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|                    Author: Ratleh                                           |
|                    Began: December 13, 2008                                 |
|                    Sent in: January 4, 2009                                 |
|                    Completed: May 3, 2009                                   |
|                    Game: Animal Crossing: City Folk                         |
|                    Platform: Nintendo Wii                                   |
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¦+¦   [A] Contents ++[CONT]++    ___________  An overall map of this FAQ. ¦+¦
¦ ¦                             /           \ Ctrl + F is your friend!    ¦ ¦
¦_¦-----------------------------|___________|-----------------------------¦_¦

       Name of section                                           Tag
+=============================================================================+
|    [A] Contents................................................[CONT]       |
|    [B] Introduction............................................[INTR]       |
|    [C] Basics..................................................[BASE]       |
|                       1. Controls and Menu.....................[CTRL]       |
|                       2. Starting out..........................[STRT]       |
|                                 a. Faces.......................[FACE]       |
|                                 b. Working for Nook............[WORK]       |
|    [D] Places to go............................................[PLCE]       |
|                       1. In town...............................[TOWN]       |
|                                 a. Nook's store................[NOOK]       |
|                                     ==> Point system                        |
|                                 b. The Able Sisters'...........[ABLE]       |
|                                     ==> Designs                             |
|                                 c. Town Hall...................[HALL]       |
|                                     ==> Civic Center                        |
|                                     ==> Post Office                         |
|                                 d. The Museum..................[OWLS]       |
|                                     ==> The Roost..............             |
|                                     ==> The Observatory........             |
|                                 e. Town Gate...................[GATE]       |
|                                     ==> Booker & Copper........             |
|                       2. The city..............................[CITY]       |
|                                 a. Crazy Redd's................[REDD]       |
|                                 b. Automatic Bell Dispenser....[AUTO]       |
|                                 c. The Marquee.................[SHOW]       |
|                                     ==> Emotions...............             |
|                                 d. The Happy Room Academy......[RATE]       |
|                                 e. Phineas.....................[PHIN]       |
|                                 f. GracieGrace.................[GRCE]       |
|                                 g. The Auction House...........[AUCT]       |
|                                 h. Kicks' Shoe Shining.........[SHOE]       |
|                                 i. Shampoodle..................[HAIR]       |
|                                     ==> Hairstyles.............             |
|                                 j. Katrina's...................[LUCK]       |
|                                 k. Resetti's...................[MOLE]       |
|    [E] Things to collect.......................................[CLCT]       |
|                       1. Fish..................................[FISH]       |
|                       2. Bugs..................................[BUGS]       |
|                       3. Fossils...............................[FOSL]       |
|                       4. Gyroids...............................[GYRO]       |
|                       5. Paintings.............................[PICS]       |
|    [F] Items and tools.........................................[ITEM]       |
|                       1. Feng Shui.............................[FENG]       |
|                       2. Item list.............................[LIST]       |
|                                 a. Furniture...................[FNTR]       |
|                                     ==> Listed by Feng Shui....             |
|                                     ==> Functions..............             |
|                                 b. Wallpaper...................[WALL]       |
|                                 c. Flooring....................[FLOR]       |
|                                 d. Clothing....................[CLTH]       |
|                                 e. Umbrellas...................[UMBR]       |
|                                 f. Accessories.................[ACCS]       |
|                                 g. Stationery..................[STNR]       |
|                                 h. Miscellaneous...............[MISC]       |
|                       3. Tools.................................[TOOL]       |
|    [G] People to meet..........................................[PPLZ]       |
|                       1. Special Visitors......................[SPCL]       |
|                                 a. Blanca......................[BLNC]       |
|                                 b. Gulliver....................[GULL]       |
|                                 c. Joan........................[JOAN]       |
|                                 d. Katie and Kaitlin...........[KATS]       |
|                                 e. K.K. Slider.................[K.K.]       |
|                                 f. Pascal......................[PSCL]       |
|                                 g. Pete........................[PETE]       |
|                                 h. Saharah.....................[SRAH]       |
|                                 i. Wendell.....................[WNDL]       |
|                                 j. Wisp........................[WISP]       |
|                       2. Townsanimals..........................[ANML]       |
|                                 a. Individual characteristics..[CHAR]       |
|                                 b. Villager tasks..............[TASK]       |
|                                 c. Villager list...............[PALS]       |
|    [H]   Festivals.............................................[EVNT]       |
|    [I]   Natural wonders.......................................[NATR]       |
|                       1. Bell rocks............................[ROCK]       |
|                       2. Bell and item trees...................[TREE]       |
|                       3. Hybridization.........................[HYBR]       |
|                       4. Snowmen...............................[SNOW]       |
|                       5. Perfect Town..........................[PFCT]       |
|                                 a. Acres.......................[ACRE]       |
|                                 b. (re)Planting trees..........[PLNT]       |
|                                 c. Planting flowers............[FLWR]       |
|                                 d. Maintaining it..............[WAIT]       |
|                       6. Time Traveling........................[TIME]       |
|                                 a. Resynchronizing the clock...[SYNC]       |
|                       7. Grass & desertification...............[GRSS]       |
|                                 a. Grass patterns..............[PTRN]       |
|                                 b. Desertification.............[DSRT]       |
|                       8. Getting a tan.........................[TANS]       |
|    [J] Log.....................................................[LOGS]       |
|    [K] FAQ.....................................................[FAQS]       |
|    [L] Legal stuff.............................................[LEGL]       |
|    [M] Contact.................................................[CNTC]       |
|    [N] Credits.................................................[CRED]       |
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¦+¦   [B] Introduction ++[INTR]++___________  Hi there!                   ¦+¦
¦ ¦                             /           \                             ¦ ¦
¦_¦-----------------------------|___________|-----------------------------¦_¦

Animal Crossing: City Folk is the third American release in the Animal Crossing
series (there was an N64 version released in Japan only, as well). Since the
last game, Wild World, there have been a number of additions, as well as a
graphical facelift. It remains true to the Animal Crossing formula, however,
continuing with many of the previous versions' events and situations, and
indeed, the same music as its predecessor.

If you're new to the series, just remember to take the game at your own pace
and do exactly what you feel like doing. AC: CF is very open-ended, and a prime
example of a 'sandbox' game. Plant a garden, attack your neighbours with an
axe (no, really), or grab some coffee at The Roost--it's your call.

Enjoy the FAQ!

~Ratleh, Citizen of Hatsville

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¦ ¦                             /           \ before starting your game.  ¦ ¦
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¦     1. Controls and Menu ++[CTRL]++                                         ¦
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The controls in AC: CF are fairly easy to get used to, but this chart should
help out if you're confused. Experiment to see whether you're more comfortable
with the Wiimote alone, or if you prefer the Nunchuck controls, or a
combination of the two.
+----------------+------------------------------------------------------------+
¦ Button         ¦ Action(s) performed                                        ¦
+----------------+------------------------------------------------------------+
¦ Control Stick  ¦ Hold the Control Stick in any direction to walk there.     ¦
¦                ¦ Pushing it further away will make your character walk      ¦
¦                ¦ faster. You can also use it to navigate menu options.      ¦
+----------------+------------------------------------------------------------+
¦ A              ¦ Use it to confirm a selection, talk to a villager, enter a ¦
¦                ¦ building, read signs, check your mailbox and operate       ¦
¦                ¦ furniture--among other things.                             ¦
+----------------+------------------------------------------------------------+
¦ B              ¦ Pick up items and flowers, kick dirt over holes, cancel a  ¦
¦                ¦ selection, exit a menu, and pick weeds/dead plants/clovers.¦
¦                ¦ B will also pick up patterns that are on the ground.       ¦
+----------------+------------------------------------------------------------+
¦ C              ¦ C does everything A does. Use whichever one you want.      ¦
+----------------+------------------------------------------------------------+
¦ Z              ¦ Z does everything B does. Use whichever one you want.      ¦
+----------------+------------------------------------------------------------+
¦ 1              ¦ Takes a photo (remember, they overwrite eachother ).       ¦
+----------------+------------------------------------------------------------+
¦ 2              ¦ Opens up the Camera tab.                                   ¦
+----------------+------------------------------------------------------------+
¦ -              ¦ Opens the Inventory tab and cycles left through tabs.      ¦
+----------------+------------------------------------------------------------+
¦ +              ¦ Opens the Map tab and cycles right through tabs.           ¦
+----------------+------------------------------------------------------------+
¦ D-pad          ¦ Cycle through tools by tapping left or right, put a tool   ¦
¦                ¦ away by tapping down. Tapping up gives you a nice view of  ¦
¦                ¦ the sky. In the design screen, left and right work as      ¦
¦                ¦ eyedroppers and up changes the palette**.                  ¦
+----------------+------------------------------------------------------------+
Note that you can also employ a 'point and click' method using the Wiimote. By
holding down A on a spot near your character, they'll walk towards that spot.
The same principal applies as with the control stick; farther away = a faster
walk. This point-and-clicking is also necessary to navigate the inventory
and shop screens, i.e. when highlighting items you want to sell.

The menu is split into 8 fixed tabs, up to 4 emotion tabs, and one Save tab in
the corner. You can hide the menu and clock by holding down B or Z, or by
turning the Wiimote away from the screen (until the pointer is no longer
visible). A tab's name will normally show up when the pointer is hovering over
the tab, but you can turn this off by talking to Rover in the main menu.

Inventory [shortcut: press - on the Wiimote]
  Your inventory holds up to 15 items (that's the equivalent of 5 fruit trees).
When you pick up an item, it will automatically go in the next available slot,
reading left to right. The top left corner is like a wallet--it shows how many
Bells you have on hand, and by selecting it, you can take out money in
denominations of 1,000 or 10,000. If your total amount of money exceeds 99,999
Bells, a 99k money bag will be placed in your inventory.

The top right corner is where your mail goes. You can have 8 letters, written
to you or by you, at any given time. To free up space, you can throw letters
away (select a letter, then "Toss"), or mail them/store them at the Post
Office. These portable letters also serve as a toolbox, as you can attach items
to them. It's quite handy when you're fruit picking or fishing and need to tuck
away an emergency shovel or slingshot.

In the center of the screen, you will see your own character, with an empty
slot to the right. Dragging something wearable (or a tool) onto your character
will equip that item onto them. Dragging an item into the empty slot will toss
it on the ground. You can also do this to display furniture when in your house.

Designs
  Opening up this tab will display the eight designs you have with you. You can
edit designs directly here, by selecting a design, then choosing "Edit". If you
want to copy and paste a design, or swap it, drag it over another design and
choose appropriately from the menu. Your other editing option is "Erase", which
will leave you with an empty slot.

By selecting a design and choosing "Wear"--or by dragging it onto your
character--you'll be able to wear it as an umbrella, a hat, or a shirt.
"Display on Ground" will place the design as a mat if you're outside. If you're
inside, you can use the design as wallpaper or flooring, or display it on an
easel.

If you have a Mii Mask, you can put it on and remove it via the icon in the top
right corner.

Fish and Bugs
  The Fish and Bugs tab contains a list of every fish and bug that you've
caught so far. Swap between the fish list and bug list by selecting the
corresponding icons in the top left corner.

Both lists contain facts about the bugs and fish, as well as seasonal times and
size information if you hover your pointer over the current fish/bug's image.
You can check where fish can be caught, and what times bugs are active.

Camera [shortcut: press 2 on the Wiimote]
  Press 1 to take a picture, then view it here. If you have a SD Card in your
Wii, you can save the picture to that card by selecting the picture, then
"Save to SD Card". "Erase All" will erase everything on the card. Every time
you take a picture, it overwrites the previous one, which will be gone forever
unless you saved it to the SD Card. Pictures disappear from the camera tab
upon logging out.

If you don't want the menu and/or clock to show up, press B and then quickly
take the picture, or hold down B while taking it. You can also move the pointer
offscreen.

Friends
  The heart icon displays your friends list. The key icon displays your friend
code (you need to set one up with Copper at the Town Gate, otherwise nothing
will show up). The third icon, with miniature people, displays the information
of all current town visitors. Finally, the microphone icon lets you change
voice chat settings.

Keyboard
  By talking to Rover, you can switch between a regular keyboard and a
phone-like keyboard with bunches of 3 letters. Type by point-and-clicking with
the Wiimote, or if you have a Wii keyboard you can use that. Select 'enter'
(the pink icon) to submit the message you just typed and have it float above
your head. Expressions (if you have any) will show up to the top-left. By
selecting "More", you can access special characters and symbols.

Map [shortcut: press + on the Wiimote]
  The map screen shows you an overhead view of your town, with all the
buildings represented as symbols. To the right, you can see a list of your
fellow villagers as well as yourself. Selecting a name from this list will
cause the corresponding icon to flash on the map. You can also view a list of
the various shops and services around town. Toggle between these two by
selecting the blue and orange icons.

Exit
  This has no function outside of the menu, but within the menu, it will exit
your current tab.

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¦     2. Starting Out ++[STRT]++                                              ¦
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When you first start up your game, you'll be greeted by Rover the cat. You're
both passengers on a bus, and also happen to be the ONLY passengers. If this
wasn't enough to tip you off, the town you're going to is pretty modest.
Initially, just 5 villagers will live there, the shopping will be limited, and
your house won't seem much bigger than a shack. But you're here to change all
that!

Before taking your first step into your new town, Rover will first ask you what
the time and date are, what the name of the town you're visiting is, what your
own name is, and whether you're a boy or a girl (well, indirectly). Set all of
these as you wish. The time and date can later be changed by selecting "Other
Things" in the menu screen, but everything else is permanent.

Note also that you'll be able to see your layout before the end of the bus
ride. You might want to reset a few times until you get something nice.
There are some really cool towns you can end up with; check out PLOT for
examples.

======--------------------------------------------------
====¦a. Face Guide                           ++[FACE]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------
After setting up your basic character and town information, Rover will move on
to some seemingly unimportant questions. However, they will actually determine
the facial features and initial hairstyle of your character. "A" in the
following chart designates the first option of a question, "B" designates the
second option. So A/B/A means you would choose the first option for questions
one and three, but the second option for question two. For text descriptions
of the different hairstyles as well as a visual link, see STYL.

The questions that set your character's face are:
"That's a really nice town. Aren't you excited?!"
"Hey, but listen, you know where your house is yet"
"So, if you're looking for a place, I guess you have some money with you?"

Male
A/A/A - Oval-shaped eyes, irises are brown. / Dark brown swirl cut
A/A/B - Half-oval black eyes. / Brown jagged cut
A/B/A - Smaller oval-shaped, blue eyes. Rosy cheeks. / Dark brown swirl cut
A/B/B - Wide eyes with small blue irises. Slightly x-eyed. / Brown jagged cut
B/A/A - Half-closed, round, blue eyes. / Brown jagged cut
B/A/B - Small, round, blue eyes with eyebrows. / Brown swirl cut
B/B/A - Oval-shaped brown eyes with three bottom lashes. / D. Brown swirl cut
B/B/B - Eyes with small pupils / Dark brown jagged cut

Female
A/A/A - Oval-shaped eyes, irises are blue. / Dark brown flip cut
A/A/B - Half-oval brown eyes with one lash in the corners. / Pink tri cut
A/B/A - Smaller oval-shaped, blue eyes. Rosy cheeks. / Dark brown tri cut
A/B/B - Black eyes with shines and one lash in the corners. / Pink flip cut
B/A/A - Half-closed, round, blue eyes. / Dark brown tri cut
B/A/B - Small, round, blue eyes w/ 3 bottom lashes & eyebrows. / Brown tri cut
B/B/A - Oval-shaped blue eyes with 3 bottom lashes. / Brown flip cut
B/B/B - Almond, black eyes with one lash in the top corners. / Brown flip cut

Here's a visual guide to the faces: http://accf.wikispaces.com/face+guides

======--------------------------------------------------
====¦b. Working for Nook                     ++[WORK]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------
Once you've settled on a nice layout and gone through the questioning process,
you'll be deposited near the Town Gate. Head to the Town Hall (check your map
if you're confused) and talk to Pelly to get started. She'll tell you to pick
out a house, so enter the house you want, have a laugh or a cry at its pathetic
interior, and exit to find Tom Nook, a racoon dog* shopkeeper and real estate
agent who will now make you work off part of your debt. Head to his store
(again, your map will be helpful here) and read on to find out how...

*It's a misconception that Nook's a raccoon--in fact, he's actually a raccoon
*dog*, a canine. They're the same thing as Japanese 'tanuki'.

Job #1: You'll need to speak to everyone in town. The regular villagers will be
either in their houses or wandering around outside. Tortimer, the mayor, can be
found inside the Town Hall.

**Once you finish this and talk to Nook, he'll give you a Work Shirt to wear.
You have to change into it before he gives you your next task, but afterwards
you can wear your original shirt--Nook's reaction to this is quite funny! This
is the only time in the game you'll get a Work Shirt (without creating a new
character), as it can't be ordered from the catalog.**

Job #2: Nook will give you some flowers and saplings to plant. He tells you to
plant them around the store, but in reality they can go anywhere you like. To
plant them, just go into your inventory, select the flower/sapling, and select
"plant".

Job #3: Now you'll need to deliver a piece of furniture to one of your fellow
villagers. They'll thank you by giving you an item, and you'll be able to set
your birthday.

Job #4: You'll recieve a piece of stationary (if you lose this, just talk to
Tom Nook for a replacement). Select it from the inventory tab, choose the
appropriate villager, and write them a nice letter! If you make it a reasonable
length and attach a present (maybe that Work Shirt you got?), you'll get
something nice in return. You can send it by talking to Pelly at the Town Hall,
standing on the red mat with the 'mail' symbol.

Job #5: You're asked to deliver a carpet or wallpaper to someone. You'll get
their old carpet or wallpaper back.

Job #6: This time you're delivering a tool--the recipient will be the same
villager you sent the letter to. They'll chat a bit about letter-sending before
you run back to the shop.

Job #7: Just one last chore and you're done! Go write an "advertisement"
(really, you can write "Tom Nook is a slave driver" and it'll go over just
as well) on the bulletin board. You'll find it to the left of the Town Hall.

**Congrats, you're free! You've earned a measly 1,400 Bells, which are
automatically deducted from your mortgage. Enjoy your new life.**

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¦+¦   [D] Places to go           ___________  Shops and services, both in ¦+¦
¦ ¦       ++[PLCE]++            /           \ your town and in the city.  ¦ ¦
¦_¦-----------------------------|___________|-----------------------------¦_¦

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¦     1. In town ++[TOWN]++                                                   ¦
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======--------------------------------------------------
====¦a. Nook's store                         ++[NOOK]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------
Tom Nook runs the main shop in town, offering a wide selection of furniture,
as well as wallpaper, flooring, paint, tools, saplings, flowers, stationary,
and finally, medicine. Although the store will initially be rather small, after
a certain amount of Bells has been spent, it will upgrade. There are four
different variations of Nook's store, and both residents and visitors can
contribute to the upgrading quota. There is also a certain number of days
Nook's must be open before it upgrades to the next stage.

Nook's Cranny     Hours: 8:00 am - 10:00 pm
=============     Requirements: None, you start out with this.
A small, modest shack that stocks just one of everything, except for furniture
and tools, which there will be three of. Nook wears a blue apron.

Nook 'n' Go       Hours: 7:00 am - 1:00 am
=============     Requirements: 30,000 Bells spent and 8 days of Nook's Cranny
Nook 'n' Go has a modern touch, with automatic doors and glass walls. Nook will
change his uniform to a pinstriped hat and shirt. The new store will have a
single can of paint for sale, a sapling, two sets of stationary and two flower
seeds. There will also be one more piece of furniture available.

Nookway           Hours: 8:00 am - 10:00 pm
=============     Requirements: 80,000 Bells spent and 15 days of Nook 'n' Go
Nookway continues the 'ugly modern department store' theme, but adds a green
awning over the windows. Nook is again wearing an apron, this time white. You
can now buy an additional two furniture items and an extra tool, and everything
else (excluding medicine and paint) will double.

Nookington's      Hours: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
=============     Requirements: 150,000 Bells spent and 22 days of Nookway
Possibly for the sake of Timmy and Tommy, Nook's nephews who man the new second
floor, Nookington's opens later and closes earlier. However, there will be much
more for sale, with 7 flower seeds and 8 furniture items, just for starts. It
also looks much nicer both on the interior and exterior, and Nook will drop his
old uniform in favor of a tuxedo.

The store can also 'downgrade' to a previous version. Nook will ask you what
you like best in your shopping experience, about a week after he upgrades his
store to its final stage. Here are the answers and their results:

Variety: The store will be replaced by Nookington's after a period of time.
Balance: The store will be replaced by Nookway after a period of time.
Good Hours: The store will be replaced by Nook 'n' Go after a period of time.
Nothing Much: Nookington's will remain as is.

Nook will, apparently, ask this question again from time to time, which would
let you swap between stores at will. I am not entirely sure how this works yet.

POINT SYSTEM
===============
Nook's Point-Tracking System, or PTS, can be accessed through the green box at
the east side of the store. Every time you buy an item, points will be added to
your total. You can exchange points for various prizes, all related to Nintendo
series such as Mario and the Legend of Zelda. There is a maximum of 50,000
points.

Occasionally (once a month on average), Tom Nook will have a one-day Point
Special, where you'll get 5 times the normal amount of points for buying items.
This point bonus is applied to catalog purchases as well.

You can also get points simply by selecting "Visitor Points" at the PTS. This
will give you 3 points daily, or 5 points if you're in someone else's town. You
must actively collect your visitor points, as simply entering Nook's store is
not enough.

Point ratio:
Regular day - 1 point per 100 Bells  Point Special - 1 point per 20 Bells

Point rewards:
500 points - Banana             800 points - Triple Shells
1,000 points - Yoshi's Egg      2,500 points - Bad Bro Stache
3,000 points - Toad Hat         4,000 points - Peach's Parasol
5,000 points - Hero's Clothes   5,000 points - Varia Suit
5,000 points - Wario Hat        6,000 points - Hero's Hat
6,000 points - Majora's Mask    6,000 points - Samus Mask
6,500 points - Midna's Mask     10,000 points - Kart

Besides these rewards, you also get discounts and store models for reaching a
high enough total of points.

======--------------------------------------------------
====¦b. The Able Sisters'                    ++[ABLE]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------
The Able Sisters are Sable and Mabel, two hedgehogs who run a tailor shop. They
will always have three shirts, one umbrella, one hat, and one accessory in
stock. The stock changes daily, but you can go back to a particular day and buy
clothing that was in stock on that day (so it's fixed, not random). Sable, the
brown hedgehog, will ignore you at first, but if you talk to her daily she'll
begin to open up.

SEASONAL SHIRTS
===============
Some shirts are only available in a certain season.

 SPRING clothing   SUMMER clothing   AUTUMN clothing   WINTER clothing
 --------------------------------------------------------------------------
|Argyle Knit      | Blue Aloha Shirt | Amethyst Shirt   | Aurora Knit      |
|Beatnik Shirt    | Blue Grid Shirt  | Aqua Polka Shirt | Beige Knit       |
|Blossom Shirt    | Blue Stripe Knit | Big Bro's Shirt  | Blue Diamond Top |
|Blossoming Shirt | Blue Tartan      | Blue Check Print | Blue Puffy Vest  |
|Bright Shirt     | Blue Tie-Dye     | Blue Pinstripe   | Cafe Shirt       |
|Candy Gingham    | Bubble Shirt     | Bubble Gum Shirt | Chocomint Shirt  |
|Citrus Gingham   | Casual Outfit    | Cherry Shirt     | Comfy Sweater    |
|Cloudy Shirt     | Cycling Outfit   | Classic Top      | Crewel Shirt     |
|Daisy Shirt      | Dawn Shirt       | Concierge Shirt  | Dapper Shirt     |
|Dreamy Shirt     | Dazed Shirt      | Fall Leaf Shirt  | Dark Polka Shirt |
|Floral Knit      | Dragon Shirt     | Fall Plaid Shirt | Deer Shirt       |
|Gaudy Sweater    | Flowery Shirt    | Go-Go Shirt      | Detective Outfit |
|Gumdrop Shirt    | Frock Coat       | Kung-Fu Gi       | Earthy Knit      |
|Hot Spring Shirt | Frog Shirt       | Noodle Shirt     | Folk Shirt       |
|Jester Shirt     | Green Bar Shirt  | Painter's Smock  | Houndstooth Knit |
|Lemon Gingham    | Green Vest       | Picnic Shirt     | Jingle Shirt     |
|Lovely Shirt     | Icy Shirt        | Red Riding Hoody | Laced Shirt      |
|Melon Gingham    | Lightning Shirt  | Straw Shirt      | Leather Jerkin   |
|New Spring Shirt | Lil' Bro's Shirt | Subdued Print    | Monkey Shirt     |
|Peachy Shirt     | Lotus Shirt      | Waffle Shirt     | Pirate's Coat    |
|Pink Tartan      | Loud Bloom Shirt |                  | Red Down Vest    |
|Red Check Shirt  | Natty Shirt      |                  | Red Warmup Suit  |
|Ribbon Shirt     | Rainbow Shirt    |                  | Sharp Outfit     |
|Silk Bloom Shirt | Red Aloha Shirt  |                  | Spunky Knit      |
|Spring Shirt     | Red Sweatsuit    |                  | Striking Outfit  |
|Tulip Shirt      | Snowcone Shirt   |                  | Toad Shirt       |
|Vogue Top        | Speedway Shirt   |                  | Uncommon Shirt   |
|Yellow Tartan    | Spiderweb Shirt  |                  | Western Shirt    |
|                 | Tropical Shirt   |                  | Winter Sweater   |
|                 | Twinkle Shirt    |                  | Yellow Pinstripe |
|                 | Ugly Shirt       |                  |                  |
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DESIGNS
===============
Animal Crossing has a design system that allows you can draw on a 32x32
template, then wear your artwork as a hat, shirt, or umbrella. You can also
display it on an easel, set it on the ground as a pattern, and use it as
wallpaper or flooring.

There are now two methods of designing. The old design system (where you get
the same pattern on all sides of a shirt) is now accessible through the Designs
tab. However, there is also a new system that lets you design the front, back,
and sleeves of a shirt separately. These new designs are called "Pro Designs"
and you can make them for 350 Bells, by talking to Mabel.

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====¦c. Town Hall                            ++[HALL]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------
The Town Hall is manned by two pelicans, Pelly, who works the day shift, and
Phyllis, who works at night. It's also home to Tortimer, the town mayor. It's
here that you'll be managing your money, sending and storing mail, and keeping
the town running smoothly.

CIVIC CENTER (the green mat)
===============
Here are the options given by Pelly/Phyllis, in order:

 The Environment
Whether your town's up to shape or downright awful, you'll know by checking out
the environment report. If your town has been designated "perfect" for 15
straight days and you select this option, you'll recieve the Golden Watering
Can. See PFCT for more.

 Town Tune
Your town tune plays once when you speak to any character, and has a different
tempo and pitch depending on the character. It also plays when you operate
certain musical instruments, and when the town bell rings, on the hour.
Finally, it can be faintly heard playing in door chimes. You can change it to
your liking at the Town Hall.
   The note space with a '-' will drag out the previous note, and '?' will play
a random note. 'Z' is a pause in the tune.

 Town Fund
The Town Fund doesn't only serve the purpose of boosting your karma. If you
donate enough Bells, you'll get various prizes and additions to the town. Keep
track of how much you donate, because surplus money will NOT go into the next
prize's quota and will simply disappear. The following list indicates the
amount you'll need to reach for each individual prize and is NOT a total.

200,000 Bells - An extra bridge for your town. There will be a vote at the Town
                Hall, where you can set the bridge's location.
500,000 Bells - You'll get a fountain. Throwing items in will summon Serena;
                throwing an axe in may get you a Silver or Gold axe.
300,000 Bells - Your third prize is either a windmill, or a lighthouse--your
                choice. It can later be changed by donating 1,000,000 Bells,
                but you can only change it once and you can't have both.

Besides the above, you can also get coloured feathers. The following Bell
counts ARE totals. (And rather large totals, at that...)

100,000,000 Bells - Green Feather    200,000,000 Bells - Blue Feather
300,000,000 Bells - Yellow Feather   400,000,000 Bells - Red Feather
500,000,000 Bells - Purple Feather   600,000,000 Bells - White Feather
                  700,000,000 Bells - Rainbow Feather

If you got the feathers in Wild World and transferred your WW character over,
you can buy them from the catalog for much cheaper prices.

 I have a problem...
Through this option, you can empty the main room in your house. The items will
get chucked in the recycling bin, but if there are more items than available
slots, they'll just disappear. You can also complain about your neighbours'
catchphrases and clothing, in which case they'll revert back to what they
originally said or wore. This was probably implemented to reverse obscene shirt
designs and catchphrases given by previous players who had the animal in their
town.

POST OFFICE  (the red mat)
===============
Here are the options given by Pelly/Phyllis, in order:

 Send Mail
This is where you can send letters you've written. There's actually a system as
to what kind of gift you'll recieve, assuming you attached a gift of your own:

1 line of writing: Fruit or a shirt   2 lines of writing: Furniture
3 lines of writing or more: Wallpaper or flooring

You won't get anything if you sent a nonsense letter or one with a lot of
typos. Using the recipient's name, your town name, your own name, and words
like "friend" may help in understanding.

 Wii Message Board
From here you can send a letter, with a picture attached if you wish, to the
Wii Message Board, visible to all.

 Save mail
You can store letters you've recieved here. Any items attached to them will be
stored as well, so it's like a whole extra wardrobe! I usually keep un-
orderable items here and everything else at home for easy access.

ABD
===============
Also located in the city, the Automatic Bell Dispenser is where you can store
money and pay off your debt to Tom Nook. You can recieve prizes in the mail for
depositing enough Bells at once:

10,000 Bells - Shopping Card   100,000 Bells - Box of Tissues
1,000,000 Bells - Gold Card   10,000,000 Bells - Piggy Bank
999,999,999 Bells - A working ABD furniture item

RECYCLING BIN
===============
Check up on the recycling bin daily, and you may find furniture and other
items that have been tossed in by villagers. You can throw in your own items as
well. Anything in the bin will be taken away at 6:00 am, Mondays and Thursdays.

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====¦d. The Museum                           ++[OWLS]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------
The Museum is staffed by the owl Blathers, who (true to the nature of his
species) will be constantly sleeping on the job until nighttime. Talk to him
and you'll be able to donate any fish, bugs, fossils, or paintings in your
inventory. You can also see a list of what's been donated so far, get a fossil
identified, and ask for an explanation of how the Museum works.

The layout of the Museum is simple enough--there are four red carpets, each
with symbols indicating the nature of the room beyond: an aquarium for fish, an
indoor garden for bugs, a collection of paintings, and a fossil exhibit. The
west stairs lead to The Roost, and the north stairs lead to the Observatory.

THE ROOST
===============
The Roost is a cafe, run by a pigeon named Brewster. You can buy coffee here,
at 200 Bells a cup. In fact, buying 7 cups of coffee will earn you Gyroid
storage. You'll also become better friends with Brewster, and he'll eventually
offer you Pigeon Milk in your drinks. However, selecting "Let it Cool" will
offend Brewster, who seems to think that the only good coffee's a fresh coffee.

There may also be some other people hanging around The Roost. Villagers will
occasionally drop by for a drink, as well as special characters like Kapp'n.
K.K. Slider will come by on Saturday nights to play music on the normally empty
stage.

THE OBSERVATORY
===============
Celeste, Blathers' sister, can be found in the Observatory, and she's the one
to talk to if you want to make some constellations. Constellations are made by
connecting individual stars together, and will show up at different times of
year depending on where in the sky you made them. When a constellation is in
view (check with Celeste for the best viewing times), villagers will notice and
talk about it.

Besides making original constellations, you can also edit or erase existing
ones, and stargaze through the telescope. If you want to get a better view of a
constellation, tap 'up' on the d-pad.

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====¦e. Town Gate                            ++[GATE]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------
Town Gates are always located on the north edge of town, but their exact
location is randomized. There are a few different Town Gates you can get,
from imposing castle turrets to an ugly salmon-coloured slab if you're unlucky
like me:

Type A:
Green shingled roof, wooden structure beams, and a big rectangular    /\
window where the roof comes to a point. House-like.    Roof shape: __/[]\__

Type B:
-Two castle turrets frame this stone gate, which looks rather medieval. There
are gothic-styled windows, with chainlinked iron, above the lanterns.

Type C:
-Four thin pillars, one on each side of a lantern. The roof slopes upwards at
the top and then curves. Colours are white and (ugh) salmon.

BOOKER & COPPER
===============
Booker is the gatekeeper to the left--the one who always seems rather unsure of
himself. By talking to him you can access the Lost and Found, which will
occasionally have a goodie or two for you to filch. Unused Pitfall seeds
sometimes end up here. You can also change the Town Flag for one of your own
patterns. The first option will let you know if there are any special visitors
in town, excluding Pascal, Gulliver, and Pete.

Copper, the more competent gatekeeper, is in charge of communications. You can
get a Friend Code by talking to him, as long as your wi-fi connection is
working. You can also choose to open your Town Gate so people with your Friend
Code registered can visit you, or to leave through the Gate to someone else's
town.

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¦     2. The city ++[CITY]++                                                  ¦
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======--------------------------------------------------
====¦a. Crazy Redd's Fine Furniture Emporium ++[REDD]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

Open: 10:00 am to 1:00 am

Redd is a fox. He carries the most negative traits of his species, being sly
and crafty. He's also the only character in Animal Crossing to divulge his age
(35, as of Wild World). Redd runs a sketchy, back-alley business where he sells
furniture to you--often at inflated prices. There are, however, a few choice
items that can't be found anywhere else, paintings among them. All well and
good, but when examined by Blathers or Nook, these paintings may turn out to be
forgeries, unacceptable to the Museum and worth a paltry 10 Bells at Nook's.
You can sidestep this by resetting your game, although you'll have to deal with
our good old friend Resetti.

One nice side to forgeries is that they look just like their counterparts, so
they can be displayed in your house and nobody will know the difference!

Here are the exclusive items Redd sells (excluding paintings):

Amazing Machine    Exotic Bed         Modern End Table   Scoreboard
Baby Bed           Exotic Table       Modern Wardrobe    Snake Plant
Backyard Pool      Green Dresser      Paper Tiger        Spaceman
Basketball Hoop    Green Wardrobe     Pothos             Space Shuttle
Black Knight       High-End Stereo    Raccoon Figurine   Steam Roller
Black Rook         Hospital Bed       Ranch Chair        Super Toilet
Blue Bed           Kiddie Bed         Ranch Dresser      Tabletop Game
Blue Table         Kiddie Clock       Regal Bed          Timpano Drum
Cabana Bed         Lawn Mower         Regal Chair        Turntable
Cabana Chair       Lefty Lucky Cat    Red Corner         Triforce
Cabin Chair        Lovely Armoire     Robo-Closet        Well
Classic Vanity     Lovely End Table   Robo-Lamp          White Knight
Classic Wardrobe   Lucky Black Cat    Rocket             White Rook
Clear Model        Mama Panda         Saddle Fence       Wide-Screen TV
Deer Scare         Medicine Chest     Safe
Dice Stereo        Merry-Go-Round     Saw Horse

Anything he's selling that is NOT exclusive will be twice its actual value. Do
yourself a monetary favor and wait for Nook's to stock it instead. More info,
including prices and a paintings list, can be found in the section LIST.

======--------------------------------------------------
====¦b. Automatic Bell Dispenser             ++[AUTO]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

Open: All day

There is a second Automatic Bell Dispenser, or ABD, located in the Town Hall.
The only difference between the two is that, when you've payed off your debt,
your city celebration will be in private--at the Town Hall, Pelly (although
perhaps not Phyllis?) will clap for you. In function, however, both machines
are identical.

The ABD can be used to store Bells, which you will recieve a small interest
on. Its maximum capacity for storage is 999,999,999 Bells. You can withdraw
Bells at any time, and if you have a Shopping or Gold card you can buy items at
GracieGrace with the money in your ABD account.

