dark yellow trim.
    - Black sides
    - Black shorts
    - Dark brown boots with tan trimming
    - Dark purple hip purse
    - Wear in Spring & Summer

- Urban: Blue - Women's T-shirt and vest with stylish pocket
    design. Beautiful blue.
    - Dark blue strap long shirt with multi-colored trim worn
      over a white t-shirt with dark blue trim.
    - Black sides
    - Black shorts
    - Black boots with light blue trimming
    - Medium brown hip purse
    - Wear in Spring & Summer

- Urban: Purple - Women's T-shirt and vest with stylish pocket
    design. Passionate purple.
    - Dark purple strap long shirt with multi-colored trim worn
      over a white t-shirt with dark purple trim.
    - Black sides
    - Black shorts
    - Black boots with light purple trimming
    - Medium green hip purse
    - Wear in Spring & Summer




- Pop: Pink - Fall/Winter
- Pop: Blue - Fall/Winter

- Cargo: Red - Fall/Winter
- Cargo: Yellow - Fall/Winter
- Cargo: Green - Fall/Winter
- Cargo: Blue - Fall/Winter
- Cargo: Purple - Fall/Winter




    



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    Opening Blocked Areas & Requirements
=============================================



Brownie Ranch Path:
-------------------

- This opens a path that is blocked by a big boulder. It connects
  the Ganache Mines Area with the Brownie Ranch Area.

- Using a skill level 3 hammer, break the boulder leading to
  the ranch from the Ganache Mine Area (before Spring 28)
      OR
- At the end of your first spring (Spring 28) then the Brownie Ranch
  will hold an opening event just before the Animal Festival and the
  path will automatically be opened

---

- Dairy options will be available once you enter Brownie Ranch & go
  into the shop

- Note that it is only your skill level that needs to get to level
  3 and not an upgraded tool material needed. You can get to skill
  level 3 with your Hammer that was given to you by Owen.

- If you are playing your child in this game (newgame+) then you will
  already have a level 3 hammer and can go hammer the boulder to
  unlock Brownie Ranch. 

- If this is your first game or you are not playing a child file then
  you probably won't have the necessary time to get your hammer to
  level 3 before the Animal Festival/Spring 28. In that case, just
  wait until Spring 28 and the game will open the path way for you
  so that you can attend the Animal Festival.



Ganache Mines Path:
------------------

- This opens a path that is blocked by a big tree root. It connects
  the Caramel River Area with the Ganache Mines Area.

- This can be done as early as Spring 8 - 1st Year or earlier

- Press A at the tree root blocking the path (Carmel River)
  to the Ganache Mountain area. Then Gill appears and talks to you.

- Go talk to Dale (Carpentry Shop) and he will tell you about how the
  root is blocking the path and it's a problem but he doesn't want to
  cut it down because it is part of the Goddess Tree. Bo runs in and
  says Luke is in trouble.

- Luke is showing off and cuts the root which opens up the path. 

---

- Be sure to talk to Dale, Bo, and Luke After pressing A at the
  tree root if the event does not trigger and then go back to
  the tree root.



Mt. Gelato Paths/Meadow X2, Goddess Spring, Summit:
---------------------------------------------------

Four pathways to unlock to access parts of Mt. Gelato:


1. Complete Ben's (blue sprite) rainbow - Mt. Gelato base/meadow
   - See Basic Storyline Walkthrough Section for all details

2. Hammer Boulder to access shortcut
   - To the right of the Mountain Plot is an overhang. There is
     a big boulder there. If you try to hammer the boulder then
     it says that there is not enough space. 
   - You need to complete Ben's rainbow to gain access to the
     other side of the boulder from the Mt. Gelato meadow side. 
   - Once on the other side then use your hammer and the boulder
     will break. Waalaa! Now you have a shortcut from the Caramel
     River/Falls area to the meadow of Mt. Gelato.

3. Feed the Mama Bear repeatedly - Access to Goddess Spring/Pond
   - See the Mt. Gelato descriptional tour below to understand
     where you are going to meet the mama bear. Then go there.
   - Keep giving the mama bear gifts (like fish) daily until
     she lets you pass.
   - You can also just give her honey twice daily for about
     7 to 10 days and she'll let you pass.
     - 14 decent honey (can buy at Brownie Ranch) will usually be enough
   - Make sure that you have the gift in your hands before you
     approach her/her den.

4. Complete Alan's (red sprite/leader) rainbow - Mt. Gelato Summit/Peak
   - See Basic Storyline Walkthrough Section for all details


A Descriptional Tour of Mt. Gelato

- Mt. Gelato's paths might sound confusing but here is a
  simple visual explanation - going up the mountain:

  - The bottom path of Mt. Gelato opens up into a meadow.
    - Remember to hammer the boulder leading to the 
      Caramel Falls area from the Mt. Gelato meadows side
      to create a shortcut through to the meadows. This
      means you now can take the rainbow from Maple Lake
      area to Mt. Gelato base/meadow or you can take the
      east path from Caramel River area (near Mountain
      Farm Plot) to the Mt. Gelato base/meadow.
  - Then there is a winding trail that leads up the
    mountain
  - You will come to a fallen log you must cross to get
    to the other side to continue the path
    - If you fall then you will have to start the whole
      trail again plus you lose stamina
    - This may be useful going back down as it gets
      you to the bottom meadow quickly even though you
      still lose stamina but the trail down is not too far
  - The winding trail first comes upon the Mt. Gelato
    Mines. Take the right fork after fallen log bridge,
    it dead ends into Mt. Gelato Mines.
  - The winding trail goes up the mountain further until you
    run into a mother bear guarding the path to the Goddess
    Spring/Pond. You have to give the mother bear gifts of
    fish or honey twice daily for 7-10 days. Then she will
    stop guarding the path and let her cub (can make pet)
    play in the Mt. Gelato meadow.
  - Now you will reach the Goddess Spring/Pond where a lot
    of events happen (power berry in middle of old Goddess
    Tree, Wood Fish in pond, grow new tree, etc). 
  - The only way to get to the top (peak/summit) of Mt.
    Gelato is to complete Alan's rainbow. Alan's rainbow
    leads to Edge's tree/flower. Complete Edge's rainbow
    to be able to access the top of the Goddess Tree. You
    can access the top of the Goddess Tree only when you
    have grown the new Goddess Tree. Thus, letting the
    sprites build the last rainbow on their own to rescue
    the Harvest Goddess allowing you to visit her and
    do the journey rucksack sequence with her. 

    So basically, Mt. Gelato bottom to top:
    - Base/meadow - Ben's Rainbow or Caramel River shortcut
    - Winding trail
    - Fallen Log bridge
    - Mt. Gelato Mines (to right)
    - Winding trail
    - Mother bear and cub
    - Goddess Spring/Pond - about 1/2 way up Mt. Gelato

    - Mt. Gelato Summit/Peak
      - Alan's Rainbow to Edge's Rainbow
      - Edge's Rainbow to top of Goddess Tree
      - Goddess rescued once sprites make last rainbow
      - Access to Goddess restored



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      Pets
==================


- When you first meet a wild animal then press A at it 3 times - once to
  introduce yourself, twice to get a heart above the animal, and the third
  time to get a music/happy note above the animal.

- You can have a total of 5 pets in your house if you have a level 5 house

- If you want another pet and you have 5 already then you have to let one go

- It takes a very long time to make friends with a wild pet so be patient

- At 4 hearts the pet will show up at your house in the morning and give
  you a present (usually related to what it loves/likes)

- To make a wild pet a regular pet you need to get it to 6 hearts

- Feed the wild pet food it loves to raise its heart levels faster

  - Twice per day if different foods it loves (more is less favorite)
  - Watch the Kindom of Wildlife shows on the TV to see info on a new wild
    animal each week including the foods it likes
  - If you give it something it really doesn't like then you will see a
    red angry mark above its head

- After the wild animal is your pet then you can't give it any more gifts
 
- Wild animals are out every day and generally in the same locations

- You can take more than 1 pet on walks on sunny or cloudy days all around
  the map and in town to raise heart levels after they become a pet
  (press A in front of pet for menu - cuddle/pet, take for walk, etc). Do
  not go faster than your pet on walks or it will get upset and get mad.
  Your pet may get mad for no apparent reason and lose its hearts. It will
  take a long time to decipher whether certain things trigger pet anger or
  if it is just a glitch in the final US version (didn't seem to have any
  pet anger issues in the previous versions). I have noticed that when
  you take your pets on walks then you can not use your any of your tools
  at all even if the pet is not close to you. The best thing to do is to
  only walk with your pet at its speed. You can still talk to villagers
  but focus on just taking your pet on a walk and not other activities
  and then put your pet back inside before you work on your farm or with
  your farm animals.

- You can not take pets out on festival days

- People will comment on the pets you take around with you when you talk
  to them

- You will name each wild pet that you take in as a regular pet

- Pets can occasionally "hide" under furniture. If you are missing your
  pet then check your map (pet icon should show where pet is). If the pet
  icon is over your house, then you can move the furniture to find your
  pet or just wait a bit. Your pet randomly moves about the house.

- There is a large very beautiful snake on the right side of Praline
  Forest (past fence) but you can not talk to it or make it your pet.
  The same is true of the large beautiful snake on Mt. Gelato Summit.

- There are a variety of birds in various areas that give realism to the
  game but you can not talk to them or make any of them your pets



Here are the 19 wild animals that you can have as pets:

Turtle/green
Monkey/golden
Wild Boar/Brown/baby
Raccoon/multi-colored
Squirrel/brown (has a stripe/really a chipmunk)
Penguin/black & white

Rabbit/white
Rabbit/black & white 

Weasel/brown
Weasel/white 

Bear/baby/brown
Bear/mama/brown (not able to be a pet)
Bear/Panda

Cat/white
Cat/orange/multi-colored
Cat/black 

Dog/small/past HM dog (floppy ears)
Dog/Chihuahua/small/white
Dog/medium/black & white
Dog/large/white



Listed by Animal (with favorite foods & gift):
----------------------------------------------


Turtle: 
    - Caramel River (by Seaside Plot)
      - Usually: across small bridge by river
      - Occasionally: on Seaside Plot
    - fish, seaweed dish, crayfish dish 
    - hates milk
    - level 4 heart gift: Fancy Seashell

Monkey: 
    - Caramel Falls
      - Usually: past the waterfall but south just before
        you turn to go north to the Hot Springs 
    - banana, bread, yams, apples, mushrooms
    - level 4 heart gift: Perfect Yam

Wild Boar/baby: 
    - Brownie Ranch (meadow)
      - Usually: north above Brownie Ranch and near the
        cliffs overlooking the ocean
    - mushrooms, apples
    - level 4 heart gift: Mushroom

Raccoon: 
    - Mt. Gelato
      - Usually: in the meadow at the start of the 
        Mt. Gelato mountain trail
    - nuts, mushrooms, milk, high-quality corn
    - level 4 heart gift: Apple

Squirrel: (has a stripe/really a chipmunk)
    - West Gull Island 
      - Usually: by Collin's Rainbow Tree 
    - nuts, corn, mushrooms, cherries, orange, berry berry,
      blueberry
    - level 4 heart gift: Blueberry

Penguin: 
    - East Gull Island
      - Usually: grassy area that is above the beach
      - Occasionally: on the beach
    - tuna, shrimp
    - level 4 heart gift: Pearl

Rabbit/white: 
    - Brownie Ranch (meadow)
      - Usually: east of Brownie Ranch
    - blueberry, berry berry, herb, carrots, apples, yams,
        cabbage, cherries, good egg, honey, mushrooms, berry juice,
        pontata roots
    - level 4 heart gift: Very Berry

Rabbit/black & white: 
    - Mt. Gelato
      - Usually: in the meadow
    - mushrooms, carrots, corn, cabbage, Yams, 
    - level 4 heart gift: Very Berry

Weasel/brown: 
    - Praline Forest/Ganache Mountain
      - Night/early morning: In front of the fence
      - Day & Random: in back of the fence (inaccessible
        sometimes unless you hammer a rock to get to it)
    - nuts, fish
    - level 4 heart gift: Pontata Root

Weasel/white: 
    - Mt. Gelato
      - Usually: in the meadow
    - mushrooms, berry berry, blueberries
    - level 4 heart gift: Pontata Root

Bear/baby/brown: 
    - Mt. Gelato
      - Usually: in the meadow after bear den
    - honey, mushrooms, fish, high-quality goat milk
    - level 4 heart gift: Salmon (fish)

Bear/mama/brown (may or may not be able to be a pet):
    - Mt. Gelato
      - Usually: Guarding path near bear den
    - honey, fish
      - 14 decent honey is usually enough to reach 4th heart level (love)
      - You can give her two loved gifts per day or up to 4/5 like gifts
      - She likes some fish and loves other fish (usually more rare fish)
    - level 4 heart gift: opens access to Harvest Goddess Spring

Bear/Panda: 
    - Toucan Island
      - Usually: in the area above Pineapple Inn
    - bamboo shoot, pineapple 
    - hates coral
    - level 4 heart gift: Bamboo Shoot

Cat/white: 
    - Waffle Island Fish Shop/ Waffle Town Entrance
      - Early Morning: outside On The Hook - fish co.
      - Night: near Waffle Town entrance
    - fish, mushrooms (saute) 
    - hates octopus, squid, algae
    - level 4 heart gift: Saury (fish)

Cat/orange/multi-colored: 
    - Maple Lake
      - Usually: north of Toby's house
    - fish, milk, grilled fish 
    - hates squid
    - level 4 heart gift: Saury (fish)

Cat/black: 
    - Toucan Island
      - Day: near Pineapple Inn stairs/beach
      - Night: near the dock
    - Saury, Cod, high-quality milk, sardines (saute)
    - level 4 heart gift: Saury (fish)

Dog/small/past HM dog (Flop-eared): 
    - Caramel Beach/Waffle Town
      - Usually: on the beach and near the lighthouse
    - mushrooms, grilled yams, hot milk
    - hates herbal tea, herbal products, clams, octopus, squid
    - level 4 heart gift: Char (fish)

Dog/Chihuahua/small/white: 
    - Waffle Town Square
      - Usually: near Daren's Rainbow Tree
    - grilled yams
    - hates herbal tea
    - level 4 heart gift: Char (fish)

Dog/medium/black & white: 
    - Brownie Ranch (meadow)
      - Usually: north above Brownie Ranch and near the wild boar
    - mushrooms, milk, grilled yams, honey, fish, berry juice
    - hates crustaceans (prawn, lobster, etc)
    - level 4 heart gift: Catfish (fish)

Dog/large/white: 
    - Toucan Island
      - Usually: on the beach near the water
    - coral, milk, grilled yams, mushrooms
    - hates herbal tea
    - level 4 heart gift: Salmon (fish)



Listed by Location/Area:
------------------------


Caramel River:
 
    - Turtle/green (by Seaside Plot)
      - Usually: across small bridge by river
      - Occasionally: on Seaside Plot

Caramel Falls:
 
    - Monkey/golden
      - Usually: past the waterfall but south just before
        you turn to go north to the Hot Springs

Waffle Town:

    - Cat/white (near port town)
      - Early Morning: outside On The Hook - fish co.
      - Night: near Waffle Town entrance

    - Dog/small/past HM dog (before the lighthouse - flop-eared)
      - Usually: on the beach and near the lighthouse

Waffle Town Square:
 
    - Dog/Chihuahua/small/white (right side)
      - Usually: near Daren's Rainbow Tree

Maple Lake: 

    - Cat/orange/multi-colored (above lake)
      - Usually: north of Toby's house

Ganache Mountain:
 
    - Weasel/brown
      - Night/early morning: In front of the fence
      - Day & Random: in back of the fence (inaccessible
        sometimes unless you hammer a rock to get to it)

Brownie Ranch:
 
    - Rabbit/white
      - Usually: east of Brownie Ranch

    - Wild Boar/brown
      - Usually: north above Brownie Ranch and near the
        cliffs overlooking the ocean

    - Dog/medium/black & white
      - Usually: north above Brownie Ranch and near the wild boar

Toucan Island:
 
    - Cat/black
      - Day: near Pineapple Inn stairs/beach
      - Night: near the dock

    - Bear/Panda
      - Usually: in the area above Pineapple Inn

    - Dog/white (Large)
      - Usually: on the beach near the water

West Gull Island:
 
    - Squirrel (has a stripe/really a chipmunk)
      - Usually: by Collin's Rainbow Tree

East Gull Island:

    - Penguin/black & white
      - Usually: grassy area that is above the beach
      - Occasionally: on the beach


Mt. Gelato: 

    - Rabbit/black & white (foot of mountain)
      - Usually: in the meadow/beside trail/right

    - Weasel/white (foot of mountain)
      - Usually: in the meadow/beside trail/left

    - Raccoon/multi-colored (foot of mountain)
      - Usually: in the meadow at the start of the 
        Mt. Gelato mountain trail

    - Bear/baby/brown (foot of mountain)
      - Usually: in the meadow after bear den

    - Bear/mama/brown (foot of mountain) (not able to be a pet)
      - Usually: Guarding path near bear den until trust gained


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      Farm Animals
=========================


- Feed all animals once daily or let them graze outside in good weather
  for several hours. If any animal does not get feed then they will
  not produce any products that day and over a short time they will
  lose hearts, get sick, and may even die from lack of food.

- An outside bell will exist when you build a barn &/or chicken coop. 
  When you ring it then all livestock AND chickens/ducks will file out
  one by one into the pasture to graze. Silk worms stay inside the coop.
  Use the hand held bell sold at Brownie Ranch to attract only one
  animal at a time in or outside (you may need to push the single
  animal in or out the door once you attract it to the door with the
  hand held bell.

- You must ring the outside bell again to put all the animals back into
  the barn at night. To skip the one-by-one filing in and out you can
  press the A button again quickly but don't press it too many times or
  your animals will file back out.

- Chickens out in the field will go to sleep at 8pm and automatically be
  returned to the chicken coop at 5:50am. Any horse or ostrich left
  anywhere on the map (even your farm land) will automatically be returned
  to the barn at 5:50am.

- At 8pm then all animals will go to sleep and you can no longer feed,
  brush, pick them up, interact with them, or get products like milk and
  wool from them. You can still gather anything left on the ground. The
  products left on the ground will remain for 2 days or so and then
  disappear/be replaced with new products being deposited.

- You can build 1 barn and 1 chicken coop on your 1st farm lot only. You
  can not have any other barns or chicken coops anywhere else. You can not
  demolish the barn &/or chicken coop once it is built to build it
  somewhere else. You will only have one pasture of grass. It will be on
  your 1st farm lot. All other farm lots will have a space for a grass
  pasture but the grass will not grow there. There is one chicken/duck
  incubator in the chicken coop and 1 ostrich incubator in the barn. You
  can hatch one egg per each incubator at a time. Each egg in the
  incubator counts as one animal in that building. Each barn pregnancy will
  also count as one animal. You can not switch the location of the barn or
  chicken coop. Your grass will grow automatically when you build either
  a barn or a chicken coop. Give the grass time to grow before letting
  animals graze on it. The grass grows very fast and rejuvenates quickly
  so it can support a whole lot of animals with no problem. You will also
  be able to cut some grass even with animals eatting it but do not cut
  down the whole pasture or your animals won't have enough to eat. Usually
  grows back in 1 to 2 days.

- Thunderstorms can make the animals unhappy (blue face above them). If this
  happens then hand feed them, brush them, pick them up, etc.

- Even in winter you can cut the grass (frozen) for fodder and also let the
  animals out to graze on it

- All farm animals arrive as babies when bought except chickens, ducks, and
  silkworms

- Animal colors are random when purchased 
   - You should be able to save before purchase and reset until you get a
     certain color

- Animal parents of one color can have any color offspring.
  - See below for each animal's colors listed by each animal.

- Pregnant animals do not have a designated stall in the barn. They
  can come out to graze, continue to provide products, and be used as
  transportation. One of any of the stalls is reserved for the upcoming
  baby animal.

- You can have a mix of any type of animals that go in the barn.
  You can also have all the same of one type of animal in the barn
  if you wish.

- The ostrich will lay on egg in a stall about every 4 days. The
  egg will stay there until you collect it. You can brush the
  ostrich. If you get a (?) icon then just re-position yourself and
  try again.

- Once any barn animal reaches 10 hearts (max) then you don't need
  to keep brushing it unless you cause the heart level to go down
  (not feeding it, illness, weather, etc). Usually, the heart level
  will not go down on its own on any consistant basis.

- To tell if an animal has eaten, just walk by or up to them. Their
  name will pop up in a box. Look at the edge color of the box.
  - Red Edge = not eaten
  - Green Edge = has eaten

- Don't be alarmed if your animals switch places in the barn stalls.
  Nothing bad happens because of it and everyone will still have a
  place to be fed and tended.

- Chicken/Duck eggs and silkworm cocoons will stay on the ground even
  overnight or a few days until you collect them or they run out of
  room to deposit more. You do need to collect milk each day by
  milking the cows/goats or you will lose it. You also need to collect
  wool from sheep when it is ready by shearing the sheep or you will
  delay wool regrowth getting less wool than usual.

- You can have more chickens and ducks in the chicken coop than there
  are feed trays for but you will have to hand feed them. If you have
  any empty silkworm trays with food in them then a chicken/duck
  who doesn't have a feed tray will eat from the empty silkworm tray.
  They will start eating from the left/back silkworm tray first if
  no silkworm and with food in it. It is probably best to hand feed
  all the animals in the chicken coop and also put feed in each feed
  tray just in case of emergency. Feed left in feed trays do not
  disappear overnight but will when an animal actually eats it. In the
  level 1 chicken coop be sure to place feed in the tray at the ends
  first. If you place the feed in the middle then it will take up the
  whole tray and you will only be able to put one feeding instead of two.
  - Note: I had my 1st silkworm in the 1st silkworm tray and after it
    died then I bought another silkworm and the new silkworm has the
    same level of hearts that my old silkworm had. So just as in the JP
    version, the final US version did keep the silkworm heart transfers.
    The silkworm/silkworms do have to be in the same trays to transfer
    old silkworm heart levels to the new silkworms.

- You can have up to the same amount of silkworms as you have trays
  (raised purple trays) for but having less silkworms will not allow
  you to substitute chickens &/or ducks for them. You can have more
  chickens &/or ducks then there are trays (floor blue trays) for but
  you will have to hand feed the extras or make sure they are feed in
  the pasture daily. You can have all ducks &/or all chickens and any
  mixture number of each up to what each coop level will hold (see
  below) but it will not effect how many more or less silkworms you
  are able to have. 
  - You can have none to a limited number of silkworms
  - You can have none to a limited combined number of ducks &/or chickens
  - You can have all ducks, all chickens, or a mixture of each but having
    less silkworms will not allow you to have more ducks/chickens than
    you would have otherwise
    

- There is no Horse Race Festival but there is a horse race mini game
  (Kathy at 5-6 hearts)

- Hand feeding animals (food to their mouth) will raise hearts faster.
  They have to be in the barn/chicken coop to be hand feed.

- Brushing once per day and talking to animals will raise hearts faster

- The more hearts the animal has then the better products it will produce
  (even in makers)

- You can whistle to have your horse come to you if you are anywhere outside
  (A then B button). You can also mount your horse faster outside if you
  press the A and B buttons at the same time. You will automatically equip
  your saddle and mount your horse without having to do it manually.

- You can ride your horse/ostrich everywhere except:
  - Over rainbows
  - On ferry to Toucan Island
  - Waffle Town Square
  - Shortcut from Caramel River to Mt. Gelato (boulder under arch)
  - Caramel Falls
  - Inside Ganache/Gelato Mines

  - If you are dismounted in the Caramel River Area and enter another
    location (or sleep at a house other than your first farm lot) then
    your horse/ostrich will automatically return to the pasture and then
    automatically into the barn (5:50pm). Otherwise, your horse/ostrich
    will stay in your same area or adjacent area. You can leave your horse
    in a distant area (you foot traveled and left horse without going back
    for it) and then just whistle (A then B, saddle in rucksack) and your
    horse will now appear under you without you having to backtrack to go
    get it.
  - You can whistle for your horse (A then B, saddle in rucksack) on your
    own farm lots as long as you are not too close to any object, building,
    the pasture. This saves some steps, already mounted, and don't have to
    try to saddle in the mist of tons of animals in the pasture.
  - Your horse can ride up the wide steps in Maple Lake Area (Julius/Jin
    homes)

- When you have multiple horses and ostriches then the one with the highest
  hearts will come to you first

- Chickens, ducks, and silkworms eat bird feed - all other animals eat fodder
  - Fodder: Build a coop &/or barn & sickle the pasture grass/Brownie Ranch
  - Feed: Buy from Brownie Ranch only

- Hand feeding any animal will raise their hearts more than feeding by
  putting feed in their containers. You can use the containers to back you
  up on busier days.

- Product Qualities: Decent, Good, Perfect, Shining
  - Usually 10 hearts = perfect with occasional chance of getting Shining

- Don't leave animals out in any bad weather (only sunny and cloudy) or
  they will get unhappy, angry, or sick (affects them the next day).
  When they get sick, give them animal medicine to cure them. If they
  die then you will get a death/graveyard by the church cutscene. You
  will also get this cutscene if the animal dies from old age. You can
  prevent animal deaths from old age if you have saved your file recently
  because you can reload your last file. Old age death happens randomly
  but will keep occuring again if the animal is over age. You can save
  your animal from the graveyard cutscene (save file before death) and
  then sell the animal before the cutscene happens again.

- You can take horses or ostriches out in any weather without any side
  effects if you saddle them up inside the barn and ride them back to
  the barn (make sure red barn icon is above animals head before
  dismounting by the barn). You can dismount them (off your farm lot)
  and have them wait in the weather while you shop or do anything
  without any bad effects as long as you have saddled them inside the
  barn and ride back to the barn when you are done (red barn icon when
  dismount by barn). The horse will automatically enter the barn so
  you don't need to ring the bell to put it back in the barn. In fact,
  if you ring the bell at this point then the rest of the animals
  will probably file out of the barn instead of the horse going in.
  You can whistle (A then B, saddle in rucksack) for your horse or
  ostrich while in bad weather (you can be nearly anywhere on map)
  and the horse/ostrich will appear mounted under you but be sure
  to dismount the horse/ostrich in front of the barn door (red barn
  icon above head) so the bad weather won't affect it.

- Horses and ostriches will run faster the more hearts they have
  acquired. The fastest they can go will be at 10 hearts. 

- Always make sure your transportation horse/ostrich has eaten once per
  day - don't forget to feed it just because it has been out all day.
  You can even take fodder with you and hand feed (press A standing
  in front of the animals head). Also, A to mount, B to dismount.

- Most to all barn farm animals will not make much profit when sold
  as animals even with 10 hearts. They will make profit if their
  products are sold especially if you process the products in makers.

- Buy a chicken and hatch chicken eggs repeatedly to get more chickens
  (same with ducks later/3 star) for a cheaper price - or buy them all
  at once for faster egg production. Eggs will make you a profit
  especially if processed in makers. Raising silkworms and processing
  cocoons (Decent Cocoons from your silkworms) and processing them
  in makers will make you a lot of profit.


- Buy all of the below animals at Brownie Ranch
  - Closed Mondays and Holidays
  - Open 9 am - 6 pm

- Brownie Ranch also sells some products & tools
  - Fodder
  - Feed (Bird)
  - Animal Medicine
  - Brush
  - Milker
  - Shears
  - Bell
  - Saddle
  - Miracle Potions
  - Good Mayonnaise
  - Good Cheese
  - Good Butter
  - Decent Honey
  - See Brownie Ranch under the Shops section for more details


- Buildings do not collapse and you can go out in typhoons & bad weather

- Time does pass inside all buildings except your houses
  - Time does pass in other's houses

- Usually if you pick up or pet any animal while inside then it will say
  "name" is fine today. But if you let them outside and then pick up or
  pet them then it will say "name" is doing very well today. You can pick
  them up or pet them inside, then let them out and pick them up and pet
  them again each day outside. The silkworm can not go outside so you
  will only get "name" is fine today which is why it is harder to raise
  the silkworm's heart levels.

- It is a lot easier to let the ducks and chickens outside (ring outside
  bell) and then collect all the cocoon and egg products inside than
  trying to collect the products while the chickens and ducks are inside
  resulting in picking up a chicken/duck instead of an egg or cocoon. It
  is also easier to let the chickens feed on grass outside rather than
  trying to feed each chicken/duck inside (hand feeding inside does raise
  hearts faster however).

- The color of the baby animal is the color of the adult animal if
  the animal is in the barn (black foal will become a black horse, etc)

- Chicken Coop baby animals (chickens/ducks) will be solid yellow and
  then they will be solid white when adults (with orange beaks/feet)


- For Animal Barn and Chicken Coop - Building amounts at Carpenter Shop:

  - Be careful to look down on the screen for what
    Dale says the stone & wood amounts are. Do not
    look up at what the map stone & wood amounts
    show because they are misleading as you scroll
    through the building options. The amounts on the
    map area are actually the amounts that you have
    acquired.

  - Buy level 1 Barn & Chicken Coop

     - Animal Barn (level 1): 3,000 G, 12 stone, 12 wood lumber

     - Has 6 stalls
     - Holds 6 livestock (sheep/goat/cow/horse/ostrich)
     - Contains Yarn Maker/Dye Pot/Cheese Maker/Butter Maker)
       - If purchased (processes items one-at-a-time/not entire stack)


     - Chicken Coop (level 1): 2,400 G, 10 stone, 10 wood lumber

       - Holds 8 chickens/ducks plus 6 silkworms = 14 total
       - Has 8 purple raised silkworm trays (feeds 6)
       - Has 2 blue lower chicken/duck trays (feeds 4)
         - Hand feed rest or let all/others out to pasture daily
       - Contains (Mayonnaise Maker)
         - If purchased (processes items one-at-a-time/not entire stack)


  - Buy level 2 Barn and Chicken Coop (no more upgrades)

     - Animal Barn upgrade (level 2): 6,000 G, 22 stone, 22 wood lumber

       - Has 8 stalls 
       - Holds 8 livestock (sheep/goat/cow/horse/ostrich)
       - Contains Yarn Maker/Dye Pot/Cheese Maker/Butter Maker)
         - If purchased (processes items one-at-a-time/not entire stack)


     - Chicken Coop upgrade (level 2): 4,800 G, 22 stone, 22 wood
 
       - Holds 10 chickens/ducks & 8 silkworms = 18 total
       - Has 8 purple raised silkworm trays (feeds 8)
       - Has 2 longer blue lower chicken/duck trays (feeds 6)
         - Hand feed rest or let all/others out to pasture daily
       - Contains (Mayonnaise Maker)
         - If purchased (processes items one-at-a-time/not entire stack)

       - While the coop can hold up to 18 you may only want 12 or less
         in one building considering space and time
       - It is better to let all ducks/chickens out to pasture to feed
         on sunny & cloudy days (even in winter). Most of your time will
         be consumed with trying to pick up products and feed the right
         fowl as you pull your hair out unless you let them out to feed.
       - Always hand feed or tray feed the silkworms as they can not go
         outside.

Note: An egg in the coop incubator takes one available bird space.
      An ostrich egg in the barn incubator takes one available space.
      Expected baby animal arrival takes one available animal space.



Farm Star Ranks:
----------------

- Availability to buy all crops/seeds is related to your crop farm star
  rank
- Souffle Farm will raise their shop stars in relation to your crop
  star farm rank and will sell more agricultural related products
  (Agricultural/crops shipped farm star rank = Souffle Farm shop stars)

  1 to 3 star rank - agricultural related
  - Start with rank 0
  - Sell/ship several G of crop/agricultural products for rank 1
  - Sell/ship 5,000 G of crop/agricultural products for rank 2
  - Sell/ship 10,000 G of crop/agricultural products for rank 3

- Availability to buy all animals/animal related products is related to
  your animal farm star rank
- Brownie Ranch will raise their shop stars in relation to your animal
  star farm rank and will sell more animals/animal related products
  (Animal products shipped farm star rank = Brownie Ranch shop stars)

  1 to 3 star rank - animal related
  - Start with rank 0
  - Sell/ship several G of animal products for rank 1
  - Sell/ship 5,000 G of animal products for rank 2
  - Sell/ship 10,000 G of animal products for rank 3

- All other shops with shop stars will raise their shop stars when
  either the crop &/or animal farm star rank is raised
  (Crop &/or Animal farm star rank = General Store/others shop stars)


  Example:
  - Crop farm star rank = 1
    - Souffle Farm shop rank = 1 and General Store shop rank = 1
  - Animal farm star rank = 1
    - Brownie Ranch shop rank = 1 and General Store shop rank = 1




Calf/Cow:
- Black & White, Brown, Solid Black
- Costs 4,500 G
- Live for 3 years
- Time until adult 28 days
- Gives milk every day
- Turn into Cheese, Butter

- Cow Miracle Potion
   - Costs 2,100 G
   - Need 1 star farm rank
   - Birth in 14 days

Foal/Horse:
- Red-brown (pink/purple), Brown, Black, White (all solid)
- Mane & tail colors: Darker brown, Golden
- Costs 6,300 G
- Live for 4 years
- Time until adult 28 days
- Buy at Brownie Ranch
- Can ride it when saddle equipped
- Comes when whistle outside
  - Hold A and then B buttons not facing
    horse
- Need 2 star farm rank

- Horse Miracle Potion
   - Costs 2,700 G
   - Need 2 star farm rank
   - Birth in 14 days

Lamb/Sheep:
- Solid White, White with black face/trimmings
- Pinkish when sheared/sheep
- Costs 4,200 G
- Live for 2.5 years
- Time until adult 14 days
- Give wool every 4 days
- Turn into Yarn

- Sheep Miracle Potion
   - Costs 1,800 G
   - Need 1 star farm rank
   - Birth in 7 days

Ostrich:
- Black & White Adult/brown chick (egg)
- Costs 13,500 G
- Live for 4 years
- Hatches in 14 days
- Time until adult 24 days more
- Need a 3 star farm rank
- Can ride it when saddle equipped
- Comes when whistle outside (A then B button)
- Lays huge eggs every few 4 days
- Eggs can be hatched or sold at a good price
- Turn into special mayonnaise (just one/lose G)
- Incubator is in Barn lvl 1 & up 
  - no cost for incubator, just lvl 1 barn

Kid/Goat:
- Solid White
- Costs 3,600 G
- Live for 3 years
- Time until adult 14 (has horns)
- Gives milk every day
- Turn into Goat Cheese, Goat Butter
- Need 2 star farm rank

- Goat Miracle Potion
   - Costs 1,800 G
   - Need 2 star farm rank
   - Birth in 7 days

Chicken:
- Solid White Adult/Yellow chick (egg)
- Costs 2,100 G
- Live for 2.5 years
- Adult when bought
- Lay an egg every day
- Hatch from egg in 7 days
- 7 days more to adult
- Turn into Mayonnaise
- Incubator is in chicken coop lvl 1 & up 
  - no cost for incubator, just lvl 1 chicken coop

Duck:
- Solid White/Yellow duckling (egg)
  - Mallard ducks are only in Maple Lake Pond
  - You can not produce them in the final US version
- Costs 2,400 G
- Live for 2.5
- Adult when bought
- Lay an egg every 2 days
- Hatch from egg in 7 days
- 7 days more to adult
- Need 3 star farm rank
- Incubator is in chicken coop lvl 1 & up 
  - no cost for incubator, just lvl 1 chicken coop

Silk Worm:
- Solid White, Greenish
- Costs 2,850 G
- Live for 2.5 years
- Adult when bought
- Good money maker
- Live in Chicken Coop on platforms
- Have to hand feed
- Stay in Barn and do not graze
- Give ball (cocoon) of raw silk every 4 days
- Can turn raw silk into silk Yarn (thread)
- Turn into silk yarn (yarn/thread maker) & then dye it
- Place new silkworm in old silkworm's tray to transfer
  old silkworm's heart level to new silkworm
  - Works if previous silkworm died but not if silkworm sold


Chicken Coop:
-------------

- You do not start with a chicken coop
- Built 2 days after requested from Carpentry Shop
- Chicken coops have two levels for full upgrade
- Upgrades are built upwards so they take no more land
  then when first built
- A chicken egg incubator is automatically supplied when
  you first build the chicken coop (lvl 1)
- Once you buy a chicken then you will hear a rooster
  crow each morning when you wake up
- The Mayonnaise maker goes in the chicken coop
- Chickens/Ducks/Silkworms go in the chicken coop
- Chickens/Ducks: get babies by hatching egg
- Silkworms: do not reproduce babies -- buy more
- Chickens/Ducks can graze on grass outside
  - You don't carry them outside, just ring the outside
    bell and they come out automatically
- Silkworms can not go outside
- Each animal can be raised to 10 hearts
  - Talk to them, hand-feed them, pick them up, etc
  - Do not hit animals with tools or use water can on them
- Feed the animals before they fall asleep at night at 8pm
- The more hearts they have then the better sell price
- Keep track of when an animal is about to die of old age
  and sell it before it dies
- If an animal gets sick then buy medicine to heal it
- In past HM games you could grow corn and grind it to
  make chicken feed. In this game you can grow corn and
  there is even a windmill but you can NOT grow your own
  chicken/duck/silkworm feed. You must buy the feed at
  Brownie Ranch. Be sure to always have enough feed on
  hand at all times for your silkworms since they can't
  ever go outside and need feed every day.
- See above for individual animal details


Animal Barn:
------------

- You do not start with an animal barn
- Built 2 days after requested from Carpentry Shop
- Animal Barns have two levels for full upgrade
- Upgrades are built upwards so they take no more land
  then when first built
- An ostrich egg incubator is automatically supplied when
  you first build the barn (lvl 1)
- The Cheese, Butter, and Yarn/Thread makers go in the barn
- Cow/Sheep/Goat/Horse/Ostrich go in the barn
- All can graze outside on the grass even in the winter
- All can be breed with Miracle Potion and have babies
  - Offspring can be any color
  - Ostrich: get babies by hatching egg
- You can ride horses and ostriches if you have a saddle
- The one with the highest affection towards you will
  come when you whistle
- Each animal can be raised up to 10 hearts
  - Feed, Milk, Brush, Shear, hand-feed, etc
  - Do not hit animals with tools or use water can on them
- Feed the animals before they fall asleep at night (8pm)
- Get all products each day or lose those products
- The more hearts they have then the better the sell price
- Keep track of when an animal is about to die of old age
  and sell it before it dies
- If an animal gets sick then buy it medicine to heal it
- See above for individual animal details
- Your barn and chicken coop both have a shipping bin
- See Farm Lots section & above for more details


Makers:
-------

- You can buy all the makers before building a barn &/or chicken
  coop but you will not be able to see or use them until the building
  they go in is built
- You must have a chicken coop before you can use the Mayonnaise Maker
- You must have a barn before you can use the Cheese/Butter/Yarn Makers
- When you play as your child then you will keep the makers but will
  not have access to them until the chicken coop and barn are rebuilt

- Processing raw products:

  - Products that keep their grades
    - Chicken eggs (all grades keep same grades for mayonnaise)
    - Cow milk (all grades keep same grades for butter & cheese)
    - Goat milk (all grades keep same grades for goat butter & goat cheese)

  - Product that don't keep their grades:
    - Duck eggs (any grade duck egg = Duckonnaise/no grade)
    - Ostrich eggs (any grade ostrich egg = Ostonnaise/no grade)

  - Processed items can be used for cooking
  - Processed items can be shipped - sells for more G than raw product
    - except for duck and ostrich eggs (ship higher grades for more G)
  - Processed items can be given as gifts

- Buy at General Store

  - Mayonnaise Maker - 3,000 G
  - Cheese Maker - 4,200 G
  - Butter Maker - 3,750 G
  - Yarn/Thread Maker - 4,500 G
    - Comes with Dye Pot


Mayonnaise Maker: Red - process eggs (chicken/duck/ostrich - coop)

Cheese Maker: Blue Maker - process milk (cow/goat - barn)

Butter Maker: Yellow Maker - process milk (cow/goat - barn)

Yarn/Thread Maker: Green Maker - process wool/cocoon/flax (barn)
 -- You get a Dye Pot for free when you buy a Yarn Maker. It is
    inside the barn.

    - Flax = Flax Yarn
    - Cocoon = Silk Yarn (thread)
    - Wool = Wool Yarn

    - All keep their grades when processed (Yarn Maker)
    - All do not keep their grades when dyed (Dye Pot)


Note: The official name of the Yarn/Thread Maker is Yarn Maker
  but it has a picture of a spool of Thread on the maker sign so
  I sometimes refer to it as the Yarn/Thread Maker so no one
  gets confused.



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        Crops
======================

- 4 Seasons 
- 28 days to a month/4 weeks
- Buy calendar to track days of the month
- Calendar lists events as well as other info

- Water crops once daily on sunny and cloudy days. You do not have
  to water on rainy days but you do need to water on snowy days.

- You can occasionally and randomly get Pontata Roots while plowing
  any farm field and while hammering in the mines. You can also dig
  up random amounts of money from the fields. Pick up all items off
  the ground quickly as they will disappear shortly after appearing.
  You can also get Pontata roots occasionally if you whack a mole
  over the head with your hammer in the mines. Simon sells Pontata
  Root at the Spring & Summer Flea Markets. Use it in medicines.

- Remember to till at least 1,000 squares to get a power berry.
  It doesn't matter what field you till on and it probably will
  take a combination of fields. It is a good idea to till the
  1,000 squares before you plant all farm fields in crops or other
  coverage. Yes, you can till the same square repeatedly if you
  are just trying to upgrade tools or get the power berry. You can
  not use tools in your own houses. You can not till on land you
  do not own (once you own a property it will have a mailbox on it).

- Turnips can be eaten raw to aid in recovery at the beginning of
  the game. The potato seeds you got from the Homestay will not help
  as much because you can not eat potatoes raw. They grow quickly
  (4 days) and help get you some money when you harvest & ship them.
  The higher the grade of crop then the more stamina it will recover.

  - But the best for profit and stamina will be to buy a frying pan
    and fry any turnips and potatoes (stir-fry: any vegetable, Frying
    Pan). This will benefit you more than any vegetable even shining
    and you won't need any fertilizer because the grade doesn't matter
    in cooked vegetable dishes.

  - Villagers can also tell grades of crops but not in cooked products.

  - Plus cooked dishes will give you more stamina than raw products.

- Buy Seed Mix of seeds at the start (1st year/each season).
  In the spring there will be at least one strawberry grown per bag
  Strawberries sell for 600 G. Also, Seed Mixes will randomly
  allow you to get crops/flowers that are not unlocked yet. Plant them
  in Happy Fertilizer (Flower Festival/Spring 10) for an even greater
  profit and better grade crops. You can put fertilizer on tilled soil/
  seeds/partially grown crops and fully mature crops.

- Flowers and Herbs have no grade so you can plant them in poor soil
  and still get the same product. Don't waste fertilizer on them.
  Fertilized flowers do seem to give more colored honey than Decent
  Honey but you can still get colored honey without fertilizer.

- To plant crops or trees in your farm field then you must first clear
  the field. Pick up or sickle the weeds, hammer the boulders, chop the
  trees into small logs. You can use your tools to change the stone into
  building stone (material stone/stone) and chop the trees into
  building wood (material wood/wood). Then you can till and plant
  your crops &/or trees. Be sure to water them and later harvest them.


- Trees only need watered in the beginning and to help them grow faster.
  Fertilizing the trees increase the likelihood of getting more shining
  fruit. You can get shining fruit from unfertilized trees but it will
  not be as often as fertilized trees. The better the fertilizer then
  the more often you will get better products. Remember that trees
  only give two grades (Example: Orange, Shining Orange). If you want
  to be lazy then you could just buy the trees and plant them (watering
  only once) and let them grow up on their own. Trees tend to grow
  at different rates with Apple Trees growing fastest and Mora/Cherry
  trees growing slowest. You also will get more fruit with the best
  fertilizer.
 
- Your field will continue to randomly be scattered with new weeds,
  stone, wood, and the occasional hali/pine tree seedling. Just keep
  using these materials for building supplies. You can let the hali/pine
  tree seedlings grow where they appear or get rid of them. If you let
  them grow then you can chop them down later for wood or just buy your
  own hali/pine tree seedlings from the store and plant them where you 
  want them to grow. Stormy weather will deposit more items in your field.

- Weeds are a problem. You can not ship them or use them in any recipe.
  They can effect your crops and trees within a 3X3 radius lowering the
  grades of the products. They take a lot of stamina to pick (less
  stamina is needed if sickled but still takes a lot). They will grow
  randomly on any field square tilled or not. Try to get rid of them
  as soon as possible and have some stamina recovery items available
  to allow you to complete the weeding. You may want to have most to
  all of your field planted or tilled with planted crops in the tilled
  squares to avoid so many weeds. Don't just till the ground to reduce
  the weeds, the tilled soil has to have live crops or trees in the
  squares to not be over-taken by weeds. When crops die then they just
  disappear leaving you with untilled soil where they were. Your tilled
  soil squares will last a full season unless they are taken over by
  weeds (or items like boulders that drop onto your field from storms).
  Your tilled squares are usually quickly over-taken by weeds/etc.
  Upgrading the skill/area of your sickle will help a lot with weeds.

- Any tilled square that was fertilized and then was taken over by a
  weed or other debris will still be as fertilized after you re-till it
  as it was before it was taken over (for the lasting duration of the
  fertilizer only).

- You can chop trees and hammer boulders on land you don't own yet
  and also the dirt area in Praline Forest but you can not hoe on any
  unowned land (your character will go through the actions but not end
  up with any tilled soil). Make sure that you replenish (plant Hali/
  Pine trees) the trees to support the large wood consumption you will
  use if you plan on having wood to chop throughout the game. There is
  plenty of wood in the beginning but you will notice (especially at
  Praline Forest) that the Hali/Pine trees don't replenish as fast as
  the game progresses. Hali/Pine trees take a long time to grow 
  especially in the forest.

- Early in the game you will probably have to till and plant around
  rocks and tree stumps until you can get more stamina and better tools.

- Hali/pine tree seedling chopped down = 1 wood piece. Hali/pine tree
  full grown tree = 9 pieces of wood. You can chop down a Hali/pine
  tree at any growth but you will get only the amount of wood per
  amount of growth of the tree at the time of chopping (1-9 wood pieces).

- You have to chop down trees to get material wood for building. You will
  end up with small logs on the ground. Just pick them up, you don't need
  to chop them any more. The tree stump can now be chopped further for one
  more piece of wood/log. This also helps another tree to randomly grow
  in the same surrounding area. One full grown tree equals 8 pieces of 
  wood (small logs/just pick up) and the tree stump equals 1 more piece
  of wood (small log) for a total of 9 pieces of wood per each full
  grown tree.

- You have to hammer big boulders to smaller stones then just pick them up.
  You don't have to hammer them any more. This also helps to randomly
  produce another boulder in the same surrounding area. One boulder equals
  4 smaller stones. Boulders replenish by themselves quickly (about every
  other day if smashed and gathered).

- Unlike past Harvest Moon games you will be planting seeds in a straight
  single row (6 squares per seed bag) in front of your character and not
  a 3X3 square around your character. Till the soil before planting seeds
  or they will disappear into the un-tilled soil. You can walk on your
  crops so you can pack them all together without any spaces if you want.
  Trees also can be packed next to any crop or tree and don't need any
  space around them. You will have access to all squares even without
  any spaces around them. Note that fruit trees drop fruit in their
  seasons and at that time they will need space around them. You may
  even want to plant orchards that have trees that fruit in different
  seasons so that the same squares are used in different seasons
  allowing you to plant the trees closer together more effectively.

- All crop fields (farm lots) have randomly generated squares of different
  qualities of soil -- so if till 6 random squares in a line or not
  then you would still get random qualities of soil in each square.
  You can buy 3 different grades of fertilizer to upgrade the crop/tree
  produce quality.

- Flower Festival - Spring 10: Buy lots of Happy Fertilizer (225 G each)
  - Happy Fertilizer will not be unlocked (Year 1) but is available here
  - Happy Fertilizer will last for 3 seasons
  - Happy Fertilizer produces best crops/tree products
  - Each bag does 6 squares
  - You can put fertilizer on tilled soil/seeds/partially grown crops
    and fully mature crops.
  - It is also a good idea to purchase the rare seeds here, too

- Crops will grow past end of season (if planted in that season) but
  grow very slowly past the end of the season. On the 3rd day of the
  3rd season all out-of-season crops will die & disappear. There may
  be occasional very hot days that will kill any out-of-season crop
  at any time it is past its season so make sure to water your crops.
  Also, Cabbage seeds grow very slowly so don't plant them before
  the season they grow in (Spring) by even a few days or they will
  most likely die before they can sprout (even tried a few days
  before Spring).

- Snowstorms and typhoons can damage crops but you can still go outside
  in a typhoon and harvest your crops &/or go buy more seeds because
  all shops will operate on normal schedules. Cloudy days will make
  dark nights and it will be hard to see outside to do work. If you
  stay outside in the typhoon/blizzard for too long then you will
  get a cold especially if your stamina is low. Buy Cold Medicine
  at Meringue Clinic or make it in your kitchen (see Cooking section
  for the recipe).

- You can plant crops, flowers, and herbs one season before, during
  the season they grow, and one season after their normal season. They
  will grow extremely slow before and after their normal season but
  they will still grow and even have multiple crops if they are
  multiple growth crops. If you plant a crop, flower, or herb two
  seasons away from their normal season then they will die and not
  grow. Any tilled soil will return to untilled soil when the
  season changes if there is not a crop, flower, or herb in the square.

- You can plant seeds in any weather including typhoons without them
  being affected, washed away, or blown away. You do not have to water
  crops on rainy days but you do have to water them on snowy days.

- You need to sickle old live crops to prepare for planting of new crops.
  You may want to wait til you are ready to plant more seeds/seedlings
  where your old living crops were so you don't have to re-till the soil.
  Tilled soil will revert back to un-tilled soil if nothing is in that
  tilled square (live plants). Sickle and replant on the same day to
  retain your tilled soil so the tilled soil doesn't get over-taken
  with weeds overnight.

- Re-water and re-harvest all repeat growing crops to get more produce

- Crop Qualities: Decent, Good, Perfect, Shining
  - Usually top fertilized soil quality (Happy Fertilizer) equals
    perfect products with occasional chance of getting Shining products

- If you need a specific grade of crop then you can save your game
  just before your crops are ready to harvest, then go and harvest
  them. If you didn't get the grade you wanted (and your soil is able
  to produce it) then reload your game and reharvest the crops. The 
  crop grades are determined right at the time of harvest so you can
  keep randomly resetting the crop grades this way.

- The darker the soil the better the soil quality. Soil ranks: Poor
  Soil, Regular Soil, and Good Soil. All soil turns dark when watered
  so check soil quality before watering.

- See the Furniture (Basics) section to see how items stack.

- All the harvest times given below are based on mostly sunny weather
  with proper watering and best soil/no weeds. Add at least a day to the
  harvest times if you don't have all 4 of these while growing your
  crops. This is also based on no typhoons occurring during growing
  times. This was done for testing purposes so your harvest times
  may vary slightly.


- Buy all below crop seeds at Souffle Farm

- All sell prices are listed below in this order:
  
  - Crop no fertilizer, 
  - Crop with Fertilizer       (lasts 1 season/ups soil by 1 level)
  - Crop with Rapid fertilizer (lasts 2 seasons/ups soil by 2 levels)
  - Crop with Happy fertilizer (lasts 3 seasons/ups soil by 2 levels)

  - or soils already equal to

  (aka: Decent, Good, Perfect, Shining)



Farm Star Ranks:
----------------

- Availability to buy all crops/seeds is related to your crop farm star
  rank
- Souffle Farm will raise their shop stars in relation to your crop
  star farm rank and will sell more agricultural related products
  (Agricultural/crops shipped farm star rank = Souffle Farm shop stars)

  1 to 3 star rank - agricultural related
  - Start with rank 0
  - Sell/ship several G of crop/agricultural products for rank 1
  - Sell/ship 5,000 G of crop/agricultural products for rank 2
  - Sell/ship 10,000 G of crop/agricultural products for rank 3

- Availability to buy all animals/animal related products is related to
  your animal farm star rank
- Brownie Ranch will raise their shop stars in relation to your animal
  star farm rank and will sell more animals/animal related products
  (Animal products shipped farm star rank = Brownie Ranch shop stars)

  1 to 3 star rank - animal related
  - Start with rank 0
  - Sell/ship several G of animal products for rank 1
  - Sell/ship 5,000 G of animal products for rank 2
  - Sell/ship 10,000 G of animal products for rank 3

- All other shops with shop stars will raise their shop stars when
  either the crop &/or animal farm star rank is raised
  - Crop &/or Animal farm star rank = General Store/others shop stars
  - You will not see your farm star rank but can check how much money
    in each category you have shipped by holding C button/income page
  - The shops will have filled in stars on their business signs


  Example:
  - Crop farm star rank = 1
    - Souffle Farm shop rank = 1 and General Store shop rank = 1
  - Animal farm star rank = 1
    - Brownie Ranch shop rank = 1 and General Store shop rank = 1


Fertilizers:
------------

- 3 levels of fertilizer -> betters crop quality and production

   - Fertilizer: Need a 2 star farm rank for 1st fertilizer
     - Costs 90 G
     - Buy at Souffle Farm
     - Good/lasts 1 season/ups soil by 1 level

   - Rapid Fertilizer: Need a 2 star farm rank for 2nd fertilizer
     - Costs 180 G
     - Buy at Fall Festival 27th &/or Souffle Farm
     - Better/lasts 2 seasons/ups soil by 2 levels

   - Happy Fertilizer Need a 3 star farm rank for 3rd fertilizer
     - Costs 225 G
     - Buy at Spring Festival 22nd &/or Souffle Farm
     - Best/lasts 3 seasons/ups soil by 2 levels


Note: 
   - Happy Fertilizer can be purchased at the Flower Festival/Spring 10
     at any star farm rank and at Souffle Farms at 3 star farm rank
      
   - All fertilizer can be purchased at Taylor's Seeds (telephone) 
     once he moves onto the island (complete 1st rainbow/ moves in a
     few seasons later/Spring Year 2 if finished 1st rainbow within
     Spring Year 1)

   - You can put fertilizer on top of already planted and tilled soil,
     seeds, and all plants in any growth stage

  - One bag of fertilizer does a 1X6 row of squares in front of your
    character



Flowers & Honey Bees:
---------------------


Getting Honey:

- There are honey bees (not as pets, of course)

- You can buy Decent Honey at Brownie Ranch

- They are attracted to the flowers that you grow

- Depending on the color of the flower then you get that color
  of honey (red flower = red honey, etc) or randomly Decent
  Honey &/or Royal Jelly

- Watch your flowers and if you see "glowing specs" (flying bees) 
  around them then pick the flowers and you might get honey. Turns
  the flower into honey (you do not get both the honey and the
  flower). If you also need that flower for the lists/bookshelf
  then make sure to pick at least 1-2 to register the actual flower
  and the type of perfume (type by flowers mixed).