You can recieve prizes in the mail for depositing enough Bells at once:

10,000 Bells - Shopping Card   100,000 Bells - Box of Tissues
1,000,000 Bells - Gold Card   10,000,000 Bells - Piggy Bank
999,999,999 Bells - A working ABD furniture item

======--------------------------------------------------
====¦c. The Marquee                          ++[SHOW]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

Open: 10:00 am to 11:00 pm

The Marquee consists of two separate rooms; the first holds the ticket counter,
and the second is where shows take place. By talking to the emcee at the
counter, you can purchase a ticket for 800 Bells. You have a choice between
four shows, which will change weekly. The shows are short comedy routines put
on by either Dr. Shrunk, an axolotl, or the more popular Dr. Frillard. Whatever
show you chose to view will add a new emotion to your menu, although once you
have four emotions, you'll have to erase a previous one to get a new one.

Emotions show up at the top of the screen, in a row of four bubbles. To
perform an emotion, just select it with your Wiimote. Emotions have no effect
on villagers, and are mainly useful for wi-fi play, interesting screenshots,
and your own self-amusement. You can watch multiple shows, and recieve multiple
emotions, in the same day.

EMOTIONS
===============
Bashfulness, Inspiration, Outrage, Sleepiness, and Thought are taught by Dr.
Frillard. All other emotions are taught by Dr. Shrunk.

Agreement: Your character closes their eyes and nods, hands on their hips.
Anger: Your character turns red briefly and steam puffs out of their head.
Bashfulness: Your character will rub their head and blush.
Curiosity: Your character gets a question mark.
Delight: Your character claps their hands happily with a ^_^ expression.
Disbelief: Your character takes a step back in shock with a yellow flash.
Disappointment: Your character slumps and sighs dejectedly.
Disinterest: A literal 'chill in the air' blows by, carrying a leaf.
Distress: Your character does a nervous dance and sweats, looking worried.
Fear: Your character hunches over and shakes with a dismayed expression.
Glee: Your character sways happily, clasps their hands, and music notes appear.
Happiness: Your character stands up a little straighter with this: ^_^.
Heartbreak: A heart rises over your character's head, then splits in two.
Inspiration: Wide eyes, a lightbulb over the head, and the hands clap once.
Irritation: Your character furrows their brow and leans forward a bit.
Joy: Your character sways happily and flowers appear around them.
Laughter: Your character throws their head back and laughs, with laugh lines.
Love: A heart rises over your character's head and they clasp their hands.
Mischief: Your character's eyes glint, and they lean over deviously.
Outrage: Your character stomps their foot, turns red, and puffs steam.
Realization: Your character's eyes widen and they get an exclamation mark.
Resignation: Your character shrugs and closes their eyes for a second.
Sadness: Your character hangs their head and black swirls appear around them.
Shock: A shock burst appears and your character leans back on their heels.
Sleepiness: Your character yawns and emits bubbles from their mouth.
Sorrow: Your character throws their head back and cries.
Surprise: Your character's eyes widen and they get white 'surprise lines'.
Thought: Taps their foot, rests their head in a hand, and has a thought bubble.
Worry: Your character furrows their brow and frowns for a brief second.

Here's a Youtube video displaying all the emotions:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfWgOPt9yT4

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====¦d. The Happy Room Academy               ++[RATE]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

Open: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm

The Happy Room Academy now has an actual headquarters for you to visit. Run by
Lyle, an otter who previously worked as an insurance salesman, the HRA is a
room-rating organization. If you sign up for their program, you'll get a letter
every Sunday with your house's total score, along with some comments. You can
talk to Lyle again to opt out of the program.

Every month, the Happy Room Academy will have a different theme. Basing a
room in your house around this theme will give you a shot at winning, and if
you do win, your room will be on display in the back. Other villagers are also
eligible to win the contest, along with anyone you or someone on your Friends
List has connected with. If you win and have two rooms with the same theme,
the one with a higher score will be displayed. If you lost the contest, it's
either because your room(s) didn't fit the theme, or someone else had a higher
HRA score than you.

HRA points recieved for various items:

 Item                                                                Points
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Anything purchased from GracieGrace:                                    ??
Balloon-only items                                                      ??
DLC items                                                               ??
Clothing, umbrellas, hats and accessories from the Able Sisters':        3
Designs placed on an easel:                                              3
Fish or bugs on display:                                                 3
Flooring and Wallpaper from Saharah (excluding the Chainlink Fence):     3
Shells on display:                                                       3
Flowers (Dandelions, regular flowers and hybrids all count):             5
Furniture from Tom Nook's store:                                        51
Seasonal items from Tom Nook's store (only sold around the holidays):  151
Spotlight items from Tom Nook's store (announced on the Bulletin):     151
Paintings bought at Redd's Fine Furniture Emporium:                    151
Small fossils (must be identified):                                    300
Furniture exclusive to Redd's store:                                   412
Items from Gulliver:                                                   412
Mush furniture (found in November, by picking mushrooms:)              412
Trophies won at fishing tourneys and bug-offs:                         800
Gyroids:                                                               828
Snowman items (note: the number 8 looks like a snowman!):              888
ABD prizes:                                                            912
Large fossils (must be identified)                                   1,000
Birthday Cake (given by a villager to you on your birthday):         1,111
Building models (house models, store models, and the Museum model):  1,111
Item given by Katie:                                                 1,280
Item given by Pascal:                                                1,543

There are a few things that will give you a considerable boost (note that you
may have multiple series and sets in a room for multiple point bonuses):

Having a complete series: 20,000 points
Matching wallpaper/flooring with that series: 5,000 points each
Having a dresser, wardrobe, table, and chair from the same series: 5,000 points
Having all the above, but from different series: 1,000 points
Having furniture in a theme*: 3,000 points per furniture piece
Having a complete theme: 3,000 points
Having matching wallpaper/flooring within a theme: 3,000 points each
Having a complete furniture set: 1,000 points per furniture piece
Having properly-placed Special (Feng Shui) items: 100 points per item
Having 70% of all the items in a room (with at least 10 items in that room)
of the same colour**: 200 points per item
Having 90% of all the items in a room (with at least 10 items in that room)
of the same colour**: 600 points per item
Having 70% of all the items in a room (with at least 10 items in that room)
of the same genre**: 100 points per item
Having 90% of all the items in a room (with at least 10 items in that room)
of the same genre**: 300 points per item
Having at least 8 items of the same category: 400 points per item
Having Lucky items: 7,777 points per item (7 IS the lucky number!)

*You will only get points for this if you ALSO have the wallpaper and/or
flooring. The theme in this case is the furniture's theme, not the HRA's
contest theme.
**By this, I mean that you need 10 items total in the room, and a certain
percentage of them must be of the same colour/genre designation (multiple
colours/genres are OK). You get the point bonus for all items, regardless of
colour/genre. See ITEM for colour and genre information.

There are also some things that will make you lose points, however:

Having non-furniture items on the floor: -1 point per item
Having furniture facing against the wall or blocked: -100 points per item

Points are counted individually for each room in the house, then added together
for your overall total. There are three prizes you can recieve for high scores:

70,000 Points - House Model: A miniature of the first house, before upgrades.
100,000 Points - Wide-house Model: A miniature of the third house.
150,000 Points - Two-story Model: A miniature of the fifth and final house.

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====¦e. Phineas                              ++[PHNS]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

Times: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm, sunny or cloudy days only

Phineas is a sea lion who hands out toys and balloons to passer-bys. You can
choose between a balloon, a bunny balloon, a bubble wand and a pinwheel, but
the pinwheels' and balloons' colour will be randomized. All items given sell
for 125 Bells except the Bubble Wand, which can't be sold. You can ask for one
per day.
                 Specifically, you can get:

Blue Balloon     Bunny B. Balloon   Blue Pinwheel     Bubble Wand
Cyan Balloon     Bunny C. Balloon   Cyan Pinwheel
Green Balloon    Bunny G. Balloon   Green Pinwheel
Indigo Balloon   Bunny I. Balloon   Indigo Pinwheel
Orange Balloon   Bunny O. Balloon   Orange Pinwheel
Pink Balloon     Bunny P. Balloon   Pink Pinwheel
Red Balloon      Bunny R. Balloon   Red Pinwheel
Yellow Balloon   Bunny Y. Balloon   Yellow Pinwheel

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====¦f. GracieGrace                          ++[GRCE]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

Open: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
Seasonal changes: Feb 1 (Spring), May 1 (Summer), Aug 1 (Fall), Nov 1 (Winter)
Discounts: 20% off Jan 15-Jan 20, Apr 15-Apr 20, July 15-July 20, Oct 15-Oct 20
           30% off Jan 21-Jan 25, Apr 21-Apr 25, July 21-July 25, Oct 21-Oct 25
           50% off Jan 26-Jan 31, Apr 26-Apr 30, July 26-July 31, Oct 26-Oct 30

GracieGrace is a high-end furniture and clothing store run by Gracie the
giraffe. Although Gracie herself* will occasionally make an appearance,
normally the store is maintained by Labelle the hedgehog. When Gracie DOES
appear, she'll give you some fashion advice and a 10% discount if your outfit
types and colours are consistent enough.

There are 4 different sets of home decor, and 4 groups of clothing. All will
change seasonally and are listed below. Further information, including price,
genre, and colour, is in ITEM:

 Set name       Season   Description
 --------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Princess Set | Spring | White, light blue and yellow. Feminine.          |
| Gracie Set   | Summer | Blue, green, & orange circular patterns w/ wood. |
| Sweets Set   | Autumn | Marzipan, cookies and chocolate furniture.       |
| Gorgeous Set | Winter | Dark red and black with gold trim. Very decadent.|
 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

 SPRING clothing   SUMMER clothing   AUTUMN clothing   WINTER clothing
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
|Butterfly Shirt  | Bathrobe        | Flan Shirt      | Blue Argyle Top  |
|Bridal Veil      | Cool Shirt      | Hot Dog Shirt   | Cow Shirt        |
|Cake Shirt       | Coral Shirt     | Pulse Shirt     | Elegant Hat      |
|Caterpillar Tee  | Cyan Argyle Top | Red Argyle Top  | Elegant Umbrella |
|Heart Shades     | Gracie Glasses  | Retro Helmet    | Giraffe Shirt    |
|Ladybug Shirt    | Gracie Hat      | Sandwich Shirt  | Masquerade Mask  |
|Maid Dress       | Gracie's Top    | Shirt Circut    | Tortoise Specs   |
|Orange Pinstripe | Groovy Shirt    | Star Shades     | Tiger Shirt      |
|Petal Parasol    | Headband        | Witch's Hat     | Trenchcoat       |
|Pink Argyle Top  | Pleather Vest   | Witch Shirt     | Tuxedo           |
|Tiara Hair       | Gracie Umbrella | Modern Umbrella | Zebra Shirt      |
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

*Actually, Gracie is a man. They changed that when localizing the game. I'm not
joking--Nintendo really did pull another Birdo on us. See here if you're
skeptical:
http://translate.google.com/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.nintendo.co.jp%2Fwii%2
Fruuj%2Fcharacter%2Ftown_worker.html%23cat-navi01&sl=ja&tl=en&hl=en&ie=UTF-8

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====¦g. The Auction House                    ++[AUCT]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

Open: All day

The Auction House is where auctions will be held over wi-fi. Presumably, it
works like the HRA does, by forming a 'map' of players who have connected to
eachother, starting with your Friends List. You can put items up for bid, and
bid on items other players have put up. You can bid only once on an item, and
all other bids will be invisible to you. A new bidding period will begin every
Saturday at 6:00 am, and end within the next couple of days. You NEED people on
your Friends List or the auction simply won't work.

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====¦h. Kicks' Shoe Shining                  ++[SHOE]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

Times: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm, sunny or cloudy days only 

Kicks is a skunk who can be found in between the Auction House and Shampoodle.
For 500 Bells, he'll change your shoes according to either colour or style.
If you choose "Go by colour", the shoes will match the main colour of your
outfit. This is the most reliable way to get the shoes that you want--just grab
a hat and shirt in the right colour and you can't go wrong. Hair colour is also
taken into consideration, but it can be offset by a full outfit in the colour
you want, so don't worry about getting a new haircut every time you want your
shoes shined.

If you choose "Match my style", however, things get a little more complicated.
All clothing, accessories and so on have a 'style' such as "cool", "cute", etc.
The game looks at the most common style and the shoes will match that style
according to this chart (credits to accf Wiki):

Boy's Shoes:
Cool: Red
Cute: Pink
Fancy: Green
Funky: Blue
Fresh: White
Gaudy: Orange
Refined: Black
Strange: Purple
Striking: Yellow
Subtle: Brown

Girls' Shoes:
Cool: Blue
Cute: Pink
Fancy: White
Fresh: Green
Funky: Red
Gaudy: Yellow
Refined: Purple
Strange: Black
Striking: Orange
Subtle: Brown

If your shoes remain as they were before the shoe shine, you won't be charged.
There is also an item, the Rainbow Feather, which will let you choose your shoe
colour if you wear it while talking to Kicks.

Here are the shoes you can get (the first set is for male players, the second,
for females, but as with hairstyles, Kicks will eventually offer to give you
shoes in either set):

Green and white shoes, with vertical strips and black socks (Green)
Blue sneakers with bright green socks (Blue)
White shoes with horizontal stripes, one pink, one blue, one yellow (White)
Black with one white loop, yellow soles, and green socks (Dark brown/black)
Tan checkerboard shoes, with dark pink socks (Light brown)
Yellow shoes with red velcro straps and blue-green socks (Yellow/blonde)
Red shoes with white around the opening, and grey socks (Red/orange)
Pink sneakers with white velcro straps and pink/purple socks (Pink/purple)

Green shoes with white socks (Green)
Blue flats with black socks (Blue)
White dress shoes with black bows and black socks (White)
Black dress shoes with white and black socks (Dark brown/black)
Tan slip-ons with white and tan socks (Light brown)
Yellow shoes with turquoise and white striped stockings (Yellow/blonde)
Red shoes with blue and white striped stockings (Red/orange)
Pink shoes with white spots and soles, and burgundy socks (Pink/purple)

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====¦i. Shampoodle                           ++[HAIR]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

Reminiscent of real-life salons (Cutting Edge... Looking Sharp... etc),
Shampoodle is a pun on "Shampoo" and "poodle", referring to the hairdresser.
Harriet will give you one haircut per day, at 3,000 Bells a cut. You can also
get a Mii Mask, which is a removable mask based on any one Mii that you've
made. You can only have one Mii Mask at a time, and it will be accessible from
the Designs tab. Masks are 3,000 Bells after your first one, which is free.

In Wild World, after you'd gotten sixteen haircuts, you were able to choose
between male and female haircuts. There is probably a similar (perhaps the
same) system in City Folk. If you have information on this, please contact me
through CNTC.

HAIRSTYLES
===============

The following are lists of all available hairstles and colours. Note that I've
made up my own style names for the purposes of this guide, since there aren't
any official names. Right is your character's right and left is their left:

  Colours
At some point, Harriet will ask you to choose between a group of colours and
then adjectives. This will determine your hair colour.

 Colour       Adjective      Shade
 ==================================
|Green       | Attractive   | Cool |
|Blue        | Fresh        | Cool |
|White       | Radiant      | Cool |
|Dark Brown  | Mysterious   | Cool |
|Light Brown | Safe         | Warm |
|Blonde      | Lighthearted | Warm |
|Red         | Fiery        | Warm |
|Pink        | Flirty       | Warm |
 ==================================

  Styles
The first set of styles are 'male' hairstyles and the second set are 'female'
hairstyles. A, B, and C indicate the first, second, and third options of a
question, respectively. So ABA means you should choose the first option, then
the second option, then the first option for the final question.

Soft Style - AAA
This style has bangs separated into three 'strands', facing right.

Shark Style - AAB
The sides are pointed, and the bangs are parted in the middle with one thick
strand curving right.

Jagged Style - ABA
A pretty 'normal' haircut, with jagged, triangular bangs in a row across the
forehead.

Pleated Style - ABB
Like a bowl cut. The bangs are pleated into three parts.

Buzz Style - BAA
A buzz cut. That's... really all there is to it.

Gelled Style - BAB
Points into a crown-like shape at the top with the points sloping inwards,
otherwise very short.

Swirl Style - BBA
A short cut except for the bangs, which swirl upwards and to the right.

Hip Style - BBB
This haircut is a bit long and messy in the back. The bangs hang down into the
eyes slightly and are parted to the right.

Parted Style - CAA
The bangs are parted directly in the middle and are very smooth looking.

Pointed Style - CAB
Like one of those chocolate drops, this style goes into a point at the top of
the head. The bangs are in three strands parted in various directions.

Spiky Style - CBA
This style is gelled into lots of pointy spikes. A bit like a mace. You could
kill someone with this thing...

Perfect Style - CBB
A smooth haircut with the "bangs" parted to the right.

*  *  *

Cheerleader Style - AAA
The bangs are pleated and the hair is tied into a high ponytail.

Bob Style - AAB
Short, pleated bangs. This haircut goes just past chin level and is curved
inwards a bit at the ends.

Simple Style - ABA
The bangs part slightly towards the left. A smooth cut, a bit above the chin.

Pigtail Style - ABB
This style has jagged bangs and two pigtails at the top of the head, facing
outwards.

Open Style - BAA
The bangs are pinned back, and the hair goes just past the chin.

Bun Style - BAB
The hair is tied back in a (slightly) messy bun, with rounded bangs facing to
the right.

Flipped Style - BBA
A short haircut that flips up a bit under the ears. Bangs are parted to the
right and are shaded to suggest separation.

Ponytail Style - BBB
There's a short ponytail in the back, and the bangs are long and parted in the
middle.

Classic Style - CAA
This is a short, smooth hairstyle. It flips upwards at the sides, and the bangs
are rounded and facing to the right.

Wavy Style - CAB
A short, wavy cut with short, flat bangs. It widens a little at the bottom.

Tri Style - CBA
Short pigtails at the back of the head, and another one at the top. Otherwise a
very short style, cut close.

Bowl Style - CBB
Similar to a bowl cut, with shaded pleated bangs and hair just past the ears.

Here's a visual guide to the hairstyles, viewed from the front only:
http://accf.wikispaces.com/hair+guides

  Bedhead Style
If you time travel by several weeks, or if you simply don't log in for a while,
your character will get bed hair. This hair is short and sticks up all over the
place. It faces in a different direction, depending on gender, but looks the
same otherwise. This hair will be in the colour of your last haircut.

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====¦j. Katrina's House of Fortunes          ++[LUCK]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

Open: 10:00 am - 12:00 am

For 100 Bells, you can either get your weekly fortune told, or hear the monthly
charm.

FORTUNES
===============
There are six possible fortunes you can get.
-Empty fortune: Nothing will happen.
-Money-related: Trees will produce 300 Bells instead of 100 Bells when shaken.
-Item-related: Villagers will give you rarer items.
-Accident-related: Your character will trip and fall occasionally when you run.
-Love-related: Opposite-gender villagers will '!' and '"' more often.
-Friendship-related: Same-gender villagers will '!' and '"' more often.

CHARMS
===============
The charm will include a task, such as finding a certain insect or
planting flowers. If another player visiting over wi-fi completes this task,
their luck will presumably increase, perhaps similar to the fortunes above.

======--------------------------------------------------
====¦k. Resetti's Surveillance Center        ++[MOLE]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

Open: Starting at 8:00 pm, on random days

Head to the city at 8:00 pm, and the traffic cones to the right may have been
pushed aside to reveal an entrance. Mr. Resetti (or his brother Don) will be
there, and the first time you talk to him, you'll get the Silver Shovel. When
you exit the Surveillance Center, the traffic cones will be pushed back in
place.

 <|                                 _____
 _|                               _/ ___ \_                                _
/ \-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-/  /_+_\  \--=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-/ \
¦+¦   [E] Things to  ++[CLCT]++  ___________  Museum stock and Gyroids.   ¦+¦
¦ ¦       collect               /           \                             ¦ ¦
¦_¦-----------------------------|___________|-----------------------------¦_¦

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¦     1. Fish ++[FISH]++                                                      ¦
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Fish, like bugs and fossils, can be displayed in your house, donated to the
museum, or sold. They're a reliable way of making money, as they're abundant
year-round and many sell upwards of a few thousand Bells. To catch a fish, you
need a fishing rod from Nook's (500 Bells). Fish are represented by shadows in
the water, and will disappear when you run past them (so walk instead). When
you see one, cast your line so the bobber is just in front of the fish, and it
should swim towards it and start nudging it (up to 5 times). When the bobber
splashes, quickly tap A or C once (or tug the Wiimote upwards), and if you're
in time, you'll reel it in. Fish love rain and snow, and will frequently appear
during precipitation. Rarer fish, like sharks, will swim off almost immediately
after splashing the bobber. I find it helps to turn the sound up and perhaps
close your eyes, then go by the splashing noise instead of the visual cue.
One more thing, when you're fishing in the ocean, it helps to cast your line
even if no fish are within view, as they're often off-screen.

SHADOW SIZES
===============
Fish have different shadow sizes and shapes. Eels, for example, have a long and
skinny shadow, whereas sharks are large and wide and have a visible fin. Sizes
are appreviated like this in the chart:

lg = large shadow   md = medium shadow   sm = small shadow   tn = tiny shadow
sk = skinny shadow   fn = huge shadow with a fin   hg = normal huge shadow

(There is still some variation within these groups; for example, Sea Bass are
wider and slightly bigger than Red Snappers. Fish also behave differently when
on the line--some will circle slowly and evenly, some will thrash around.)

**I am still researching fish sizes and rarities, so this may be incomplete/
incorrect**
  _____________      _______  __________  _______________     ____________
 / Name + size \____/ Price \/ Location \/ Months active \___/ Time range \__
/-----------------------------------------------------------------------------\
|Jellyfish (sm)       | 100  |   Ocean   |  Late August   |      All day      |
|Bluegill             | 120  |   River   |   All months   | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm |
|Crucian Carp         | 120  |   River   |   All months   |      All day      |
|Frog (sm)            | 120  |HoldingPond|  May - August  |      All day      |
|Horse Mackerel (sm)  | 150  |   Ocean   |   All months   |      All day      |
|Barbel Steed         | 200  |   River   |   All months   |      All day      |
|Dace                 | 200  |   River   |   All months   | 4:00 pm - 9:00 am |
|Pale Chub            | 200  |   River   |   All months   | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm |
|Sea Bass (lg)        | 200  |   Ocean   |   All months   |      All day      |
|Puffer Fish          | 240  |   Ocean   |July - September|      All day      |
|Yellow Perch         | 240  |   River   |October - March |      All day      |
|Crawfish (sm)        | 250  |HoldingPond|April-Early Sept|      All day      |
|Black Bass (md)      | 300  |   River   |   All months   |      All day      |
|Carp                 | 300  |   River   |   All months   |      All day      |
|Dab                  | 300  |   Ocean   |October - April |      All day      |
|Freshwater Goby      | 300  |   River   |   All months   | 4:00 pm - 9:00 am |
|Killifish (tn)       | 300  |HoldingPond| April - August |      All day      |
|Loach                | 300  |   River   |  March - May   |      All day      |
|Pond Smelt (sm)      | 300  |   River   | Dec - February |      All day      |
|Squid (sm)           | 400  |   Ocean   |Dec - Early Aug |      All day      |
|Zebra Turkeyfish (sm)| 400  |   Ocean   |April - November|      All day      |
|Neon Tetra (tn)      | 500  |   River   |April - November| 9:00 am - 4:00 pm |
|Octopus (sm)         | 500  |   Ocean   |Mar-Jul/Sept-Jan|      All day      |
|Clownfish (sm)       | 650  |   Ocean   |  April - Sept  |      All day      |
|Salmon               | 700  |   Ocean   | Late September |      All day      |
|Catfish              | 800  |River Pond | May - October  | 4:00 pm - 9:00 am |
|Olive Flounder       | 800  |   Ocean   |All, esp Nov-Mar|      All day      |
|Rainbow Trout        | 800  |   River   |Mar-Jun/Sept-Nov|      Varies*      |
|Bitterling (tn)      | 900  |   River   | Nov - February |      All day      |
|Sweetfish            | 900  |   River   |July-Early Sept | 4:00 pm - 9:00 am |
|Butterfly Fish (sm)  |1,000 |   Ocean   |April - November|      All day      |
|Cherry Salmon        |1,000 |   River   |Mar-Jun/Sept-Nov|      Varies*      |
|Sea Butterfly (tn)   |1,000 |   Ocean   | Dec - February |      All day      |
|Seahorse             |1,100 |   Ocean   |April - November|      All day      |
|Surgeonfish (sm)     |1,000 |   Ocean   |  April - Sept  |      All day      |
|[Goldfish] (tn)      |1,300 |   River   |   All months   |      All day      |
|[Guppy] (tn)         |1,300 |   River   |April - November| 9:00 am - 4:00 pm |
|[Popeyed Goldfish]tn |1,300 |   River   |   All months   | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm |
|King Salmon          |1,800 |   River   | Late September |      All day      |
|Pike (lg)            |1,800 |   River   |   Sept - Dec   | 4:00 am - 9:00 pm |
|Eel (sk)             |2,000 |   River   |Jun - Early Sept| 4:00 pm - 9:00 am |
|Moray Eel (sk)       |2,000 |   Ocean   |August - October|      All day      |
|[Football Fish] (md) |2,500 |   Ocean   |November - March|      All day      |
|[Lobster] (lg)       |2,500 |   Ocean   | Nov - February |      All day      |
|Piranha              |2,500 |   River   |Jun - Early Sept| 9:00 am - 4:00 pm |
|Angelfish            |3,000 |   River   | May - October  | 4:00 pm - 9:00 am |
|[[Ray]] (lg)         |3,000 |   Ocean   |   All months   |      All day      |
|[Red Snapper] (md)   |3,000 |   Ocean   |   All months   |      All day      |
|[[Koi]] (md)         |4,000 |   River   |   All months   | 4:00 pm - 9:00 am |
|[[Ocean Sunfish]](fn)|4,000 |   Ocean   |June - September| 4:00 am - 9:00 pm |
|[[Barred Knifejaw]]md|5,000 |   Ocean   |March - November|      All day      |
|Giant Snakehead      |5,500 |River Pond | June - August  | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm |
|Gar                  |6,000 |   River   |June - September| 4:00 pm - 9:00 am |
|[[Tuna]] (hg)        |7,000 |   Ocean   |November - March|      All day      |
|[[HammerheadShark]]lg|8,000 |   Ocean   |June - September| 4:00 pm - 9:00 am |
|Arapaima             |10,000|   River   |July - September| 4:00 pm - 9:00 am |
|Arowana              |10,000|   River   |Jun - Early Sept| 4:00 pm - 9:00 am |
|[[Blue Marlin]]      |10,000|   Ocean   |July - September|      All day      |
|Napoleonfish         |10,000|   Ocean   | July - August  |      All day      |
|[[Coelacanth]] (hg)  |15,000|   Ocean   |   All months   |4:00 pm - 9:00 am**|
|[[Dorado]]           |15,000|   River   |June - September| 4:00 am - 9:00 pm |
|[[Shark]] (fn)       |15,000|   Ocean   |June - September| 4:00 pm - 9:00 am |
|[[Stringfish]] (lg)  |15,000|   River   | Dec - February | 4:00 pm - 9:00 am |
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*4:00 am-9:00 am / 4:00 pm-9:00 pm (March - June), 4:00 am-9:00 pm (Sept - Nov)
**Much more likely to appear when it is raining or snowing.

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¦     2. Bugs ++[BUGS]++                                                      ¦
 =============================================================================

Bugs are not the best source of income, but they're fun to catch and a part of
the Museum. To catch bugs, you'll need a net, which can be purchased for 500
Bells at Nook's when it's in stock. Then, walking slowly (or running quickly,
as the case may be), move in close to the bug and swing. There are a few
different places to find them, which are described in detail below. Note that a
number of insects won't appear during rain or snow, or when your Town Gate is
open.

LOCATIONS
===============
Trees: Running will cause bugs on trees to fly off, so walk up to the tree and
 swing your net. Getting just close enough is a bit trial-and-error.
Ground: Bugs that are just wandering around are liable to fall into the river
 or ocean. Herd them to a safety zone before trying to catch them.
Rocks: Pill Bugs and Centipedes hide under rocks; it takes one hit with a
 shovel to scare them out. Again, be wary of open water.
Flowers: Some bugs will hover over or rest on flowers. If you're looking for a
 specific flower bug, try grouping flowers together instead of running through
 your whole town. (Nix on that if you're going for a Perfect Town, though.)
Air: Some bugs will float around and are easy enough to catch. Others are more
 annoying though; try backing them into corners. Running won't scare off flying
 bugs, but keep away from rivers to avoid losing sight of them.
In trees: Spiders, bagworms--and the infamous bees--will sometimes drop out of
 both cedar and regular trees when the trees are shaken. Run a short distance
 away from bees, then enter your inventory, where time will be 'frozen' and
 they won't come anywhere near you, then get your net out. Now rapidly turn to
 face them and swing like a madman. (I've never accomplished this, sadly...)
Buried: If you hear a loud buzzing sound, dig around in the nearby area and you
 might find a Mole Cricket. If the sound fades, you're heading away from it.
Other: Some bugs can be found among rafflesia, rotting turnips, or garbage.
 Fleas are found on villagers, who will temporarily use terms like "ick!" in
 place of their catchphrase, and can be seen to have dots jumping off them.
 Dung Beetles will push snowballs, Fireflies will be near freshwater, Moths fly
 around outdoor lights, and Pondskaters and Diving Beetles live in small ponds.

LEGEND
===============
(sm) and (all) indicate small ponds and all ponds.

"Cool" flowers are those with cool colours (blue, violet and black).
"Warm" flowers are those with warm colours (red and pink only).
They are abbreviated by (c) and (w) respectively. (wh) indicates white flowers.

**Times listed are optimal catching times, although some bugs may appear
earlier or later too. If you're trying to get something specific, though,
you'll have an easier job within the listed range.**
  __________       _______   __________   _______________     ____________
 / Bug name \_____/ Price \_/ Location \_/ Months active \___/ Time range \___
/-----------------------------------------------------------------------------\
|Fly              |   60   |  Rotting* |    All months    |      All day      |
|Moth             |   60   |   Lights  |  May - September | 7:00 pm - 4:00 am |
|Flea             |   70   | Villagers | March - November |      All day      |
|Ant              |   80   |  Rotting  |    All months    |      All day      |
|Red Dragonfly    |   80   |    Air    |  Sept - October  | 8:00 am - 7:00 pm |
|Common Butterfly |   90   |    Air    | Mar - June, Sept | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm |
|Yellow Butterfly |   90   |    Air    | Mar - June, Sept | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm |
|Fruit Beetle     |  100   |   Trees   | July - September |      All day      |
|Honeybee         |  100   |  Flowers  |   March - June   | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm |
|Scarab Beetle    |  100   |   Trees   |  July - August   |11:00 pm - 8:00 am |
|Cricket          |  130   |  Ground   |  Sept - November | 5:00 pm - 8:00 am |
|Pondskater       |  130   | Ponds(sm) | May - September  | 8:00 am - 7:00 pm |
|Mosquito         |  130   |    Air    | June - September | 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm |
|Monarch          |  140   |    Air    |  Sept - November | 4:00 am - 5:00 pm |
|Grasshopper      |  160   |  Ground   | July - September | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm |
|Tiger Butterfly  |  160   | Flowers(w)| March - September| 4:00 am - 7:00 pm |
|Brown Cicada     |  200   |   Trees   |  July - August   | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm |
|Darner Dragonfly |  200   |    Air    |  June - August   | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm |
|Ladybug          |  200   |  Flowers  | Mar - June, Oct  | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm |
|Long Locust      |  200   |  Ground   |  Aug - November  | 8:00 am - 7:00 pm | 
|Peacock          |  220   | Flowers(c)| Mar - September  | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm |
|Pill Bug         |  250   |   Rocks   | All, esp. winter |      All day      |
|Snail(rain helps)|  250   |  Flowers  |   April - Sept   |All (night is best)|
|Longhorn Beetle  |  260   |   Trees   |  June - August   | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm |
|Violin Beetle    |  260   |  Stumps   | June, Sept - Nov | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm |
|Mole Cricket     |  280   |Underground|Nov-May esp winter|      All day      |
|Bagworm          |  300   |  In Trees |  Oct - February  |      All day      |
|Centipede        |  300   |   Rocks   | June - February  | 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm|
|Firefly          |  300   |Near Water |       June       | 7:00 pm - 4:00 am |
|Robust Cicada    |  300   |   Trees   |  July - August   | 8:00 am - 4:00 pm |
|Spider           |  300   |  In Trees | March - November |      All day**    |
|Bell Cricket     |  400   |  Ground   |  Sept - October  | 5:00 pm - 8:00 am |
|Walker Cicada    |  400   |   Trees   |  July - August   | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm |
|Mantis           |  430   |  Flowers  | August - November| 8:00 am - 5:00 pm |
|Evening Cicada   |  550   |   Trees   | July - September | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm |
|Migratory Locust |  600   |  Ground   |  Sept - November | 8:00 am - 4:00 pm |
|Walking Leaf     |  600   |   Trees   | July - September | 8:00 am - 7:00 pm |
|Walkingstick     |  600   |   Trees   |  July - November | 4:00 am - 7:00 pm |
|Diving Beetle    |  800   | Ponds(all)| May - September  | 5:00 pm - 8:00 am |
|Dung Beetle      |  800   | Snowballs |  Dec - February  | 5:00 pm - 8:00 am |
|Miyama Stag      | 1,000  |   Trees   |  July - August   |      All day      |
|Oak Silk Moth    | 1,200  |   Trees   | June - September | 7:00 pm - 4:00 am |
|Dynastid Beetle  | 1,350  |   Trees   |  July - August   |11:00 pm - 8:00 am |
|Lantern Fly      | 1,800  |   Trees   | June - Sept, Dec |4pm-7pm & 11pm-8am |
|Saw Stag Beetle  | 2,000  |   Trees   |  July - August   |11:00 pm - 8:00 am |
|Jewel Beetle     | 2,400  |   Trees   |  July - August   | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm |
|Orchid Mantis    | 2,400  |Flowers(wh)| August - November| 8:00 am - 4:00 pm |
|Bee              | 2,500  |  In Trees | Any time of year |      All day      |
|Emperor          | 2,500  |  Flowers  | June - September | 7:00 pm - 8:00 am |
|Raja Brooke      | 2,500  |  Flowers  | Mar, June - Sept | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm |
|Agrias Butterfly | 3,000  |  Flowers  | June - September | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm |
|Birdwing         | 3,000  |  Flowers  | June - September | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm |
|Banded Dragonfly | 4,500  |    Air    |  July - August   | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm |
|Goliath Beetle   | 6,000  |CoconutPalm|  June - August   | 7:00 pm - 8:00 am |
|Scarab Beetle    | 6,000  |   Trees   |  July - August   |11:00 pm - 8:00 am |
|Petaltail        | 8,000  |    Air    | August - October | 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm |
|Elephant Beetle  | 8,000  |CoconutPalm|  July - August   | 7:00 pm - 8:00 am |
|Atlas Beetle     | 8,000  |CoconutPalm|  July - August   | 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm |
|Cyclommatus      | 8,000  |CoconutPalm|  July - August   |11:00 pm - 8:00 am |
|Scorpion         | 8,000  |  Ground   | July - September | 7:00 pm - 4:00 am |
|Tarantula        | 8,000  |  Ground   |  June - August   | 7:00 pm - 4:00 am |
|Giant Beetle     | 10,000 |   Trees   |  July - August   |11:00 pm - 8:00 am |
|Rainbow Stag     | 10,000 |   Trees   | June - September | 7:00 am - 4:00 am |
|Golden Stag      | 12,000 |   Trees   |  July - August   | 7:00 pm - 8:00 am |
|Hercules Beetle  | 12,000 |CoconutPalm|  July - August   |11:00 pm - 8:00 am |
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*"Rotting" refers to rafflesia flowers, garbage, and rotting turnips (yum!)
**Spiders' optimal catching time varies a whole lot. Usually your best bet is
to try at night or in the early morning.

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¦     3. Fossils ++[FOSL]++                                                   ¦
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A random number of fossils, usually about 2-4, are generated in your town each
day. They are represented by cracks in the ground, like other buried objects,
and can be dug up with a shovel bought at Nook's. Before doing anything with a
fossil, you'll have to get it identified by Blathers at the Museum. It can then
be sold, donated, given to a villager who's requested it, or displayed. Fossil
contents are not fixed, so if you reset your game, you'll get different results
upon identification. The highest-selling fossil is the T. Rex Skull.
  _____________    _______  ______    _____________      _______  ______
 / Fossil name \__/ Price \/ Size \__/ Fossil name \____/ Price \/ Size \
/------------------------------------------------------------------------\___
|Ankylo Skull     | 3,500 |  2x2  | Ptera Left Wing      | 4,500 |  2x1  | L |
|Ankylo Tail      | 2,500 |  ---  | Ptera Right Wing     | 4,500 |  2x1  | a |
|Ankylo Torso     | 3,000 |  ---  | Ptera Skull          | 4,000 |  ---  | r |
|Apato Skull      | 5,000 |  ---  | Raptor Skull         | 3,000 |  ---  | g |
|Apato Tail       | 4,000 |  ---  | Raptor Torso         | 2,500 |  ---  | e |
|Apato Torso      | 4,500 |  ---  | Sabertooth Skull     | 2,500 |  ---  |   |
|Dimetrodon Skull | 5,500 |  ---  | Sabertooth Torso     | 2,000 |  ---  | F |
|Dimetrodon Tail  | 4,500 |  ---  | Seismo Chest         | 4,500 |  ---  | o |
|Dimetrodon Torso | 5,000 |  ---  | Seismo Hip           | 4,000 |  ---  | s |
|Icthyo Skull     | 2,500 |  ---  | Seismo Skull         | 5,000 |  ---  | s |
|Icthyo Torso     | 2,000 |  ---  | Seismo Tail          | 4,500 |  ---  | i |
|Iguanodon Skull  | 4,000 |  ---  | Stego Skull          | 5,000 |  1x2  | l |
|Iguanodon Tail   | 3,000 |  ---  | Stego Tail           | 4,000 |  2x2  | s |
|Iguanodon Torso  | 3,500 |  ---  | Stego Torso          | 4,500 |  2x2  |---
|Pachy Skull      | 4,000 |  ---  | Styraco Skull        | 3,500 |  ---  |
|Pachy Tail       | 3,000 |  ---  | Styraco Tail         | 2,500 |  ---  |
|Pachy Torso      | 3,500 |  ---  | Styraco Torso        | 3,000 |  ---  |
|Parasaur Skull   | 3,500 |  ---  | T. Rex Tail          | 5,000 |  2x2  |
|Parasaur Tail    | 2,500 |  ---  | T. Rex Torso         | 5,500 |  2x2  |
|Parasaur Torso   | 3,000 |  ---  | T. Rex Skull         | 6,000 |  2x2  |
|Plesio Neck      | 4,500 |  2x2  | Tricera Tail         | 4,500 |  ---  |
|Plesio Skull     | 4,500 |  2x2  | Tricera Torso        | 5,000 |  ---  |
|Plesio Torso     | 4,500 |  2x2  | Tricera Skull        | 3,000 |  ---  |
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
  _____________    _______  ______    _____________      _______  ______
 / Fossil name \__/ Price \/ Size \__/ Fossil name \____/ Price \/ Size \
/------------------------------------------------------------------------\___
|Amber            | 1,200 |  1x1  | Dinosaur Track       | 1,000 |  1x1  | S |
|Ammonite         | 1,100 |  1x1  | Fern Fossil          | 1,000 |  1x1  | m |
|Archaeopteryx    | 1,300 |  1x1  | Peking Man           | 1,100 |  1x1  | a |
|Coprolite        | 1,100 |  1x1  | Shark Tooth          | 1,000 |  1x1  | l |
|Dinosaur Egg     | 1,400 |  1x1  | Trilobite            | 1,300 |  1x1  | l |
 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

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¦     4. Gyroids ++[GYRO]++                                                   ¦
 =============================================================================
Gyroids are difficult to describe--they're shaped somewhat like a fire hydrant,
make sounds when turned on and placed in a house, and have faces marked by
bumps and holes. Real-life Gyroids are clay figures called "Haniwa" and were
buried with the dead in Japan.

These clay dolls cannot be donated to the Museum, but after buying 7 cups of
coffee at The Roost (they can be bought on the same day, but don't "let it
cool"), Brewster will offer to store them for you. He will not accept
duplicates of a certain Gyroid. Gyroids, like fossils, are generated randomly
in your town every day and can be dug up like any other buried object. More
Gyroids appear when there was snow or rain the previous day, and the number may
be affected by Feng Shui.

When you display a full set of Gyroids, they will collectively make a sound.
(i.e. If you have all variations of the Gargloid, they'll sound like somebody
gargling water.) You can turn Gyroids on and off like lights and TV sets. If a
song is playing, the Gyroids will adjust their tempo to match. There is a
maximum of 8 Gyroids per room; any more and previous ones will turn off.

**All Gyroids sell for 828 Bells and are listed in catalog order**
  ___________  _________
 /Gyroid Name\/Check box\___________________________________________
/-------------------------------------------------------------------\
|Mega Clankoid   [  ]   Buzzoid         [  ]   Tall Poltergoid [  ] |
|Clankoid        [  ]   Mini Buzzoid    [  ]   Metatoid        [  ] |
|Mini Clankoid   [  ]   Tall Buzzoid    [  ]   Mini Metatoid   [  ] |
|Tall Clankoid   [  ]   Mega Drilloid   [  ]   Mega Bovoid     [  ] |
|Squat Dingloid  [  ]   Drilloid        [  ]   Tall Bovoid     [  ] |
|Mega Dingloid   [  ]   Mini Drilloid   [  ]   Mega Oboid      [  ] |
|Dingloid        [  ]   Mega Echoid     [  ]   Oboid           [  ] |
|Mini Dingloid   [  ]   Mini Echoid     [  ]   Tall Oboid      [  ] |
|Wee Dingloid    [  ]   Tall Echoid     [  ]   Mega Dinkoid    [  ] |
|Tall Dingloid   [  ]   Mega Lamentoid  [  ]   Mini Dinkoid    [  ] |
|Mega Percoloid  [  ]   Lamentoid       [  ]   Mega Harmonoid  [  ] |
|Tall Percoloid  [  ]   Mini Lamentoid  [  ]   Harmonoid       [  ] |
|Mega Oombloid   [  ]   Tall Lamentoid  [  ]   Mini Harmonoid  [  ] |
|Oombloid        [  ]   Mega Strumboid  [  ]   Tall Harmonoid  [  ] |
|Mini Oombloid   [  ]   Strumboid       [  ]   Tall Droploid   [  ] |
|Tall Oombloid   [  ]   Mini Strumboid  [  ]   Mega Sputnoid   [  ] |
|Rhythmoid       [  ]   Tall Strumboid  [  ]   Sputnoid        [  ] |
|Mini Rhythmoid  [  ]   Mega Croakoid   [  ]   Mini Sputnoid   [  ] |
|Mega Puffoid    [  ]   Mega Croakoid   [  ]   Tall Sputnoid   [  ] |
|Mini Puffoid    [  ]   Croakoid        [  ]   Mega Alloid     [  ] |
|Tall Puffoid    [  ]   Mini Croakoid   [  ]   Mini Alloid     [  ] |
|Mega Lullaboid  [  ]   Tall Croakoid   [  ]   Tall Alloid     [  ] |
|Lullaboid       [  ]   Mega Fizzoid    [  ]   Mega Timpanoid  [  ] |
|Mini Lullaboid  [  ]   Mini Fizzoid    [  ]   Timpanoid       [  ] |
|Tall Lullaboid  [  ]   Mega Squelchoid [  ]   Mini Timpanoid  [  ] |
|Mega Sproid     [  ]   Squelchoid      [  ]   Tall Timpanoid  [  ] |
|Sproid          [  ]   Mini Squelchoid [  ]   Gargloid        [  ] |
|Mini Sproid     [  ]   Mega Howloid    [  ]   Mini Gargloid   [  ] |
|Tall Sproid     [  ]   Howloid         [  ]   Tall Gargloid   [  ] |
|Mega Bowtoid    [  ]   Mini Howloid    [  ]   Warbloid        [  ] |
|Bowtoid         [  ]   Mega Nebuloid   [  ]   Mini Warbloid   [  ] |
|Mini Bowtoid    [  ]   Squat Nebuloid  [  ]   Tall Warbloid   [  ] |
|Tall Bowtoid    [  ]   Nebuloid        [  ]   Mega Freakoid   [  ] |
|Mega Tootoid    [  ]   Mini Nebuloid   [  ]   Mini Freakoid   [  ] |
|Tootoid         [  ]   Tall Nebuloid   [  ]   Mega Quazoid    [  ] |
|Mini Tootoid    [  ]   Slim Nebuloid   [  ]   Quazoid         [  ] |
|Mega Plinkoid   [  ]   Mega Gongoid    [  ]   Mini Quazoid    [  ] |
|Plinkoid        [  ]   Gongoid         [  ]   Tall Quazoid    [  ] |
|Mini Plinkoid   [  ]   Mini Gongoid    [  ]   Slim Quazoid    [  ] |
|Mega Dekkoid    [  ]   Tall Gongoid    [  ]   Mega Rustoid    [  ] |
|Dekkoid         [  ]   Mega Poltergoid [  ]   Rustoid         [  ] |
|Mini Dekkoid    [  ]   Poltergoid      [  ]   Mini Rustoid    [  ] |
|Mega Buzzoid    [  ]   Mini Poltergoid [  ]                        |
 -------------------------------------------------------------------

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¦     5. Paintings ++[PICS]++                                                 ¦
 =============================================================================
There are a total of 24 paintings, all bought at Redd's for 3,920 Bells (with
the exception of the Basic and Common Paintings*). There is a high possibility
that any given painting you buy will actually be a forgery, which will become
apparent when you try to donate it to the Museum or sell it to Nook. Forgeries
will not be accepted at the Museum and will sell for a mere 10 Bells, but they
look identical to their real counterparts. You can swing the probability in
your favour by buying more stuff from Redd--be a good customer and you may find
more real paintings than fake.
  ________    _________
 /Painting\__/Check box\_______________________________________________
/----------------------------------------------------------------------\
|Amazing Painting [  ]   Jolly Painting   [  ]   Scary Painting   [  ] |
|Basic Painting   [  ]   Moody Painting   [  ]   Scenic Painting  [  ] |
|Calm Painting    [  ]   Moving Painting  [  ]   Serene Painting  [  ] |
|Common Painting  [  ]   Mega Drilloid    [  ]   Solemn Painting  [  ] |
|Dynamic Painting [  ]   Nice Painting    [  ]   Strange Painting [  ] |
|Famous Painting  [  ]   Perfect Painting [  ]   Warm Painting    [  ] |
|Fine Painting    [  ]   Proper Painting  [  ]   Wistful Painting [  ] |
|Flowery Painting [  ]   Quaint Painting  [  ]   Working Painting [  ] |
 ----------------------------------------------------------------------

*These paintings can be bought at both Redd's and Nook's, but Redd's will
always stock fake Basic and Common Paintings. At Nook's, the price is 1,960
Bells.

 <|                                 _____
 _|                               _/ ___ \_                                _
/ \-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-/  /_+_\  \--=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-/ \
¦+¦   [F] Items and ++[CLCT]++   ___________  An index of every item,     ¦+¦
¦ ¦       tools                 /           \ plus feng shui information. ¦ ¦
¦_¦-----------------------------|___________|-----------------------------¦_¦

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¦     1. Feng Shui ++[FENG]++                                                 ¦
 =============================================================================
Taken from Wikipedia: "Feng shui is an ancient Chinese system of aesthetics
believed to utilize the Laws of both heaven (astronomy) and earth (geography)
to help one improve life by receiving positive Qi." In short, it's an idea that
designing a room according to feng shui 'rules' will bring happiness and good
fortune. Animal Crossing uses a simplified version of this.

There are three different colours assigned to certain pieces of furniture: Red,
Yellow, and Green. Furniture pieces can have multiple feng shui colours, and
the colours do not neccesarily correspond to the actual colour of the
furniture. By strategically placing these 'Special' items, you can supposedly
increase your luck in different areas (Yellow = Bells, Green and Red = items).

Here's how you should arrange things if you want good feng shui (where
Y = Yellow, G = Green, R = Red, YG = Yellow or Green and RG = Red or Green:)

4x4 room   6x6 room       8x8 room
Y Y R R    Y Y  / / R R   Y Y  / / / / R R
Y Y R R    Y Y  / / R R   Y Y  / / / / R R
YGYGRGRG   Y Y  / / R R   Y Y  / / / / R R
YGYGRGRG   YGYG G G RGRG  Y Y  / / / / R R
           YGYG G G RGRG  Y Y  / / / / R R
                          Y Y  / / / / R R
                          YGYG G G G G RGRG
                          YGYG G G G G RGRG

...Therefore, as a general rule, Yellow furniture should be placed on the west
side of a room, Red on the east and Green on the south side, and the 4x4 bottom
corners can benefit from multiple colours. You can stack colours in corners--so
a Watermelon Table, which is Green and Red, can go in the bottom-right corner.

Yellow items give you better luck with Bells, and Red and Green items give you
better luck with items (Crazy Redd, for example, will house genuine paintings
more often, and Spotlight items will appear more frequently).

You can also boost your Feng Shui by stacking items (ie, placing a Yellow
Feather on top of a Daffodil Table will net you extra points).

The size of an item is not important and makes no difference to your score. You
will, of course, need to leave a space at the entrance(s) so you can actually
get in and out of the room!

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¦     2. Item list ++[LIST]++                                                 ¦
 =============================================================================

This is an item list of all furniture, wallpaper, flooring, clothing,
umbrellas, hats, accessories, stationery, and miscellaneous items in the game.
If you're looking for fossils, paintings, gyroids, fish, and bugs, they can be
found in CLCT. Tools are in their own subsection below.

======--------------------------------------------------
====¦a. Furniture                            ++[FNTR]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

**Nook** indicates a Spotlight item at Nook. A x2 next to a colour means
that colour is doubled (i.e., Yellow/Yellow would be shortened to Yellow x2)
Where extra space was needed, Colorful = Colrfl, Purple = Prple, etc.

A Series is a set of furniture, usually consisting of basic pieces like a bed,
dresser, table, etc, as well as some more specific pieces like a screen or
loveseat. Series furniture always begin with the name of their Series, followed
by the furniture type, i.e. "Exotic Bed".

A Theme is a group of furniture that clearly goes together, but has no ingame
tags like the Series do. For example, the Cow Skull, Storefront and Saddle
Fence are all items one might expect to see in a Western film--and indeed, the
name of their Theme is "Western".

Sets are a little more difficult to explain. Often, they contain several items
which are quite similar (for example, the Totem Pole Set, which contains four
different variations of the same basic thing--a totem pole). Sometimes, though,
a Set will behave rather like a Theme would.