- Flowers don't have a grade so you can grow them in poor soil and
  without any fertilizer (same with herbs)

- For better attraction to bees, plant lots of flowers together

- Bees will only be attracted to fully grown flowers on sunny days
  so check 1st thing in the morning

- Watch the weather forecast to see if it is going to be a sunny day
  and then go outside and check your fully grown flowers to see if
  any bees came to collect nectar. If they have, then harvest those
  flower(s) that the bee is hovering over and usually you will
  get colored honey, decent honey, or royal Jelly.

- If you are growing flowers just to get flowers then you can just
  pick the flowers after they have grown. If you are after honey then
  just leave the flower full grown for as long as you want but keep
  watering the flowers every day. They will eventually die and
  disappear but it will take a long time for them to die (about 2-3
  seasons). Usually you will have picked most to all of them in that
  time for honey as the bees come to them. Flowers do have certain
  seasons they need to be planted in (see below in the Crops section
  under the list of crops per season).

- So far, Snowflake Flowers tend to give the best Royal Jelly return.
  Red flowers are next. Spring and Summer tend to have more bees
  probably because there are more sunny days.


- Flowers are also used to make a variety of perfumes
  - See the Cooking section for perfume recipes

- Flowers are also used to dye yarn and other items
  - See the Cooking section for dyed wool, silk, & Flax recipes



Honey Colors:


- Yellow:

     - Moondrop Flower       - Spring

     - Hyacinth Flower       - Spring

     - Sunflower             - Summer

     - Pansy Flower          - Summer

     - Lily Flower           - Summer

     - Chrysanthemum Flower  - Fall

     - Snowflake Flower      - Winter

 
- Red:

     - Tulip Flower          - Spring

     - Hibiscus Flower       - Summer

     - Cosmos Flower         - Fall

     - Rose Flower           - Fall

     - Anemone Flower        - Winter

- Green:

     - Green Bell Flower     - Winter

- Purple:

     - Lavender Flower       - Spring

     - Pinkcat Flower        - Summer
       - Pink but gives Purple

     - Begonia Flower        - Summer

- Blue:

     - Morning Glory Flower  - Fall

     - Blue Mist Flower      - Fall

 
- Royal Jelly:

     - Randomly generated with care and luck!
     - Produced in same manner as any colored honey
     - Has high sell value
     - Also restored 500 pts of stamina per royal jelly
       when eaten



Honey Prices:

- Takes 1 flower & bee luck

Decent Honey - 90 G
Yellow Honey - 250 G
Green Honey - 280 G
Purple Honey - 300 G
Red Honey - 330 G
Very Blue Honey - 500 G
Royal Jelly - 450 G (500 stamina!)


Perfume Prices:

- Takes 2 flowers

- Perfume (Decent): Any 2 flowers - 100 G
- Purple Perfume: 2 Lavender Flowers - 170 G
- Yellow Perfume: 2 Moondrop Flowers - 160 G
- Green Perfume: 2 Green Bell Flowers - 290 G
- Red Perfume: 2 Roses - 210 G
- Blue Perfume: 2 Blue Mist Flowers - 1,210 G

- Shining Perfume: 5 different flowers - 1,030 G
  - Combined flowers must total 500 G value or more

- Best money maker: Blue Perfume



Seedlings/Trees:
----------------


- Trees grow all year and never die and you can use the
  axe to cut them down if you wish

- Buy trees as seedlings from Souffle Farm
  - The Hali tree is a pine tree
  - The Mora tree is a cherry tree
  - All other trees are self-explanatory
  - You need a 1 star farm rank/shop rank to buy seedlings

- Seedlings do not need water once planted and watered once
  but they will grow faster if watered

- Trees are full grown in 2 seasons (if watered regularly)
  but only produce fruit in listed seasons for each tree

- You do need a 3x3 space to plant a tree seed but you only
  have to till the very center space and then plant the
  tree seed there (press Z button to show spaces)

- Trees only need watered in the beginning and to help them
  grow faster. Fertilizing the trees increase the likelihood
  of getting more shining fruit. You can get shining fruit
  from unfertilized trees but it will not be as often as
  fertilized trees. The better the fertilizer then the more
  often you will get better products. Remember that trees
  only give two grades (Example: Orange, Shining Orange).
  If you want to be lazy then you could just buy the trees
  and plant them (watering only once) and let them grow up
  on their own. Trees tend to grow at different rates with
  Apple Trees growing fastest and Mora/Cherry trees growing
  slowest. You will also get more fruit with best fertilizer.

- You can put trees close together or space them farther
  apart or even spread them around randomly on any farm
  lots you have purchased (if you hoe an area and it doesn't
  till the ground then you probably have not bought the
  land). You can plant a whole orchard of trees if you wish
  but you will need a large farm lot. 

  - Elli sells extra farm lots for 4,500 G each at the
    Town Hall
 
  - Farm lot sizes in   order of smallest to largest:
    - Town Plot 
    - Hilltop Plot
    - Seaside Plot
    - Mountain Plot
  

- You can make an orchard to improve the odds of getting
  shining fruit (also use Happy Fertilizer - line up trees
  for better coverage - auto spreads in a 1x6 forward line)

- Trees do not need space around them to grow so you can
  plant and harvest crops around them in their off-seasons.
  (closest fruit tree planting requires one space between
  trunks)

  - Currently testing two Hali trees that auto-planted next
    to each other with no spaces in between trunks)

  - 2 years later and trees are slightly bigger but still
    not grown yet. So if two Hali trees pop up next to
    each other then just chop one down and let the other
    one grow (if you want one to grow).

- When a tree is in season then it will drop fruit and
  will need space around it at that time. Providing extra
  space around trees will allow the fruit to pile up on
  more squares around the tree (where no weeds are). This
  method takes more space but gives more fruit room and
  you more sight room to see under trees when gathering.

- An orchard with just one space around every tree trunk
  still grows very well and still has plenty of space to
  drop fruit if you pick it up every 2-3 days and even
  longer if you plant trees that fruit in different
  seasons next to each other.

- Just like the rest of the game, two different objects
  can fall on each other before you start losing any other
  different object that lands on that space.
  - A rock can appear over an herb or wild item
  - A fruit can appear over a weed
  - Just pick up the 1st item (or break rock/etc) and then
    pick up the item underneath it

- The more fruit trees you grow then the more fruit you
  will probably get but it is still random. You might
  find a lot of fruit beneath one tree and none around
  others but it will still give you fruit during each
  tree's seasons. Fertilizer does allow the tree to give
  more fruit per season.

- All tree seedlings can also be bought from Taylor's Seeds
  over the telephone once Taylor moves onto the island
  - All items bought go right into your rucksack so make
    room before you call

- All trees need a 3X3 space for planting but the tree
  will only be planted in the very center square allowing
  you to plant them closer by overlaping the empty squares
  in the 3X3 planting areas. The closest you can plant
  trees is one space between tree trunks.


- Apple Seedling
    - Fall 
    - 3x3 
    - Costs 570 G

- Grape Seedling
    - Fall 
    - 3x3 
    - Costs 555 G

- Chestnut Seedling 
    - Fall 
    - 3x3
    - Costs 525 G

- Orange Seedling
    - Summer 
    - 3x3
    - 540 G

- Mora/Cherry Seedling
    - Spring, Fall
    - Flowers then cherries 
    - 3x3
    - Costs 450 G

- Hali/Pine Seedling
    - Spring
    - 3x3
    - Costs 300 G



Crops:


- Past HM games had shorter crop re-grow days once the initial
  crop had grown. In this HM there are no shorter days for
  re-grow crops. They will re-grow in the same day cycles as
  the initial crop. Sometimes the re-growth of the same crop will
  seem shorter when it is really not because of the factors of
  weather, watering, type of fertilizer, weeds/no weeds, etc.

- The crops also have a few variants in growth times because the
  weather, water, and soil factors into faster or slower growth.
  Your crops will not die if you over-water them but they
  will grow faster with the proper amount of watering, lots of
  sun, and the best fertilizer (Happy Fertilizer). Typhoons and
  snowstorms can also have random effects on them. All the below
  growth times per crop are the best/fastest growth rate days.
  You may want to add at least an extra day to get average growth
  rates. Using the best fertilizer (Happy Fertilizer) will shorten
  the growth rate of most crops by several days which will give
  you an advantage in growth time and getting in extra crop
  harvests. Some crops are not effected by fertilizer and will
  grow in the same amount of days whether fertilized or not
  (such as onions, potatoes, flowers, etc).

- You can safely not water most crops for one day. At two days,
  most crops will get black "vegetables/etc" but the plant will
  still be green (or 1/2 live and 1/2 black flowers). Sometimes
  you can still water them at this point and they will revive
  slowly. At about 2-3 days or if the entire plant/crop turns
  black then the plant is totally dead and you can not revive
  it by watering it. Just use your sickle to get rid of it on
  the same day (plant something else there immediately if you
  wish/saves plowing-weed growth) or just for it to disappear.



Spring Crops:
-------------

- Regrow crops: Breadfruit, Strawberry
- Most profitable crop: 
- Flowers, Herbs, & Flax do not need star farm ranks
- All other crops for Spring need 1 star farm rank


Spring Seed Mix
    - Costs 150 G
    - Mixed seeds
    - Various growth rates
    - Various sell prices
    - Need 1 star farm rank
    - Regrow: varies

Turnip
    - Costs 60 G
    - 6 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 50, 60, 70, 120 G
    - Need 1 star farm rank
    - Regrow: no

Breadfruit
    - Costs 210 G
    - 7 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 70, 90, 110, 180 G
    - Need 1 star farm rank
    - Regrow: yes

Cabbage
    - Costs 135 G
    - 7 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 80, 130, 180, 260 G
    - Need 1 star farm rank
    - Regrow: no

Potato
    - Costs 75 G
    - 4 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 60, 70, 80, 140 G
    - Need 1 star farm rank
    - Regrow: no

Strawberry
    - Costs 600 G
    - 10 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 130, 210, 290, 420 G
    - Need 1 star farm rank
    - Regrow: yes

Lavender Flower
    - Costs 60 G
    - 6 days to grow
    - Sell price: 50 G
    - Purple flowers
    - Regrow: no

Tulip Flower
    - Costs 90 G
    - 5 days to grow
    - Sell price: 60 G
    - Red flowers
    - Regrow: no

Moondrop Flower
    - Costs 75 G
    - 4 days to grow
    - Sell price: 40 G
    - Yellow flowers
    - Regrow: no

Hyacinth Flower
    - Costs 75 G
    - 6 days to grow
    - Sell price: 80 G
    - Yellow Flowers
    - Can buy at Spring Flower Festival 22nd
    - Regrow: no 

Green Herb
    - Costs 105 G
    - 5 days to grow
    - Sell price: 30 G
    - Green herbs
    - Can buy at Spring Flower Festival 22nd
    - Regrow: no 

Flax (Flax Yarn material)
    - Get Taylor into town by doing 1st rainbow
      (green sprite: Daren)
    - Call Taylor's Seeds and buy flax seeds from Taylor
      (grows in Spring) OR get the flax yarn (not seeds) from
      Hannah at the Animal Festival (Spring 28)
    - When seeds grown put flax into the yarn maker to get Flax Yarn
    - Costs 120 G
    - 5 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 50, 60, 70, 120 G
    - Regrow: no



Summer Crops:
-------------

- Regrow Crops: Corn, Tomato, Cocoa
- Most profitable crop:
- Only the Summer Seed Mix needs 1 star farm rank, none for others 


Summer Seed Mix
    - Costs 150 G
    - Mixed seed bag
    - Various growth rates
    - Various sell prices
    - Need 1 star farm rank
    - Regrow: varies

Watermelon
    - Costs 480 G
    - 6 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 110, 180, 250, 360 G
    - Regrow: no

Onion
    - Costs 75 G
    - 4 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 60, 70, 80, 140 G
    - Regrow: no
 
Corn
    - Costs 210 G
    - 9 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 100, 120, 140, 240 G
    - Regrow: yes

Tomato
    - Costs 225 G
    - 7 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 90, 110, 130, 220 G
    - Regrow: yes

Honeydew
    - Costs 735 G
    - 8 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 200, 330, 460, 660 G
    - Regrow: no

Cocoa
    - Costs 225 G
    - 8 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 120, 150, 180, 300 G
    - Buy at Toucan Island/Pineapple Inn
    - Regrow: yes

Sunflower
    - Costs 75 G
    - 5 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 70 G
    - Yellow flower
    - Regrow: no

Pansy Flower
    - Costs 60 G
    - 4 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 30 G
    - Yellow flower
    - Regrow: no

Pinkcat Flower
    - Costs 60 G
    - 4 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 50 G
    - Pink/Purple flower
    - Regrow: no

Begonia Flower
    - Costs 75 G
    - 4 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 50 G
    - Purple flower
    - Buy at Spring Flower Festival
    - Regrow: no

Lily Flower
    - Costs 120 G
    - 5 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 70 G
    - Yellow flower
    - Buy at Spring Flower Festival
    - Regrow: no

Hibiscus
    - Costs 90 G
    - 6 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 80 G
    - Red flower
    - Buy at Toucan Island
    - Regrow: no

Blue Herb
    - Costs 120 G
    - 5 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 70 G
    - Buy at Spring Flower Festival
    - Regrow: no



Fall Crops:
-----------

- Regrow crops: Yam, Eggplant, Bell Pepper
- Most profitable crop: 
- Fall Seed Mix needs 1 star farm rank
- Blue Mist Flower needs 3 star farm rank
- All others do not need star farm ranks


Fall Seed Mix
    - Costs 150 G
    - Mixed seeds
    - Various growth rates
    - Various sell prices
    - Need 1 star farm rank
    - Regrow: varies


Pumpkin
    - Costs 195 G
    - 10 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 130, 160, 190, 320 G
    - Regrow: no

Yam
    - Costs 135 G
    - 8 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 50, 90, 120, 170 G 
    - Regrow: no

Spinach
    - Costs 75 G
    - 4 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 60, 80, 100, 160 G
    - Regrow: no

Eggplant
    - Costs 285 G
    - 8 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 100, 120, 140, 240 G
    - Regrow: no

Rice
    - Costs 120 G
    - 4 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 50, 90, 130, 180 G
    - Regrow: no 
      - Incorrectly listed in game as
        a multi-harvest crop

Spicy Pepper
    - Costs 30 G
    - 4 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 60, 70, 80, 140 G
    - Regrow: no

Carrot
    - Costs 60 G
    - 5 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 80, 100, 120, 200 G
    - Buy from Taylor's Seeds
    - Regrow: no

Bell Pepper
    - Costs 90 G
    - 6 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 60, 70, 80, 140 G
    - Buy from Taylor's Seeds
    - Regrow: no

Cosmos Flower
    - Costs 75 G
    - 4 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 50 G
    - Red flower
    - Regrow: no

Morning Glory Flower
    - Costs 75 G
    - 6 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 90 G
    - Blue flower
    - Regrow: no

Blue Mist Flower
    - Costs 525 G
    - 12 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 320 G
    - Need 3 star farm rank
    - Blue flower
    - Regrow: no

Rose Flower
    - Costs 105 G
    - 6 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 100 G
    - Buy from Taylor's Seeds
    - Red flower
    - Regrow: no

Chrysanthemum Flower
    - Costs 60 G
    - 5 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 50 G
    - Buy from Taylor's Seeds
    - Yellow flower
    - Regrow: no

Purple Herb
    - Costs 135 G
    - 5 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 60 G
    - Buy at Spring Flower Festival
    - Regrow: no

Red Herb
    - Costs 135 G
    - 5 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 50 G
    - Buy at Spring Flower Festival
    - Regrow: no



Winter Crops:
-------------

- Regrow crops: None
- Most profitable crop: 
- Anemone Flower needs 2 star farm rank
- Snowflake Flower needs 3 star farm rank
- All others do not need star farm ranks


Buckwheat
    - Costs 150 G
    - 4 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 50, 80, 110, 160 G
    - Regrow: no

Anemone Flower
    - Costs 90 G
    - 5 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 30 G
    - Need 2 star farm rank
    - Red flower
    - Regrow: no

Snowflake Flower
    - Costs 150 G
    - 5 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 80 G
    - Need 3 star farm rank
    - Yellow flower
    - Regrow: no

Green Bell Flower
    - Costs 165 G
    - 5 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 70 G
    - Buy at Fall Harvest Festival
    - Green flower
    - Regrow: no

Yellow Herb
    - Costs 120 G
    - 5 days to grow
    - Sell prices: 40 G
    - Buy at Spring Flower Festival
    - Regrow: no



==============================================
  Profit Analysis: What to Keep/Process/Ship
==============================================


  - AKA: What do I do with this?
         Am I shipping away profits?
         Should I keep this?
         How many do I need to keep?
         What should I process?
         What is more profitable?


  - This is a profit comparison so only recipes that you
    need to quickly reference or that show a noticable
    profit will be included in the comparisons. Recipes
    that include many other ingredients are usually not
    profitable because of the combined cost of multiple
    ingredients (but they have been looked at).

  - Most times cooked dishes or processed/dyed products
    will be more profitable than even shining products
    especially if dyed with a blue herb or blue flower
    so don't ship away your profits!

  - Any dish that does not contain fish -> cook with
    decent grade products

  - Any dish that contains fish -> add more fish or
    rarer fish to better the grade of the cooked dish

  - All comparisons assume that the lowest grade of
    product was used in cooking to maximize the profits

  - Except for a few shining vegetables then Stir-fry
    (vegetable, Frying Pan) will be your most profitable
    option when dealing with vegetable crops


    

Animal Products Profit Comparison:
----------------------------------

   Eggs
   Milk
   Cocoons
   Wool


Eggs:

  - Fried Egg: Egg, Frying Pan - Sell 150 G/can't buy/120 stamina

  - Seasoned Egg: Egg, Aging Pot - Sell 190 G/can't buy/100 stamina

  - Chicken Egg - Sell prices: 80, 100, 120, 200 G
  - Mayonnaise - Sell prices: 100, 120, 170, 260 G

  - Duck Egg - Sell prices: 150, 190, 230, 380 G
  - Duckonnaise - Sell prices: 190 G

  - Ostrich Egg - Sell prices: 280, 350, 420, 700 G
  - Ostonnaise - Sell prices: 320 G

  * Most Profit:
    - Seasoned Egg – Chicken/decent/good/perfect
    - Mayonnaise – Chicken/shining
    - Duckonnaise – Duck/decent (ship rest unprocessed)
    - Ostonnaise – Ostrich/decent (ship rest unprocessed)


  Note:

    It is way more profitable to have chickens than ducks.
    Chickens lay eggs every day/ducks every other day/ostriches
    every 4 days.

    Ducks are good if you are just sick of picking up so many eggs
    and they are also very cute. Otherwise, you should not ever
    need more than just one duck.


Milk:

  - Cow Milk - Sell prices: 100, 130, 160, 260 G
  - Cow Butter - Sell prices: 120, 150, 240, 300 G
  - Cow Cheese - Sell prices: 140, 170, 240, 340 G

  - Goat Milk - Sell prices: 90, 110, 130, 220 G
  - Goat Butter - Sell prices: 100, 130, 180, 260 G
  - Goat Cheese - Sell prices: 170, 210, 290, 420 G

  - Yogurt: Milk, Aging Pot
    - Sell 230 G/Buy 345 G/150 stamina/Animal Festival

  - Milk Tea: Herb (any color) + Milk
    - Sell 270 G/Buy 405 G/100 stamina/Sundae Inn

  - Pudding: Milk + Egg
    - Sell 200 G/can't buy/260 stamina

  * Most Profit:
    - Yogurt - Cow Milk/decent/good
    - Cow Cheese - Cow Milk/perfect/shining
    - Yogurt - Goat Milk/decent/good
    - Goat Cheese - Goat Milk/perfect/shining
    - Never ship any grade of fresh cow or goat milk (lose profits)

  Note: It is more profitable to have goats than cows simply because
    the goat only takes 14 days to mature and start giving milk and
    cow takes 28 days to mature and start giving milk. They both give
    milk every day but again the goat is more profitable because goat
    cheese sells for more than cow cheese. Cows are good for variety
    and come in more colors but you should only really need one cow.


Cocoons:

  - Cocoon - Sell prices: 400, 500, 600, 1,000 G

  - Decent Silk Yarn - 420 G  (these are really processed into thread)
  - Good Silk Yarn - 700 G
  - Perfect Silk Yarn - 980 G
  - Shining Silk Yarn - 1,400 G
  - Yellow Silk Yarn - 1,120 G
  - Green Silk Yarn - 1,190 G
  - Purple Silk Yarn - 1,260 G
  - Red Silk Yarn - 1,400 G
  - Blue Silk Yarn - 2,100 G

  * Most Profit:
    - Blue Silk Yarn – All grades/cocoon, Blue Herb, Dye Pot
    - Process and dye all grades with a blue herb


Wool:

  - Wool - Sell prices: 210, 260, 310, 520 G

  - Decent Wool Yarn - 250 G
  - Good Wool Yarn - 310 G
  - Perfect Wool Yarn - 430 G
  - Shining Wool Yarn - 620 G

  - Yellow Wool Yarn - 500 G
  - Green Wool Yarn - 530 G
  - Purple Wool Yarn - 560 G
  - Red Wool Yarn - 620 G
  - Blue Wool Yarn - 930 G

  * Most Profit:
    - Blue Wool Yarn – All grades/wool, Blue Herb, Dye Pot
    - Process and dye all grades with a blue herb



Crops Profit Comparison:
------------------------


   Potato
   Turnip
   Flax
   Eggplant
   Yam
   Breadfruit
   Cabbage
   Strawberry
   Watermelon
   Onion
   Corn
   Tomato
   Honeydew
   Cocoa
   Pumpkin
   Spinach
   Rice
   Spicy Pepper
   Carrot
   Bell Pepper
   Buckwheat


- Note that except for a few shining vegetables that
  Stir-fry will be your most profitable option. I
  have included the next profitable option in the
  lists so that you can have some variety as well.



Potato:

  - Potato - Sell prices: 60, 70, 80, 140 G

  - Potato Stew: Potato, Pot
    - Sell 130 G/can't buy/100 stamina

  - French Fries: Potato, Cutting Board Set
    - Sell 140 G/can't buy/120 stamina

  - Stir-Fry: Any vegetable, Frying Pan
    - Sell 230 G/can't buy/150 stamina

  * Most Profit:
    - Stir-fry all grades of potatoes for the most profit
    - Which also means that you don’t need fertilizer for
      the potatoes


Turnip:

  - Turnip - Sell prices: 50, 60, 70, 120 G

  - Pickled Turnip: Turnip, Aging Pot
    - Sell 200 G/can't buy/100 stamina

  - Stir-Fry: Any vegetable, Frying Pan
    - Sell 230 G/can't buy/150 stamina

  * Most Profit:
    - Stir-fry all grades of turnips for the most profit
    - Which also means that you don’t need fertilizer
      for the turnips


Flax:

  - Straight from farm plot:
    - Flax - Sell prices: 50, 60, 70, 120 G 

  - From farm plot & process/uncolored:
    - Decent Flax Yarn - 220 G 
    - Good Flax Yarn - 360 G
    - Perfect Flax Yarn - 500 G
    - Shining Flax Yarn - 720 G

  - Flax Yarn (Flax Yarn + specified color of herb or flower):
    - Yellow Flax Yarn - Sell 580 G
    - Green Flax Yarn - Sell 610 G
    - Purple Flax Yarn - Sell 650 G
    - Red Flax Yarn - Sell 720 G
    - Blue Flax Yarn - Sell 1,080 G

  * Most Profit:
    - Never ship any unprocessed flax/any grade (lose tons of profit)
    - Color all flax (except Shining) with any herb (but blue is best)
    - Color Shining Flax with a blue herb (sells for hundreds more)
    - If you don’t have any herbs then always process flax and save it
      until you do have herbs (blue is always best but any herb = profit)
    - You can also use flowers for coloring/dyeing but less profit
    - You need a barn and the Yarn Maker/Dye Pot to process flax
    - You can get the most profit with any flax and a blue herb so you
      don't need fertilizer
    - To get a lot of Blue Herbs then buy Blue Herb/Seeds from the Flower
      Festival/Spring 10 or from Taylor's Seeds when Taylor moves on the
      island. Blue Herb grows in Summer. You can also randomly gather
      Blue Herb but you will need more than you can gather to make a lot
      of profit.


Eggplant:

  - Eggplant - Sell prices: 100, 120, 140, 240 G 

  - Grilled Eggplant: Eggplant, Firewood Stack/Bonfire
    - Sell 140 G/can't buy/80 stamina

  - Pickled Eggplant: Eggplant, Aging Pot
    - Sell 220 G/can't buy/100 stamina

  - Stir-Fry: Any vegetable, Frying Pan
    - Sell 230 G/can't buy/150 stamina


  * Most Profit:
    - Eggplant - Stir-fry 
      (Eggplant/decent/good/perfect, Frying Pan) (230 G)
    - Eggplant - Eggplant 
      (Eggplant/shining - ship unprocessed) (240 G)



Yam:

  - Yam - Sell prices: 50, 90, 120, 170 G

  - Yam Stew: Yam, Pot
     - Sell 120 G/can't buy/100 stamina

  - Grilled Yam: Yam, Firewood Stack/Bonfire 
    - Sell 110 G/Buy 165 G/150 stamina/Spring & Summer Flea Markets

  - Stir-Fry: Any vegetable, Frying Pan
    - Sell 230 G/can't buy/150 stamina

  * Most Profit:
    - Yam - Stir-fry (Yam/all grades, Frying Pan) (230 G)



Breadfruit:

  - Breadfruit - Sell prices: 70, 90, 110, 180 G

  - Pie Crust: Breadfruit + Butter
    - Sell 130 G/can't buy/10 stamina

  * Most Profit:
    - Breadfruit - Breadfruit (All grades ship unprocessed)
      (70/90/110/180 G)
    - Not very profitable because of value of butter and other items
    - Best to just ship it raw or use it in recipes like cakes
    - Use fertilizer to get best grade for higher value


Cabbage:

  - Cabbage - Sell prices: 80, 130, 180, 260 G

  - Vegetable Juice: Cabbage + Spinach + Bell Pepper + Green Herb
    - Sell 280 G/Buy 420 G/300 stamina/Meringue Clinic

  - Pickled Cabbage: Cabbage, Aging Pot
    - Sell 210 G/can't buy/110 stamina

  - Stir-Fry: Any vegetable, Frying Pan
    - Sell 230 G/can't buy/150 stamina

  * Most Profit:
    - Cabbage - Stir-fry (Cabbage/decent/good/perfect, Frying Pan)
      (230 G)
    - Cabbage - Cabbage (Cabbage/shining - ship unprocessed) (260 G)
    - Keep some cabbage to make Vegetable Juice for fatigue/stamina


Strawberry:

  - Strawberry - Sell prices: 130, 210, 290, 420 G

  - Strawberry Jam: 2 Strawberries
    - Sell 550 G/can't buy/250 stamina

  * Most Profit:
    - Strawberry - Strawberry Jam (Strawberry/decent/good X2, Aging Pot)
      (550 G)
    - Strawberry - Strawberry (Strawberry/perfect/shining - ship unprocessed)
      (290/420 G)


Watermelon:

  - Watermelon - Sell prices: 110, 180, 250, 360 G

  - No recipes using watermelon or processing of watermelon

  * Most Profit:
    - Watermelon - Watermelon (Watermelon/decent/good/perfect/shining
      - ship unprocessed) (110/180/250/360 G)

Onion:

  - Onion - Sell prices: 60, 70, 80, 140 G

  - Marinated Fish: Fish (any kind) + Onion + herb (any color)
    - Sell 850 G/can't buy/300 stamina
    - More profitable if use cheap fish, cheap herb, & decent onion

  - Stir-Fry: Any vegetable, Frying Pan
    - Sell 230 G/can't buy/150 stamina

  * Most Profit:
    - Onion - Stir-fry (Onion/all grades, Frying Pan) (230 G)
    - Keep decent onions for a variety of other dishes as well but
      Stir-fry will be most profitable

Corn:

  - Corn - Sell prices: 100, 120, 140, 240 G

  - Roasted Corn, Firewood Stack/Bonfire
    - Sell 160 G/240 G/140 stamina/Ocean Festival

  - Boiled Corn: Corn, Pot
    - Sell 170 G/can't buy/100 stamina

  - Stir-Fry: Any vegetable, Frying Pan
    - Sell 230 G/can't buy/150 stamina

  * Most Profit:
    - Corn - Stir-fry (Corn/decent/good/perfect, Frying Pan) (230 G)
    - Corn - Corn (Corn/shining - ship unprocessed) (240 G)


Tomato:

  - Tomato - Sell prices: 90, 110, 130, 220 G

  - Tomato Juice: Tomato
    - Sell 160 G/Buy 240 G/100 stamina/Sundae Inn

  - Stir-Fry: Any vegetable, Frying Pan
    - Sell 230 G/can't buy/150 stamina

  * Most Profit:
    - Tomato - Stir-fry (Tomato/all grades, Frying Pan) (230 G)
    - Many individuals like or love Tomato Juice as gifts
    - Keep some for making Tomato Juice 
      - Drink 2 to wake up character if asleep and for stamina


Honeydew:

  - Honeydew - Sell prices: 200, 330, 460, 660 G

  - Honeydew Juice: Honeydew, Mixer
    - Sell 270 G/can't buy/210 stamina

  - Honeydew Milk: Honeydew + Milk, Mixer
    - Sell 470 G/Buy 705 G/280 stamina/Ocean Festival

  * Most Profit:
    - Honeydew - Honeydew Juice (Honeydew/decent, Mixer) (270 G)
    - Honeydew - Honeydew (Honeydew/good/perfect/shining) (330/460/660 G)
    - You also need a Perfect Honeydew for a rainbow recipe


Cocoa:

  - Cocoa - Sell prices: 120, 150, 180, 300 G

  - Chocolate Bar: Cocoa + Milk, Cutting Board Set
    - Sell 300 G/can't buy/300 stamina

  - Hot Cocoa: Cocoa + Milk, Pot
    - Sell 380 G/Buy 570 G/150 stamina/Sundae Inn


  * Most Profit:
    - Not very profitable because of the cost of the milk
    - Cocoa - Cocoa (Cocoa/decent/good/perfect/shining - ship unprocessed)
      (120/150/180/300 G)
    - Keep some decent cocoa to make a variety of recipes


Pumpkin:

  - Pumpkin - Sell prices: 130, 160, 190, 320 G

  - Pumpkin Stew: Pumpkin, Pot
    - Sell 220 G/can't buy/100 stamina

  - Stir-Fry: Any vegetable, Frying Pan
    - Sell 230 G/can't buy/150 stamina

  * Most Profit:
    - Pumpkin - Stir-fry (Pumpkin/decent/good/perfect, Frying Pan) (230 G)
    - Pumpkin - Pumpkin (Pumpkin/shining - ship unprocessed) (320 G)


Spinach:

  - Spinach - Sell prices: 60, 80, 100, 160 G

  - Boiled Spinach: Spinach
    - Sell 140 G/can't buy/120 stamina

  - Vegetable Juice: Cabbage + Spinach + Bell Pepper + Green Herb, Mixer
    - Sell 280 G/Buy 420 G/300 stamina/Meringue Clinic

  - Stir-Fry: Any vegetable, Frying Pan
    - Sell 230 G/can't buy/150 stamina

  * Most Profit:
    - Spinach - Stir-fry (Spinach/all grades, Frying Pan) (230 G)
    - Boiled Spinach is Luke's favorite
    - Keep some decent spinach to make Vegetable Juice for fatigue/stamina


Rice:

  - Rice - Sell prices: 50, 90, 130, 180 G

  - Mushroom Rice: Rice + Mushroom, Cutting Board Set
    - Sell 210 G/can't buy/150 stamina

  - Bamboo Rice: Rice + Bamboo Shoot, Cutting Board Set
    - Sell 520 G/can't buy/250 stamina

  - Egg Rice: Rice + Egg, Cutting Board Set
    - Sell 300 G/can't buy/150 stamina

  - Rice Cocktail: 2 Rice, Aging Pot
    - Sell 230 G/Buy 345 G/200 stamina/Sundae Inn Bar

  * Most Profit:
    - Rice - Rice Cocktail (Rice/all grades, Aging Pot) (230 G)
    - Mushroom/30, Bamboo/210, Chestnut/80, Egg/80
      - Mushroom wins for more profit but I left the others
        up so you could compare them
      - However, Rice Cocktail ties for exact same profit as
        Mushroom Rice so you could use either one


Spicy Pepper:

  - Spicy Pepper - Sell prices: 60, 70, 80, 140 G

  - Stay Awake: Pontata Root + Milk + Spicy Pepper
    - Sell 250 G/Buy 375 G/10 stamina/Meringue Clinic

  - Super Stay Awake: Pontata Root + Milk + Spicy Pepper + Red Herb
    - Sell 350 G/Buy 525 G/200 stamina/Meringue Clinic

  * Most Profit:
    - Not very profitable because of cost/future value of other items
    - Spicy Pepper - Super Stay Awake (Spicy Pepper/decent, Pontata Root,
      Milk, Red Herb) (350 G)
    - Spicy Pepper - Spicy Pepper (Spicy Pepper/good/perfect/shining)
      (70/80/140 G)
    - Keep some decent spicy pepper for making Stay Awake and Super
      Stay Awake


Carrot:

  - Carrot - Sell prices: 80, 100, 120, 200 G

  - Carrot Juice: Carrot, Mixer
    - Sell 140 G/can't buy/100 stamina

  - Stir-Fry: Any vegetable, Frying Pan
    - Sell 230 G/can't buy/150 stamina

  * Most Profit:
    - Carrot - Stir-fry (Carrot/all grades, Frying Pan) (230 G)
    - Keep some for various dishes including Carrot Cake for rainbow
      recipe


Bell Pepper:

  - Bell Pepper - Sell prices: 60, 70, 80, 140 G

  - Vegetable Juice: Cabbage + Spinach + Bell Pepper + Green Herb
    - Sell 280 G/Buy 420 G/300 stamina/Meringue Clinic

  - Stir-Fry: Any vegetable, Frying Pan
    - Sell 230 G/can't buy/150 stamina

  * Most Profit:
    - Bell Pepper - Stir-fry (Bell Pepper/all grades, Frying Pan)
      (230 G)
    - Keep some decent bell pepper to make various recipes


Buckwheat:

  - Buckwheat - Sell prices: 50, 80, 110, 160 G

  - Buckwheat Noodles: Buckwheat, Pot
    - Sell 300 G/can't buy/400 stamina

  - Buckwheat Noodles With Egg: Buckwheat + Egg, Pot
    - Sell 460 G/can't buy/450 stamina

  * Most Profit:
    - Buckwheat - Buckwheat Noodles with Egg (Buckwheat/all grades, Pot)
      (460 G)
    - Grow tons of buckwheat to make a lot of profit and to use for stamina!



Flowers Profit Comparison:
--------------------------

   Perfume - all colors/types
   Honey   - all colors/types


  - Decent Perfume - 100 G - any 2 flowers – expensive or not
  - Purple Perfume - 170 G -2 Lavender Flowers
  - Yellow Perfume - 160 G – 2 yellow flowers
  - Green Perfume - 290 G – 2 Green Bell Flowers
  - Red Perfume - 210 G – 2 Rose Flowers
  - Blue Perfume - 1,210 G – 2 Blue Mist Flowers
  - Shining Perfume - 1,030 G – 5 any flowers but value over 500 G

  - Decent Honey - 90 G – any flower & bee/random
  - Yellow Honey - 250 G – any yellow flower & bee/random
  - Green Honey - 280 G – Green Bell Flower & bee/random
  - Purple Honey - 300 G – any purple flower & bee/random
  - Red Honey - 330 G – any red flower & bee/random
  - Very Blue Honey - 500 G – any blue flower & bee/random
  - Royal Jelly - 450 G (500 stamina!) – any flower & bee/random & rare

  * Most Profit:
    - Blue Perfume – 2 Blue Mist Flowers, Mixer
    - Just make all the rest once and then not needed
    - You can use flowers for dyeing but herbs are cheaper and easier
      to get (blue herbs in wild randomly/grow blue herbs in Summer)
    - Dyeing with Blue Herbs always make the most profit no matter
      what the material being dyed with the blue herb
    - It is better to just buy Decent Honey (Brownie Ranch) for the
      mama bear (2 per day for about 7-10 days) then it is to get
      colored honey - the bear likes Decent Honey just as much
    - Royal Jelly is too rare/random to make a stable profit



Fish Profit Comparison:
-----------------------


   Sardine
   Sea Bream
   Big-Scaled Redfin
   All Fish - fresh vs. grilled



  - Sardine:
    - Sardine - fresh 50 G
    - Grilled Sardine: Sardine - Sell 80 G/Buy 120 G/80 stamina
    - Sardine in Oil: Sardine - Sell 150 G/can't buy/90 stamina

  - Sea Bream:
    - Fish Soup: Sea Bream, Pot
      - Sell 460 G/Buy 690 G/180 stamina/Ocean Festival
      - Fresh sells for 300 G – so this gives 160 G profit

  - Sashimi: 2 or more fish, Cutting Board Set 
    (more fish added/rarer fish = better grade)
    - Decent: Sell 270 G/can't buy/80 stamina
    - Good: Sell 530 G/Buy 795 G/100 stamina/Ocean Festival
    - Perfect: Sell 1,060 G/can't buy/120 stamina
    - Shining: Sell 2,120 G/can't buy/140 stamina
    - Profitable if use cheap fish (adding more cheap fish)

  - Herb Fish: 1 herb (any color) + 1 or more fish, Oven
    - Decent: Sell 260 G/can't buy/280 stamina
    - Good: Sell 320 G/can't buy/280 stamina
    - Perfect: Sell 630 G/can't buy/280 stamina
    - Shining: Sell 1,320 G/can't buy/280 stamina
    - Profitable if use cheap fish & cheap herb (adding more cheap fish)

  - Marinated Fish: Fish (any kind) + Onion + herb (any color), Cutting
      Board Set
    - Sell 850 G/can't buy/300 stamina
    - More profitable if use cheap fish, cheap herb, & decent onion


  - Fresh vs. Grilled:

    -------- Name ------------ Fresh ------- Grilled ----

    - Swordfish ____________   750 G _______   780 G
    - Char _________________   120 G _______   150 G
    - Rainbow Trout ________    70 G _______   100 G 
    - Big-Scaled Redfin ____    30 G _______    50 G
    - Carp _________________   120 G _______   150 G
    - Eel __________________   600 G _______   630 G
    - Masu Trout ___________   110 G _______   140 G
    - Huchen _______________ 1,000 G _______   990 G
    - Salmon _______________   240 G _______   270 G
    - Pond Smelt ___________    20 G _______    50 G
    - Catfish ______________    80 G _______   110 G
    - Puffer Fish __________    50 G _______    80 G
    - Sardine ______________    50 G _______    80 G
    - Goby _________________    40 G _______    70 G
    - Mahi-Mahi ____________   310 G _______   340 G
    - Horse Mackerel _______    70 G _______   100 G
    - Mackerel _____________    60 G _______    90 G
    - Sea Bream ____________   300 G _______   330 G
    - Bonito _______________   280 G _______   330 G
    - Saury ________________    70 G _______   120 G
    - Rockfish _____________   230 G _______   260 G
    - Manta Ray ____________   350 G _______   380 G
    - Rock Trout ___________   180 G _______   210 G
    - Rock Lobster _________   240 G _______   270 G
    - Lobster ______________   600 G _______   630 G
    - Cod __________________    80 G _______   110 G
    - Angler Fish __________   770 G _______   800 G
    - Yellow Tail __________   300 G _______   330 G
    - Tuna _________________   600 G _______   630 G
    - Halibut ______________   190 G _______   220 G
    - Conger Eel ___________   210 G _______   240 G
    - Flounder _____________   120 G _______   150 G
    - Squid ________________   110 G _______   140 G
    - Octopus ______________   140 G _______   170 G
    - Freshwater Prawn _____   150 G _______   180 G
    - Crawfish _____________    20 G _______    50 G
    - Shark ________________   700 G _______   630 G
    - Skull Jellyfish ______   950 G _______   980 G
    - Wood Fish ____________   900 G _______   930 G
    - Seasky _______________ 1,000 G _______ 1,030 G
    - King Fish ____________ 1,600 G _______ 1,630 G


  * Most Profit:
    - Sashimi – if cheap/quickly caught fish are used
      - Big-Scaled Redfin – 2 fish, Cutting Board Set (common fish/Maple Lake)
      - Fresh (2 x 30 G = 60 G)/Decent Sashimi (270 G) = profit 210 G
      - Adding more Big-Scaled Redfin makes Good Sashimi for more profit

    - Expensive fish are usually best grilled and shipped unless it is Huchen
      or Shark

    - To get most profit you need a common fish that cooks into a high value
      dish since those are usually the quickest caught (high volume)
    - Even a high value fish that gives lots of profit may not be worth the
      time to try to catch it (time is money lost on other profitable items
      that add up)
    - Huchen and Shark go down in profit if grilled (so just grill one each)
    - Most fish go up by about 30 G each when grilled
    - Bonito & Saury go up by 50 G each when grilled
    - Do not use expensive fish for sashimi/Herb Fish/Marinated Fish or you
      will lose profit
    - Cheap fish are great for Sashimi, Herb Fish, and Marinated Fish
    - Grilling is not as profitable as Sashimi and Herb Fish (if cheap fish
      used)
    - Most sashimi (even if only 2 fish used) sells for more than (2) fish
      shipped fresh except for expensive fish
    - Expensive/High Value fish are only profitable if caught in a relatively
      short time - otherwise you could have made more profit catching lots of
      other fish in just as much time

  - Fish to keep:
    - List of fish to keep (unless recipe already found/bought/received)
    - Clams and Sea Urchins are listed in the Forage Profit Comparison
      section
    - For all recipe references see the Cooking section for all complete
      recipes
    - 1 large fridge should hold all the fish you need to keep/you can put
      it in storage
    - If you don’t want to count fish then just collect at least 3 of each
      of the 41 fish
      and make sure you have at least 6 Squid included then store them until
      needed

    - At least one of each fish for grilling (see fresh/grilled list above)
    - 1 Rock Lobster & 1 Conger Eel for Chirashi Sushi Rice recipe
    - 1 any fish for Sushi recipe
    - 2 any fish for Sashimi recipe
    - 1 any fish for Marinated Fish recipe
    - 1 any fish for Fish Meuniere
    - 1 any fish for Herb Fish
    - 1 Shark to make Shark Fin Soup
    - 1 Shark to make Shark Fin Stew
    - 1 Rock Lobster for Toby 5th Heart Request
    - 1 Sea Bream for Fish Soup (Sea Bream, Pot)
    - 1 Sea Bream to make Steamed Turnip
    - 1 Saury for rainbow recipe
    - 1 Saury to make Saury Tomato Stew
    - 1 Tuna for rainbow recipe
    - 1 Tuna to make Tuna Bowl/Rice
    - 1 Wood Fish for rainbow recipe
    - 1 Carp for rainbow recipe
    - 1 Char for rainbow recipe (or get from Toby/2 hearts)
    - 1 Eel to make Eel Bowl/Rice (or get from Toby/5 hearts)
    - 1 Conger Eel to make Conger Eel Bowl/Rice
    - 2 Salmon or 4 good value fish for Good Herb Fish for rainbow recipe
    - 1 Salmon to make Salmon Cream Stew
    - 1 Salmon to make Salmon Fried Rice
    - 1 Sardine to make Sardine Tomato Stew
    - 1 Sardine to make Sardine in Oil
    - 1 Squid to make Squid Tomato Stew
    - 1 any crustacean plus 1 Squid to make Seafood Risotto
    - 1 any crustacean plus 1 Squid to make Seafood Stew
    - 1 any crustacean plus 1 Squid to make Seafood Fried Rice
    - 1 any crustacean plus 1 Squid to make Seafood Pizza
    - 1 any crustacean plus 1 Squid to make Seafood Gratin
    - 1 any crustacean plus 1 any fish to make Bouillabaise
    - 1 any crustacean to make Seafood Doria
    - 1 any crustacean to make Southern Omelet
    - 1 any crustacean to make Southern Fried Rice
    - 1 Freshwater Prawn to make Spicy Seafood Soup
    - 1 Freshwater Prawn to make Steamed Egg



Forage Profit Comparison:
-------------------------


   Clam
   Chestnut
   Sea Urchin
   Bamboo Shoot
   Shining Bamboo Shoot
   Mushroom
   Toadstool
   Pontata Root
   Blueberry
   Very Berry
   Cherry
   Orange
   Apple
   Grape
   Banana
   Pineapple
   Coconut
   Common Seashell
   Fancy Seashell
   Coral
   Pearl
   Black Pearl



Clam:

  - Clam – sell 90 G

  - Grilled Clam: Clam
    - Sell 130 G/Buy 195/120 stamina/Ocean Festival

  - Clam Soup: Clam, Pot
    - Sell 320 G/can't buy/150 stamina

  * Most Profit:
    - Clam - Clam Soup (Clam, Pot) (320 G)
    - Keep at least 6 clams to make recipes


Sea Urchin:

  - Sea Urchin – sell 700 G

  - Grilled Sea Urchin: Sea Urchin
    - Sell 550 G/can't buy/150 stamina

  * Most Profit:
    - Sea Urchin - Sea Urchin (Sea Urchin - ship unprocessed) (700 G)
    - Only grill one sea urchin & only if you need it for the
      cooking list/bookshelf 
    - Grilling sea urchin loses you profit & it is the only recipe for it


Chestnut:

  - Chestnut – sell 80 G
  - Shining Chestnut - 150 G

  - Roasted Chestnut: Chestnut
    - Sell 100 G/can't buy/120 stamina

  - Chestnut Rice: Rice + Chestnut, Cutting Board Set
    - Sell 200 G/can't buy/200 stamina
  

  * Most Profit:
    - Chestnut - Chestnut Rice (Chestnut, Rice, Cutting Board Set) (200 G)
    - Chestnut - Chestnut (Chestnut/shining - ship unprocessed) (150 G)
    - Keep at least 4 chestnuts for recipes
    - Do not use the Shining Chestnut in recipes or you will lose profit


Laver Seaweed:

  - Laver Seaweed – sell 40 G

  - Seaweed Miso Soup: Laver Seaweed, Pot
    - Sell 170 G/can't buy/100 stamina

  * Most Profit:
    - Laver Seaweed - Seaweed Miso Soup (Laver Seaweed, Pot) (170 G)
    - Keep at least 2 laver seaweed for recipes


Bamboo Shoot:

  - Bamboo Shoot – 210
  - Shining Bamboo Shoot - 560 G

  - Bamboo Rice: Rice + Bamboo Shoot, Cutting Board Set
    - Sell 520 G/can't buy/250 stamina

  - Bamboo Stew: Bamboo Shoot, Pot
    - Sell 370 G/can't buy/100 stamina

  - Bamboo en Papilotte: Bamboo Shoot, Oven
    - Sell 370 G/can't buy/200 stamina


  * Most Profit:
    - Bamboo Shoot - Bamboo Rice (Bamboo Shoot, Cutting Board Set) (520 G)
    - Bamboo Shoot - Bamboo Shoot (Bamboo Shoot/shining - ship unprocessed)
      (560 G)
    - Keep at least 3 bamboo shoots for recipes
    - Do not use the Shining Bamboo in recipes or you will lose profit


Mushroom:

  - Mushroom - 30 G

  - Mushroom Rice: Rice + Mushroom, Cutting Board Set
    - Sell 210 G/can't buy/150 stamina

  - Cold Medicine: Pontata Root + Royal Jelly + Mushroom, Mixer
    - Sell 300 G/Buy 450 G/10 stamina/Meringue Clinic

  - Marinated Mushroom: Mushroom + herb (any color), Cutting Board Set
    - Sell 320 G/Buy 480 G/100 stamina/Sundae Inn

  * Most Profit:
    - Mushroom - Marinated Mushroom (Mushroom, Green Herb, Cutting Board Set)
      (320 G)
    - These are the brown mushrooms/no dots
    - Keep at least 7 mushrooms for recipes
    - Keep exta mushrooms to make Cold Medicine
    - Many of these can be gathered on the 19th floor of Ganache Mines


Toadstool:

  - Toadstool - 40 G

  - No recipes for Toadstools

  * Most Profit:
    - Toadstool - Toadstool (Toadstool - ship unprocessed) (40 G)
    - These are the red mushrooms with dots
    - Keep one toadstool for a rainbow recipe
    - Many of these can be gathered on the 19th floor of Ganache Mines


Pontata Root:

  - Pontata Root - 150 G

  - Bodigizer (stamina): Red Herb + Pontata Root + honey (any color), Mixer
    - Sell 200 G/Buy 300 G/300 stamina/Meringue Clinic

  - Bodigizer XL: Purple Herb + Pontata Root + honey (any color) + Egg, Mixer
    - Sell 350 G/Buy 520 G/800 stamina/Meringue Clinic

  - Cold Medicine: Pontata Root + Royal Jelly + Mushroom, Mixer
    - Sell 300 G/Buy 450 G/10 stamina/Meringue Clinic

  - Stay Awake: Pontata Root + Milk + Spicy Pepper, Mixer
    - Sell 250 G/Buy 375 G/10 stamina/Meringue Clinic

  - Super Stay Awake: Pontata Root + Milk + Spicy Pepper + Red Herb, Mixer
    - Sell 350 G/Buy 525 G/200 stamina/Meringue Clinic


  * Most Profit:
    - Not very profitable because of cost of other items but use for meds
    - Pontata Root - Stay Awake (Pontata Root, Milk, Spicy Pepper, Mixer)
      (250 G)
    - Pontata Root - Pontata Root (Pontata Root - ship unprocessed) (150 G)
    - Keep a lot of pontata root for medicine recipes
    - Pontata Root is Jin's favorite


Blueberry:

  - Blueberry - 50 G

  - Blueberry Juice: Blueberry, Mixer
    - Sell 70 G/can't buy/80 stamina

  - Blueberry Cocktail: 2 Blueberries, Aging Pot
    - Sell 120 G/Buy 180 G/160 stamina/Sundae Inn Bar

  - Blueberry Jam: 2 Blueberries, Pot
    - Sell 160 G/can't buy/180 stamina

  * Most Profit:
    - Blueberry - Blueberry Jam (Blueberry X 2, Pot) (160 G)
    - Keep at least 6 blueberries for recipes


Very Berry:

  - Very Berry - 50 G

  - Berry Juice: Very Berry, Mixer
    - Sell 70 G/Buy 105 G/80 stamina/Sundae Inn

  - Berry Jam: 2 Very Berries, Pot
    - Sell 140 G/Buy 210 G/150 stamina/Animal Festival


  * Most Profit:
    - Very Berry - Berry Juice (Very Berry, Mixer) (70 G)
    - Very Berry - Berry Jam (Very Berry X 2, Pot) (140 G)
    - Keep at least 4 very berries for recipes
    - Both Berry Juice and Berry Jam give the exact same
      profits


Cherry:

  - Cherry - 210 G
  - Shining Cherry - 420 G

  - There are no recipes for cherries

  * Most Profit:
    - Cherry - Cherry (Cherry - ship unprocessed) (210 G)
    - Cherry - Cherry (Cherry/shining - ship unprocessed) (420 G)
    - Do not use Shining Cherry in recipe or lose profit


Orange:

  - Orange - 130 G
  - Shining Orange - 260 G

  - Orange Juice: Orange, Mixer
    - Sell 150 G/Buy 225 G/100 stamina/Ocean Festival

  - Marmalade Jam: 2 Oranges, Pot
    - Sell 330 G/Buy 495 G/210 stamina/Animal Festival

  * Most Profit:
    - Orange - Marmalade Jam (Orange X 2, Pot) (330 G)
    - Orange - Orange (Orange/shining - ship unprocessed) (260 G)
    - Keep at least 6 oranges for recipes
    - Do not use Shining Orange in recipe or lose profit


Apple:

  - Apple - 150 G
  - Shining Apple - 300 G

  - Apple Juice: Apple, Mixer
    - Sell 170 G/can't buy/180 stamina

  - Apple Cocktail: 2 Apples, Aging Pot
    - Sell 230 G/Buy 345 G/210 stamina/Sundae Inn Bar

  - Apple Jam: 2 Apples, Pot
    - Sell 420 G/Buy 630 G/200 stamina/Animal Festival

  * Most Profit:
    - Apple - Apple Jam (Apple X 2, Pot) (420 G)
    - Apple - Apple (Apple/shining - ship unprocessed) (300 G)
    - Keep at least 6 apples for recipes
    - Only make one Apple Cocktail - this recipe loses profit
    - Do not use Shining Apple in recipe or lose profit


Grape:

  - Grape - 140 G
  - Shining Grape - 280 G

  - Grape Juice: Grape, Mixer
    - Sell 160 G/can't buy/150 stamina

  - Grape Cocktail: 2 Grapes, Aging Pot
    - Sell 200 G/Buy 300 G/200 stamina/Sundae Inn Bar