Other Furniture groups are marked in tildes like Sets. They are items which
seem like they could belong in Sets of their own, but for some reason do not.
  ________________  _______  __________    ________          _________   ____
 / Furniture name \/ Price \/ Location \__/ Genres \________/ Colours \_/Sell\
/---EXOTIC SERIES-------------------------------------------------------------\
|Exotic Bed       |  2,540  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  | Brown/Gray | 635 |
|Exotic Bureau    |  2,400  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 600 |
|Exotic Wardrobe  |  2,180  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 545 |
|Exotic Bench     |  1,900  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 475 |
|Exotic Chair     |  1,400  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Brown/White | 350 |
|Exotic Table     |  4,600  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 575 |
|Exotic End Table |  1,600  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 400 |
|Exotic Lamp      |  1,800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Yellow/Beige| 450 |
|Exotic Screen    |  2,250  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 562 |
|Exotic Chest     |  1,800  | **Nook**  | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 450 |
 ---RANCH SERIES--------------------------------------------------------------
|Ranch Bed        |  2,300  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Brown/White | 575 |
|Ranch Dresser    |  5,440  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 680 |
|Ranch Wardrobe   |  3,050  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 762 |
|Ranch Couch      |  2,400  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Green/Brown | 600 |
|Ranch Armchair   |  2,000  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Green/Brown | 500 |
|Ranch Chair      |  2,800  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 350 |
|Ranch Table      |  1,700  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 425 |
|Ranch Tea Table  |  1,800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Green/Brown | 450 |
|Ranch Bookcase   |  2,000  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 500 |
|Ranch Hutch      |  2,560  | **Nook**  | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 640 |
 ---CLASSIC SERIES------------------------------------------------------------
|Classic Bed      |  2,520  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Brown/White | 630 |
|Classic Vanity   |  5,120  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 640 |
|Classic Wardrobe |  5,120  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 640 |
|Classic Chair    |  1,800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 450 |
|Classic Sofa     |  2,240  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  | Yellow x2  | 560 |
|Classic Table    |  1,600  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Brown/White | 400 |
|Classic Bookcase |  2,560  | **Nook**  | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 640 |
|Classic Buffet   |  3,360  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 840 |
|Classic Desk     |  2,200  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 550 |
|Classic Clock    |  2,180  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 545 |
 ---REGAL SERIES--------------------------------------------------------------
|Regal Bed        |  6,240  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |  White x2  | 780 |
|Regal Dresser    |  3,520  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  White x2  | 880 |
|Regal Armoire    |  3,820  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  White x2  | 955 |
|Regal Chair      |  4,200  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |  White x2  | 525 |
|Regal Sofa       |  3,100  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  White x2  | 775 |
|Regal Lamp       |  2,400  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Yellow/White| 600 |
|Regal Clock      |  3,360  | **Nook**  | Retro/Dignified  |  White x2  | 840 |
|Regal Bookcase   |  3,120  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  White x2  | 780 |
|Regal Vanity     |  3,200  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  White x2  | 800 |
 ---BLUE SERIES---------------------------------------------------------------
|Blue Bed         |  4,200  |   Redd    | Trendy/Dignified |Yellow/Blue | 525 |
|Blue Bureau      |  2,160  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  Blue x2   | 540 |
|Blue Wardrobe    |  1,920  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  Blue x2   | 480 |
|Blue Chair       |  1,200  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  Blue x2   | 300 |
|Blue Bench       |  1,900  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  Blue x2   | 475 |
|Blue Table       |  3,600  |   Redd    | Trendy/Dignified |Yellow/Blue | 450 |
|Blue Bookcase    |  1,900  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  Blue x2   | 475 |
|Blue Cabinet     |  2,400  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  Blue x2   | 600 |
|Blue Clock       |  1,600  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  Blue x2   | 400 |
|Blue Dresser     |  2,100  | **Nook**  | Trendy/Dignified |  Blue x2   | 525 |
 ---CABANA SERIES-------------------------------------------------------------
|Cabana Bed       |  4,400  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |Brown/White | 550 |
|Cabana Dresser   |  2,400  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 600 |
|Cabana Wardrobe  |  2,240  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 560 |
|Cabana Chair     |  3,200  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 400 |
|Cabana Armchair  |  1,800  | **Nook**  | Retro/Dignified  |Brown/White | 450 |
|Cabana Table     |  1,800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 450 |
|Cabana Lamp      |  1,700  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 425 |
|Cabana Bookcase  |  2,400  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 600 |
|Cabana Vanity    |  1,800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 450 |
|Cabana Screen    |  2,000  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 500 |
 ---GREEN SERIES--------------------------------------------------------------
|Green Bed        |  2,160  |   Nook    |Trendy/Dignified  |Green/Beige | 540 |
|Green Dresser    |  4,640  |   Redd    |Trendy/Dignified  |Green/Orange| 580 |
|Green Wardrobe   |  4,600  |   Redd    |Trendy/Dignified  |  Green x2  | 575 |
|Green Chair      |  1,200  |   Nook    |Trendy/Dignified  |  Green x2  | 300 |
|Green Bench      |  1,800  |   Nook    |Trendy/Dignified  |  Green x2  | 450 |
|Green Table      |  1,700  |   Nook    |Trendy/Dignified  |  Green x2  | 425 |
|Green Desk       |  2,000  |   Nook    |Trendy/Dignified  |  Green x2  | 500 |
|Green Lamp       |  1,800  |   Nook    |Trendy/Dignified  |Green/Orange| 450 |
|Green Counter    |  2,400  |   Nook    |Trendy/Dignified  |  Green x2  | 600 |
|Green Pantry     |  2,290  | **Nook**  |Trendy/Dignified  |  Green x2  | 572 |
 ---CABIN SERIES--------------------------------------------------------------
|Cabin Bed        |  2,400  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Brown/Colrfl| 600 |
|Cabin Dresser    |  4,320  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 540 |
|Cabin Wardrobe   |  2,480  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 620 |
|Cabin Chair      |  3,400  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 425 |
|Cabin Armchair   |  2,280  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Brown/White | 570 |
|Cabin Couch      |  2,480  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Brown/White | 620 |
|Cabin Table      |  2,100  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Brown/Colrfl| 525 |
|Cabin Low Table  |  2,100  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Brown/Colrfl| 525 |
|Cabin Bookcase   |  2,300  | **Nook**  | Retro/Dignified  |Brown/Colrfl| 575 |
|Cabin Clock      |  2,000  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 500 |
 ---MODERN SERIES-------------------------------------------------------------
|Modern Bed       |  2,320  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |Black/White | 580 |
|Modern Dresser   |  2,250  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |Black/White | 562 |
|Modern Wardrobe  |  5,120  |   Redd    | Trendy/Dignified |Black/White | 640 |
|Modern Chair     |  1,500  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |Black/White | 375 |
|Modern Sofa      |  2,620  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |Black/White | 655 |
|Modern End Table |  3,800  |   Redd    | Trendy/Dignified |Black/White | 475 |
|Modern Desk      |  2,480  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |Black/White | 620 |
|Modern Table     |  1,800  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |Black/White | 450 |
|Modern Cabinet   |  2,580  | **Nook**  | Trendy/Dignified |Black/White | 645 |
|Modern Lamp      |  1,400  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |Black/White | 350 |
 ---KIDDIE SERIES-------------------------------------------------------------
|Kiddie Bed       |  4,200  |   Redd    |  Trendy/Playful  |Colorful x2 | 525 |
|Kiddie Dresser   |  2,150  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Colorful x2 | 537 |
|Kiddie Wardrobe  |  2,180  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Colorful x2 | 545 |
|Kiddie Couch     |  2,200  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Colorful x2 | 550 |
|Kiddie Chair     |  1,400  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Colorful x2 | 350 |
|Kiddie Table     |  2,200  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Colorful x2 | 550 |
|Kiddie Bureau    |  2,200  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Colorful x2 | 550 |
|Kiddie Bookcase  |  1,800  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Colorful x2 | 450 |
|Kiddie Clock     |  2,960  |   Redd    |  Trendy/Playful  |Colorful x2 | 370 |
|Kiddie Stereo    |  1,900  | **Nook**  |  Trendy/Playful  |Colorful x2 | 475 |
 ---LOVELY SERIES-------------------------------------------------------------
|Lovely Bed       |  2,000  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |   Pink x2  | 500 |
|Lovely Dresser   |  2,160  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |   Pink x2  | 540 |
|Lovely Armoire   |  4,480  |   Redd    |  Trendy/Playful  |   Pink x2  | 560 |
|Lovely Chair     |  1,600  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |   Pink x2  | 400 |
|Lovely Loveseat  |  2,000  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |   Pink x2  | 500 |
|Lovely End Table |  3,600  |   Redd    |  Trendy/Playful  | Pink/White | 450 |
|Lovely Table     |  1,800  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  | Pink/White | 450 |
|Lovely Vanity    |  2,200  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |   Pink x2  | 550 |
|Lovely Kitchen   |  2,280  | **Nook**  |  Trendy/Playful  |   Pink x2  | 570 |
|Lovely Lamp      |  1,600  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |   Pink x2  | 400 |
 ---ROBO SERIES---------------------------------------------------------------
|Robo-Bed         |  2,000  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Blue/Gray | 500 |
|Robo-Dresser     |  2,560  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Gray x2   | 640 |
|Robo-Closet      |  4,800  |   Redd    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Gray x2   | 600 |
|Robo-Sofa        |  2,000  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Blue/Gray | 500 |
|Robo-Chair       |  1,600  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Gray x2   | 400 |
|Robo-Table       |  2,200  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Gray x2   | 550 |
|Robo-Stereo      |  2,200  | **Nook**  |  Trendy/Playful  |  Blue/Gray | 550 |
|Robo-TV          |  2,360  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Gray x2   | 590 |
|Robo-Clock       |  1,400  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Gray x2   | 590 |
|Robo-Lamp        |  3,600  |   Redd    |  Trendy/Playful  | Green/Gray | 450 |
 ---SNOWMAN SERIES------------------------------------------------------------
|Snowman Bed      |  -----  | Snowballs | Retro/Dignified  |  White x2  |8,888|
|Snowman Dresser  |  -----  | Snowballs | Retro/Dignified  |  White x2  |8,888|
|Snowman Wardrobe |  -----  | Snowballs | Retro/Dignified  |  White x2  |8,888|
|Snowman Chair    |  -----  | Snowballs | Retro/Dignified  |  White x2  |8,888|
|Snowman Sofa     |  -----  | Snowballs | Retro/Dignified  |  White x2  |8,888|
|Snowman Table    |  -----  | Snowballs | Retro/Dignified  |  White x2  |8,888|
|Snowman Fridge   |  -----  | Snowballs | Retro/Dignified  |  White x2  |8,888|
|Snowman TV       |  -----  | Snowballs | Retro/Dignified  |Yellow/White|8,888|
|Snowman Clock    |  -----  | Snowballs | Retro/Dignified  |  White x2  |8,888|
|Snowman Lamp     |  -----  | Snowballs | Retro/Dignified  |  White x2  |8,888|
 ---MUSHROOM SERIES-----------------------------------------------------------
|Mush Bed         |  -----  | Mushrooms |     Playful      |   Red x2   |3,000|
|Mush Dresser     |  -----  | Mushrooms |     Playful      |  Brown x2  |2,450|
|Mush Closet      |  -----  | Mushrooms |     Playful      |  Brown x2  |2,450|
|Mush Chair       |  -----  | Mushrooms |     Playful      | White/Aqua |1,900|
|Mush Stool       |  -----  | Mushrooms |     Playful      |  Brown x2  |1,800|
|Mush Table       |  -----  | Mushrooms |     Playful      | Red/White  |2,500|
|Mush End Table   |  -----  | Mushrooms |     Playful      |Brown/White |2,200|
|Mush Lamp        |  -----  | Mushrooms |     Playful      |  Aqua x2   |2,400|
|Mush Stand       |  -----  | Mushrooms |     Playful      | Red/Brown  |2,400|
|Mush TV          |  -----  | Mushrooms |     Playful      | Red/White  |2,500|
 ---PAVE SERIES---------------------------------------------------------------
|Pave Bed         |  -----  | Festivale |  Trendy/Playful  | Blue/White |12000|
|Pave Chest       |  -----  | Festivale |  Trendy/Playful  | Blue/White |12000|
|Pave Closet      |  -----  | Festivale |  Trendy/Playful  | Blue/White |12000|
|Pave Sofa        |  -----  | Festivale |  Trendy/Playful  | Blue/White |12000|
|Pave Chair       |  -----  | Festivale |  Trendy/Playful  | Blue/White |12000|
|Pave Table       |  -----  | Festivale |  Trendy/Playful  | Blue/White |12000|
|Pave End Table   |  -----  | Festivale |  Trendy/Playful  | Blue/White |12000|
|Pave Bookshelf   |  -----  | Festivale |  Trendy/Playful  | Blue/White |12000|
|Pave Bureau      |  -----  | Festivale |  Trendy/Playful  | Blue/White |12000|
|Pave Lamp        |  -----  | Festivale |  Trendy/Playful  | Blue/Brown |12000|
 ---EGG SERIES----------------------------------------------------------------
|Egg Bed          |  -----  | Bunny Day |  Trendy/Playful  |White/Colrfl|9,000|
|Egg Dresser      |  -----  | Bunny Day |  Trendy/Playful  |White/Colrfl|9,000|
|Egg Wardrobe     |  -----  | Bunny Day |  Trendy/Playful  |White/Colrfl|9,000|
|Egg Chair        |  -----  | Bunny Day |  Trendy/Playful  |White/Colrfl|9,000|
|Egg Bench        |  -----  | Bunny Day |  Trendy/Playful  |White/Colrfl|9,000|
|Egg Table        |  -----  | Bunny Day |  Trendy/Playful  |White/Colrfl|9,000|
|Egg Stereo       |  -----  | Bunny Day |  Trendy/Playful  |White/Colrfl|9,000|
|Egg Toy Set      |  -----  | Bunny Day |  Trendy/Playful  |White/Colrfl|9,000|
|Egg Clock        |  -----  | Bunny Day |  Trendy/Playful  |White/Colrfl|9,000|
|Egg Lamp         |  -----  | Bunny Day |  Trendy/Playful  |Colorful x2 |9,000|
 ---SPOOKY SERIES-------------------------------------------------------------
|Spooky Bed       |  -----  | Halloween |  Retro/Playful   |Orange/Prple|10310|
|Spooky Dresser   |  -----  | Halloween |  Retro/Playful   | Orange x2  |10310|
|Spooky Wardrobe  |  -----  | Halloween |  Retro/Playful   | Orange x2  |10310|
|Spooky Sofa      |  -----  | Halloween |  Retro/Playful   | Orange x2  |10310|
|Spooky Chair     |  -----  | Halloween |  Retro/Playful   | Orange x2  |10310|
|Spooky Table     |  -----  | Halloween |  Retro/Playful   |Orange/Prple|10310|
|Spooky Vanity    |  -----  | Halloween |  Retro/Playful   | Orange x2  |10310|
|Spooky Bookcase  |  -----  | Halloween |  Retro/Playful   | Orange x2  |10310|
|Spooky Clock     |  -----  | Halloween |  Retro/Playful   | Orange x2  |10310|
|Spooky Lamp      |  -----  | Halloween |  Retro/Playful   | Orange x2  |10310|
 ---HARVEST SERIES------------------------------------------------------------
|Harvest Bed      |  -----  |Hrvst Fstvl|  Trendy/Playful  |Purple/Pink |3,333|
|Harvest Dresset  |  -----  |Hrvst Fstvl|  Trendy/Playful  |Purple/Pink |3,333|
|Harvest Bureau   |  -----  |Hrvst Fstvl|  Trendy/Playful  |Purple/Pink |3,333|
|Harvest Sofa     |  -----  |Hrvst Fstvl|  Trendy/Playful  |Purple/Pink |3,333|
|Harvest Chair    |  -----  |Hrvst Fstvl|  Trendy/Playful  |Purple/Beige|3,333|
|Harvest Table    |  -----  |Hrvst Fstvl|  Trendy/Playful  |Purple/Pink |3,333|
|Harvest Mirror   |  -----  |Hrvst Fstvl|  Trendy/Playful  | Purple x2  |3,333|
|Harvest TV       |  -----  |Hrvst Fstvl|  Trendy/Playful  |Purple/Pink |3,333|
|Harvest Lamp     |  -----  |Hrvst Fstvl|  Trendy/Playful  |Purple/Pink |3,333|
 ---JINGLE SERIES-------------------------------------------------------------
|Jingle Bed       |  -----  | Xmas Eve  |  Trendy/Playful  | Red/Green  |12240|
|Jingle Dresser   |  -----  | Xmas Eve  |  Trendy/Playful  | Red/Green  |12240|
|Jingle Wardrobe  |  -----  | Xmas Eve  |  Trendy/Playful  | Red/Green  |12240|
|Jingle Sofa      |  -----  | Xmas Eve  |  Trendy/Playful  |   Red x2   |12240|
|Jingle Chair     |  -----  | Xmas Eve  |  Trendy/Playful  |   Red x2   |12240|
|Jingle Table     |  -----  | Xmas Eve  |  Trendy/Playful  | Red/Green  |12240|
|Jingle Shelves   |  -----  | Xmas Eve  |  Trendy/Playful  | Red/Green  |12240|
|Jingle Piano     |  -----  | Xmas Eve  |  Trendy/Playful  | Red/Green  |12240|
|Jingle Clock     |  -----  | Xmas Eve  |  Trendy/Playful  | Red/Green  |12240|
|Jingle Lamp      |  -----  | Xmas Eve  |  Trendy/Playful  | Red/Green  |12240|
 ---PRINCESS SERIES-----------------------------------------------------------
|Princess Bed     |  80,000 |GracieGrace|  Retro/Playful   |  Aqua x2   |20000|
|Princess Chest   | 220,000 |GracieGrace|  Retro/Playful   |  White x2  |55000|
|Princess Closet  | 180,000 |GracieGrace|  Retro/Playful   |  White x2  |45000|
|Princess Sofa    | 100,000 |GracieGrace|  Retro/Playful   | Aqua/White |25000|
|Princess Chair   | 120,000 |GracieGrace|  Retro/Playful   | Aqua/White |30000|
|Princess Table   | 240,000 |GracieGrace|  Retro/Playful   | Aqua/White |60000|
|Princess Curio   |  98,000 |GracieGrace|  Retro/Playful   |  White x2  |24500|
|Princess Dresser |  80,000 |GracieGrace|  Retro/Playful   |  White x2  |20000|
|Princess Cage    |  90,000 |GracieGrace|  Retro/Playful   |  White x2  |22500|
|Princess Lamp    |  68,000 |GracieGrace|  Retro/Playful   | Aqua/Brown |17000|
 ---GRACIE SERIES-------------------------------------------------------------
|Gracie Bed       | 120,000 |GraceGrace | Trendy/Dignified | Blue/Brown |30000|
|Gracie Chest     | 220,000 |GraceGrace | Trendy/Dignified |  Brown x2  |55000|
|Gracie Wardrobe  | 138,000 |GraceGrace | Trendy/Dignified |  Brown x2  |34500|
|Gracie Bench     | 110,000 |GraceGrace | Trendy/Dignified |Brown/Colrfl|27500|
|Gracie Chair     |  90,000 |GraceGrace | Trendy/Dignified |Brown/Colrfl|22500|
|Gracie Low Table |  68,000 |GraceGrace | Trendy/Dignified |Brown/Colrfl|17000|
|Gracie Desk      |  90,000 |GraceGrace | Trendy/Dignified |  Brown x2  |22500|
|Gracie Wagon     | 240,000 |GraceGrace | Trendy/Dignified |Brown/Colrfl|60000|
|Gracie Shelf     |  98,000 |GraceGrace | Trendy/Dignified |Brown/Colrfl|24500|
|Gracie Lamp      | 120,000 |GraceGrace | Trendy/Dignified |Brown/Colrfl|30000|
 ---SWEETS SERIES-------------------------------------------------------------
|Sweets Bed       |  80,000 |GracieGrace|  Trendy/Playful  |White/Beige |20000|
|Sweets Dresser   | 220,000 |GracieGrace|  Trendy/Playful  |Brown/Beige |55000|
|Sweets Closet    |  68,000 |GracieGrace|  Trendy/Playful  |Brown/Beige |17000|
|Sweets Sofa      |  80,000 |GracieGrace|  Trendy/Playful  | Pink/Beige |20000|
|Sweets Chair     | 120,000 |GracieGrace|  Trendy/Playful  |Brown/Beige |30000|
|Sweets Table     | 240,000 |GracieGrace|  Trendy/Playful  |Brown/Beige |60000|
|Sweets Minitable |  80,000 |GracieGrace|  Trendy/Playful  |White/Brown |20000|
|Sweets Bookcase  |  90,000 |GracieGrace|  Trendy/Playful  |Beige/Brown |22500|
|Sweets Lamp      |  98,000 |GracieGrace|  Trendy/Playful  |White/Colrfl|24500|
|Sweets Minilamp  | 110,000 |GracieGrace|  Trendy/Playful  |White/Colrfl|27500|
 ---GORGEOUS SERIES-----------------------------------------------------------
|Gorgeous Bed     | 300,000 |GracieGrace| Retro/Dignified  | Red/Black  |75000|
|Gorgeous Chest   |  90,000 |GracieGrace| Retro/Dignified  |  Black x2  |22500|
|Gorgeous Closet  | 140,000 |GracieGrace| Retro/Dignified  |  Black x2  |35000|
|Gorgeous Sofa    | 120,000 |GracieGrace| Retro/Dignified  |   Red x2   |30000|
|Gorgeous Seat    |  90,000 |GracieGrace| Retro/Dignified  |   Red x2   |22500|
|Gorgeous Stool   |  80,000 |GracieGrace| Retro/Dignified  | Yellow/Red |20000|
|Gorgeous Table   | 250,000 |GracieGrace| Retro/Dignified  |  Black x2  |62500|
|Gorgeous Desk    | 220,000 |GracieGrace| Retro/Dignified  |  Black x2  |55000|
|Gorgeous Counter | 180,000 |GracieGrace| Retro/Dignified  | Red/Black  |45000|
|Gorgeous Lamp    |  60,000 |GracieGrace| Retro/Dignified  | Red/Black  |15000|
 ==================WESTERN THEME==============================================
|Cow Skull        |  1,020  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  | White/Gray | 255 |
|Desert Cactus    |    890  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Green x2  | 223 |
|Western Fence    |    880  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 220 |
|Saddle Fence     |  4,360  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 545 |
|Storefront       |  3,680  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 920 |
|Covered Wagon    |  3,800  | **Nook**  | Retro/Dignified  |Brown/Beige | 950 |
|Watering Trough  |  1,100  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 275 |
|Tumbleweed       |    520  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 130 |
|Well             |  5,400  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 675 |
|Wagon Wheel      |  1,230  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 308 |
 ==================SPACE THEME================================================
|Asteroid         |  1,800  |   Nook    | Trendy/Playful   | Gray/Brown | 450 |
|Moon             | 32,000  | **Nook**  | Trendy/Playful   |  Gray x2   |8,000|
|Lunar Lander     |  3,200  |   Nook    | Trendy/Playful   |Yellow/Gray |3,200|
|Rocket           |  4,800  |   Redd    | Trendy/Playful   | Red/White  | 600 |
|Lunar Rover      |  2,560  |   Nook    | Trendy/Playful   |  Gray x2   | 640 |
|Satellite        |  2,600  |   Nook    | Trendy/Playful   |  Gray x2   | 650 |
|Space Shuttle    |  5,560  |   Redd    | Trendy/Playful   |  White x2  | 695 |
|Spaceman Sam     |  2,800  |   Nook    | Trendy/Playful   |  White x2  | 700 |
|Space Station    |  2,800  |   Nook    | Trendy/Playful   |  Gray x2   | 700 |
|Flying Saucer    |  2,400  |   Nook    | Trendy/Playful   |Yellow/Gray | 600 |
 ==================CONSTRUCTION THEME=========================================
|Detour Arrow     |    600  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |   Red x2   | 150 |
|Handcart         |    800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |   Red x2   | 200 |
|Iron Frame       |  1,200  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |   Red x2   | 300 |
|Manhole Cover    |  1,000  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   | 250 |
|Orange Cone      |    600  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |   Red x2   | 150 |
|Traffic Cone     |    800  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |   Red x2   | 200 |
|Saw Horse        |  2,400  |   Redd    | Trendy/Dignified | Red/White  | 300 |
|Wet Roadway Sign |    850  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified | Orange x2  | 212 |
|Steam Roller     |  9,000  |   Redd    | Trendy/Dignified |Yellow/Black|1,125|
|Jackhammer       |  1,880  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  Red/Gray  | 470 |
|Striped Cone     |    800  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |Yellow/Black| 200 |
|Cement Mixer     |  1,600  | **Nook**  | Trendy/Dignified | Yellow x2  | 400 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~OIL DRUM SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Brown Drum       |    800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 200 |
|Green Drum       |    800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Green x2  | 200 |
|Red Drum         |    800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |   Red x2   | 200 |
|Haz-Mat Barrel   |    840  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |   Red x2   | 210 |
|Oil Drum         |    840  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  | Yellow x2  | 210 |
 ==================BOXING THEME===============================================
|Boxing Barricade |  1,050  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified | Blue/Gray  | 262 |
|Red Corner       | 13,600  |   Redd    | Trendy/Dignified | Red/White  |1,700|
|Blue Corner      |  6,800  | **Nook**  | Trendy/Dignified | Blue/White |1,700|
|Neutral Corner   |  5,500  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  White x2  |1,375|
|Judge's Bell     |  3,580  |   Redd    | Trendy/Dignified |Yellow/Brown| 447 |
|Boxing Mat       |  1,180  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  Blue x2   | 295 |
|Ringside Table   |  1,320  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  Brown x2  | 330 |
|Weight Bench     |  3,590  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  Black x2  | 897 |
|Sandbag          |  3,190  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  Red/Gray  | 797 |
|Speed Bag        |  2,990  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified | Blue/Gray  | 747 |
 ==================BACKYARD THEME=============================================
|Birdhouse        |  1,620  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 405 |
|Mr. Flamingo     |  1,530  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Pink x2   | 382 |
|Mrs. Flamingo    |  1,530  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Pink x2   | 382 |
|Garden Gnome     |  3,380  | **Nook**  | Retro/Dignified  | Red/Green  | 845 |
|Bug Zapper       |  1,200  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  Blue x2   | 300 |
|Hammock          |  1,320  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |White/Brown | 330 |
|Bird Bath        |  1,450  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Green x2  | 362 |
|Picnic Table     |  1,390  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   | Yellow x2  | 347 |
|Bird Feeder      |  1,260  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  White x2  | 315 |
|Lawn Chair       |  1,180  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   | Aqua/White | 295 |
|Lawn Mower       |  5,520  |   Redd    | Trendy/Dignified |   Red x2   | 690 |
|Barbeque         |  1,760  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |   Red x2   | 440 |
|Backyard Pool    |  1,980  |   Redd    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Aqua x2   | 247 |
|Sprinkler        |  1,640  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified | Yellow x2  | 410 |
|Tiki Torch       |    870  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   | Red/Brown  | 217 |
 ==================NURSERY THEME==============================================
|Elephant Slide   |  1,200  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Yellow/Blue | 300 |
|Stroller         |  1,960  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  | Aqua/White | 490 |
|Cradle           |  3,800  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Pink x2   | 950 |
|Baby Bed         |  5,800  |   Redd    |  Trendy/Playful  |White/Colrfl| 725 |
|Clackercart      |  1,380  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |Brown/Colrfl| 345 |
|Merry-Go-Round   |  1,280  |   Redd    |  Trendy/Playful  |Colrfl/Clrfl| 160 |
|Rocking Horse    |    600  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |  Brown x2  | 150 |
|Train Set        |  1,600  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Green/Brown | 400 |
|Wobbelina        |    700  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |  Pink x2   | 175 |
|Dolly            |  6,800  | **Nook**  |  Retro/Playful   |   Red x2   |1,700|
 ==================MAD SCIENTIST THEME========================================
|Lab Bench        |  4,800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   |1,200|
|Lab Chair        |  2,200  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   | 550 |
|Medicine Chest   |  4,560  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   | 570 |
|Florence Flask   |  1,600  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  | Green/Gray | 400 |
|Amazing Machine  |  3,600  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |  Black x2  | 900 |
|Unknown Machine  |  4,800  | **Nook**  | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   |1,200|
|Complex Machine  |  3,840  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  | Black/Gray | 960 |
 ==================PIRATE THEME===============================================
|Helm             |  -----  |  Pascal   |  Retro/Playful   |  Brown x2  | 280 |
|Barrel           |  -----  |  Pascal   |  Retro/Playful   |  Brown x2  | 200 |
|Keg              |  -----  |  Pascal   |  Retro/Playful   |  Brown x2  | 200 |
|Ship Cannon      |  -----  |  Pascal   |  Retro/Playful   |  Black x2  | 455 |
|Anchor           |  -----  |  Pascal   |  Retro/Playful   |Black/Brown | 475 |
|Ship Compass     |  -----  |  Pascal   |  Retro/Playful   | Brown/Gray | 400 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~BLACK CHESS SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Black Pawn       |  1,100  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Black x2  | 275 |
|Black Bishop     |  2,800  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Black x2  | 700 |
|Black King       |  8,000  | **Nook**  |  Trendy/Playful  |  Black x2  |2,000|
|Black Knight     |  5,600  |   Redd    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Black x2  | 700 |
|Black Queen      |  8,000  | **Nook**  |  Trendy/Playful  |  Black x2  |2,000|
|Black Rook       |  5,600  |   Redd    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Black x2  | 700 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~WHITE CHESS SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|White Pawn       |  1,100  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  White x2  | 275 |
|White Bishop     |  2,800  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  White x2  | 700 |
|White King       |  8,000  | **Nook**  |  Trendy/Playful  |  White x2  |2,000|
|White Knight     |  5,600  |   Redd    |  Trendy/Playful  |  White x2  | 700 |
|White Queen      |  8,000  | **Nook**  |  Trendy/Playful  |  White x2  |2,000|
|White Rook       |  5,600  |   Redd    |  Trendy/Playful  |  White x2  | 700 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~CLASSROOM SET*~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Right Platform   |  1,600  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |Green/Brown | 400 |
|Left Platform    |  1,600  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |Green/Brown | 400 |
|Podium           |  1,280  | **Nook**  |  Retro/Playful   |  Brown x2  | 320 |
|Teacher's Desk   |  1,580  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   | Brown/Gray | 395 |
|Teacher's Chair  |  1,440  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |  Gray x2   | 360 |
|School Desk      |  1,200  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   | Brown/Gray | 300 |
|School Chair     |    800  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |  Brown x2  | 200 |
|Cubby Hole       |  2,200  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |  Brown x2  | 550 |
|Chalk Board      |  1,400  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   | Gray/Black | 350 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~OTHER FURNITURE~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Mop              |    900  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   | Gray/Brown | 225 |
|Skeleton         |  3,360  | **Nook**  |  Trendy/Playful  |  White x2  | 840 |
|Anatomical Model |  3,360  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Colrfl/Clrfl| 840 |
|Clear Model      |  6,720  |   Redd    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Red/Blue  | 840 |
|Hamster Cage     |  2,290  | **Nook**  |  Trendy/Playful  |Brown/White | 572 |
|Science Table    |  1,900  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |  White x2  | 475 |
|Vaulting Horse   |  1,200  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |Brown/Beige | 300 |
|Ball Catcher     |  2,040  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   | Blue/Brown | 510 |
|High-Jump Mat    |  2,980  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |Green/Brown | 745 |
|Hurdle           |    980  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   | White/Blue | 245 |
|Scoreboard       |  4,400  |   Redd    |  Retro/Playful   |Orange/White| 550 |
|Folding Chair    |    600  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  | Blue/Gray  | 150 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~HOSPITAL SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Vision Tester    |  2,280  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |  White x2  | 570 |
|Trunk Measure    |  1,680  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |  Brown x2  | 420 |
|Stadiometer      |  1,680  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |  Brown x2  | 420 |
|Scale            |  1,200  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |  Gray x2   | 300 |
|Hospital Bed     |  7,200  |   Redd    | Trendy/Dignified |Green/White | 900 |
|Hospital Screen  |  2,400  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  | Aqua/Gray  | 600 |
|IV Drip          |  1,480  | **Nook**  | Retro/Dignified  | Blue/Brown | 370 |
|Sink             |  1,200  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   | 300 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~STUDY SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Writing Desk     |  1,900  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |  Brown x2  | 475 |
|Writing Chair    |  1,000  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |  Brown x2  | 250 |
|Globe            |  1,200  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  | Aqua/Brown | 300 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~OFFICE SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Office Desk      |  1,600  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   | 400 |
|Office Chair     |  1,100  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   | 275 |
|Office Locker    |  1,200  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   | 300 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~CAFE SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Coffee Maker     |    800  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  White x2  | 200 |
|Checkout Counter |  3,480  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 870 |
|Cash Register    |  6,480  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |Yellow/Brown|1,620|
|Jukebox          |  3,200  | **Nook**  | Retro/Dignified  |Brown/Colrfl| 800 |
|Siphon           |  1,780  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |White/Brown | 445 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~DHARMA SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Giant Dharma     |  1,600  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |   Red x2   | 400 |
|Dharma           |  1,200  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |   Red x2   | 300 |
|Mini-Dharma      |    800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |   Red x2   | 200 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~TEDDY BEAR SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Papa Bear        |  -----  |  K and K  |  Retro/Playful   |  Brown x2  | 550 |
|Mama Bear        |  1,600  |   Redd    |  Trendy/Playful  |Black/White | 240 |
|Baby Bear        |    480  | **Nook**  |  Trendy/Playful  |Green/White | 120 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~CACTUS SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Tall Cactus      |  1,700  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Green/Brown | 425 |
|Cactus           |  1,700  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Green/Brown | 425 |
|Round Cactus     |  1,700  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Green/Brown | 425 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~GOLF SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Blue Golf Bag    |  1,600  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified | Blue/Aqua  | 400 |
|White Golf Bag   |  1,600  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified | Red/White  | 400 |
|Green Golf Bag   |  1,600  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  Green x2  | 400 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~RED FURNITURE SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Red Armchair     |  1,800  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |   Red x2   | 450 |
|Red Sofa         |  2,050  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |   Red x2   | 512 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~TOTEM POLE SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Bear Pole        |  1,400  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |Brown/Colrfl| 350 |
|Eagle Pole       |  1,400  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |Brown/Colrfl| 350 |
|Frog-Woman Pole  |  2,800  |   Redd    |  Retro/Playful   |Brown/Colrfl| 350 |
|Raven Pole       |  1,400  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |Brown/Colrfl| 350 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~LAVA LAMP SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Blue Lava Lamp   |  1,800  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Blue x2   | 450 |
|Purple Lava Lamp |  1,800  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Pink x2   | 450 |
|Green Lava Lamp  |  1,800  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Green x2  | 450 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~JAPANESE-STYLE SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Tea Table        |  1,000  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 250 |
|Hearth           |  1,600  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 400 |
|Screen           |  1,650  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Yellow/Green| 412 |
|Hibachi          |  1,200  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 300 |
|Tea Tansu        |  1,600  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 400 |
|Paper Lantern    |    800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Brown/Beige | 200 |
|Paulownia Closet |  1,300  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Beige x2  | 325 |
|Stair Dresser    |  2,250  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 562 |
|Low Screen       |  1,480  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Brown/Beige | 370 |
|Paper Tiger      |  1,360  |   Redd    |  Retro/Playful   |Yellow/Black| 170 |
|Lucky Frog       |  1,350  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Brown/White | 337 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~OTHER FURNITURE~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Sword            |  1,400  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Yellow/Black| 350 |
|Bow              |  1,400  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Yellow/Black| 350 |
|Samurai Suit     |  4,500  | **Nook**  |  Retro/Playful   |Yellow/Black|1,125|
|Black Katana     | 24,000  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |  Black x2  |3,000|
|White Katana     | 73,600  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |  White x2  |9,200|
|Ninja Sword      |  9,600  | **Nook**  |  Retro/Playful   |  Brown x2  |2,400|
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~MOSSY GARDEN SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Deer Scare       |  3,600  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |  Green x2  | 450 |
|Tall Lantern     |  1,980  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   | 495 |
 ==================SPA THEME**================================================
|Spa Chair        |    600  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Aqua x2   | 150 |
|Bath Mat         |    600  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Green x2  | 150 |
|Bucket           |    600  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  | Yellow x2  | 150 |
|Bathtub          |  2,400  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Aqua x2   | 600 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~OTHER FURNITURE~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Milk Case        |  1,800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Beige/Colrfl| 450 |
|Ice-Cream Case   |  1,800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Beige/Colrfl| 450 |
 ==================SPA THEME (CONT.)==========================================
|Washbasin        |  2,880  | **Nook**  | Retro/Dignified  |  Aqua x2   | 720 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~VASE SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Tea Vase         |  2,400  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Beige x2  | 600 |
|Red Vase         |  2,450  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |   Red x2   | 612 |
|Blue Vase        |  2,400  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Beige x2  | 612 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~LUCKY CAT SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Lucky Cat        |  1,700  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Yellow/White| 425 |
|Lefty Lucky Cat  |  3,400  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |Yellow/White| 425 |
|Lucky Black Cat  |  3,400  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |  Black x2  | 425 |
|Lucky Gold Cat   |  6,200  | **Nook**  | Retro/Dignified  | Yellow x2  |1,550|
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~CITRUS SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Grapefruit Table |  1,500  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Orange/Blue | 375 |
|Lemon Table      |  1,500  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Yellow/Green| 375 |
|Orange Chair     |  1,300  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  | Orange x2  | 325 |
|Lime Chair       |  1,300  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Green x2  | 325 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~PEAR SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Pear Wardrobe    |  1,400  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Green/Beige | 350 |
|Pear Dresser     |  1,600  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Green/Beige | 600 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~WATERMELON SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Watermelon Chair |  1,300  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  | Red/Green  | 450 |
|Melon Chair      |  1,300  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Yellow/Green| 450 |
|Watermelon Table |  1,800  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  | Red/Green  | 450 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~APPLE SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Apple TV         |  -----  |  K and K  |  Trendy/Playful  |   Red x2   | 400 |
|Apple Clock      |  1,800  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  | Red/Beige  | 300 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~FROG SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Lily-Pad Table   |  -----  |  K and K  |  Trendy/Playful  |  Green x2  | 400 |
|Froggy Chair     |  1,200  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Green x2  | 300 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~PINE SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Pine Chair       |  1,800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Beige x2  | 450 |
|Pine Table       |  2,280  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Beige x2  | 570 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~TULIP SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Tulip Chair      |  1,400  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  | Red/Green  | 350 |
|Tulip Table      |  1,900  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  | Red/Green  | 475 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~IRIS SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Iris Chair       |  1,400  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Green/White | 350 |
|Iris Table       |  1,900  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Green/White | 475 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~DAFFODIL SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Daffodil Chair   |  1,400  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Yellow/Green| 350 |
|Daffodil Table   |  1,900  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Yellow/Green| 475 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~PINE BONSAI SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Ponderosa Bonsai |  1,800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Green/Brown | 450 |
|Pine Bonsai      |  1,800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Green/Brown | 450 |
|Mugho Bonsai     |  1,800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Green/Brown | 450 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~BONSAI SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Plum Bonsai      |  1,900  | **Nook**  | Retro/Dignified  | Pink/Brown | 475 |
|Holly Bonsai     |  1,600  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Green/White | 400 |
|Azalea Bonsai    |  1,500  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  | Green/Blue | 375 |
|Maple Bonsai     |  1,700  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  | Red/Brown  | 425 |
|Hawthorn Bonsai  |  1,800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Green/Brown | 450 |
|Quince Bonsai    |  1,600  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Red/Blue  | 400 |
|Jasmine Bonsai   |  1,700  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Yellow/Brown| 425 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~HOUSE PLANT SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Pothos           |  2,600  |   Redd    |    Dignified     |Green/Brown | 325 |
|Coconut Palm     |  1,200  |   Nook    |    Dignified     |Green/Brown | 300 |
|Pachira          |  1,200  |   Nook    |    Dignified     |Green/Brown | 300 |
|Caladium         |  1,300  |   Nook    |    Dignified     |Green/Brown | 325 |
|Croton           |  1,300  |   Nook    |    Dignified     |Brown/White | 325 |
|Dracaena         |  2,000  | **Nook**  |    Dignified     |Green/Brown | 500 |
|Lady Palm        |  1,200  |   Nook    |    Dignified     |Green/Brown | 300 |
|Aloe             |  1,200  |   Nook    |    Dignified     |Green/Brown | 300 |
|Rubber Tree      |  1,300  |   Nook    |    Dignified     |Green/Brown | 325 |
|Snake Plant      |  2,400  |   Redd    |    Dignified     |Green/Brown | 300 |
|Fan Palm         |  1,300  |   Nook    |    Dignified     |Green/Brown | 325 |
|Corn Plant       |  1,300  |   Nook    |    Dignified     |Green/White | 325 |
|Bromeliaceae     |  1,300  |   Nook    |    Dignified     |Green/White | 325 |
|Weeping Fig      |  1,200  |   Nook    |    Dignified     |Green/Brown | 300 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~DRUM SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Conga Drum       |  1,600  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Brown/Beige | 400 |
|Djimbe Drum      |  1,900  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Brown/White | 475 |
|Timpano Drum     |  4,200  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  | Gray/Beige | 525 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~STRING SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Violin           |  2,200  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 550 |
|Cello            |  1,800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 450 |
|Base             |  2,400  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 600 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~GUITAR SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Folk Guitar      |  1,600  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 400 |
|Country Guitar   |  1,700  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 425 |
|Rock Guitar      |  1,800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Green/White | 450 |
|Metal Guitar     |  1,900  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |   Red x2   | 475 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~OTHER FURNITURE~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Ukelele          |  1,600  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 400 |
|Ebony Piano      |  3,800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Black x2  | 950 |
|Ivory Piano      |  3,500  | **Nook**  | Retro/Dignified  |  White x2  | 875 |
|Upright Piano    |  3,500  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  | Red/Black  | 800 |
|Japanese Drum    |  1,300  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Brown/Beige | 325 |
|Vibraphone       |  1,900  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |Brown/Black | 475 |
|Biwa Lute        |  1,800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 450 |
|Harp             |  1,700  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Brown/White | 425 |
|Metronome        |  1,000  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |   Red x2   | 250 |
|Trash Can        |  1,400  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  | Aqua/Gray  | 350 |
|Garbage Pail     |  1,100  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  Blue x2   | 275 |
|Garbage Can      |    500  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  Gray x2   | 125 |
|Trash Bin        |    400  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified | Red/White  | 100 |
|Pantheon Post    |  7,200  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   | 900 |
|Ionian Post      |  3,600  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   | 900 |
|Corinthian Post  |  3,600  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   | 900 |
|Broken Post      |  1,800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   | 450 |
|Pyramid          |  3,800  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |Yellow/Brown| 950 |
|Sphinx           |  3,200  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |Yellow/Brown| 800 |
|Mummy's Casket   |  4,400  | **Nook**  |  Retro/Playful   |Yellow/Clrfl|1,100|
|Spaceman         |  2,880  |   Redd    |  Retro/Playful   |  Gray x2   | 360 |
|Jomon Pottery    |    800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 800 |
|Tennis Table     |  1,800  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Green x2  | 450 |
|Bowling Pins     |  1,200  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  White x2  | 300 |
|Ball Return      |  6,200  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |White/Colrfl|1,550|
|Basketball Hoop  |  4,240  |   Redd    |  Trendy/Playful  | White/Gray | 530 |
|Billiard Table   |  1,800  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |Green/Brown | 450 |
|Mahjong Table    |  4,200  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |Green/Brown |1,050|
|Dart Board       |  1,520  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  Black x2  | 380 |
|Pinball Machine  |  1,960  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Brown/Colrfl| 490 |
|Arcade Machine   |  4,400  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |White/Colrfl|1,100|
|Tabletop Game    |  4,960  |   Redd    |  Retro/Playful   |Black/Brown | 620 |
|Stool            |  1,360  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |   Red x2   | 340 |
|Shogi Board      |  1,200  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 300 |
|Go Board         |  1,200  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 300 |
|Moai Statue      |  -----  | Gulliver  |  Retro/Playful   |  Gray x2   |1,900|
|Tribal Mask      |  -----  | Gulliver  |  Retro/Playful   |  Brown x2  |1,100|
|Arc de Triomphe  |  -----  | Gulliver  | Trendy/Dignified |  Gray x2   |2,300|
|Merlion          |  -----  | Gulliver  | Trendy/Dignified |  White x2  |2,300|
|Pagoda           |  -----  | Gulliver  |  Retro/Playful   |  Red/Gray  |1,280|
|Plate Armor      |  -----  | Gulliver  | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   |1,850|
|Mermaid Statue   |  -----  | Gulliver  | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   |1,900|
|Mouth of Truth   |  -----  | Gulliver  | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   |1,900|
|Mannekin Pis     |  -----  | Gulliver  |  Retro/Playful   |  Gray x2   |1,300|
|Tower of Pisa    |  -----  | Gulliver  | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   |2,300|
|Compass          |  -----  | Gulliver  | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   | 320 |
|Matryoshka       |  -----  | Gulliver  |  Retro/Playful   |Colorful x2 | 980 |
|Chocolates       |  -----  | Gulliver  |  Trendy/Playful  |  Brown x2  | 680 |
|Backpack         |  1,980  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  | Blue/Brown | 495 |
|Mountain Bike    |  3,380  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Yellow/Green| 845 |
|Propane Stove    |  1,470  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  Gray x2   | 367 |
|Cooler           |  1,300  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified | Blue/White | 325 |
|Kayak            |  3,460  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified | Yellow x2  | 865 |
|Lantern          |  1,180  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |  White x2  | 295 |
|Sleeping Bag     |  1,960  | **Nook**  | Trendy/Dignified |  Green x2  | 490 |
|Campfire         |  1,360  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  | Red/Brown  | 340 |
|Bonfire          |  2,240  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   | Red/Brown  | 560 |
|TV with a VCR    |  2,000  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  | Gray/Black | 500 |
|Wide-Screen TV   |  4,400  |   Redd    | Trendy/Dignified |Black/Brown | 550 |
|Retro TV         |  1,600  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  | Brown/Gray | 400 |
|Kitchen Sink     |  2,400  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  White x2  | 600 |
|Kitchen Corner   |  1,800  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  White x2  | 450 |
|Deluxe Range     |  3,200  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |Black/White | 800 |
|Range            |  1,800  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |Brown/White | 450 |
|Stove            |  1,980  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified | Red/White  | 495 |
|Sink             |  1,960  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |Brown/White | 490 |
|Tea Set          |    300  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |Yellow/Green|  75 |
|Shave-Ice Maker  |  1,200  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   | Aqua/Gray  | 300 |
|Refrigerator     |  1,200  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  White x2  | 300 |
|Retro Fridge     |  2,300  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Green x2  | 575 |
|Microwave        |  2,300  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  White x2  | 575 |
|Toaster          |    720  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  White x2  | 720 |
|Mixer            |  1,000  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |Black/White |1,000|
|Clothesline Pole |    960  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified | Green/Blue | 240 |
|Doghouse         |  1,200  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  | Red/Brown  | 300 |
|Beach Chair      |  1,850  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  White x2  | 462 |
|Wave Breaker     |  1,760  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   | 440 |
|Surfboard        |  1,400  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified | Aqua/Blue  | 350 |
|Diver Dan        |  3,200  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Yellow/Clrfl| 800 |
|Beach Table      |  1,600  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  | Blue/White | 400 |
|Treasure Chest   |  8,600  | **Nook**  |  Retro/Playful   |Yellow/Green|2,150|
|Life Ring        |  1,250  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  | Red/White  | 312 |
|Snowboard        |  1,400  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |   Red x2   | 350 |
|Sleigh           |  1,200  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   | Red/Brown  | 300 |
|Snowman          |  3,000  | Snowballs |  Retro/Playful   |  White x2  |3,000|
|Sunflower        |    980  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Yellow/Green| 240 |
|Daffodil         |    680  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified | Red/White  | 170 |
|Gerbera          |    780  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Orange/Blue | 195 |
|Toilet           |  1,800  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  Aqua x2   | 450 |
|Super Toilet     |  3,960  |   Redd    | Trendy/Dignified |  Pink x2   | 495 |
|Men's Toilet     |  1,600  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Aqua x2   | 400 |
|Pink Box         |    980  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Pink x2   | 245 |
|Blue Box         |    980  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Aqua x2   | 245 |
|Beige Box        |    980  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Beige x2  | 245 |
|Safe             |  1,516  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |  Black x2  | 190 |
|Deluxe Washer    |  5,200  | **Nook**  | Trendy/Dignified | Orange x2  |1,300|
|Automatic Washer |  4,800  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  White x2  |1,200|
|Washer/Dryer     |  1,800  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  Green x2  | 450 |
|Potbelly Stove   |  2,000  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   | 500 |
|Space Heater     |  1,700  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  White x2  | 425 |
|Fireplace        |  2,200  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 550 |
|Radiator         |  2,380  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  White x2  | 595 |
|Phonograph       |  1,840  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Yellow/Brown| 460 |
|Turntable        |  5,160  |   Redd    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 645 |
|Reel-to-Reel     |  2,000  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Black/Colrfl| 500 |
|Retro Stereo     |  5,500  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Black x2  |1,375|
|Gold Stereo      |  2,640  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |Yellow/Black| 660 |
|Hi-Fi Stereo     |  5,400  | **Nook**  | Trendy/Dignified |Black/Brown |1,350|
|High-End Stereo  |  5,500  |   Redd    | Trendy/Dignified |Brown/Black | 687 |
|Dice Stereo      |  4,300  |   Redd    |  Trendy/Playful  |  White x2  | 537 |
|Tape Deck        |    700  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   | 175 |
|CD Player        |  1,600  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Aqua x2   | 400 |
|White Boom Box   |  1,500  |   Nook    |     Playful      |  White x2  | 375 |
|Red Boom Box     |  1,500  |   Nook    |     Playful      |   Red x2   | 375 |
|Red Clock        |  1,300  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  | Red/White  | 325 |
|Kitschy Clock    |  1,800  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |Gray/Colrfl | 450 |
|Antique Clock    |  2,350  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 587 |
|Cube Clock       |  1,100  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |Yellow/White| 325 |
|Odd Clock        |  1,800  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  | Yellow x2  | 325 |
|Glow Clock       |  1,500  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |Yellow/Green| 325 |
|Owl Clock        |  1,300  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |  Brown x2  | 325 |
|Alarm Clock      |  1,000  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Beige x2  | 325 |
|Jade Econo-Chair |    800  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  Green x2  | 325 |
|Ruby Econo-Chair |    800  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified | Orange x2  | 325 |
|Gold Econo-Chair |    800  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified | Yellow x2  | 325 |
|Rocking Chair    |  1,400  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 325 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~CLASSROOM SET (CONT.)~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Lefty Desk       |  1,240  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  | Blue/Brown | 310 |
|Righty Desk      |  1,240  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  | Blue/Brown | 310 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~OTHER FURNITURE~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Gas Pump         |  1,280  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |   Red x2   | 320 |
|Extinguisher     |  1,300  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |   Red x2   | 355 |
|Fire Hydrant     |    960  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |   Red x2   | 240 |
|Raccoon Figurine |  4,000  |   Redd    |  Retro/Playful   |Brown/White | 500 |
|Barber's Pole    |  1,600  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Colorful x2 | 400 |
|Candy Machine    |    980  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Red/Colorful| 245 |
|Scarecrow        |    420  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |White/Brown | 105 |
|Birdcage         |  1,700  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 425 |
|Phone Box        |  2,400  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |   Red x2   | 600 |
|Outdoor Bath     |  4,900  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   |1,225|
|Wheat Field      |    380  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  | Yellow x2  |  95 |
|Computer         |    430  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |White/Brown | 430 |
|Pineapple Bed    |  1,990  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  | Yellow x2  | 497 |
|Glass-Top Table  |  2,200  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 550 |
|Blue Kotatsu     |  1,600  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  | Blue/Brown | 400 |
|Pink Kotatsu     |  1,600  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  | Pink/Brown | 400 |
|Cream Sofa       |  2,000  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  White x2  | 500 |
|Storage Case     |    980  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Black/White | 245 |
|Clothes Closet   |  1,340  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |  Beige x2  | 335 |
|Claw-foot Tub    |  1,280  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  White x2  | 320 |
|Shower           |    880  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Gray x2   | 220 |
|Massage Chair    |  2,400  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  | 600 |
|Vacuum Cleaner   |  1,200  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified | Red/White  | 300 |
|Bottled Ship     |  3,360  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   | Gray/Brown | 840 |
|Water Bird       |  1,400  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  | Colorful x2| 350 |
|Executive Toy    |  1,100  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Red/Gray  | 275 |
|Telescope        |  5,800  |   Nook    |  Trendy/Playful  |Black/White |1,450|
|Miniature Car    | 10,000  |DS Catalog |  Trendy/Playful  |   Red x2   |2,500|
|Mochi Pestle     |  1,400  |   Nook    |  Retro/Playful   |  Brown x2  | 350 |
|Sewing Machine   |  1,350  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  | Brown/Gray | 337 |
|Cardboard Box    |    100  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  |  25 |
|Wooden Box       |    200  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |  Brown x2  |  50 |
|Fan              |  1,200  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified |  Green x2  | 300 |
|Candle           |  1,280  |   Nook    |  --------------  |Yellow/White| 320 |
|Mini-Lamp        |  1,280  |   Nook    |  --------------  |  White x2  | 320 |
|Desk Light       |  1,280  |   Nook    |  --------------  |  Black x2  | 320 |
|Table Lamp       |    640  |   Nook    | Trendy/Dignified | Aqua/White | 160 |
|Throne           | 800,000 | **Nook**  | Retro/Dignified  | Yellow/Red |200k |
|Basic Red Bed    |    200  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  | Red/Brown  |  50 |
|Basic Blue Bed   |    200  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  | Blue/Brown |  50 |
|Basic Yellow Bed |    200  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Yellow/Brown|  50 |
|Basic Green Bed  |    200  |   Nook    | Retro/Dignified  |Green/Brown |  50 |
 ==================MARIO THEME================================================
|Brick Block      |  -----  | Balloons  |  Retro/Playful   |  Brown x2  | 256 |
|Coin             |  -----  | Balloons  |  Retro/Playful   | Yellow x2  | 256 |
|Flagpole         |  -----  | Balloons  |  Retro/Playful   |White/Brown | 256 |
|Fire Flower      |  -----  | Balloons  |  Retro/Playful   |White/Colrfl| 256 |
|Super Mushroom   |  -----  | Balloons  |  Retro/Playful   | Red/Orange | 256 |
|Koopa Shell      |  -----  | Balloons  |  Retro/Playful   |  Green x2  | 256 |
|Starman          |  -----  | Balloons  |  Retro/Playful   | Yellow x2  | 256 |
|1-Up Mushroom    |  -----  | Balloons  |  Retro/Playful   |Green/Orange| 256 |
|? Block          |  -----  | Balloons  |  Retro/Playful   |Orange/Brown| 256 |
|Green Pipe       |  -----  | Balloons  |  Retro/Playful   |  Green x2  | 256 |
|Fire Bar         |  -----  | Balloons  |  Retro/Playful   | Red/Brown  | 256 |
|Cannon           |  -----  | Balloons  |  Retro/Playful   |  Black x2  | 256 |
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~NINTENDO SET~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Yoshi's Egg      |  -----  |Nook Points|  Retro/Playful   |Green/White | 256 |
|Banana           |  -----  |Nook Points|  Trendy/Playful  | Yellow x2  | 256 |
|Triple Shells    |  -----  |Nook Points|  Trendy/Playful  |   Red x2   | 256 |
|Kart             |  -----  |Nook Points|  Trendy/Playful  | Red/Black  | 256 |
|Master Sword     |  2,800  | **Nook**  |  Retro/Playful   | Blue/Gray  | 700 |
|Arwing           |  7,200  | **Nook**  |  Trendy/Playful  | Blue/Gray  |1,800|
|Triforce         | 20,000  |   Redd    |  Retro/Playful   | Yellow x2  |2,500|
|Metroid          |  -----  | Gulliver  |  Trendy/Playful  | Blue/Gray  |3,000|
 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~OTHER FURNITURE~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Birthday Cake    |  -----  | Birthday  |  Trendy/Playful  |White/Colrfl|   0 |
|Jack-in-the-Box  |  -----  | Halloween |  Trendy/Playful  |Green/Colrfl|1,031|
|Kadomatsu        |  2,580  |SeasonalJPN| Retro/Dignified  |  Green x2  | 645 |
|Kagamimochi      |  1,800  |SeasonalJPN| Retro/Dignified  |White/Brown | 450 |
|Hinaningyo       |  2,560  |SeasonalJPN|  Retro/Playful   |Red/Colorful| 640 |
|Big Festive Tree |  2,480  | Seasonal  |  Trendy/Playful  |Green/Colrfl| 620 |
|Festive Tree     |  1,300  | Seasonal  |  Trendy/Playful  |Green/Colrfl| 345 |
|Festive Flag     |    680  |Seasonal NA|??Trendy/Playful??|  ????????  | 170 |
|Festive Candle   |  1,600  |Seasonal NA|??Trendy/Playful??|  ????????  | 400 |
|Lovely Phone     |  -----  |  K and K  |  Trendy/Playful  |  Pink x2   |2,600|
|Music Box        |  -----  |  K and K  |  Retro/Playful   | Red/White  |1,050|
|Portrait         |  -----  |  K and K  |  Trendy/Playful  |Yellow/Brown|  50 |
|Box of Tissues   |  -----  |ABD Deposit| Trendy/Dignified |  White x2  | 320 |
|Piggy Bank       |  -----  |ABD Deposit|  Retro/Playful   |  Pink x2   |1,120|
|ABD              |  -----  |ABD Deposit| Trendy/Dignified |  Gray x2   |   0 |
|Leaf             |  -----  | Festival  |  Trendy/Playful  |  Green x2  |   0 |
|Gold Trophy      |  -----  |FishTourney|  Trendy/Playful  |Yellow/Brown|2,450|
|Silver Trophy    |  -----  |FishTourney|  Trendy/Playful  | Gray/Brown |1,800|
|Bug Trophy       |  -----  |  Bug-off  |  Trendy/Playful  |Yellow/Brown|2,450|
|Rice Cake        |  -----  |FestivalJPN|  Trendy/Playful  |Black/Colrfl| 300 |
|Dango            |  -----  |FestivalJPN|  Trendy/Playful  |White/Brown | 888 |
|Bamboo Grass     |  -----  |FestivalJPN|  Trendy/Playful  |Green/Colrfl| 770 |
|Resetti Model    |  -----  |Festival NA|??Trendy/Playful??|  ????????  |  ?  |
|Cool Globe       |  -----  |Festival NA|??Trendy/Playful??|  ????????  |  ?  |
|Picnic Basket    |  -----  |Festival NA|??Trendy/Playful??|  ????????  |  ?  |
|Sailboat Model   |  -----  |Festival NA|??Trendy/Playful??|  ????????  |  ?  |
|Wheat Bundle     |  -----  |Festival NA|??Trendy/Playful??|  ????????  |  ?  |
|Espresso Maker   |  -----  |FestivalEUR|??Trendy/Playful??|  ????????  |  ?  |
|Stuffed Stocking |  -----  |FestivalEUR|??Trendy/Playful??|  ????????  |  ?  |
|Snow Globe       |  -----  |FestivalEUR|??Trendy/Playful??|  ????????  |  ?  |
|Veggie Basket    |  -----  |FestivalEUR|??Trendy/Playful??|  ????????  |  ?  |
|Yut              |  -----  |FestivalKOR|??Trendy/Playful??|  ????????  |  ?  |
|Hibiscus         |  -----  |FestivalKOR|??Trendy/Playful??|  ????????  |  ?  |
|Bureom           |  -----  |FestivalKOR|??Trendy/Playful??|  ????????  |  ?  |
|House Model      |  -----  | HRA score |  Trendy/Playful  | Green/Red  | 450 |
|Wide House Model |  -----  | HRA score |  Trendy/Playful  | Green/Red  | 450 |
|Two-Story Model  |  -----  | HRA score |  Trendy/Playful  | Green/Red  | 450 |
|Town Hall Model  |  -----  |Wait 1 year|  Trendy/Playful  |  Brown x2  | 450 |
|Nook's Cranny    |  -----  |Nook Points|  Trendy/Playful  |Green/Brown | 450 |
|Nook 'n' Go      |  -----  |Nook Points|  Trendy/Playful  | Blue/White | 450 |
|Nookway          |  -----  |Nook Points|  Trendy/Playful  |Green/White | 450 |
|Nookington's     |  -----  |Nook Points|  Trendy/Playful  |  White x2  | 450 |
|Museum Model     |  -----  |Full Museum|  Trendy/Playful  |Green/White | 450 |
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*The Classroom Set is split into two parts, the latter containing the Lefty and
Righty Desk. This Set is separated in the catalog for some reason.
**The Spa Theme is also separated, and contains the Washbasin a bit further
along the catalog.