  * Most Profit:
    - Grape - Grape Juice (Grape, Mixer) (160 G)
    - Grape - Grape (Grape/shining - ship unprocessed) (280 G)
    - Keep at least 5 grapes for recipes
    - Only make Grape Cocktail once - recipe loses profit
    - Do not use Shining Grape in recipe or lose profit 


Banana:

  - Banana - 100 G

  - Banana Milk: Banana + Milk, Mixer
    - Sell 400 G/Buy 600 G/260 stamina/Ocean Festival

  - Banana Pudding: Milk + Egg + Banana, Oven
    - Sell 560 G/Buy 840 G/320 stamina/Ocean Festival & Sundae Inn

  * Most Profit:
    - Banana - Banana Pudding (Banana, Milk, Egg, Oven) (560 G)
    - Keep at least 3 bananas for recipes
    - Keep one banana for a rainbow recipe


Pineapple:

  - Pineapple - 120 G

  - Pineapple Juice: Pineapple, Mixer
    - Sell 270 G/Buy 405 G/160 stamina/Sundae Inn, Pineapple Inn
      & Ocean Festival

  * Most Profit:
    - Pineapple - Pineapple Juice (Pineapple, Mixer) (270 G)
    - Keep at least 3 pineapples for recipes


Coconut:

  - Coconut - 170 G

  - Coconut Juice: Coconut, Mixer
    - Sell 250 G/Buy 375 G/100 stamina/Pineapple Inn & Ocean Festival

  - Coconut Cocktail: 2 Coconuts, Aging Pot
    - Sell 330 G/Buy 495 G/180 stamina/Sundae Inn Bar

  * Most Profit:
    - Coconut - Coconut Juice (Coconut, Mixer) (250 G)
    - Only make Coconut Cocktail once - recipe loses profit
    - Keep at least 3 coconuts for recipes


Seashells/Coral:

  - Common Seashell - 70 G
  - Fancy Seashell - 140 G
  - Coral - 50 G

  - No recipes for these items

  * Most Profit:
    - Common Seashell - Common Seashell (Common Seashell - ship as is) (70 G)
    - Fancy Seashell - Fancy Seashell (Fancy Seashell - ship as is) (140 G)
    - Coral - Coral (Coral - ship as is) (50 G)
    - Use for gifts or shipping money

Pearls:

  - Pearl - 300 G
  - Black Pearl - 800 G

  - No recipes for these items

  * Most Profit:
    - Pearl - Pearl (Pearl - ship as is) (300 G)
    - Black Pearl - Black Pearl (Black Pearl - ship as is) (800 G)
    - Use for gifts and take to Mira to make jewelry
    - Keep at least 3 of each pearl for jewelry




Summary List (Most Profitable):
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- Chicken Egg – Seasoned Egg (Chicken Egg/decent/good/perfect, Aging Pot)
   (190 G)
- Chicken Egg – Mayonnaise (Chicken Egg/shining, Mayonnaise Maker)
   (260 G)
- Duck Egg – Duckonnaise (Duck Egg/decent, Mayonnaise Maker)
   (190 G)
- Duck Egg – (Duck Egg/good/perfect/shining – ship unprocessed)
   (190/230/380 G)
- Ostrich Egg – Ostonnaise (Ostrich Egg/decent, Mayonnaise Maker)
   (320 G)
- Ostrich Egg – (Ostrich Egg/good/perfect/shining – ship unprocessed)
   (350/420/700 G)
- Cow Milk – Yogurt (Cow Milk/decent/good, Cheese Maker)
   (230 G)
- Cow Milk – Cow Cheese (Cow Milk/perfect/shining, Cheese Maker)
   (240/340 G)
- Goat Milk – Yogurt (Goat Milk/decent/good, Cheese Maker)
   (230 G)
- Goat Milk – Goat Cheese (Goat Milk/perfect/shining, Cheese Maker)
   (290/420 G)
- Cocoon – Blue Silk Yarn (All grades/Silk Yarn, Blue Herb, Dye Pot)
   (2,100 G)
- Wool – Blue Wool Yarn (All grades/Wool Yarn, Blue Herb, Dye Pot)
   (930 G)
- Potato – Stir-fry (All grades/Potato, Frying Pan)
   (230 G)
- Turnip – Stir-fry (All grades/Turnip, Frying Pan)
   (230 G)
- Flax – Blue Flax Yarn (All grades/Flax, Blue Herb, Dye Pot)
   (1,080 G)
- Eggplant – Stir-fry (Eggplant/decent/good/perfect, Frying Pan)
   (230 G)
- Eggplant - Eggplant (Eggplant/shining - ship unprocessed)
   (240 G)
- Yam – Stir-fry (Yam/all grades, Frying Pan)
   (120 G)
- Breadfruit - Breadfruit (All grades ship unprocessed)
   (70/90/110/180 G)
- Cabbage – Stir-fry (Cabbage/decent/good/perfect, Frying Pan)
   (230 G)
- Cabbage - Cabbage (Cabbage/shining - ship unprocessed)
   (260 G)
- Strawberry - Strawberry Jam (Strawberry/decent/good X2, Aging Pot)
   (550 G)
- Strawberry - Strawberry (Strawberry/perfect/shining - ship unprocessed)
   (290/420 G)
- Watermelon - Watermelon (Watermelon/decent/good/perfect/shining
   - ship unprocessed) (110/180/250/360 G)
- Onion - Onion (Onion/all grades, Frying Pan) 
   (230 G)
- Corn – Stir-fry (Corn/decent/good/perfect, Frying Pan)
   (230 G)
- Corn - Corn (Corn/shining - ship unprocessed)
   (240 G)
- Tomato – Stir-fry (Tomato/all grades, Frying Pan)
   (230 G)
- Honeydew - Honeydew Juice (Honeydew/decent, Mixer)
   (270 G)
- Honeydew - Honeydew (Honeydew/good/perfect/shining)
   (330/460/660 G)
- Cocoa - Cocoa (Cocoa/decent/good/perfect/shining - ship unprocessed)
   (120/150/180/300 G)
- Pumpkin – Stir-fry (Pumpkin/decent/good/perfect, Frying Pan)
   (230 G)
- Pumpkin - Pumpkin (Pumpkin/shining - ship unprocessed)
   (320 G)
- Spinach – Stir-fry (Spinach/all grades, Frying Pan)
   (230 G)
- Rice - Rice Cocktail (Rice/all grades, Aging Pot)
   (230 G)
- Spicy Pepper - Super Stay Awake (Spicy Pepper/decent, Pontata Root,
   Milk, Red Herb) (350 G)
- Spicy Pepper - Spicy Pepper (Spicy Pepper/good/perfect/shining)
   (70/80/140 G)
- Carrot – Stir-fry (Carrot/all grades, Frying Pan)
   (230 G)
- Bell Pepper – Stir-fry (Bell Pepper/all grades, Frying Pan)
   (230 G)
- Buckwheat - Buckwheat Noodles with Egg (Buckwheat/all grades, Pot)
   (460 G)
- Flowers – Blue Perfume (2 Blue Mists, Mixer)
   (1,210 G)
- Fish - Common/Cheap – Sashimi or Marinated Fish
   (price varies – see list)
- Fish - Expensive – Grilled (Except Huchen & Shark)
   (price varies – see list)
- Fish – Sea Bream – Fish Soup (Sea Bream, Pot)
   (460 G)
- Clam - Clam Soup (Clam, Pot)
   (320 G)
- Sea Urchin - Sea Urchin (Sea Urchin - ship unprocessed)
   (700 G)
- Chestnut - Chestnut Rice (Chestnut, Rice, Cutting Board Set)
   (200 G)
- Chestnut - Chestnut (Chestnut/shining - ship unprocessed)
   (150 G)
- Laver Seaweed - Seaweed Miso Soup (Laver Seaweed, Pot)
   (170 G)
- Bamboo Shoot - Bamboo Rice (Bamboo Shoot, Cutting Board Set)
   (520 G)
- Bamboo Shoot - Bamboo Shoot (Bamboo Shoot/shining - ship unprocessed)
   (560 G)
- Mushroom - Marinated Mushroom (Mushroom, Green Herb, Cutting Board Set)
   (320 G)
- Toadstool - Toadstool (Toadstool - ship unprocessed) 
   (40 G)
- Pontata Root - Stay Awake (Pontata Root, Milk, Spicy Pepper, Mixer)
   (250 G)
- Pontata Root - Pontata Root (Pontata Root - ship unprocessed)
   (150 G)
- Blueberry - Blueberry Jam (Blueberry X 2, Pot)
   (160 G)
- Very Berry - Berry Juice (Very Berry, Mixer)
   (70 G)
- Very Berry - Berry Jam (Very Berry X 2, Pot)
   (140 G)
- Cherry - Cherry (Cherry - ship unprocessed)
   (210 G)
- Cherry - Cherry (Cherry/shining - ship unprocessed)
   (420 G)
- Orange - Marmalade Jam (Orange X 2, Pot)
   (330 G)
- Orange - Orange (Orange/shining - ship unprocessed)
   (260 G)
- Apple - Apple Jam (Apple X 2, Pot)
   (420 G)
- Apple - Apple (Apple/shining - ship unprocessed)
   (300 G)
- Grape - Grape Juice (Grape, Mixer)
   (160 G)
- Grape - Grape (Grape/shining - ship unprocessed)
   (280 G)
- Banana - Banana Pudding (Banana, Milk, Egg, Oven)
   (560 G)
- Pineapple - Pineapple Juice (Pineapple, Mixer)
   (270 G)
- Coconut - Coconut Juice (Coconut, Mixer)
   (250 G)
- Common Seashell - Common Seashell (Common Seashell - ship as is)
   (70 G)
- Fancy Seashell - Fancy Seashell (Fancy Seashell - ship as is)
   (140 G)
- Coral - Coral (Coral - ship as is)
   (50 G)
- Pearl - Pearl (Pearl - ship as is)
   (300 G)
- Black Pearl - Black Pearl (Black Pearl - ship as is)
   (800 G)




=====================
      Marriage
=====================


- You have several options when it comes to marriage:
  - You actually don't have to marry at all but you won't be able
    to have a child or pass down the journey rucksack (newgame+)
  - You can marry someone that has a rival and try to marry them
    before they do
    - You will be able to see all rival couples children but the
      one rival you married (you will have your own child)
  - You can marry someone that does not have a rival and not have
    to worry about anyone else marrying that individual
    - You will be able to see all rival couples children

- The Town Hall in Waffle Town keeps resident cards on everyone you
  have met on Waffle Town Island. This includes all bachelors and
  bachelorettes. You can see the residents cards by going to the
  Town Hall during business hours (8am-5pm/closed Sunday) and pressing
  the A button in front of the counter. You can check heart levels here
  as well as in your main menu under the friend section. The resident
  cards give slightly more detail than your friend section.

- Birthdays plus a few items the person likes are also listed on the
  resident card. Gifts given on birthdays count for double points.
  See Calendar section for birthdays.

- Each heart/level is worth 100 points X 10 hearts = 1,000 points

- You will probably notice when a heart level changes because the
  person will say something new

- Talk to everyone everyday to raise everyone's heart levels
  (marriageable people and Islanders)


- Friendship/Gift Points

  - Islanders will get friendship points only and marriageable persons
    will get love points only (gifts, talking, events, etc)

  - You can have a maximum of 15 points per day per any person for a
    combination of anything except gift giving

  - You can have a maximum of 10 points per day per any person for
    gift giving

  - Talking to any person gets you 5 points towards friendship
    points (islander) or love points (marriageable person)

  - Gifts they love count for 10 heart points per gift. 
    - You can not give a second Most Favorite Gift because it would
      go over the 10 point total gift cap. It will not be accepted
      by the person because it is over the gift cap.

  - Liked but not loved gifts count for 8 points for 1st gift
    and 2 points for 2nd gift (notice the 10 point gift cap)

  - So, the best strategy is to give someone one a gift they love
    and then talk to them each day (10 gift pts + 5 talk pts = 15 pts)

  - If you are trying not to increase the heart level of rivals then you
    would want to give them items they dislike instead of items that
    they love. This way you can keep their heart level low so they
    don't marry until you get the 2 & 5 heart gifts from others or until
    you can marry the one you love before they get them.

  - Giving disliked gifts will lower heart levels by -2. Unlike gifts
    that raise heart levels, gifts that lower heart levels can be
    given as many times as you want on the same day. The heart level
    of the individual will decrease by -2 with every disliked gift.



- You can trigger all confession scenes of all the eligible individuals
  for your character and then decide who to marry. But be careful, the
  rivals only have two events to woo and propose and you have 4 events
  plus a request event

- It is actually better to totally ignore the rival for the eligible
  person you are pursuing in order to not trigger a marriage between
  the one you want and the rival - or give them gifts they dislike

- If you are pursuing an eligible person that does not have a rival
  then you don't have to worry about triggering rival marriages

- You can trigger rival heart events if the rival is at the required
  heart level or Above

- The 1st rival event is at 2 hearts and the 2nd rival event is at
  3 hearts

- For the heart event #2 - lunch date/4 hearts:
  - You have to talk to them between 10am-11am to initiate a date!
  - Arrive between Noon-1pm at the Beach or Sundae Inn to go to the date!
  - Dates will happen on the same day that the date is accepted
  - If you don't experience the date but you get a message that "I have a
    date" then you have missed the date and the person will think you
    stood them up and you will lose a heart with them
  - Once on the date 
    - Answer the question correctly for increased 1/2 heart
    - Answering the question wrong will decrease the heart level by 50 pts 
  - Meet girls at Waffle Town Beach at noon
  - Meet guys at Sundae Inn at noon

- For the request heart event/5 hearts:
  - Get requested item to bachelor/bachelorette OR
  - Do the requested task for bachelor/bachelorette
  - You can finish request at any time but you can't marry until done

- All bachelors and bachelorettes will visit your house and give you a
  gift at/after 2 hearts on a sunny or cloudy day. Only the opposite
  gender will visit your house and give you a gift at 5 hearts. Be
  aware that no bachelor or bachelorette will keep giving gifts at 5
  hearts once you are married or they get married. See Eligible
  Bachelors and Eligible Bachelorettes sections for details on gifts.

- For the final 6th heart event:
  - Talk to him/her between 10am-11am
  - Encourage a date/get together with your answers
  - Arrive at Alan's sprite tree between noon-12:50pm (almost 1pm)
  - He/she will profess their love and ask if you feel the same
  - You can choose a positive or negative response
  - Choosing the positive response (I'm delighted) will raise his/her
    heart level but will not obligate you to marry them
  - Rejecting or a negative response (I can't say the same) will
    lower their heart level
  - You can have this scene with every eligible person of the opposite
    sex and still not be obligated to marry anyone

  - This would be a good time to grab who you want (continue to raise their
    hearts more but no one else's) and then trigger rival marriages since
    there is no other benefit after the 6th heart level for everyone if you
    don't plan to marry them.

  - Like always, if you have a rival for your to-be spouse then be sure not
    to trigger the rival and your to-be spouse's marriage or you will lose
    the one you love to another out of your carelessness and greed for gifts.


- Things to remember when trying to trigger events:

  - Gift at the door visits need sunny or cloudy weather or will be delayed

  - Lunch date requires Sunday Inn to be open - so no Sundays if you are girl

  - Most outside events require sunny or cloudy weather

  - Events won't occur on festival days

  - Make sure Town Hall is open/will be open on proposal day since you will
    be taken to the Town Hall to annouce it to the mayor and have a date set

  - It is best to check the weather and calendar before setting dates or
    triggering events. Otherwise, your date may think that you stood them up
    if there is bad weather or a festival on the meeting date (meaning that
    your date is the one that actually might not show but claim you stood
    them up). Some of the characters sit down and give you different
    responses so also talk to them when they are standing.

  - Always do request events AFTER the eligible person asks for the request

    - Chase: Cook 30 Dishes
      - Drinks & Soups do not count for the 30 dishes
      - Cook 30 dishes after he requests/dishes cooked before request do not
        count
      - Easy way to get to 30 dishes (Egg & Frying Pan = Fried Egg)
      - Give Chase the 31st dish when he is not cooking at the Sundae Inn

    - Kathy: Win Horse Race
      - Walk into Brownie Ranch and walk towards the Barn
      - She will challange you to win the horse race
      - This is a mini-game and you do not need to own a horse
      - When you win the horse racing mini-game then she will kiss you
      - From now on you must go to the main HM TOT game screen to play the
        horse race mini-game. It will not trigger when you walk towards the
        barn at Brownie Ranch

    - Owen: Go to the 30th Floor of the Ganache Mines
      - Talk to Owen then he will request you to go to the 30th floor
      - Go to the 30th floor of the Ganache Mines
      - He will not be there and you only have to do this once
      - Go back and talk to Owen and he will acknowledge you reached the
        30th floor

    - Jin: Give him a Pontata Root
      - Regardless of how many times before you may have given Jin a
        Pontata Root, you now need to give him another one after he requests
        it to fullfill his request event

    - Luke: Chop 20 wood
      - No matter how much wood you have chopped, you need to chop 20 more
        pieces of wood
      - Immediately talk to Luke after chopping the 20 additional wood
      - Do not buy upgrades/buildings/etc until you talk to Luke first
      - After Luke acknowledges the 20 additional wood pieces then you can
        use the wood for upgrades/buildings/etc


- Point losses or gains:
  - Lose 10 pts: reject gift at door at 2 hearts each
  - Lose 10 pts: reject gift at door at 5 hearts each
  - Lose 100 pts: refuse offer of lunch date at 4 hearts
  - Lose 100 pts: refuse offer of love confession at 6 hearts at Alan's tree
  - Lose 100 pts: accepting then not showing up at a date at 4 hearts
  - Lose 100 pts: accepting then not showing up at love confession at 6 hearts
  - Lose 50 pts: give incorrect response to question during lunch date

  Note: To gain points then do just the opposite of the above

- Most heart events are triggered when you leave your house or talk
  to the eligible person

- Your own kids can help with farm work once they are a 1 year old
  (water crops, harvest crops, gather eggs & cocoons, milking & shearing)

- Your wife or husband makes you box lunches for you at 6am each day
  - Decent Box Lunch - 80 G
  - Good Box Lunch - 90 G
  - Perfect Box Lunch - 100 G
  - Shining Box Lunch - 110 G

  - Shipping it, eating it, or giving it away does not affect your 
    spouse's heart levels. This is the only way to get Box Lunches
    so make sure that you ship one of each to complete your shipping
    list.


- Once married, the wives hang around town and the guys work where they
  used to work (yes, wives give up jobs and husbands keep them)

- You can take your child on a walk which strengthens your relationship
  with them (longer and further the walk then the more strengthened)

- Option “sooner than later” or "love lasts, we are not in a rush" will
  take randomly between 3 days to 3 weeks and be noted on your calendar
  but "love lasts, we are not in a rush" has a higher chance of a longer
  wait time

- Your wedding takes place in the morning and ends at 10 am

- Rival wedding take place in the morning and end at noon

- Your pregnancy & childbirth events happen in the morning and then you
  start on the same day at 6 am

- Time stops inside your house so anything including special meals and
  events inside your house do not pass time



Requirements:
-------------

Marriage Preparation:

- Have your potential spouse to at least 8 hearts
- Have all heart events done including request heart event

  - 2 hearts: gift at door event
  - 4 hearts: lunch date
  - 5 hearts: gift at door event
  - 5 hearts: request event
  - 6 hearts: love confession

- Have a Blue Feather (trigger the bluebird event - see below)
- Have house upgraded to level 2
- Have a big bed/double bed
  - This may be optional for some eligible bachelors/bachelorettes
  - I was able to marry Gill with a single bed which upgraded to
    a double bed automatically after marriage
  - However, several people have reported that they could not
    marry (but could get the blue feather) until they got the
    double bed
  - It is up to you whether to get the double bed or not before
    marriage. If it doesn't seem to be working then get a double
    bed but you may be able to get a free double bed if you wait.

Note: Bird of Happiness

  Hamilton will visit (Sunny or Cloudy day) & tell you about the
  bluebird when you get any eligible person to 8 hearts. Then you
  wait for several days to a few weeks until the bluebird flies by
  your house. Go to the Caramel Falls area and walk by the waterfall
  to trigger another bluebird cutscene. Get that blue feather and 
  propose! ... if you have all other requirements done.


Proposal:

- Give the blue feather to an eligible person you want to marry
- Most of the proposal scene takes place outside
- You can not propose on rainy or snowy days since it is outside
- You can not propose on festival days even if they are in a
  different area than the festival area
- Make sure the Town Hall is open on proposal day (may be optional)
- Early morning proposals work best (before 10am)
- Then you automatically go to the Town Hall to discuss it
- Next you automatically go to announce it to Hamilton
- Hamilton gives you two choices for marriage times:
  - Sooner is better -> Randomly 3 days to 3 weeks
  - Love lasts -> still randomly 3 days to 3 weeks
  - A Random date will be set by the Mayor
  - Random dates tend to land on Saturdays but not always
  - It will be marked on your calendar

- This process will not complete if the eligible person turns
  you down or is not ready yet or you don't have all the
  marriage requirements met


Wedding:

- On the wedding day you will automatically be transported to the
  church for the wedding
- You can say yes or no to be married but you will get married no
  matter what you say at this point


Rival Heart Events by Couple:

- All rival heart events take place on sunny &/or cloudy days
- All 1st rival heart events are triggered at 2 hearts of the rival
- All 2nd rival heart events are triggered at 3 hearts of the rival

- Jin & Anissa
  - 1st Rival Heart Event: 8:30am-3:50pm/not Mon/Meringue Clinic
  - 2nd Rival Heart Event: 8:30am-10:50am/not Mon/Meringue clinic

- Toby & Renee
  - 1st Rival Heart Event: 1pm-4:20pm/Mon only/Caramel Falls
  - 2nd Rival Heart Event: 1pm-4:20pm/Mon only/Caramel Falls

- Calvin & Phoebe
  - 1st Rival Heart Event: 9am-7:20pm/any day/Ganache Mines
  - 2nd Rival Heart Event: 9am-7:20pm/any day/Ganache Mines

- Chase & Maya
  - 1st Rival Heart Event: 3pm-11:50pm/not Sun/Sundae Inn
  - 2nd Rival Heart Event: 3pm-11:50pm/not Sun/Sundae Inn

- Julius & Candace
  - 1st Rival Heart Event: 7:30am-10:50am/any day/Waffle Town
  - 2nd Rival Heart Event: 7:30am-10:50am/any day/Waffle Town


Note: Rival marriages will happen 3 days after 2nd heart event
      is triggered. If you are friends with them then they
      will send you an invitation - but make note of it as
      soon as the 2nd rival event is triggered because the
      mail may or may not be slow.


After the Wedding:

- Your spouse will move into your house with you
- You will have a double bed if you did not have one before
- Your spouse's daily schedule changes
  - Guys still work at previous jobs during the day
  - Girls quit their job and hang out in town during the day
  - Both will stay home if it is raining or snowing
- Most of the time you will not have to give your spouse
  gifts because their heart level will stay the same. Their
  heart level can drop if you answer questions wrong or
  make them upset so still keep their favorite item
  available.

Anniversary/Birthdays:

- You will have an anniversary meal every year on your 
  anniversary after 6pm in your 1st house. When you walk in
  be prepared to know "what today is" and answer correctly.
  - If you answer correctly then your spouse will gain in
    heart level and you will both sit down to a great meal.
  - If you answer incorrectly then your spouse will get
    really upset, cry, and stalk off leaving you looking
    at the nice spread of food on the table.

- Be prepared to know when it is your birthday, your child's
  birthday, your spouse's birthday, your anniversary, etc
  or you will be caught unaware and sorry or happy you got
  it right at other times as well. Remember to enter after
  6pm but not too late to trigger the special dinners.

- For your child's birthday you will actually receive a
  message and be transported home at 6pm that day
  - Choose the correct response of "child's birthday"
  - Your spouse will then let you choose what gift
    to give your child from a list (choose what your child
    likes)
    - Banana Milk, Shark dish, Pinkcat Flower, Amethyst,
      Herbal Tea, Junk Ore
  - You wrap the gift, give it to your spouse, who gives
    it to the child
  - The item is not taken from your inventory whether you
    have the item or not but the gift you choose will
    effect the child depending on how the child likes the
    item you chose.


Pregnancy:

- 2 seasons after marriage the wife wakes up and is sick/6am
- The husband takes the wife to the clinic
- The nurse tells you that the wife is going to have a baby
- You both will return home


Goddess Prayer:

- 1 week after the pregnancy event your spouse will want to go 
  to the church to pray for the safe birth of your child. Say yes.
- Once at the church your spouse will ask you what gender you want your
  child to be. You have 3 choices:
  - Boy -> you will have a son
  - Girl -> you will have a daughter
  - Either would be fine -> you have a 50/50 chance of either one

Childbirth:

- 1 season after the pregnancy event the baby is born
- If you are the husband then your wife will stay in bed in the morning
  and tell you that the baby is coming
- You will automatically take her to the clinic
- If you are the wife then your husband will realize that the baby is 
  coming and rush you to the clinic
- You name the baby at the clinic and then return home
- A baby bed will be delivered to your house from everyone at the clinic
- The mattress on the bed will be pink if the baby is a girl and blue if
  if the baby is a boy
- The baby will start with 2 hearts and not gain hearts very fast until
  later when you can take walks with your child


Children:

- You can only have 1 child (girl or boy) 
  - These are not any of the 4 children the rival couples will have
    and they will look different from the rival children
  - You can not marry a marriage set individual and have the same
    child as that same individual would have with their rival partner
- There are a total of 10 different children styles (5 boys & 5 girls)
- Your child's looks will always look like you (brown hair/brown eyes)
  so that you can transition from playing your child and start a re-play
  game as the main character(s) again (newgame+/play as your child)
- Your child's style of looks will depend on who you marry and will be
  from the total 10 styles. Each spouse has a certain child style.
- Your child's personality will be that of the other parent.
- You can take your baby around places and people will comment on the
  baby

- Until your child is 1 year old it will be dressed in the typical
  one-piece suit with mouse-ears/cat-ears hat as previous HM games

- At infants stage your baby will be in the crib
  - You can not feed the baby but you can interact with it when awake
  - Baby is awake at 8am-2pm and then again at 6pm-10pm
  - Baby can make gurgling noises
  - Stand next to the crib and press A for interaction options
  - You can shake the rattle (equip it) to play with the baby
    - 3 hearts will appear above the baby
  - You can cuddle the baby 
    - 1 heart will appear above the baby
  - Heart level for the baby do not raise fast at all 
    - It takes about 14 days of total interaction to gain a heart
    
- 1 season after birth your child will learn to crawl
  - Child will crawl on floor from 6am-8pm
  - Child will be in bed with or without you present any other time
  - Child will say very few words (about 3)
  - Child will not play with rattle any more

- 2 seasons after birth your child will learn to walk
  - Your child will walk outside after 8am but not go far
  - You can only listen to your child make 1 word commands
  - You can not give anything to your child
  - You can not take walks together yet
  - You can use the tracking option to track where your child goes
  - Your child won't go out on festival days or during bad weather

- 3 seasons after birth your child will learn to talk
  - Your child will still talk in one word commands but more of them
  - Your child will still go out at 8am on walks
  - You still can not go on walks with your child
  - Your child will go around the Caramel River Area

- 4 seasons/1 year after birth your child will be fully grown
  - Your child will have their first birthday and be fully grown
  - Your child will now have their appearance and personality
  - Your child can now talk in sentences and walk all around
  - You can now give your child gifts and talk with your child
    - The first time you talk with your child he/she will ask you
      if you believe in fairies
    - If you answer yes then this will start the series of events
      that results in the ability to play as your child later
  - Your child can now help with chores on sunny & cloudy days
    - Watering, harvesting anything, gathering eggs & cocoons, milking
      & shearing the animals
    - Your child's skill will be low at first but will get better
      the more your child does the chores
    - You child has their own set of tools just their size so that
      you both can work together
    - Any product your child collects will end up in the shipping
      bin. Just check the bin and take out anything you don't want
      to ship before 5:50am.
    - Any livestock chores (milking/shearing) will only be done by
      your child to animals in the pasture and not in the barn so
      send your animals out before you ask him/her to do the chores
    - Your child will gather all eggs and cocoons from the chicken
      coop without your chickens & ducks having to be outside
    - On festival days your child will not take walks with you but
      will still do chores that you ask done
    - Your child will stop working at 4pm and get a "score card"
      listing how much of what he/she did that day
  - You can take your child on walks to boost your relationship
    - The farther you go and later you return the better the boost
  - Your child will follow you around everywhere


Child Styles Details by Spouse:


Toby/Julius & Maya/Renee (your child):

- Son:
  - Yellow clothes 
  - Messed up hair, tired eyes, freckled face
  - Friendly, Easy-going
  - Likes: Sweet foods, Pinkcat Flowers, Strawberries
  - Dislikes: Spicy foods, Yogurt
- Daughter:
  - Pink dress
  - Semi-curly hair, tired eyes
  - Friendly, Easy-going
  - Likes: Sweet foods, Pinkcat Flowers, Strawberries
  - Dislikes: Spicy foods, Yogurt


Owen & Phoebe (your child):

- Son:
  - Blue clothes
  - Straight hair, big eyes
  - Curious/Hyper
  - Likes: Eggs, Cocoa, Bananas
  - Dislikes: Southern foods, marinades, crustaceans
- Daughter:
  - Pink dress
  - Short hair, big eyes
  - Curious/Hyper
  - Likes: Eggs, Cocoa, Bananas
  - Dislikes: Southern foods, marinades, crustaceans


Chase/Calvin & Luna/Selena (your child):

- Son:
  - Purple clothes
  - longer front hair/shorter back hair, stern face features
  - hides feelings, shows dislike, sometimes rude
  - Likes: Spicy foods, Grape Juice, Herbal Tea
  - Dislikes: Fish dishes, Vegetable Juice
- Daughter:
  - Purple dress
  - longer front hair/shorter back hair, stern face features
  - hides feelings, shows dislike, sometimes rude
  - Likes: Spicy foods, Grape Juice, Herbal Tea
  - Dislikes: Fish dishes, Vegetable Juice


Luke & Kathy (your child)

- Son:
  - Orange clothes
  - Hair sticks up in front, mischievious face features
  - Hyper/Easily Angered
  - Likes: Fish dishes, Eggs
  - Dislikes: Sea urchins, Clams, Medicines
- Daughter:
  - Orange shirt/blue jumper
  - Hair sticks up in front, myschievious face features
  - Hyper/Easily Angered
  - Likes: Fish dishes, Eggs
  - Dislikes: Sea urchins, Clams, Medicines


Gill/Jin & Anissa/Candace (your child):

- Son:
  - Green clothes
  - Parted hair to side, glasses
  - Polite/Serious manner
  - Likes: Herbal Tea, Milk Tea, Tomato Juice, Rice dishes
  - Dislikes: Egg rice, Tuna rice
- Daughter:
  - Green dress
  - Pony tails, glasses
  - Polite/Serious manner
  - Likes: Herbal Tea, Milk Tea, Tomato Juice, Rice dishes
  - Dislikes: Egg rice, Tuna rice



Eligible Bachelors:
-------------------


- All eligible guys wear a Spring/Summer Outfit and a Fall/Winter Outfit

- All rival heart events trigger at specified times on sunny or cloudy
  days. 1st event/rival at 2 hearts and 2nd event/rival at 3 hearts

- See the beginning of the Marriage section for lots of details directly 
  related to this section


Birthdays:

Chase   -- Spring 23 (likes: Herbal Tea)
Luke    -- Summer 8  (favorite: Boiled Spinach)
Julius  -- Fall 21   (likes: Tomato Juice)
Owen    -- Summer 18 (favorite: Rice Cocktail)
Jin     -- Winter 26 (favorite: Pontata Root)
Calvin  -- Winter 14 (likes: Fried Egg)
Gill    -- Winter 2  (favorite: Tomato Juice)
Toby    -- Spring 9  (likes: Seasoned Egg)


Gifts (gives at 2 then 5 hearts):

Gill:   Silver Ore, Cold Medicine
Toby:   Char, Eel
Jin:    Red Herb/Letter, Bodigizer XL
Owen:   Red Wonderful, Ruby
Luke:   Decent Honey, Garnet
Chase:  Decent Chicken Egg, Cheese Risotto
Julius: Pinkcat Flower, Amethyst
Calvin: Limestone/Letter, Diamond


Requests (requests at 5 hearts):

Gill:   Find his lost diary (north/Yolanda's House/behind billboard)
Toby:   Rock Lobster (fish at West Gull Island with good pole)
Jin:    Pontata Root (dig in your farm fields or find in mines)
Owen:   Reach Floor 30/Ganache Mines (have stamina to get there)
Luke:   Collect 20 lumber (More lumber/do not use before talking to him)
Chase:  30 cooked dishes (make yourself & bring him 31st dish/no soup-mixer)
Julius: Sapphire or Ruby (give him Owen's or find in mines)
Calvin: Reach Floor 10 of Ganache Mines & Apple (stamina to get there
        & get apple at West Gull Island)


*************
*   Chase   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - May be the second to arrive after the Tailor Shop arrives
  - Meet him inside the Sundae Inn Bar (late afternoon to early evening)

- Personality:
  - He is the waiter/cook at the bar (apprenticeship) (sells drinks only)
  - Smiles but doesn't open up his feelings to others
  - Can be rude with a sarcastic sense of humor
  - Dreams of becoming a great chef

- Lives: 
  - Maple Lake Area

- Works: 
  - Sundae Inn Bar/Kitchen

- B-day: 
  - Spring 23

- Family: 
  - None
  - Orphan

- Loves:
  - Orange Juice, Orange Cake, Marmalade, Orange Pie, Shining Herb
    Fish, Shark Fin Soup 

- Likes: 
  - Any pumpkin dishes, any chestnut dishes, Oranges, Lobsters,
    Herbal Tea, Chocolate Cake, Shortcake, Grilled Clam, Pinkcat
    Flowers, Good Cheese, Perfect Cheese, Pudding

- Dislikes:
  - Pontana Root, Pickled Eggplant, Pickled Turnips, any perfumes,
    Shining Bamboo Shoot

- After Marriage:
  - Calls you: By your 1st name, then Mama-san (after baby born)
  - Daily: Sundae Inn (works until around 2am) except Sundays and
           holidays
  - Sundays: Souffle Farm


- Rival
  - Maya

- Heart Events:

  - #1/Visits Home/2 hearts: Receive an item from bachelor: Decent Egg
    - In JP version this was an ostrich egg. In US version it is only
      a Decent Chicken Egg.

  - #2/Lunch Date/4 hearts: Meet guy at Sundae Inn at noon
    - Do you like it? (food)
      - "Delicious" - gain heart level
        - He is pleased you like his food
      - "Ehh ..." - lose heart level


  - #3/Request/5 hearts: Get the requested item or do task
    - Task/Item: Make 30 cooked dishes and bring him a cooked dish
      - Make a dish for Chase?
        - "Sure!" - chose to do request
        - "No way!" - chose not to do request

    - Cook any dish and ship it 30 times
    - Soups do not count and juices/drinks don't count
    - Bought dishes do not count - he can tell the difference
    - Fish dishes and vegetable dishes are probably easiest to make or
      just make Fried Egg (Egg, Frying Pan) x 31
    - You can make 30 of the same dish if you want
    - After making & shipping 30 dishes then make 1 more & take it to him
      - He is very impressed with your cooking and thinks you would make
        a great wife. He says he will have to work hard to keep up with
        your cooking skills ... and he blushes

  - #4/Visits Home/5 hearts: Receive another item from bachelor:
      Cheese Risotto

  - #5/Confession/6 hearts: Meet under Aran's Tree/around 10am or before
      - I think I am in love with you ... that is all I wanted to say
      - What is your reply to this declaration of love?
        - "I'm delighted!" - raise heart level
          - He blushes and laughs in relief
          - "Phew, great!"
          - "Boy, I didn't realize how nervous I was ..."
          - You both blush
          - "You know, I'm a little surprized. Thank you so much."
          - "I'm glad I said something ... We, see you again soon."
          - You nod and he runs off
        - "I can't say the same." - lower heart level


- Rival Heart Events:

  - #1/rival at 2 hearts: Scene triggers
    - Maya's Strawberry Cake: 3pm-11:50pm/not Sun/Sundae Inn

    - Playing as a girl:
      - Chase needs to be at 2 hearts or above

    - Playing as a guy:
      - Maya has to be at 2 hearts or above
      - Enter the Sundae Inn when Chase is inside
      - Maya came to see Chase not Yolanda
      - Chase gives her something to eat
      - Maya tells Chase how good it tastes
      - Chase tells her at least her taste buds are working
      - Maya has brought a cake for Chase to taste
      - Chase declines but finally gives in & critiques it harshly
      - Maya gets upset, calls him a fool, and storms out


  - #2/rival at 3 hearts: Scene triggers
    - I Want to Eat it Everyday: 3pm-11:50pm/not Sun/Sundae Inn

    - Playing as a girl:
      - Chase needs to be at 3 hearts or above

    - Playing as a guy:
      - Maya needs to be at 3 hearts or above
      - Enter the Sundae Inn when Chase is inside
      - Maya has brought the blue feather and shows it to Chase
      - Chase is confused and asks if she is proposing to him
      - Maya says yes & Chase says she shouldn't marry him for
        the love of food but for love itself
      - Maya says she is in love with him but he still won't believe it
      - Maya gets upset and tells Chase what a terrible person he is
      - Maya then cries and says that his food is wonderful and she wants
        to eat it every day
      - Maya gets angry and says how hard it was to get the blue feather
        and tells Chase he is a fool and storms off
      - Once Maya is gone, Chase remarks that he never said he wouldn't
        accept the blue feather and he never had a chance to accept or
        refuse it ...


- Rival Wedding:

  - Wedding will take place in 3 days after #2 rival heart event
  - Make note of the date yourself even though an invitation is
    sent to you because it may arrive on time or late

- Rival's Child Born:

  - One season after the rival wedding their daughter will be born
  - Enter Chase & Maya's house and Maya will introduce baby Dakota

- Rival's Child Grows Up:

  - Two seasons after the rival wedding, their daughter Dakota will be 
    fully grown up
  - Enter Chase & Maya's house and Maya will introduce Dakota again
  - You can now interact with Dakota and she will not grow any more
  - Dakota likes eating but not cooking (cooks better than mom), and
    wants to be lots of things when she grows up like Gourmet Judge,
    Aromatherapist, Perfume Maker, etc.



*************
*   Luke    *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the start
  - Meet him at the forest area by the Carpentry Shop

- Personality:
  - A highly energetic carpenter
  - Quick to anger especially at festivals and contests
  - Loves friendship and the gusto to do something
  - Loyal to friends and always willing to help someone

- Lives: 
  - Carpentry Shop

- Works: 
  - Carpentry Shop

- B-day: 
  - Summer 8

- Family: 
  - Dale/Father 

- Loves:
  - Shining Mayonnaise, Chocolate Banana, Banana Pudding, Grilled
    Catfish, Sauted Spinach, Spinach Risotto, Spinach Cake, Carrot
    Cake, Boiled Spinach

- Likes:
  - Spinach Cocktails, Juice, Shining Sashimi, Grilled Clams, Banana,
    Stir Fry, Pumpkin Cake, Orange Cake, Red Honey, Blue
    Honey, Southern Omelet Rice, Southern Fried Rice, Cocktails,
    Tulips

- Dislikes:
  - Good Cheese, Vegetable Pizza, Cheesecake, Medicine, Blue Perfume,
    Cheese Omelet, Cheese Risotto, Yogurt, Yogurt Drink, Shining
    Bamboo Shoot, Perfect Cheese

- After Marriage:
  - Calls you: Honey, then Mommy (after baby born)
  - Daily: Carpentry Shop (works), Days off are Saturdays & holidays
  - Occasionally: Praline Forest 


- Rival
  - None

- Heart Events:

  - #1/Visits Home/2 hearts: Receive an item from bachelor: Decent Honey

  - #2/Lunch Date/4 hearts: Meet guy at Sundae Inn at noon
    - Do you want some more?
      - "Of course!"
        - He likes people who eat a lot - gain heart level
      - "I've had enough"
        - He wonders what is wrong with you - lose heart level

  - #3/Request/5 hearts: Get the requested item or do task
    - Item: 20 Wood Lumber (note: 20 pieces MORE after you talk to him
      without using any of the wood)
    - Talk to Luke in the forest area around Carpentry Shop
      - He will challenge you to race to see who gets 20 lumber first
        - "I refuse to lose!" - gain heart level
        - "I refuse to race!" - lose heart level
    - Go collect 20 pieces of wood (additional/do not use it for anything)
    - Go back and talk to Luke

  - #4/Visits Home/5 hearts: Receive another item from bachelor: Garnet

  - #5/Confession/6 hearts: Meet under Aran's Tree/around 10am or before
    - "It's really hard to say this, so please listen closely ... I love
      you!!!"
      - What is your reply to this declaration of love?
        - "I'm delighted!" - heart level goes up
          - "Yeahhhhhhhhhh! All RIGHT!"
          - You both blush
          - "This is the best day of my life! I don't know how I can even
            sleep tonight! Man, I'm stoked. Well, see ya!"
          - You nod and he runs off
        - "I can't say the same." - heart level goes down

  - Luke also gives you an Axe for free the 1st time you meet him in
    the Praline Forest


*************
*  Julius   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - May be 4th person to arrive after the Tailor Shop
  - Meet him in front of the Blacksmith Shop (walk West to East)

- Personality:
  - Womanly looking (pretty boy) fashion expert
  - Likes to carve metal and make jewelry and style fashions
  - Conceited and self-centered and likes to be center of attention
  - Hates being called a cross-dresser
  - Majorly crushed on Candace since childhood

- Lives: 
  - Maple Lake Area

- Works: 
  - Ramsey's Blacksmith

- B-day: 
  - Fall 21

- Family: 
  - Has parents (unknown, never meet them)
  - Mira (relative, possibly an aunt)

- Loves:
  - Pumpkin Pie, Pumpkin Cake, Pumpkin Stew, Shining Perfume, Chestnut Pie

- Likes:
  - Roses, Lavender, all perfumes, Pumpkins, all gems, Milk Tea, Tomato
    Juice, Purple Herbs, Grape Cocktail, Blueberry Cocktail, Potato Stew

- Dislikes:
  - Burnt/Ruined dishes, Shining Bamboo Shoot

- After Marriage:
  - Calls you: Honey, then Mommy (after baby born)
  - Daily: Ramsey's Blacksmith (works), days off are Mondays & holidays
  - Mondays: Church (but not before marriage),   


- Rival
  - Candace

- Heart Events:

  - #1/Visits Home/2 hearts: Receive an item from bachelor: Pinkcat Flower

  - #2/Lunch Date/4 hearts: Meet guy at Sundae Inn at noon

  - #3/Request/5 hearts: Get the requested item or do task
    - Item: Ruby or Sapphire
    - Go to the 25th floor of the Ganache Mines (with hammer)
    - Any colored balls that sparkle are a gem
    - Look in your inventory at what you mined
    - Red ball with 3 sparkles is usually a ruby
    - Blue ball with 2 sparkles is usually a sapphire
    - Go have Mira inspect the gems
    - Once you get a ruby or sapphire then go talk to Julius

  - #4/Visits Home/5 hearts: Receive another item from bachelor: Amethyst

  - #5/Confession/6 hearts: Meet under Aran's Tree/around 10am or before


- Rival Heart Events:

  - #1/rival at 2 hearts: Scene triggers
    - The Old Bully: 7:30am-10:50am/any day/Waffle Town

    - Playing as the girl:
      - Julius needs to be at 2 hearts or above

    - Playing as the guy:
      - Candace needs to be at 2 hearts or above
      - Enter Waffle Town (sunny day, between 8:30am-noon)
      - Julius greets Candace outside of Tailor Shop
      - He tells her she hasn't changed a bit 
      - Candace is confused and asks who he is
      - Candace remembers that Julius was the "girl" that used to bully her
      - Julius tells Candace that she was stupid for thinking that he was a
        girl
      - Luna barges in and starts word fighting with Julius & Candace runs off
      - Julius says he did call Candace names but it was just because he liked
        Candace when they were little
      - Luna tell Julius he needs to patch things up with Candace and then 
        calls Julius an ugly name and Julius gets mad


  - #2/rival at 3 hearts: Scene triggers
    - 120 Percent Sure: 7:30am-10:50am/any day/Waffle Town

    - Playing as a girl:
      - Julius needs 3 hearts or above

    - Playing as a guy:
      - Candace needs 3 hearts or above
      - Enter Waffle Town (sunny day, between 8:30am-noon)
      - Julius greets Candace again & asks why she hasn't worn the dress he
        gave to her but Candace is nervous and doesn't answer
      - Julius asks if it is because she doesn't like his tastes but Candace
        turns her back to him.
      - Julius asks if it is because she is still mad about the past bullying
        and Candace shakes her head no.
      - Julius gets upset and gets close to Candace and demands that she look
        at him and speak to him
      - Their eyes meet and Julius gets real nervous and backs away but Candace
        gets close to Julius and he does the same thing and then calls her an
        ugly name again and says to not touch him
      - Candace gets scared and starts to run away while Luna appears to
        defend her sister.
      - Julius realizes what he did and calls for Candace to come back and he
        starts crying saying that he has been misunderstood and he had come
        to propose to Candace.
      - Julius convinces Luna that he really loves Candace 120 percent sure.
      - Candace who stopped to listen, blushes and walks close to Julius.
      - Big heart appears between them.


- Rival Wedding:

  - Wedding will take place in 3 days after #2 rival heart event
  - Make note of the date yourself even though an invitation is
    sent to you because it may arrive on time or late

- Rival's Child Born:

  - One season after the rival wedding their daughter will be born
  - Enter Julius & Candace's house and Candace will introduce baby Angie

- Rival's Child Grows Up:

  - Two seasons after the rival wedding, their daughter Angie will be 
    fully grown up
  - Enter Julius & Candace's house and Candace will introduce Angie again
  - You can now interact with Angie and she will not grow any more
  - Angie looks like Julius but acts more like Candace but with more
    confidence. She likes mining, making jewelry, and sewing.



*************
*   Owen    *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the start
  - Meet him outside Ramsey's Blacksmith

- Personality:
  - Manly blacksmith
  - Likes to mine
  - Wants to please his great-uncle
  - 

- Lives: 
  - Ramsey's Blacksmith

- Works: 
  - Ramsey's Blacksmith

- B-day: 
  - Summer 18

- Family: 
  - Ramsey/Great-uncle
  - Chloe/Cousin

- Loves:
  - Buckwheat Cocktail, Yam Cocktail, Rice Cocktail, Coconut Cocktail,
    Southern Fried Rice, Southern Omelet, Fried Rice, Corn Soup,
    Omelet Rice

- Likes:
  - Most rice dishes, Gold, Grilled Corn, Blueberry Cocktail, Grape Cocktail,
    Apple Cocktail, several risotto dishes, Sunflowers, Good Cheese, French
    Fries, Perfect Cheese

- Dislikes:
  - Sweets, Toadstools, Junk Ore, Tomato Juice

- After Marriage:
  - Calls you: By your 1st name, then Mom (after baby born)
  - Daily: Ramsey's Blacksmith (works), Days Off are Monday & holidays
    Daily: Also spends a lot of time at Ganache Mines
  - Occasionally: 


- Rival
  - None (but Kathy hangs around)

- Heart Events:

  - #1/Visits Home/2 hearts: Receive an item from bachelor: 
    - Red Wonderful (can randomly refine into any thing a red wonderful
      refines into from Glass to a Ruby

  - #2/Lunch Date/4 hearts: Meet guy at Sundae Inn at noon

    - Is everyone looking at us?

      - "I'm a little self-conscious - gain a full heart
        - Proud everyone is watching all his attention on you

      - "I don't care" -- lose a full heart
        - Upset that you don't care if all his attention makes
          others notice you both (maybe he thinks you mean he is clumsy)

  - #3/Request/5 hearts: Get the requested item or do task
    - Task: Get to the bottom of the Ganache Mines (30 floors)
    - Go talk to Owen when he is in the mines
    - Go down to the 30th floor of the Ganache Mines
    - Get any ores/gems while down there
    - If he doesn't appear then go back and talk to him again

  - #4/Visits Home/5 hearts: Receive another item from bachelor: Ruby

  - #5/Confession/6 hearts: Meet under Aran's Tree/around 10am or before

  - Owen gives you your Hammer the 1st time you meet him at Ramsey's
    Blacksmith

  - Owen also sells a variety of furniture at the Arts Festival


*************
*    Jin    *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the start
  - Meet him in the opening scenes of the game

- Personality:
  - Strict, cool-headed doctor
  - Sometimes smiles
  - Works hard
  - Lost his 1st love and vowed to never lose another so he
    is now passive towards women

- Lives: 
  - Maple Lake Area

- Works: 
  - Meringue Clinic

- B-day: 
  - Winter 26

- Family: 
  - Irene/Grandmother

- Loves:
  - Pontana Roots, Herbal Tea, Tempura Buckwheat, Pickled Eggplant, Miso Soup

- Likes:
  - Herbs, Pickles, Milk Tea, Tomato Juice, Stir Fry

- Dislikes:
  - Burnt/Ruined dishes, any cocktails

- After Marriage:
  - Calls you: By your 1st name, then Mom (after baby born)
  - Daily: Meringue Clinic (works), days off Mondays & holidays
  - Mondays: Maple Lake Area & Souffle Farm  


- Rival
  - Anissa

- Heart Events:

  - #1/Visits Home/2 hearts: Receive an item from bachelor: Red Herb
    - He also sends you a letter at 2 hearts

  - #2/Lunch Date/4 hearts: Meet guy at Sundae Inn at noon
    - Must talk to him on Mondays while he is walking on Maple Lake road
      or while he is in the Meringue Clinic if he is not busy
      - He asks you to lunch
        - What do you say?

          - "Definitely!" - raise heart level

            - Are you eating well? You are taking breaks?"
            - Do you take regular breaks?
              - "Yes, of course!" - raise heart level
                - "I hope you're being honest. I know you tend to
                  overwork yourself."
                - "Take care not to get dehydrated, either."
                - Well, we should get going. See you again soon."
                - You both wave
              - "Umm ..." - lower heart level

          - "I'm busy." - lower heart level

  - #3/Request/5 hearts: Get the requested item or do task
    - He runs out of Pontata Root for medicine
      - Find pontata root?

        - "You got it!" - raise heart level

          - "That would be great. The more, the better."
          - "I'm counting on you! Just bring it to me when you find it!"
          - You nod and both of you bow
            - You give him the pontata root
              - "Thank you very much. I truly appreciate your efforts.
                Thank you. You really helped me. Don't push yourself too
                hard."
              - "It wouldn't be very funny if you collasped while looking
                for material for medicine to keep yourself from collasping."
              - You both bow

        - "Can't help you there ..." - lower heart level

    - Item: Pontana Root
    - Hammer mole in the mines (every 5th floor)
      OR
    - Hoe on your farm land (if you are lucky)
    - Once you get one then go talk to Jin

  - #4/Visits Home/5 hearts: Receive another item from bachelor: Bodigizer XL

  - #5/Confession/6 hearts: Meet under Aran's Tree/around 10am or before
    - Must talk to him on Mondays while he is walking on Maple Lake road


- Rival Heart Events:

  - #1/rival at 2 hearts: Scene triggers
    - The Assertive Doctor: 8:30am-3:50pm/not Mon/Meringue Clinic
      
      - Playing as girl:
        - Jin must be at 2 hearts or above


      - Playing as guy:
        - Anissa must be at 2 hearts or above
        - Enter Meringue Clinic when Jin is inside
        - Anissa worked too hard and collapsed
        - Anissa says she is fine and needs to get back to work
        - Jin insists that she needs more rest


  - #2/rival at 3 hearts: Scene triggers
    - Stay by my Side: 8:30am-10:50pm/not Mon/Meringue Clinic

      - Playing as girl:
        - Jin must be at 3 hearts

      - Playing as guy:
        - Anissa must be at 3 hearts
        - Enter Meringue Clinic when Jin is inside
        - Now Jin is the one sick in bed
        - Anissa cares for him with some bitter medicine
        - Anissa says she will return tomorrow
        - Jin asks her to stay by his side ... always
        - Big heart between them and blushing

- Rival Wedding:

  - Wedding will take place in 3 days after #2 rival heart event
  - Make note of the date yourself even though an invitation is
    sent to you because it may arrive on time or late

- Rival's Child Born:

  - One season after the rival wedding their child will be born
  - Enter Jin & Anissa's house and Anissa will introduce baby Van

- Rival's Child Grows Up:

  - Two seasons after the rival wedding, their son Van will be fully grown up
  - Enter Jin & Anissa's house and Anissa will introduce son Van again
  - You can now interact with son Van and he will not grow any more
  - Van wants to grow up and be like his dad



*************
*  Calvin   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - May be 1st person to arrive after Tailor Shop
  - Meet him on the 10th floor of the Ganache Mines

- Personality:
  - Adventurer/explorer who resembles Indiana Jones
  - Currently investigating legends and myths of Rainbow Island
    including the secret of the Midas Tree
  - Initially friendly but then keeps people at a distance
  - Likes to brag about expeditions

- Lives: 
  - Maple Lake Area

- Works: 
  - none (but spends most his time in Ganache Mines)

- B-day: 
  - Winter 14

- Family: 
  - Parents (but never meet them)

- Loves:
  - Grape Cocktail, Tomato Omelet, Amber, Spicy Seafood Soup, Buckwheat
    with Egg, Egg Sandwich, Egg Custard 

- Likes:
  - Eggs, egg dishes, all jewels, Good Cheese, Buckwheat Chips,
    Rice Cocktail, Perfect Cheese

- Dislikes:
  - All chocolate dishes, Shining Bamboo Shoot

- After Marriage:
  - Calls you: 
  - Daily: Gananche Mines (rain or sun), no days off
  - Occasionally: Maple Lake Area 


- Rival
  - Phoebe

- Heart Events:

  - #1/Visits Home/2 hearts: Receive an item from bachelor: Limestone
    - Sends you a letter at 2 hearts

  - #2/Lunch Date/4 hearts: Meet guy at Sundae Inn at noon

  - #3/Request/5 hearts: Get the requested item or do task (apple & mine)

    - Item: Apple

      - Buy apple from Souffle Farm in the Fall
        OR
      - Buy apple from Simon at the Spring/Summer Flea Market
        OR
      - Forage for an apple at the West Gull Island

    - Go to the 10th floor of the Ganache Mines & talk to Calvin


      Calvin Glitch:
      (still testing reported glitch - if you get game freeze then
      marry him off to Pheobe to access mines again. You could
      try using a pitfall to drop past floor 10 - but not always
      predictable.)
      - You can still do all 5 hearts with Calvin (2nd/5th gifts/lunch)
        but you will not be able to get his confession or do his request
        event (still freezes after game credits have rolled)
      - If you don't want the glitch at all then just don't let Calvin
        get to 5 hearts/or marry him off to Phoebe



  - #4/Visits Home/5 hearts: Receive another item from bachelor: Diamond

  - #5/Confession/6 hearts: Meet under Aran's Tree/around 10am or before


- Rival Heart Events:

  - #1/rival at 2 hearts: Scene triggers
    - Exchange of Knowledge: 9am-7:20pm/any day/Ganache Mines

    - Playing as a girl:
      - Calvin needs to be at 2 hearts or above

    - Playing as a guy:
      - Phoebe needs to be at 2 hearts or above
      - Enter Ganache Mines when Calvin is inside
      - Phoebe tells Calvin that it is amazing that he can read ancient
        languages.
      - Calvin says it's nothing and that he thinks that Phoebe's notes
        are amazing.
      - Phoebe says that she's been doing better since meeting him
      - Calvin says that he is glad he can help her and Phoebe says that
        she is glad that he came to the island


  - #2/rival at 3 hearts: Scene triggers
    - Hero and Heroine: 9am-7:20pm/any day/Ganache Mines

    - Playing as a girl:
      - Calvin needs to be at 3 hearts

    - Playing as a guy:
      - Phoebe needs to be at 3 hearts
      - Enter Ganache Mines when Calvin is inside
      - Calvin tells Phoebe about some of his adventures
      - Phoebe says he is like a hero in an adventure story
      - Calvin says that a hero needs to have a heroine to protect
      - Phoebe says she is not pretty enough to fit that role
      - Calvin asks if she would come along as his partner & she agrees
      - Calvin pops out the blue feather & Phoebe agrees to be his
        partner for life.
      - Big heart between them and blushing

- Rival Wedding:

  - Wedding will take place in 3 days after #2 rival heart event
  - Make note of the date yourself even though an invitation is
    sent to you because it may arrive on time or late

- Rival's Child Born:

  - One season after the rival wedding their son will be born
  - Enter Calvin & Phoebe's house and Phoebe will introduce baby Heath

- Rival's Child Grows Up:

  - Two seasons after the rival wedding, their son Heath will be 
    fully grown up
  - Enter Calvin & Phoebe's house and Phoebe will introduce Heath again
  - You can now interact with Heath and he will not grow any more
  - Heath is a curious boy interested in everything except school. He
    wants to grow up as a master of puzzle and board games.

  - Calvin will give you the Midas Seedling when you are on your seedling
    quest.



*************
*    Gill   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the start
  - Meet him in the opening scenes of the game/Waffle Town Square

- Personality:
  - Only son of Mayor Hamilton
  - Conceited and arrogant
  - Wants to see the island grow and wants to help
  - Thinks a good education and lots of money are most important
  - Used to be friends with Harvest Sprites 

- Lives: 
  - Mayor Hamilton's House

- Works: 
  - Waffle Town Hall

- B-day: 
  - Winter 2

- Family: 
  - Mayor Hamilton/Father 

- Loves:
  - Tomato Juice, Tomato Risotto, Ratatouille

- Likes:
  - All tomato dishes, Gold (inspected), Silver (inspected), Lavender,
    Vegetable Salad, Grilled Clam, Shining Cheese, Blue Perfume, Tomato
    Soup

- Dislikes:
  - Any cocktails, Shining Bamboo Shoot, Stir Fry

- After Marriage:
  - Calls you: You (proper), then Mom (after baby born)
  - Daily: Waffle Town Hall (works), days off Sundays & holidays
  - Sundays: Mayor Hamilton's House  


- Rival
  - None (but has a crush on Luna)

- Heart Events:

  - #1/Visits Home/2 hearts: Receive an item from bachelor: Silver Ore
    - Sends you a letter at 2 hearts

  - #2/Lunch Date/4 hearts: Meet guy at Sundae Inn at noon

  - #3/Request/5 hearts: Get the requested item or do task
    - Item: Gill's Diary
    - Gill dropped his diary and wants you to find it
    - Go across from the Sundae Inn to the small plaza with a shipping bin
    - Go to the sign just behind the plaza
    - Check in BACK of the sign to find Gill's Diary

  - #4/Visits Home/5 hearts: Receive another item from bachelor: Cold Medicine

  - #5/Confession/6 hearts: Meet under Aran's Tree/around 10am or before



*************
*    Toby   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the start
  - Meet him at the Waffle Town Beach

- Personality:
  - Relaxed and fun fisherman
  - Gentle and always smiling
  - Likes to relax and be surrounded by nature
  - Somewhat lazy

- Lives: 
  - Maple Lake Area

- Works: 
  - On The Hook

- B-day: 
  - Spring 9

- Family: 
  - Ozzie/Uncle
  - Paolo/Cousin

- Loves:
  - Shining Sashimi, Chirashi Sushimi, Maguro-don (rice dish), Una-don
    (rice dish)
- Likes:
  - All grilled fish, Cosmos, Sauteed Clam, Grilled Clam, Grilled
    Sea Urchin, Lavender, Seasoned Egg, Rice Ball

- Dislikes:
  - Rice Cocktail, Pineapple Juice, Coconut Juice, Coconut
    Cocktail, Blue Perfume, Burnt/Ruined dishes

- After Marriage:
  - Calls you: By your 1st name, then Mama (after baby born)
  - Daily: On The Hook (works), Days off are Monday & holidays
  - Occasionally: Caramel Falls  


- Rival
  - Renee

- Heart Events:

  - #1/Visits Home/2 hearts: Receive an item from bachelor: Char

  - #2/Lunch Date/4 hearts: Meet guy at Sundae Inn at noon

  - #3/Request/5 hearts: Get the requested item or do task
    - Item: Rock Lobster
    - Go to Gull Island and fish (Winter & Spring only)
    - Once you get a Rock Lobster then go talk to Toby

  - #4/Visits Home/5 hearts: Receive another item from bachelor: Eel

  - #5/Confession/6 hearts: Meet under Aran's Tree/around 10am or before


- Rival Heart Events:

  - #1/rival at 2 hearts: Scene triggers

    - The Person I've Been Watching: 1pm-4:20pm/Mon only/Caramel Falls

    - Playing as a girl:
      - Toby must be at 2 hearts or above

    - Playing as a guy:
      - Renee must be at 2 hearts or above
      - Enter the Caramel Falls Area on a sunny or cloudy Monday
        when Renee is there
      - Renee has caught something big and is trying to reel it in
      - Her line breaks and she is about to give up
      - Toby comes out from nearby (watching her) & Renee get embarrassed
      - She says that she is not very good at fishing but Toby says that
        enjoying fishing is what counts
      - He fixes her line and then leaves


  - #2/rival at 3 hearts: Scene triggers
    - It's a Very Good Day, so ... : 1pm-4:20pm/Mon only/Caramel Falls

    - Playing as a girl:
      - Toby must be at 3 hearts

    - Playing as a guy:
      - Renee must be at 3 hearts
      - Enter the Caramel Falls Area on a sunny or cloudy Monday
        when Renee is there
      - Toby & Renee are having a picnic
      - Once they are done eating, Toby compliments Renee's cooking
      - They talk about what a wonderful day it is
      - Toby asks Renee to marry him
      - Renee is shocked and asks him to repeat it
      - Toby asks again and Renee get nervous
      - Toby pops out the blue feather & Renee accepts
      - Big heart between them and they go to announce it to the town

- Rival Wedding:

  - Wedding will take place in 3 days after #2 rival heart event
  - Make note of the date yourself even though an invitation is
    sent to you because it may arrive on time or late

- Rival's Child Born:

  - One season after the rival wedding their son Matt will be born
  - Enter Toby & Renee's house and Renee will introduce baby Matt

- Rival's Child Grows Up:

  - Two seasons after the rival wedding, their son Matt will be fully
    grown up
  - Enter Toby & Renee's house and Renee will introduce Matt again
  - You can now interact with Matt and he will not grow any more
  - Matt is a carefree boy who likes to go fishing and can make friends
    with anyone

  - Toby gives you your Fishing Pole for free/1st playable day meet
    him on Cream Beach (Waffle Town Beach).


Eligible Bachelorettes:
-----------------------


- All eligible girls wear a Spring/Summer Outfit and a Fall/Winter Outfit

- All rival heart events trigger at specified times on sunny or cloudy
  days. 1st event/rival at 2 hearts and 2nd event/rival at 3 hearts

- See the beginning of the Marriage section for lots of details directly
  related to this section 


Birthdays:

Renee    -- Fall 5
Maya     -- Fall 24
Anissa   -- Fall 16
Candace  -- Winter 7
Luna     -- Spring 25
Phoebe   -- Spring 17
Kathy    -- Summer 3
Selena   -- Summer 26


Gifts (gives at 2 then 5 hearts):

Renee:   Decent Chicken Egg/Letter, Cheese Omelet
Maya:    Good Spicy Pepper, Chocolate Pudding
Kathy:   Very Berry/Letter, Seafood Pizza
Selena:  Coral, Coconut Cocktail
Phoebe:  Blue Wonderful, Emerald
Anissa:  Green Herb/Letter, Stay Awake
Candace: Herbal Tea, Shining Silk Yarn (thread)
Luna:    Moondrop Flower, Blue Silk Yarn (thread)


Requests (requests at 5 hearts):

Renee:   Fix Windmill (do 1st rainbow & go to windmill for cutscene)
Maya:    Eel to make Eel Rice (Give Toby's Eel or fish one)
Kathy:   Unlock Horse Race (unlocks at 5 hearts, then win race for kiss/boy)
Phoebe:  Rare Metal (hammer in the mines and get ores/gems appraised)
Anissa:  Snowflake Flower (grow one on your farm)
Candace: Blue Mist Flower to dye her dress (grow one on your farm)
Luna:    Blue Mist Flower to give to her sister (grow one on your farm)
Selena:  Do message sequence (meet Selena, unlock Toucan Island, meet Sue,
         give message to Selena, report back to Sue who gives you a
         Manta Ray)

Note: Windmill is in the Brownie Ranch area.


***********
*  Renee  *
***********

- Arrives on Island: 
  - Beginning (break boulder to Brownie Ranch/level 3 hammer)
    or wait until Animal Festival/Spring 28 for auto opening

- Personality:
  - Gentle and caring
  - Takes care of farm animals
  - Likes to cook and fish
  - Better at cooking than fishing

- Lives: 
  - Brownie Ranch

- Works: 
  - Brownie Ranch, Off Mondays

- B-day: 
  - Fall 5

- Family: 
  - Hannah/Mother
  - Cain/Father

- Loves: Yellow Perfume, Strawberry Milk, Cocoa

- Likes: 
  - Dairy Goods, Strawberries, Topaz, Yellow Honey, Yellow Herb, 
    Cheese Omelet, Rice Omelet, Yellow Wonderful (without sparkles), 
    Good Cheese, Perfect Cheese, Shining Cheese, Amber, Corn, Yellow Yarn

- Dislikes: 
  - Yellow Wonderful (with sparkles/uninspected), Burnt/ruined dishes

- After Marriage:
  - Daily: Mostly at Souffle Farm
  - Mondays: Brownie Ranch & Caramel Falls


- Rival:
  - Toby

- Heart Events:

  - #1/Visits Home/2 hearts: Receive an item from bachelorette:
    Decent Chicken Egg and she sends you a letter at 2 hearts

  - #2/Lunch Date/4 hearts: Meet girl at beach at noon

  - #3/Request/5 hearts: Get the requested item or do task
    - Task: complete 1st Rainbow event
    - Do the 1st Rainbow (green sprite, Daren) event (see above for details)
    - Go to the windmill at Brownie Ranch for the cutscene
    - The windmill will be turning because the wind is now blowing

  - #4/Visits Home/5 hearts: Receive another item from bachelorette:
    Cheese Omelet

  - #5/Confession/6 hearts: Meet under Aran's Tree/around 10am or before


- Rival Heart Events:

  - #1/rival at 2 hearts: Scene triggers

    - The Person I've Been Watching: 1pm-4:20pm/Mon only/Caramel Falls

    - Playing as a girl:
      - Toby must be at 2 hearts or above

    - Playing as a guy:
      - Renee must be at 2 hearts or above
      - Enter the Caramel Falls Area on a sunny or cloudy Monday
        when Renee is there
      - Renee has caught something big and is trying to reel it in
      - Her line breaks and she is about to give up
      - Toby comes out from nearby (watching her) & Renee get embarrassed
      - She says that she is not very good at fishing but Toby says that
        enjoying fishing is what counts
      - He fixes her line and then leaves


  - #2/rival at 3 hearts: Scene triggers
    - It's a Very Good Day, so ... : 1pm-4:20pm/Mon only/Caramel Falls

    - Playing as a girl:
      - Toby must be at 3 hearts

    - Playing as a guy:
      - Renee must be at 3 hearts
      - Enter the Caramel Falls Area on a sunny or cloudy Monday
        when Renee is there
      - Toby & Renee are having a picnic
      - Once they are done eating, Toby compliments Renee's cooking
      - They talk about what a wonderful day it is
      - Toby asks Renee to marry him
      - Renee is shocked and asks him to repeat it
      - Toby asks again and Renee get nervous
      - Toby pops out the blue feather & Renee accepts
      - Big heart between them and they go to announce it to the town

- Rival Wedding:

  - Wedding will take place in 3 days after #2 rival heart event
  - Make note of the date yourself even though an invitation is
    sent to you because it may arrive on time or late

- Rival's Child Born:

  - One season after the rival wedding their son Matt will be born
  - Enter Toby & Renee's house and Renee will introduce baby Matt

- Rival's Child Grows Up:

  - Two seasons after the rival wedding, their son Matt will be fully
    grown up
  - Enter Toby & Renee's house and Renee will introduce Matt again
  - You can now interact with Matt and he will not grow any more
  - Matt is a carefree boy who likes to go fishing and can make friends
    with anyone



*************
*   Maya    *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - Start of game (meet her at the Town Square)

- Personality:
  - Normally Cheerful
  - but prone to anger and mood swings
  - Loves to eat
  - Not a good cook

- Lives: 
  - Sundae Inn

- Works: 
  - Sundae Inn, Off Sunday

- B-day: 
  - Fall 24

- Family: 
  - Jake/Father
  - Colleen/Mother
  - Yolanda/Grandmother

- Loves: 
  - Grilled Yam, Sweet Potato Cake, Yam Rice,
    Shining Cheese, Shining Herb Fish, Shining Sushi,
    Chocolate Fondue, Pudding

- Likes: 
  - Most cooked dishes, Clams

- Dislikes: 
  - Toadstool, burnt/ruined dishes

- After Marriage:
  - Calls you: Darling then Papa (baby born)
  - Daily: Caramel River area, Maple Lake area
  - Occasionally: Souffle Farm 


- Rival:
  - Chase


- Heart Events:

  - #1/Visits Home/2 hearts: Receive an item from bachelorette:
    Good Spicy Pepper

  - #2/Lunch Date/4 hearts: Meet girl at beach at noon

  - #3/Request/5 hearts: Get the requested item or do task
    - Item: Maya needs an eel to make Eel Bowl
    - Fish in river (middle or lower parts, every season but Spring)
    - Eels are somewhat rare

  - #4/Visits Home/5 hearts: Receive another item from bachelorette:
    Chocolate Pudding

  - #5/Confession/6 hearts: Meet under Aran's Tree/around 10am or before


- Maya will give you a book about Cooking.


- Rival Heart Events:

  - #1/rival at 2 hearts: Scene triggers
    - Maya's Strawberry Cake: 3pm-11:50pm/not Sun/Sundae Inn

    - Playing as a girl:
      - Chase needs to be at 2 hearts or above

    - Playing as a guy:
      - Maya has to be at 2 hearts or above
      - Enter the Sundae Inn when Chase is inside
      - Maya came to see Chase not Yolanda
      - Chase gives her something to eat
      - Maya tells Chase how good it tastes
      - Chase tells her at least her taste buds are working
      - Maya has brought a cake for Chase to taste
      - Chase declines but finally gives in & critiques it harshly
      - Maya gets upset, calls him a fool, and storms out


  - #2/rival at 3 hearts: Scene triggers
    - I Want to Eat it Everyday: 3pm-11:50pm/not Sun/Sundae Inn

    - Playing as a girl:
      - Chase needs to be at 3 hearts or above

    - Playing as a guy:
      - Maya needs to be at 3 hearts or above
      - Enter the Sundae Inn when Chase is inside
      - Maya has brought the blue feather and shows it to Chase
      - Chase is confused and asks if she is proposing to him
      - Maya says yes & Chase says she shouldn't marry him for
        the love of food but for love itself
      - Maya says she is in love with him but he still won't believe it
      - Maya gets upset and tells Chase what a terrible person he is
      - Maya then cries and says that his food is wonderful and she wants
        to eat it every day
      - Maya gets angry and says how hard it was to get the blue feather
        and tells Chase he is a fool and storms off
      - Once Maya is gone, Chase remarks that he never said he wouldn't
        accept the blue feather and he never had a chance to accept or
        refuse it ...


- Rival Wedding:

  - Wedding will take place in 3 days after #2 rival heart event
  - Make note of the date yourself even though an invitation is
    sent to you because it may arrive on time or late

- Rival's Child Born:

  - One season after the rival wedding their daughter will be born
  - Enter Chase & Maya's house and Maya will introduce baby Dakota

- Rival's Child Grows Up:

  - Two seasons after the rival wedding, their daughter Dakota will be 
    fully grown up
  - Enter Chase & Maya's house and Maya will introduce Dakota again
  - You can now interact with Dakota and she will not grow any more
  - Dakota likes eating but not cooking (cooks better than mom), and
    wants to be lots of things when she grows up like Gourmet Judge,
    Aroma Therapist, Perfume Maker, etc.



*************
*  Anissa   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the start

- Personality:
  - Gentle & Quiet
  - Works at her own pace
  - Smart
  - Skilled at mixing medicine

- Lives: 
  - Souffle Farm

- Works: 
  - Souffle Farm, Off Monday
  - Meringue Clinic (volunteer)

- B-day: 
  - Fall 16

- Family: 
  - Craig/Father
  - Ruth/Mother
  - Taylor/Brother

- Loves: 
  - Herbal Tea, Strawberries, Shining Perfume, Blue Perfume, Yogurt Drink,
    Pickled Eggplant, Pickled Turnips, Blue Herb

- Likes:
  - Herbs, Flowers, Perfume, Pickled dishes, Berry Juice, Tomato Juice,
    Good Cheese, Perfect Cheese, Toadstools 

- Dislikes:
  - Cocktails, Burnt/Ruined Dishes 

- After Marriage:
  - Daily: General Store
  - Saturdays: Souffle Farm


- Rival
  - Jin

- Heart Events:

  - #1/Visits Home/2 hearts: Receive an item from bachelorette:
    Green Herb and she sends you a letter at 2 hearts

  - #2/Lunch Date/4 hearts: Meet girl at beach at noon

  - #3/Request/5 hearts: Get the requested item or do task
    - Item: Snowflake Flower
    - Anissa will give you seeds then grow the flower in Winter
      OR
    - Buy grown flower from Candace at the Spring/Summer Flea Market
      which will be easier than growing the flower yourself

  - #4/Visits Home/5 hearts: Receive another item from bachelorette:
    Stay Awake (medicine)

  - #5/Confession/6 hearts: Meet under Aran's Tree/around 10am or before


- Anissa gives you a book about Farming.


- Rival Heart Events:

  - #1/rival at 2 hearts: Scene triggers
    - The Assertive Doctor: 8:30am-3:50pm/not Mon/Meringue Clinic
      
      - Playing as girl:
        - Jin must be at 2 hearts or above

      - Playing as guy:
        - Anissa must be at 2 hearts or above
        - Enter Meringue Clinic when Jin is inside
        - Anissa worked too hard and collasped
        - Anissa says she is fine and needs to get back to work
        - Jin insists that she needs more rest


  - #2/rival at 3 hearts: Scene triggers
    - Stay by my Side: 8:30am-10:50pm/not Mon/Meringue Clinic

      - Playing as girl:
        - Jin must be at 3 hearts

      - Playing as guy:
        - Anissa must be at 3 hearts
        - Enter Meringue Clinic when Jin is inside
        - Now Jin is the one sick in bed
        - Anissa cares for him with some bitter medicine
        - Anissa says she will return tomorrow
        - Jin asks her to stay by his side ... always
        - Big heart between them and blushing


- Rival Wedding:

  - Wedding will take place in 3 days after #2 rival heart event
  - Make note of the date yourself even though an invitation is
    sent to you because it may arrive on time or late

- Rival's Child Born:

  - One season after the rival wedding their son Van will be born
  - Enter Jin & Anissa's house and Anissa will introduce baby Van

- Rival's Child Grows Up:

  - Two seasons after the rival wedding, their son Van will be fully
    grown up
  - Enter Jin & Anissa's house and Anissa will introduce son Van again
  - You can now interact with son Van and he will not grow any more
  - Van wants to grow up and be like his dad



*************
*  Candace  *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - After the 1st rainbow (green sprite/Daren) is completed the tailoring
    shop will come on the 1st or 15th of the month 
  - Meet her just outside the shop

- Personality:
  - Shy, bashful, quiet
  - Terrified of talking to people
  - Dresses plainly but skilled tailor
  - Teased relentlessly by another child (Julius) when young

- Lives: 
  - Tailor Shop

- Works: 
  - Tailor Shop, Off Sunday

- B-day: 
  - Winter 7

- Family: 
  - Luna/Sister
  - Shelly/Grandmother

- Loves:
  - Herbal Tea, Shining Flax Yarn 

- Likes:
  - All types thread/yarn, Orange Juice, Herb Cookies, herb dishes

- Dislikes:
  - Shining Bamboo Shoots, Stay Awake (medicine)

- After Marriage:
  - Calls you: Anata (proper/husband) then Otousan (Father/child born)
  - Daily: Meringue Clinic
  - Sundays: Tailor Shop


- Rival
  - Julius

- Heart Events:

  - #1/Visits Home/2 hearts: Receive an item from bachelorette: 
    Herbal Tea or Yellow Herb

  - #2/Lunch Date/4 hearts: Meet girl at beach at noon

  - #3/Request/5 hearts: Get the requested item or do task
    - Item: Blue Mist Flower
    - Candace wants to give Luna the flower so Luna can dye her dress
    - Buy Blue Mist Seeds from Souffle Farm in the Fall and grow flower
      - Blue Mist Seeds sold at 3 star farm rank
    - Give the flower to the right sister when she is standing up

  - #4/Visits Home/5 hearts: Receive another item from bachelorette:
    Shining Silk Yarn (thread)

  - #5/Confession/6 hearts: Meet under Aran's Tree/around 10am or before


- Rival Heart Events:

  - #1/rival at 2 hearts: Scene triggers
    - The Old Bully: 7:30am-10:50am/any day/Waffle Town

    - Playing as the girl:
      - Julius needs to be at 2 hearts or above

    - Playing as the guy:
      - Candace needs to be at 2 hearts or above
      - Enter Waffle Town (sunny day, between 8:30am-noon)
      - Julius greets Candace outside of Tailor Shop
      - He tells her she hasn't changed a bit 
      - Candace is confused and asks who he is
      - Candace remembers that Julius was the "girl" that used to bully her
      - Julius tells Candace that she was stupid for thinking that he was a
        girl
      - Luna barges in and starts word fighting with Julius & Candace runs off
      - Julius says he did call Candace names but it was just because he liked
        Candace when they were little
      - Luna tell Julius he needs to patch things up with Candace and then 
        calls Julius an ugly name and Julius gets mad


  - #2/rival at 3 hearts: Scene triggers
    - 120 Percent Sure: 7:30am-10:50am/any day/Waffle Town

    - Playing as a girl:
      - Julius needs 3 hearts or above

    - Playing as a guy:
      - Candace needs 3 hearts or above
      - Enter Waffle Town (sunny day, between 8:30am-noon)
      - Julius greets Candace again & asks why she hasn't worn the dress he
        gave to her but Candace is nervous and doesn't answer
      - Julius asks if it is because she doesn't like his tastes but Candace
        turns her back to him.
      - Julius asks if it is because she is still mad about the past bullying
        and Candace shakes her head no.
      - Julius gets upset and gets close to Candace and demands that she look
        at him and speak to him
      - Their eyes meet and Julius gets real nervous and backs away but Candace
        gets close to Julius and he does the same thing and then calls her an
        ugly name again and says to not touch him
      - Candace gets scared and starts to run away while Luna appears to
        defend her sister.
      - Julius realizes what he did and calls for Candace to come back and he
        starts crying saying that he has been misunderstood and he had come
        to propose to Candace.
      - Julius convinces Luna that he really loves Candace 120 percent sure.
      - Candace who stopped to listen, blushes and walks close to Julius.
      - Big heart appears between them.


- Rival Wedding:

  - Wedding will take place in 3 days after #2 rival heart event
  - Make note of the date yourself even though an invitation is
    sent to you because it may arrive on time or late

- Rival's Child Born:

  - One season after the rival wedding their daughter will be born
  - Enter Julius & Candace's house and Candace will introduce baby Angie

- Rival's Child Grows Up:

  - Two seasons after the rival wedding, their daughter Angie will be 
    fully grown up
  - Enter Julius & Candace's house and Candace will introduce Angie again
  - You can now interact with Angie and she will not grow any more
  - Angie looks like Julius but acts more like Candace but with more
    confidence. She likes mining, making jewelry, and sewing. 


  
*************
*   Luna    *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - Arrives on Island: 
  - After the 1st rainbow (green sprite/Daren) is completed the tailoring
    shop will come on the 1st or 15th of the month 
  - Meet her just inside the shop

- Personality:
  - Younger sister to Candace
  - Protective of older sister
  - Somewhat selfish
  - Doesn't sew very well but tends the shop
  - Has good people skills

- Lives: 
  - Tailor Shop

- Works: 
  - Tailor Shop, Off Sunday

- B-day: 
  - Spring 25

- Family: 
  - Candace/Sister
  - Shelly/Grandmother

- Loves:
  - Shining Wool Yarn, Apple Pie, Pumpkin Pudding, Pumpkin Cake,
    Chocolate Pie, Chestnut Pie

- Likes:
  - Yarns, Silk Yarns (threads), Sweets, Diamonds

- Dislikes:
  - Glass, Yam Cocktail, Spicy Seafood Soup

- After Marriage:
  - Calls you: Darling, then Papa (after baby)
  - Daily: Sundae Inn
  - Sundays: Tailor Shop


- Rival
  - None

- Heart Events:

  - #1/Visits Home/2 hearts: Receive an item from bachelorette:
    Moondrop Flower

  - #2/Lunch Date/4 hearts: Meet girl at beach at noon

  - #3/Request/5 hearts: Get the requested item or do task
    - Item: Blue Mist Flower
    - Luna wants the flower so she can dye her dress
    - Buy Blue Mist Seeds from Souffle Farm in the Fall and grow flower
      - Blue Mist Seeds sold at 3 star farm rank
    - Give the flower to the right sister when she is standing up

  - #4/Visits Home/5 hearts: Receive another item from bachelorette
    Blue Silk Yarn (thread)

  - #5/Confession/6 hearts: Meet under Aran's Tree/around 10am or before



*************
* Phoebe    *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - May be the third to show on island (1st/15th)

- Personality:
  - Inventor who works with machines
  - Doesn't pay attention to surroundings when inventing
  - 
  - 

- Lives: 
  - General Store

- Works: 
  - None, but store off on Mondays

- B-day: 
  - Spring 17

- Family: 
  - Simon/Father
  - Barbara/Mother

- Loves:
  - Rare Metal, Buckwheat Chips, Tempura Buckwheat, Unadon (rice dish)

- Likes:
  - Green Herb, Gold (inspected), Good Cheese, Buckwheat Noodles, Coral,
    Perfect Cheese, Medicines

- Dislikes:
  - Ores (un-inspected), Clams, Clam dishes

- After Marriage:
  - Calls you: Your 1st name, then Father (after baby)
  - Daily: Mostly Ganache Mines and also Caramel Falls
  - Monday: General Store


- Rival
  - Calvin

- Heart Events:

  - #1/Visits Home/2 hearts: Receive an item from bachelorette:
    Blue Wonderful

  - #2/Lunch Date/4 hearts: Meet girl at beach at noon

  - #3/Request/5 hearts: Get the requested item or do task
    - Item: Rare Metal
    - Go to the 10th floor of Ganache Mine and talk to Phoebe
    - Go to the 25th floor & get sparkly ores
    - Take it to Mira for inspection
    - Once you get a rare metal then take it and give it to Phoebe

  - #4/Visits Home/5 hearts: Receive another item from bachelorette:
    Emerald

  - #5/Confession/6 hearts: Meet under Aran's Tree/around 10am or before


- Rival Heart Events:

  - #1/rival at 2 hearts: Scene triggers
    - Exchange of Knowledge: 9am-7:20pm/any day/Ganache Mines

    - Playing as a girl:
      - Calvin needs to be at 2 hearts or above

    - Playing as a guy:
      - Phoebe needs to be at 2 hearts or above
      - Enter Ganache Mines when Calvin is inside
      - Phoebe tells Calvin that it is amazing that he can read ancient
        languages.
      - Calvin says it's nothing and that he thinks that Phoebe's notes
        are amazing.
      - Phoebe says that she's been doing better since meeting him
      - Calvin says that he is glad he can help her and Phoebe says that
        she is glad that he came to the island


  - #2/rival at 3 hearts: Scene triggers
    - Hero and Heroine: 9am-7:20pm/any day/Gananche Mines

    - Playing as a girl:
      - Calvin needs to be at 3 hearts

    - Playing as a guy:
      - Phoebe needs to be at 3 hearts
      - Enter Ganache Mines when Calvin is inside
      - Calvin tells Phoebe about some of his adventures
      - Phoebe says he is like a hero in an adventure story
      - Calvin says that a hero needs to have a heroine to protect
      - Phoebe says she is not pretty enough to fit that role
      - Calvin asks if she would come along as his partner & she agrees
      - Calvin pops out the blue feather & Phoebe agrees to be his
        partner for life.
      - Big heart between them and blushing

- Rival Wedding:

  - Wedding will take place in 3 days after #2 rival heart event
  - Make note of the date yourself even though an invitation is
    sent to you because it may arrive on time or late

- Rival's Child Born:

  - One season after the rival wedding their son will be born
  - Enter Calvin & Phoebe's house and Phoebe will introduce baby Heath

- Rival's Child Grows Up:

  - Two seasons after the rival wedding, their son Heath will be 
    fully grown up
  - Enter Calvin & Phoebe's house and Phoebe will introduce Heath again
  - You can now interact with Heath and he will not grow any more
  - Heath is a curious boy interested in everything except school. He
    wants to grow up as a master of puzzle and board games.



*************
*  Kathy    *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the start
  - Break boulder to Brownie Ranch and then meet her in the 
    Sundae Inn Bar

- Personality:
  - Helps father at the Sundae Inn Bar
  - Likes to ride horses
  - Older-sister type
  - Bold speaking but likes to cook

- Lives: 
  - Sundae Inn

- Works: 
  - Sundae Inn Bar, Off Sunday

- B-day: 
  - Summer 3

- Family: 
  - Hayden/Father

- Loves:
  - Rice Cocktail, Cheese Fondue, Red Perfume

- Likes:
  - All cocktails, all cheese, Red Herbs, Anemone Flowers, Carrot
    Juice, Pizza, Grilled Corn, Sauteed Clams, Omelet Rice, Tomato
    Juice, Corn

- Dislikes:
  - Any chocolate dish, mushrooms

- After Marriage:
  - Calls you: By your 1st name, then Daddy (baby born)
  - Daily: Blacksmith Shop
  - Sunday: Sundae Inn


- Rival
  - None but hangs around Owen (both love horses)

- Heart Events:

  - #1/Visits Home/2 hearts: Receive an item from bachelorette
    Very Berry and sends you a letter at 2 hearts

  - #2/Lunch Date/4 hearts: Meet girl at beach at noon

    - Do you want some more?

    - "I'm Full"
      - Conciders it a rejection - lose a full heart

    - "Keep it coming"
      - Conciders it a compliment - gain a full heart

  - #3/Requested at 5 hearts: Get the requested item or do task
    - Task: Win the Horse Racing game
      - Get Kathy to 5-6 hearts
      - Win the race and Kathy will kiss you

  - #4/Visits Home/5 hearts: Receive another item from bachelorette
    Seafood Pizza

  - #5/Confession/6 hearts: Meet under Aran's Tree/around 10am or before



*************
*  Selena   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - First meet at Flower Festival (Spring 10, Year 1) and then she
    will move from Toucan Island to Waffle Island shortly after
    - Buy her a Lily Flower (does not come out of your funds)

- Personality:
  - Dancer that has traveled a lot (from a southern Island - Toucan)
  - Parents are still on Toucan Island 
  - Selfish and somewhat domineering
  - Full-figured and doesn't talk much or like other people to talk a lot
  - Doesn't like the cold

- Lives: 
  - Sundae Inn

- Works: 
  - None but Sundae Inn is off on Sunday

- B-day: 
  - Summer 26

- Family: 
  - Samson/Father (Toucan Island)
  - Sue/Mother (Toucan Island)

- Loves:
  - Coconut Cocktail, Southern Omelet Rice, Red Perfume

- Likes:
  - Cocktails, jewels/gems, Good Cheese, Perfect Cheese,
    - might also try Lily Flower, Rose Flower (red)

- Dislikes:
  - Ores, fish from river, burnt/ruined dishes

- After Marriage:
  - Calls you: 
  - Daily: On The Hook
  - Occasionally: 


- Rival
  - None

- Heart Events:

  - #1/Visits Home/2 hearts: Receive an item from bachelorette:
    Coral

  - #2/Lunch Date/4 hearts: Meet girl at beach at noon

  - #3/Request/5 hearts: Get the requested item or do task
    - Task: Deliver message
    - Go to Toucan (southern island) and talk to Sue (get message)
    - Go to Waffle Town and talk to Selena (give message)
    - Go back to Toucan and talk to Sue (completed deliver message)

  - #4/Visits Home/5 hearts: Receive another item from bachelorette:
    Coconut Cocktail

  - #5/Confession/6 hearts: Meet under Aran's Tree/around 10am or before


 

Couples that Marry and have Kids:
---------------------------------

- If you marry one of the eligible people of the Marriage Sets then the
  special child will not be born and you won’t be able to interact with it.
- There are several eligible individuals who are attracted to each other
  but do not marry. If you marry one of these (Marriage Individuals)
  then all the Marriage Sets will still have their special children once
  you trigger their events.
- If a guy from the Marriage Sets marries a girl from the Marriage Sets
  then the girl will move into the guy’s house. 
- If your girl character marries a guy from the Marriage Sets then the
  guy will move into your house.
- You can interact with special children once they grow some.
- Special children will usually act like one parent and look like the other
- Any special event (like marriages, births, etc) will be acknowledged by
  all the people but only for about 5 days so talk to everyone to see what
  things they say in that time.


Marriage Sets:
--------------

Jin/Anissa        -- special child: Van
Toby/Renee        -- special child: Matt
Chase/Maya        -- special child: Dakota
Julius/Candace    -- special child: Angie
Calvin/Phoebe     -- special child: Heath


Marriage Individuals:
---------------------

Gill
Luke
Owen
Selena
Kathy
Luna




- Note:
 
  The Marriage Individuals can still be attracted to others but will
  not marry or have any events regarding each other (Gill/Roomy, Kathy/Owen,
  etc). This leaves you free to take your time and marry them without a
  rival marrying them before you. Or, you can go for the challenge and
  marry someone from the marriage sets list.

  They may be hanging out around the other individual or it may be as
  simple as they share a common interest. Example: Kathy may be hanging
  out around Owen because they both like horses.



===============================
XII.   Villagers/Islanders
===============================


- Speak to all people you can at all times. This will raise their heart
  levels and get you closer to having enough hearts to grow the Seedling
  of Hope.

- Villagers/Islanders will have days off (usually when their shop is closed).
  At these times they tend to gather in several places
  - Sunday: Days Off For: Selena, Chase, Kathy, Jake, Colleen, Yolanda, Hayden
  - Monday: Days Off For: Pheobe, Barbara, Simon

- Villagers also tend to gather at certain places:
  - Waffle Town Square
  - Sundae Inn
  - Mayor Hamilton's House (right side)
  - Maple Lake
  - Goddess Church (open everyday/7am-6pm)
  - Caramel Falls
  - Ganache Mines (Entrance)
  - Praline Forest - Luke

- You can use tracking to follow individuals to met them and learn their
  schedules

- Houses are usually locked between 8pm-7am

- Sometimes individuals will stay home during rain/snow even if their
  business is open

- The Town Hall in Waffle Town keeps resident cards on everyone you
  have met on Waffle Town Island. You can see the residents cards by
  going to the Town Hall during business hours (8am-5pm/closed Sunday)
  and pressing the A button in front of the counter. You can check
  all heart levels here as well as in your main menu under the friend
  section. The resident cards give slightly more detail than your
  friend section.

- Birthdays plus a few items the person likes are also listed on the
  resident card. Gifts given on birthdays count for double points.
  See Calendar section for birthdays.

- Each heart/level is worth 100 points X 10 hearts = 1,000 points

- You will probably notice when a heart level changes because the
  person will say something new

- Talk to everyone everyday to raise everyone's heart levels


- Friendship/Gift Points

  - Islanders will get friendship points only and marriageable persons
    will get love points only (gifts, talking, events, etc)

  - You can have a maximum of 15 points per day per any person for a
    combination of anything except gift giving

  - You can have a maximum of 10 points per day per any person for
    gift giving

  - Talking to any person gets you 5 points towards friendship
    points (islander) or love points (marriagable person)

  - Gifts they love count for 10 heart points per gift. 
    - You can not give a second Most Favorite Gift because it would
      go over the 10 point total gift cap. It will not be accepted
      by the person because it is over the gift cap.

  - Liked but not loved gifts count for 8 points for 1st gift
    and 2 points for 2nd gift (notice the 10 point gift cap)

  - So, the best strategy is to give someone one a gift they love
    and then talk to them each day (10 gift pts + 5 talk pts = 15 pts)

  - Giving disliked gifts will lower heart levels by -2. Unlike gifts
    that raise heart levels, gifts that lower heart levels can be
    given as many times as you want on the same day. The heart level
    of the individual will decrease by -2 with every disliked gift.

- You need to complete the 1st rainbow to allow the wind to start
  blowing and the ferry service to start bringing new people to the
  island. Complete this as soon as possible. It will take a little
  while for everyone to move onto the island. This will open up new
  options and new areas.


- The order people move in may be tied to what and when you do things on
  your farm & completing the 1st rainbow by Year 1/Spring's end but here
  is a general list:

  - Shelly, Candace, Luna/Tailor Shop - Year 1/Summer 1
  - Calvin - Year 1/Summer 15
  - Chase - Year 1/Fall 1
  - Phoebe - Year 1/Fall 15
  - Julius - Year 1/Winter 1
  - Taylor - Year 1/Winter 15
  - Gray - Year 2/Spring 1
  - Perry - Year 2/Spring 15
  - Paolo - Year 2/Summer 1



*************
* Hamilton  *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the start
  - Meet in the beginning scenes in Waffle Town

- Personality:
  - Mayor of Waffle Town
  - He is worried about the Goddess Tree on the island and wants
    to bring it back to life
  - Well-mannered and likes you from the start
  - Enjoys drawing and artwork

- Lives: 
  - Mayor Hamilton's House

- Works: 
  - Mayor of Waffle Town, always working

- B-day: 
  - Spring 13

- Family: 
  - Gill/Son

- Loves:
  - Potatoes Grautin, Sauteed Potato, Stew, Tempura Buckwheat,
    Mashed Potato, Potato Miso Soup

- Likes:
  - Good Potato, Moondrop Flower, Yellow Herb, Blue Herb, Good
    Egg, Good Milk, Shining Raw Silk, Good Mayonnaise, Good Butter,
    Good Cheese, Shining Yarn, all dyed yarn, egg dishes, fish dishes,
    rice dishes, potato dishes, Bamboo Shoot Stew, Pumpkin Stew, etc.

- Dislikes:
  - All cocktails, Junk Ore, Burnt/Ruined dishes

- Schedule:
  - Morning: At his house
  - Afternoon: Town Square
  - Monday/Wednesday/Saturday: Church, then Sundae Inn Bar
  - Rain/Snow Days: At his house

- Gives you recipe for Potato Stew
- Gives you Key to his secret garden
- He is your guide around town in the beginning



*************
*   Jake    *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the Start
  - Meet at the Sundae Inn

- Personality:
  - Gentle
  - Colleen's husband & Maya's father
  - Likes gardening and loves Colleen a lot

- Lives: 
  - Sundae Inn

- Works: 
  - Owner of Sundae Inn, Off Sunday

- B-day: 
  - Fall 28

- Family: 
  - Yolanda/Mother
  - Colleen/Wife
  - Maya/Daughter

- Loves:
  - Apple Pie, Apple Cocktail

- Likes:
  - Potatoes, all cocktails

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Around the Sundae Inn during day
  - Does business paperwork at night


*************
*  Colleen  *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the start
  - Meet at the Sundae Inn

- Personality:
  - She is a great wife
  - She cooks, cleans, does laundry
  - She also waits tables

- Lives: 
  - Sundae Inn

- Works: 
  - Co-owner of Sundae Inn, Off Sunday

- B-day: 
  - Winter 12

- Family: 
  - Jake/Husband
  - Maya/Daughter
  - Yolanda/Mother-in-law

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - Roses, all fruit, Apple Cocktail

- Dislikes:
  - Sashimi, Sushi

- Schedule:
  - Serving at the counter during day
  - Main floor of the inn at night


*************
*  Yolanda  *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the start
  - Meet at the Sundae Inn

- Personality:
  - Head Chef at the Sundae Inn
  - Owns house in Waffle Town (find recipes here)
  - Maya's grandmother
  - Maya & Chase are her cook apprentices
  - In charge of the Cooking Contest

- Lives: 
  - Sundae Inn

- Works: 
  - Sundae Inn cook, off Sunday

- B-day: 
  - Summer 10

- Family: 
  - Jake/Son
  - Colleen/Daughter-in-law
  - Maya/Granddaughter

- Loves:
  - Chocolate Cake

- Likes:
  - Boiled dishes, Stews, Milk Tea, Herbal Tea

- Dislikes:
  - Bamboo Shoots

- Schedule:
  - Working in Sundae Inn kitchen during day
  - At house at night


*************
*   Chloe   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the Start
  - Meet at Ramsey's Blacksmith or Ganache Mines

- Personality:
  - Granddaughter of Ramsey
  - Loves mining in the Ganache Mines
  - Kind and wise beyond her young years

- Lives: 
  - Ramsey's Blacksmith

- Works: 
  - None/Child, but Blacksmith's off on Monday

- B-day: 
  - Summer 27

- Family: 
  - Ramsey/Grandfather
  - Owen/Cousin

- Loves:
  - Chocolate Cake

- Likes:
  - Chocolate, all juices, Seasoned Egg

- Dislikes:
  - Spicy dishes, medicines

- Schedule:
  - Spends most of her time in Ganache Mines
  - Spends some time in Ramsey's Blacksmith

- She will give you a Red Wonderful the 1st time you meet
- She tells you that you need a hammer when you go in the mines


*************
*  Barbara  *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the start
  - Meet at the General Store

- Personality:
  - Simon's Wife
  - Waits for Phoebe to return to island
  - Kind and pleasant

- Lives: 
  - General Store

- Works: 
  - Co-owner of General Store, off Monday

- B-day: 
  - Summer 23

- Family: 
  - Simon/Husband
  - Phoebe/Daughter

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - Vegetable Juice, Vegetable Sandwich, Pudding,
    Sweet Yam Cake, Strawberry Milk, Sweets

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Around the General Store during day 


*************
*   Simon   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the Start
  - Meet at the General Store

- Personality:
  - Owner of General Store
  - Extremely hard worker
  - Runs booth at the Spring & Summer Flea Markets
  - Often wishes his store had more to sell (it has a lot)

- Lives: 
  - General Store

- Works: 
  - General Store, Off Monday

- B-day: 
  - 8 Winter

- Family: 
  - Barbara/Wife
  - Phoebe/Daughter

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - Yam Dishes

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Serves at the counter during day


*************
*  Pascal   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the Start
  - Meet on Pascal's Ferry Boat

- Personality:
  - Boat Captain
  - Has a passion for the sea
  - Thoughtful & Kind

- Lives: 
  - On The Hook, Off Monday

- Works: 
  - Ferry Service (after 1st rainbow done)

- B-day: 
  - 3 Winter

- Family: 
  - None

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - Fish dishes, Clams

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Around On The Hook (fish Co.) during day
  - Around dock sometimes at night

- He will take you to Toucan Island
- He will ferry new people to the island
- He will ferry goods and services on/off the island
- He will ferry your child to a new island (newgame+)

- He operates a booth at the Ocean Festival


*************
*  Ramsey   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the start
  - Meet at Ramsey's Blacksmith

- Personality:
  - Grandpa to Chloe
  - Owner of the Blacksmith
  - Strict but a very skilled/fast worker
  - Kind but demands the best from everyone

- Lives: 
  - Ramsey's Blacksmith

- Works: 
  - Ramsey's Blacksmith, Off Monday

- B-day: 
  - 5 Spring

- Family: 
  - Chloe/Granddaughter
  - Owen/Grandnephew

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - Sushi, Buckwheat Noodles

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Serves at the left counter during day
  - Around his shop during the night

- He gives you the Buckwheat Noodle recipe.


*************
*   Cain    *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the Start (Unlock Brownie Ranch Area in Spring)
  - Meet at Brownie Ranch

- Personality:
  - Co-owner of Brownie Ranch
  - Kind & Wise
  - Hard Worker

- Lives: 
  - Brownie Ranch

- Works: 
  - Brownie Ranch, Off Monday

- B-day: 
  - 6 Summer

- Family: 
  - Hannah/Wife
  - Renee/Daughter

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - Stews, Yogurt

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Around Brownie Ranch during day


- He gives you the basic Sickle.


*************
*  Hannah   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the start (Unlock Brownie Ranch Area in Spring)
  - Meet at her booth at the 1st Animal Festival or if you
    unlock Brownie Ranch before Spring 28 then meet her at
    Brownie Ranch

- Personality:
  - Owner of Brownie Ranch
  - Very friendly & out-going
  - Happy individual

- Lives: 
  - Brownie Ranch

- Works: 
  - Brownie Ranch, Off Monday

- B-day: 
  - 4 Winter

- Family: 
  - Cain/Husband
  - Renee/Daughter

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - Egg dishes

- Dislikes:
  - Cocktails

- Schedule:
  - Serves behind counter during day


- She operates a booth at the Animal Festival


*************
*   Mira   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the Start
  - Meet her at the graveyard west of the church/sunny day

- Personality:
  - Inspects/appraises ores/wonderfuls
  - Talented jewelry maker
  - Widow of a metal smith
  - Kind but mourns for her late husband

- Lives: 
  - Mira's House/Maple Lake Area

- Works: 
  - Ramsey's Blacksmith, Off Monday

- B-day: 
  - 10 Winter

- Family: 
  - Julius/possibly nephew
  - 

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - Strawberry Milk, Juices, all gems

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Serves behind right counter during day
  - Around her home at night

- She operates a booth at the Arts Festival
- Check her kitchen for useful recipes


*************
*  Hayden   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the start (Unlock Brownie Ranch Area in Spring)
  - Meet at Waffle Town & later at Sundae Inn Bar

- Personality:
  - Bartender at the Sundae Inn Bar
  - Kathy's Father
  - Brawly but has artistic and cultural interests
  - Collects teapots and loves nature

- Lives: 
  - Sundae Inn

- Works: 
  - Sundae Inn Bar, Off Sunday

- B-day: 
  - 21 Spring

- Family: 
  - Kathy/Daughter
  - 

- Loves:
  - Rice Cocktail

- Likes:
  - Pizza, all cocktails

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Often at the beach during day
  - Serves at the bar at night


*************
*   Craig   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the start
  - Meet at Souffle Farm

- Personality:
  - Owner of Souffle Farm
  - Very kind heart under a tough shell
  - He likes bird-watching
  - He will be your guide/teacher through the Homestay process

- Lives: 
  - Souffle Farm

- Works: 
  - Souffle Farm, Off Saturday

- B-day: 
  - 6 Fall

- Family: 
  - Ruth/Wife
  - Anissa/Daughter
  - Taylor/Son

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - Spicy dishes, Salad

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Around Souffle Farm during day


- This is where you will do the Homestay
- He gives you your basic Watering Can
- He gives you your basic Hoe
- He gives you the Pickle Cabbage recipe
- He operates a booth at the Harvest Festival 


*************
*   Ruth    *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the start
  - Meet at Souffle Farm

- Personality:
  - Co-owner of Souffle Farm
  - Helps you with the Homestay process
  - Has problems with headaches

- Lives: 
  - Souffle Farm

- Works: 
  - Souffle Farm, Off Saturday

- B-day: 
  - 6 Spring

- Family: 
  - Craig/Husband
  - Anissa/Daughter
  - Taylor/Son (Taylor's Seeds)

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - Blue Mist Flower, Perfect Strawberry, Spinach

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Serves behind counter during day
  - Around Souffle Farm at night


*************
*   Irene   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the start
  - Meet at Meringue Clinic

- Personality:
  - Doctor/now mainly midwife
  - Jin's Grandmother
  - Likes to knit
  - Delivers all Waffle Island babies

- Lives: 
  - Meringue Clinic

- Works: 
  - Meringue Clinic, Off Monday

- B-day: 
  - 20 Fall

- Family: 
  - Jin/Grandson

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - Tomato Juice, Herbal Tea, Pumpkin, all herbs

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Serves behind counter during day
  - Likes to visit the Tailor Shop


*************
*   Ozzie   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the start
  - Meet at On The Hook (fish co.)

- Personality:
  - Owner of On The Hook
  - Happy
  - Helpful

- Lives: 
  - On The Hook

- Works: 
  - On The Hook, Off Monday

- B-day: 
  - 23 Winter

- Family: 
  - Paolo/Son
  - Toby/Nephew

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - All fish dishes, Fish Meuniere

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Around On The Hook during day



*************
*   Dale    *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the start
  - Meet at Carpenter Shop

- Personality:
  - Owner of Carpenter Shop
  - Big and Gruff but kind hearted
  - Knowledgeable about trees and nature
  - Bo is his apprentice

- Lives: 
  - Carpenter Shop

- Works: 
  - Carpenter Shop, Off Saturday

- B-day: 
  - 14 Summer

- Family: 
  - Luke/Son

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - Spicy dishes, mushroom dishes, Mushroom Rice

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Serves behind counter during day
 

- He is instrumental in gaining the right side of the quilt


*************
*   Elli    *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the start
  - Meet her at the Town Hall

- Personality:
  - Weather Girl
  - Sells land for the mayor
  - Came to be Yolanda's apprentice but instead worked for mayor
  - Hometown is Flower Bud Village & she is just here for training
  - Sweet, proper, and helpful

- Lives: 
  - Yolanda's House

- Works: 
  - Town Hall, Off Sunday

- B-day: 
  - 1 Fall

- Family: 
  - None

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - Cakes, Strawberry Milk, Chestnut Pie, Moondrop Flower

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Serves behind counter on bottom floor of Town Hall during day
  - Around Yolanda's house at night

- Not eligible in this game to marry but is eligible to marry
  in other Harvest Moon (HM) games. She is a nurse in other HM games.