There are a few interesting prices and such--the Mario Theme sells for 256 (as
in 256-bit) and the Snowman Series sells for 8,888 (8 looks like a snowman.)
Some Halloween items sell for 1,031 (10th month, day 31), and Jingle items sell
for 12,024 (12th month, day 24).
The Safe's buy price is not a multiple of 10 and is instead a seemingly random
combination of numbers... like the combination of a lock!
The Egg Series' sell price has round, closed numbers (9,000/8,888), in the
shape of an egg.

FENG SHUI
===============
Here's a list of all Feng Shui-affected items:

RED
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Mushroom Bed x2     Saw Horse            Quince Bonsai      Basic Red Bed
Mushroom Table      Jackhammer           Metal Guitar x2    Super Mushroom
Mushroom Stand      Red Drum x2          Upright Piano      Fire Bar
Mushroom TV         Haz-Mat Barrel x2    Metronome x2       Triple Shells x2
Jingle Bed          Red Corner           Trash Bin          Kart
Jingle Dresser      Sandbag              Stool x2           Hinaningyo
Jingle Wardrobe     Garden Gnome         Pagoda             Music Box
Jingle Sofa x2      Lawn Mower x2        Lantern            House Model
Jingle Chair x2     Barbecue x2          Campfire           Wide House Model
Jingle Table        Tiki Torch           Bonfire            Two-Story Model
Jingle Shelves      Dolly x2             Stove              Nice Painting
Jingle Piano        Clear Model          Doghouse           Drilloid Set x2
Jingle Clock        Giant Dharma x2      Life Ring          Fizzoid Set x2
Jingle Lamp         Dharma x2            Snowboard x2       Mini Squelchoid x2
Gorgeous Bed        Mini-Dharma x2       Sleigh             Mega Howloid x2
Gorgeous Sofa x2    White Golf Bag       Daffodil           Howloid x2
Gorgeous Seat x2    Red Armchair x2      Red Boom Box x2    Mega Harmonoid
Gorgeous Stool      Red Sofa x2          Red Clock          Harmonoid
Gorgeous Counter    Red Vase             Gas Pump x2        Timpanoid Set x2
Gorgeous Lamp       Watermelon Chair     Extinguisher x2    Red Cosmos x2
Rocket              Watermelon Table     Fire Hydrant x2    Red Pansies x2
Detour Arrow x2     Apple TV x2          Candy Machine      Orange Pansies
Handcart x2         Apple Clock          Phone Box x2       Red Tulips x2
Iron Frame x2       Tulip Chair          Vacuum Cleaner     Red Roses x2
Orange Cone x2      Tulip Table          Executive Toy      Red Carnation x2
Traffic Cone x2     Maple Bonsai         Throne
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

YELLOW
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Exotic Lamp       Screen              Kayak x2              Banana x2 
Classic Sofa x2   Paper Tiger         Tea Set               Triforce x2 
Regal Lamp        Sword               Diver Dan             Portrait
Blue Bed          Bow                 Treasure Chest        Gold Trophy
Blue Table        Samurai Suit        Sunflower             Bug Trophy
Snowman TV        Bucket x2           Phonograph            Common Painting
Gorgeous Stool    Lucky Cat           Gold Stereo           Flowery Painting
Lunar Lander      Lefty Lucky Cat     Cube Clock            Jolly Painting
Flying Saucer     Lucky Gold Cat x2   Odd Clock x2          Sproid Set x2 
Steam Roller      Lemon Table         Glow Clock            Squelchoid
Striped Cone      Melon Chair         Gold Econo-Chair x2   Yellow Cosmos x2 
Cement Mixer x2   Daffodil Chair      Wheat Field x2        Yellow Pansies x2 
Oil Drum x2       Daffodil Table      Pineapple Bed x2      Orange Pansies
Judge's Bell      Jasmine Bonsai      Candle                Yellow Tulips x2 
Picnic Table x2   Pyramid             Throne                Yellow Roses x2 
Sprinkler x2      Sphinx              Basic Yellow Bed      Gold Roses x2 
Elephant Slide    Mummy's Casket      Coin x2               Dandelions x2 
Cash Register     Mountain Bike       Starman x2 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
GREEN
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ranch Couch        Hospital Bed        Hawthorn Bonsai      Koopa Shell x2 
Ranch Armchair     Baby Panda          Pothos               1-Up Mushroom
Ranch Tea Table    Tall Cactus         Coconut Palm         Green Pipe x2 
Green Bed          Cactus              Pachira              Yoshi's Egg
Green Dresser      Round Cactus        Caladium             Jack-in-the-Box
Green Wardrobe x2  Green Golf Bag      Dracaena             Kadomatsu x2 
Green Chair x2     Green Lava Lamp x2  Lady Palm            Big Festive Tree
Green Bench x2     Screen              Aloe                 Festive Tree
Green Table x2     Deer Scare x2       Rubber Tree          Leaf x2 
Green Desk x2      Bath Mat x2         Snake Plant          Bamboo Grass
Green Lamp         Lemon Table         Fan Palm             House Model
Green Counter      Lime Chair x2       Corn Plant           Wide House Model
Green Pantry x2    Pear Wardrobe       Bromeliaceae         Two-Story Model
Robo-Lamp          Pear Dresser        Weeping Fig          Nook's Cranny
Jingle Bed         Watermelon Chair    Rock Guitar          Nookway
Jingle Dresser     Melon Chair         Tennis Table x2      Museum Model
Jingle Wardrobe    Watermelon Table    Billiard Table       Clankoid Set x2 
Jingle Table       Lily-Pad Table x2   Mahjong Table        Puffoid Set x2 
Jingle Shelves     Froggy Chair x2     Mountain Bike        Mini Plinkoid
Jingle Piano       Tulip Chair         Sleeping Bag x2      Dekkoid x2 
Jingle Clock       Tulip Table         Tea Set              Buzzoid Set
Jingle Lamp        Iris Chair          Retro Fridge x2      Strumboid Set
Desert Cactus      Iris Table          Clothesline Pole     Croakoid x2 
Green Drum x2      Daffodil Chair      Treasure Chest       Mega Squelchoid x2 
Garden Gnome       Daffodil Table      Sunflower            Squelchoid
Bird Bath x2       Ponderosa Bonsai    Washer/Dryer x2      Squat Nebuloid
Train Set          Pine Bonsai         Glow Clock           Tall Nebuloid
Florence Flask     Mugho Bonsai        Jade Econo-Chair x2  Mega Sputnoid
Right Platform     Holly Bonsai        Fan x2               Mega Quazoid x2 
Left Platform      Azalea Bonsai       Basic Green Bed      Lucky Clover
High-Jump Mat
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

RED-YELLOW
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Jingle Bed        Jingle Lamp        House Model        Pop Bloom Shirt
Jingle Dresser    Garden Gnome       Wide House Model   Watermelon Shirt
Jingle Wardrobe   Watermelon Chair   Two-Story Model    Strawberry Shirt
Jingle Table      Watermelon Table   Gelato Shirt       Reggae Shirt
Jingle Shelves    Tulip Chair        Jade Check Print   New Year's Shirt 2014
Jingle Piano      Tulip Table        Waffle Shirt       New Year's Shirt 2025
Jingle Clock

YELLOW-GREEN
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Screen           Tea Set          Dapper Shirt      Military Uniform
Lemon Table      Treasure Chest   Monkey Shirt      Latin Uniform 
Melon Chair      Sunflower        Shirt Circuit     New Year's Shirt 2015
Daffodil Chair   Glow Clock       Pulse Shirt       New Year's Shirt 2024
Daffodil Table   Club Shirt       Caterpillar Tee   Squelchoid
Mountain Bike    Bright Shirt     Kiwi Shirt
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Note that size makes no difference in determining Feng Shui scores. You get one
point for a x1 and two points for a x2 item regardless of size.


FUNCTIONS
===============
Certain items will react when you 'operate' them by pressing A or C. The most
common and useful functions include lights that turn on, stereos and closets
that contain music and items, and instruments that can be played.

-Lights can be turned on and off. If you have a light on in your main room,
it'll show through your window and be seen from outside the house. Common items
that can perform this function include lamps, lanterns, and candles.
-Certain items will store music (which can later be removed) and play it. Walk
closer to an item like this and you'll hear the music louder, walk to the far
end of the room and it'll fade a little. Check out the music player in another
resident's house to see what they're playing. Common items that can perform
this funcion include stereos, boom boxes, the Phonograph, and the Jukebox.
-Many smaller items can be placed on a table or other surface. The individual
item can be rotated while on the table. Try it out with some flowers.
-You can sit in/on some items. Common items that can perform this function
include chairs, benches, sofas, toilets and stools.
-You can lie down on some items. Common items that can perform this function
include beds, the wrestling corners, the Hammock, and the Lab Bench. You can
also replace the bed in your attic/room, by having another bed in your
inventory and interacting with the bed in your room.
-Televisions can be turned on and will play a series of still images, with
random babbling and noise.
-Musical instruments will either play the Town Tune, or play along with any
music that's playing on your stereo. Their tempo matches that of the song.
-Clocks tell time.
-There are also a bunch of item-specific funtions, including...
  -The Globe will spin
  -The Arcade turns on, displaying Mario and Luigi in a fight
  -The Kitchen Sink has a working tap
  -The Doghouse apparently has a real, and evil, dog in it
  -The Candy Machine can be operated
...Try stuff out and see what else you can discover!

======--------------------------------------------------
====¦b. Wallpaper                            ++[WALL]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

There are 87 wallpaper items, one of which (Old Wallpaper) is not listed in the
catalog. Some wallpaper belongs to a specific Series, Theme, or in one instance
Set, and some are not attached to any particular group. Almost all wallpaper
have corresponding flooring.
  ______________  _______  __________  _____________    ____    ________
 /Wallpaper name\/ Price \/ Location \/ Series/Theme\__/Sell\__/Flooring\_____
/---SERIES WALLPAPER----------------------------------------------------------\
|Exotic Wall      | 1,420 |   Nook    |  Exotic       |   635 |Exotic Rug     |
|Lovely Wall      | 1,880 |   Nook    |  Lovely       |   600 |Lovely Carpet  |
|Classic Wall     | 2,100 |   Nook    |  Classic      |   525 |Classic Carpet |
|Ranch Wall       | 1,450 |   Nook    |  Ranch        |   362 |Ranch Flooring |
|Cabana Wall      | 1,480 |   Nook    |  Cabana       |   370 |Cabana Flooring|
|Blue Wall        | 1,260 |   Nook    |  Blue         |   315 |Blue Flooring  |
|Modern Wall      | 1,450 |   Nook    |  Modern       |   362 |Modern Tile    |
|Regal Wall       | 2,240 |   Nook    |  Regal        |   560 |Regal Carpet   |
|Green Wall       | 1,050 |   Nook    |  Green        |   262 |Green Rug      |
|Cabin Wall       | 1,200 |   Nook    |  Cabin        |   300 |Cabin Rug      |
|Kiddie Wall      | 1,500 |   Nook    |  Kiddie       |   375 |Kiddie Carpet  |
|Robo-Wall        | 1,780 |   Nook    |  Robo         |   445 |Robo-Floor     |
|Snowman Wall     | ----- | Snowballs |  Snowman      | 8,888 |Snowman Carpet |
|Forest Wall      | ----- | Mushrooms |  Mushroom     |   420 |Forest Floor   |
|Egg Wall         | ----- | Bunny Day |  Egg          | 8,888 |Egg Floor      |
|Pave Wall        | ----- | Festivale |  Pave         | 1,800 |Pave Floor     |
|Spooky Wall      | ----- | Halloween |  Spooky       |10,310 |Spooky Carpet  |
|Harvest Wall     | ----- |Harv. Fstvl|  Harvest      | 1,200 |Harvest Rug    |
|Jingle Wall      | ----- | Christmas |  Jingle       |12,240 |Jingle Carpet  |
|Princess Wall    |124,000|GracieGrace|  Princess     |31,000 |Princess Carpet|
|Gracie Wallpaper |124,000|GracieGrace|  Gracie       |31,000 |Gracie Carpet  |
|Sweets Wall      |124,000|GracieGrace|  Sweets       |31,000 |Sweets Floor   |
|Gorgeous Wall    |124,000|GracieGrace|  Gorgeous     |31,000 |Gorgeous Floor |
|---THEME/SET WALLPAPER-------------------------------------------------------|
|Western Vista    | ----- |  Saharah  |  Western      | 1,500 |Western Desert |
|Lunar Horizon    | ----- |  Saharah  |  Space        | 1,900 |Lunar Surface  |
|Blue Tarp        | ----- |  Saharah  |  Construction | 1,400 |Closed Road    |
|Ringside Seating | ----- |  Saharah  |  Boxing       | 2,250 |Boxing Ring Mat|
|Backyard Fence   |   800 |   Nook    |  Backyard     |   200 |Backyard Lawn  |
|Playroom Wall    | 1,320 |   Nook    |  Nursery      |   330 |Playroom Rug   |
|Sea View         | ----- |  Pascal   |  Pirate       | 1,000 |Ship Deck      |
|Lab Wall         | 1,460 |   Nook    |  Mad Scientist|   365 |Lab Floor      |
|Classroom Wall   | ----- |  Saharah  |  Classroom*   | 1,500 |Classroom Floor|
|Bathhouse Wall   | ----- |  Saharah  |  Spa          | 1,500 |Bath Tile      |
|---OTHER WALLPAPER-----------------------------------------------------------|
|Pastel-Dot Wall  | 1,480 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   370 |Pastel-Dot Rug |
|Parlor Wall      | 1,120 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   280 |Checkered Tile |
|Mod Wall         | 1,200 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   300 |Ceramic Tile   |
|Kitschy Wall     | 1,240 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   310 |Kitschy Tile   |
|Groovy Wall      | 1,280 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   320 |Diner Tile     |
|Backgammon Wall  | 1,800 |  Saharah  |  -----------  | 1,800 |Chessboard Rug |
|Mosaic Wall      | 2,100 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   525 |Mosaic Tile    |
|Blue-Trim Wall   | 1,420 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   355 |Red Tile       |
|Plaster Wall     |   880 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   220 |Old Board Floor|
|Chic Wall        | 1,960 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   490 |Plush Carpet   |
|Ornate Wall      | 1,580 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   395 |Ornate Rug     |
|Citrus Wall      | 1,120 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   280 |Citrus Carpet  |
|Rose Wall        | 2,240 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   560 |Fancy Carpet   |
|Old Brick Wall   | 1,200 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   300 |Charcoal Tile  |
|Shoji Screen     | ----- |  Saharah  |  -----------  | 1,875 |Tatami         |
|Gold Screen Wall | 2,180 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   545 |Planked Tatami |
|Tea-Room Wall    | 1,750 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   437 |Plank Flooring |
|Modern Screen    | 1,150 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   287 |Birch Flooring |
|Garden Wall      | 1,600 |  Saharah  |  -----------  | 1,600 |Mossy Carpet   |
|Mortar Wall      | ----- |  Saharah  |  -----------  | 1,750 |Sand Garden    |
|Stone Wall       |   800 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   200 |Stone Tile     |
|Concrete Wall    |   800 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   200 |Steel Flooring |
|Basement Wall    | ----- |S./Basement|  -----------  | 1,875 |Basement Floor |
|Shanty Wall      |   800 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   200 |Shanty Mat     |
|Wood Paneling    | 1,320 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   330 |Cowhide Rug    |
|Floral Wall      | 2,250 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   562 |Palace Tile    |
|Kitchen Wall     | 1,120 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   280 |KitchenFlooring|
|Music-Room Wall  | ----- |  Saharah  |  -----------  | 1,600 |MusicRoom Floor|
|Manor Wall       | 1,050 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   262 |Opulent Rug    |
|Office Wall      | ----- |  Saharah  |  -----------  | 1,750 |Office Flooring|
|Plaza Wall       | 1,960 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   490 |Plaza Tile     |
|Lattice Wall     | 1,780 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   445 |Kitchen Tile   |
|Stately Wall     | 2,450 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   612 |Round Carpet   |
|Imperial Wall    | 2,660 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   665 |Imperial Tile  |
|Arched Window    | 2,150 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   537 |Parquet Floor  |
|Bamboo Wall      | 1,150 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   287 |Bamboo Flooring|
|Ivy Wall         | 1,250 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   312 |Slate Flooring |
|Ancient Wall     | ----- |  Saharah  |  -----------  | 2,300 |Ancient Tile   |
|Exquisite Wall   | 1,470 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   367 |Exquisite Rug  |
|Persian Wall     | 1,480 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   370 |Persian Rug    |
|Industrial Wall  | ----- |  Saharah  |  -----------  | 1,875 |Concrete Floor |
|Library Wall     | 1,680 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   420 |Tartan Rug     |
|Illusion Wall    | 1,360 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   340 |Illusion Floor |
|Meadow Vista     | 2,000 |   Nook    |  -----------  | 2,000 |Daisy Meadow   |
|Tropical Vista   | 2,300 |   Nook    |  -----------  | 2,300 |Tropical Floor |
|Desert Vista     | 2,250 |   Nook    |  -----------  | 2,250 |Sahara's Desert|
|Chainlink Fence  | 2,400 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   600 |Sandlot        |
|Tree-Lined Wall  | ----- |  Saharah  |  -----------  | 1,850 |Sidewalk       |
|Sky Wall         | 1,200 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   300 |Cloud Flooring |
|Cityscape Wall   | 1,600 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   400 |  -----------  |
|Dirt-Clod Wall   |   800 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   200 |Dirt-Clod Floor|
|Common Wall      | 1,240 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   310 |Common Floor   |
|Old Wallpaper    | ----- |Villagers**|  -----------  |     0 |Old Flooring   |
|---MARIO THEME WALLPAPER-----------------------------------------------------|
|Mushroom Mural   | ----- | Balloons  |  Mario        |   256 |Block Floor    |
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*Presumably.
**When Saharah is around, some villagers may give you this.

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====¦c. Flooring                             ++[FLOR]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

There are 85 flooring items, one of which (Old Flooring) is not listed in the
catalog. Some flooring belongs to a specific Series, Theme, or in one instance
Set, and some are not attached to any particular group. All flooring have
corresponding wallpaper.
  _______________  _______  __________  _____________  ______  ___________
 / Flooring name \/ Price \/ Location \/ Series/Theme\/ Sell \/ Wallpaper \___
/---SERIES FLOORING-----------------------------------------------------------\
|Exotic Rug       | 1,820 |   Nook    |  Exotic       |   455 |Exotic Wall    |
|Lovely Carpet    | 1,980 |   Nook    |  Lovely       |   495 |Lovely Wall    |
|Classic Carpet   | 2,300 |   Nook    |  Classic      |   575 |Classic Wall   |
|Ranch Flooring   | 1,750 |   Nook    |  Ranch        |   437 |Ranch Wall     |
|Cabana Flooring  | 1,680 |   Nook    |  Cabana       |   420 |Cabana Wall    |
|Blue Flooring    | 1,580 |   Nook    |  Blue         |   395 |Blue Wall      |
|Modern Tile      | 1,540 |   Nook    |  Modern       |   385 |Modern Wall    |
|Regal Carpet     | 2,850 |   Nook    |  Regal        |   712 |Regal Wall     |
|Green Rug        | 1,540 |   Nook    |  Green        |   385 |Green Wall     |
|Cabin Rug        | 1,540 |   Nook    |  Cabin        |   385 |Cabin Wall     |
|Kiddie Carpet    | 1,630 |   Nook    |  Kiddie       |   407 |Kiddie Wall    |
|Robo-Floor       | 2,400 |   Nook    |  Robo         |   600 |Robo-Wall      |
|Snowman Carpet   | ----- | Snowballs |  Snowman      | 8,888 |Snowman Wall   |
|Forest Floor     | ----- | Mushrooms |  Mushroom     |   420 |Forest Wall    |
|Egg Floor        | ----- | Bunny Day |  Egg          | 8,888 |Egg Wall       |
|Pave Floor       | ----- | Festivale |  Pave         | 1,800 |Pave Wall      |
|Spooky Carpet    | ----- | Halloween |  Spooky       |10,310 |Spooky Wall    |
|Harvest Rug      | ----- |Harv. Fstvl|  Harvest      | 1,200 |Harvest Wall   |
|Jingle Carpet    | ----- | Christmas |  Jingle       |12,240 |Jingle Wall    |
|Princess Carpet  |124,000|GracieGrace|  Princess     |31,000 |Princess Wall  |
|Gracie Carpet    |124,000|GracieGrace|  Gracie       |31,000 |Gracie Wall    |
|Sweets Floor     |124,000|GracieGrace|  Sweets       |31,000 |Sweets Wall    |
|Gorgeous Floor   |124,000|GracieGrace|  Gorgeous     |31,000 |Gorgeous Wall  |
|---THEME/SET FLOORING--------------------------------------------------------|
|Western Desert   | ----- |  Saharah  |  Western      | 1,700 |Western Vista  |
|Lunar Surface    | ----- |  Saharah  |  Space        | 2,000 |Lunar Horizon  |
|Closed Road      | ----- |  Saharah  |  Construction | 1,625 |Blue Tarp      |
|Boxing Ring Mat  | ----- |  Saharah  |  Boxing       | 2,500 |RingsideSeating|
|Backyard Lawn    |   880 |   Nook    |  Backyard     |   220 |Backyard Fence |
|Playroom Rug     | 1,360 |   Nook    |  Nursery      |   340 |Playroom Wall  |
|Ship Deck        | ----- |  Pascal   |  Pirate       | 1,000 |Sea View       |
|Lab Floor        | 1,280 |   Nook    |  Mad Scientist|   320 |Lab Wall       |
|Classroom Floor  | ----- |  Saharah  |  Classroom*   | 1,500 |Classroom Wall |
|Bath Tile        | ----- |  Saharah  |  Spa          | 1,700 |Bathhouse Wall |
|---OTHER FLOORING------------------------------------------------------------|
|Pastel-Dot Rug   | 1,300 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   325 |Pastel-Dot Wall|
|Checkered Tile   | 1,680 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   420 |Parlor Wall    |
|Ceramic Tile     | 1,390 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   347 |Mod Wall       |
|Diner Tile       | 1,300 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   325 |Groovy Wall    |
|Kitschy Tile     | 1,280 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   320 |Kitschy Wall   |
|Red Tile         | 1,680 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   420 |Blue-Trim Wall |
|Mosaic Tile      | 2,300 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   575 |Mosaic Wall    |
|Chessboard Rug   | ----- |  Saharah  |  -----------  | 2,075 |Backgammon Wall|
|Plaza Tile       | 2,180 |   Nook    |  -----------  | 2,180 |Plaza Wall     |
|Palace Tile      | 3,200 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   800 |Floral Wall    |
|Imperial Tile    | 2,980 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   745 |Imperial Wall  |
|Kitchen Tile     | 1,890 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   472 |Lattice Wall   |
|Stone Tile       | 2,750 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   687 |Stone Wall     |
|Charcoal Tile    |   800 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   200 |Old Brick Wall |
|Tatami           | ----- |  Saharah  |  -----------  | 2,125 |Shoji Screen   |
|Planked Tatami   | 1,340 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   335 |GoldScreen Wall|
|Mossy Carpet     | ----- |  Saharah  |  -----------  | 2,000 |Garden Wall    |
|Sand Garden      | ----- |  Saharah  |  -----------  | 1,750 |Mortar Wall    |
|Slate Flooring   | 1,380 |  Saharah  |  -----------  | 1,380 |Ivy Wall       |
|Concrete Floor   | ----- |  Saharah  |  -----------  | 1,800 |Industrial Wall|
|Basement Floor   | ----- |S./Basement|  -----------  | 2,125 |Basement Wall  |
|Parquet Floor    | 2,350 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   587 |Arched Window  |
|Old Board Floor  |   880 |S./Basement|  -----------  |   220 |Plaster Wall   |
|Kitchen Flooring | 1,230 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   307 |Kitchen Wall   |
|Music-Room Floor | ----- |  Saharah  |  -----------  | 1,800 |Music-Room Wall|
|Office Flooring  | ----- |  Saharah  |  -----------  | 1,700 |Office Wall    |
|Opulent Rug      | 1,230 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   307 |Manor Wall     |
|Plush Carpet     | 2,160 |  Saharah  |  -----------  |   540 |Chic Wall      |
|Ornate Rug       | 2,100 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   525 |Ornate Wall    |
|Fancy Carpet     | 2,980 |  Saharah  |  -----------  |   745 |Rose Wall      |
|Exquisite Rug    | 1,960 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   490 |Exquisite Wall |
|Persian Rug      | 1,280 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   320 |Persian Wall   |
|Tartan Rug       | 1,820 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   455 |Library Wall   |
|Round Carpet     | 1,080 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   270 |Stately Wall   |
|Citrus Carpet    | 1,330 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   332 |Citrus Wall    |
|Cowhide Rug      | 1,540 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   385 |Wood Paneling  |
|Birch Flooring   |   800 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   200 |Modern Screen  |
|Plank Flooring   |   800 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   200 |Tea-Room Wall  |
|Bamboo Flooring  | 1,360 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   340 |Bamboo Wall    |
|Steel Flooring   | 1,480 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   370 |Concrete Wall  |
|Shanty Mat       |   720 |  Saharah  |  -----------  |   180 |Shanty Wall    |
|Ancient Tile     | 2,400 |   Nook    |  -----------  | 2,400 |Ancient Wall   |
|Illusion Floor   | 1,600 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   400 |Illusion Wall  |
|Daisy Meadow     | ----- |  Saharah  |  -----------  | 1,800 |Meadow Vista   |
|Tropical Floor   | ----- |  Saharah  |  -----------  | 2,050 |Tropical Vista |
|Saharah's Desert | ----- |  Saharah  |  -----------  | 1,800 |Desert Vista   |
|Sandlot          | ----- |  Saharah  |  -----------  | 1,700 |Chainlink Fence|
|Sidewalk         | ----- |  Saharah  |  -----------  | 1,950 |Tree-Lined Wall|
|Cloud Flooring   | 1,480 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   370 |Sky Wall       |
|Common Floor     | 1,280 |   Nook    |  -----------  |   320 |Common Wall    |
|Old Flooring     | ----- |Villagers**|  -----------  |     0 |Old Wallpaper  |
|---MARIO THEME WALLPAPER-----------------------------------------------------|
|Block Floor      | ----- | Balloons  |  Mario        |   256 |Mushroom Mural |
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*Presumably.
**When Saharah is around, some villagers may give you this.

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====¦d. Clothing                             ++[CLTH]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

There are 346 clothing items in the catalog. Most can be bought at the Able
Sisters', a few dozen can be found at GracieGrace, and there are some
additional shirts that are found specially. Some shirts are only stocked at the
Ables' and GracieGrace during a certain season; these are listed at ABLE and at
GRCE, respectively.

Clothing Style and Colours are mainly useful when getting your shoes shined
(see SHOE), and Style is useful as well for determining a villager's reaction
to clothing (see TASK and ANML). Colours may be useful for HRA scores (??)

'Looks' are clothing sets that include a shirt, a hat, and possibly an
accessory. They are listed both in the chart below, and in their own chart at
the end of this section. There are a couple of instances where a shirt clearly
goes with a hat/accessory (like the Big and Li'l Bro Shirts), but have no Look.
Any Look with a '?' means that the name of that Look is currently unknown, but
I've given my best guess.

Note the Rainbow Shirt's price. Lucky number 7... end of the rainbow... get it?
The New Year's Shirts also sell for the same amount as the year they're for. :)
  _______________  _______  __________  _______  _________     ____   ______
 / Clothing name \/ Price \/ Location \/ Style \/ Colours \___/Sell\_/ Look \_
/-----------------------------------------------------------------------------\
|Work Uniform    | ----- |Nook's Jobs| Refined |  Green x2  |     0 |         |
|One-Ball Shirt  |   340 |  Ables'   |  Funky  | Yellow x2  |    85 |         |
|Two-Ball Shirt  |   340 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |  Blue x2   |    85 |         |
|Three-Ball Shirt|   340 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |   Red x2   |    85 |         |
|Four-Ball Shirt |   340 |  Ables'   |  Funky  | Purple x2  |    85 |         |
|Five-Ball Shirt |   340 |  Ables'   |  Funky  | Orange x2  |    85 |         |
|Six-Ball Shirt  |   340 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |  Green x2  |    85 |         |
|Seven-Ball Shirt|   340 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |  Brown x2  |    85 |         |
|Eight-Ball Shirt|   340 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |  Black x2  |    85 |         |
|Nine-Ball Shirt |   340 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |Yellow/White|    85 |         |
|Paw Shirt       |   360 |  Ables'   |  Funky  | Yellow x2  |    90 |         |
|Daisy Shirt     |   380 |  Ables'   |  Cute   |  Pink x2   |    95 |         |
|Tulip Shirt     |   280 |  Ables'   |  Cute   | Yellow/Red |    70 |         |
|Cherry Shirt    |   360 |  Ables'   |  Cute   |Yellow/Pink |    90 |         |
|Skull Shirt     |   320 |  Ables'   |  Cool   |Black/White |    80 |         |
|U R Here Shirt  |   350 |  Ables'   |  Cool   | Red/White  |    82 |         |
|Lightning Shirt |   380 |  Ables'   |Striking | Blue/White |    95 |         |
|MVP Shirt       |   370 |  Ables'   |  Cool   |  White x2  |    92 |         |
|BB Shirt        |   350 |  Ables'   |  Cool   |Black/White |    87 |         |
|Fish-Bone Shirt |   380 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |Yellow/Black|    95 |         |
|Frog Shirt      |   340 |  Ables'   |  Cute   |Green/Beige |    85 |         |
|Bear Shirt      |   390 |  Ables'   |  Cute   |Green/Brown |    97 |         |
|Bunny Shirt     |   360 |  Ables'   |  Cute   | Aqua/White |    90 |         |
|Elephant Shirt  |   260 |  Ables'   |  Cute   | Aqua/Blue  |    65 |         |
|Spade Shirt     |   360 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  | Aqua/Blue  |    85 |         |
|Diamond Shirt   |   360 |  Ables'   |  Cool   | Red/White  |    95 |         |
|Club Shirt      |   360 |  Ables'   | Subtle  |Yellow/Green|    90 |         |
|Heart Shirt     |   360 |  Ables'   |  Cute   |  Red/Pink  |    90 |         |
|Big Star Shirt  |   400 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |Yellow/Prple|   100 |         |
|Bright Shirt    |   320 |  Ables'   |  Gaudy  |Yellow/Green|    80 |         |
|A Shirt         |   370 |  Ables'   |  Funky  | Blue/White |    92 |         |
|No. 1 Shirt     |   250 |  Ables'   |  Cool   |  Red/Aqua  |    62 |         |
|No. 2 Shirt     |   250 |  Ables'   |  Funky  | Blue/White |    62 |         |
|No. 3 Shirt     |   250 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |Green/Orange|    62 |         |
|No. 4 Shirt     |   250 |  Ables'   |  Cute   |  Red/Pink  |    62 |         |
|No. 5 Shirt     |   250 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |Yellow/Prple|    62 |         |
|No. 23 Shirt    |   250 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |Aqua/Orange |    62 |         |
|No. 67 Shirt    |   250 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |Aqua/Orange |    62 |         |
|Big Bro's Shirt |   320 |  Ables'   |  Funky  | Red/White  |    80 |         |
|Li'l Bro's Shirt|   320 |  Ables'   | Refined |Green/White |    80 |         |
|Cloudy Shirt    |   320 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  | Aqua/White |    80 |         |
|Fresh Shirt     |   380 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  |Green/White |    95 |         |
|Dawn Shirt      |   380 |  Ables'   | Subtle  | Blue/Pink  |    95 |         |
|Misty Shirt     |   380 |  Ables'   | Refined |Green/White |    95 |         |
|Sunset Top      |   290 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  |Yellow/Ornge|    72 |         |
|Deep Blue Tree  |   380 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  | Aqua/Blue  |    95 |         |
|Peachy Shirt    |   390 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  |Yellow/Pink |    97 |         |
|Rainbow Shirt   |   777 |  Ables'   |  Gaudy  |Colorful x2 |   194 |         |
|Snowcone Shirt  |   420 |  Ables'   |  Cute   | Red/White  |   105 |         |
|Orange Tie-Dye  |   380 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  |Orange/White|    95 |         |
|Purple Tie-Dye  |   380 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  |Purple/White|    95 |         |
|Green Tie-Dye   |   380 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  |Green/White |    95 |         |
|Blue Tie-Dye    |   380 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  | Aqua/White |    95 |         |
|Red Tie-Dye     |   380 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  | Red/White  |    95 |         |
|Bold Check Shirt|   360 |  Ables'   |  Gaudy  | Yellow/Red |    90 |         |
|Cafe Shirt      |   420 |  Ables'   |  Cool   | Red/White  |   105 |         |
|Checkered Shirt |   390 |  Ables'   |  Cool   |Black/White |    97 |         |
|Blue Check Shirt|   380 |  Ables'   |  Cute   | Blue/White |    95 |         |
|Red Check Shirt |   330 |  Ables'   |  Cute   | Red/White  |    82 |         |
|Houndstooth Knit|   370 |  Ables'   | Refined | Gray/Black |    92 |         |
|Houndstooth Tee |   350 |  Ables'   | Subtle  |  Brown x2  |    87 |         |
|Rugby Shirt     |   360 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |Yellow/Blue |    90 |         |
|Green Bar Shirt |   320 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  |Green/White |    80 |         |
|Yellow Bar Shirt|   320 |  Ables'   | Subtle  |Yellow/White|    80 |         |
|Grape Stripe Tee|   320 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  | Purple x2  |    80 |         |
|Beatnik Shirt   |   360 |  Ables'   |  Funky  | Red/Black  |    90 |         |
|Red Bar Shirt   |   360 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  | Red/White  |    90 |         |
|Blue Stripe Knit|   340 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  | Blue/White |    85 |         |
|Gelato Shirt    |   330 |  Ables'   |  Cute   | Red/Green  |    82 |         |
|Chain-Gang Shirt|   260 |  Ables'   | Refined | Blue/White |    65 |         |
|Speedway Shirt  |   290 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  |  White x2  |    72 |         |
|Yellow Tartan   |   430 |  Ables'   | Subtle  |Yellow/Gray |   107 |         |
|Fall Plaid Shirt|   370 |  Ables'   | Refined |Yellow/Brown|    92 |         |
|Blue Tartan     |   390 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  | Aqua/White |    97 |         |
|Dapper Shirt    |   350 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |Yellow/Green|    87 |         |
|Natty Shirt     |   380 |  Ables'   |  Funky  | Blue/Pink  |    95 |         |
|Blue Grid Shirt |   340 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  | Aqua/Beige |    85 |         |
|Red Grid Shirt  |   360 |  Ables'   | Subtle  |Beige/Brown |    90 |         |
|Dazed Shirt     |   350 |  Ables'   |  Cute   |Pink/Purple |    87 |         |
|Checkerboard Tee|   340 |  Ables'   |  Cool   | Red/Black  |    85 |         |
|Toad Shirt      |   340 |  Ables'   |  Funky  | Red/White  |    85 |         |
|Dark Polka Shirt|   350 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  |Black/Colrfl|    87 |         |
|Lite Polka Shirt|   380 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |Colrfl/White|    95 |         |
|Bubble Gum Shirt|   380 |  Ables'   |  Cute   | Pink/White |    95 |         |
|Funky Dot Shirt |   430 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |Pink/Purple |   107 |         |
|Gumdrop Shirt   |   390 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  | Green/Pink |    97 |         |
|Big Dot Shirt   |   340 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |Yellow/White|    85 |         |
|Aqua Polka Shirt|   360 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  | Aqua/White |    90 |         |
|Blue Pinstripe  |   380 |  Ables'   | Refined | Green/Blue |    95 |         |
|Yellow Pinstripe|   360 |  Ables'   | Refined |Orange/Gray |    90 |         |
|Orange Pinstripe| 5,000 |GracieGrace| Strange |Green/Brown | 1,250 |         |
|Vegetarian Shirt|   280 |  Ables'   | Subtle  |Green/Orange|    70 |         |
|Racer Shirt     |   380 |  Ables'   |  Cool   | Blue/White |    95 |         |
|American Shirt  |   360 |  Ables'   |  Cute   |Colrfl/White|    90 |         |
|Rally Shirt     |   380 |  Ables'   |  Cool   |Colrfl/White|    95 |         |
|Racer 6 Shirt   |   380 |  Ables'   |  Cool   |Yellow/Black|    95 |         |
|Vertigo Shirt   |   380 |  Ables'   | Refined | Blue/White |    95 |         |
|Barber Shirt    |   640 |  Ables'   |Striking |  Red/Blue  |   160 |         |
|Jade Check Print|   360 |  Ables'   | Subtle  | Green/Red  |    90 |         |
|Blue Check Print|   360 |  Ables'   | Subtle  | Aqua/Blue  |    90 |         |
|Mint Gingham Top|   330 |  Ables'   | Subtle  |Green/Brown |    82 |         |
|Picnic Shirt    |   330 |  Ables'   | Refined |Pink/Purple |    82 |         |
|Candy Gingham   |   320 |  Ables'   |  Cute   | Pink/White |    80 |         |
|Lemon Gingham   |   340 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |Yellow/White|    85 |         |
|Melon Gingham   |   340 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  |Green/White |    85 |         |
|Bad Plaid Shirt |   420 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  |Yellow/Prple|   105 |         |
|Pink Tartan     |   420 |  Ables'   |  Cute   | Pink/White |   105 |         |
|Waffle Shirt    |   430 |  Ables'   | Refined | Red/Green  |   107 |         |
|Gray Tartan     |   420 |  Ables'   | Refined | Gray/White |   105 |         |
|Red Argyle Top  | 5,800 |GracieGrace|  Funky  |   Red x2   | 1,450 |         |
|Blue Argyle Top | 4,800 |GracieGrace| Subtle  | Blue/Gray  | 1,200 |         |
|Pink Argyle Top | 5,800 |GracieGrace|  Cute   | Pink/Gray  | 1,450 |         |
|Cyan Argyle Top | 5,400 |GracieGrace|  Fresh  | Aqua/Gray  | 1,350 |         |
|Chevron Shirt   |   320 |  Ables'   | Subtle  |Green/Beige |    80 |         |
|Icy Shirt       |   390 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  | Aqua/White |    97 |         |
|Aurora Knit     |   380 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  |Colrfl/White|    95 |         |
|Winter Sweater  |   290 |  Ables'   |  Cute   | Beige/Gray |    72 |         |
|Folk Shirt      |   380 |  Ables'   | Subtle  | Red/Beige  |    95 |         |
|Argyle Knit     |   460 |  Ables'   | Refined |Green/Colrfl|   115 |         |
|Uncommon Shirt  |   360 |  Ables'   | Strange | Red/Brown  |    90 |         |
|Comfy Sweater   |   360 |  Ables'   | Refined |Orange/Brown|    90 |         |
|Beige Knit      |   320 |  Ables'   | Subtle  |  Beige x2  |    80 |         |
|Earthy Knit     |   390 |  Ables'   | Refined |Beige/Brown |    97 |         |
|Spring Shirt    |   320 |  Ables'   |  Cute   | Blue/Beige |    80 |         |
|Spunky Knit     |   360 |  Ables'   |  Cute   |Green/Beige |    90 |         |
|Deer Shirt      |   380 |  Ables'   | Subtle  |Beige/White |    95 |         |
|Monkey Shirt    |   380 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |Yellow/Green|    95 |         |
|Vogue Top       |   380 |  Ables'   |  Cute   | Pink/White |    95 |         |
|Citrus Gingham  |   360 |  Ables'   |  Cute   |Yellow/Ornge|    90 |         |
|Floral Knit     |   420 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  |Purple/White|   105 |         |
|Dreamy Shirt    |   400 |  Ables'   |  Cute   | Aqua/Pink  |   100 |         |
|Flowery Shirt   |   400 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |Yellow/Ornge|   100 |         |
|Silk Bloom Shirt|   480 |  Ables'   |  Cute   |Green/Colrfl|   120 |         |
|Pop Bloom Shirt |   360 |  Ables'   | Strange | Red/Green  |    90 |         |
|Blossom Shirt   |   370 |  Ables'   |  Cute   |  Pink x2   |    92 |         |
|Loud Bloom Shirt|   360 |  Ables'   |  Gaudy  |Green/Purple|    90 |         |
|Rose Shirt      |   480 |  Ables'   |  Gaudy  | Red/White  |   120 |         |
|Rose Sky Shirt  |   320 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  |  Red/Aqua  |    80 |         |
|Lotus Shirt     |   400 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  | Aqua/Pink  |   100 |         |
|Chocomint Shirt |   340 |  Ables'   |  Funky  | Aqua/Brown |    85 |         |
|Fern Shirt      |   300 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  |  Green x2  |    75 |         |
|Blue Retro Shirt|   380 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  | Aqua/White |    95 |         |
|Orange Check Tee|   280 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |Orange/Beige|    70 |         |
|Leaf Shirt      |   260 |  Ables'   | Refined |Green/Brown |    65 |         |
|Fall Leaf Shirt |   280 |  Ables'   | Refined |Yellow/Brown|    70 |         |
|Straw Shirt     |   380 |  Ables'   | Refined |Orange/Beige|    90 |         |
|Grass Shirt     |   580 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  |  Green x2  |   145 |         |
|Snow Shirt      |   680 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  |  White x2  |   170 |         |
|Lovely Shirt    |   400 |  Ables'   |  Cute   |  Pink x2   |   100 |         |
|Bubble Shirt    |   410 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  | Aqua/Blue  |   102 |         |
|Chichi Print    |   180 |  Ables'   | Refined |Green/White |    45 |         |
|Coral Shirt     | 6,200 |GracieGrace| Strange |Yellow/Blue | 1,550 |         |
|Groovy Shirt    | 6,400 |GracieGrace|Striking |Yellow/Pink | 1,600 |         |
|Cool Shirt      | 6,400 |GracieGrace|  Fancy  |Orange/Beige| 1,600 |         |
|Swell Shirt     |   400 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  |Yellow/Brown|   100 |         |
|Blue Diamond Top|   370 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  |Purple/Black|    92 |         |
|Prism Shirt     |   370 |  Ables'   |  Gaudy  |Colrfl/White|    92 |         |
|Go-Go Shirt     |   360 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  |Aqua/Orange |    90 |         |
|Flame Shirt     |   360 |  Ables'   |  Cool   | Red/Black  |    90 |         |
|Danger Shirt    |   340 |  Ables'   |Striking |Orange/Black|    85 |         |
|Gracie's Top    | 6,200 |GracieGrace|Striking |Blue/Colrfl | 1,550 |         |
|Future Shirt    |   390 |  Ables'   |Striking |Yellow/Prple|    97 |         |
|Optical Shirt   |   430 |  Ables'   | Strange | Aqua/Pink  |   107 |         |
|Twinkle Shirt   |   480 |  Ables'   |  Gaudy  | Blue/White |   120 |         |
|Star Shirt      |   370 |  Ables'   |  Gaudy  |Beige/Colrfl|    92 |         |
|Night Sky Tee   |   420 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  | Blue/Black |   105 |         |
|Amethyst Shirt  |   360 |  Ables'   | Strange | Blue/Pink  |    90 |         |
|Nebula Shirt    |   390 |  Ables'   | Strange |Purple/White|    97 |         |
|Dice Shirt      |   340 |  Ables'   |Striking |Black/White |    85 |         |
|Kiddie Shirt    |   340 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |Colorful x2 |    85 |         |
|Airy Shirt      |   420 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  |  Pink x2   |   105 |         |
|Polar Fleece    |   360 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  |Yellow/Blue |    90 |         |
|Crossing Shirt  |   420 |  Ables'   | Strange |Green/Brown |   105 |         |
|Splendid Shirt  |   420 |  Ables'   | Strange |Orange/Prple|   105 |         |
|Jagged Shirt    |   360 |  Ables'   |  Gaudy  |Yellow/Aqua |    90 |         |
|Subdued Print   |   320 |  Ables'   | Refined |Orange/Brown|    80 |         |
|Sharp Outfit    |   280 |  Ables'   | Refined |Purple/White|    70 |         |
|Painter's Smock |   360 |  Ables'   | Refined |Purple/White|    90 |         |
|Blossoming Shirt|   390 |  Ables'   | Refined |Green/Orange|    97 |         |
|Jungle Camo     |   320 |  Ables'   |  Cool   |Green/Brown |    80 | Combat  |
|Arctic Camo     |   320 |  Ables'   |  Cool   | Gray/White |    80 |         |
|Desert Camo     |   320 |  Ables'   |  Cool   |Beige/Brown |    80 |         |
|Shirt Circuit   | 5,120 |GracieGrace|Striking |Yellow/Green| 1,280 |         |
|Pulse Shirt     | 6,000 |GracieGrace|Striking |Yellow/Green| 1,500 |         |
|Zebra Shirt     | 6,400 |GracieGrace|  Gaudy  |Black/White | 1,600 |         |
|Tiger Shirt     | 6,400 |GracieGrace|  Gaudy  |Yellow/Black| 1,600 |         |
|Cow Shirt       | 6,400 |GracieGrace|  Gaudy  |Black/White | 1,600 |         |
|Leopard Shirt   |   320 |  Ables'   |  Gaudy  |Yellow/Brown|    80 |         |
|Giraffe Shirt   | 6,200 |GracieGrace|  Gaudy  |Yellow/Brown| 1,550 |         |
|Ladybug Shirt   | 5,400 |GracieGrace|Striking | Red/Black  | 1,350 |         |
|Butterfly Shirt | 7,200 |GracieGrace|Striking |Colrfl/Black| 1,800 |         |
|Spiderweb Shirt |   320 |  Ables'   |Striking |Black/White |    80 |         |
|Caterpillar Tee | 6,800 |GracieGrace|Striking |Yellow/Green| 1,700 |         |
|Fiendish Shirt  |   680 |  Ables'   |Striking | Red/Black  |   170 |         |
|Citrus Shirt    |   640 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  |Orange/Beige|   160 |Tangerine|
|Kiwi Shirt      |   640 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |Yellow/Green|   160 |  Kiwi   |
|Watermelon Shirt|   640 |  Ables'   |  Funky  | Red/Green  |   160 |Watrmelon|
|Strawberry Shirt|   640 |  Ables'   |  Cute   | Red/Green  |   160 |Strawbery|
|Grape Shirt     |   640 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  |Green/Purple|   160 |  Grape  |
|Melon Shirt     |   640 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  |  Green x2  |   160 |  Melon  |
|Pink Wave Shirt |   420 |  Ables'   |  Gaudy  |  Pink x2   |   420 |         |
|Flan Shirt      | 5,200 |GracieGrace| Strange |Beige/Brown | 1,300 |         |
|Hot Dog Shirt   | 6,000 |GracieGrace|Striking |Colrfl/Brown| 1,500 |         |
|Sandwich Shirt  | 6,400 |GracieGrace|Striking |Colrfl/White| 1,600 |         |
|Noodle Shirt    |   380 |  Ables'   |Striking |Colrfl/White|    95 |         |
|Ugly Shirt      |   420 |  Ables'   |Striking |Green/Brown |   105 |         |
|Dragon Shirt    |   340 |  Ables'   |  Cool   |Orange/Black|    85 |         |
|Asian Shirt     |   380 |  Ables'   | Subtle  |Blue/Purple |    95 |         |
|Hot Spring Shirt|   520 |  Ables'   |  Cute   | Pink/Beige |   130 |         |
|New Spring Shirt|   520 |  Ables'   |  Cute   |Blue/Purple |   130 |         |
|Crewel Shirt    |   380 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  | Green/Gray |    95 |         |
|Tropical Shirt  |   370 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  | Red/Purple |    92 |         |
|Ribbon Shirt    |   370 |  Ables'   |  Cute   |Colrfl/White|    92 |         |
|Bodice          |   400 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  |Black/Brown |   100 |         |
|Laced Shirt     |   370 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  |Pink/Purple |    92 |         |
|Circus Shirt    |   370 |  Ables'   | Subtle  |Orange/White|    92 |         |
|Green Vest      |   380 |  Ables'   | Subtle  |Green/Beige |    95 |         |
|Yellow Bolero   |   430 |  Ables'   |  Cute   |Green/White |   107 |         |
|Noble Shirt     |   380 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  |Purple/Beige|    95 |         |
|Turnip Top      |   350 |  Ables'   |  Cute   |Green/White |    87 |         |
|Yodel Shirt     |   350 |  Ables'   |  Cute   |Aqua/Orange |    87 |         |
|Classic Top     |   350 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  |Pink/Purple |    87 |         |
|Gaudy Sweater   |   330 |  Ables'   |  Gaudy  |Colorful x2 |    82 |         |
|Red Aloha Shirt |   420 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  |   Red x2   |   105 |         |
|Blue Aloha Shirt|   420 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  |  Blue x2   |   105 |         |
|Western Shirt   |   350 |  Ables'   |  Cool   |  Brown x2  |    87 | Western |
|Red Riding Hoody|   350 |  Ables'   |  Cute   | Red/White  |    87 |         |
|Royal Shirt     |   380 |  Ables'   |  Cool   | Yellow/Red |    95 |  Regal  |
|Witch Shirt     | 7,200 |GracieGrace|  Fancy  |Purple/Black| 1,800 |  Witch  |
|Firefighter Tee |   320 |  Ables'   |  Cool   |Yellow/Black|    80 |Firefghtr|
|Graduation Gown |   320 |  Ables'   | Subtle  |White/Brown |    80 |Graduate |
|Sky Shirt       |   360 |  Ables'   | Subtle  | Aqua/White |    90 |         |
|Captain's Shirt |   340 |  Ables'   |  Cool   |Yellow/Blue |    85 | Captain |
|Burglar's Shirt |   420 |  Ables'   |  Cool   | Blue/Black |   105 |  Ninja  |
|Jester Shirt    |   420 |  Ables'   |Striking |Yellow/Prple|   105 | Jester  |
|Doctor's Coat   |   300 |  Ables'   | Subtle  |  White x2  |    75 | Doctor  |
|Bone Shirt      |   280 |  Ables'   |Striking |Black/White |    70 |         |
|Zipper Shirt    |   320 |  Ables'   |  Cool   |Black/White |    80 |         |
|Mummy Shirt     |   180 |  Ables'   | Strange |  White x2  |    45 |  Mummy  |
|Military Uniform|   380 |  Ables'   |  Cool   |Yellow/Green|    95 |         |
|Sailor's Uniform|   320 |  Ables'   |  Cute   | Blue/White |    80 | Sailor  |
|Reggae Shirt    |   240 |  Ables'   |  Gaudy  | Red/Green  |    60 |         |
|Camel Shirt     |   280 |  Ables'   | Refined |  Brown x2  |    70 |         |
|Molecule Tee    |   360 |  Ables'   | Subtle  |Green/White |    90 | Alpine  |
|Concierge Shirt |   350 |  Ables'   |  Cool   |Black/White |    87 |         |
|Kimono          |   520 |  Ables'   |  Gaudy  |  Red/Aqua  |   130 |   Zen   |
|Tuxedo          | 7,600 |GracieGrace|  Cool   |  Black x2  | 1,900 |Masqurade|
|Explorer Shirt  |   400 |  Ables'   |  Cool   | Beige/Gray |   100 |Explorer |
|Dutch Shirt     |   280 |  Ables'   |  Cute   | Pink/White |    70 | Nordic  |
|Toga            |   280 |  Ables'   |Striking |  White x2  |    70 |         |
|Cake Shirt      | 6,000 |GracieGrace|  Cute   |  White x2  | 1,500 | Bridal  |
|Waitress Shirt  |   320 |  Ables'   |  Cute   |  Pink x2   |    80 |         |
|Princess Shirt  |   480 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  |Yellow/Aqua |   120 |         |
|Fairy Tale Shirt|   320 |  Ables'   |  Cute   |  Red/Aqua  |    80 |         |
|Spanish Shirt   |   360 |  Ables'   |  Gaudy  | Pink/Black |    90 |         |
|Latin Uniform   |   320 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |Yellow/Green|    80 |         |
|Red Down Vest   |   380 |  Ables'   |  Cute   | Red/White  |    95 |         |
|Blue Puffy Vest |   380 |  Ables'   |Striking |  Blue x2   |    95 |         |
|One-Way Tee     |   420 |  Ables'   |  Cool   |Yellow/Blue |    80 |Cavalier |
|Beaded Shirt    |   420 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  |Purple/Black|    80 |         |
|Nile Shirt      |   400 |  Ables'   |Striking |Yellow/White|    80 |         |
|Wrap Shirt      |   320 |  Ables'   |  Cool   |Beige/White |    80 |         |
|Wrestler Shirt  |   280 |  Ables'   |  Cool   | Yellow/Red |    80 |Wrestler |
|Security Shirt  |   420 |  Ables'   |  Cool   | Aqua/Black |    80 | Police  |
|Poncho          |   320 |  Ables'   | Refined |Orange/Brown|    80 | Reggae  |
|Fluffy Shirt    |   400 |  Ables'   |  Cute   | Pink/White |   100 |  Bunny  |
|Cat Top         |   640 |  Ables'   |  Cute   |  Blue x2   |   160 |   Cat   |
|Bear Top        |   640 |  Ables'   |  Funky  | Blue/Brown |   160 |  Bear   |
|Frog Top        |   640 |  Ables'   | Strange |  Green x2  |   160 |  Frog   |
|Kappa Suit      |   320 |  Ables'   |Striking |  Green x2  |    80 | Kapp'n  |
|Chinese Shirt   |   320 |  Ables'   | Subtle  | Red/Black  |    80 | Ornate  |
|Pep Squad Shirt |   280 |  Ables'   |  Funky  | Red/White  |    70 |         |
|Racing Shirt    |   460 |  Ables'   |  Cool   |Red/Colorful|   115 |  Racer  |
|Orange Jumpsuit |   200 |  Ables'   | Refined | Orange x2  |    50 | Laborer |
|Tin Shirt       |   400 |  Ables'   | Refined |  Gray x2   |   100 |         |
|Scale Armor Suit|   480 |  Ables'   |  Cool   | Aqua/Blue  |   120 | Viking  |
|Armor Suit      |   400 |  Ables'   |  Cool   |  Gray x2   |   100 | Knight  |
|Gold Armor Suit |   540 |  Ables'   |  Cool   | Yellow x2  |   135 | Warrior |
|Striking Outfit |   460 |  Ables'   |Striking |Yellow/Blue |   115 |         |
|Red Warmup Suit |   260 |  Ables'   |  Funky  |   Red x2   |    65 |         |
|Baseball Shirt  |   320 |  Ables'   |  Funky  | Red/White  |    80 |         |
|Red Sweatsuit   |   420 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  | Red/White  |   105 |         |
|Blue Sweatsuit  |   420 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  | Blue/White |   105 |         |
|Leather Jerkin  |   380 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  | Red/White  |    95 |         |
|Frock Coat      |   290 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  |Yellow/Prple|    72 |         |
|Jingle Shirt    |   420 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  | Red/White  |   105 |         |
|Space Suit      |   360 |  Ables'   |  Cool   | Blue/Gray  |    90 |Astronaut|
|Caveman Tunic   |   380 |  Ables'   | Strange |Yellow/Brown|    95 |         |
|Casual Outfit   |   360 |  Ables'   | Refined |  Blue x2   |    90 |         |
|Kung-Fu Gi      |   360 |  Ables'   |  Cool   |  Black x2  |    90 |         |
|Pleather Vest   | 6,200 |GracieGrace|  Cool   |  Black x2  | 1,550 |         |
|Maid Dress      | 7,200 |GracieGrace|  Cute   |Black/White | 1,800 |         |
|Trenchcoat      | 5,200 |GracieGrace| Refined |  Beige x2  | 1,300 |         |
|Detective Outfit|   480 |  Ables'   | Refined |  Brown x2  |   120 |Detective|
|Cycling Outfit  |   640 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  | Blue/Black |   160 | Cyclist |
|Chef's Outfit   |   640 |  Ables'   | Subtle  |  White x2  |   160 |  Chef   |
|Pirate's Coat   |   640 |  Ables'   |  Cool   |   Red x2   |   160 | Pirate  |
|Persian Coat    |   640 |  Ables'   |  Fancy  |Aqua/Purple |   160 | Persian |
|Folk Tunic      |   640 |  Ables'   |Striking |  Brown x2  |   160 | Native  |
|Egyptian Outfit |   640 |  Ables'   |  Fresh  |Yellow/White|   160 |Egyptian |
|Red Zap Suit    |   640 |  Ables'   |  Cool   | Red/White  |   160 |Red Hero |
|Blue Zap Suit   |   640 |  Ables'   |  Cool   | Blue/White |   160 |Blue Hero|
|Green Zap Suit  |   640 |  Ables'   |  Cool   |Green/White |   160 |GreenHero|
|Pink Zap Suit   |   640 |  Ables'   |  Cool   | Pink/White |   160 | Heroine |
|Samurai Suit    |   640 |  Ables'   | Refined |  Black x2  |   160 | Samurai |
|Bathrobe        | ----- |GracieGrace|  Fancy  |  White x2  |     0 |   Spa?  |
|Moldy Shirt     | ----- | Halloween | Strange |Beige/Brown |     0 |         |
|Patched Shirt   | ----- | Halloween | Refined | Beige/Gray |     0 |         |
|Hero's Clothes  | ----- |Nook Points|  Cool   |  Green x2  |     0 |  Link   |
|Varia Suit      | ----- |Nook Points|  Cool   |Yellow/Ornge|     0 |  Samus  |
|---NEW YEAR'S SHIRTS--------------------------------------------------DATE---|
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's | Strange |Yellow/Gray | 2,000 |  2000   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |Striking |  Red/Gray  | 2,001 |  2001   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |  Fresh  |  Red/Gray  | 2,002 |  2002   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |  Fancy  |Yellow/Gray | 2,003 |  2003   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's | Refined | Green/Gray | 2,004 |  2004   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |  Gaudy  | Green/Gray | 2,005 |  2005   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's | Subtle  |Yellow/Ornge| 2,006 |  2006   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |Striking |Orange/Black| 2,007 |  2007   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |  Cute   |Yellow/Black| 2,008 |  2008   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's | Subtle  | Yellow x2  | 2,009 |  2009   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |  Cool   | Green/Gray | 2,010 |  2010   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |  Funky  | Green/Gray | 2,011 |  2011   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's | Strange |Yellow/Gray | 2,012 |  2012   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |Striking |  Red/Gray  | 2,013 |  2013   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |  Fresh  | Red/Green  | 2,014 |  2014   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |  Fancy  |Yellow/Green| 2,015 |  2015   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's | Refined |Orange/Gray | 2,016 |  2016   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |  Gaudy  |Orange/Gray | 2,017 |  2017   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's | Subtle  | Yellow x2  | 2,018 |  2018   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |Striking |Yellow/Black| 2,019 |  2019   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |  Cute   | Gray/Black | 2,020 |  2020   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's | Subtle  |Yellow/Gray | 2,021 |  2021   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |  Cool   | Green/Gray | 2,022 |  2022   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |  Funky  | Green/Gray | 2,023 |  2023   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's | Strange |Yellow/Green| 2,024 |  2024   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |Striking | Red/Green  | 2,025 |  2025   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |  Fresh  | Red/Orange | 2,026 |  2026   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |  Fancy  |Yellow/Ornge| 2,027 |  2027   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's | Refined |Yellow/Gray | 2,028 |  2028   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |  Gaudy  |Yellow/Gray | 2,029 |  2029   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's | Subtle  |Yellow/Gray | 2,030 |  2030   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |Striking | Gray/Black | 2,031 |  2031   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |  Cute   | Gray/Black | 2,032 |  2032   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's | Subtle  |Yellow/Gray | 2,033 |  2033   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |  Cool   |  Green x2  | 2,034 |  2034   |
|New Year's Shirt| ----- |New Year's |  Funky  |  Green x2  | 2,035 |  2035   |
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====¦e. Umbrellas                            ++[UMBR]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

There are 34 umbrellas in the catalog. All can be bought at the Able Sisters',
except for four (GracieGrace) and one other, Peach's Parasol (Nook Points).

Umbrellas have no special properties. They won't affect shoe outcome at Kicks',
and villagers will never ask for them. They do look nice, though!

Note that when wearing an umbrella, you can still shake trees, unlike with
other tools/held items.
  _______________  _______  __________  ____  ______
 / Umbrella Name \/ Price \/ Location \/Sell\/Season\
/----------------------------------------------------
|Gelato Umbrella  |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Bat Umbrella     |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Lacy Parasol     |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Leaf Umbrella    |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Paper Parasol    |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Ribbon Umbrella  |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Red Umbrella     |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Blue Umbrella    |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Yellow Umbrella  |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Green Umbrella   |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Candy Umbrella   |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Melon Umbrella   |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Mint Umbrella    |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Picnic Umbrella  |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Lemon Umbrella   |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Toad Parasol     |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Eggy Parasol     |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Blue Dot Parasol |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Daisy Umbrella   |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Paw Umbrella     |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |--------
|Petal Parasol    | 3,200 |GracieGrace| 800 | Spring |
|Busted Umbrella  |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |--------
|Sunny Parasol    |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Beach Umbrella   |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |--------
|Elegant Umbrella | 3,200 |GracieGrace| 800 | Winter |
|Modern Umbrella  | 3,200 |GracieGrace| 800 | Autumn |
|Leopard Umbrella |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |--------
|Zebra Umbrella   |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Forest Umbrella  |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Flame Umbrella   |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Camo Umbrella    |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |
|Spider Umbrella  |   160 |  Ables'   |  40 |--------
|Gracie Umbrella  | 3,200 |GracieGrace| 800 | Summer |
|Peach's Parasol  | ----- |Nook Points|   0 |--------
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====¦f. Accessories                          ++[ACCS]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

There are 175 accessories and hats in the catalog. Most can be bought at either
the Able Sisters' or GracieGrace, with a few festival, DLC and Point System
accessories.

Accessory Style and Colours are mainly useful when getting your shoes shined
(see SHOE). Colours may be useful for HRA scores (??)