*************
*   Gray    *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - After 1st Rainbow (green sprite: Daren) completed
  - Probably will be the seventh arrival
  - Meet at Brownie Ranch/barn & coop area around 10am
    - If cutscene doesn't trigger then try entering Brownie Ranch
      on foot and not on your horse or ostrich 

- Personality:
  - Rancher
  - Shy with a tough shell but very kind underneath it all
  - Loves horses and raises/trains the best
  - Hometown is Flower Bud Village/Green Ranch & he is here to share
    his renowned expertise in raising ranch animals (especially horses)

- Lives: 
  - Gray's House/Maple Lake Area

- Works: 
  - Brownie Ranch, Off Monday

- B-day: 
  - 4 Spring

- Family: 
  - None

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - Omelet, Omelet Rice

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Brownie Ranch meadow training horses during day
  - Around Maple Lake Area (owns a house there) at night

- Not eligible to marry in this game to marry (Nooooo!) but is eligible
  in other Harvest Moon (HM) games to marry. He actually makes a great
  husband! (now if he would just lose the hat, lol)

- He will be your biggest competition at the Animal Contest


*************
*    Bo     *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the start
  - Meet at Praline Forest (near Carpenter Shop)

- Personality:
  - Dale's apprentice
  - Friendly and enjoys helping others
  - Admires Luke's carpentry skill

- Lives: 
  - Carpenter Shop

- Works: 
  - Carpenter Shop, Off Saturday

- B-day: 
  - 2 Summer

- Family: 
  - None 

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - Green Bell Flower, mushroom dishes

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Cutting trees in Praline Forest
  - Around Carpenter Shop

- He is instrumental in shortcut event (Caramel River to Ganache Mines)
- He operates a booth at the Arts Festival


*************
*  Shelly   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - After 1st Rainbow (green sprite: Daren) completed
  - Always the 1st shop/family to move in after 1st rainbow done
  - Meet at Tailor Shop

- Personality:
  - Grandma of Candace & Luna
  - Very skilled at tailoring services
  - Very kind-hearted
  - She is teaching her granddaughters the tailoring business

- Lives: 
  - Tailor Shop

- Works: 
  - Tailor Shop, Off Sunday

- B-day: 
  - 19 Winter

- Family: 
  - Candace/Granddaughter
  - Luna/Granddaughter

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - All yarns, Chestnuts, Pickles, Herbal Tea

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Around Tailor Shop during day


- She will upgrade your rucksacks for free when you bring her
  the necessary ingredients (1st upgrade free & no ingredients)


*************
*  Samson   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the start (Do 1st rainbow & the rainbow to Toucan Island)
  - Meet at the Pineapple Inn

- Personality:
  - Owner of Pineapple Inn
  - Bold, Happy, and kind
  - Selena's father

- Lives: 
  - Pineapple Inn

- Works: 
  - Pineapple Inn, always working

- B-day: 
  - 21 Summer

- Family: 
  - Sue/Wife (Toucan Island)
  - Selena/Daughter (Sundae Inn)

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - Chocolate, all cocktails

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Around Pineapple Inn during the day


- Toucan Island is always sunny even when you are having
  a typhoon on waffle Island but ferry is closed on Mondays


*************
*    Sue    *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - From the start (Do 1st rainbow & the rainbow to Toucan Island)
  - Meet the first time you step on Toucan Island

- Personality:
  - Co-owner of Pineapple Inn
  - Expert Fisherwoman
  - Cheerful & Happy

- Lives: 
  - Pineapple Inn

- Works: 
  - Pineapple Inn, always working

- B-day: 
  - 27 Spring

- Family: 
  - Samson/Husband (Toucan Island)
  - Selena/Daughter (Sundae Inn)

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - All seafood, all tropical fruits

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - On the beaches of Toucan Island during the day


- Sue is instrumental in the Message to Selena event which heals
  Selena and her parents relationships - Sue will give you a
  Manta Ray when the message sequence is completed.

- Toucan Island is always sunny even when you are having
  a typhoon on waffle Island



*************
*   Taylor  *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - After 1st Rainbow (green sprite: Daren) completed
  - Probably the 6th arrival
  - Arrives at your door in the morning (enter and re-exit
    your house around 7am-10am if he doesn't appear earlier)
  - Meet at Souffle Farm to meet in person after introduction
    (or other places as mentioned below)
  - Make sure you have space in your rucksack for buying seeds
    when he first appears at your door

- Personality:
  - Son who competes with the family business
  - Admires his sister Anissa
  - He is a unique (and active) individual

- Lives: 
  - Souffle Farm

- Works: 
  - Taylor's Seeds (Telephone Orders Only/day or night)

- B-day: 
  - 19 Summer

- Family: 
  - Craig/Father
  - Ruth/Mother
  - Anissa/Sister

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - Chocolate, Pizza

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Around Souffle Farm during parts of the day and at night
  - Also wanders around Caramel area just before & after noonish
  - Can sometimes be found wandering around Waffle Town


- He will come to your door when he arrives on the island to introduce
  himself. He will let you buy seeds at his introduction but ONLY if
  you have available room in your rucksack at that point in time. At
  all other times then you will just call him on the phone and order
  what you want. Everything will be immediately deposited into your
  rucksack. Meeting him when he comes to the door or calling him on the
  telephone does not count as actually meeting him. For him to appear
  on the known islander/villager list and the Town Hall residence list
  then you have to personally talk to him again (this is also neccesary
  for him to show up at the Flea Markets to sell at his booth).



*************
*   Perry   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - After 1st Rainbow (green sprite: Daren) completed
  - Probably the eighth arrival
  - Meet at the Meringue Clinic

- Personality:
  - Irene's young apprentice
  - Hard worker and diligent about his work
  - Grinds ingredients for medicines
  - Interested in traditional medicine

- Lives: 
  - Meringue Clinic

- Works: 
  - Meringue Clinic, Off Monday

- B-day: 
  - 20 Spring

- Family: 
  - None 

- Loves:
  - Herbal Tea

- Likes:
  - Rice dishes

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Around the Meringue Clinic during the day


- Perry will take over/help with Chloe's job of running through the streets
  wishing everyone a Happy New Year


*************
*   Paolo   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: 
  - After 1st Rainbow (green sprite: Daren) completed
  - Probably the ninth (and last) to arrive
  - Meet him at On The Hook

- Personality:
  - Son of Ozzie
  - Came to island to live & work with his father
  - Happy and energetic

- Lives: 
  - On The Hook

- Works: 
  - On The Hook, Off Monday

- B-day: 
  - 20 Winter

- Family: 
  - Ozzie/Father
  - Toby/Cousin

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - Grilled Clams, all fish dishes, Banana

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Around On The Hook during the day


**************
*    Van     *
**************


- Arrives on Island: (birth)
  - Jin & Anissa must be married to acquire their son

- Personality:
  - Son who wants to grow up like his dad
  - Intelligent and loves to read
  - He wants to be a doctor when he grows up
  - He loves medicines and healthy drinks

- Lives: 
  - Jin's House (Dad)/Maple Lake Area

- Works: 
  - None/Child

- B-day: 
  - Set in-game when he is born

- Family: 
  - Jin/Father
  - Anissa/Mother

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - Tomato Juice, Potato, herbs

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Around Maple Lake area during the day


*************
*   Matt    *
*************


- Arrives on Island: (birth)
  - Toby & Renee must be married to acquire a son

- Personality:
  - Son of Toby & Renee
  - Loves fishing with his dad & mom
  - He loves nature and is very observant

- Lives: 
  - Toby's House/Maple Lake Area

- Works: 
  - none/child

- B-day: 
  - Set in-game when he is born

- Family: 
  - Toby/Father
  - Anissa/Mother

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - Fish dishes, all fruit, Grilled Clam

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Caramel Falls fishing with his dad during the morning
  - Around Maple Lake area


*************
*  Dakota   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: (birth)
  - Chase & Maya must be married to acquire a daughter

- Personality:
  - Daughter of Chase & Maya
  - Cheerful and friendly
  - Spends a lot of time at her grandma Yolanda's house
  - Has learned to be a good cook at a young age

- Lives: 
  - Chase's House/Maple Lake Area

- Works: 
  - none/child

- B-day: 
  - Set in-game when she is born

- Family: 
  - Chase/Father
  - Maya/Mother

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - Pumpkin, Chestnut, Sweet Potato Cake, Sweets

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Around Maple Lake area during the day
  - At Yolanda's House


*************
*   Angie   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: (birth)
  - Julius & Candace must be married to acquire a daughter

- Personality:
  - Daughter of Julius & Candace
  - She loves to sew anything she can
  - She also loves fashion

- Lives: 
  - Julius' House/Maple Lake Area

- Works: 
  - none/child

- B-day: 
  - Set in-game when she is born

- Family: 
  - Julius/Father
  - Candace/Mother

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - Strawberry, juices, jams

- Dislikes:
  - Spicy dishes

- Schedule:
  - Around Maple Lake area during the day


*************
*   Heath   *
*************


- Arrives on Island: (birth)
  - Calvin & Phoebe must be married to acquire a son

- Personality:
  - Son of Calvin & Phoebe
  - Loves mining all day long
  - Loves exploring and finding ore and gems

- Lives: 
  - Calvin's House/Maple Lake Area

- Works: 
  - none/child

- B-day: 
  - Set in-game when he is born

- Family: 
  - Calvin/Father
  - Phoebe/Mother

- Loves:
  - 

- Likes:
  - Seasoned Egg, Egg dishes, Pancake

- Dislikes:
  - 

- Schedule:
  - Ganache Mines during the day
  - Around Maple Lake area at night
 


===============================
     Playing as your Child
===============================



Child Growing Stages (Brief):
-----------------------------


- Your child is “grown” at 1 year of age

   - season 1: learns to crawl
   - season 2: learns to walk
   - season 3: learns to talk
   - season 4: all grown up

   - See Child section for more details



Journey Rucksack Details:
-------------------------


Note: You will want to use up or ship any stored items before playing
      as your child. Any stored items in fridges, shelves and the
      fridges and shelves themselves will be lost when you start
      playing your child file. If you ship the items then you will
      still keep that money when you play as your child.


Complete Sequence of the Journey Rucksack:

- You can trigger the rucksack scene after your child is fully grown at
  one year's old or any time later in the game even if he/she has been
  one year's old forever:

   - As early as your child's 1st birthday you can start the process of
     the journey rucksack/newgame+/play as your child file: 
     - Talk to your child and he/she will ask you if you believe in fairies
     - Answer "Maybe"
     - Your child will say that they saw the sprites and then say that the
       spouse said it was just a dream
     - Your child asks you again if you believe in fairies/sprites
     - Answer "Of Course"
     - Your child will be very happy (or lose 100 pts if you disagree but
       don't disagree if you want to continue)
     - The next morning at 6am, the mayor is at your door declaring that
       your child is ready for the journey rucksack
     - The next morning your child will tell you that she saw the Harvest
       Goddess in a dream asking for help. Your child wants to help.
     - Go to the Harvest Goddess Spring and trigger an event
     - The Harvest Goddess tells you that another island needs help
       because the soil is too weak
     - You tell her that you will help but she says that it is your
       child that needs to help and not you
     - She tells you that when you are ready, to come back to the Goddess
       Spring and she will tell you the ingredients for the journey
       rucksack
     - You can leave and then enter right back in or come back later
     - When you come back into the Goddess Spring then the Goddess will
       tell you the ingredients for the journey rucksack
       - Shining Wool Yarn, Shining Flax Yarn, Black Pearl, Rare Metal
     - You now can rush ahead to play as your child (newgame+) or you can
       wait a while. In fact, you can even collect all the ingredients,
       give them to the Goddess, she makes the rucksack for you and gives
       it back to you. It isn't until you actually give the rucksack to
       your child that it really puts the newgame+ actions in motion.
       Once you give the journey rucksack to your child and save your
       game, then there is no going back (unless you save your newgame+
       to another file, lol)

     - When you are ready, give your child the journey ruck that the
       Goddess made out of the ingredients you gave her. It will be in
       a slot in your rucksack.
     - You have to give it to your child while he/she is at home or else
       your child will not accept it
     - Your child will be very excited to get the rucksack but your
       spouse will intervene before he/she can accept it saying it is
       "too soon"
     - Your child will then decide that she has to do something to get
       the spouse to forgive him/her (because spouse is mad at child)
     - The next day your child will be nowhere to be found, not even
       on the map
     - Go to bed that night. In the middle of the night an event will
       trigger
     - Your spouse will wake you worried that your child has not come
       home yet. You will then be outside with your spouse complaining
       about what side your child gets his/her independence from
     - Your child now appears in the path with a special gift from the
       mines for your spouse. If the spouse keeps it then everything
       will be alright.
     - The spouse will now apologize for their behavior and that she
       misunderstood
     - You will be asked if you truly wish to give your child the
       journey rucksack
       - If you answer yes then a newgame+ will start
       - If you answer no then your original game will continue and
         you can give the journey rucksack at a later date
     - Assuming you said yes, you will then be at the pier with everyone
     - Your child will thank you and tell you that she loves you both
     - Your child will then get on the boat with Pascal and sail out
       into the sea
     - The game credits will now roll
     - Next you are given the opportunity to save your game
       - You can save it in a new file slot (you keep both files)
       - Or you can save it over your original file (your original file
         will be gone forever)
     - Now reload the child file (newgame+)
     - Your child will be the main character but the gender he/she was in the
       original file
     - The child file will begin on Year 1/Spring 1 at 10am at Sundae Inn
     - Welcome to your brand new life ... with just a few perks!


Newgame+:

   - You Keep:
 
   - All your previous money PLUS 10,000 G
   - All tool skills levels (up to lvl 3)
     - This means you can get into Brownie Ranch immediately
   - All previously made/found/received recipes, books, letters, and 
     item lists (not actual items)
   - All makers (after rebuilding coop & barn)


   - You Lose:

   - All previously owned property
   - All items in your inventory and furniture in your houses
   - All building materials in inventory
   - You will have to rebuild the coop & barn but will get the makers in
     them for free when buildings are rebuilt
   - You will have to re-establish all relationships
   - All heart levels are reset for all people and animals
   - All marriages are reset so no one is married now
   - You can choose to marry anyone again including the same person
   - Complete story (rainbows/Goddess Tree/etc) needs to be done again
   - No children born yet
 
   Basically it is like a New Game+ (New Game but continuation with benefits) 
     

Additional Information:

- You get an option to play as your child after you restore the Goddess Tree
  and she makes the journey rucksack with the ingredients that you give her:
   - You need to restore the 5/6 rainbows before restoring the Goddess Tree
     and meeting the Harvest Goddess
   - You need to listen to Mayor Hamilton's dialogue about the rucksack
   - You need to make the Journey Rucksack
     - Shining Wool Yarn, Shining Flax Yarn, Black Pearl, and Rare Metal
   - You can chose to then give your child a “journey rucksack” to play as
     your child (you will still look like the girl/guy main character) but
     you will be the gender of your child

- When you play as your child then your original file will be over-written
   - You could save your game to an SD card just before giving the backpack
     to your child if you wanted to keep your original file but you must
     remove the SD card before giving your child the backpack -- then just
     save the child file onto another SD card. You can then play your
     original file or your child file off the 2 SD cards. This method
     enables you to have lots of save files for both the girl and boy options
     with as many marriage choices saved as you want (3 save files per SD
     card).
   - The game does have 3 save file slots as well so the easiest thing to do
     is just save your child file to a different file slot. This would fill
     up one file slot for your original file and one file slot for your child
     file.

- You can chose to not give your child the rucksack and then play your
     original file forever and not play as your child. You can hold on to
     the journey rucksack for as long as you want but once you give it to
     your child then you are on your way to a newgame+ where you will play
     as your child.

- When you play as your child you will not look like your child but will
     look like either the main girl character or the main guy character
     depending on the gender your child was (this is why your child has
     brown hair and eyes - to grow up looking like the main characters). 

- If your child was a girl then you will be the girl character and if your
     child was a boy then you will be the boy character.

- You can keep the child’s name or rename your child (main character) when
     you start the child file.

- You can marry the same spouse (yes, what can I say ... maybe it's his/her
     twin) or anyone else that was eligible for your original girl or guy
     character.

- Your character will now get letters from his/her parents but you won’t
     actually see the parents (2 letters).

- You can play as your child -> then your child's child -> repeat infinitely
  if you want


======================
      Festivals
======================


- Most festivals are romance types or flea market types but also
  have needed items to buy there as well as some rare items.

- Unlike past Harvest Moon games, there is no New Year's Day
  celebration and it is a regular schedule day. There is a
  New Year's Eve Festival.

- Note that some items and their grades can change somewhat at
  festivals. One time a festival may have Decent Wool Yarn and
  another time the same person at the same festival may sell
  Good Wool Yarn. This can also happen at the town shops as well.
  This may or may not also be tied to how many star farm ranks
  the store/your farm may have at the current festival date
  (higher star farm rank = better products).

- Make sure that you have introduced yourself to each individual
  that will be selling items at festival booths before the day
  of the festival or you may see their booth but will not be able
  to buy from them because they won't be there. Introduction
  cutscenes usually do not count. Calling Taylor on the phone
  also does not count. You need to talk to the individual in
  person.

- The festivals do keep you busy and I think you will really like
  them. They are very interactive and fun.

- On festival days all shops will be closed. You can still go
  into houses and talk to people on the streets.

- Festivals days are also great to let your farm animals graze
  because the weather will always be sunny on a festival day.

- You can usually visit houses on festival days within the
  hours that they are usually open (this includes Mira, Chase,
  and Yolanda's houses to get recipes)

- Be sure to buy a calendar when you start your game so you can
  keep track of them ... and lots of other things going on :)

- Talk and give gifts to everyone at all festivals. People that
  show up at certain festivals will rotate per festival and also
  may come and go at certain times. You can also come and go while
  the festival is being held. Remember to walk around/behind the
  counter/stall to be able to give gifts to people selling items
  (same with all businesses).

- Ocean Festival (fireworks portion), FireFly Festival,
  Thanksgiving Festival, & Starry Night Festival:

  For these festivals you will need an invitation from a bachelor/
  bachelorette to go as a date or if you don't get an invitation
  then usually you can go on your own.
  - Talk to bachelor/bachelorette the day before festival
  - Bachelor/bachelorette needs 3 hearts or above 
  - Bachelor/bachelorette invites you when you talk to her/him
    - You will only recieve one invitation so make sure
      that you talk to the person you want to spend the
      evening with first (or reject others until the one
      you want)
    - If you accept and go on the date then the person's
      heart level will go up but if you accept and don't
      go on the date then the person's heart level will
      go down
    - Going on dates will not lower the heart levels of
      any other bachelor/bachelorette
    - If you are married then talk to your spouse the
      day before the festival to get an invitation from
      your spouse. Accept & go on the date to up your
      spouse's heart level. If you accept and then don't
      go on the date then your spouse's heart level will
      go down
    - You can not go out on dates with a bachelor/bachelorette
      if they are married to any other bachelor/bachelorette
    - Once you are married then you will only go on dates with
      your spouse

    Note: Festivals for above info include: Ocean Festival
    (fireworks portion), FireFly Festival, Thanksgiving Festival,
    Starry Night Festival.

- The Harvest Festival does include the Cooking Contest plus you
  can also buy certain items there as well :)

- Remember that any dish you buy automatically records that recipe
  so it is a good way to collect them. Some of the dishes are
  rainbow recipe ingredients.

- The Thanksgiving festival is a combination of the past two HM
  festivals in which you gave chocolate to an interested individual
  in one season and then they gave you chocolate back in the last
  half of the year. Now it happens all on one day. See Thanksgiving
  Festival below for details.

- This is a combination of all the animal festivals in past HM games.
  The Animal Festival will let you enter ANY farm animal you own
  but you don't get to choose which one (unless you plan it).
  When you agree to enter the Animal Contest then your animal with
  the most hearts will automatically be selected for the contest.
  If your animal came from the chicken coop (chicken/duck/silkworms)
  then you will win bird feed. If your animal came from the barn
  (ostrich, horse, cow, sheep, goat) then you will win fodder.
  - See Animal Festival section below for more details.

- On the 22nd of every season there is a Flea Market so be prepared
  to buy anything you need from them. 

- Spring/Summer Flea Market Sellers: Maya, Simon, Candace
  - All clothes sold will be wearable in Spring/Summer

- Fall/Winter Flea Market Sellers: Elli, Julius, Taylor
  - All clothes sold will be wearable in Fall/Winter

- See the end of this section for a listing of rarer items sold at
  the Festivals and Flea Markets



Spring 10: Flower Festival
Spring 22: Spring Flea Market
Spring 28: Animal Festival

Summer 7: Ocean Festival
Summer 22: Summer Flea Market
Summer 24: Firefly Festival

Fall 12: Arts Festival
Fall 22: Fall Flea Market
Fall 27: Harvest Festival

Winter 10: Thanksgiving Festival
Winter 22: Winter Flea Market
Winter 25: Starry Night Festival
Winter 28: New Year's Eve Festival



Spring 10: Flower Festival
--------------------------

- 9am to 5pm - Waffle Town Square
- First Year: Meet Selena at this festival
- Taylor will not be on the island in Year 1
- You can buy all kinds of flowers & herbs
- You can buy all kinds of flower & herb seeds
- Talk to Gill to unlock the Insect Catching mini game

Ruth:

- Green Herb Seeds - 105 G
- Yellow Herb Seeds - 120 G
- Blue Herb Seeds - 120 G (grow in Summer)
- Red Herb Seeds - 135 G
- Purple Herb Seeds - 135 G
- Yellow Herb - 60 G
- Red Herb - 75 G
- Purple Herb - 90 G
- Blue Herb - 105 G
- Green Herb - 45 G

Note that yellow, blue, & green herb seeds will be
  sold by Taylor 24/7 when he is on the island


Anissa:

- Happy Fertilizer/Best - 225 G
- Hyacinth Flower Seeds - 75 G
- Lily Flower Seeds - 120 G
- Begonia Flower Seeds - 75 G
- Tulip Flower Seeds - 90 G
  - Or Tulip Flower - 90 G
- Moondrop Flower Seeds - 75 G
  - Or Moondrop Flower - 60 G
- Lavender Flower Seeds - 75 G
  - Or Lavender Flower - 75G
- Perfume/Red - 315 G
- Perfume/Blue - 1,815 G
- Perfume/Yellow - 240 G

Note that you can buy the flower seeds and
  make your own perfume cheaper for the yellow:
  - 2 Moondrop flowers & mixer = Yellow Perfume

  Also:
  - 2 Lavender flowers & mixer = Purple Perfume
  - 2 Blue Mist flowers & mixer = Blue Perfume
  - 2 Rose flowers & mixer = Red Perfume

Note that Hyacinth, Lily, Begonia, Tulip flower seeds will
  be sold by Taylor 24/7 when he is on the island (& Rose)



Spring 22: Spring Flea Market
-----------------------------

- 9am to 5pm - Waffle Town Square
- Candace sells hat &/or outfits
- Maya and Simon sell items as well
- You can buy hard to make foods and various items
- You can buy foods you can't buy at the inn
- You can buy some items needed for the rainbow recipes

Simon:

- Pontata Root - 225 G
- Red Herb Seeds - 135 G
  - Or Red Herb - 75 G
- Decent Wool Yarn - 375 G
  - Or Good Wool Yarn - 465 G
- Apple - 225 G
- Glass - 45 G
- Plain Omelet - 240 G
- Bamboo Shoot - 315 G


Maya:

- Cutting Board Set/Gorgeous - 3,000 G
- Pot/Gorgeous - 3,750 G
- Frying Pan/Gorgeous - 3,300 G
- Oven/Microwave/Gorgeous - 4,050 G
- Mixer/Blender/Gorgeous - 2,700 G
- Aging Pot/Fermentation Pot/Gorgeous/Gold - 3,675 G
- Rice Ball - 60 G
- Grilled Yam - 165 G
- Ostonnaise (ostrich Mayonnaise) - 480 G


Candace:

- Cosmos Flower - 75 G
- Snowflake Flower - 120 G

- Boy/Outfits:

    - Trend: Blue - 3,600 G
    - Trend: Red - 3,900 G
    - Trend: Yellow - 4,200 G
    - Trend: Green - 4,500 G
    - Trend: Purple - 4,800 G

- Girl/Outfits:

    - Cute: Pink - 3,600 G
    - Cute: Yellow - 3,900 G
    - Cute: Green - 4,200 G
    - Cute: Blue - 4,500 G
    - Cute: Purple - 4,800 G


Spring 28: Animal Festival
-------------------------

- 9am to 5pm - Brownie Ranch
- You can buy dairy products plus other products
- Talk to Phoebe to unlock the Frog Jumping mini game
  - Phoebe probably won't be on the island (Year 1/Spring)
- You can enter in the Animal Judging Contest


Animal Judging Contest:

- Have animal at 10 hearts (but even then you can lose/random)
  - Decide before hand which animal of yours you want to enter to
    win. Then make sure it is your oldest animal with 10 hearts
    otherwise it may even be a younger animal but with highest
    hearts (it is possible to win with less than 10 hearts but
    10 hearts is recommended)

- Speak to Cain before 4pm to allow you to enter the Animal Contest
  - Results will be announced at 5pm (you must be present to win)

- The Animal Contest will let you enter ANY farm animal you own
  but you don't get to choose which one (unless you plan it).
  When you agree to enter the Animal Contest then your animal
  with the most hearts will automatically be selected for
  the contest. If your animal came from the chicken coop
  (chicken/duck/silkworms) then you will win bird feed. If
  your animal came from the barn (ostrich, horse, cow, sheep,
  goat) then you will win fodder.

- Yes, silkworms do count but it is near impossible to get them
  to 10 hearts without them dying ... and then they are dead so
  they get no glory!

  - Note: I had my 1st silkworm in the 1st silkworm tray and after it
    died then I bought another silkworm and the new silkworm has the
    same level of hearts that my old silkworm had. So just as in the JP
    version, the final US version did keep the silkworm heart transfers.
    The silkworm/silkworms do have to be in the same trays to transfer
    old silkworm heart levels to the new silkworms. So now you can use
    this to your advantage to get your silkworms to 10 hearts.

- You usually will be competing against Gray (once on island) who will
  have outstanding horses.

- An animal born on your farm who you have had for a year or more
  has the best chance to win 1st place provided it also has 10
  hearts.

- Make sure that you speak to the mayor right after the winning
  announcement is made. He will still be in the Brownie Ranch
  Meadow if you hurry. If you don't go back to talk to him then
  you will not get your prize if you won.

- Since it is usually feed and fodder that you get then you may
  want to make sure that your storage place will hold it and that
  it is not already filled to 999 since feed and fodder will be
  send directly there.

- The amount of product you win will be random as well but it
  could be about 120 feed/fodder for first place.

 

Hannah:

- Perfect Mayonnaise - 225 G
- Perfect Cheese - 360 G
- Perfect Butter - 315 G
- Good Wool Yarn - 465 G
- Good Flax Yarn - 540 G
- Good Silk Yarn - 1050 G (thread)

Renee:

- Stew - 675 G
- Cheese Omelet - 435 G
- Pancake - 885 G
- Mushroom Gratin - 675 G
- Yogurt - 345 G
- Very Berry Jam - 210 G
- Marmalade Jam - 495 G
- Apple Jam - 630 G


Summer 7: Ocean Festival
------------------------

- 9am to 5pm and then fireworks
- Waffle Town Square/Waffle Town Beach
- Festivals end at 10pm but you are free to do
  whatever afterwards
- Talk to Craig to unlock the Stone Skipping mini game


There are two parts to this festival:


Day (9am-5pm - Waffle Town/Cream Beach):

- You can buy sea/ocean related foods
  - Sue is on Toucan Island (Ferry after 1st rainbow done)
- You can also buy island related foods
  - See below for items sold at booths


Night (7pm-10pm - Waffle Town/Cream Beach: Re-enter area):

- Fireworks display (similar to past HM games)
- View the fireworks with bachelorette/bachelor
  - Talk to bachelor/bachelorette the day before festival
  - Bachelor/bachelorette needs 3 hearts or above 
  - Bachelor/bachelorette gives you invitation
    - You will only recieve one invitation so make sure
      that you talk to the person you want to spend the
      evening with first
    - If you accept and go on the date then the person's
      heart level will go up but if you accept and don't
      go on the date then the person's heart level will
      go down
    - If you are married then talk to your spouse the
      day before the festival to get an invitation from
      your spouse. Accept & go on the date to up your
      spouse's heart level. If you accept and then don't
      go on the date then your spouse's heart level will
      go down



Sue:

- Orange Juice - 225 G
- Pineapple Juice - 405 G
- Coconut Juice - 375 G
- Banana Milk - 600 G
- Honeydew Milk - 705 G
- Banana Pudding - 840 G
- Chocolate Banana - 495 G
- Orange Cookie - 480 G

Pascal:

- Grilled Squid - 210 G
- Grilled Clams - 195 G
- Roasted Corn - 240 G
- Sauteed Potato - 180 G
- Fish Soup - 690 G
- Good Sashimi - 795 G


Summer 22: Summer Flea Market
-----------------------------

- 9am to 5pm - Waffle Town Square
- Candace sells hat &/or outfits
- Maya and Simon sell items as well
- You can buy hard to make foods and various items
- You can buy foods you can't buy at the inn
- You can buy some items needed for the rainbow recipes

Simon:

- Pontana Root - 225 G
- Red Herb Seeds - 135 G
  - Or Red Herb - 75 G
- Decent Wool Yarn - 375 G
  - Or Good Wool Yarn - 465 G
- Apple - 225 G
- Glass - 45 G
- Plain Omelet - 240 G
- Bamboo Shoot - 315 G


Maya:

- Cutting Board Set/Gorgeous - 3,000 G
- Pot/Gorgeous - 3,750 G
- Frying Pan/Gorgeous - 3,300 G
- Oven/Microwave/Gorgeous - 4,050 G
- Mixer/Blender/Gorgeous - 2,700 G
- Aging Pot/Fermentation Pot/Gorgeous/Gold - 3,675 G
- Rice Ball - 60 G
- Grilled Yam - 165 G
- Ostonnaise (ostrich Mayonnaise) - 480 G


Candace:

- Cosmos Flower - 75 G
- Snowflake Flower - 120 G

- Boy/Outfits:

    - Trend: Blue - 3,600 G
    - Trend: Red - 3,900 G
    - Trend: Yellow - 4,200 G
    - Trend: Green - 4,500 G
    - Trend: Purple - 4,800 G

- Girl/Outfits:

    - Cute: Pink - 3,600 G
    - Cute: Yellow - 3,900 G
    - Cute: Green - 4,200 G
    - Cute: Blue - 4,500 G
    - Cute: Purple - 4,800 G


Summer 24: Firefly Festival
---------------------------

- No booths at this festival
- 7pm to 10pm at Caramel Falls
- Watch the fireflies with interested individual
  or by yourself if no date

- Bachelor/Bachelorette will ask you the day before
  when you talk to him/her 
  - 3 hearts or above needed for bachelor/bachelorette


Fall 12: Arts Festival
---------------------

- 9am to 5pm - Waffle Town Square
- Mira sells accessories (no ores/gems needed/same price!)
- Owen and Bo sell furniture, appliances and various items
  (rare colors not sold at Carpentry Shop or General Store)
- Talk to Luke to unlock Archery Mini game

Mira:

  - Toy Ring - 645 G
  - Emerald Ring - 1,470 G
  - Black Pearl Ring - 1,800 G

  - Toy Pendant - 945 G
  - Ruby Pendant - 1,725 G
  - Diamond Pendant - 2,400 G

  - Toy Brooch - 195 G
  - Sapphire Brooch - 570 G
  - Topaz Brooch - 855 G


Owen:

  - Refrigerator/Simple - Small - 1,350 G
  - Refrigerator/Simple - Medium - 2,700 G
  - Refrigerator/Simple - Large - 4,200 G

  - Telephone/Touch Tone/Simple - 825 G

  - Calendar/Simple - 150 G

  - Sofa/Simple - Medium - 750 G
  - Sofa/Simple - Large - 1,650 G


Bo:

  - Telephone/Dial/Royal - 1,050 G

  - Clock/Cuckoo - 750 G

  - Stove/Potbelly - 1,350 G

  - Sofa/Urban - Medium - 750 G
  - Sofa/Lovely - Medium - 780 G
  - Sofa/Urban - Large - 1,650 G
  - Sofa/Lovely - Large - 1,875 G

  - Stool/Round/Chic - 375 G
  - Stool/Round/Lovely - 450 G

  - Chair/Chic - 675 G
  - Chair/Lovely - 720 G




Fall 22: Fall Flea Market
-------------------------

- 9am to 5pm - Waffle Town Square
- Julius and Taylor sell hats &/or outfits
  - Julius and Taylor won't be on island for 1st Fall Flea Market
- Elli sells items as well
- You can buy hard to make foods and various items
- You can buy foods you can't buy at the inn
- You can buy some items needed for the rainbow recipes

Elli:

- Cookie - 300 G
- Herb Cookie - 345 G
- Mont Blanc Cake - 870 G
- Shortcake - 1,095 G
- Carrot Cake - 900 G (needed for rainbow recipe)
- Pumpkin Cake - 990 G
- Pumpkin Pudding - 495 G
- Pumpkin Pie - 645 G
- Chestnut Pie - 555 G (aka Melon Pie/Marron Pie)
- Sweet Potato Cake - 660 G


Julius:

- Inspected Ores:

- Copper - 120 G  (20 copper for base jewelry = 2,400 G)
- Silver - 165 G  (23 silver for base jewelry = 3,795 G)
- Gold - 225 G    (23 Gold for base jewelry = 5,175 G)

Note: can also find these in the mines but may take a while
- Plus add 6 of each for tool upgrades if you wish


- Boy/Outfits:

    - Country: Blue - 3,600 G
    - Country: Red - 3,900 G
    - Country: Yellow - 4,200 G
    - Country: Green - 4,500 G
    - Country: Purple - 4,800 G

- Girl/Outfits:

    - Cargo: Red - 3,600 G
    - Cargo: Yellow - 3,900 G
    - Cargo: Green - 4,200 G
    - Cargo: Blue - 4,500 G
    - Cargo: Purple - 4,800 G


Taylor:

- Boy/Hat:

    - Bunny Ears - 9,000 G
    - Samurai Wig - 15,000 G
    - Top Hat - 5,100 G

- Girl/Hat:

    - Bunny Ears - 9,000 G
    - Bow - 15,000 G
    - Top Hat - 5,100 G



Fall 27: Harvest Festival
-------------------------

- 9am to 5pm - Brownie Ranch

- You can buy items here including rare seeds


Cooking Contest:

- Cooking Contest (submit dish to Yolanda)
- Speak to Yolanda before 4pm to enter the contest
  - Results are random and are announced by 5pm (must be present)

  - 1st Place: 10 Bodigizer XL
  - 2nd Place: 10 Bodigizer
  - 3rd Place: 10 Vegetable Juice


Craig:

- Rapid Fertilizer/Better - 180 G
- Buckwheat Seeds - 150 G
- Green Bell Seeds - 165 G
- Yellow Herb Seeds - 120 G
- Good Tomato - 165 G
- Good Onion - 105 G
- Good Carrot - 150 G
- Good Spinach - 120 G
- Perfect Strawberry - 435 G





Winter 10: Thanksgiving Festival
--------------------------------

- No booths at this festival
- Receive gift (usually cake and flowers) from
  one bachelorette/bachelor with highest hearts
  - Bachelor/bachelorette must have at least 3 hearts
- You can also give cakes to others as gifts on this day
- If married, then your spouse gives you gift and you give him/her
  cake (talk to spouse first)
- Be aware that this holiday is not marked on your calendar but
  still takes place on this day


Getting Cake & Flowers:

- The Thanksgiving Festival is similar to the past HM games with
  interested individuals giving you a chocolate/cake. 

- In this one, only one bachelor/bachelorette will show up at your
  door at 6am to give you cake and also some flowers. 
  - Usually it will be the bachelor/bachelorette's favorite cake
  - Only one bachelor/bachelorette that has the highest hearts will
    come. If you have more than one at 10 hearts then still only
    one will come.

    - Owen: Shortcake & Sunflower


Giving Cakes:

- You also need to give cakes to others on this day, so it is like
  a combo of the two festivals in the past HM games

- Be sure to not give chocolate cake to people who don't like
  chocolate (or an ingredient in the kind of cake you give them)

- There are a lot of different kinds of cakes to cook in this one :)

- Other islanders will not give you cakes, you will only get one
  from a bachelor/bachelorette as mentioned above

Once you are married:

- Once you are married then the Thanksgiving Festival will be
  celebrated inside your house. Your spouse will cook you a
  special meal. 

- If you talk to your spouse then you will also be able to give
  him/her a cake.


Chocolate Cake: 
- Breadfruit, Egg, Butter, Milk, Cocoa, Oven
- See Cooking section for all other cake recipes



Winter 22: Winter Flea Market
-----------------------------

- 9am to 5pm - Waffle Town Square
- Julius and Taylor sell hats &/or outfits
  - Julius and Taylor will be at 1st Winter Flea Market
    if 1st rainbow is completed before the end of Spring/Year 1
    AND you meet them the day before the flea market
  - You must meet each of them in person (intoduction scenes and
    telephone calls do not count as meeting them)
- Elli sells items as well
- You can buy hard to make foods and various items
- You can buy foods you can't buy at the inn
- You can buy some items needed for the rainbow recipes

Elli:

- Cookie - 300 G
- Herb Cookie - 345 G
- Mont Blanc Cake - 870 G
- Shortcake - 1,095 G
- Carrot Cake - 900 G (needed for rainbow recipe)
- Pumpkin Cake - 990 G
- Pumpkin Pudding - 495 G
- Pumpkin Pie - 645 G
- Chestnut Pie - 555 G (aka Melon Pie/Marron Pie)
- Sweet Potato Cake - 660 G


Julius:

- You can also find ores in the mines but it may take a while
  to get all you need for the jewelry -- this speeds it up
- Plus add 6 of each ore for tool upgrades if you wish
- All the refined ores are sold one-at-a-time so just count
  as you buy them each
- All the clothes he sells are sold only once just like all
  the other clothes and one-time items
- If you are playing as the girl then only the girl clothes
  will be available
- If you are playing as the boy then only the boy clothes 
  will be available

- Inspected/appraised/refined Ores:

- Copper - 120 G  (20 copper for jewelry = 2,400 G)
- Silver - 165 G  (23 silver for jewelry = 3,795 G)
- Gold - 225 G    (23 Gold for jewelry = 5,175 G)

- Boy/Outfits:

    - Country: Blue - 3,600 G
    - Country: Red - 3,900 G
    - Country: Yellow - 4,200 G
    - Country: Green - 4,500 G
    - Country: Purple - 4,800 G

- Girl/Outfits:

    - Cargo: Red - 3,600 G
    - Cargo: Yellow - 3,900 G
    - Cargo: Green - 4,200 G
    - Cargo: Blue - 4,500 G
    - Cargo: Purple - 4,800 G


Taylor:

- If you are playing as the girl then only the girl clothes
  will be available
- If you are playing as the boy then only the boy clothes 
  will be available

- Boy/Hat:

    - Bunny Ears - 9,000 G
    - Samurai Wig - 15,000 G
    - Top Hat - 5,100 G

- Girl/Hat:

    - Bunny Ears - 9,000 G
    - Bow - 15,000 G
    - Top Hat - 5,100 G



Winter 25: Starry Night Festival
--------------------------------

- Brownie Ranch (meadow)/Alan's Tree (7pm-10pm)
- Meet at Alan's sprite tree at Brownie Ranch at 7pm
- Stargaze with the one you love


- If unmarried, talk to bachelor/bachelorette the day
  before the festival to get them to invite you
  - Bachelor/bachelorette needs 3 hearts or more
  - First one you talk to with 3 or more hearts will
    ask you
  - You can say, "I'm busy" or accept with each one


- If married, then talk to spouse the day before the
  festival to get them to invite you


Winter 28: New Year's Eve Festival
----------------------------------

- No shops open on this day
- Chloe or Perry runs through the streets wishing a
  Happy New Year to everyone
- Watch the 1st sunrise of the New Year

- If unmarried, then you will automatically be transported
  home at 10pm and then you will watch the Chloe/Perry event
  and then you will watch the sunrise on the beach alone.

- If married, you are automatically transported to your home
  at 9pm OR your spouse will wake you up if you went to bed,
  then you and your spouse will watch the Chloe/Perry event
  and then have a meal together and then watch the sunrise
  together. You get a few choices to chose from as you watch
  the sunrise when you are married that you won't get if
  unmarried:
  - New Year's Resolution:
    - Stay Healthy
    - Keep My Family Safe
    - Early to Bed, Early to Rise
    - Become a Multibillionaire
  - You are free to chose what you want & maybe you'll get it



...........................................................


- These you can not get any other way than to buy here:



- Arts Festival - Sold by Owen:
------------------------------

  - Refrigerator/Simple - Small - 1,350 G
  - Refrigerator/Simple - Medium - 2,700 G
  - Refrigerator/Simple - Large - 4,200 G

  - Telephone/Touch Tone/Simple - 825 G

  - Calendar/Simple - 150 G

  - Sofa/Simple - Medium - 750 G
  - Sofa/Simple - Large - 1,650 G


- Arts Festival - Sold by Bo:
-------------------------------

  - Telephone/Dial/Royal - 1,050 G

  - Clock/Cuckoo - 750 G

  - Stove/Potbelly - 1,350 G

  - Sofa/Urban - Medium - 750 G
  - Sofa/Lovely - Medium - 780 G
  - Sofa/Urban - Large - 1,650 G
  - Sofa/Lovely - Large - 1,875 G

  - Stool/Round/Chic - 375 G
  - Stool/Round/Lovely - 450 G

  - Chair/Chic - 675 G
  - Chair/Lovely - 720 G


- Spring/Summer Flea Market - sold by Maya
---------------------------------------------

- Cutting Board Set/Gorgeous - 3,000 G
- Pot/Gorgeous - 3,750 G
- Frying Pan/Gorgeous - 3,300 G
- Oven/Microwave/Gorgeous - 4,050 G
- Mixer/Blender/Gorgeous - 2,700 G
- Aging Pot/Fermentation Pot/Gorgeous/Gold - 3,675 G


- Fall/Winter Flea Market - sold by Taylor:
------------------------------------------

- Boy/Hat:

    - Bunny Ears - 9,000 G
    - Samurai Wig - 15,000 G
    - Top Hat - 5,100 G

- Girl/Hat:

    - Bunny Ears - 9,000 G
    - Bow - 15,000 G
    - Top Hat - 5,100 G


- Fall/Winter Flea Market - sold by Julius:
-----------------------------------------

- Boy/Outfits:

    - Country: Blue - 3,600 G
    - Country: Red - 3,900 G
    - Country: Yellow - 4,200 G
    - Country: Green - 4,500 G
    - Country: Purple - 4,800 G

- Girl/Outfits:

    - Cargo: Red - 3,600 G
    - Cargo: Yellow - 3,900 G
    - Cargo: Green - 4,200 G
    - Cargo: Blue - 4,500 G
    - Cargo: Purple - 4,800 G


- Spring/Summer Flea Market - sold by Candace:
----------------------------------------------

- Boy/Outfits:

    - Trend: Blue - 3,600 G
    - Trend: Red - 3,900 G
    - Trend: Yellow - 4,200 G
    - Trend: Green - 4,500 G
    - Trend: Purple - 4,800 G

- Girl/Outfits:

    - Cute: Pink - 3,600 G
    - Cute: Yellow - 3,900 G
    - Cute: Green - 4,200 G
    - Cute: Blue - 4,500 G
    - Cute: Purple - 4,800 G


...........................................................


- These you can get or make yourself but you still gain by
  buying them here:



Note: You can also buy just a few of the accessories at
the Arts Festival if you don't want to have them made at
the blacksmith shop (same price but don't need ore/jewel):

- Arts Festival - sold by Mira:

  - Toy Ring - 645 G
  - Emerald Ring - 1,470 G
  - Black Pearl Ring - 1,800 G

  - Toy Pendant - 945 G
  - Ruby Pendant - 1,725 G
  - Diamond Pendant - 2,400 G

  - Toy Brooch - 195 G
  - Sapphire Brooch - 570 G
  - Topaz Brooch - 855 G


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==========================
        Foraging
==========================


- All foragable items will remain on the ground until
  someone has picked them up. When you open a new area
  then you might find items that are out-of-season
  still on the ground - even through changes of seasons.

- Foragable fruit trees will drop a fruit every few days
  in a 3X3 area around the tree. They do not produce
  nearly as much as your orchard trees. The trees just
  look like regular trees and produce a whole variety
  of fruit -- so do not cut them down or you will no
  longer get fruit there. Forageable fruit trees are
  found on islands.

- Gather up items on the ground as often as possible so
  that more items will appear in their spots.

- Visit both mines (especially Ganache Mines early in the
  game) to gather mushrooms and toadstools. You do not
  need to hammer to get them but you do need a hammer in
  your rucksack to go down stairs. You will find them on
  the ground on random floors and more plentiful on other
  floors. Eaten raw, the mushrooms will increase stamina and
  the toadstools will decrease stamina. Both stack and can
  be shipped for easy non-decreasing stamina gathering.

- Bamboo shoots (regular) are not found in the wild but
  you can buy them from Simon at the Spring & Summer Flea
  Markets.

- You can get one Shiny Bamboo Shoot before unlocking
  Mt. Gelato if you do the Treasure Gift Boxes.
  - See below for whole treasure gift boxes sequence



Foraged Items:
--------------

Cherry - 210 G
Orange - 130 G
Apple - 150 G
Grape - 140 G
Chestnut - 80 G
Banana - 100 G
Pineapple - 120 G
Coconut - 170 G
Blueberry - 50 G
Very Berry - 50 G

Green Herb - Sell price: 30 G
Purple Herb - Sell prices: 60 G
Red Herb - Sell prices: 50 G
Yellow Herb - Sell prices: 40 G
Blue Herb - Sell prices: 70 G

Mushroom - 30 G
Toadstool - 40 G
Pontata Root - 150 G

Bamboo Shoot - 210
Shining Bamboo Shoot - 560 G

Laver Seaweed - 40 G
Clam - 90 G
Sea Urchin - 700 G

Common Seashell - 70 G
Fancy Seashell - 140 G
Coral - 50 G
Pearl - 300 G
Black Pearl - 800 G




Caramel River
-------------

- Wood
- Stone

Caramel River (beaches)
- Pearl
- Fancy Seashell
- Common Seashell
- Laver Seaweed
- Sea Urchin
- Clam


Caramel Falls
-------------

- None


Waffle Town
-----------

- Green Herb
  - Near Yolanda's House
  - Near Mayor Hamilton's House

Cream Beach (Waffle Town Beach)
- Pearl
- Fancy Seashell
- Common Seashell
- Laver Seaweed
- Sea Urchin
- Clam


Waffle Town Square
------------------

- None


Maple Lake
----------

-None


Ganache Mountain
----------------

- All Herbs
- Blueberries
- Very Berries


Ganache Mines
-------------

- Mushrooms
- Toadstools


Brownie Ranch
-------------

- Herbs
  - All colors
    - Green
    - Blue
    - Red
    - Purple
    - Yellow
- Very Berry 
- Blueberry


Praline Forest
--------------

- Herbs
  - All colors
    - Green
    - Blue
    - Red
    - Purple
    - Yellow
- Very Berry 
- Blueberry

- Wood
- stone


Toucan Island
-------------

- Pearl
- Black Pearl
- Coral
- Banana
- Pineapple
- Coconut
- Sea Urchin


West Gull Island
----------------

- Grapes
- Chestnuts
- Cherry
- Orange
- Apple
- Cherry
- Wood
  - Pick up small logs


East Gull Island
----------------

- Pearl
- Black Pearl
- Coral
- Sea Urchins


Mt. Gelato
----------

- Shining Bamboo shoot
  - Meadow
  - Mountain Trail


Mt. Gelato Mines
----------------

- Mushrooms
- Toadstools



==========================
   Treasure Gift Boxes
==========================


- There are 5 hidden gift boxes that have rare
  items in them with a note leading you to the
  next gift box. Essentially, this is a treasure
  hunt!

- You can keep these rare items to ensure that you
  can make recipes or give them as gifts 
  - gathering mushrooms in the mines will make up
    for the same if not more money than the gifts
    would give you but the gifts can also be used
    as a bonus on top of any money you would be
    making without them

- Or you can ship them for a nice starting boost
  and take a chance that you can find and replace
  them later -- your choice


- Accessibility
  - Gift boxes 1-2: from start of game
  - Gift boxes 3-5: unlock Brownie Ranch first


- You might could ship the items, use it to buy
  items at Flower Festival/Spring 10 and make
  a profit in the end as well as have a bigger
  rucksack
  - Buy Happy Fertilizer
  - Buy Seeds
    - Flower seeds don't need fertilizer/no grades
    - Rare flower seeds are sold at Flower Festival
  - Get high-shipping crops to give you more
    income (crops grown with Happy Fertilizer)
  - Buy Flax items at Animal Festival from Hannah
  - Buy other yarn items Animal Festival/Hannah
  - Now I have flax ingredients for rucksacks &
    I can work on increasing rucksack sizes to
    hold more
  - Holding more in rucksack allows me to make
    more money and boosts the start of my game

  - See Cost of Early 3rd & 4th Rucksack Upgrades
    in Tips section



- Gift Box 1
  - Lapis Lazuli - sell 200 G
  - North end of beach closest to lighthouse
  - It is used in Edge's rainbow recipe (5th rainbow)
  - Can find more fairly easily in the mines (go deep)

- Gift Box 2
  - Shining Flax Yarn - sell 720 G
  - Near tree in East corner of Maple Lake area
  - It is used for a level 5 rucksack upgrade &/or
    the journey rucksack upgrade
  - Only Taylor sells flax seeds. Earliest he comes is
    towards end of 1st year. Flax grows in Spring.
  - Hannah does sell already grown flax at the Animal
    Festival/Spring 28 - but it won't be the shining
    quality.
  - You will probably already have grown Shining Flax
    by the time your sheep (with lots of hearts)
    gives you Shining Wool (gives VERY rarely)
    and you will need the Shining Wool Yarn to go with
    the Shining Flax Yarn to make anything. So it is
    safe to ship this for starting money and then grow
    Shining Flax in Spring/Year 2 and put it in the
    yarn maker for Shining Flax Yarn.

- Gift Box 3
  - Shining Bamboo Shoot - sell 560 G
  - Brownie Ranch area behind a billboard/near top cliff
  - You can't get Shining Bamboo Shoot until Mt. Gelato
    is unlocked (Ben's Rainbow) but you can do that by
    Spring/Year 2 or sooner if you work hard on rainbows
  - You can get Bamboo Shoot at Spring/Summer Festivals

- Gift Box 4
  - Crystal - sell 700 G
  - Second Floor of the Library (Waffle Town/Town Hall)
  - It is used to create expensive jewelry
  - This is more rare but you could can also find it in
    the mines

- Gift Box 5
  - Rare Metal - 630 G
  - Second floor of the Sundae Inn
  - It is used in the journey rucksack & for Phoebe request
  - While rare you could probably find another one in
    the mines before you needed it for the journey
    rucksack




==========================
         Fishing
==========================



- All Sell prices are shipping prices

- See Tools section for the fishing tool levels and poles

- Remember to use your Waffle Island Fish Map to see info
  on most fish that can be caught
  - Carmel River
  - Maple Lake (good for beginners)
  - Waffle Island Sea (good for experienced)
  - Gull Island Sea (West/East)
  - Toucan Island Sea
  - Other
  - See fish listing below for a more detailed list

- Fish that need at least 3 skill & high tool material:
  - Salmon
  - Huchen
  - Sea Bream
  - Tuna
  - Rock Lobster
  - Angler Fish
  - Shark
  - Swordfish

- Fish that need skill level 3 & gold fishing pole:
  - Wood Fish (Goddess Spring/Pond)
  - King Fish (Waterfall Secret Cave/Ganache Mines Floor 30)

- Note that you can randomly be able to catch any fish with
  lower fishing pole skill & material levels but it will not
  happen very often and rarer fish will still be rarer to
  catch. You can also catch fish out of season but this will
  also not happen very often.

- Any two fish used with cutting board set = sashimi
  - Add more fish &/or rare fish (up to 6) for better sashimi

- You can cook any fish on a firewood stack - always
  bring the matches. You only need to buy the matches
  once and then you will never run out of matches.
  You can only use the bonfire on sunny & cloudy days.

- You can also find clams, sea urchins, and Laver
  seaweed on the beaches. Clams and sea urchins can
  be cooked on firewood stacks but laver seaweed
  has to be cooked in a pot at home.

- Check out where the shipping bin is before you fish so
  you can ship conveniently (plus you can store fish you want
  to keep there as long as you take them out before they
  are shipped). You can put the fish in the shipping bin at
  the ocean/islands, catch more fish in your rucksack, go home
  and put away the fish in your rucksack and then get the
  fish out of your shipping bin at any house and put them
  away thus increasing your "carrying" amount. Most pets like
  fish so you will want a stack of them. River fishing is not
  as relevant to the shipping bin storage method because there
  are not convenient shipping bins around. Make sure you take
  out any fish you want out of the shipping bin (all shipping
  bins are shared) before 6am when everything will be
  automatically shipped.

- You can save before fishing, fish for a while, then access
  whether you want to keep what you caught or reset and retry.
  This helps a lot in the beginning when starting the game but
  it is also time consuming.

- Casting your line and catching nothing does not use up
  any stamina. Catching anything (trash/fish) will use your
  stamina. Use your fishing pole a lot to increase skill use
  and range of casting. Upgrade your fishing pole (iron,
  copper, silver, gold) to reduce stamina use while fishing.

- Time does not pass while charging most tools but charging
  with your fishing pole DOES pass time. Reeling in a catch
  stops time until the catch is in your hands.

- Once you cast then a certain amount of time will pass before
  your line will automatically reel back in if you haven't
  caught anything.

- Occasionally you can catch fish out of season or location

- The Empty Can, Worn-Out Rubber Boots, Swim Shorts, and Algae
  are trash items and can not be cooked with to make burnt/ruined
  dishes. Since you can't throw them away (no garbage can) then
  just ship them for 10 G a piece (50 G/shorts). They also drain
  your stamina when you reel them in.

- Before fishing, leave a few open squares in your rucksack.
  The better your fishing skill level and the better your fishing
  rod then the farther you can cast and the better and longer you
  can fish. In the beginning, bring stamina builders like food
  along so you can build up your skill levels without passing out.
  You can also use the Hot Springs for river fishing if you are
  nearby.

- You can fish from docks or anywhere along edges where you can
  throw your line out. You can also fish around the whole edge
  of Maple Lake.

- Remember that you can only use the bonfire/firewood stacks on
  sunny or cloudy days only. Once you light the bonfire then it
  will stay lit as long as you are in the same area (even if the
  bonfire is out of sight) until you enter a building/house or
  pathway that resets the area you are in. This means that you
  can light the bonfire, fish all day in the same area but go
  anywhere in that area catching fish or doing other things
  and still go back to a lit bonfire and cook on it. Grilled
  fish/clams/etc also give you more stamina then raw items.
  The areas are fairly big so you could even fish, grill the
  fish, go ship them, work outside on your farm lot, fish
  some more, and still come back to the bonfire to grill items.
  Opening the shipping bin in the same big area does not reset
  the bonfire. I have even lit the bonfire at the Ocean
  Festival, attended the Ocean Festival, and attended the
  Fireworks (with a date), and still had the bonfire stay lit
  even after the fireworks was over because I stayed in Waffle
  Town Area the whole time without entering buildings. It is
  nice to roam and come back to a bonfire. Time does stop
  while you are grilling a fish so you can grill a lot of fish
  in a very short time (game time). Fish are grilled one-at-a-
  time.

- First Fishing Rod
  - The first fishing rod comes from Toby 
  - Go to the Waffle Town Beach 
    - stairs by On The Hook - fishing company (go down them)
    - Waffle Town Beach is officially called Cream Beach
  - Meet Toby there and he will give you an old fishing rod
  - Use it to fish everywhere
  - Upgrade it at the store or blacksmith’s shop/less stamina
    needed
  - Just use it to increase skill levels and casting ranges



Freshwater Fish
---------------


Caramel River:

- Char - upper Caramel Falls - Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter - 120 G
- Rainbow Trout - Caramel River/middle - Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter - 70 G
- Masu Trout - middle/upper - Spr, Sum, Fall - 110 G
- Big-Scaled Redfin - downstream/middle - Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter - 30 G
- Carp - downstream/middle - Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter - 120 G
- Eel - downstream/middle - Sum, Fall, Winter - 600 G
- Huchen - middle/upper - Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter - 1000 G
- Salmon - downstream/middle/upper - Fall, Winter - 240 G
- Seasky - downstream/upper - Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter - 1000 G
  (typhoon/heavy snow)


Maple Lake:

- Big-Scaled Redfin - Maple Lake - Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter - 30 G
- Carp - Maple Lake - Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter - 120 G
- Eel - Maple Lake - Sum, Fall, Winter - 600 G
- Pond Smelt - Maple Lake - Sum, Fall, Winter - 20 G
- Catfish - Maple Lake - Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter - 80 G
- Crawfish - Maple Lake - Spr, Sum, Fall - 20 G
- Freshwater Prawn - Maple Lake - Spr, Sum, Fall - 150 G


Secret Cave/Caramel Falls:

- Huchen - secret cave - Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter - 1000 G
- Eel - secret cave - Sum, Fall, Winter - 600 G
- Seasky - secret cave & Caramel Falls - Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter - 1000 G
  (typhoon/heavy snow)
- King Fish - secret cave - Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter - 1600 G
- Crawfish - secret cave - Spr, Sum, Fall - 20 G


Goddess Fountain Pond/Spring:

- Wood Fish - Goddess Pond/night - Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter - 900 G



Saltwater Fish:
---------------


West Gull Island:

- Swordfish - south & east side - Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter - 750 G
- Bonito - nearest Waffle Town - Spr, Sum, Fall - 280 G
- Rock Trout - nearest Waffle Town - Spr, Winter - 180 G
- Sea Bream - nearest Waffle Town - Spr, Sum, Fall - 300 G
- Yellow Tail - nearest Waffle Town - Spr, Winter - 300 G
- Tuna - nearest Waffle Town - Spr, Fall, Winter - 600 G
- Halibut - Sea - Fall, Winter - 190 G
- Flounder - Sea - Spr, Fall, Winter - 120 G
- Squid - nearest Waffle Town - Spr, Sum, Winter - 110 G
- Octopus - Sea - Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter - 140 G
- Rock Lobster - Sea - Spr, Winter - 240 G
- Goby - Sea/west - Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter - 40 G
- Angler Fish - east - Winter - 770 G
- Shark - east - Sum, Fall - 700 G


East Gull Island:

- Rock Lobster - Sea - Spr, Winter - 240 G
- Angler Fish - nearest Gull Island - Winter - 770 G


Toucan Island:

- Swordfish - southern island - Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter - 750 G
- Manta Ray - southern island - Spr, Sum - 350 G
- Lobster - southern island - Fall, Winter - 600 G
- Shark - nearest Gull Island - Sum, Fall - 700 G
- Skull Jellyfish - early morning - Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter - 950 G
- Mahi-Mahi - southern island - Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter - 310 G


Waffle Town:

- Puffer Fish - Sea - Spr, Winter - 50 G
- Goby - Sea - Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter - 40 G
- Sardine - Sea - Fall, Winter - 40 G
- Horse Mackerel - Sea - Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter - 70 G
- Mackerel - Sea - Fall, Winter - 60 G
- Saury - Sea - Fall, Winter - 70 G
- Rock Fish - Sea - Spr, Sum - 230 G
- Cod - Sea - Fall, Winter - 80 G
- Conger Eel - Sea - Summer - 210 G
- Halibut - Sea - Fall, Winter - 190 G
- Flounder - Sea - Spr, Fall, Winter - 120 G
- Squid - Sea - Spr, Sum, Winter - 110 G
- Octopus - Sea - Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter - 140 G
- Bonito - Sea - Spr, Sum, Fall - 280 G
- Rock Trout - Sea - Spr, Winter - 180 G
- Yellow Tail - Sea - Spr, Winter - 300 G
- Tuna - Sea - Spr, Fall, Winter - 600 G


Ganache Mines:

- King Fish - bottom floor 30 - Spr, Sum, Fall, Winter - 1600 G



Miscellaneous:
--------------

- Empty Can - 10 G
- Rubber Boot - 10 G
- Swim Shorts - 50 G
- Algae - 10 G


Single Fish List by Name only:
------------------------------

- Swordfish - sell 750
- Char - sell 120
- Rainbow Trout - sell 70 G
- Big-Scaled Redfin - sell 30 G
- Carp - sell 120 G
- Eel - sell 600 G
- Masu Trout - sell 110 G
- Huchen - sell 1,000 G
- Salmon - sell 240 G
- Pond Smelt - sell 20 G
- Catfish - sell 80 G
- Puffer Fish - sell 50 G
- Sardine - sell 50 G
- Goby -sell 40 G
- Mahi-Mahi - sell 310 G
- Horse Mackerel - sell 70 G
- Mackerel - sell 60 G
- Sea Bream - sell 300 G
- Bonito - sell 280 G
- Saury - sell 70 G
- Rockfish - sell 230 G
- Manta Ray - sell 350 G
- Rock Trout - sell 180 G
- Rock Lobster - sell 240 G
- Lobster - sell 600 G
- Cod - sell 80 G
- Angler Fish - sell 770 G
- Yellow Tail - sell 300 G
- Tuna - sell 600 G
- Halibut - sell 190 G
- Conger Eel - sell 210 G
- Flounder - sell 120 G
- Squid - sell 110 G
- Octopus - sell 140 G
- Freshwater Prawn - sell 150 G
- Crawfish - sell 20 G
- Shark - sell 700 G
- Skull Jellyfish - sell 950 G
- Wood Fish - sell 900 G
- Seasky - sell 1,000 G
- King Fish - sell 1,600 G


Note: In the final US version there are no raw/fresh fish
      sold at On The Hook but you can get some grilled fish:

      - Grilled Clam - 195 G
      - Grilled Salmon - 405 G
      - Grilled Squid - 210 G
      - Grilled Sardine - 120 G
      - Grilled Horse Mackerel - 150 G
      - Grilled Mackerel - 135 G
      - Grilled Saury - 180 G


========================== 
         Cooking
==========================


- You don't have to buy any cook books to get recipes but you
  do need to find and gather them

  - Watching Cooking Show (TV: 10am-2pm) (1 per week)
  - Any cooked/processed gift given to you
  - Any cooked/processed gift you buy (shops, festivals, etc)

  - Any recipe you find at homes in kitchens
    - Houses open at usual times even on festival/market days
    - Houses closed from 8pm-7am (1 each per house per day)
      - Yolanda's House
      - Mira's House
      - Chase's House

- If you come across a recipe in your cookbook that lists
  Southern Island as a location then that will be Toucan Island,
  Eastern Island is Gull Island (West/East), Large Bird Island
  is West Gull Island, Small Bird Island is East Gull Island.

- You may receive recipes from houses that are not listed in
  your cooking list/bookshelf and may not be able to make them
  yourself after that even though it says that you received the
  recipe and it is recorded on your bookshelf. I have "received"
  recipes like the Shining Baumkuchen and different grades of
  the Box Lunches.

- Cooking can be your money making friend if you cook the right
  recipes. At the start you can make a lot of money by planting
  potatoes (doesn't even need fertilizer). Cook one potato
  (decent potatoes give more profit) in a frying pan to make
  the Stir Fry recipe and then ship them. You will make lots of
  money early in the game. If you make more than 10,000 G in one
  day then the 5 harvest sprites will dance on your morning
  money total page with the word "Congratulations" flashing.
  Potato Seeds are cheap and are sold at Souffle Farm. Get a lot
  of them. You can plant about 4-5 cycles of potatoes in Spring
  and it will help increase your watering can skill as well.

  Note: All info above also works for Turnips and any other
        vegetable. Most vegetable grades can be used for a
        profit by making Stir-fry but a few shining vegetable
        grades will get you more profit if the shining vegetable
        is just shipped instead (like pumpkin).


- Cooked items always give you more stamina and fullness than
  raw items. Most raw items you need to cook anyway.

- Cooked items are better for increasing friendships quicker
  especially with eligible marriage partners (Jin does love raw
  pontata root though)

- Mushrooms and Toadstools will not have any bad effects if cooked
  in any dish. Eaten raw, the mushrooms will increase stamina some and
  the toadstools will decrease stamina a lot.

- Medicines, Cold Medicines, and Stay Awake have low stamina recovery
  amounts but cure conditions and can save you from passing out &/or
  being sleepy all day (sleepy/fatigue = walk r..e..a..l..l..y slowly
  and use a lot more stamina for actions/blue bubbles rise from
  character)

- Burnt/Ruined/Failed/Weird dishes are best shipped for 10 G a piece.
  If you eat the dish then it will drop your stamina by 50-70 points.
  - Failed Dish: any failed recipe using the knife (black/plate)
  - Failed Soup: any failed recipe using the pot (black/bowl)
  - Failed Dish: any failed recipe using the frying pan (colored/plate)
  - Failed Dish: any failed recipe using the oven (colored/plate)
  - Failed Soup: any failed recipe using the mixer (black/bowl)
  - Weird Dish: any failed recipe using the aging pot (colored/plate)
  - Failed Dish: any failed recipe using any bonfire (black/plate)

  - You need to make (or find) one each of the failed dishes for the
    cooking list/bookshelf. After that just enter all the ingredients
    you want while standing in front of the utensil you are cooking
    with. Now instead of clicking the Start button (from within cooking
    menu) just rotate over to the recipe button and click it. This
    will tell you if the ingredients you have entered will make a
    valid recipe or a failed dish (great for experimenting to find
    recipes).

- Here are a few easy recipes that will up your stamina & Fatigue 
  beginning with the easiest to make in the beginning:

  To recover stamina (energy/bar):

  - Herbal Tea: 1 any herb, Pot 
    - Green Herb is cheapest (eaten alone = 20 stamina)
    - 80 stamina

  - Potato Stew: 1 Potato, Pot
    - Use lowest grade/grade will be lost when cooked
    - You can grow and use the potato seeds you got from the Homestay
      or grow and ship them to get more money for more potato seeds
    - 100 stamina

  - Stir-Fry: Any vegetable, Frying Pan
    - Use lowest grade/grade will be lost when cooked
    - Sell 230 G
    - Can't buy anywhere
    - 150 stamina

  - Miso Soup: 1 Laver Seaweed, Pot
    - Pick up from beaches
    - 100 stamina

  - Buckwheat Noodles: 1 Buckwheat, Pot
    - You can't get buckwheat until 1st winter
    - Grow buckwheat or get Decent Buckwheat from Souffle Farm
    - 400 stamina

  - Berry Juice: 1 Very Berry, Mixer
    - Pick up in the Praline Forest area
    - 80 stamina

  - Blueberry Juice: 1 Blueberry, Mixer
    - Pick up in the Praline Forest area
    - 80 stamina

  - Rice Ball: 1 Rice, Cutting Board Set
    - Grow rice or get Decent Rice from Souffle Farm
    - Use lowest grade/grade will be lost when cooked
    - 180 stamina 

  - Seasoned Egg: 1 Egg, Aging Pot
    - Use lowest grade/grade will be lost when cooked
    - 100 stamina
 

  To recover from fatigue (sleepiness/bubbles):

  - Drink 1 Stay Awake 
    - Make: Pontata Root, Spicy Pepper, Milk, Mixer
    - Wakes you up and gives you 10 stamina
    - Buy: Meringue Clinic

  - Drink 1 Super Stay Awake
    - Make: Pontata Root, Spicy Pepper, Milk, Red Herb, Mixer
    - Wakes you up and gives you 200 stamina
    - Buy: Meringue Clinic

  - Drink 1 Vegetable Juice
    - Make: Cabbage + Spinach + Bell Pepper + Green Herb, Mixer
    - Wakes you up and gives you 100 stamina
    - Buy: Meringue Clinic

  - Drink 2 Tomato Juice
    - Make: Tomato, Mixer
    - 1 will increase your stamina
    - 2 will increase your stamina and wake you up
    - Buy: Sundae Inn from Colleen


  To recover from sickness (mask on mouth/feel hot):

  - Drink 1 Cold Medicine:
    - Make: Pontata Root + Royal Jelly + Mushroom, Mixer
    - Will cure your cold and give you 10 stamina
    - Buy: Meringue Clinic
   

- Cooking with fish is the only way to get different grades of dishes.
  The better grade the fish then the better grade the dish. Grades
  are: D, C, B, A, S. The more the fish you cook with in the same
  dish then the better the grade of the dish.

- Ship your higher grade crops to earn you more money - they will
  not raise the grade/quality of cooked dishes. The only exception
  to this is a few of the rainbow recipes that require a certain
  grade to be used in cooking.

- Duck & Ostrich eggs will lose their grade when processed. Chicken
  eggs and any milk product will retain the grade of the milk
  (butter, cheese, etc) when processed. All eggs and milk will
  lose their grades when used in cooked dishes.

- Any type of yarn will lose its grade when dyed so it is best to
  use decent yarn instead of shinning yarn when dying yarn.
  However, a blue herb & Shining Wool/Thread/Yarn will always be more
  profitable even then the Shining product processed but un-dyed.

- The level of your house determines the size of your kitchen:
  - Level 1 House: 2 spaces for cooking utensils
  - Level 2 House: 3 spaces for cooking utensils
  - Level 3 House: 4 spaces for cooking utensils
  - Level 4 House: 5 spaces for cooking utensils
  - Level 5 House: 6 spaces for cooking utensils
    - Perfect kitchen - holds all utensils on counter

- You can switch cooking utensils if you don't have enough space
  on the kitchen counter (end table by bed/furniture section)

- Fridges can hold edible items like raw foods and cooked foods

- Shelves/Cabinets can hold all non-edible items like ores and flowers

- Your tool box can hold any items (it is a great mini storage!)

- You can stack up to 99 items per each square of the same type

- When items of the same type but different grades go into your
  rucksack, fridge, or shelf then they will occupy different
  squares and auto stack together by same type and same grade

- This means that you will have stacks up to 99 of each item in
  each grade. However, once stacked then you can not unstack the
  items. 
  - Don't panic over not being able to unstack your stacks of
    items. It all works out ok. 
  - When you cook, only one item will be taken off of the stack and
    placed in an ingredient slot at a time (multiple of same ingredient
    also comes off the stack). 
  - When giving gifts then only one item will come off of the stack
    - the whole stack will not be given.
  - When upgrading tools or jewelry then only one item will be taken
    off a stack at a time.
  - If you want to ship some of an item and save/store some of the same
    item then gather what you want to ship and ship it. Then gather what
    you want to store/give and use it for that purpose.
  - Remember that you can use separate amounts of stacks in separate
    fridges and shelves and store them or keep them both in your house
  - If you have two stacks of the same item that you don't want to
    stack together but you want to move them around separately then just
    get a third storage unit (fridge/cabinet/etc). This allows you to 
    switch them from one storage unit to your rucksack and then to
    another storage unit. Be sure to move each separtated stack carefully
    so that you do not have the same item in your rucksack or else they
    will auto-stack together.

- Wonderfuls (un-inspected gems) and Animal Medicine can not be stacked

- Refined/inspected gems can be stacked

- Different types of fish will stack together with their own types


- To cook:
  - Place needed ingredients in your rucksack
    - You can not access the fridge or cabinet once you begin cooking so
      if you have no ingredients then you can not cook
  - Go into kitchen
  - Stand behind counter in front of utensil you wish to use
  - Press A at utensil (equip utensil on counter space if needed)
    - If you have no utensils then you can not cook anything
    - Buy utensils from Simon at the General Store or at festivals
    - Use the end table by your bed to place or switch utensils on counter
    - Utensils will be listed in the furniture section
  - Menu opens also displaying your empty ingredient slots (rucksack)
    - More upgrades of your rucksack = more spaces to hold ingredients
  - Rotate rucksack items around and place the items you want
    into the empty ingredient slots (nunchuck control stick and press A)
  - You can fill 1 to 5 of the cooking slots
  - Adding duplicate or extra ingredients than recipe calls for may or
    may not improve the dish
  - You can make burnt/ruined dishes (failed/wierd dishes)
  - You can discover new recipes by trial and error (will show in list/
    bookshelf)
  - Select and press Start to cook the dish
  - Select and press Quit to exit out completely without cooking the dish
  - Select and press recipe to see if the selected ingredient is used in
    any recipes you have or to see if it will make a failed dish

  Note: Recipes are made one-at-a-time so if you have 30 potatoes that you
    want to make into stir-fry then you will have to go through the whole
    process 30 times. The first time you make a dish you will get a short
    cooking cutscene and then the new recipe will be added to your cooking
    list/bookshelf. Any already made dish will just present the dish quickly.


Finding Recipes:
----------------

- Watch the cooking show on TV for some recipes (10am-2pm)
- Experiment by cooking random items
- Look around other people's kitchens for recipes
  - Mira, Yolanda, Chase
- Talk to people at festivals
- Any time you get food/dish from someone you will get that recipe
- You also get recipes if you buy from places like the inn
- You get some recipes from festivals
- Once you make or receive a recipe it is registered and you don't
  have to remember how to make it but you do need to have all the
  ingredients to make it


Cooking with Beach Fires:
-------------------------

- You need to use the Matches to be able to make fires on the beaches
- You can only light fires on sunny or cloudy days
- You only need to buy the matches once and then use it to light any
  firewood stack on any beach. Your matches will not run out and you
  can use the firewood stack to cook repeatedly and it will stay lit
  until you leave the area.
- You can only cook over a lit fire
- You can buy the matches at the General Store
  (need 1 star farm rank)
- Grilled fish usually ship for more than raw/fresh fish

Cookable Items:

- Any type and any size of fish
- Clams
- Sea Urchins
- Eggplant
- Corn
- Yam
- Chestnuts

Note: See Bonfire Recipes list under Cooking for all recipes.


Firewood Stack Locations:

- Waffle Town Beach (Cream Beach)
- Caramel River Beach (South of farm plots)
- West Gull Island Beach
- Toucan Island Beach


Cooking Utensils:
-----------------

- You can't cook anything unless you have the proper cooking utensils
- You can buy utensils at the General Store
- You can also buy some utensils from Maya (Spring & Summer Flea Markets)
- A Dye Pot will be included when you buy the yarn maker from the General
  Store. The Dye Pot will go to the right of the front of the barn (inside).

- Most "sets" follow a color pattern:

  - Sometimes you will come across an item that is not
    in the color scheme of the set however

  - Cute: Pink & White
  - Country: Brown & Green
  - Normal: Lighter Wood colors
  - Simple: White/Brown accents & Green
  - Chic: Black & Red
  - Gorgeous: Gold/Gold accents
  - Royal: Dark Blue


General Store:

- Cutting Board Set/Cute - 0 star farm rank - 1,800 G
- Cutting Board Set/Country - 1 star farm rank - 1,500 G
- Cutting Board Set/Normal - 1 star farm rank - 1,500 G
- Cutting Board Set/Simple - 2 star farm rank - 1,650 G

- Pot/Cute - 0 star farm rank - 2,550 G
- Pot/Country - 1 star farm rank - 2,250 G 
- Pot/Normal - 1 star farm rank - 2,550 G
- Pot/Simple - 2 star farm rank - 2,400 G

- Frying Pan/Cute - 0 star farm rank - 2,100 G
- Frying Pan/Country - 1 star farm rank - 1,800 G
- Frying Pan/Normal - 1 star farm rank - 1,800 G
- Frying Pan/Simple - 2 star farm rank - 1,950 G

- Mixer/Blender/Cute - 0 star farm rank - 1,500 G
- Mixer/Blender/Country - 1 star farm rank - 1,200 G
- Mixer/Blender/Normal - 1 star farm rank - 1,200 G
- Mixer/Blender/Simple - 2 star farm rank - 1,350 G

- Oven/Microwave/Cute - 0 star farm rank - 2,850 G
- Oven/Microwave/Country - 1 star farm rank - 2,550 G
- Oven/Microwave/Normal - 1 star farm rank - 2,550 G
- Oven/Microwave/Simple - 2 star farm rank - 2,700 G

- Aging Pot/Fermentation Pot/Cute/White - 0 star farm rank - 2,325 G
- Aging Pot/Fermentation Pot/Country/Gray - 1 star farm rank - 2,175 G
- Aging Pot/Fermentation Pot/Normal/Brown - 1 star farm rank - 2,175 G
- Aging Pot/Fermentation Pot/Simple/Clay - 2 star farm rank - 2,475 G

- Matches: Matches for beach fires - 600 G


Maya Spring/Summer Flea Markets:

  - Cutting Board Set/Gorgeous - 3,000 G
  - Pot/Gorgeous - 3,750 G
  - Frying Pan/Gorgeous - 3,300 G
  - Oven/Microwave/Gorgeous - 4,050 G
  - Mixer/Blender/Gorgeous - 2,700 G
  - Aging Pot/Fermentation Pot/Gorgeous/Gold - 3,675 G


Note: The General Store also has a variety of cabinets & fridges
      for storage. Also, be sure to check festivals and flea
      markets for additional shelves and fridges.
      - The Furniture List section has them all listed



Recipes List:
-------------


- When using fish remember that rarity counts more towards the quality
  of the final dish (rarer fish = higher quality dish)

- Also, the more fish in a dish the better the grade of the dish

- Pie crust is needed to make all pies

- All recipe sell prices are shipping prices


For all recipes below listing:
- Fish: any fish can be used
- Crustacean: any Freshwater Prawn, Crawfish, Lobster, Rock Lobster
- Vegetable: any vegetable can be used
- Herb: any herb any color can be used



Knife (Cutting Board Set):
**************************

- Rice Ball: Rice
     - Sell 50 G/Buy 60 G/180 stamina

- Sashimi: 2 or more fish (more fish &/or rare fish = better dish)
     - Decent: Sell 270 G/can't buy/80 stamina
     - Good: Sell 530 G/Buy 795 G/100 stamina/Ocean Festival
     - Perfect: Sell 1,060 G/can't buy/120 stamina
     - Shining: Sell 2,120 G/can't buy/140 stamina

- Sushi: + 1 or more fish, Rice
     - Decent: Sell 310 G/can't buy/180 stamina
     - Good: Sell 620 G/can't buy/210 stamina
     - Perfect: Sell 1,240 G/can't buy/240 stamina
     - Shining: Sell 2,480 G/can't buy/270 stamina

- Marinated Fish: Fish (any kind) + Onion + herb (any color)
     - Sell 850 G/can't buy/300 stamina
 
- Chirashi Sushi Rice: + Egg + Mushroom + Rock Lobster + Conger Eel
     - Sell 160 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Marinated Mushroom: Mushroom + herb (any color)
     - Sell 320 G/Buy 480 G/100 stamina/Sundae Inn
 
- Pie Crust: Breadfruit + Butter
     - Sell 130 G/can't buy/10 stamina
 
- Vegetable Salad: Any vegetable + Mayonnaise
     - Sell 240 G/can't buy/100 stamina
 
- Egg Salad: Any vegetable + Egg + Mayonnaise 
     - Sell 320 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Vegetable Sandwich: Bread + Butter + any vegetable + Mayonnaise
     - Sell 300 G/can't buy/200 stamina

- Egg Sandwich: Bread + Butter + Egg + Mayonnaise
     - Sell 260 G/Buy 390 G/180 stamina
 
- Mushroom Rice: Rice + Mushroom
     - Sell 210 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Potato Rice: Rice + Yam
     - Sell 250 G/can't buy/200 stamina
 
- Chestnut Rice: Rice + Chestnut
     - Sell 200 G/can't buy/200 stamina
 
- Bamboo Rice: Rice + Bamboo Shoot
     - Sell 520 G/can't buy/250 stamina
 
- Egg Rice: Rice + Egg
     - Sell 300 G/can't buy/150 stamina
 
- Eel Bowl: Rice + Eel
     - Sell 660 G/can't buy/350 stamina 
 
- Conger Eel Bowl: Rice + Conger Eel
     - Sell 450 G/can't buy/260 stamina
 
- Tuna bowl: Rice + Tuna
     - Sell 560 G/can't buy/320 stamina
 
- Buckwheat Chips: Buckwheat
     - Sell 130 G/can't buy/80 stamina
 
- Chocolate Bar: Cocoa + Milk
     - Sell 300 G/can't buy/300 stamina
 
- Chocolate Banana: Cocoa + Milk + Banana
     - Sell 330 G/Buy 495 G/320 stamina/Ocean Festival



Pot:
****


- Potato Stew: Potato
     - Sell 130 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Yam Stew: Yam
     - Sell 120 G/can't buy/100 stamina
 
- Bamboo Stew: Bamboo Shoot
     - Sell 370 G/can't buy/100 stamina
 
- Pumpkin Stew: Pumpkin
     - Sell 220 G/can't buy/100 stamina
 
- Boiled Corn: Corn
     - Sell 170 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Steamed Turnip: Turnip + Sea Bream
     - Sell 380 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Cheese Risotto: Rice + Cheese + Onion
     - Sell 460 G/can't buy/250 stamina

- Tomato Risotto: Rice + Tomato + Onion
     - Sell 440 G/Buy 660 G/200 stamina/Sundae Inn

- Seafood Risotto: Rice + any kind of crustacean + Squid + Clam + Onion
     - Sell 740 G/can't buy/300 stamina

- Spinach Risotto: Rice + Spinach + Onion
     - Sell 320 G/can't buy/180 stamina

- Bouillabaisse: Tomato + Onion + Red Herb + any fish + any crustacean
     - Decent: Sell 360 G/can't buy/280 stamina
     - Good: Sell 450 G/can't buy/280 stamina
     - Perfect: Sell 540 G/can't buy/280 stamina
     - Shining: Sell 1,320 G/can't buy/280 stamina

- Spicy Seafood Soup: Any prawn + Tomato + Onion + Spicy Pepper
     - Sell 450 G/can't buy/260 stamina

- Egg Soup: Egg + Milk
     - Sell 280 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Corn Soup: Corn + Milk
     - Sell 260 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Tomato Soup: Tomato + Milk
     - Sell 250 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Shark Fin Soup: Shark + any herb + Spinach
     - Sell 1,740 G/can't buy/250 stamina

- Stew: Milk + Butter + Carrot + Onion + Potato
     - Sell 450 G/Buy 675 G/320 stamina

- Seafood Stew: Milk + Butter + Clam + any crustacean + Squid
     - Sell 620 G/can't buy/360 stamina

- Spicy Stew: Milk + Spicy Pepper + Carrot + Onion + Potato
     - Sell 480 G/can't buy/300 stamina

- Salmon Cream Stew: Milk + Butter + Carrot + Onion + Salmon
     - Sell 520 G/can't buy/300 stamina

- Sardine Tomato Stew: Tomato + Sardine + any herb
     - Sell 230 G/can't buy/180 stamina

- Saury Tomato Stew: Tomato + Saury + any herb
     - Sell 250 G/can't buy/180 stamina

- Squid Tomato Stew: Tomato + Squid + any herb
     - Sell 200 G/can't buy/160 stamina

- Steamed Egg: Egg + Freshwater Prawn + Spinach
     - Sell 280 G/can't buy/200 stamina

- Boiled Spinach: Spinach
     - Sell 140 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Cheese Fondue: Cheese + Grape Cocktail + Bread
     - Sell 300 G/can't buy/230 stamina

- Chocolate Fondue: Cocoa + Milk + Bread
     - Sell 340 G/Buy 510 G/240 stamina/Sundae Inn

- Marmalade Jam: 2 Oranges
     - Sell 330 G/Buy 495 G/210 stamina/Animal Festival

- Berry Jam: 2 Very Berries
     - Sell 140 G/Buy 210 G/150 stamina/Animal Festival

- Blueberry Jam: 2 Blueberries
     - Sell 160 G/can't buy/180 stamina

- Strawberry Jam: 2 Strawberries
     - Sell 550 G/can't buy/250 stamina

- Apple Jam: 2 Apples
     - Sell 420 G/Buy 630 G/200 stamina/Animal Festival

- Buckwheat Noodles: Buckwheat
     - Sell 300 G/can't buy/400 stamina

- Buckwheat Noodles With Egg: Buckwheat + Egg
     - Sell 460 G/can't buy/450 stamina

- Tempura Buckwheat Noodles: Buckwheat + Eggplant + any crustacean
     - Sell 600 G/can't buy/500 stamina

- Shark Fin Stew: Shark
     - Sell 1,020 G/Buy 1,530 G/180 stamina/Sundae Inn

- Potato Miso Soup: Potato + Laver Seaweed
     - Sell 210 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Seaweed Miso Soup: Laver Seaweed
     - Sell 170 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Clam Soup: Clam
     - Sell 320 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Fish Soup: Sea Bream
     - Sell 460 G/Buy 690 G/180 stamina/Ocean Festival

- Hot Milk: Milk
     - Sell 220 G/Buy 330 G/130 stamina/Sundae Inn

- Hot Cocoa: Cocoa + Milk
     - Sell 380 G/Buy 570 G/150 stamina/Sundae Inn

- Herbal Tea: Herb (any color)
     - Sell 70 G/Buy 105 G/80 stamina/Meringue Clinic & Sundae Inn

- Milk Tea: Herb (any color) + Milk
     - Sell 270 G/Buy 405 G/100 stamina/Sundae Inn



Frying Pan:
***********

- Fried Egg: Egg
     - Sell 150 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Plain Omelet: Egg + Butter
     - Sell 160 G/Buy 240 G/200 stamina/Spring & Summer Flea Markets

- Tomato Omelet: Egg + Butter + Tomato
     - Sell 270 G/can't buy/220 stamina

- Cheese Omelet: Egg + Butter + Cheese
     - Sell 290 G/Buy 435 G/260 stamina/Animal Festival

- Omelet Rice: Egg + Butter + Rice
     - Sell 220 G/Buy 330 G/350 stamina/Sundae Inn

- Southern Omelet: Egg + Rice + Pineapple + any crustacean + Spicy Pepper
     - Sell 370 G/Buy 550 G/400 stamina/Pineapple Inn

- Fried Rice: Rice + Onion + Egg
     - Sell 280 G/can't buy/320 stamina

- Seafood Fried Rice: Rice + Onion + Egg + any crustacean + Squid
     - Sell 600 G/can't buy/400 stamina

- Southern Fried Rice: Rice + Pineapple + any crustacean + Spicy Pepper
     - Sell 510 G/Buy 765 G/370 stamina/Pineapple Inn

- Salmon Fried Rice: Rice + Egg + Salmon
     - Sell 410 G/can't buy/430 stamina

- Croquette: Potato + Breadfruit + Egg
     - Sell 250 G/can't buy/180 stamina

- Pumpkin Croquette: Pumpkin + Breadfruit + Egg
     - Sell 320 G/can't buy/180 stamina

- Sauteed Clam: Clam + Butter
     - Sell 230 G/can't buy/220 stamina

- Fish Meuniere: Any fish + Butter + any herb + Spinach
     - Decent: Sell 280 G/can't buy/180 stamina
     - Good: Sell 420 G/Buy 630 G/180 stamina/Sundae Inn
     - Perfect: Sell 640 G/can't buy/180 stamina
     - Shining; Sell 1,350 G/can't buy/180 stamina

- Sauteed Spinach: Spinach + Butter
     - Sell 210 G/can't buy/160 stamina

- Sauteed Mushroom: Mushroom + Butter
     - Sell 180 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Sauteed Potato: Potato + Butter
     - Sell 120 G/Buy 180 G/170 stamina/Ocean Festival

- Stir-Fry: Any vegetable
     - Sell 230 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Pancake: Breadfruit + Milk + Egg + honey (any color)
     - Sell 590 G/Buy 885 G/300 stamina

- Potato Pancake: Potato + Egg + Milk
     - Sell 430 G/can't buy/300 stamina

- Ratatouille: Tomato + Eggplant + Bell Pepper + Onion
     - Sell 380 G/can't buy/280 stamina



Oven (Microwave):
*****************

- Mont Blanc Cake: Breadfruit + Egg + Milk + Butter + Chestnut
     - Sell 580 G/Buy 870 G/380 stamina/Fall & Winter Flea Markets

- Shortcake: Breadfruit + Egg + Milk + Butter + Strawberry
     - Sell 730 G/Buy 1,095 G/350 stamina/Fall & Winter Flea Markets

- Yam Cake: Breadfruit + Egg + Milk + Butter + Yam
     - Sell 590 G/can't buy/320 stamina

- Carrot Cake: Breadfruit + Egg + Milk + Butter + Carrot
     - Sell 600 G/Buy 900 G/320 stamina/Fall & Winter Flea Markets

- Pumpkin Cake: Breadfruit + Egg + Milk + Butter + Pumpkin
     - Sell 660 G/Buy 990 G/320 stamina/Fall & Winter Flea Markets

- Spinach Cake: Breadfruit + Egg + Milk + Butter + Spinach
     - Sell 600 G/can't buy/320 stamina

- Orange Cake: Breadfruit + Egg + Milk + Butter + Orange
     - Sell 630 G/can't buy/320 stamina

- Cheesecake: Breadfruit + Egg + Milk + Butter + Cheese
     - Sell 680 G/can't buy/350 stamina

- Chocolate Cake: Breadfruit + Egg + Milk + Butter + Cocoa
     - Sell 650 G/can't buy/360 stamina

- Pudding: Milk + Egg
     - Sell 200 G/can't buy/260 stamina

- Chocolate Pudding: Egg + Milk + Cocoa
     - Sell 380 G/can't buy/300 stamina

- Pumpkin Pudding: Milk + Egg + Pumpkin
     - Sell 330 G/Buy 495 G/350 stamina/Fall & Winter Flea Markets

- Banana Pudding: Milk + Egg + Banana
     - Sell 560 G/Buy 840 G/320 stamina/Ocean Festival & Sundae Inn

- Apple Pie: Pie Crust + Apple + Egg
     - Sell 420 G/Buy 630 G/350 stamina/Sundae Inn

- Pumpkin Pie: Pie Crust + Pumpkin + Egg
     - Sell 430 G/Buy /380 stamina/Fall & Winter Flea Markets

- Chocolate Pie: Pie Crust + Cocoa + Egg
     - Sell 530 G/can't buy/360 stamina

- Orange Pie: Pie Crust + Orange + Egg
     - Sell 400 G/can't buy/350 stamina

- Chestnut Pie: Pie Crust + Chestnut + Egg
     - Sell 370 G/Buy 555 G/380 stamina/Fall & Winter Flea Markets

- Sweet Yam Cake: Yam + Egg + Milk + Butter
     - Sell 440 G/Buy 660 G/400 stamina/Fall & Winter Flea Markets

- Mashed Potato: Potato + Milk + Butter
     - Sell 320 G/can't buy/280 stamina

- Cookies: Breadfruit + Egg + Butter
     - Sell 200 G/Buy 300 G/300 stamina

- Herb Cookies: Breadfruit + Egg + Butter + herb (any color)
     - Sell 230 G/Buy 345 G/320 stamina/Fall & Winter Flea Markets

- Orange Cookies: Breadfruit + Egg + Butter + Orange
     - Sell 320 G/Buy 480 G/330 stamina/Ocean Festival

- Chocolate Cookies: Breadfruit + Egg + Butter + Cocoa
     - Sell 440 G/can't buy/340 stamina

- Bread: Breadfruit + butter + Milk
     - Sell 280 G/can't buy/260 stamina

- Herb Bread: Breadfruit + Butter + Milk + herb (any color)
     - Sell 350 G/can't buy/300 stamina

- Onion Bread: Breadfruit + butter + Milk + Onion
     - Sell 390 G/can't buy/300 stamina

- Corn Bread: Breadfruit + Butter + Milk + Corn
     - Sell 440 G/can't buy/300 stamina

- Herb Fish: 1 herb (any color) + 1 or more fish
     - Decent: Sell 260 G/can't buy/280 stamina
     - Good: Sell 320 G/can't buy/280 stamina
     - Perfect: Sell 630 G/can't buy/280 stamina
     - Shining: Sell 1,320 G/can't buy/280 stamina

- Bamboo en Papilotte: Bamboo Shoot
     - Sell 370 G/can't buy/200 stamina

- Pizza: Pie Crust + Cheese
     - Sell 900 G/can't buy/500 stamina

- Seafood Pizza: Pie Crust + Cheese + any crustacean + Squid
     - Sell 1,200 G/can't buy/530 stamina

- Vegetable Pizza: Pie Crust + Cheese + any 1 or more vegetables
     - Sell 1,000 G/can't buy/510 stamina

- Potato Gratin: Potato + Cheese + Butter + Milk
     - Sell 530 G/can't buy/400 stamina

- Seafood Gratin: Any crustacean + Squid + Cheese + Butter + Milk
     - Sell 820 G/can't buy/380 stamina

- Mushroom Gratin: Mushroom + Cheese + Butter + Milk
     - Sell 450 G/Buy 675 G/280 stamina/Sundae Inn

- Doria: Mushroom + Cheese + Milk + Rice
     - Sell 600 G/can't buy/300 stamina

- Seafood Doria: Any crustacean + Clam + Cheese + Milk + Rice
     - Sell 820 G/can't buy/320 stamina

- French Fries: Potato
     - Sell 140 G/can't buy/120 stamina



Mixer (Blender):
****************

- Perfumes are gifts and non-edible


- Perfume (Decent): Any 2 flowers 
     - Sell 100 G

- Purple Perfume: 2 Lavender Flowers 
     - Sell 170 G

- Yellow Perfume: 2 Moondrop Flowers
     - Sell 160 G/Buy 240 G/ Flower Festival

- Green Perfume: 2 Green Bell Flowers
     - Sell 290 G

- Red Perfume: 2 Roses
     - Sell 210 G/Buy 315 G/Flower Festival

- Blue Perfume: 2 Blue Mist Flowers
     - Sell 1,210 G/Buy 1,815 G/Flower Festival

- Shining Perfume: 5 different flowers (must total 500 G or more)
     - Sell 1,030 G

 
- Carrot Juice: Carrot
     - Sell 140 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Tomato Juice: Tomato
     - Sell 160 G/Buy 240 G/100 stamina/Sundae Inn

- Vegetable Juice: Cabbage + Spinach + Bell Pepper + Green Herb
     - Sell 280 G/Buy 420 G/300 stamina/Meringue Clinic

- Orange Juice: Orange
     - Sell 150 G/Buy 225 G/100 stamina/Ocean Festival

- Blueberry Juice: Blueberry
     - Sell 70 G/can't buy/80 stamina

- Berry Juice: Very Berry
     - Sell 70 G/Buy 105 G/80 stamina/Sundae Inn

- Apple Juice: Apple
     - Sell 170 G/can't buy/180 stamina

- Pineapple Juice: Pineapple
     - Sell 270 G/Buy 405 G/160 stamina/Sundae Inn & Pineapple Inn
                                        & Ocean Festival

- Honeydew Juice: Honeydew
     - Sell 270 G/can't buy/210 stamina

- Grape Juice: Grape
     - Sell 160 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Coconut Juice: Coconut
     - Sell 250 G/Buy 375 G/100 stamina/Pineapple Inn & Ocean Festival

- Yogurt Drink: Yogurt + honey (any color)
     - Sell 260 G/can't buy/250 stamina

- Strawberry Milk: Strawberry + Milk
     - Sell 390 G/can't buy/250 stamina

- Honeydew Milk: Honeydew + Milk
     - Sell 470 G/Buy 705 G/280 stamina/Ocean Festival

- Banana Milk: Banana + Milk
     - Sell 400 G/Buy 600 G/260 stamina/Ocean Festival

- Bodigizer (stamina): Red Herb + Pontata Root + honey (any color)
     - Sell 200 G/Buy 300 G/300 stamina/Meringue Clinic

- Bodigizer XL: Purple Herb + Pontata Root + honey (any color) + Egg
     - Sell 350 G/Buy 520 G/800 stamina/Meringue Clinic

- Cold Medicine: Pontata Root + Royal Jelly + Mushroom
     - Sell 300 G/Buy 450 G/10 stamina/Meringue Clinic

- Stay Awake: Pontata Root + Milk + Spicy Pepper
     - Sell 250 G/Buy 375 G/10 stamina/Meringue Clinic

- Super Stay Awake: Pontata Root + Milk + Spicy Pepper + Red Herb
     - Sell 350 G/Buy 525 G/200 stamina/Meringue Clinic



Fermentation/Aging Pot:
***********************

- Seasoned Egg: Egg
     - Sell 190 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Yogurt: Milk
     - Sell 230 G/Buy 345 G/150 stamina/Animal Festival

- Pickled Turnip: Turnip
     - Sell 200 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Pickled Cabbage: Cabbage
     - Sell 210 G/can't buy/110 stamina

- Pickled Eggplant: Eggplant
     - Sell 220 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Sardine in Oil: Sardine
     - Sell 150 G/can't buy/90 stamina

- Kimchi: Carrot + Cabbage + Spicy Pepper
     - Sell 350 G/can't buy/130 stamina

- Grape Cocktail: 2 Grapes
     - Sell 200 G/Buy 300 G/200 stamina/Sundae Inn Bar

- Apple Cocktail: 2 Apples
     - Sell 230 G/Buy 345 G/210 stamina/Sundae Inn Bar

- Blueberry Cocktail: 2 Blueberries
     - Sell 120 G/Buy 180 G/160 stamina/Sundae Inn Bar

- Yam Cocktail: 2 Yams
     - Sell 190 G/Buy 285 G/180 stamina/Sundae Inn Bar

- Buckwheat Cocktail: 2 Buckwheat
     - Sell 140 G/Buy 210 G/160 stamina/Sundae Inn Bar

- Coconut Cocktail: 2 Coconuts
     - Sell 330 G/Buy 495 G/180 stamina/Sundae Inn Bar

- Rice Cocktail: 2 Rice
     - Sell 230 G/Buy 345 G/200 stamina/Sundae Inn Bar



Bonfire (Firewood Stack):
*************************


- Grilled Swordfish: Swordfish
     - Sell 780 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Grilled Char: Char
     - Sell 150 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Grilled Rainbow Trout: Rainbow Trout
     - Sell 100 G/can't buy/80 stamina

- Grilled Masu Trout: Masu Trout
     - Sell 140 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Grilled Redfin: Big-Scaled Redfin
     - Sell 50 G/can't buy/50 stamina

- Grilled Carp: Carp
     - Sell 150 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Grilled Eel: Eel
     - Sell 630 G/can't buy/180 stamina

- Grilled Pond Smelt: Pond Smelt
     - Sell 50 G/can't buy/60 stamina

- Grilled Huchen: Huchen
     - Sell 990 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Grilled Salmon: Salmon
     - Sell 270 G/Buy 405 G/150 stamina

- Grilled Catfish: Catfish
     - Sell 110 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Grilled Puffer Fish: Puffer Fish
     - Sell 80 G/can't buy/-150 stamina (do not eat)

- Grilled Goby: Goby
     - Sell 70 G/can't buy/70 stamina

- Grilled Sardine: Sardine
     - Sell 80 G/Buy 120 G/80 stamina

- Grilled Mahi-Mahi: Mahi-Mahi
     - Sell 340 G/can't buy/90 stamina

- Grilled Horse Mackerel: Horse Mackerel
     - Sell 100 G/Buy 150 G/80 stamina

- Grilled Sea Bream: Sea Bream
     - Sell 330 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Grilled Bonito: Bonito
     - Sell 330 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Grilled Mackerel: Mackerel
     - Sell 90 G/Buy 135 G/100 stamina

- Grilled Saury: Saury
     - Sell 120 G/Buy 180 G/190 stamina

- Grilled Manta Ray: Manta Ray
     - Sell 380 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Grilled Rockfish: Rockfish
     - Sell 260 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Grilled Cod: Cod
     - Sell 110 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Grilled Angler Fish: Angler Fish
     - Sell 800 G/can't buy/200 stamina

- Grilled Rock Trout: Rock Trout
     - Sell 210 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Grilled Yellow Tail: Yellow Tail
     - Sell 330 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Grilled Tuna: Tuna
     - Sell 630 G/can't buy/200 stamina

- Grilled Conger Eel: Conger Eel
     - Sell 240 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Grilled Halibut: Halibut
     - Sell 220 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Grilled Flounder: Flounder
     - Sell 150 G/can't buy/90 Stamina

- Grilled Squid: Squid
     - Sell 140 G/Buy 210 G/80 stamina/Ocean Festival

- Grilled Octopus: Octopus
     - Sell 170 G/can't buy/140 stamina

- Grilled Crawfish: Crawfish
     - Sell 50/can't buy/100 stamina

- Grilled Prawn: Freshwater Prawn
     - Sell 180 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Grilled Rock Lobster: Rock Lobster
     - Sell 270 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Grilled Lobster: Lobster
     - Sell 630 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Grilled Shark: Shark
     - Sell 630 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Grilled King Fish: King Fish
     - Sell 1,630 G/can't buy/500 stamina

- Grilled Clam: Clam
     - Sell 130 G/Buy 195/120 stamina/Ocean Festival

- Grilled Sea Urchin: Sea Urchin
     - Sell 550 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Grilled Eggplant: Eggplant
     - Sell 140 G/can't buy/80 stamina

- Roasted Chestnut: Chestnut
     - Sell 100 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Roasted Corn: Corn 
     - Sell 160 G/240 G/140 stamina/Ocean Festival

- Grilled Yam: Yam
     - Sell 110 G/Buy 165 G/150 stamina/Spring & Summer Flea Markets

- Grilled Wood Fish: Wood Fish
     - Sell 930 G/can't buy/200 stamina

- Grilled Skull Jellyfish: Skull Jellyfish
     - Sell 980 G/can't buy/200 stamina

- Grilled Seasky Fish: Seasky Fish
     - Sell 1,030 G/can't buy/200 stamina



Dyeing Yarn:
************

- A Dye Pot will be included when you buy the Yarn Maker from the
  General Store. The Dye Pot will go to the right of the front of
  the barn (inside).


Wool Yarn (Wool Yarn + specified color of herb or flower):
- Yellow Wool Yarn - Sell 500 G
- Green Wool Yarn - Sell 530 G
- Purple Wool Yarn - Sell 560 G
- Red Wool Yarn - Sell 620 G
- Blue Wool Yarn - Sell 930 G

- Decent Wool Yarn - Sell 250 G
- Good Wool Yarn - Sell 310 G
- Perfect Wool Yarn - Sell 430 G
- Shining Wool Yarn - Sell 620 G


Silk Yarn (Silk Yarn/thread + specified color of herb or flower):

- These are called Yarn but they are really Thread

- Yellow Silk Yarn - Sell 1,120 G
- Green Silk Yarn - Sell 1,190 G
- Purple Silk Yarn - Sell 1,260 G
- Red Silk Yarn - Sell 1,400 G
- Blue Silk Yarn - Sell 2,100 G

- Decent Silk Yarn - Sell 420 G
- Good Silk Yarn - Sell 700 G
- Perfect Silk Yarn- Sell 980 G
- Shining Silk Yarn - Sell 1,400 G


Flax Yarn (Flax Yarn + specified color of herb or flower):
- Yellow Flax Yarn - Sell 580 G
- Green Flax Yarn - Sell 610 G
- Purple Flax Yarn - Sell 650 G
- Red Flax Yarn - Sell 720 G
- Blue Flax Yarn - Sell 1,080 G

- Decent Flax Yarn - 220 G
- Good Flax Yarn - 360 G
- Perfect Flax Yarn - 500 G
- Shining Flax Yarn - 720 G


Making Rucksacks:
*****************

- Take all ingredients to Shelly at Tailor Shop

  - Level 1 (10 slots): 
    - Start with

  - Level 2 (15 slots): 
    - Get from Shelly
    - Complete 1st rainbow

  - Level 3 (20 slots): 
    - 2 Good Flax Yarn 
    - 2 Good Wool Yarn 
    - 2 Good Silk Yarn (thread)

  - Level 4 (25 slots):
    - 2 Yellow Flax Yarn
    - 2 Red Wool Yarn
    - 2 Green Silk Yarn (thread)

  - Level 5 (30 slots):
    - 1 Shining Flax Yarn
    - 1 Shining Wool Yarn
    - 1 Shining Silk Yarn (thread)


- Take all ingredients to the Harvest Goddess

  - Journey Rucksack (Play as Child/Newgame+):
    - Rare Metal
    - Black Pearl
    - Shining Flax Yarn
    - Shining Wool Yarn



Rainbow Recipe Collection List:
*******************************


Rainbow #1
----------

Grilled Yam
Carp
Good Herb Fish
Common Seashell
Apple


Rainbow #2
----------

Plain Omelet
Green Herb
Good Tomato
Grilled Eggplant
Char


Rainbow #3
----------

Saury
Blue Wonderful
Perfect Spinach
Red Wool Yarn
Banana


Rainbow #4
----------

Wood Fish
Green Bell Flower
Toadstool
Carrot Cake
Ostonnaise


Rainbow #5
----------

Tuna
Snowflake Flower
Perfect Honeydew
Lapis Lazuli
Red Honey



Rainbow 1: Daren: green sprite - Waffle Town

  - Grilled Yam 
    - Spring Flea Market/Spring 22 
    - Buy from Maya

  - Carp 
    - Fish in river 
    - More rare type of fish

  - Good Herb Fish (or superior dish of same type)
    - 4 fish, 1 herb, Oven
      OR
    - 2 Salmon (Caramel Falls), 1 Green Herb, Oven
    - Dish should be worth around 300 G
    - Daren will accept Good Herb Fish/Perfect Herb Fish/Shining Herb Fish

  - Common Seashell 
    - On most beaches

  - Apple 
    - Spring Flea Market/Spring 22 
    - Buy from Simon


Rainbow 2: Ben: blue sprite - Maple Lake Area  

  - Plain Omelet
    - Egg, Butter, Frying Pan
      - Butter: any milk, Butter Maker
      - Or buy Good Butter from Brownie Ranch
    - Or buy from Simon at Spring & Summer Flea Markets

  - Green Herb 
    - Forage
    - Praline Forest, Brownie Ranch Meadow, Waffle Town/near Yolanda's

  - Good Tomato (or superior of same type)
    - Grow/Summer 
    - Or buy at Fall Harvest Festival
    - Ben will accept Good Tomato, Perfect Tomato, Shining Tomato

  - Grilled Eggplant 
    - grill on beach/firewood stack
    - grow eggplant/Fall/Variety Seed Bag
      or buy Decent Eggplant/150 G/Souffle Farm

  - Char 
    - Common fish 
    - Catch in Caramel Falls


Rainbow 3: Collin: yellow sprite - West Gull Island

  - Saury 
    - Fish 
    - Catch in ocean in Fall & Winter
    - Or any cat at 4 hearts will give you a Saury as a gift

  - Blue Wonderful 
    - Bring hammer and mine at Ganache Mines
    - Any blue colored wonderful - not inspected/appraised
    - Use one that has no sparkles/less valuable gem

  - Perfect Spinach 
    - Grow/Fall
    - Keep all weeds away from crop/decreases the grade
    - use most upgraded fertilizer/Happy Fertilizer 

  - Red Wool Yarn 
    - Good Wool Yarn, Red Herb or any red flower, Dyeing Pot
    - Buy a Yarn/Thread Maker at the General Store
      - A Dye Pot will come with the purchase

    - Get Good Wool from sheep (less expensive) &/or buy it at
      Spring & Summer Flea Markets & process it in Yarn/Thread
      Maker & then dye it in the Dye Pot with a Red Herb

    - Or Buy Good Wool Yarn at Animal Festival/Spring 28 & 
      dye it in the Dye Pot with a Red Herb (more expensive)
      

  - Banana 
    - Get from Toucan Island/Pineapple Inn/Sampson
    - Or forage on Toucan Island
    - can't grow this on farm fields


Rainbow 4: Alan: red sprite - leader - Brownie Ranch

  - Wood Fish 
    - Rare fish 
    - Catch/night with skill 3/Gold Pole in Goddess Spring
    - Seems to be randomized so good luck
    
  - Green Bell Flower 
    - Grow/Winter 
    - Buy seeds from Sampson/Toucan Island/Pineapple Inn
    - Or buy seeds from Taylor's Seeds if Taylor is on island 
    - Or buy seeds from Craig at Fall Harvest Festival

  - Toadstool 
    - Dotted mushroom 
    - Bring hammer and pick up off ground in any Mines

  - Carrot Cake 
    - Egg, Breadfruit, Milk, Butter, Carrot, Oven
      - Carrot seeds: Fall Variety Bag  & Taylor's Seeds
      - Good Carrot: buy from Craig at Harvest Festival
    - Or buy Carrrot Cake from Elli at Fall & Winter Flea Markets 

  - Ostonnaise
    - Raise an ostrich & put its egg in the mayonnaise maker
    - Or buy Ostonnaise from Maya at Spring & Summer Flea Market 


Rainbow 5: Edge: purple sprite - Mt. Gelato

  - Tuna 
    - Rare fish 
    - Catch in ocean Spring/Fall/Winter with silver/gold pole
    - High fishing level

  - Snowflake Flower 
    - Grow/Winter
    - Buy seeds from Souffle Farm
    - Or buy Snowflake Flower from Candace at Spring & Summer Flea Markets

  - Perfect Honeydew
    - Grow/Summer
    - Buy seeds from Souffle Farm
      - Or buy actual Perfect Honeydew when Souffle Farm upgraded
    - Use Happy Fertilizer (highest fertilizer)

  - Lapis Lazuli 
    - Rare blue wonderful with one shine
    - Inspected/appraised blue wonderful from Ganache Mines
    - Or look in the gift box at the beach behind Mayor Hamilton's House
      at the start of the game

  - Red Honey 
    - Plant any red flowers (at least one bag)
    - On a sunny day watch for a bee hovering above fully grown red
      flower and harvest it immediately
    - Usually you will get Red Honey or Royal Jelly (keep the Red Honey)




==========================
        Mining
==========================


- There are wonderfuls in this game but they do not work like
  the wonderfuls in the Harvest Moon Island of Happiness game.
  Wonderfuls in this game are only un-inspected colored balls
  that you get in the mines that later are inspected/appraised
  as balls of glass or gems. They are not used on tools.