'Looks' are clothing sets that include a shirt, a hat, and possibly an
accessory. They are listed both in the chart below, and in their own chart at
CLTH. There are a couple of instances where a hat/accessory clearly goes with a
shirt (like the Big and Li'l Bro Hats), but have no Look. Any Look with a '?'
means that the name of that Look is currently unknown, but I've given my best
guess.
  ________________  _______  __________  _______   _________  ______  ______
 / Accessory Name \/ Price \/ Location \/ Style \_/ Colours \/ Sell \/ Look \_
/-----------------------------------------------------------------------------\
|White Cap        |    160 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |  White x2  |   40 |         |
|Red Cap          |    160 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |   Red x2   |   40 |         |
|Yellow Cap       |    160 |  Ables'   |  Cool  | Yellow x2  |   40 |         |
|Light Blue Cap   |    160 |  Ables'   | Fresh  |  Aqua x2   |   40 |         |
|Green Cap        |    160 |  Ables'   | Subtle |  Green x2  |   40 |         |
|Star Cap         |    160 |  Ables'   |  Cute  |  Pink x2   |   40 |         |
|1-Up Cap         |    160 |  Ables'   | Funky  |  Black x2  |   40 |         |
|Purple Cap       |    160 |  Ables'   | Gaudy  | Purple x2  |   40 |         |
|Blue Cap         |    640 |  Ables'   | Fresh  |  Blue x2   |  160 |         |
|Blue Pom-Pom Hat |    160 |  Ables'   | Subtle |  Blue x2   |   40 |         |
|Green Knit Hat   |    160 |  Ables'   |Refined |  Green x2  |   40 |         |
|Orange Knit Hat  |    160 |  Ables'   | Funky  | Orange x2  |   40 |         |
|Pink Knit Hat    |    160 |  Ables'   |  Cute  |  Pink x2   |   40 |         |
|Purple Knit Hat  |    160 |  Ables'   | Subtle |Purple/White|   40 |         |
|Red Pom-Pom Hat  |    160 |  Ables'   | Gaudy  | Red/White  |   40 |         |
|Badge Hat        |    160 |  Ables'   | Fresh  |Colrfl/White|   40 |         |
|Straw Hat        |    160 |  Ables'   | Fresh  |  Brown x2  |   40 |         |
|Grandpa Hat      |    240 |  Ables'   |Refined |  Gray x2   |   60 |         |
|Paperboy Cap     |    280 |  Ables'   | Subtle |  Aqua x2   |   70 |         |
|Beret            |    160 |  Ables'   |Refined |  Brown x2  |   40 |         |
|Dandy Hat        |    160 |  Ables'   |Striking| Aqua/White |   40 |         |
|Hunter's Cap     |    300 |  Ables'   |  Cute  | Red/White  |   75 |         |
|Detective Hat    |    240 |  Ables'   |Refined |Beige/Brown |   60 |Detective|
|Top Hat          |    400 |  Ables'   | Fancy  |  Black x2  |  100 |         |
|Puffy Hat        |    240 |  Ables'   | Fresh  |  Blue x2   |   60 |         |
|Gracie Hat       |  2,000 |GracieGrace|Striking|Blue/Colorfl|2,000 |         |
|Elegant Hat      |  6,400 |GracieGrace| Fresh  |  White x2  |1,600 |         |
|Bandana          |     80 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |   Red x2   |   20 |         |
|Tulip Hat        |    640 |  Ables'   | Funky  | Yellow x2  |  160 |         |
|Do-Rag           |    640 |  Ables'   | Fresh  |Yellow/Ornge|  160 |         |
|Swimming Cap     |     80 |  Ables'   |Striking| Yellow x2  |   20 |         |
|Wizard's Cap     |     80 |  Ables'   |Strange |  Green x2  |   20 |         |
|Newsprint Helmet |     80 |Able/Other*|  Cute  |  Gray x2   |   20 |         |
|Festive Hat      |    640 |  Ables'   | Fancy  | Red/White  |  160 |         |
|Big Bro's Hat    |    320 |  Ables'   | Gaudy  |   Red x2   |   80 |         |
|Li'l Bro's Hat   |    320 |  Ables'   | Gaudy  |  Green x2  |   80 |         |
|Wario Hat        | ------ |Nook Points|Striking| Yellow x2  |    0 |         |
|Bicycle Helmet   |    400 |  Ables'   | Fresh  |   Red x2   |  100 | Cyclist |
|Chef's Hat       |    160 |  Ables'   | Subtle |  White x2  |   40 |  Chef   |
|Combat Helmet    |    960 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |Green/Colrfl|  240 | Combat  |
|Scholar's Hat    |    420 |  Ables'   | Subtle |  Brown x2  |  105 |Graduate |
|Safety Helmet    |    300 |  Ables'   |Refined | Yellow x2  |   75 | Laborer |
|Police Cap       |    480 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |  Black x2  |  120 | Police  |
|Explorer's Hat   |    160 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |  Gray x2   |   40 |Explorer |
|Captain's Hat    |    360 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |  White x2  |   90 | Captain |
|Sailor's Hat     |    300 |  Ables'   |  Cute  | Blue/White |   75 | Sailor  |
|Silk Hat         |    120 |  Ables'   |Striking| Red/Green  |   30 | Ornate  |
|Outback Hat      |    160 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |  Beige x2  |   40 | Western |
|Dutch Hat        |    310 |  Ables'   |  Cute  |  White x2  |   80 | Nordic  |
|Sombrero         |    240 |  Ables'   |Refined |  Brown x2  |   60 | Reggae  |
|Tyrolean Hat     |    160 |  Ables'   | Subtle |  Green x2  |   40 | Alpine  |
|Viking Helmet    |    540 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |  Gray x2   |  135 | Viking  |
|Cavalier Hat     |    360 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |  Black x2  |   90 |Cavalier |
|Pirate's Hat     |    240 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |  Black x2  |   60 | Pirate  |
|Jester's Cap     |    360 |  Ables'   |Striking|Yellow/Prple|   90 | Jester  |
|Witch's Hat      |  4,800 |GracieGrace| Fancy  |  Black x2  |1,200 |  Witch  |
|Melon Hat        |    640 |  Ables'   | Fresh  |  Green x2  |  160 |  Melon  |
|Strawberry Hat   |    640 |  Ables'   |  Cute  |  Red/Pink  |  160 |Strawbery|
|Kiwi Hat         |    640 |  Ables'   | Funky  |  Brown x2  |  160 |  Kiwi   |
|Mandarin Hat     |    640 |  Ables'   | Fresh  |Green/Orange|  160 |Tangerine|
|Watermelon Hat   |    640 |  Ables'   | Funky  |  Green x2  |  160 |Watrmelon|
|Grape Hat        |    640 |  Ables'   | Fancy  |Green/Purple|  160 |  Grape  |
|Red Ribbon       |    160 |  Ables'   |  Cute  |   Red x2   |   40 |         |
|Blue Ribbon      |    160 |  Ables'   | Fresh  |  Blue x2   |   40 |         |
|Yellow Ribbon    |    160 |  Ables'   | Funky  | Yellow x2  |   40 |         |
|Heart Hairpin    |    160 |  Ables'   |  Cute  |  Pink x2   |   40 |         |
|Star Hairpin     |    160 |  Ables'   | Fancy  | Yellow x2  |   40 |         |
|Moon Hairpin     |    160 |  Ables'   | Funky  | Yellow x2  |   40 |         |
|Green Feather    | ------ | Town Fund | Fresh  |  Green x2  |   50 |         |
|Blue Feather     | ------ | Town Fund | Fresh  |  Blue x2   |   60 |         |
|Yellow Feather   | ------ | Town Fund | Fresh  | Yellow x2  |   70 |         |
|Red Feather      | ------ | Town Fund | Fresh  |   Red x2   |   80 |         |
|Purple Feather   | ------ | Town Fund | Fresh  | Purple x2  |   90 |         |
|White Feather    | ------ | Town Fund | Fresh  |  White x2  |  100 |         |
|Rainbow Feather  | ------ | Town Fund | Fresh  |Colorful x2 |  110 |         |
|Halo             |  2,400 |  Ables'   |Striking| Yellow x2  |   600|         |
|Royal Crown      |1.2 mil |  Ables'   | Fresh  | Yellow/Red |300000|  Regal  |
|Crown            | 1 mil  |  Ables'   | Fresh  | Yellow x2  |250000|         |
|Black Knit Cap   |    120 |  Ables'   |  Cute  | Pink/Black |   30 |         |
|Pilot's Cap      |    720 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |Yellow/Ornge|  180 |         |
|Fireman's Hat    |    960 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |  Black x2  |  240 |Firefghtr|
|Baby's Hat       |    160 |  Ables'   |  Cute  |  White x2  |   40 |         |
|Turban           |    600 |  Ables'   | Fancy  |  White x2  |  150 | Persian |
|Warbonnet        |  1,000 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |Colorful x2 |  250 | Native  |
|Kaffiyeh         |    160 |  Ables'   | Fresh  |  White x2  |   40 |         |
|Cow Bone         |    160 |  Ables'   |Striking|  White x2  |   40 | Native  |
|Samurai Wig      |  1,200 |  Ables'   | Subtle | Hair Color |  300 |         |
|Geisha Wig       |  1,600 |  Ables'   | Gaudy  | Hair Color |  400 |   Zen   |
|Ninja Hood       |    240 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |  Blue x2   |   60 |  Ninja  |
|Powdered Wig     |    160 |  Ables'   |Refined |  Gray x2   |   40 |         |
|Afro Wig         |    160 |  Ables'   | Fresh  | Hair Color |   40 |         |
|Regent Wig       |    160 |  Ables'   | Fresh  | Hair Color |   40 |         |
|Mohawk Wig       |    160 |  Ables'   | Fresh  | Hair Color |   40 |         |
|Pigtail          |    120 |  Ables'   |Striking| Hair Color |   30 | Ornate  |
|Bun Wig          |    480 |  Ables'   |  Cute  | Hair Color |  120 |         |
|Tiara Hair       |  7,200 |GracieGrace| Fancy  | Hair Color |1,800 |         |
|Bridal Veil      |  7,200 |GracieGrace|  Cute  |  White x2  |1,800 |  Bridal |
|Headband         |  4,800 |GracieGrace| Fancy  |  White x2  |1,200 | Cyclist |
|Bunny Hood       |  1,600 |  Ables'   |  Cute  |  White x2  |  400 |  Bunny  |
|Cat Cap          |    120 |  Ables'   |  Cute  |  Blue x2   |   30 |   Cat   |
|Bear Cap         |    120 |  Ables'   | Funky  |  Brown x2  |   30 |  Bear   |
|Frog Cap         |    120 |  Ables'   |Strange |  Green x2  |   30 |  Frog   |
|Kappa Cap        |    120 |  Ables'   |Striking|  Green x2  |   30 | Kapp'n  |
|Helmet           |  2,000 |  Ables'   |Refined |Yellow/Black|  500 | Samurai |
|Hero's Cap       | ------ |Nook Points|  Cool  |  Green x2  |    0 |  Link   |
|Racing Helmet    |  1,200 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |   Red x2   |  300 |  Racer  |
|Motocross Helmet |  1,400 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |  Blue x2   |  350 |  Racer  |
|Football Helmet  |  1,200 |  Ables'   | Fresh  | Yellow x2  |  300 |         |
|Knight's Helmet  |  1,000 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |  Gray x2   |  250 | Knight  |
|Roman Helmet     |  1,200 |  Ables'   |  Cool  | Yellow x2  |  300 | Warrior |
|Diving Mask      |  2,200 |  Ables'   | Gaudy  | Yellow x2  |  550 |         |
|Space Helmet     |  2,400 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |  Aqua x2   |  600 |Astronaut|
|Ski Mask         |    600 |  Ables'   |  Cute  |  Black x2  |  150 |         |
|Wrestling Mask   |    900 |  Ables'   |  Cute  |   Red x2   |  225 |Wrestler |
|Dressing         |    120 |  Ables'   |  Cute  |  White x2  |   30 |  Mummy  |
|Retro Helmet     |  5,000 |GracieGrace|Refined |  Green x2  |1,250 |         |
|Red Zap Helmet   |    120 |  Ables'   |  Cool  | Red/White  |   30 |Red Hero |
|Blue Zap Helmet  |    120 |  Ables'   |  Cool  | Blue/White |   30 |Blue Hero|
|Green Zap Helmet |    120 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |Green/White |   30 |GreenHero|
|Pink Zap Helmet  |    120 |  Ables'   |  Cool  | Pink/White |   30 | Heroine |
|Red Ogre Mask    | ------ |SetsubunJPN|Strange |   Red x2   |  160 |         |
|Blue Ogre Mask   | ------ |SetsubunJPN|Strange |  Blue x2   |  160 |         |
|Majora's Mask    | ------ |Nook Points|Strange |  White x2  |    0 |         |
|Samus Mask       | ------ |Nook Points|  Cool  |  White x2  |    0 |  Samus  |
|Midna's Mask     | ------ |Nook Points|Striking|  White x2  |    0 |         |
|Toad Hat         | ------ |Nook Points|Striking|  White x2  |    0 |         |
|Pumpkin Head     | ------ | Halloween | Fancy  | Orange x2  |    0 |         |
|King Tut Mask    | 12,000 |  Ables'   |Strange |Yellow/Blue |3,000 |Egyptian |
|Blue Frames      |    120 |  Ables'   | Funky  |  Blue x2   |   30 |         |
|Red Glasses      |    120 |  Ables'   | Fancy  |   Red x2   |   30 |         |
|Yellow Glasses   |    120 |  Ables'   |Striking| Yellow x2  |   30 |         |
|Mint Glasses     |    120 |  Ables'   |Refined |  Aqua x2   |   30 |         |
|Purple Glasses   |    120 |  Ables'   | Gaudy  | Purple x2  |   30 |         |
|Green Glasses    |    120 |  Ables'   | Subtle |  Green x2  |   30 |         |
|Brown Glasses    |    120 |  Ables'   | Fresh  |  Brown x2  |   30 |         |
|Pink Glasses     |    120 |  Ables'   |  Cute  |  Pink x2   |   30 |         |
|Thick Glasses    |    160 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |  Black x2  |   40 |         |
|Silver Frame     |    120 |  Ables'   | Fancy  |  Gray x2   |   30 |         |
|Rimmed Glasses   |    120 |  Ables'   | Funky  | Aqua/Black |   30 |         |
|Funky Glasses    |    120 |  Ables'   |Strange | Purple x2  |   30 |         |
|Tortoise Specs   |  5,220 |GracieGrace| Fancy  |  Brown x2  |1,300 |         |
|Gracie Glasses   |  6,200 |GracieGrace|Striking|Blue/Colorfl|1,550 |         |
|Pilot Shades     |  2,400 |  Ables'   |Striking|  Black x2  |  600 |         |
|Sporty Shades    |    160 |  Ables'   |Refined |  Blue x2   |   40 |         |
|Huge Shades      |    160 |  Ables'   | Gaudy  | Red/Black  |   40 |         |
|Triangle Shades  |    120 |  Ables'   | Subtle |  Black x2  |   30 |         |
|Tiny Shades      |    120 |  Ables'   | Fresh  |  Black x2  |   30 |         |
|Heart Shades     |  4,800 |GracieGrace| Funky  | Pink/Black |1,200 |         |
|Star Shades      |  4,800 |GracieGrace| Funky  |Yellow/Black|1,200 |         |
|3-D Glasses      |    120 |  Ables'   |  Cute  |  Red/Blue  |   30 |         |
|Masquerade Mask  |  4,800 |GracieGrace|  Cool  |  White x2  |1,200 |Masqurade|
|Superhero Mask   |  1,200 |  Ables'   | Fancy  |  Black x2  |  300 |         |
|Goggles          |    280 |  Ables'   | Funky  | Aqua/Black |   70 |         |
|Snorkel Mask     |    320 |  Ables'   | Subtle | Aqua/Black |   80 |         |
|Eye Mask         |    160 |  Ables'   |Strange |  Green x2  |   40 |         |
|HMD              |  1,800 |  Ables'   |Striking|  Gray x2   |  450 |         |
|Monocle          |    240 |  Ables'   |Refined | Aqua/Gray  |   60 |         |
|Doctor's Mirror  |    160 |  Ables'   | Subtle |  Gray x2   |   40 | Doctor  |
|Eye Patch        |    120 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |  Black x2  |   30 |         |
|Post-Op Patch    |    120 |  Ables'   | Fresh  |  White x2  |   30 |         |
|Gas Mask         |    240 |  Ables'   |Striking|  Gray x2   |   60 |         |
|Hockey Mask      |    200 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |  White x2  |   50 |         |
|Clown Mask       |    640 |  Ables'   |Striking|Black/White |  160 |         |
|Red Nose         |     80 |  Ables'   |Striking|   Red x2   |   20 |         |
|Stache & Glasses |    240 |  Ables'   | Funky  | Red/Black  |   60 |         |
|Big Bro Mustache |    600 |  Ables'   |Strange |  Black x2  |  150 |         |
|Bad Bro Stache   | ------ |Nook Points|Striking|  Black x2  |    0 |         |
|Curly Mustache   |    160 |  Ables'   |Striking|  Black x2  |   40 |         |
|King's Beard     |  8,000 |  Ables'   |Refined |  White x2  |2,000 |         |
|Doctor's Mask    |     80 |  Ables'   | Fresh  |  White x2  |   20 |         |
|Pacifier         |    120 |  Ables'   |  Cute  |  Pink x2   |   30 |         |
|Beak             |    640 |  Ables'   |Strange | Yellow x2  |  160 |         |
|Lemon Pack       |    360 |  Ables'   |Striking| Yellow x2  |   90 |         |
|Cucumber Pack    |    360 |  Ables'   |Striking|  Green x2  |   90 |         |
|Bandage          |     80 |  Ables'   |  Cool  |  Brown x2  |   20 |         |
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*Also given by Tortimer during Boys' Day in May, if you have a Japanese copy.

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====¦g. Stationery                           ++[STNR]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

There are 56 pieces of stationery in the catalog, and 8 that appear only in
letters sent to you. All buyable stationery can be found at Nook's, with three
exceptions: The Invite Card, which will be given to you by Redd after
purchases, and the Birthday Card and Four-Leaf Paper, which can be transferred
via DS Suitcase Mode.

Since I had extra space, I added descriptions for the stationery. :)
  _______________  _____  ____        _____________
 /Stationery Name\/Price\/Sell\______/ Description \__________________________
/-----------------------------------------------------------------------------\
|Butterfly Paper  | 160 |  40 |                                               |
|Airmail Paper    | 160 |  40 | Red & blue airmail border, stamp in corner.   |
|New Year's Cards | 160 |  40 | Rainbow confetti against a white background.  |
|Lacy Paper       | 160 |  40 |                                               |
|Cloudy Paper     | 160 |  40 | Simplified white clouds, with sky at the top. |
|Petal Paper      | 160 |  40 | Scattered pink petals against white. Lineless.|
|Snowy Paper      | 160 |  40 | White with pale blue snowflakes across it.    |
|Maple-Leaf Paper | 160 |  40 |                                               |
|Lined Paper      | 160 |  40 | Looks like regular, lined notebook paper.     |
|Notebook Paper   | 160 |  40 |                                               |
|Flowery Paper    | 160 |  40 |                                               |
|Polka-Dot Paper  | 160 |  40 | Large, pastel dots of colour, against white.  |
|Ribbon Paper     | 160 |  40 | Red 'stitches', & a red ribbon in the corner. |
|Sparkly Paper    | 160 |  40 | Icy blue with sparkles. Edges are bumpy/round.|
|Vine Paper       | 160 |  40 | Plain white with green lines & an ivy border. |
|Card Paper       | 160 |  40 | Plain white with diff. suits in the 4 corners.|
|Leopard Paper    | 160 |  40 | Flat orange background with leopard spots.    |
|Cow Paper        | 160 |  40 | Textured, off-white background with cow spots.|
|Camouflage Paper | 160 |  40 |                                               |
|Hamburger Paper  | 160 |  40 | In a hamburger shape. Writing is in patties.  |
|Piano Paper      | 160 |  40 | Piano shape, light brown with keys at bottom. |
|Birthday Card    | 160 |  40 |                                               |
|Invite Card      | 160 |  40 | Redd's symbol in the corner. Teal border.     |
|Four-Leaf Paper  | 160 |  40 |                                               |
|Lovely Paper     | 160 |  40 |                                               |
|Rainbow Paper    | 160 |  40 | White paper, colorful lines and a neon border.|
|Egyptian Paper   | 160 |  40 | Wood texture, with hieroglyphs at the sides.  |
|Lotus Paper      | 160 |  40 | Watery border, with lily pads and lotuses.    |
|Tile Paper       | 160 |  40 | Dark blue and teal patterned border, teal bg. |
|Mosaic Paper     | 160 |  40 | Purple and teal, mosaic-like border.          |
|Elegant Paper    | 800 | 200 |                                               |
|Town-View Paper  | 160 |  40 |                                               |
|Chinese Paper    | 160 |  40 | Square spirals around, faded symbol in center.|
|Ocean Paper      | 160 |  40 | Underwater view, with light shining down.     |
|Industrial Paper | 160 |  40 | A border made of cogs and gears. Steampunky.  |
|Fireworks Paper  | 160 |  40 | Neon fireworks, reflected on the ground.      |
|Floral Paper     | 160 |  40 | Faded, scattered roses, with a tan border.    |
|Mushroom Paper   | 160 |  40 | Misty green forest, with glowing cyan shrooms.|
|Star Paper       | 160 |  40 | One giant star, rows of little stars (blue).  |
|Composer Paper   | 160 |  40 | Dull background, with pale purple music bars. |
|Bathtub Paper    | 160 |  40 | Bathtub floor view, with tiles and a drain.   |
|SMB3 Paper       | 160 |  40 | A Super Mario Bros. setting.                  |
|Cool Paper       | 160 |  40 | White paper with blue edges (right/left edge).|
|Forest Paper     | 160 |  40 |                                               |
|Bubble Paper     | 160 |  40 | Lined-up bubbles around the edge.             |
|Buttercup Paper  | 160 |  40 | Flower stencils, and a gradient in the center.|
|Tartan Paper     | 160 |  40 | Purple and green tartan pattern throughout.   |
|Plaid Paper      | 160 |  40 | Red and black plaid pattern throughout.       |
|Lemon-Lime Paper | 160 |  40 | Yellow and green vertical stripes. Summery.   |
|Crater Paper     | 160 |  40 | A lineless view of the moon's surface.        |
|Bejewled Paper   | 160 |  40 | Pale tan with a decorative, jewel/gold border.|
|Geometric Paper  | 160 |  40 |                                               |
|Southwest Paper  | 160 |  40 | Western-related symbols adorn the sides. Tan. |
|Night-Sky Paper  | 160 |  40 | The night sky, dotted with stars and streaks. |
|Chic Paper       | 160 |  40 | Forest green pattern, with gold/tan accents.  |
|Goldfish Paper   | 160 |  40 | Water's surface, with ripples and goldfish.   |
|OTHER STATIONERY---SENT BY---------------------------------------------------|
|Formal Paper     | Chip or Nat, when you win a fishing/bug competition.      |
|Snowman Paper    | Perfect snowmen, soon after building them (see SNOW).     |
|Nook Paper       | Tom Nook, when you order something from the catalog.      |
|Tortimer Paper   | Mayor Tortimer, on New Year's?                            |
|Academy Paper    | Lyle at the HRA, when sending your score, prizes, etc.    |
|Halloween Paper  | Jack, during Halloween.                                   |
|Lantern Paper    | The ABD, when you've recieved a prize.                    |
|Auction Paper    | Lloid at the Auction House, with auction information.     |
|Bulletin Paper   | When you send a letter to the Wii Message Board.          |
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====¦h. Miscellaneous                        ++[MISC]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

Not counting items listed elsewhere in this guide, there are 128 misc. items.
They range from festival and balloon cart trinkets to flowers to pitfall seeds.
   ___________     _______   __________   _________                    ______
 _/ Item Name \___/ Price \_/ Location \_/ Purpose \__________________/ Sell \
/-----------------------------------------------------------------------------\
|Bubble Wand      | ------ |  Phineas   | Press A to blow bubbles.    |  125  |
|Party Popper     | ------ | New Year's | Press A to release confetti.|  120  |
|Sparkler         | ------ | Fireworks  | Press A to activate.        |   30  |
|Roman Candle     | ------ | Fireworks  | Press A for mini fireworks! |   30  |
|Red Balloon      | ------ |  Phineas   | Helium-filled, equippable.  |  125  |
|Orange Balloon   | ------ |  Phineas   | Helium-filled, equippable.  |  125  |
|Yellow Balloon   | ------ |  Phineas   | Helium-filled, equippable.  |  125  |
|Green Balloon    | ------ |  Phineas   | Helium-filled, equippable.  |  125  |
|Cyan Balloon     | ------ |  Phineas   | Helium-filled, equippable.  |  125  |
|Blue Balloon     | ------ |  Phineas   | Helium-filled, equippable.  |  125  |
|Indigo Balloon   | ------ |  Phineas   | Helium-filled, equippable.  |  125  |
|Pink Balloon     | ------ |  Phineas   | Helium-filled, equippable.  |  125  |
|Bunny R. Balloon | ------ |  Phineas   | Helium-filled, equippable.  |  125  |
|Bunny O. Balloon | ------ |  Phineas   | Helium-filled, equippable.  |  125  |
|Bunny Y. Balloon | ------ |  Phineas   | Helium-filled, equippable.  |  125  |
|Bunny G. Balloon | ------ |  Phineas   | Helium-filled, equippable.  |  125  |
|Bunny C. Balloon | ------ |  Phineas   | Helium-filled, equippable.  |  125  |
|Bunny B. Balloon | ------ |  Phineas   | Helium-filled, equippable.  |  125  |
|Bunny I. Balloon | ------ |  Phineas   | Helium-filled, equippable.  |  125  |
|Bunny P. Balloon | ------ |  Phineas   | Helium-filled, equippable.  |  125  |
|Red Pinwheel     | ------ |  Phineas   | Spins faster when you run.  |  125  |
|Orange Pinwheel  | ------ |  Phineas   | Spins faster when you run.  |  125  |
|Yellow Pinwheel  | ------ |  Phineas   | Spins faster when you run.  |  125  |
|Green Pinwheel   | ------ |  Phineas   | Spins faster when you run.  |  125  |
|Cyan Pinwheel    | ------ |  Phineas   | Spins faster when you run.  |  125  |
|Blue Pinwheel    | ------ |  Phineas   | Spins faster when you run.  |  125  |
|Indigo Pinwheel  | ------ |  Phineas   | Spins faster when you run.  |  125  |
|Pink Pinwheel    | ------ |  Phineas   | Spins faster when you run.  |  125  |
|Sun Cosmos Bag   |     80 |   Nook's   | Plant to get Sun Cosmos.    |   20  |
|Yellow Cosmos    | ------ |Random/Plntd| Wearable. Colours: Yellow x2|   40  |
|White Cosmos Bag |     80 |   Nook's   | Plant to get White Cosmos.  |   20  |
|White Cosmos     | ------ |Random/Plntd| Wearable. Colours: White x2 |   40  |
|Red Cosmos Bag   |     80 |   Nook's   | Plant to get Red Cosmos.    |   20  |
|Red Cosmos       | ------ |Random/Plntd| Wearable. Colours: Red x2   |   40  |
|Orange Cosmos    | ------ | Hybridized | Wearable. Colours: Orange x2|   80  |
|Pink Cosmos      | ------ | Hybridized | Wearable. Colours: Pink x2  |   80  |
|Black Cosmos     | ------ | Hybridized | Wearable. Colours: Black x2 |  240  |
|Yellow Pansy Bag |     80 |   Nook's   | Plant to get Yellow Pansies.|   20  |
|Yellow Pansies   | ------ |Random/Plntd| Wearable. Colours: Yellow x2|   40  |
|White Pansy Bag  |     80 |   Nook's   | Plant to get White Pansies. |   20  |
|White Pansies    | ------ |Random/Plntd| Wearable. Colours: White x2 |   40  |
|Red Pansy Bag    |     80 |   Nook's   | Plant to get Red Pansies.   |   20  |
|Red Pansies      | ------ |Random/Plntd| Wearable. Colours: Red x2   |   40  |
|Orange Pansies   | ------ | Hybridized | Wearable. Colours: Orange x2|   80  |
|Purple Pansies   | ------ | Hybridized | Wearable. Colours:Blue/Black|   80  |
|Blue Pansies     | ------ | Hybridized | Wearable. Colours: Blue x2  |  240  |
|Yellow Tulip Bag |     80 |   Nook's   | Plant to get Yellow Tulips. |   20  |
|Yellow Tulips    | ------ |Random/Plntd| Wearable. Colours: Yellow x2|   40  |
|White Tulip Bag  |     80 |   Nook's   | Plant to get White Tulips.  |   20  |
|White Tulips     | ------ |Random/Plntd| Wearable. Colours: White x2 |   40  |
|Red Tulip Bag    |     80 |   Nook's   | Plant to get Red Tulips.    |   20  |
|Red Tulips       | ------ |Random/Plntd| Wearable. Colours: Red x2   |   40  |
|Pink Tulips      | ------ | Hybridized | Wearable. Colours: Pink x2  |   80  |
|Purple Tulips    | ------ | Hybridized | Wearable. Colours:Blue/Black|   80  |
|Black Tulips     | ------ | Hybridized | Wearable. Colours: Black x2 |  240  |
|Yellow Rose Bag  |     80 |   Nook's   | Plant to get Yellow Roses.  |   20  |
|Yellow Roses     | ------ |Random/Plntd| Wearable. Colours: Yellow x2|   40  |
|White Rose Bag   |     80 |   Nook's   | Plant to get White Roses.   |   20  |
|White Roses      | ------ |Random/Plntd| Wearable. Colours: White x2 |   40  |
|Red Rose Bag     |     80 |   Nook's   | Plant to get Red Roses.     |   20  |
|Red Roses        | ------ |Random/Plntd| Wearable. Colours: Red x2   |   40  |
|Orange Roses     | ------ | Hybridized | Wearable. Colours: Orange x2|   80  |
|Pink Roses       | ------ | Hybridized | Wearable. Colours: Pink x2  |   80  |
|Purple Roses     | ------ | Hybridized | Wearable. Colours:Blue/Black|  240  |
|Black Roses      | ------ | Hybridized | Wearable. Colours: Black x2 |  450  |
|Blue Roses       | ------ | Hybridized | Wearable. Colours: Blue x2  |2,500  |
|Gold Roses       | ------ | Hybridized |Wearable/don't wither. Yellow x2| 80 |
|Red Carn. Bag    | ------ |  Mom/Dad   | Plant to get Red Carnation. |   ??  |
|Red Carnation    | ------ |  Planted   | Wearable. Colours: Red x2   |  500  |
|Pink Carn. Bag   | ------ |  Mom/Dad   | Plant to get Pink Carnation.|   ??  |
|Pink Carnation   | ------ |  Planted   | Wearable. Colours: Pink x2  |  500  |
|White Carnation  | ------ | Hybridized | Wearable. Colours: White x2 |2,000  |
|Jacob's Ladder   | ------ |Perfect Town| Wearable. Colours: White x2 |   90  |
|Dandelions       | ------ |   Random   | Wearable. Colours: Yellow x2|   40  |
|Dandelion Puffs  | ------ | Dandelions | Press A to use. White x2    |   50  |
|Lucky Clover     | ------ |   Random   | Wearable. Colours:Green/Whte|   80  |
|Porceletta       | ------ |   Beach    | Sell or use as furniture.   |   30  |
|Sand Dollar      | ------ |   Beach    | Sell or use as furniture.   |   60  |
|Dall's Top       | ------ |   Beach    | Sell or use as furniture.   |   90  |
|Venus Comb       | ------ |   Beach    | Sell or use as furniture.   |  150  |
|Coral            | ------ |   Beach    | Sell or use as furniture.   |  250  |
|Conch            | ------ |   Beach    | Sell or use as furniture.   |  350  |
|White Scallop    | ------ |   Beach    | Sell or use as furniture.   |  450  |
|Scallop          | ------ |   Beach    |Sell/give to Pascal for item.|  600  |
|Pearl Oyster     | ------ |   Beach    | Sell or use as furniture.   |1,200  |
|Apple            | ------ |Trees/Letter| Sell, eat, plant a new tree.|100/500|
|Cherry           | ------ |Trees/Letter| Sell, eat, plant a new tree.|100/500|
|Orange           | ------ |Trees/Letter| Sell, eat, plant a new tree.|100/500|
|Peach            | ------ |Trees/Letter| Sell, eat, plant a new tree.|100/500|
|Pear             | ------ |Trees/Letter| Sell, eat, plant a new tree.|100/500|
|Coconut          | ------ |Beach/Trees | Sell, eat, plant a new tree.|  500  |
|Sapling          |     60 |   Nook's   | Plant a tree (not on beach).|   15  |
|Cedar Sapling    |     60 |   Nook's   |Plant a tree on the top level|   15  |
|White Turnips    | 90-110 |    Joan    | Sell to Nook (prices change)| 30-700|
|Spoiled Turnips  | ------ |WeekOldTrnip| Throw it away, it's useless.|    0  |
|Red Turnip Seed  |  1,000 |    Joan    | Plant it for a Red Turnip.  |  250  |
|Red Turnip (tn)  | ------ |  Planted   | Dig up and sell, or water.  |    2  |
|Red Turnip (sm)  | ------ |Planted Day2| Dig up and sell, or water.  |  100  |
|Red Turnip(sm-md)| ------ |Planted Day3| Dig up and sell, or water.  |  500  |
|Red Turnip (md)  | ------ |Planted Day4| Dig up and sell, or water.  |2,000  |
|Red Turnip(md-lg)| ------ |Planted Day5| Dig up and sell, or water.  |4,000  |
|Red Turnip (lg)  | ------ |Planted Day6| Dig up and sell, or water.  |8,000  |
|Red Turnip (hg)  | ------ |Planted Day7| Dig up and sell. Max size.  |16,000 |
|Bell Bag         | ------ |  Various   | Add to wallet or ABD.       | ----- |
|Bell Coin        | ------ |  Various   | Add to wallet or ABD.       | ----- |
|Medicine         |    400 |   Nook's   | Heal injuries/sick villagers|   100 |
|Pitfall Seed     | ------ |Buried/L & F| Bury to trap villager/player|   100 |
|Fossil (unknown) | ------ |   Buried   | Get Blathers to identify it.|     0 |
|Empty Can        | ------ |Fishing (sm)| Throw it away, it's useless.|     0 |
|Boot             | ------ |Fishing (md)| Throw it away, it's useless.|     0 |
|Old Tire         | ------ |Fishing (lg)| Throw it away, it's useless.|     0 |
|Blue Candy       | - /400 |Nook/Fstivls| Save it for Halloween/eat it|   100 |
|Red Candy        | - /400 |Nook/Fstivls| Save it for Halloween/eat it|   100 |
|Yellow Candy     | - /400 |Nook/Fstivls| Save it for Halloween/eat it|   100 |
|Green Candy      | - /400 |Nook/Fstivls| Save it for Halloween/eat it|   100 |
|Elegant Mushroom | ------ |Random (Nov)| Sell it/might get Mush item |10,000 |
|Round Mushroom   | ------ |Random (Nov)| Sell it/might get Mush item |   200 |
|Skinny Mushroom  | ------ |Random (Nov)| Sell it/might get Mush item |   300 |
|Flat Mushroom    | ------ |Random (Nov)| Sell it/might get Mush item |   200 |
|Rare Mushroom    | ------ |Random (Nov)| Sell it/might get Mush item |16,000 |
|Present          | ------ |  Various   | Open it for an item.        |     0 |
|Delivery Present | ------ | Villagers  | Deliver it (or open it! :P) |     0 |
|Key              | ------ |Fishing (sm)| Return it to its owner.     |     0 |
|Knife and Fork   | ------ |HarvestFstvl|Give it to Franklin for items|     0 |
|Chocolate Heart  | ------ |Valentine's | Eat it or display it.       |   100 |
|Empty Lamp       | ------ |Random Event| Return it to Wisp at night. |     0 |
|Spaceship Part   | ------ |Random Event| Return it to Gulliver.      |     0 |
|Bunny Egg        | ------ | Bunny Day  | Crack open for Foil.        |     0 |
|Bunny Foil       | ------ | Bunny Day  | Trade with Zipper for items.|     0 |
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¦     3. Tools ++[TOOL]++                                                     ¦
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All Basic tools are 500 Bells at Nook's, with the exception of the axe (400
Bells) and Shopping Card (obtained differently). The three Silver tools
available at Nook 'n' Go will be 500 Bells as well.

   Fishing Rod
Basic - The basic fishing rod has a smaller range than the other two and
doesn't attract fish as easily. It's still a very useful tool early on, as fish
are a big part of completing the Museum and earning Bells.
Silver - The silver fishing rod is a little better at bringing fish in and has
a wider range. After Nook has upgraded to Nook 'n' Go, he will occasionally
have one of these in stock.
Gold - After you've completed your Fish List by catching each species of fish
at least once, Tortimer will (-at your house/etc) and give you a Golden Rod.
This is a large improvement over the others and attracts fish easily.

   Net
Basic - Your first net will be functionable, if not fancy. Bugs aren't a very
reliable source of income, but they're fun to catch and neccesary for
completion.
Silver - This net is quieter than its predecessor, making it easier to sneak up
on unsuspecting bugs. It can be found at Nook 'n' Go like the Silver Rod.
Gold: Similar to the Golden Rod, the Golden Net is obtained by completing your
Bug List - Tortimer will again pay you a visit to deliver the net. It has a
larger opening, and will trap bugs with ease.

   Shovel
Basic - Shovels are useful for gardening, digging up Gyroids and Fossils, and
attacking your neighbours. Actually, it's easier to do that with a net, but if
you REALLY hate them, metal should hurt quite a bit more :)
Silver - Visit the city at 8 pm and you may find that the traffic cones at the
east end have been pushed aside to reveal the Reset Surveillance Center.
Enter, talk to Mr. Resetti, and he'll give you this shovel. It has a 10% chance
to increase the amount of Bells you get from Bell Rocks.
Gold - Bury a shovel (yes, with another shovel) and wait for 48 hours. Now dig
it up! Over the course of two nights, it'll have turned into the infinitely
more useful Golden Shovel. This shovel can be used to plant Bell Trees!

   Axe
Basic - The basic axe will break after you've chopped down x trees--thus,
you'll want to upgrade as soon as you can to ensure you always have an axe on
hand.  It'll also be somewhat rare if your Nook's is in its first stage.
Silver - You'll need to have the fountain in your town (more on this @ HALL).
Toss in a regular axe to summon Serena, answer her questions as you wish, and
if you're lucky you'll get either this or the Golden Axe.
Gold - See above.

   Watering Can
Basic - Water dying (brown) flowers once, and the next day they should be fine.
The watering can is also neccesary to grow Red Turnips. It has an infinite
water supply.
Silver - After buying 50 bags of flower seeds from Nook, Posy Farms will send
you a Silver Watering Can. It can revive wilting Red Turnips and has a larger
spout.
Gold - After you've maintained Perfect Town status for a full 16 days, talk to
Pelly or Phyllis to get the Golden Watering Can. It has an even larger spout,
and more importantly can turn any wilting Black Rose into a Golden Rose.

   Slingshot
Basic - The slingshot is used to shoot down presents, which sound their arrival
with a series of whooshes. It can also shoot down Gulliver's UFO, if you're
lucky enough to see it. The basic slingshot is, like the axe, rarely found at
Nook's Cranny, and only shoots one pebble at a time.
Silver - Like the Silver Net and Silver Rod, the Silver Slingshot can be bought
at Nook 'n' Go. It fires two pebbles at once, which move diagonally, away from
eachother.
Gold - Once you've shot down eight balloons, the next balloon (well, three of
them, actually) will contain this nifty gadget. It fires three pebbles at
once.

   Timer
The Timer comes in one variety: Timer. It can keep track of the number of bugs
and fish that visitors have caught over a set period of time, so it's good to
have if you're hosting a competition. You can also use it to time yourself.

   Shopping Card
Basic - After you've deposited 10,000 Bells into your bank account, you'll get
this in the mail. You can use it at GracieGrace and the Auction House--it works
like any debit card does, by deducting money from your account.
Gold - After you've deposited 1,000,000 Bells into your bank account, you'll
get the Gold Card. Shiny, isn't it? Pity that's all it's good for...