- Time does not stop or even slow down while you are in any of
  the mines. Time will pass just as fast as if you were outside
  so be very careful to track how long you have been in the mines.

- You need a hammer to mine in the mines or you won't have stairs
  and can't smash rocks and crystals but you do not dig in the
  mines so you don't need a hoe

- You will need to learn how to smash a rock with the hammer and
  then quickly unequip your hammer to be able to press A at the
  ore before it disappears

- You can use large charges in the mines to break more than one
  boulder/rock/crystal at a time. You can only charge up to a
  3X3 area in the mines even if your hammer can charge up to
  larger areas outside the mines.

- The best way to get all shining ore/gems is to charge up your
  hammer and then break all the rocks on the floor you are on.
  All the ores and gems will stay on the ground and will not
  disappear unless you pick them up and set them down again.
  Now just pick up only the ores/gems that are sparkling. You
  can fill up your rucksack and also carry one more ore/gem
  out of the mine. I usually pick up any sparkling ore/gem
  as soon as I see it in case I accidently get blinding gas
  or fall down a crack (all exposed ores/gems on ground will
  be lost). You can also check your rucksack and see how many
  sparkles each ore/gem has (more shines = more value). You
  can not set an ore/gem down to get another one out of your
  rucksack because it will disappear too quickly so make sure
  your hands are free and then take out any ores/gems you
  want to switch/put down before you pick up the ore/gem you
  want to keep. You can't switch the ore/gem in your hand
  with one from your rucksack. Items rotate within your
  rucksack but not within your rucksack to your hands.

- For Ganache Mines:
  Bring your upgraded fishing pole (gold is best/skill level 5)
  and restoration items like food for stamina and stay awake for
  sleepiness if you intend on fishing in the lake on the bottom
  floor 30 to get the King Fish. Also, press A at the shine on
  floor 30 to get a power berry.

- To fish the King Fish:
  The King Fish is very difficult to catch and is the most
  valuable fish to ship in the whole game (1,600 G raw/1,630 G
  grilled). Go to the 30th floor of Ganache Mines. If you are
  lucky or observant then you will see a silverish small looking
  fish swimming in the water. He also likes to get right up next
  to the marble columns in the water. He will swim all around in
  the water very close to very far away. No matter where he is
  line up your fishing pole/line so that when you toss the bobber
  out then it will hit him smack on the head. Charging helps but
  is not entirely necessary. You need to have your stamina all
  the way filled but you can be awake or asleep. You will
  probably have to throw out your line over and over again as the
  fish nibbles on it. It may even take a couple of days to get
  down there plus still have enough time to spend to catch the
  King Fish. I have caught him on a level 2/silver rod and also
  in another game file on a high level rod/gold. Just keep trying
  and be patient. I have never caught more than one King Fish per
  visit but it may be possible. Money wise, the King Fish is not
  really worth it because you could just go down collecting
  mushrooms twice (two trips in one day) and get more money then
  dealing with the King Fish. Catching the fish does fullfill
  one of the fish list entries and also one of the cooking
  entries and I'm sure that it would win the cooking contest
  (even if the cooking contest is random).

- The mines reset every time that you exit out of the entrance
  (Cave) but not if you just go up or down the stairs/pitfalls/
  waterspouts or just up to the first floor. You have to go all
  the way out to have it reset to be able to go get mushrooms
  and ores/gems again on the same day. If you are in the mines
  at the time the new day dawns (6am) it still does not reset.

- If you use the stairs to reset a floor above or below you then
  the floor configuration (rock positions, etc) will reconfigure
  but the floor will contain the same amount and types of items
  as far as ores and gems. If you have broken all the crystals/
  wonderfuls (even if you leave them on the ground) then they
  will no longer be there to smash again until you go all the
  way out of the mines and back in again. It is helpful to use
  the stairs to go up one floor and then down the stairs to
  reset any ill effects you received from gases or to reconfigure
  the floor to show stairs down that was previously hidden under
  a rock. 

- The floors do switch up a bit as far as what floors have what
  ores/gems or more shines/etc but usually the farther down in
  the mine you are the better items you find. If you mine out
  (repeated resetting several days in a row) the bottom floors
  (21 & down) then just start mining on mid upper floors and
  you will find more shining ores/gems. Then just go back to
  the bottom floors again when the mid floors mine out.

- Unlike other Harvest Moon games, most stairs and (X) cracks will
  be visible on most mine floors. The (X) cracks can also appear as
  you run over the ground of the mine floors

  - Cracks (X): 
    - Can drop you down a random amount of floors or surprise you
      with a water spout that takes you back up a random amount
      of floors. It doesn't take much energy to fall down a crack
      or shoot up a water spout. If you are about to collaspe
      then try to find and eat a brown mushroom for a little
      bit of stamina (be aware that even the brown mushrooms
      can make your character sleepy/random)
    - If you see a lot of cracks throughout a floor then most
      of the cracks will be water spouts instead of pitfalls
      so you are better off taking the stairs down

  - Stairs: 
    - Descending: takes you down one floor lower into the mine
    - Ascending: allows you to return to the surface or just go
        up one floor. Use these stairs to reset the next
        downward floor if you hit a dead end - or want to end
        the effect of a bad gas
    - Rocks can be placed over stairs forcing you to smash the
        rock to uncover the stairs
        - If a rock is by itself in a 3X3 square then it is more
          likely to be hiding stairs than a rock that has lots
          of rocks surrounding it
        - You can always press A at the going up stairs to just
          go up one level and then right back down to reset
          the same floor to a different rock configuration

- You need to collect at least one of every ore and wonderful/
  identified gem no matter what the value to complete the
  shipping list (inspected and un-inspected). For the colored
  wonderfuls just ship each of one color unappraised and then
  just get one inspected to fullfill the glass requirement.

- You will want to collect a lot of the three base jewerly
  types: Copper, Silver, Gold (sparkles when un-inspected).
  You will also want to keep at least 3 of every jewel/gem
  for the gem insets of the jewelry (3 of every color and every
  kind of sparkle gem (3 each of 1-3 sparkles inspected/
  basically 3 each of every gem on list below - one of each for
  brooches, one of each for rings, one of each for pendants).

  You will then also want to keep extras of any gem that is
  used in special ways (Lapis Lazuli for rainbow, gems for
  requested heart events, gems for gifts, etc).

  - Items needed to make all jewelry:

    - See Ramsey's Blacksmith/Accessories section for prices

    - 20 Copper
    - 23 Silver
    - 23 Gold

    - 3 each of the following:
      - Rare Metal
      - Rose Stone
      - Glass
      - Lapis Lazuli
      - Jade
      - Moonlight Stone
      - Amber
      - Peridot
      - Spinel
      - Topaz
      - Sapphire
      - Diamond
      - Ruby
      - Aquamarine
      - Crystal
      - Emerald
      - Garnet
      - Amethyst

      - Pearl       (found on beaches)
      - Black Pearl (found on beaches)

  - Items needed for upgrading all tools:

    - See Ramsey's Blacksmith/Tool Upgrades section for prices

    - 6 each of the following:
    - Iron
    - Copper
    - Silver
    - Gold


- You can't use any ore or wonderful until Mira inspects it
  (tool upgrades, jewelry, gifts, higher shipping value, etc)

- Gold ore and gold are two different items with different
  values related to them. Shining iron/copper/silver/gold
  ores will be the ones you want for tool upgrades at the
  blacksmith's shop and for jewelry. All non-shining
  iron/copper/silver/gold ores are all scrap ores so just
  put them in the shipping bin for a tiny amount of money
  or don't pick up more than one each to ship for the gem
  list/bookshelf.

- There are gases in the mines that have various effects that
  leak out of rocks that you smash

  - Red: Depletes some or a lot of your stamina
  - Black: Darkens area around you/blinding
  - Yellow & Green: Recovers some or a lot of your stamina
  - Purple: Makes you confused direction-wise
  - Blue: Makes you paralyzed and you can't move for a second
  - White: Sometimes you're faster & sometimes you're slower

- Items in rocks (smash them)
  - Gases (has various effects - see list)
  - Ores (Used to upgrade tools if shining)
    - If the ore has no sparkle then it is probably scrap iron
    - 3 shines is the top valuable ore
    - Use the Identifying Gem List below to identify the gems
     (before inspection). This will save you time and effort.
  - Pontata Root (used in medicines and somewhat rare)

- Items in Crystals/Mineral formations
  - Gases (has various effects - see list)
  - Wonderfuls (Mira inspects them & tells you the gem inside)
    - If the wonderful has no shine then it is probably glass
    - 3 shines is the top valuable gems
      - On ground it will sparkle after rock is smashed
      - In rucksack (pick up) it will show how many shines
    - There are also colors that determine what the gem is
    - Use the Identifying Gem List below to identify the gems
     (before inspection). This will save you time and effort.

- The deeper you go in the mines then the better the items and
  quality you will find. Go past floor 20 if you want to be
  sure to find better qualities/gem/ores. Iron will more likely
  be on the upper floors of the mines or on floor 19 with the
  mushrooms.

- You can eat the mushrooms & toadstools you find for stamina
  but they often make you drowsy or drain some stamina instead.
  - Brown Mushrooms = small increase stamina (random sleepiness)
  - Toadstools (doted) = large decrease stamina/increase fatigue
  It is better (especially at the start of the game) to collect
  the mushrooms and ship them. They will stack up to 99 in one
  space in your rucksack. Bring your hammer to allow you to get
  stairs to descend the mines (don't have to use hammer) and pick
  up all the mushrooms you find on the mine floors. You will want
  to bring some items that can up your stamina so you can collect
  a lot of mushrooms for a profit when you ship them.
  - Mushrooms - sell 30 G X 99 = 2,970 G
  - Toadstools - sell 40 G X 99 = 3,960 G
  - Pontata Root - sell 150 G X 99 = 14,850 G

- The limestone that Calvin gives you at 2 hearts can turn into 
  Scrap Iron (needed for gem list). I have actually gotten limestone
  out of a rock in Ganache Mine but it is rare.

- The red wonderful that Owen gives you can turn into any red gem
  (glass, rose stone, Spinel, Ruby) and it is randomly generated.

- There are moles in the mines. Occasionally you can get a Pontata
  Root from one if you whack it on the head with your hammer. You can
  also occasionally get Bodigizers, Stay Awake, Toadstools, and 
  mushrooms from the moles. Moles usually appear on floors ending in
  multiples of 5 (5, 10, 15, 25, etc) but not on ruins floors (10, 20,
  30, etc/Ganache Mines). There are no ruins in the Gelato Mines but
  the mole is still found on floors ending in multiples of 5. This is
  not the same thing as the Whack-the-Mole Mini-game.

- There are also bats that may startle you in the mines but they don't
  actually hurt you in any way (unless it startles you into a crack,
  lol).

- Ores and wonderfuls have grades but they usually stay the same grade
  based on the ore/wonderful colors and number of sparkles. See list
  below. You can buy an extra cabinet and keep your un-inspected ores
  and gems in there in case you didn't make it to the blacksmith's
  before it closes but you want to free up your rucksack.

- Un-inspected/un-appraised wonderfuls and ores do not stack in your
  rucksack. Once inspected/appraised then they will stack in your
  rucksack.



Identifying Gem List:

Gems from the mine are not identified until you take them to the
shop but there is a trick that works most of the time to tell what
the gem is:


Grades (descending to ascending)
- D, C, B, A, S

Shines (descending to ascending)
- No shine, 1 shine, 2 shines, 3 shines



Ore/no shine/Non-upgrade Metals:

- Scrap Iron (limestone)/C - sell 10 G
- Iron Ore/C - sell 20 G
- Copper Ore/C - sell 30 G
- Gold Ore/C - sell 50 G
- Rare Ore/C - sell 250 G


ore/shine/Upgrade Metals:

- Iron/Iron/B - sell 50 G
- Copper/Copper/B - sell 80 G
- Silver/Silver/B - Sell 110 G
- Gold/Gold/B - sell 150 G
- Rare/Rare Metal/A - sell 630 G
  - Mostly in crystals
  - Occasionally in rocks



Wonderfuls (crystals/mineral formations):


Green Jewel:

- No shine/glass/Green Wonderful/C - sell 30 G
- One shine/Peridot/B - sell 170 G
- Two shines/Jade/B - sell 220 G
- Three shines/Emerald/A - sell 580 G

Yellow Jewel:

- No shine/glass/Yellow Wonderful/C - sell 30 G
- One shine/Amber/B - sell 190 G
- Two shines/none available
- Three shines/Topaz/B - sell 470 G

Blue Jewel:

- No shine/glass/Blue Wonderful/C - sell 30 G
- One shine/Lapis Lazuli/B - sell 200 G
- Two shines/Sapphire/B - sell 280 G
- Three shines/Aquamarine/A - sell 490 G

Red Jewel:

- No shine/glass/Red Wonderful/C - sell 30 G
- One shine/Rose Stone/B - sell 180 G
- Two shines/Spinel/B - sell 200 G
- Three shines/Ruby/A - sell 550 G

Purple Jewel:

- No shine/glass/Purple Wonderful/C - sell 30 G
- One shine/Garnet/B - sell 300 G
- Two shines/Amethyst/A - sell 480 G
- Three shines/none available

White Ball:

- No shine/glass/White Wonderful/C - sell 30 G
- One shine/Moonlight Stone/B - sell 250 G
- Two shines/Crystal/A - sell 700 G
- Three shines/Diamond/A - sell 1,000 G



Summary:


Scrap Iron/Mix - 10 G

Iron Ore/Mix - 20 G
Copper Ore/Mix - 30 G
Silver Ore/Mix - 40 G
Gold Ore/Mix - 50 G
Rare Ore/Mix - 250 G

Any Color Wonderful - 30 G 
(un-inspected/Bl, rd, grn, wh, yw, pur)
(inspected/Bl, rd, grn, wh, yw, pur/with no shine)

Iron - 50 G
Copper - 80 G
Silver - 110 G
Gold - 150 G
Rare Metal - 630 G

Rose Stone - 180 G
Glass - 30 G
Lapis Lazuli - 200 G
Jade - 220 G
Moonlight Stone - 250 G
Amber - 190 G
Peridot - 170 G
Spinel - 200 G
Topaz - 470 G
Sapphire - 280 G
Diamond - 1,000 G
Ruby - 550 G
Aquamarine - 490 G
Crystal - 700 G
Emerald - 580 G
Garnet - 300 G
Amethyst - 480 G

Mushroom - 30 G
Toadstool - 40 G
Pontata Root - 150 G



Ganache Mines
---------------

- Be outside facing Ramsey's Blacksmith
- Go to the left
- Go towards the back and into cave/mine

30 floors:

Floor 01 - Entrance
Floor 02 to 06 - Rocks/Crystals/most cracks pitfalls
Floor 07 - Rocks/Crystals/most cracks water spouts
Floor 09 - More dense rocks are usual
Floor 10 - Stairs/Ruins (southwest/down, northeast/up)
Floor 14 - Iron, Copper, Gold
Floor 18 - Rocks/Crystals/most cracks water spouts
Floor 19 - Mushrooms (a lot)/Iron, Copper, Gold (rocks)/Crystals
Floor 20 - Stairs/Ruins (southwest/down, northeast/up)
Floor 25 - Large amount of Jewels, Rare Metals
Floor 30 - Power Berry & Lake (King Fish)

Basically:
Floors 01-09 contains more cracks/water spouts
Floors 10-19 contains more Ores and mushrooms
Floors 20-29 contains more crystals/mineral formations (wonderfuls)
Floor  30    contains bottom lake with rare fish & power berry
Floors 10, 20, 30 contains ruins & stairs/no rocks or crystals

Note: I think that the sections matter more than what is on each
      specific floor. I need to do more testing to see if the
      floors change/switch at all within each section.


Mt. Gelato Mines
--------------

- Complete Ben's Rainbow, walk over rainbow, climb trail,
  cross log bridge, take path to the right

- Has shipping bin at entrance to mine

- There are no ruin floors or anywhere in the Gelato Mines
  but there are empty floors with just stairs


50 floors:

Floor 01 - Entrance
Floor 02 to 35 - randomized rocks/crystals
Floor 10 - no ruins/randomized rocks & crystals
Floor 30 - Backward C tunnel (all barren/stairs at end)
Floor 36 - Large amounts of Mushrooms
Floor 38 - Red Jewel
Floor 40 - Blue Jewel
Floor 42 - Yellow Jewel
Floor 44 - Green Jewel
Floor 46 - Purple Jewel
Floor 48 - Large amounts of Jewels
Floor 50 - Shining Baumkuchen


Note: The Shining Baumkuchen is a Tree Cake
      - Celebrates the gift of life the Goddess Tree gives to the island
      - Usually wins the Cooking Festival if it is entered
      - Sells for 2,000 G
      - Ups any one person by 1 heart when given as gift
      - Makes a nice trophy to just store and look at



==========================
        Mini Games
==========================


- There are 6 mini games to play

- Once you unlock them in the game then you can Play
  them at any time from the starting main menu

- In the actual game when you unlock a mini game then
  it can be played as a one-player but if you start
  the mini games from the main menu then you can play
  with up to 4 players

- There is an extensive list of characters to chose to play
  as in the mini games. They will all be unlocked by
  progressing through the main game.


Unlocking Mini Games:

- Horse Race
  - Get Kathy to 5 hearts
  - Traditional HM horse race
  - Multi-color horses

- Mole Attack
  - This is available from the main menu even before you
    start any actual game files
  - See who can run around whacking the most moles
    but watch out and don't run over the mole hills
    or you will fall down/moles attack you
  - There are also giant king moles

- Bug Catch
  - Talk to Gill at the Flower Festival
  - See who can catch the most insects

- Frog Jump 
  - Talk to Phoebe at the Animal Festival
  - See who's frog can jump the farthest

- Stone Skipping
  - Talk to Craig at the Ocean Festival
  - See who's stone can skip the longest

- Marksmanship
  - Talk to Luke at the Arts Festival
  - See who can hit the most targets


How to Start Playing: Main Menu:

- Previously have unlocked the mini games while playing HM ToT
  - This now makes them playable from the main menu

- Start the Harvest Moon Tree of Tranquility game
- At the main menu choose Mini Games
- Choose a character
  - Choose from 1 to 4 players and choose your characters
  - 4 players must play the mini games so the computer will
    fill in any untaken spots with random computer players
- Choose your game and have fun!


===========================
       Summary Lists
===========================


- Shops are also closed on holidays except for Goddess
  Church & Pineapple Inn (Toucan Island). See daily hours
  below.

- Shops can upgrade one to three times depending on the
  shop. They will show the number of stars on their signs.

  - Sundae Inn: 9am-5pm (closed Sundays)
  - Sundae Inn Bar: 6pm-12am (closed Sundays)
  - Meringue Clinic: 8am-5pm (closed Mondays)
  - General Store: 9am-6pm (closed Mondays) (1-3 stars)
  - On The Hook: 6am-10pm (closed Mondays)
  - Souffle Farm: 7am-5pm (closed Saturdays) (1-3 stars)
  - Tailor Shop: 9am-6pm (closed Sundays)
  - Brownie Ranch: 9am-6pm (closed Mondays) (1-3 stars)
  - Blacksmith’s: 8am-5pm (closed Mondays)
  - Carpenter’s: 9am-6pm (closed Saturdays)
  - Pineapple Inn: 8am-8pm (inaccessible Mondays)
  - Taylor’s Seeds: always open by telephone
  - Goddess Church: 7am-6pm (open daily)



- Sometimes individuals will stay home during rain/snow even if their
  business is open

- Houses are usually locked between 8pm-7am

- Once you obtain an item it will appear in your items list/Bookshelf.
  You do not have to ship it for it to register.



Shops Schedules:
----------------


- Shop Phone Numbers:

   - Weather Forecast - 010
   - Taylor's Seeds - 881
   - General Store - 729
   - Souffle Farm - 415
   - Brownie Ranch - 652
   - Town Hall - 890
   - Sundae Inn - 919
   - On The Hook - 357
   - Meringue Clinic - 195
   - Ramsey's Blacksmith - 246
   - Dale's Carpentry - 558

- Shop Schedules/When Closed:

  - Shops closed on Monday:
    - Brownie Ranch
    - General Store
    - Meringue Clinic
    - On The Hook
    - Ramsey's Blacksmith
    - The Ferry is also closed
      - No going to Toucan Island on Mondays

  - Shops closed on Saturday
    - Souffle Farm
    - Carpentry Shop

  - Shops Closed on Sunday
    - Town Hall
    - Sundae Inn & Bar
    - Tailor Shop

  - Shops that Never Close
    - Toucan Island/Pineapple Inn (open daily/8am-8pm)
      - Inaccessible on Mondays when Ferry closed
    - Goddess Church (open daily/7am-6pm)



- Waffle Town:

  - Sundae Inn - 9am to 5pm - Closed Sunday
  - Sundae Inn Bar - 6pm to Midnight - Closed Sunday
  - General Store - 9am to 6pm - Closed Monday
  - Meringue Clinic - 8am to 5pm - Closed Monday
  - Tailor Shop - 9am to 6pm - Closed Sunday
  - On The Hook - 6am to 10pm - Closed Monday

- Waffle Town Square:

  - Town Hall - 8am to 5pm - Closed Sunday

- Maple Lake Area:

  - Goddess Church - 7am to 6pm - never closed
  - No shops but get married here

- Ganache Mining Area:

  - Souffle Farm - 7am to 5pm - Closed Saturday
  - Ramsey's Blacksmith - 8am to 5pm - Closed Monday
  - Carpentry Shop - 9am to 6pm - Closed Saturday

- Brownie Ranch:

  - Brownie Ranch - 9am to 6pm - Closed Monday

- Toucan Island (Southern Island):

  - Pineapple Inn - 8am to 8pm - never closed
    - Inaccessible Mondays when Ferry closed

- Telephone Order Business

  - Taylor's Seeds - Phone orders only - never closed

...........................................................


Shop Lists:
-----------


- Booths are listed under Festivals with everything they sell
  by seller and by each festival they are sold at

- The items they sell are also listed here under the category
  the item would fall under (outfits under Tailor Shop, etc)
  and at the end of the store's shop list as an additional
  category

- A complete list of all festival booths is listed in this
  section under Town Hall - this is only the booth shops
  and not all the festivals



************
Waffle Town:
************


Sundae Inn - 9am to 5pm - Closed Sunday
----------

Occupants: Jake, Hayden, Colleen, Maya, Kathy, Selena

  Cafe Food Dishes:

    - Vegetable Sandwich - 390 G
    - Shark Fin Stew - 1,530 G
    - Marinated Mushrooms - 480 G
    - Apple Pie - 630 G
    - Omelet Rice - 330 G
    - Chocolate Fondue - 510 G
    - Good Fish Meuniere - 630 G
    - Banana Pudding - 840 G
    - Tomato Risotto - 660 G

  Cafe Drinks:

    - Cocoa - 570 G
    - Berry Juice - 105 G
    - Herbal Tea - 105 G
    - Hot Milk - 330 G
    - Milk Tea - 405 G
    - Pineapple Juice - 405 G
    - Tomato Juice - 240 G


Sunday Inn Bar - 6pm to Midnight - Closed Sunday
--------------

  Bar Drinks:

    - Grape Cocktail - 300 G
    - Rice Cocktail - 345 G
    - Apple Cocktail - 345 G
    - Buckwheat Cocktail - 210 G
    - Blueberry Cocktail - 180 G
    - Coconut Cocktail - 495 G
    - Yam Cocktail - 285 G



General Store - 9am to 6pm - Closed Monday
------------------

Occupants: Bo, Simon, Phoebe


- Matches - 1 star farm rank - 600 G
- Rattle - 1 star farm rank - 900 G

- Sickle/Iron - 1 star farm rank - 3,000 G
- Sickle/Copper - 1 star farm rank - 7,500 G
- Sickle/Silver - 1 star farm rank - 15,000 G
- Sickle/Gold - 1 star farm rank - 30,000 G

- Hoe/Iron - 1 star farm rank - 3,000 G
- Hoe/Copper - 1 star farm rank - 7,500 G
- Hoe/Silver - 1 star farm rank -15,000 G
- Hoe/Gold - 1 star farm rank - 30,000 G

- Hammer/Iron - 1 star farm rank - 3,000 G
- Hammer/Copper - 1 star farm rank - 7,500 G
- Hammer/Silver - 1 star farm rank -15,000 G
- Hammer/Gold - 1 star farm rank - 30,000 G

- Axe/Iron - 1 star farm rank - 3,000 G
- Axe/Copper - 1 star farm rank - 7,500 G
- Axe/Silver - 1 star farm rank -15,000 G
- Axe/Gold - 1 star farm rank - 30,000 G

- Fishing Pole/Iron - 1 star farm rank - 3,000 G
- Fishing Pole/Copper - 1 star farm rank - 7,500 G
- Fishing Pole/Silver - 1 star farm rank -15,000 G
- Fishing Pole/Gold - 1 star farm rank - 30,000 G

- Watering Can/Iron - 1 star farm rank - 3,000 G
- Watering Can/Copper - 1 star farm rank - 7,500 G
- Watering Can/Silver - 1 star farm rank -15,000 G
- Watering Can/Gold - 1 star farm rank - 30,000 G

- Calendar/Lovely - 1 star farm rank - 225 G
- Calendar/Chic - 1 star farm rank - 180 G

- Cheap TV - 1 star farm rank - 600 G
- TV - 2 star farm rank - 1,350 G
- TV/Gorgeous - 0 star farm rank - 5,250 G

- Telephone/Touch Tone/Cute - 2 star farm rank - 750 G
- Telephone/Touch Tone/Country - 2 star farm rank - 750 G
- Telephone/Dial/Classic - 2 star farm rank - 750 G
- Telephone/Dial/Heartful - 2 star farm rank - 900 G
- Telephone/Dial/Luxury - 0 star farm rank - 1,275 G

- Clock/Round - 1 star farm rank - 525 G
- Clock/Square - 1 star farm rank - 600 G
- Clock/Gorgeous - 1 star farm rank - 1,275 G

- Stove/Wood - 2 star farm rank - 900 G
- Heater/Oil - 0 star farm rank - 1,800 G

- Refrigerator/Normal - Small - 1 star farm rank - 1,200 G
- Refrigerator/Normal - Medium - 2 star farm rank - 2,250 G
- Refrigerator/Normal - Large - 0 star farm rank - 3,750 G

- Book/TV Guide/Listings - 1 star farm rank - 450 G
- Book/Advanced Mining - 2 star farm rank - 750 G
- Book/Island Guide, Vol 2 - 1 star farm rank - 750 G
- Book/Advanced Farming - 2 star farm rank - 750 G
- Book/Island History - 1 star farm rank - 450 G
- Book/Animal Care Tool Guide - 0 star farm rank - 750 G
- Book/Advanced Fishing - 0 star farm rank - 750 G
- Book/Parenting - 2 star farm rank - 450 G

- Mayonnaise Maker - 0 star farm rank - 3,000 G
- Butter Maker - 0 star farm rank - 3,750 G
- Cheese Maker - 0 star farm rank - 4,200 G
- Yarn Maker & Dye Pot - 0 star farm rank - 4,500 G

- Cutting Board Set/Cute - 0 star farm rank - 1,800 G
- Cutting Board Set/Country - 1 star farm rank - 1,500 G
- Cutting Board Set/Normal - 1 star farm rank - 1,500 G
- Cutting Board Set/Simple - 2 star farm rank - 1,650 G

- Pot/Cute - 0 star farm rank - 2,550 G
- Pot/Country - 1 star farm rank - 2,250 G 
- Pot/Normal - 1 star farm rank - 2,550 G
- Pot/Simple - 2 star farm rank - 2,400 G

- Frying Pan/Cute - 0 star farm rank - 2,100 G
- Frying Pan/Country - 1 star farm rank - 1,800 G
- Frying Pan/Normal - 1 star farm rank - 1,800 G
- Frying Pan/Simple - 2 star farm rank - 1,950 G

- Mixer/Blender/Cute - 0 star farm rank - 1,500 G
- Mixer/Blender/Country - 1 star farm rank - 1,200 G
- Mixer/Blender/Normal - 1 star farm rank - 1,200 G
- Mixer/Blender/Simple - 2 star farm rank - 1,350 G

- Oven/Microwave/Cute - 0 star farm rank - 2,850 G
- Oven/Microwave/Country - 1 star farm rank - 2,550 G
- Oven/Microwave/Normal - 1 star farm rank - 2,550 G
- Oven/Microwave/Simple - 2 star farm rank - 2,700 G

- Aging Pot/Fermentation Pot/Cute/White - 0 star farm rank - 2,325 G
- Aging Pot/Fermentation Pot/Country/Gray - 1 star farm rank - 2,175 G
- Aging Pot/Fermentation Pot/Normal/Brown - 1 star farm rank - 2,175 G
- Aging Pot/Fermentation Pot/Simple/Clay - 2 star farm rank - 2,475 G


Note: Additional to complete sets above:

- Arts Festival - Sold by Owen:

  - Refrigerator/Simple - Small - 1,350 G
  - Refrigerator/Simple - Medium - 2,700 G
  - Refrigerator/Simple - Large - 4,200 G

  - Telephone/Touch Tone/Simple - 825 G

  - Calendar/Simple - 150 G


- Arts Festival - Sold by Bo:

  - Telephone/Dial/Royal - 1,050 G

  - Clock/Cuckoo - 750 G

  - Stove/Potbelly - 1,350 G



- Spring/Summer Flea Market - sold by Mira

  - Cutting Board Set/Gorgeous - 3,000 G
  - Pot/Gorgeous - 3,750 G
  - Frying Pan/Gorgeous - 3,300 G
  - Oven/Microwave/Gorgeous - 4,050 G
  - Mixer/Blender/Gorgeous - 2,700 G
  - Aging Pot/Fermentation Pot/Gorgeous/Gold - 3,675 G




Meringue Clinic - 8am to 5pm - Closed Monday
---------------

Occupants: Irene, Perry, Jin (lives at Maple Lake Area)

- Herbal Tea - 105 G
- Bodigizer - 300 G
- Vegetable Juice - 420 G
- Cold Medicine - 450 G
- Stay Awake - 375 G
- Super Stay Awake - 525 G
- Bodigizer XL - 525 G



Tailor Shop - 9am to 6pm - Closed Sunday
-----------


Occupants: Shelly, Candace, Luna



  Girls - Spring/Summer - Outfits:

   - Urban: Red - 1,500 G
   - Urban: Yellow - 1,800 G
   - Urban: Green - 2,100 G
   - Urban: Blue - 2,400 G
   - Urban: Purple - 2,700 G


  Girls - Fall/Winter - Outfits:

   - Pop: Pink - 1,500 G
   - Pop: Orange - 1,800 G
   - Pop: Green - 2,100 G
   - Pop: Blue - 2,400 G
   - Pop: Purple - 2,700 G


  Girls - All Year Round - Hats/Accessories:

   - Straw Hat - 900 G
   - Beret - 1,800 G
   - Cap - 2,100 G
   - Wool Hat - 2,400 G
   - Pirate Bandana - 3,000 G
   - Ten Gallon Hat - 3,300 G



  Boys - Spring/Summer - Outfits:

   - Formal: Blue - 1,500 G
   - Formal: Red - 1,800 G
   - Formal: Yellow - 2,100 G
   - Formal: Green - 2,400 G
   - Formal: Purple - 2,700 G

  Boys - Fall/Winter - Outfits:

   - Border: Blue - 1,500 G
   - Border: Red - 1,800 G
   - Border: Yellow - 2,100 G
   - Border: Green - 2,400 G
   - Border: Purple - 2,700 G

  Boys - All Year Round - Hats/Accessories:

   - Straw Hat - 900 G
   - Beret - 1,800 G
   - Cap - 2,100 G
   - Wool Hat - 2,400 G
   - Pirate Bandana - 3,000 G
   - Ten Gallon Hat - 3,300 G



Note: Need to buy these additional items to complete
      above clothing/hat sets:


- Fall/Winter Flea Market - sold by Taylor

  - Boy/Hat:

    - Bunny Ears - 9,000 G
    - Samurai Wig - 15,000 G
    - Top Hat - 5,100 G

  - Girl/Hat:

    - Bunny Ears - 9,000 G
    - Bow - 15,000 G
    - Top Hat - 5,100 G


- Fall/Winter Flea Market - sold by Julius:

  - Boy/Outfits:

    - Country: Blue - 3,600 G
    - Country: Red - 3,900 G
    - Country: Yellow - 4,200 G
    - Country: Green - 4,500 G
    - Country: Purple - 4,800 G

  - Girl/Outfits:

    - Cargo: Red - 3,600 G
    - Cargo: Yellow - 3,900 G
    - Cargo: Green - 4,200 G
    - Cargo: Blue - 4,500 G
    - Cargo: Purple - 4,800 G

- Spring/Summer Flea Market - sold by Candace

  - Boy/Outfits:

    - Trend: Blue - 3,600 G
    - Trend: Red - 3,900 G
    - Trend: Yellow - 4,200 G
    - Trend: Green - 4,500 G
    - Trend: Purple - 4,800 G

  - Girl/Outfits:

    - Cute: Pink - 3,600 G
    - Cute: Yellow - 3,900 G
    - Cute: Green - 4,200 G
    - Cute: Blue - 4,500 G
    - Cute: Purple - 4,800 G



On The Hook - 6am to 10pm - Closed Monday
---------------------------


Occupants: Ozzie, Pascal, Toby, Paolo


- Grilled Clam - 195 G
- Grilled Salmon - 405 G
- Grilled Squid - 210 G
- Grilled Sardine - 120 G
- Grilled Horse Mackerel - 150 G
- Grilled Mackerel - 135 G
- Grilled Saury - 180 G



*******************
Waffle Town Square:
*******************


Town Hall - 8am to 5pm - Closed Sunday
---------

- First Floor: Reception/Land Purchases/Resident Cards
- Second Floor: Library/Books/Classroom


Land Purchases:

- You choose one for free after Homestay process of the
  first 3 and can buy the others later

  - Town Plot
  - Seaside Plot
  - Hilltop Plot
  - Mountain Plot

  - In final US version farm plot are all sold for
    4,500 G each


Festival Booths - Open during festivals only as noted
----------------

- This is not a complete list of the festivals

- This is only a listing of everyone's booth
  at the festivals and is very scaled down

- Go to the Festivals section to get all listings
  of all festivals and tons of details on each



* Spring 10: Flower Festival
  - 9am to 5pm - Waffle Town Square


Ruth:

- Green Herb Seeds - 105 G
- Yellow Herb Seeds - 120 G
- Blue Herb Seeds - 120 G
- Red Herb Seeds - 135 G
- Purple Herb Seeds - 135 G
- Yellow Herb - 60 G
- Red Herb - 75 G
- Purple Herb - 90 G
- Blue Herb - 105 G
- Green Herb - 45 G

Anissa:

- Happy Fertilizer/Best - 225 G
- Hyacinth Flower Seeds - 75 G
- Lily Flower Seeds - 120 G
- Begonia Flower Seeds - 75 G
- Tulip Flower Seeds - 90 G
- Moondrop Flower Seeds - 75 G
- Lavender Flower Seeds - 75 G
- Perfume/Red - 315 G
- Perfume/Blue - 1,815 G
- Perfume/Yellow - 240 G


* Spring 22: Spring Flea Market
  - 9am to 5pm - Waffle Town Square


Simon:

- Pontata Root - 225 G
- Red Herb Seeds - 135 G
  - Or Red Herb - 75 G
- Decent Wool Yarn - 375 G
  - Or Good Wool Yarn - 465 G
- Apple - 225 G
- Glass - 45 G
- Plain Omelet - 240 G
- Bamboo Shoot - 315 G


Maya:

- Cutting Board Set/Gorgeous - 3,000 G
- Pot/Gorgeous - 3,750 G
- Frying Pan/Gorgeous - 3,300 G
- Oven/Microwave/Gorgeous - 4,050 G
- Mixer/Blender/Gorgeous - 2,700 G
- Aging Pot/Fermentation Pot/Gorgeous/Gold - 3,675 G
- Rice Ball - 60 G
- Grilled Yam - 165 G
- Ostonnaise (ostrich Mayonnaise) - 480 G


Candace:

- Cosmos Flower - 75 G
- Snowflake Flower - 120 G

- Boy/Outfits:

    - Trend: Blue - 3,600 G
    - Trend: Red - 3,900 G
    - Trend: Yellow - 4,200 G
    - Trend: Green - 4,500 G
    - Trend: Purple - 4,800 G

- Girl/Outfits:

    - Cute: Pink - 3,600 G
    - Cute: Yellow - 3,900 G
    - Cute: Green - 4,200 G
    - Cute: Blue - 4,500 G
    - Cute: Purple - 4,800 G


*Spring 28: Animal Festival
 - 9am to 5pm - Brownie Ranch
 

Hannah:

- Perfect Mayonnaise - 225 G
- Perfect Cheese - 360 G
- Perfect Butter - 315 G
- Good Wool Yarn - 465 G
- Good Flax Yarn - 540 G
- Good Silk Yarn - 1050 G (thread)

Renee:

- Stew - 675 G
- Cheese Omelet - 435 G
- Pancake - 885 G
- Mushroom Gratin - 675 G
- Yogurt - 345 G
- Very Berry Jam - 210 G
- Marmalade Jam - 495 G
- Apple Jam - 630 G


*Summer 7: Ocean Festival
 - 9am to 7pm and then fireworks


Sue:

- Orange Juice - 225 G
- Pineapple Juice - 405 G
- Coconut Juice - 375 G
- Banana Milk - 600 G
- Honeydew Milk - 705 G
- Banana Pudding - 840 G
- Chocolate Banana - 495 G
- Orange Cookie - 480 G

Pascal:

- Grilled Squid - 210 G
- Grilled Clams - 195 G
- Roasted Corn - 240 G
- Sauteed Potato - 180 G
- Fish Soup - 690 G
- Good Sashimi - 795 G


*Summer 22: Summer Flea Market
 - 9am to 5pm - Waffle Town Square


Simon:

- Pontana Root - 225 G
- Red Herb Seeds - 135 G
  - Red Herb - 75 G
- Decent Wool Yarn - 375 G
  - Or Good Wool Yarn - 465 G
- Apple - 225 G
- Glass - 45 G
- Plain Omelet - 240 G
- Bamboo Shoot - 315 G


Maya:

- Cutting Board Set/Gorgeous - 3,000 G
- Pot/Gorgeous - 3,750 G
- Frying Pan/Gorgeous - 3,300 G
- Oven/Microwave/Gorgeous - 4,050 G
- Mixer/Blender/Gorgeous - 2,700 G
- Aging Pot/Fermentation Pot/Gorgeous/Gold - 3,675 G
- Rice Ball - 60 G
- Grilled Yam - 165 G
- Ostonnaise (ostrich Mayonnaise) - 480 G


Candace:

- Cosmos Flower - 75 G
- Snowflake Flower - 120 G

- Boy/Outfits:

    - Trend: Blue - 3,600 G
    - Trend: Red - 3,900 G
    - Trend: Yellow - 4,200 G
    - Trend: Green - 4,500 G
    - Trend: Purple - 4,800 G

- Girl/Outfits:

    - Cute: Pink - 3,600 G
    - Cute: Yellow - 3,900 G
    - Cute: Green - 4,200 G
    - Cute: Blue - 4,500 G
    - Cute: Purple - 4,800 G



*Fall 12: Arts Festival
 - 9am to 5pm - Waffle Town Square


Mira:

  - Toy Ring - 645 G
  - Emerald Ring - 1,470 G
  - Black Pearl Ring - 1,800 G

  - Toy Pendant - 945 G
  - Ruby Pendant - 1,725 G
  - Diamond Pendant - 2,400 G

  - Toy Brooch - 195 G
  - Sapphire Brooch - 570 G
  - Topaz Brooch - 855 G


Owen:

  - Refrigerator/Simple - Small - 1,350 G
  - Refrigerator/Simple - Medium - 2,700 G
  - Refrigerator/Simple - Large - 4,200 G

  - Telephone/Touch Tone/Simple - 825 G

  - Calendar/Simple - 150 G

  - Sofa/Simple - Medium - 750 G
  - Sofa/Simple - Large - 1,650 G


Bo:

  - Telephone/Dial/Royal - 1,050 G

  - Clock/Cuckoo - 750 G

  - Stove/Potbelly - 1,350 G

  - Sofa/Urban - Medium - 750 G
  - Sofa/Lovely - Medium - 780 G
  - Sofa/Urban - Large - 1,650 G
  - Sofa/Lovely - Large - 1,875 G

  - Stool/Round/Chic - 375 G
  - Stool/Round/Lovely - 450 G

  - Chair/Chic - 675 G
  - Chair/Lovely - 720 G



*Fall 22: Fall Flea Market
 - 9am to 5pm - Waffle Town Square


Elli:

- Cookie - 300 G
- Herb Cookie - 345 G
- Mont Blanc Cake - 870 G
- Shortcake - 1,095 G
- Carrot Cake - 900 G
- Pumpkin Cake - 990 G
- Pumpkin Pudding - 495 G
- Pumpkin Pie - 645 G
- Chestnut Pie - 555 G
- Sweet Potato Cake - 660 G


Julius:

- Inspected Ores:

- Copper - 120 G
- Silver - 165 G
- Gold - 225 G

- Boy/Outfits:

    - Country: Blue - 3,600 G
    - Country: Red - 3,900 G
    - Country: Yellow - 4,200 G
    - Country: Green - 4,500 G
    - Country: Purple - 4,800 G

- Girl/Outfits:

    - Cargo: Red - 3,600 G
    - Cargo: Yellow - 3,900 G
    - Cargo: Green - 4,200 G
    - Cargo: Blue - 4,500 G
    - Cargo: Purple - 4,800 G


Taylor:

- Boy/Hat:

    - Bunny Ears - 9,000 G
    - Samurai Wig - 15,000 G
    - Top Hat - 5,100 G

- Girl/Hat:

    - Bunny Ears - 9,000 G
    - Bow - 15,000 G
    - Top Hat - 5,100 G



*Fall 27: Harvest Festival
 - 9am to 5pm - Brownie Ranch

Craig:

- Rapid Fertilizer/Better - 180 G
- Buckwheat Seeds - 150 G
- Green Bell Seeds - 165 G
- Yellow Herb Seeds - 120 G
- Good Tomato - 165 G
- Good Onion - 105 G
- Good Carrot - 150 G
- Good Spinach - 120 G
- Perfect Strawberry - 435 G



*Winter 22: Winter Flea Market
 - 9am to 5pm - Waffle Town Square

Elli:

- Cookie - 300 G
- Herb Cookie - 345 G
- Mont Blanc Cake - 870 G
- Shortcake - 1,095 G
- Carrot Cake - 900 G
- Pumpkin Cake - 990 G
- Pumpkin Pudding - 495 G
- Pumpkin Pie - 645 G
- Chestnut Pie - 555 G
- Sweet Potato Cake - 660 G


Julius:

- Inspected Ores:

- Copper - 120 G
- Silver - 165 G
- Gold - 225 G

- Boy/Outfits:

    - Country: Blue - 3,600 G
    - Country: Red - 3,900 G
    - Country: Yellow - 4,200 G
    - Country: Green - 4,500 G
    - Country: Purple - 4,800 G

- Girl/Outfits:

    - Cargo: Red - 3,600 G
    - Cargo: Yellow - 3,900 G
    - Cargo: Green - 4,200 G
    - Cargo: Blue - 4,500 G
    - Cargo: Purple - 4,800 G


Taylor:

- Boy/Hat:

    - Bunny Ears - 9,000 G
    - Samurai Wig - 15,000 G
    - Top Hat - 5,100 G

- Girl/Hat:

    - Bunny Ears - 9,000 G
    - Bow - 15,000 G
    - Top Hat - 5,100 G



********************
Ganache Mining Area:
********************

- Growing the Seed Mixes may give you access to
  crops that you would normally not have unlocked.


Souffle Farm - 7am to 5pm - Closed Saturday
------------


Occupants: Ruth, Craig, Anissa, Taylor


Year-Round:

- Apple Seedling - 1 star farm rank - 570 G
- Grape Seedling - 1 star farm rank - 555 G
- Orange Seedling - 1 star farm rank - 540 G
- Chestnut Seedling - 1 star farm rank - 525 G
- Mora/Cherry Seedling - 1 star farm rank - 450 G
- Hali/Pine Seedling - 1 star farm rank - 300 G

- Fertilizer/Type 1/Good - 2 star farm rank - 90 G
- Rapid Fertilizer/Type 2/Better - 2 star farm rank - 180 G
- Happy Fertilizer/Type 3/Best - 3 star farm rank - 225 G


Spring:

- Spring Seed Mix - 1 star farm rank - 150 G
- Turnip Seeds - 1 star farm rank - 60 G
- Breadfruit Seeds - 1 star farm rank - 210 G
- Cabbage Seeds - 1 star farm rank - 135 G
- Potato Seeds - 1 star farm rank - 75 G
- Strawberry Seeds - 1 star farm rank - 600 G
- Lavender Flower Seeds - 0 star farm rank - 60 G
- Tulip Flower Seeds - 0 star farm rank - 90 G
- Moondrop Flower Seeds - 0 star farm rank - 75 G

- Decent Turnip - 1 star farm rank - 75 G
- Decent Strawberry - 1 star farm rank - 435 G
- Decent Cabbage - 1 star farm rank - 270 G
- Decent Potato - 1 star farm rank - 90 G
- Decent Breadfruit - 1 star farm rank - 105 G
- Cherry - 1 star farm rank - 315 G


Summer:

- Summer Seed Mix - 1 star farm rank - 150 G
- Watermelon Seeds - 0 star farm rank - 480 G
- Onion Seeds - 0 star farm rank - 75 G
- Corn Seeds - 0 star farm rank - 210 G
- Tomato Seeds - 0 star farm rank - 225 G
- Honeydew Seeds - 0 star farm rank - 735 G
- Sunflower Seeds - 0 star farm rank - 75 G
- Pansy Flower Seeds - 0 star farm rank - 60 G
- Pinkcat Flower Seeds - 0 star farm rank - 60 G

- Decent Watermelon - 0 star farm rank - 165 G
- Decent Onion - 0 star farm rank - 90 G
- Decent Corn - 0 star farm rank - 150 G
- Decent Tomato - 0 star farm rank - 135 G
- Decent Honeydew - 0 star farm rank - 300 G
- Orange - 0 star farm rank - 195 G 


Fall:

- Fall Seed Mix - 1 star farm rank - 150 G
- Pumpkin Seeds - 0 star farm rank - 195 G
- Yam Seeds - 0 star farm rank - 135 G
- Spinach Seeds - 0 star farm rank - 75 G
- Bell Pepper Seeds - 0 star farm rank - 90 G
- Rice Seeds - 0 star farm rank - 120 G
- Cosmos Flower Seeds - 0 star farm rank - 75 G
- Morning Glory Flower Seeds - 0 star farm rank - 75 G
- Blue Mist Flower Seeds - 3 star farm rank - 525 G

- Decent Pumpkin - 0 star farm rank - 195 G
- Decent Yam - 0 star farm rank - 75 G
- Decent Eggplant - 0 star farm rank - 150 G
- Decent Bell Pepper - 0 star farm rank - 90 G
- Decent Rice - 0 star farm rank - 75 G
- Apple - 0 star farm rank - 225 G
- Grape - 0 star farm rank - 210 G
- Chestnut - 0 star farm rank - 120 G


Winter:

- Buckwheat Seeds - 0 star farm rank - 150 G
- Anemone Flower Seeds - 0 star farm rank - 90 G
- Snowflake Flower Seeds - 0 star farm rank - 150 G

- Decent Buckwheat - 0 star farm rank - 75 G



Ramsey's Blacksmith - 8am to 5pm - Closed Monday
------------------


- All ores are inspected/appraised ores

- Tool upgrades are done by Ramsey

- Accessories are done by Mira

- Julius/Mira sell a variety of items at booths
  during festivals

- Make sure to have all required items in your
  rucksack & also any un-inspected ore/wonderfuls
  that you want inspected

- All upgrades are immediate and can be followed
  with more upgrades on the same day



Occupants: Chloe, Ramsey, Owen - Mira, Julius


Tool Upgrades:

- Iron Sickle: basic Sickle + Iron Ore + 1,000 G
- Copper Sickle: Iron Sickle + Copper Ore + 2,500 G
- Silver Sickle: Copper Sickle + Silver Ore + 5,000 G
- Gold Sickle: Silver Sickle + Gold Ore + 10,000 G

- Iron Hoe: basic Hoe + Iron Ore + 1,000 G
- Copper Hoe: Iron Hoe + Copper Ore + 2,500 G
- Silver Hoe: Copper Hoe + Silver Ore + 5,000 G
- Gold Hoe: Silver Hoe + Gold Ore + 10,000 G

- Iron Axe: basic Axe + Iron Ore + 1,000 G
- Copper Axe: Iron Axe + Copper Ore + 2,500 G
- Silver Axe: Copper Axe + Silver Ore + 5,000 G
- Gold Axe: Silver Axe + Gold Ore + 10,000 G

- Iron Hammer: basic Hammer + Iron Ore + 1,000 G
- Copper Hammer: Iron Hammer + Copper Ore + 2,500 G
- Silver Hammer: Copper Hammer + Silver Ore + 5,000 G
- Gold Hammer: Silver Hammer + Gold Ore + 10,000 G

- Iron Watering Can: basic Watering Can + Iron Ore + 1,000 G
- Copper Watering Can: Iron Watering Can + Copper Ore + 2,500 G
- Silver Watering Can: Copper Watering Can + Silver Ore + 5,000 G
- Gold Watering Can: Silver Watering Can + Gold Ore + 10,000 G

- Iron Fishing Pole: basic Fishing Pole + Iron Ore + 1,000 G
- Copper Fishing Pole: Iron Fishing Pole + Copper Ore + 2,500 G
- Silver Fishing Pole: Copper Fishing Pole + Silver Ore + 5,000 G
- Gold Fishing Pole: Silver Fishing Pole + Gold Ore + 10,000 G


Accessories:

- See the mine section on how to get these ores/jewels

- Yes, you CAN wear the accessories. Go to your wardrobe/dresser
  to put them on. They can not be given as gifts to others.
  You can not ship them because they go right into your
  dresser/wardrobe when made (or some purchased at festivals).

- Yes, you CAN see your character wearing the accessories

- Yes, other characters respond postitively to changing of
  outfits, hats, and accessories


- Silver Brooch: Silver Ore + 315 G
- Gold Brooch: Gold Ore + 375 G
- Goddess Brooch: Copper Ore + Rare Metal Ore + 1,095 G
- Pearl Brooch: Copper Ore + Pearl + 600 G
- Black Pearl Brooch: Copper Ore + Black Pearl + 1,350 G
- Rose Stone Brooch: Copper Ore + Rose Stone Ore + 420 G
- Toy Brooch: Copper Ore + Glass + 195 G
- Lapis Lazuli Brooch: Copper Ore + Lapis Lazuli + 450 G
- Jade Brooch: Copper Ore + Jade + 480 G
- Moonlight Brooch: Copper Ore + Moonlight Stone + 525 G
- Amber Brooch: Copper Ore + Amber + 435 G
- Peridot Brooch: Copper Ore + Peridot + 405 G
- Spinel Brooch: Copper Ore + Spinel + 450 G
- Topaz Brooch: Copper Ore + Topaz + 855 G
- Sapphire Brooch: Copper Ore + Sapphire + 570 G
- Diamond Brooch: Copper Ore + Diamond + 1,650 G
- Ruby Brooch: Copper Ore + Ruby + 975 G
- Aquamarine Brooch: Copper Ore + Aquamarine + 885 G
- Crystal Brooch: Copper Ore + Crystal + 1,200 G
- Emerald Brooch: Copper Ore + Emerald + 1,020 G
- Garnet Brooch: Copper Ore + Garnet + 600 G
- Amethyst Brooch: Copper Ore + Amethyst + 870 G

- Silver Ring: Silver Ore + 765 G
- Gold Ring: Gold Ore + 825 G
- Goddess Ring: Silver Ore + Rare Metal Ore + 1,545 G
- Pearl Ring: Silver Ore + Pearl + 1,050 G
- Black Pearl Ring: Silver Ore + Black Pearl + 1,800 G
- Rose Stone Ring: Silver Ore + Rose Stone Ore + 870 G
- Toy Ring: Silver Ore + Glass + 645 G
- Lapis Lazuli Ring: Silver Ore + Lapis Lazuli + 900 G
- Jade Ring: Silver Ore + Jade + 930 G
- Moonlight Ring: Silver Ore + Moonlight Stone + 975 G
- Amber Ring: Silver Ore + Amber + 885 G
- Peridot Ring: Silver Ore + Peridot + 855 G
- Spinel Ring: Silver Ore + Spinel + 900 G
- Topaz Ring: Silver Ore + Topaz + 1,305 G
- Sapphire Ring: Silver Ore + Sapphire + 1,020 G
- Diamond Ring: Silver Ore + Diamond + 2,100 G
- Ruby Ring: Silver Ore + Ruby + 1,425 G
- Aquamarine Ring: Silver Ore + Aquamarine + 1,335 G
- Crystal Ring: Silver Ore + Crystal + 1,650 G
- Emerald Ring: Silver Ore + Emerald + 1,470 G
- Garnet Ring: Silver Ore + Garnet + 1,050 G
- Amethyst Ring: Silver Ore + Amethyst + 1,320 G 

- Silver Pendant: Silver Ore + 1,065 G
- Gold Pendant: Gold Ore + 1,125 G
- Goddess Pendant: Gold Ore + Rare Metal Ore + 1,845 G
- Pearl Pendant: Gold Ore + Pearl + 1,350 G
- Black Pearl Pendant: Gold Ore + Black Pearl + 2,100 G
- Rose Stone Pendant: Gold Ore + Rose Stone Ore + 1,170 G
- Toy Pendant: Gold Ore + Glass + 945 G
- Lapis Lazuli Pendant: Gold Ore + Lapis Lazuli + 1,200 G
- Jade Pendant: Gold Ore + Jade + 1,230 G
- Moonlight Pendant: Gold Ore + Moonlight Stone + 1,275 G
- Amber Pendant: Gold Ore + Amber + 1,185 G
- Peridot Pendant: Gold Ore + Peridot + 1,155 G
- Spinel Pendant: Gold Ore + Spinel + 1,200 G
- Topaz Pendant: Gold Ore + Topaz + 1,605 G
- Sapphire Pendant: Gold Ore + Sapphire + 1,320 G
- Diamond Pendant: Gold Ore + Diamond + 2,400 G
- Ruby Pendant: Gold Ore + Ruby + 1,725 G
- Aquamarine Pendant: Gold Ore + Aquamarine + 1,635 G
- Crystal Pendant: Gold Ore + Crystal + 1,950 G
- Emerald Pendant: Gold Ore + Emerald + 1,770 G
- Garnet Pendant: Gold Ore + Garnet + 1,350 G
- Amethyst Pendant: Gold Ore + Amethyst + 1,620 G 


Items needed to make all jewelry:

-- 20 Copper
-- 23 Silver
-- 23 Gold

-- 3 each of the following:
   - Rare Metal
   - Rose Stone
   - Glass
   - Lapis Lazuli
   - Jade
   - Moonlight Stone
   - Amber
   - Peridot
   - Spinel
   - Topaz
   - Sapphire
   - Diamond
   - Ruby
   - Aquamarine
   - Crystal
   - Emerald
   - Garnet
   - Amethyst

   - Pearl
   - Black Pearl


Note: You can also buy just a few of the accessories at
the Arts Festival if you don't want to have them made at
the blacksmith shop (same price but don't need ore/jewel):

- Arts Festival - sold by Mira:

  - Toy Ring - 645 G
  - Emerald Ring - 1,470 G
  - Black Pearl Ring - 1,800 G

  - Toy Pendant - 945 G
  - Ruby Pendant - 1,725 G
  - Diamond Pendant - 2,400 G

  - Toy Brooch - 195 G
  - Sapphire Brooch - 570 G
  - Topaz Brooch - 855 G



Carpenter Shop - 9am to 6pm - Closed Saturday
---------------

Occupants: Dale, Bo, Luke


Beds:

- Single Bed/Normal - 1,500 G
- single Bed/Cute - 1,500 G
- Single Bed/Chic - 1,800 G

- Straw Bed/Chic - 450 G
- Straw Bed/Normal - 600 G

- Luxury Bed/Gold - 3,000 G
- Luxury Bed/Rococo - 3,300 G
- Luxury Bed/Royal - 3, 750 G

- Double Bed/Normal - 5,250 G
- Double Bed/Cute - 5, 250 G
- Double Bed/Chic - 5,700 G

- Double Bed/Straw Bed/Chic - 1,950 G
- Double Bed/Straw Bed/Normal - 2,100 G

- Double Bed/Luxury Bed/Gold - 6,000 G
- Double Bed/Luxury Bed/Rococo - 6,000 G
- Double Bed/Luxury Bed/Royal - 6,750 G


Storage/Closet:

- Shelf Slots: 18/Small - 27/Medium - 36/Large

- Wardrobe/Chic - Small - 1,500 G
- Wardrobe/Cute - Small - 1,950 G

- Wardrobe/Normal - Medium - 2,400 G
- Wardrobe/Chic - Medium - 2,550 G
- Wardrobe/Cute - Medium - 3,000 G

- Wardrobe/Normal - Large - 3,300 G
- Wardrobe/Chic - Large - 3,450 G
- Wardrobe/Cute - Large - 3,900 G

- Cabinet/Normal - Small - 1,200 G
- Cabinet/Chic - Small - 1,200 G
- Cabinet/Cute - Small - 1,350 G

- Cabinet/Normal - Medium - 1,500 G
- Cabinet/Chic - Medium - 1,500 G
- Cabinet/Cute - Medium - 1,650 G

- Cabinet/Normal - Large - 2,250 G
- Cabinet/Chic - Large - 2,400 G
- Cabinet/Cute - Large - 2,700 G

- Bookshelf/Simple - 1,500 G
- Bookshelf/Green - 1,800 G

- Vanity/Simple - Medium - 1,800 G
- Vanity/Chic - Medium - 3,750 G
- Vanity/Cute - Medium - 4,200 G

- Vanity/Simple - Large - 3,750 G
- Vanity/Chic - Large - 3,750 G
- Vanity/Cute - Large - 4,200 G


Other:

- Table Set/Chic - 2,400 G
- Table Set/Simple - 2,700 G

- Table Set/Round/Wood - 3,000 G
- Table Set/Round/Chic - 3,300 G
- Table Set/Round/Modern - 3,300 G

- Stool/Round/Normal - 300 G
- Stool/Round/Country - 300 G
- Stool/Round/Cute - 375 G
- Stool/Round/Simple - 375 G

- Chairs/Normal - 600 G
- Chairs/Country - 600 G
- Chairs/Cute - 675 G
- Chairs/Simple - 675 G

- Sofa/Normal - 750 G
- Sofa/Country - 750 G
- Sofa/Chic - 780 G

- Sofa/Normal - Large - 1,500 G
- Sofa/Country - Large - 1,500 G
- Sofa/Chic - Large - 1,800 G


Note: Additional to complete "Other" sets

- Arts Festival - Sold by Bo:

  - Chair/Round/Chic - 375 G
  - Chair/Round/Lovely - 450 G

  - Chair/Chic - 675 G
  - Chair/Lovely - 720 G

  - Sofa/Urban - 750 G
  - Sofa/Lovely - 780 G

  - Sofa/Urban - Large - 1,650 G
  - Sofa/Lovely - Large - 1,875 G 

- Arts Festival - Sold by Owen:

  - Sofa/Simple - 750 G

  - Sofa/Simple - Large - 1,650 G




Building Renovations:

- Be careful to look down on the screen for what
  Dale says the stone & wood amounts are. Do not
  look up at what the map stone & wood amounts
  show because they are misleading as you scroll
  through the building options. The amounts on the
  map area are actually the amounts that you have
  acquired.

- In some previous Harvest Moon games you could
  just pay extra money and not have to collect
  materials (wood/stone) for building requirements.
  In this Harvest Moon game you do need to gather
  the wood and stone plus give the required money.


Animal Barn:

- Level 1: 12 Stone + 12 Wood Lumber + 3,000 G
- Level 2: 22 Stone + 22 Wood Lumber + 6,000 G

Chicken Coop:

- Level 1: 10 Stone + 10 Wood Lumber + 2,400 G
- Level 2: 22 Stone + 22 Wood Lumber + 4,800 G


Farm Plots:

- There are 4 farm plots (all 4,500 G)

  - Town Plot
  - Seaside Plot
  - Hilltop Plot

  - Mountain Plot
    - Not a starting plot


- All 4 farm plots have the same renovation
  requirements below:

- Level 1: 24 Stone + 27 Wood Lumber + 4,500 G
- Level 2: 16 Stone + 18 Wood Lumber + 3,000 G
- Level 3: 24 Stone + 27 Wood Lumber + 6,000 G
- Level 4: 32 Stone + 36 Wood Lumber + 9,000 G
- Level 5: 40 Stone + 45 Wood Lumber + 12,000 G

Note: Your free farm lot comes with a level 1 house but
      you will have to build all other farm lot level 1 houses.
      See the Cooking section for sizes of kitchens per house level.


Interior/Exterior House Styles (Remodel):

- They do not require any materials

- Simple - Yellow Wall/Brown Carpet - (Pink Roof/Pink Outside) - 750 G
- Country - Wood Wall/Green Carpet - (Blue Roof/Wood Outside) - 1,500 G
- Cute - Pink Wall/Lt. Purple Carpet - (Pink Roof/White Outside) - 2,250 G
- Gorgeous - Dark Purple Wall/Purple Carpet- (Blue Roof/Red Brick) - 4,500 G

- They actually all blend well together

Note: You may only remodel your first house. All other houses
  (or Villas) will have the Simple Style.



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Brownie Ranch:
**************


Brownie Ranch - 9am to 6pm - Closed Monday & Holidays
-------------


Occupants: Hannah, Cain, Renee, Gray (lives in Maple Lake Area)


- Brownie Ranch upgrades ranks at the
   same rate as your farm

- More items, animals, and better products
   will increase as ranks increase

- You must have a coop/barn for those products
  or animals to appear on list for sell

- You can buy or sell animals here

- Dairy Explanation Help
  - Housing Animals
  - Animal Care
  - Grazing
  - Processing Animal Products


Items for Sale:


Good Mayonnaise 
  - Made from chicken eggs
  - No star farm rank needed
  - Costs 180 G

Good Cheese
  - Made from cow’s milk
  - No star farm rank needed
  - Costs 255 G

Good Butter
   - Made from cow’s milk
   - No star farm rank needed
   - Costs 225 G

Decent Honey
  - Made by bees
  - Need 1 star farm rank
  - Costs 135 G


Fodder
  - Used for feeding larger animals
  - Need 1 star farm rank
  - Costs 15 G each

Feed
  - Used for feeding Chickens/Ducks/Silkworms
  - Need 1 star farm rank
  - Costs 15 G each


Animal Medicine
  - Buy at Brownie Ranch
  - Need 1 star farm rank
  - Use it to heal sick animals
  - Costs 600 G

Saddle
  - Buy at Brownie Ranch
  - Need 2 star farm rank
  - Use it to ride horses & ostriches
  - Costs 2,400 G

Bell
  - Buy at Brownie Ranch
  - Need 1 star farm rank
  - Use it to call your animals
  - Costs 750 G

Shears
  - Buy at Brownie Ranch
  - Need 1 star farm rank
  - Use it to shear sheep
  - Gives +3 LP
  - Costs 1,200 G

Milker
  - Buy at Brownie Ranch 
  - Need 1 star farm rank
  - Use to milk cows/goats
  - Costs 1,500 G
  - Gives +3 LP

Brush
  - Buy at Brownie Ranch 
  - Need 1 farm star rank
  - Use to brush animals 
  - Costs 1,200 G 
  - Gives +10 LP

Calf/Cow:
- Black & White, Brown, Solid Black
- Costs 4,500 G
- Live for 3 years
- Time until adult 28 days
- Gives milk every day
- Turn into Cheese, Butter

- Cow Miracle Potion
   - Costs 2,100 G
   - Need 1 star farm rank
   - Birth in 14 days

Foal/Horse:
- Red-brown (Pink/Purple), Brown, Black, White (all solid)
- Mane & tail colors: Black, Darker brown, Golden
- Costs 6,300 G
- Live for 4 years
- Time until adult 28 days
- Buy at Brownie Ranch
- Can ride it if saddle equipped
- Comes when whistle outside (B button)
- Need 2 star farm rank

- Horse Miracle Potion
   - Costs 2,700 G
   - Need 2 star farm rank
   - Birth in 14 days

Lamb/Sheep:
- Solid White, White with black face/trimmings
- Costs 4,200 G
- Live for 2.5 years
- Time until adult 14 days
- Give wool every 4 days
- Turn into Yarn

- Sheep Miracle Potion
   - Costs 1,800 G
   - Need 1 star farm rank
   - Birth in 7 days

Ostrich:
- Black & White Adult/brown chick (egg)
- Costs 13,500 G
- Live for 4 years
- Hatches in 14 days
- Time until adult 24 days more
- Need a 3 star farm rank
- Can ride it when saddle equipped
- Comes when whistle outside (B button)
- Lays huge eggs every few 4 days
- Eggs can be hatched or sold at a good price
- Turn into special mayonnaise (only one/lose G)
- Incubator is in Barn lvl 1 & up 
  - no cost for incubator, just lvl 1 barn

Kid/Goat:
- Solid White
- Costs 3,600 G
- Live for 3 years
- Time until adult 14
- Gives milk every day
- Turn into Goat Cheese, Goat Butter
- Need 2 star farm rank

- Goat Miracle Potion
   - Costs 1,800 G
   - Need 2 star farm rank
   - Birth in 7 days

Chicken:
- Solid White Adult/Yellow chick (egg)
- Costs 2,100 G
- Live for 2.5 years
- Adult when bought
- Lay an egg every day
- Hatch from egg in 7 days
- 7 days more to adult
- Turn into Mayonnaise
- Incubator is in chicken coop lvl 1 & up 
  - no cost for incubator, just lvl 1 chicken coop

Duck:
- Solid White/Yellow duckling (egg)
  - Mallard ducks are only in Maple Lake Pond
  - You can not produce them in the final US version
- Costs 2,400 G
- Live for 2.5
- Adult when bought
- Lay an egg every 2 days
- Hatch from egg in 7 days
- 7 days more to adult
- Need 3 star farm rank
- Incubator is in chicken coop lvl 1 & up 
  - no cost for incubator, just lvl 1 chicken coop

Silk Worm:
- Solid White, Greenish
- Costs 2,850 G
- Live for 2.5 years
- Adult when bought
- Good money maker
- Live in Chicken Coop on platforms
- Have to hand feed
- Stay in Barn and do not graze
- Give ball (cocoon) of raw silk every 4 days
- Can turn raw silk into silk yarn (thread)
- Turn into silk yarn (yarn/thread maker) & then dye it
- If silkworm dies then buy a new silkworm so that the new
  silkworm goes into the old silkworm's tray to transfer
  the old silkworm's hearts to the new silkworm
  - Only works if silkworm died and not if it was sold



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Toucan Island (Southern Island):
********************************


Pineapple Inn - 8am to 8pm - never closed (inaccessible Mondays)
-------------

Occupants: Samson, Sue


- Cocoa Seeds - 225 G
- Spicy Pepper Seeds - 30 G
- Hibiscus Seeds - 90 G
- Green Bell Flower Seeds - 165 G
- Fancy Seashell - 210 G

- Banana - 150 G
- Pineapple - 180 G

- Southern Omelet - 555 G
- Southern Fried Rice - 765 G

- Pineapple Juice - 405 G
- Coconut Juice - 375 G
- Banana Milk - 600 G


********************************
Taylor's Seeds (Telephone Only):
********************************

- Once Taylor comes to the Island (around Winter Year 1)
  then you can order his fertilizer, seeds, and seedlings
  by telephone only

- He will give you only one chance to buy them from him in person
  and that is when he comes to your door to introduce himself when
  he first moves onto the island (1st or 15th of the month)

- You have to have the room in your rucksack to hold the seeds and
  products that you order from him

- Once you order from him then it is placed immediately into your
  rucksack so make room before calling

- He sells a few rare seeds that you can't get anywhere else like
  the flax seeds

- He does not sell all available seeds in the game

- You can place a telephone order any time day or night because he
  is never closed

- Everything available through Taylor's Seeds is available Year Round!


Seeds:

- Spring Seed Mix - 150 G
- Flax Seeds - 120 G
- Breadfruit Seeds - 210 G
- Cabbage Seeds - 135 G
- Strawberry Seeds - 600 G
- Potato Seeds - 75 G
- Hyacinth Flower Seeds - 75 G
- Tulip Flower Seeds - 90 G
- Green Herb Seeds - 105 G

- Summer Seed Mix - 150 G
- Tomato Seeds - 225 G
- Corn Seeds - 210 G
- Onion Seeds - 75 G
- Watermelon Seeds - 480 G
- Begonia Flower Seeds - 75 G
- Sunflower Seeds - 75 G
- Lily Flower Seeds - 120 G
- Purple Herb Seeds - 135 G
  - Note: Purple Herbs are a Fall crop not Summer

- Fall Seed Mix - 150 G
- Rice Seeds - 120 G
- Spicy Pepper Seeds - 30 G
- Carrot Seeds - 60 G
- Bell Pepper Seeds - 90 G
- Rose Flower Seeds - 105 G
- Chrysanthemum Flower Seeds - 60 G
- Cosmos Flower Seeds - 75 G
- Blue Herb Seeds - 120 G 
  - Note: Blue Herbs are a Summer crop not Fall

- Buckwheat Seeds - 150 G
- Green Bell Seeds - 165 G
- Yellow Herb Seeds - 120 G


Seedlings:

- Apple Seedling - 570 G
- Grape Seedling - 555 G
- Orange Seedling - 540 G
- Chestnut Seedling - 525 G
- Mora/Cherry Seedling - 450 G
- Hali/Pine Seedling - 300 G


Fertilizers:

- Fertilizer (regular) - 90 G
- Rapid Fertilizer - 180 G
- Happy Fertilizer - 225 G



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=================================
Complete Unofficial Shipping List
=================================

- AKA: Shipping List (Maximum/Challenge)

- Past Harvest Moon games usually have had a shipping
  list that listed every/or nearly every item in the
  game once you shipped the item (even down to animal
  feed and the blue feather). Most times at least most
  of the items in the shipping list were required to
  marry a special character in the game. If you
  concider yourself a Harvest Moon game completist
  then you would complete the entire shipping list
  even though it wasn't entirely required.

- In this Harvest Moon game there is no one shipping list.
  Instead, there is a much simplier "aquire" list. This
  aquire list is essentially broken up into tabs and
  stored in your bookshelf. Once you acquire the item
  then the picture of that item is colored in and lists
  brief info about the item once you click on the colored
  picture. If you have not acquired the item then the
  uncolored picture will display a row of question marks.
  You only have to acquire the item and you do not have
  to ship the item if you do not want to ship it. This
  makes it much easier than previous games because not
  every item is accounted for (note that you need all
  colors of perfume but not all colors of honey, etc).
  This also frees up some of the same items to be used
  twice (King Fish: Catch for Fish List and then grill
  same fish for Cooking List/Bonfire). In my opinion this
  game's "shipping list" is WAY to easy but it is good
  for someone new to Harvest Moon or the casual gamer.
  I will make an unofficial shipping list in this guide
  for the Harvest Moon completist that will include a
  checklist of every shippable item in this game for
  those who want more of a challenge. 


Here is the list:


- Prices listed in order: Decent, Good, Perfect, Shining

- If only one price then there is no grade

- Sell/Sell prices = Ship prices


Note: 

- You can not ship the blue feather.
- You can not ship the basic 6 tools.
- You can not ship any jewelry/Clothing sets/hats



Spring Crops:
-------------

Turnip - Sell prices: 50, 60, 70, 120 G

Breadfruit - Sell prices: 70, 90, 110, 180 G

Cabbage - Sell prices: 80, 130, 180, 260 G

Potato - Sell prices: 60, 70, 80, 140 G

Strawberry - Sell prices: 130, 210, 290, 420 G

Lavender Flower - Sell price: 50 G

Tulip Flower - Sell price: 60 G

Moondrop Flower - Sell price: 40 G

Hyacinth Flower - Sell price: 80 G

Green Herb - Sell price: 30 G

Flax - Sell prices: 50, 60, 70, 120 G


Summer Crops:
-------------

Watermelon - Sell prices: 110, 180, 250, G

Onion - Sell prices: 60, 70, 80, 140 G

Corn - Sell prices: 100, 120, 140, 240 G

Tomato - Sell prices: 90, 110, 130, 220 G

Honeydew - Sell prices: 200, 330, 460, 660 G

Cocoa - Sell prices: 120, 150, 180, 300 G

Sunflower - Sell prices: 70 G

Pansy Flower - Sell prices: 30 G

Pinkcat Flower - Sell prices: 50 G

Begonia Flower - Sell prices: 50 G

Lily Flower - Sell prices: 70 G

Hibiscus - Sell prices: 80 G

Blue Herb - Sell prices: 70 G


Fall Crops:
-----------

Pumpkin - Sell prices: 130, 160, 190, 320 G

Yam - Sell prices: 50, 90, 120, 170 G 

Spinach - Sell prices: 60, 80, 100, 160 G

Eggplant - Sell prices: 100, 120, 140, 240 G

Rice - Sell prices: 50, 90, 130, 180 G

Spicy Pepper - Sell prices: 60, 70, 80, 140 G

Carrot - Sell prices: 80, 100, 120, 200 G

Bell Pepper - Sell prices: 60, 70, 80, 140 G

Cosmos Flower - Sell prices: 50 G

Morning Glory Flower - Sell prices: 90 G

Blue Mist Flower - Sell prices: 320 G

Rose Flower - Sell prices: 100 G

Chrysanthemum Flower - Sell prices: 50 G

Purple Herb - Sell prices: 60 G

Red Herb - Sell prices: 50 G


Winter Crops:
-------------

Buckwheat - Sell prices: 50, 80, 110, 160 G

Anemone Flower - Sell prices: 30 G

Snowflake Flower - Sell prices: 80 G

Green Bell Flower - Sell prices: 70 G

Yellow Herb - Sell prices: 40 G



Seedling Tree Fruits:
--------------------

Cherry - 210 G
Shining Cherry - 420 G

Orange - 130 G
Shining Orange - 260 G

Apple - 150 G
Shining Apple - 300 G

Grape - 140 G
Shining Grape - 280 G

Chestnut - 80 G
Shining Chestnut - 150 G


Foraged Items:
--------------

Banana - 100 G
Pineapple - 120 G
Coconut - 170 G
Blueberry - 50 G
Very Berry - 50 G

Mushroom - 30 G
Toadstool - 40 G
Pontata Root - 150 G

Bamboo Shoot - 210
Shining Bamboo Shoot - 560 G

Laver Seaweed - 40 G
Clam - 90 G
Sea Urchin - 700 G

Common Seashell - 70 G
Fancy Seashell - 140 G
Coral - 50 G
Pearl - 300 G
Black Pearl - 800 G

Note: 
- Other fruit in Seedling Tree Fruit section
- Herbs in crops section


Honeys:
-------

Decent Honey - 90 G
Yellow Honey - 250 G
Green Honey - 280 G
Purple Honey - 300 G
Red Honey - 330 G
Very Blue Honey - 500 G
Royal Jelly - 450 G (500 stamina!)



Animal Products:
----------------

- I added Cow to regular milk so that it was easier
  to compare against goat milk


Chicken Egg - Sell prices: 80, 100, 120, 200 G

Duck Egg - Sell prices: 150, 190, 230, 380 G

Ostrich Egg - Sell prices: 280, 350, 420, 700 G

Mayonnaise - Sell prices: 100, 120, 170, 260 G

Duckonnaise - Sell prices: 190 G

Ostonnaise - Sell prices: 320 G

Cow Milk - Sell prices: 100, 130, 160, 260 G

Goat Milk - Sell prices: 90, 110, 130, 220 G

Cow Butter - Sell prices: 120, 150, 240, 300 G

Goat Butter - Sell prices: 100, 130, 180, 260 G

Cow Cheese - Sell prices: 140, 170, 240, 340 G

Goat Cheese - Sell prices: 170, 210, 290, 420 G

Wool - Sell prices: 210, 260, 310, 520 G

Cocoon - Sell prices: 400, 500, 600, 1,000 G



Fish:
-----

- Swordfish - sell 750
- Char - sell 120
- Rainbow Trout - sell 70 G
- Big-Scaled Salmon - sell 30 G
- Carp - sell 120 G
- Eel - sell 600 G
- Masu Trout - sell 110 G
- Huchen - sell 1,000 G
- Salmon - sell 240 G
- Pond Smelt - sell 20 G
- Catfish - sell 80 G
- Puffer Fish - sell 50 G
- Sardine - sell 50 G
- Goby -sell 40 G
- Mahi-Mahi - sell 310 G
- Horse Mackerel - sell 70 G
- Mackerel - sell 60 G
- Sea Bream - sell 300 G
- Bonito - sell 280 G
- Saury - sell 70 G
- Rockfish - sell 230 G
- Manta Ray - sell 350 G
- Rock Trout - sell 180 G
- Rock Lobster - sell 240 G
- Lobster - sell 600 G
- Cod - sell 80 G
- Angler Fish - sell 770 G
- Yellow Tail - sell 300 G
- Tuna - sell 600 G
- Halibut - sell 190 G
- Conger Eel - sell 210 G
- Flounder - sell 120 G
- Squid - sell 110 G
- Octopus - sell 140 G
- Freshwater Prawn - sell 150 G
- Crawfish - sell 20 G
- Shark - sell 700 G
- Skull Jellyfish - sell 950 G
- Wood Fish - sell 900 G
- Seasky - sell 1,000 G
- King Fish - sell 1,600 G



Ores/Gems/Wonderfuls:
---------------------

Scrap Iron/Mix - 10 G

Iron Ore/Mix - 20 G
Copper Ore/Mix - 30 G
Silver Ore/Mix - 40 G
Gold Ore/Mix - 50 G
Rare Ore/Mix - 250 G

Any Color Wonderful/no shine - 30 G
(un-inspected/Bl, rd, grn, wh, yw, pur)

Iron - 50 G
Copper - 80 G
Silver - 110 G
Gold - 150 G
Rare Metal - 630 G

Rose Stone - 180 G
Glass - 30 G
Lapis Lazuli - 200 G
Jade - 220 G
Moonlight Stone - 250 G
Amber - 190 G
Peridot - 170 G
Spinel - 200 G
Topaz - 470 G
Sapphire - 280 G
Diamond - 1,000 G
Ruby - 550 G
Aquamarine - 490 G
Crystal - 700 G
Emerald - 580 G
Garnet - 300 G
Amethyst - 480 G

Shining Baumbuchen (Tree Cake) - 2,000 G



Trash:
------

- Empty Can - 10 G
- Rubber Boot - 10 G
- Swim Shorts - 50 G
- Algae - 10 G


Shipable Tools:
----------------

- Brush
- Milker
- Saddle
- Bell (hand bell)
- Matches
- Clippers

- If shipped then can buy
  them back


Perfume:
--------

Decent (Pink) Perfume - 100 G
Purple Perfume - 170 G
Yellow Perfume - 160 G
Green Perfume - 290 G
Red Perfume - 210 G
Blue Perfume - 1,210 G
Shining Perfume - 1,030 G


Yarns/Threads:
--------------

Decent Wool Yarn - 250 G
Good Wool Yarn - 310 G
Perfect Wool Yarn - 430 G
Shining Wool Yarn - 620 G
Yellow Wool Yarn - 500 G
Green Wool Yarn - 530 G
Purple Wool Yarn - 560 G
Red Wool Yarn - 620 G
Blue Wool Yarn - 930 G

- The silk is processed into thread
  even though it is called yarn

Decent Silk Yarn - 420 G
Good Silk Yarn - 700 G
Perfect Silk Yarn - 980 G
Shining Silk Yarn - 1,400 G
Yellow Silk Yarn - 1,120 G
Green Silk Yarn - 1,190 G
Purple Silk Yarn - 1,260 G
Red Silk Yarn - 1,400 G
Blue Silk Yarn - 2,100 G

Decent Flax Yarn - 220 G
Good Flax Yarn - 360 G
Perfect Flax Yarn - 500 G
Shining Flax Yarn - 720 G
Yellow Flax Yarn - 580 G
Green Flax Yarn - 610 G
Purple Flax Yarn - 650 G
Red Flax Yarn - 720 G
Blue Flax Yarn - 1,080 G


Box Lunches:
------------

Decent Box Lunch - 80 G
Good Box Lunch - 90 G
Perfect Box Lunch - 100 G
Shining Box Lunch - 110 G


Cooked Dishes:
--------------


Knife (Cutting Board Set):
**************************

- Rice Ball: Rice
     - Sell 50 G/Buy 60 G/180 stamina

- Sashimi: 2 or more fish
     - Decent: Sell 270 G/can't buy/80 stamina
     - Good: Sell 530 G/Buy 795 G/100 stamina/Ocean Festival
     - Perfect: Sell 1,060 G/can't buy/120 stamina
     - Shining: Sell 2,120 G/can't buy/140 stamina

- Sushi: + 1 or more fish, Rice
     - Decent: Sell 310 G/can't buy/180 stamina
     - Good: Sell 620 G/can't buy/210 stamina
     - Perfect: Sell 1,240 G/can't buy/240 stamina
     - Shining: Sell 2,480 G/can't buy/270 stamina

- Marinated Fish: Fish (any kind) + Onion + herb (any color)
     - Sell 850 G/can't buy/300 stamina
 
- Chirashi Sushi Rice: + Egg + Mushroom + Rock Lobster + Conger Eel
     - Sell 160 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Marinated Mushroom: Mushroom + herb (any color)
     - Sell 320 G/Buy 480 G/100 stamina/Sundae Inn
 
- Pie Crust: Breadfruit + Butter
     - Sell 130 G/can't buy/10 stamina
 
- Vegetable Salad: Any vegetable + Mayonnaise
     - Sell 240 G/can't buy/100 stamina
 
- Egg Salad: Any vegetable + Egg + Mayonnaise 
     - Sell 320 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Vegetable Sandwich: Bread + Butter + any vegetable + Mayonnaise
     - Sell 300 G/can't buy/200 stamina

- Egg Sandwich: Bread + Butter + Egg + Mayonnaise
     - Sell 260 G/Buy 390 G/180 stamina
 
- Mushroom Rice: Rice + Mushroom
     - Sell 210 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Potato Rice: Rice + Yam
     - Sell 250 G/can't buy/200 stamina
 
- Chestnut Rice: Rice + Chestnut
     - Sell 200 G/can't buy/200 stamina
 
- Bamboo Rice: Rice + Bamboo Shoot
     - Sell 520 G/can't buy/250 stamina
 
- Egg Rice: Rice + Egg
     - Sell 300 G/can't buy/150 stamina
 
- Eel Bowl: Rice + Eel
     - Sell 660 G/can't buy/350 stamina 
 
- Conger Eel Bowl: Rice + Conger Eel
     - Sell 450 G/can't buy/260 stamina
 
- Tuna bowl: Rice + Tuna
     - Sell 560 G/can't buy/320 stamina
 
- Buckwheat Chips: Buckwheat
     - Sell 130 G/can't buy/80 stamina
 
- Chocolate Bar: Cocoa + Milk
     - Sell 300 G/can't buy/300 stamina
 
- Chocolate Banana: Cocoa + Milk + Banana
     - Sell 330 G/Buy 495 G/320 stamina/Ocean Festival



Pot:
****


- Potato Stew: Potato
     - Sell 130 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Yam Stew: Yam
     - Sell 120 G/can't buy/100 stamina
 
- Bamboo Stew: Bamboo Shoot
     - Sell 370 G/can't buy/100 stamina
 
- Pumpkin Stew: Pumpkin
     - Sell 220 G/can't buy/100 stamina
 
- Boiled Corn: Corn
     - Sell 170 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Steamed Turnip: Turnip + Sea Bream
     - Sell 380 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Cheese Risotto: Rice + Cheese + Onion
     - Sell 460 G/can't buy/250 stamina

- Tomato Risotto: Rice + Tomato + Onion
     - Sell 440 G/Buy 660 G/200 stamina/Sundae Inn

- Seafood Risotto: Rice + any kind of crustacean + Squid + Clam + Onion
     - Sell 740 G/can't buy/300 stamina

- Spinach Risotto: Rice + Spinach + Onion
     - Sell 320 G/can't buy/180 stamina

- Bouillabaise: Tomato + Onion + Red Herb + any fish + any crustacean
     - Decent: Sell 360 G/can't buy/280 stamina
     - Good: Sell 450 G/can't buy/280 stamina
     - Perfect: Sell 540 G/can't buy/280 stamina
     - Shining: Sell 1,320 G/can't buy/280 stamina

- Spicy Seafood Soup: Any prawn + Tomato + Onion + Spicy Pepper
     - Sell 450 G/can't buy/260 stamina

- Egg Soup: Egg + Milk
     - Sell 280 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Corn Soup: Corn + Milk
     - Sell 260 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Tomato Soup: Tomato + Milk
     - Sell 250 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Shark Fin Soup: Shark + any herb + Spinach
     - Sell 1,740 G/can't buy/250 stamina

- Stew: Milk + Butter + Carrot + Onion + Potato
     - Sell 450 G/Buy 675 G/320 stamina

- Seafood Stew: Milk + Butter + Clam + any crustacean + Squid
     - Sell 620 G/can't buy/360 stamina

- Spicy Stew: Milk + Spicy Pepper + Carrot + Onion + Potato
     - Sell 480 G/can't buy/300 stamina

- Salmon Cream Stew: Milk + Butter + Carrot + Onion + Salmon
     - Sell 520 G/can't buy/300 stamina

- Sardine Tomato Stew: Tomato + Sardine + any herb
     - Sell 230 G/can't buy/180 stamina

- Saury Tomato Stew: Tomato + Saury + any herb
     - Sell 250 G/can't buy/180 stamina

- Squid Tomato Stew: Tomato + Squid + any herb
     - Sell 200 G/can't buy/160 stamina

- Steamed Egg: Egg + Freshwater Prawn + Spinach
     - Sell 280 G/can't buy/200 stamina

- Boiled Spinach: Spinach
     - Sell 140 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Cheese Fondue: Cheese + Grape Cocktail + Bread
     - Sell 300 G/can't buy/230 stamina

- Chocolate Fondue: Cocoa + Milk + Bread
     - Sell 340 G/Buy 510 G/240 stamina/Sundae Inn

- Marmalade Jam: 2 Oranges
     - Sell 330 G/Buy 495 G/210 stamina/Animal Festival

- Berry Jam: 2 Very Berries
     - Sell 140 G/Buy 210 G/150 stamina/Animal Festival

- Blueberry Jam: 2 Blueberries
     - Sell 160 G/can't buy/180 stamina

- Strawberry Jam: 2 Strawberries
     - Sell 550 G/can't buy/250 stamina

- Apple Jam: 2 Apples
     - Sell 420 G/Buy 630 G/200 stamina/Animal Festival

- Buckwheat Noodles: Buckwheat
     - Sell 300 G/can't buy/400 stamina

- Buckwheat Noodles With Egg: Buckwheat + Egg
     - Sell 460 G/can't buy/450 stamina

- Tempura Buckwheat Noodles: Buckwheat + Eggplant + any crustacean
     - Sell 600 G/can't buy/500 stamina

- Shark Fin Stew: Shark
     - Sell 1,020 G/Buy 1,530 G/180 stamina/Sundae Inn

- Potato Miso Soup: Potato + Laver Seaweed
     - Sell 210 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Seaweed Miso Soup: Laver Seaweed
     - Sell 170 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Clam Soup: Clam
     - Sell 320 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Fish Soup: Sea Bream
     - Sell 460 G/Buy 690 G/180 stamina/Ocean Festival

- Hot Milk: Milk
     - Sell 220 G/Buy 330 G/130 stamina/Sundae Inn

- Hot Cocoa: Cocoa + Milk
     - Sell 380 G/Buy 570 G/150 stamina/Sundae Inn

- Herbal Tea: Herb (any color)
     - Sell 70 G/Buy 105 G/80 stamina/Meringue Clinic & Sundae Inn

- Milk Tea: Herb (any color) + Milk
     - Sell 270 G/Buy 405 G/100 stamina/Sundae Inn



Frying Pan:
***********

- Fried Egg: Egg
     - Sell 150 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Plain Omelet: Egg + Butter
     - Sell 160 G/Buy 240 G/200 stamina/Spring & Summer Flea Markets

- Tomato Omelet: Egg + Butter + Tomato
     - Sell 270 G/can't buy/220 stamina

- Cheese Omelet: Egg + Butter + Cheese
     - Sell 290 G/Buy 435 G/260 stamina/Animal Festival

- Omelet Rice: Egg + Butter + Rice
     - Sell 220 G/Buy 330 G/350 stamina/Sundae Inn

- Southern Omelet: Egg + Rice + Pineapple + any crustacean + Spicy Pepper
     - Sell 370 G/Buy 550 G/400 stamina/Pineapple Inn

- Fried Rice: Rice + Onion + Egg
     - Sell 280 G/can't buy/320 stamina

- Seafood Fried Rice: Rice + Onion + Egg + any crustacean + Squid
     - Sell 600 G/can't buy/400 stamina

- Southern Fried Rice: Rice + Pineapple + any crustacean + Spicy Pepper
     - Sell 510 G/Buy 765 G/370 stamina/Pineapple Inn

- Salmon Fried Rice: Rice + Egg + Salmon
     - Sell 410 G/can't buy/430 stamina

- Croquette: Potato + Breadfruit + Egg
     - Sell 250 G/can't buy/180 stamina

- Pumpkin Croquette: Pumpkin + Breadfruit + Egg
     - Sell 320 G/can't buy/180 stamina

- Sauteed Clam: Clam + Butter
     - Sell 230 G/can't buy/220 stamina

- Fish Meuniere: Any fish + Butter + any herb + Spinach
     - Decent: Sell 280 G/can't buy/180 stamina
     - Good: Sell 420 G/Buy 630 G/180 stamina/Sundae Inn
     - Perfect: Sell 640 G/can't buy/180 stamina
     - Shining; Sell 1,350 G/can't buy/180 stamina

- Sauteed Spinach: Spinach + Butter
     - Sell 210 G/can't buy/160 stamina

- Sauteed Mushroom: Mushroom + Butter
     - Sell 180 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Sauteed Potato: Potato + Butter
     - Sell 120 G/Buy 180 G/170 stamina/Ocean Festival

- Stir-Fry: Any vegetable
     - Sell 230 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Pancake: Breadfruit + Milk + Egg + honey (any color)
     - Sell 590 G/Buy 885 G/300 stamina

- Potato Pancake: Potato + Egg + Milk
     - Sell 430 G/can't buy/300 stamina

- Ratatouille: Tomato + Eggplant + Bell Pepper + Onion
     - Sell 380 G/can't buy/280 stamina



Oven (Microwave):
*****************

- Mont Blanc Cake: Breadfruit + Egg + Milk + Butter + Chestnut
     - Sell 580 G/Buy 870 G/380 stamina/Fall & Winter Flea Markets

- Shortcake: Breadfruit + Egg + Milk + Butter + Strawberry
     - Sell 730 G/Buy 1,095 G/350 stamina/Fall & Winter Flea Markets

- Yam Cake: Breadfruit + Egg + Milk + Butter + Yam
     - Sell 590 G/can't buy/320 stamina

- Carrot Cake: Breadfruit + Egg + Milk + Butter + Carrot
     - Sell 600 G/Buy 900 G/320 stamina/Fall & Winter Flea Markets

- Pumpkin Cake: Breadfruit + Egg + Milk + Butter + Pumpkin
     - Sell 660 G/Buy 990 G/320 stamina/Fall & Winter Flea Markets

- Spinach Cake: Breadfruit + Egg + Milk + Butter + Spinach
     - Sell 600 G/can't buy/320 stamina

- Orange Cake: Breadfruit + Egg + Milk + Butter + Orange
     - Sell 630 G/can't buy/320 stamina

- Cheesecake: Breadfruit + Egg + Milk + Butter + Cheese
     - Sell 680 G/can't buy/350 stamina

- Chocolate Cake: Breadfruit + Egg + Milk + Butter + Cocoa
     - Sell 650 G/can't buy/360 stamina

- Pudding: Milk + Egg
     - Sell 200 G/can't buy/260 stamina

- Chocolate Pudding: Egg + Milk + Cocoa
     - Sell 380 G/can't buy/300 stamina

- Pumpkin Pudding: Milk + Egg + Pumpkin
     - Sell 330 G/Buy 495 G/350 stamina/Fall & Winter Flea Markets

- Banana Pudding: Milk + Egg + Banana
     - Sell 560 G/Buy 840 G/320 stamina/Ocean Festival & Sundae Inn

- Apple Pie: Pie Crust + Apple + Egg
     - Sell 420 G/Buy 630 G/350 stamina/Sundae Inn

- Pumpkin Pie: Pie Crust + Pumpkin + Egg
     - Sell 430 G/Buy /380 stamina/Fall & Winter Flea Markets

- Chocolate Pie: Pie Crust + Cocoa + Egg
     - Sell 530 G/can't buy/360 stamina

- Orange Pie: Pie Crust + Orange + Egg
     - Sell 400 G/can't buy/350 stamina

- Chestnut Pie: Pie Crust + Chestnut + Egg
     - Sell 370 G/Buy 555 G/380 stamina/Fall & Winter Flea Markets

- Sweet Yam Cake: Yam + Egg + Milk + Butter
     - Sell 440 G/Buy 660 G/400 stamina/Fall & Winter Flea Markets

- Mashed Potato: Potato + Milk + Butter
     - Sell 320 G/can't buy/280 stamina

- Cookies: Breadfruit + Egg + Butter
     - Sell 200 G/Buy 300 G/300 stamina

- Herb Cookies: Breadfruit + Egg + Butter + herb (any color)
     - Sell 230 G/Buy 345 G/320 stamina/Fall & Winter Flea Markets

- Orange Cookies: Breadfruit + Egg + Butter + Orange
     - Sell 320 G/Buy 480 G/330 stamina/Ocean Festival

- Chocolate Cookies: Breadfruit + Egg + Butter + Cocoa
     - Sell 440 G/can't buy/340 stamina

- Bread: Breadfruit + butter + Milk
     - Sell 280 G/can't buy/260 stamina

- Herb Bread: Breadfruit + Butter + Milk + herb (any color)
     - Sell 350 G/can't buy/300 stamina

- Onion Bread: Breadfruit + butter + Milk + Onion
     - Sell 390 G/can't buy/300 stamina

- Corn Bread: Breadfruit + Butter + Milk + Corn
     - Sell 440 G/can't buy/300 stamina

- Herb Fish: 1 herb (any color) + 1 or more fish
     - Decent: Sell 260 G/can't buy/280 stamina
     - Good: Sell 320 G/can't buy/280 stamina
     - Perfect: Sell 630 G/can't buy/280 stamina
     - Shining: Sell 1,320 G/can't buy/280 stamina

- Bamboo en Papilotte: Bamboo Shoot
     - Sell 370 G/can't buy/200 stamina

- Pizza: Pie Crust + Cheese
     - Sell 900 G/can't buy/500 stamina

- Seafood Pizza: Pie Crust + Cheese + any crustacean + Squid
     - Sell 1,200 G/can't buy/530 stamina

- Vegetable Pizza: Pie Crust + Cheese + any 1 or more vegetables
     - Sell 1,000 G/can't buy/510 stamina

- Potato Gratin: Potato + Cheese + Butter + Milk
     - Sell 530 G/can't buy/400 stamina

- Seafood Gratin: Any crustacean + Squid + Cheese + Butter + Milk
     - Sell 820 G/can't buy/380 stamina

- Mushroom Gratin: Mushroom + Cheese + Butter + Milk
     - Sell 450 G/Buy 675 G/280 stamina/Sundae Inn

- Doria: Mushroom + Cheese + Milk + Rice
     - Sell 600 G/can't buy/300 stamina

- Seafood Doria: Any crustacean + Clam + Cheese + Milk + Rice
     - Sell 820 G/can't buy/320 stamina

- French Fries: Potato
     - Sell 140 G/can't buy/120 stamina



Mixer (Blender):
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- Perfumes are gifts and non-edible


- Perfume (Pink): Any 2 flowers 
     - Sell 100 G

- Purple Perfume: 2 Lavender Flowers 
     - Sell 170 G

- Yellow Perfume: 2 Moondrop Flowers
     - Sell 160 G/Buy 240 G/ Flower Festival

- Green Perfume: 2 Green Bell Flowers
     - Sell 290 G

- Red Perfume: 2 Roses
     - Sell 210 G/Buy 315 G/Flower Festival

- Blue Perfume: 2 Blue Mist Flowers
     - Sell 1,210 G/Buy 1,815 G/Flower Festival

- Shining Perfume: 5 different flowers (must total 500 G or more)
     - Sell 1,030 G

 
- Carrot Juice: Carrot
     - Sell 140 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Tomato Juice: Tomato
     - Sell 160 G/Buy 240 G/100 stamina/Sundae Inn

- Vegetable Juice: Cabbage + Spinach + Bell Pepper + Green Herb
     - Sell 280 G/Buy 420 G/300 stamina/Meringue Clinic

- Orange Juice: Orange
     - Sell 150 G/Buy 225 G/100 stamina/Ocean Festival

- Blueberry Juice: Blueberry
     - Sell 70 G/can't buy/80 stamina

- Berry Juice: Very Berry
     - Sell 70 G/Buy 105 G/80 stamina/Sundae Inn

- Apple Juice: Apple
     - Sell 170 G/can't buy/180 stamina

- Pineapple Juice: Pineapple
     - Sell 270 G/Buy 405 G/160 stamina/Sundae Inn & Pineapple Inn
                                        & Ocean Festival

- Honeydew Juice: Honeydew
     - Sell 270 G/can't buy/210 stamina

- Grape Juice: Grape
     - Sell 160 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Coconut Juice: Coconut
     - Sell 250 G/Buy 375 G/100 stamina/Pineapple Inn & Ocean Festival

- Yogurt Drink: Yogurt + honey (any color)
     - Sell 260 G/can't buy/250 stamina

- Strawberry Milk: Strawberry + Milk
     - Sell 390 G/can't buy/250 stamina

- Honeydew Milk: Honeydew + Milk
     - Sell 470 G/Buy 705 G/280 stamina/Ocean Festival

- Banana Milk: Banana + Milk
     - Sell 400 G/Buy 600 G/260 stamina/Ocean Festival

- Bodigizer (stamina): Red Herb + Pontata Root + honey (any color)
     - Sell 200 G/Buy 300 G/300 stamina/Meringue Clinic

- Bodigizer XL: Purple Herb + Pontata Root + honey (any color) + Egg
     - Sell 350 G/Buy 520 G/800 stamina/Meringue Clinic

- Cold Medicine: Pontata Root + Royal Jelly + Mushroom
     - Sell 300 G/Buy 450 G/10 stamina/Meringue Clinic

- Stay Awake: Pontata Root + Milk + Spicy Pepper
     - Sell 250 G/Buy 375 G/10 stamina/Meringue Clinic

- Super Stay Awake: Pontata Root + Milk + Spicy Pepper + Red Herb
     - Sell 350 G/Buy 525 G/200 stamina/Meringue Clinic



Fermentation/Aging Pot:
***********************

- Seasoned Egg: Egg
     - Sell 190 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Yogurt: Milk
     - Sell 230 G/Buy 345 G/150 stamina/Animal Festival

- Pickled Turnip: Turnip
     - Sell 200 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Pickled Cabbage: Cabbage
     - Sell 210 G/can't buy/110 stamina

- Pickled Eggplant: Eggplant
     - Sell 220 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Sardine in Oil: Sardine
     - Sell 150 G/can't buy/90 stamina

- Kimchi: Carrot + Cabbage + Spicy Pepper
     - Sell 350 G/can't buy/130 stamina

- Grape Cocktail: 2 Grapes
     - Sell 200 G/Buy 300 G/200 stamina/Sundae Inn Bar

- Apple Cocktail: 2 Apples
     - Sell 230 G/Buy 345 G/210 stamina/Sundae Inn Bar

- Blueberry Cocktail: 2 Blueberries
     - Sell 120 G/Buy 180 G/160 stamina/Sundae Inn Bar

- Yam Cocktail: 2 Yams
     - Sell 190 G/Buy 285 G/180 stamina/Sundae Inn Bar

- Buckwheat Cocktail: 2 Buckwheat
     - Sell 140 G/Buy 210 G/160 stamina/Sundae Inn Bar

- Coconut Cocktail: 2 Coconuts
     - Sell 330 G/Buy 495 G/180 stamina/Sundae Inn Bar

- Rice Cocktail: 2 Rice
     - Sell 230 G/Buy 345 G/200 stamina/Sundae Inn Bar



Bonfire (Firewood Stack):
*************************


- Grilled Swordfish: Swordfish
     - Sell 780 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Grilled Char: Char
     - Sell 150 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Grilled Rainbow Trout: Rainbow Trout
     - Sell 100 G/can't buy/80 stamina

- Grilled Masu Trout: Masu Trout
     - Sell 140 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Grilled Redfin: Big-Scaled Redfin
     - Sell 50 G/can't buy/50 stamina

- Grilled Carp: Carp
     - Sell 150 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Grilled Eel: Eel
     - Sell 630 G/can't buy/180 stamina

- Grilled Pond Smelt: Pond Smelt
     - Sell 50 G/can't buy/60 stamina

- Grilled Huchen: Huchen
     - Sell 990 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Grilled Salmon: Salmon
     - Sell 270 G/Buy 405 G/150 stamina

- Grilled Catfish: Catfish
     - Sell 110 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Grilled Puffer Fish: Puffer Fish
     - Sell 80 G/can't buy/-150 stamina (do not eat)

- Grilled Goby: Goby
     - Sell 70 G/can't buy/70 stamina

- Grilled Sardine: Sardine
     - Sell 80 G/Buy 120 G/80 stamina

- Grilled Mahi-Mahi: Mahi-Mahi
     - Sell 340 G/can't buy/90 stamina

- Grilled Horse Mackerel: Horse Mackerel
     - Sell 100 G/Buy 150 G/80 stamina

- Grilled Sea Bream: Sea Bream
     - Sell 330 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Grilled Bonito: Bonito
     - Sell 330 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Grilled Mackerel: Mackerel
     - Sell 90 G/Buy 135 G/100 stamina

- Grilled Saury: Saury
     - Sell 120 G/Buy 180 G/190 stamina

- Grilled Manta Ray: Manta Ray
     - Sell 380 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Grilled Rockfish: Rockfish
     - Sell 260 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Grilled Cod: Cod
     - Sell 110 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Grilled Angler Fish: Angler Fish
     - Sell 800 G/can't buy/200 stamina

- Grilled Yellow Tail: Yellow Tail
     - Sell 330 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Grilled Tuna: Tuna
     - Sell 630 G/can't buy/200 stamina

- Grilled Conger Eel: Conger Eel
     - Sell 240 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Grilled Halibut: Halibut
     - Sell 220 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Grilled Flounder: Flounder
     - Sell 150 G/can't buy/90 Stamina

- Grilled Squid: Squid
     - Sell 140 G/Buy 210 G/80 stamina/Ocean Festival

- Grilled Octopus: Octopus
     - Sell 170 G/can't buy/140 stamina

- Grilled Crawfish: Crawfish
     - Sell 50/can't buy/100 stamina

- Grilled Prawn: Freshwater Prawn
     - Sell 180 G/can't buy/100 stamina

- Grilled Rock Lobster: Rock Lobster
     - Sell 270 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Grilled Lobster: Lobster
     - Sell 630 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Grilled Shark: Shark
     - Sell 630 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Grilled King Fish: King Fish
     - Sell 1,630 G/can't buy/500 stamina

- Grilled Clam: Clam
     - Sell 130 G/Buy 195/120 stamina/Ocean Festival

- Grilled Sea Urchin: Sea Urchin
     - Sell 550 G/can't buy/150 stamina

- Grilled Eggplant: Eggplant
     - Sell 140 G/can't buy/80 stamina

- Roasted Chestnut: Chestnut
     - Sell 100 G/can't buy/120 stamina

- Roasted Corn: Corn 
     - Sell 160 G/240 G/140 stamina/Ocean Festival

- Grilled Yam: Yam
     - Sell 110 G/Buy 165 G/150 stamina/Spring & Summer Flea Markets

- Grilled Wood Fish: Wood Fish
     - Sell 930 G/can't buy/200 stamina

- Grilled Skull Jellyfish: Skull Jellyfish
     - Sell 980 G/can't buy/200 stamina

- Grilled Seasky Fish: Seasky Fish
     - Sell 1,030 G/can't buy/200 stamina


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        Legal & Copyright
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Thanks to www.ign.com & www.gamefaqs.com for posting this.


Thanks to Nintendo, Marvelous Entertainment, Natsume, Runtime Inc,
and Sketch for creating, translating, and further enhancing such
a great game!


Thanks to NurseFin for the video information and tidbits:
   - http://www.youtube.com/user/ttsecretdiary

Thanks to May for the section colored map and info:
   - http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q166/May_092/Island.jpg



This info was created solely by me and is not copyrighted except where
noted directly above with credit given.



Special thanks to RPT - my bud forever :)

Congratulations to Freyashawk honored to write the Brady Games Guide
   for this title! (Way to go, Freya!)

- Note Freya/Brady Games Guide is an earlier US version than the final
  US version but is very similar to the final US version


This info was written to help others to enjoy this game more fully.

I did not write this to gain any fame or fortune but I do mind if others
use my tested useful information to then create their own copyrighted
versions thereby restricting the information I created to benefit all
fans of gaming.

Guides/Walkthroughs/Faqs/Lists take enormous amounts of time and effort.
This can be shared without penalty as long as this source is credited.
(You can share any of this information on any gaming board as long
as it is credited to Goldhorizon who is the creator of this guide).

Do not use this on paid sites or for monetary gain. This is to be free
access only. 

I can tell who has copied info in my guide by looking at key words/phrases
in others' guides/walkthrough/faqs (note the word Flower used after all
the flower and flower seed entries - this was only found in my guide
because it was made up by me. I even did not duplicate the word flower
on Sunflower so that it could not be counted as "just coincidence". The
word Flower is not even in Freyshawk's Brady Game Guide and is not even
used in the actual game on a consistant basis). Others have then taken
these copied guides and given credit to the copier of my guide while
producing their own original formatting of the copied information. I do
not fault the re-formatters of the individual who has copied my information
in this guide. So again:


Do not use this to create your own copyrighted version or mini-versions
of guides, walkthroughs, Faqs, lists, or to create any other copyrighted
information. 



Enjoy! - Goldhorizon AKA Goldie



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