 <|                                 _____
 _|                               _/ ___ \_                                _
/ \-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-/  /_+_\  \--=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-/ \
¦+¦   [G] People to ++[PPLZ]++   ___________  A villager index, and       ¦+¦
¦ ¦       meet                  /           \ special visitor info.       ¦ ¦
¦_¦-----------------------------|___________|-----------------------------¦_¦

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¦     1. Special Visitors ++[TOOL]++                                          ¦
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====¦a. Blanca                               ++[BLNC]++ ¦
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Time: 6:00 am to 12:00 am, random day after playing over wi-fi
Place: Wandering around

Blanca is a white, faceless cat who may visit your town after playing over
wi-fi. Talk to her and agree to draw her a face, and the pattern design screen
will come up. It'll show a previous design that someone on your friends list
created, until you erase it and draw your own. She will stay for one day
unless you draw her a face, then quit and return, in which case she'll leave.

NOTE: Remember that anybody on your friends list could potentially see what you
draw. Just something to keep in mind.

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====¦b. Gulliver                             ++[GULL]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

Time: 6:00 am to 6:00 pm on a random day, assuming no other special visitors
Location: Wherever the UFO fell

Ah, Gulliver. Poor, poor Gulliver. In order to get anything from him, you'll
need to use some truly cruel manipulation.
By this, I mean you'll need to shoot down his spaceship, find the part you
just shot off, and then give it to him for your reward. Twisted, aye?
Gullver's spaceship will make a loud noise and fills up a good portion of your
screen, so you'll almost definitely notice when he's arrived. You'll need to
run after him with your slingshot out, position yourself underneath his UFO,
and shoot it down. If you've done this successfully, there will be a Spaceship
Part somewhere on the ground. Go search for it, and hold onto it until
tomorrow.

The next day, go to the beach to find the UFO and Gulliver. Talk to him and
give him the Spaceship Part (if you didn't find it yesterday, you can still go
and look for it today). Talk to him one more time to recieve one of the
following (you can't get them anywhere else and they are not orderable in the
catalog):

Arc de Triomphe  Chocolates       Compass         Manneken Pis   Matryoshka
Merlion          Mermaid statue   Metroid         Moai statue    Mouth of Truth
Pagoda           Plate armor      Tower of Pisa   Tribal mask 

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====¦c. Joan                                 ++[JOAN]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

Time: 6:00 am to 12:00 am, every Sunday
Place: Wandering around

Joan is a turnip peddler, and will arrive in town on the exact day that Nook
doesn't buy turnips. Therefore, it takes a certain amount of luck to resell
turnips to Nook, as you don't know what the prices will be next week.

White turnips can be bought from Joan at anywhere between 90 and 110 Bells in
bunches of 10, and Red Turnips for 1,000 Bells. White Turnips will only last
for a week, after which they will rot. The Red Turnip is a little more
complicated--rather than directly selling it to Nook, you need to plant and
water it every day for 7 days. At the end of this period, the Turnip's worth
will have gone up to 16,000 Bells, and you can dig it up. (You can sell it
earlier than this, but its price is halved each day, so it'll be 8k on day 6,
4k on day 5, etc.)

White Turnips can be worth anywhere from under 100 Bells to upwards of 500. The
buying price changes from day to day, and you can even visit other towns to
sell your turnips at THEIR prices. Just unload them before the end of the week,
or they'll go bad. Check Nook's before and after noon for different prices.

The Stalk Market actually has a few different patterns:
a) It starts out fairly low and then decreases every day \\\\\\\
b) Prices are generated randomly every day //\/\/
c) The price increases steadily until mid-week, spikes, then decreases //|\\\
d) Prices rise more and more each day (lucky you!) //////

NOTE: Time Traveling (see TIME), or simply changing the ingame clock can mess
things up a bit. Joan may not sell you Red Turnips, and Nook's offers on
White Turnips may be unusually low. You can easily fix this glitch by changing
the Wii clock, which will then change the AC clock, which will then completely
fix the glitch after about a week of gameplay.

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====¦d. K.K. Slider                          ++[K.K.]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

Time: 8:00 pm to 12:00 am, Saturday
Place: The Roost

Been wondering about that empty stage in the Roost? Every Saturday night, a
canine musician by the name of K.K. Slider will bring his guitar over and play
you some music. Not only that, he'll also give you a copy of the song he
performed. These songs can be played on your stereo (or CD player... or
radio...) back at the house. You can only get one song per visit, but you can
request exactly what you want to hear. Or, you can ask him to match a song to
your current mood--ie, a peppy song if you're happy, or a more laid-back song
if you're feeling mellow.
Note: The first time you see K.K., he won't let you request a song. He'll play
a song chosen at random instead.

Keep in mind that you have to reproduce these exactly as they are, with
capitalization and punctuation:

  Song List
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|Agent K.K       Aloha K.K.      Cafe K.K.*      Comrade K.K.     DJ K.K.     |
|Forest Life     Go K.K. Rider!  I Love You      Imperial K.K.    K.K. Aria   |
|K.K. Ballad     K.K. Blues      K.K. Bossa      K.K. Calypso     K.K. Casbah |
|K.K. Chorale    K.K. Condor     K.K. Country    K.K. Cruisin'    K.K. D & B  |
|K.K. Dirge      K.K. Dixie      K.K. Etude*     K.K. Faire       K.K. Folk   |
|K.K. Fusion     K.K. Gumbo      K.K. House      K.K. Jazz        K.K. Lament |
|K.K. Love Song  K.K. Lullaby    K.K. Mambo      K.K. Marathon    K.K. March  |
|K.K. Metal      K.K. Parade     K.K. Safari     K.K. Salsa       K.K. Samba  |
|K.K. Ska        K.K. Sonata     K.K. Song       K.K. Soul        K.K. Steppe |
|K.K. Swing      K.K. Tango      K.K. Technopop  K.K. Waltz       K.K. Western|
|King K.K.       Lucky K.K.      Marine Song     Mountain Song    Mr. K.K.    |
|My Place        Neapolitan      Only Me         Pondering        K.K. Rally  |
|K.K. Reggae     K.K. Rock       K.K. Rockabilly K.K. Ragtime     Rockin' K.K.|
|Senor K.K.**    Soulful K.K.    Spring Blossoms Stale Cupcakes   Steep Hill  |
|Surfin' K.K.    The K. Funk     To the Edge     Two Days Ago                 |
 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------

*There is an accent aigu over the e. (looks like a /)
**There is a tilde over the n. (tilde --> ~)

Stale Cupcakes, Spring Blossoms, Surfin' K.K., K.K. Parade and K.K. Sonata are
all new additions, bringing the total song count to 75. That's well over a year
of Saturdays!

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====¦e. Katie and Kaitlin                    ++[KATS]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

Time: 6:00 am to 12:00 am, random day after playing over wi-fi
Place: Katie - random fixed location, usually near a house / Kaitlin: The
Roost, or wandering around.

If you find one of these two cats in your town, you'll need to talk to her and
(when prompted) say you'll reunite her with her mother (if it's Katie) or her
daughter (if it's Kaitlin). Make sure the other player--the one you connected
with over wi-fi--with Katie or Kaitlin in their town does the same.
Woever has Katie in their town will have to guide her to the Town Gate. Walk
slowly, being careful not to run and leave her behind. Then talk to Copper and
visit the town with Kaitlin in it, and the pair should be reunited. Of course,
you didn't go through all that for free--both of you will get a somewhat rare
item in the mail tomorrow:

Apple TV
Lily-Pad Table
Lovely Phone
Music Box
Papa Bear
Papa Panda

NOTE: Katie and Kaitlin will stick around for a week before leaving on their
own. If either player changes their AC clock, they'll leave right away.

======--------------------------------------------------
====¦f. Pascal                               ++[PSCL]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

Time: 6:00 am to 12:00 am, random weekdays
Place: A bridge in your town (not always the same bridge)

When you talk to Pascal the beaver, he'll gladly give you some very insightful
wisdom--for free! If you want something material, though, you'll need to bring
along a Scallop. If you talk to Pascal without a Scallop in your inventory,
he'll just jump into the river and float away, but if you have one, he'll give
you an item from the Pirate set before he leaves. It's a good idea to keep a
few of these shells around just in case.

Pascal will give you one of the following (see LIST for detailed information):
 ------------------------------------------------
|Anchor | Barrel      | Helm         | Sea View  | <-- Sea View = wallpaper
|Keg    | Ship Cannon | Ship Compass | Ship Deck | <-- Ship Deck = flooring
 ------------------------------------------------

======--------------------------------------------------
====¦g. Pete                                 ++[PETE]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

Time: 9:00 am and 5:00 pm, twice a week on random days
Place: Wandering around

Pete is the third pelican working for the Town Hall, and can be seen delivering
mail from 9 to 10 in the morning and 5 to 6 at night. These are also the times
you will be able to recieve new mail.
Once you've talked to Pete and entered a building, he'll disappear until the
next visit. You get to hear about his love life, but that's about it :)

======--------------------------------------------------
====¦h. Saharah                              ++[SRAH]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

Time: 6:00 am to 12:00 am, random weekdays
Place: Wandering around

When Saharah is around, villagers may give you either "Old Wallpaper" or "Old
Flooring". Take her three of these (they don't have to be three of the same),
and she'll give you an exclusive wallpaper or carpet. You are not limited to
just one wallpaper or carpet, assuming you have enough Old decor.
Alternately, you can give Saharah just one or two Old Wallpaper/Flooring, but
your reward won't be exclusive. Sometimes, villagers won't give you anything
at all and you'll have to wait until next time.

NOTE: You can't get Old Wallpaper or Old Flooring any other way, so I recommend
you keep one of each around, for completion's sake.

Saharah will give you one of the following (see LIST for detailed information):

   Carpets
Ancient Tile | Basement Floor | Bath Tile | Boxing Ring Mat | Chessboard Rug
Classroom Floor | Closed Road | Concrete Floor | Daisy Meadow | Lunar Surface
Mossy carpet | Music-Room Floor | Office Flooring | Saharah's Desert
Sand Garden | Sandlot | Sidewalk | Tatami | Tropical Floor | Western Desert

   Wallpapers
Ancient Wall | Backgammon Wall | Basement Wall | Bathhouse Wall | Blue Tarp
Chainlink Fence* | Classroom Wall | Desert Vista | Garden Wall | Industrial
Wall | Lunar Horizon | Meadow Vista | Mortar Wall | Music-Room Wall | Office
Wall | Ringside Seating | Shoji Screen | Tree-Lined Wall | Tropical Vista
Western Vista
 *also available at Nook's

======--------------------------------------------------
====¦i. Wendell                              ++[WNDL]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

Time: 6:00 am to 12:00 am, random weekdays
Place: Wandering around

Wendell is a traveling walrus artist. A *hungry* traveling walrus artist. Bring
him some food, such as fruit, fish, or mushrooms, to recieve a pattern in
return.

Use the following chart to determine how to get a specific pattern, or what you
will get by giving Wendell a specific type of food. There are also a few fish
he won't accept--if it's not in the FOOD column there's no point in giving it
to him. These are generally rare fish.

 ---PATTERN----------------FOOD----------------------------------------
|Cracked Ground        |Piranha                                        |
|Field of Flowers      |Angelfish/Guppy/Neon Tetra                     |
|Footstep              |Koi                                            |
|Grass                 |Black Bass                                     |
|Ground                |Crucian Carp                                   |
|Gyroid                |Gar                                            |
|Horizontal Path       |Carp                                           |
|Intersection          |Bitterling/Pond Smelt                          |
|Manhole               |Giant Snakehead                                |
|Money                 |Dorado/Goldfish/Popeyed Goldfish               |
|Mystery Circle A      |Freshwater Goby                                |
|Mystery Circle B      |Loach                                          |
|Mystery Circle C      |Catfish                                        |
|Mystery Circle D      |Eel                                            |
|Pitfall               |Arowana                                        |
|Rhino Beetle          |Crawfish                                       |
|Stone Paving          |Pike                                           |
|Street Corner 1       |Cherry Salmon/Dace                             |
|Street Corner 2       |Bluegill/Char                                  |
|Street Corner 3       |Rainbow Troud/Sweetfish                        |
|Street Corner 4       |Pale Chub/Yellow Perch                         |
|Vertical Path         |Barbel Steed                                   |
|Water Puddle          |Frog/Killifish                                 |
|! Sign                |Zebra Turkeyfish                               |
|Curved Track 1        |Dab/Olive Flounder                             |
|Curved Track 2        |Octopus/Squid                                  |
|Curved Track 3        |Barred Knifejaw/Red Snapper                    |
|Curved Track 4        |Sea Horse/Clownfish                            |
|Forbidden Sign        |Puffer Fish                                    |
|Vertical Track        |Surgeonfish/Butterflyfish                      |
|Iron Floor            |Blue Marlin/Tuna                               |
|Outer Space           |Jellyfish/Sea Butterfly                        |
|Pitfall Warning       |Moray Eel                                      |
|Red Carpet            |Lobster/Salmon                                 |
|Stairs                |Football Fish                                  |
|Treasure Chest        |Ray/King Salmon                                |
|Horizontal Track      |Horse Mackerel/Sea Bass                        |
|Coloring Blanca       |Peach                                          |
|Coloring House        |Coconut                                        |
|Coloring K.K.         |Pear                                           |
|Coloring Nook         |Apple                                          |
|Coloring Pelly        |Orange                                         |
|Coloring Resetti      |Cherry                                         |
|Coloring Boy          |Blue Candy/Yellow Candy                        |
|Coloring Girl         |Green Candy/Red Candy                          |
|? Block               |Red Turnip                                     |
|Brick                 |White Turnip                                   |
|Memo                  |Elegant Mushroom/Flat Mushroom/Round Mushroom/ |
|Memo (cont.)          |Skinny Mushroom                                |
|Picture Frame         |Rare Mushroom                                  |
|Chocolate             |Chocolate Heart                                |
|Self-portrait         |Birthday Cake                                  |
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Images of the patterns are here: http://accf.wikispaces.com/Wendell

======--------------------------------------------------
====¦j. Wisp                                 ++[WISP]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

Time: 8:00 pm to ?:00 am, random days (assuming no other special visitors)
Place: Random fixed location

Wisp is a friendly ghost who will announce his visits with an Empty Lamp. If
you find this lamp in your town, Wisp can be found at the beach that same
night. Walk along the south edge of your town until your character says they've
'heard something'. Now walk north a few steps, and Wisp should appear. He'll
ask you to meet him in your attic, so go there. Enter your inventory, select
the Empty Lamp and "Rub" it, and the ghost will manifest to grant you one of
three wishes:

1. Weed: Wisp will remove all dead clovers, dead flowers, and weeds.
2. Roaches: Wisp will kill any cockroaches living in your house.
3. Gift: You'll get a rare item.

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¦     2. Townsanimals ++[ANML]++                                              ¦
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======--------------------------------------------------
====¦a. Individual characteristics           ++[CHAR]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------

PERSONALITIES
===============
Your AC neighbours will all fit into one of six different personality types:
Normal, Peppy, and Snooty for female characters, and Lazy, Jock, and Grumpy
for male characters. The game is programmed to have as much diversity as
possible, giving you a rough balance of the personality types as well as an
equal male-female split. The types, along with their waking hours, are
described below. (Interestingly, there is one half-hour period from 4:30 to
5:00 am when all the animals in your town will be asleep. It's like walking
around in a ghost town.)

  Normal - 5:00 am to 1:00 am
Normal villagers are good-natured and reasonable, and tend to be a bit more
polite than other villagers. Their male equivalent is the Lazy type.
  Peppy - 7:00 am to 2:30 am
Peppy villagers are like the candy-fed demons of your childhood. Their male
equivalent is the Jock type.
  Snooty - 9:00 am to 3:30 am
Snooty villagers are sometimes vain and rude and sometimes surprisingly
nice. Their male equivalent is the Cranky type.

  Lazy - 8:00 am to 1:30 am
Lazy villagers love food and sleeping most of all, but can be strangely
philosophical in their own way. Their female equivalent is the Normal type.
  Jock - 6:30 am to 2:00 am
Jock villagers frequently talk about their hardcore abs and say 'dude' a lot.
Their female equivalent is the Peppy type. 
  Cranky - 10:00 am to 4:30 am
Cranky villagers are the old men of Animal Crossing, assertive and irritable.
Avoid standing on their lawns at all costs. Their female equivalent is the
Snooty type.

FAVORITES
===============
Occasionally, you will have the opportunity to change what an animal is
wearing. When you talk to them, they'll mention wanting a new shirt--this is
treated like any other task, such as finding a certain fish or bug. However,
their reaction to the shirt you bring will be different depending on the shirt
given and the animal's preferences.

All animals have a favorite type of shirt, which they will respond posititvely
to, and a least favorite type of shirt, which they will respond negatively to
(and not accept). All other types of shirt will be accepted, but you'll get a
lukewarm response.
 LIST has more information about shirt types and PALS gives the animals'
favorite and least favorite shirt type.

======--------------------------------------------------
====¦b. Villager tasks (and other events)    ++[TASK]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------
You can become better friends with villagers, and recieve rewards, for
completing any tasks that they give you. These tasks can range from relaying a
message to another player, to catching a certain fish or bug. Some have time
limits, and others can only be activated when you have an empty slot in your
inventory or mailbag.

Finding furniture: A villager who wants furniture can either ask for an
individual piece of furniture, or any kind of furniture within a color, genre,
or Series. Alternately, they might want something "TV-tastic" or "Dresserish",
in which case you should give them a TV or Dresser, respectively. There are a
few odd groups like this.

Finding clothing: Like with furniture, you may be asked for etiher a particular
shirt, or for a shirt within a certain style, or for any shirt at all.
Villagers will not accept 'least-favorite' shirts, and will, on the other hand,
react very positively to 'favorite' shirts.

Delivering presents: You will be given a wrapped item and asked to deliver it
to another villager, often within a specific time range. If you open the
present and keep the item for yourself, or deliver it too late, the gifter will
be angry at you. If you deliver it successfully, you'll get an item or some
Bells. The gifter will also ask you how the gift was recieved--be truthful if
you wish, or tell a white lie :)

Delivering letters: If your mail is full and someone asks you to do this, toss
or store a letter and talk to them again. This task is similar to the 'present'
one, in that you need to deliver a letter to a specific person by a certain
time. If the giftee likes you enough, they may show the letter to you.

Finding fossils: A villager who's into archaeology may want you to bring them a
fossil--either a specific fossil, or one from a specific dinosaur. This one's a
bit tricky and you miss out on a few thousand Bells, but complete it if you
wish.

Finding fish/bugs: Villagers into fishing or bug catching will sometimes
request a bug or fish. Or, they'll want you to participate in a small contest
of sorts, trying to catch a fish/bug before they do.

Message relaying: You'll be asked to tell another player a message. Send a
letter with the phrase you were asked to tell them, and you both will get a
reward.

Curing illness: Tom Nook will sell Medicine for 400 Bells. If a villager is
housebound, walking around like a zombie, shaking, and black swirls are
appearing around their head, give them Medicine for a few days. They'll get
better on their own too, but it takes a while and curing them boosts your
friendship.

Hide-and-seek: You will have about 15 minutes to find several villagers hiding
around the town. Check behind buildings, signs, and trees.

Retrieveing a house key: If you see a villager wandering around outside their
house, it may be because they're searching for a lost key. It'll be in the
river, so look for small shadows and fish for it.

Visiting: If a villager asks to come visit you, or for you to visit them,
you'll need to set a time. When visiting a villager's house, you will sometimes
be able to buy furniture from them.

Waving: Tap a villager with the Wiimote, at a distance, to wave to them. One
or both of you may need to have your hands free (no tools--unconfirmed). If
the villager smiles and waves back, or bows, your friendship is good. If they
ignore or snub you, they don't like you very much.

Snooping: If two villagers are talking to one another, you can listen in and
even participate in the conversation by talking to one. Note: Whoever you talk
to will initiate the conversation. So, if Olivia and Melba are talking, and you
talk to Olivia, you'll get a 'Snooty-to-Normal' conversation. If you talk to
Melba, you'll get a 'Normal-to-Snooty' conversation.

Nicknames: Villagers may give you nicknames. The nicknames will differ from
personality type to personality type, and there are also different nicknames
for male vs. female players.

======--------------------------------------------------
====¦c. Villager list                        ++[PALS]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------
The following is a list of all the 210 villagers in ACCF, including their
gender, their birthday, their personality type, their favorite and least
favorite clothing types, their catchphrase, and finally, their species. They
are grouped by species primarily, and then alphabetical order secondarily.

If there is a dotted line where information should be, it's because that info
hasn't been researched yet.

  ____  ______  _____   ____    ________    __________  ___________   _______
 /Name\/Gender\/B-day\ /Type\  /Favorite\  /Least Fave\/Catchphrase\ [Species]
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Alfonso  |M| June 9  |Lazy   | Strange    | Dressy     | it's a me¦ Alligator¦
|Alli     |F| Nov 8   |Snooty | Quiet      | Fresh      | graaagh  ¦ Alligator¦
|Del      |M| May 27  |Cranky | Striking   | Fancy      | gronk    ¦ Alligator¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Anabelle |F| Feb 16  |Peppy  | Pretty     | Strange    | snorty   ¦ Anteater ¦
|Antonio  |M| Oct 20  |Jock   | Quiet      | Novel      | honk     ¦ Anteater ¦
|Cyrano   |M| March 9 |Cranky | Quiet      | Dressy     | ah-CHOO  ¦ Anteater ¦
|Pango    |F| Nov  9  |Peppy  | Showy      | Attractive | snooooof ¦ Anteater ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Chow     |M| July 22 |Cranky | Novel      | Pretty     | aiya     ¦ Panda    ¦
|Curt     |M| July 1  |Cranky | Quiet      | Strange    | fuzzball ¦ Bear     ¦
|Grizzly  |M| July 31 |Cranky | Refined    | Cute       | grrr...  ¦ Bear     ¦
|Groucho  |M| Oct 23  |Cranky | Subtle     | Fancy      | grumble  ¦ Bear     ¦
|Nate     |M| Aug 16  |Lazy   | Funky      | Subtle     | yawwwwn  ¦ Bear     ¦
|Pinky    |F| Sept 9  |Peppy  | Pretty     | Showy      | wah      ¦ Panda    ¦
|Teddy    |M| Sept 26 |Jock   | Fresh      | Strange    | grooof   ¦ Bear     ¦
|Tutu     |F| Sept 15 |Peppy  | Fresh      | Cool       | twinkles ¦ Bear     ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Bluebear |F| June 24 |Peppy  | Pop        | Showy      | peach    ¦ Bear cub ¦
|Chester  |M| Aug 6   |Lazy   | Funky      | Striking   | rookie   ¦ Panda cub¦
|Kody     |M| Sept 28 |Jock   | Attractive | Tasteful   | grah grah¦ Bear cub ¦
|Maple    |F| June 15 |Normal | Pretty     | Novel      | honey    ¦ Bear cub ¦
|Pekoe    |F| May 18  |Peppy  | Cute       | Refined    | bud      ¦ Bear cub ¦
|Poncho   |M| Jan 2   |Jock   | Quiet      | Strange    | li'l bear¦ Bear cub ¦
|Pudge    |M| June 11 |Lazy   | Novel      | Pretty     | pudgy    ¦ Bear cub ¦
|Stitches |M| Feb 10  |Lazy   | Pop        | Attractive | stuffin  ¦ Bear cub ¦
|Vladimir |M| Aug 2   |Cranky | Strange    | Cute       | nyet     ¦ Bear cub ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Anchovy  |M| March 4 |Lazy   | Strange    | Dressy     | chuurp   ¦ Bird     ¦
|Jay      |M| July 17 |Jock   | Showy      | Fresh      | heeeeey  ¦ Bird     ¦
|Jitters  |M| Feb 2   |Jock   | Fresh      | Pretty     | bzzert   ¦ Bird     ¦
|Midge    |F| March 12|Normal | Cute       | Cool       |tweedledee¦ Bird     ¦
|Robin    |F| Dec 4   |Snooty | Fresh      | Tasteful   | la-di-da ¦ Bird     ¦
|Twiggy   |F| July 13 |Peppy  | Novel      | Quiet      | cheepers ¦ Bird     ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Ankha    |F| Sept 22 |Snooty | Fancy      | Funky      | me meow  ¦ Cat      ¦
|Bob      |M| Jan 1   |Lazy   | Attractive | Dressy     | pthhpth  ¦ Cat      ¦
|Felicity |F| March 30|Peppy  | Cute       | Cool       | mimimi   ¦ Cat      ¦
|Kabuki   |M| Nov 29  |Cranky | Tasteful   | Pop        | meooo-OH ¦ Cat      ¦
|Kid Cat  |M| Aug 1   |Jock   | Attractive | Quiet      | psst     ¦ Cat      ¦
|Kiki     |F| Oct 8   |Normal | Quiet      | Showy      | kitty cat¦ Cat      ¦
|Kitty    |F| Feb 15  |Snooty | Fancy      | Refined    | mrowwr   ¦ Cat      ¦
|Lolly    |F| March 27|Normal | Cute       | Gaudy      | bonbon   ¦ Cat      ¦
|Merry    |F| June 29 |Peppy  | Cute       | Refined    | mweee    ¦ Cat      ¦
|Mitzi    |F| Sept 25 |Normal | Fresh      | Novel      | mew      ¦ Cat      ¦
|Moe      |M| Jan 12  |Lazy   | Novel      | Fresh      | myawn    ¦ Cat      ¦
|Monique  |F| Sept 30 |Snooty | Pretty     | Attractive | pffffft  ¦ Cat      ¦
|Olivia   |F| Feb 3   |Snooty | Dressy     | Strange    | purr     ¦ Cat      ¦
|Punchy   |M| April 11|Lazy   | Pop        | Showy      | mrmpht   ¦ Cat      ¦
|Purrl    |F| May 29  |Snooty | Pop        | Showy      | kitten   ¦ Cat      ¦
|Rosie    |F| Feb 27  |Peppy  | Pretty     | Strange    | silly    ¦ Cat      ¦
|Stinky   |M| Aug 17  |Jock   | Strange    | Fancy      | GAHHH    ¦ Cat      ¦
|Tabby    |F| Aug 13  |Peppy  | Novel      | Fresh      | me-WOW   ¦ Cat      ¦
|Tangy    |F| June 17 |Peppy  | Pop        | Strange    | reeeeOWR ¦ Cat      ¦
|Tom      |F| Dec 10  |Cranky | Cool       | Cute       | meYOWZA  ¦ Cat      ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Angus    |M| April 30|Cranky | Tasteful   | Pop        | macmoo   ¦ Bull     ¦
|Patty    |F| May 10  |Peppy  | Pretty     | Quiet      | how now  ¦ Cow      ¦
|Rodeo    |M| Oct 29  |Lazy   | Showy      | Pretty     | chaps    ¦ Bull     ¦
|Tipper   |F| Aug 25  |Snooty | Showy      | Quiet      | pushy    ¦ Cow      ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Becky    |F| Dec 9   |Snooty | Fancy      | Fresh      | chicklet ¦ Chicken  ¦
|Benedict |M| Oct 10  |Lazy   | Strange    | Attractive | ah-hoo   ¦ Rooster  ¦
|Egbert   |M| Oct 16  |Lazy   | Quiet      | Novel      |doodle-duh¦ Rooster  ¦
|Goose    |M| Oct 4   |Jock   | Strange    | Tasteful   | buh-kay  ¦ Rooster  ¦
|Knox     |M| Nov 23  |Cranky | Refined    | Cute       | cluckling¦ Rooster  ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Biskit   |M| May 13  |Lazy   | Fresh      | Strange    | dawg     ¦ Dog      ¦
|Bones    |M| Aug 4   |Lazy   | Tasteful   | Showy      | yip yip  ¦ Dog      ¦
|Butch    |M| Nov 1   |Cranky | Attractive | Pretty     | ROOOOOWF ¦ Dog      ¦
|Cookie   |F| June 18 |Peppy  | Cute       | Cool       | arfer    ¦ Dog      ¦
|Daisy    |F| Nov 16  |Normal | Quiet      | Attracive  | bow-WOW  ¦ Dog      ¦
|Goldie   |F| Dec 27  |Normal | Dressy     | Novel      | woof     ¦ Dog      ¦
|Lucky    |M| Nov 4   |Lazy   | Attractive | Novel      | rrr-owch ¦ Dog      ¦
|Mac      |M| Nov 11  |Jock   | Fancy      | Subtle     | woo woof ¦ Dog      ¦
|Marcel   |M| Dec 31  |Lazy   | Refined    | Fresh      | non      ¦ Dog      ¦
|Portia   |F| Oct 25  |Snooty | Showy      | Tasteful   | ruffian  ¦ Dog      ¦
|Walker   |M| June 10 |Lazy   | Quiet      | Novel      | wuh      ¦ Dog      ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Bill     |M| Feb 1   |Jock   | Fresh      | Quiet      | quacko   ¦ Duck     ¦
|Deena    |F| June 27 |Normal | Quiet      | Novel      | sugarbill¦ Duck     ¦
|Derwin   |M| May 25  |Lazy   | Attractive | Dressy     | derrrr   ¦ Duck     ¦
|Drake    |M| June 25 |Lazy   | Quiet      | Showy      | quacko   ¦ Duck     ¦
|Freckles |F| Feb 19  |Peppy  | Tasteful   | Novel      | ducky    ¦ Duck     ¦
|Gloria   |F| Aug 12  |Snooty | Fancy      | Fresh      | quaker   ¦ Duck     ¦
|Joey     |M| Jan 3   |Lazy   | Strange    | Pretty     | bleeeeeck¦ Duck     ¦
|Maelle   |F| April 8 |Snooty | Dressy     | Tasteful   | duckling ¦ Duck     ¦
|Mallary  |F| Nov 17  |Snooty | Dressy     | Tasteful   | quackpth ¦ Duck     ¦
|Miranda  |F| April 23|Snooty | Gaudy      | Fresh      |quackulous¦ Duck     ¦
|Pate     |F| Feb 23  |Peppy  | Pretty     | Tasteful   | quackie  ¦ Duck     ¦
|Pompom   |F| Feb 11  |Peppy  | Dressy     | Strange    | rah rah  ¦ Duck     ¦
|Scoot    |M| June 13 |Jock   | Funky      | Cool       | zip-zoom ¦ Duck     ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Amelia   |F| Nov 19  |Snooty | Showy      | Quiet      | cuz      ¦ Eagle    ¦
|Apollo   |M| July 4  |Cranky | Strange    | Pop        | pah      ¦ Eagle    ¦
|Avery    |M| Feb 22  |Cranky | Strange    | Funky      | skree-haw¦ Eagle    ¦
|Pierce   |M| Jan 8   |Jock   | Quiet      | Dressy     | hawkeye  ¦ Eagle    ¦
|Sterling |M| Dec 11  |Jock   | Striking   | Fancy      | skraaaaw ¦ Eagle    ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Axel     |M| March 23|Jock   | Striking   | Subtle     | WHONK    ¦ Elephant ¦
|Big Top  |M| Oct 3   |Lazy   | Attractive | Fresh      | villain  ¦ Elephant ¦
|Dizzy    |M| July 14 |Lazy   | Showy      | Tasteful   | woo-oo   ¦ Elephant ¦
|Eloise   |F| Dec 8   |Snooty | Showy      | Tasteful   | tooot    ¦ Elephant ¦
|Margie   |F| Jan 28  |Normal | Showy      | Strange    | tootie   ¦ Elephant ¦
|Opal     |F| Jan 20  |Snooty | Showy      | Attractive | snoot    ¦ Elephant ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Camofrog |M| June 5  |Cranky | Showy      | Fresh      | ten-hut  ¦ Frog     ¦
|Cousteau |M| Dec 17  |Jock   | Striking   | Fancy      | oui oui  ¦ Frog     ¦
|Drift    |M| Oct 9   |Jock   | Strange    | Novel      | brah     ¦ Frog     ¦
|Frobert  |M| Feb 8   |Jock   | Novel      | Quiet      | fribbit  ¦ Frog     ¦
|Gigi     |M| Aug 11  |Snooty | Fancy      | Cool       | ribbette ¦ Frog     ¦
|Jambette |F| Oct 27  |Normal | Fancy      | Subtle     | croa-kay ¦ Frog     ¦
|Jeremiah |M| July 8  |Lazy   | Quiet      | Showy      | nee-deep ¦ Frog     ¦
|Lily     |F| Feb 4   |Normal | Fresh      | Attractive | toady    ¦ Frog     ¦
|Prince   |M| July 21 |Lazy   | Refined    | Fancy      | barrup   ¦ Frog     ¦
|Puddles  |F| Jan 13  |Peppy  | Pretty     | Tasteful   | splish   ¦ Frog     ¦
|Ribbot   |M| Feb 13  |Jock   | Novel      | Tasteful   | zzrrbbitt¦ Frog     ¦
|Wart Jr. |M| Aug 21  |Cranky | Tasteful   | Pretty     |grr-ribbit¦ Frog     ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Chevre   |F| March 6 |Normal | Pretty     | Attractive | la baa   ¦ Goat     ¦
|Nan      |F| Aug 24  |Normal | Fresh      | Showy      | kid      ¦ Goat     ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Al       |M| Oct 18  |Lazy   | Cute       | Fancy      |hoo hoo ha¦ Gorilla  ¦
|Boone    |M| Sept 12 |Jock   | Attractive | Pop        | baboom   ¦ Gorilla  ¦
|Cesar    |M| Sept 6  |Cranky | Quiet      | Showy      | highness ¦ Gorilla  ¦
|Peewee   |M| Sept 11 |Cranky | Attractive | Fresh      | li'l dude¦ Gorilla  ¦
|Violet   |F| Sept 1  |Snooty | Striking   | Funky      | faboom   ¦ Gorilla  ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Harry    |M| Jan 7   |Cranky | Subtle     | Cute       | beach bum¦ Hippo    ¦
|Rocco    |M| Aug 18  |Cranky | Strange    | Dressy     | hippie   ¦ Hippo    ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Buck     |M| April 4 |Jock   | Attractive | Quiet      | pardner  ¦ Horse    ¦
|Clyde    |M| May 1   |Lazy   | Cute       | Cool       |clip clawp¦ Horse    ¦
|Ed       |M| Sept 16 |Jock   | Gaudy      | Fresh      |greenhorn ¦ Horse    ¦
|Elmer    |M| Oct 5   |Lazy   | Strange    | Pretty     |tenderfoot¦ Horse    ¦
|Peaches  |F| Nov 28  |Normal | Strange    | Fancy      | neighbor ¦ Horse    ¦
|Roscoe   |M| June 16 |Cranky | Strange    | Fresh      | nay      ¦ Horse    ¦
|Savannah |F| Jan 25  |Normal | Dressy     | Pretty     | y'all    ¦ Zebra    ¦
|Victoria |F| July 11 |Peppy  | Pretty     | Strange    |sugar cube¦ Horse    ¦
|Winnie   |F| Jan 31  |Peppy  | Striking   | Strange    | hay-OK   ¦ Horse    ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Astrid   |F| Sept 8  |Snooty | Gaudy      | Fresh      | my pet   ¦ Kangaroo ¦
|Kitt     |F| Oct 11  |Normal | Fresh      | Pop        | child    ¦ Kangaroo ¦
|Mathlida |F| Nov 12  |Snooty | Quiet      | Pretty     | wee baby ¦ Kangaroo ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Alice    |F| Aug 19  |Normal | Pop        | Tasteful   | guvnor   ¦ Koala    ¦
|Melba    |F| April 12|Normal | Pretty     | Strange    | toasty   ¦ Koala    ¦
|Sydney   |F| June 21 |Normal | Cool       | Gaudy      | sunshine ¦ Koala    ¦
|Yuka     |F| July 20 |Snooty | Dressy     | Attractive | tsk tsk  ¦ Koala    ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Bud      |M| Aug 8   |Jock   | Attractive | Fresh      | maaan    ¦ Lion     ¦
|Elvis    |M| July 23 |Cranky | Quiet      | Pretty     | unh-hunh ¦ Lion     ¦
|Mott     |M| July 10 |Jock   | Cool       | Funky      | cagey    ¦ Lion     ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Bella    |F| Dec 28  |Peppy  | Novel      | Fresh      | eeks     ¦ Mouse    ¦
|Bettina  |F| June 12 |Normal | Subtle     | Gaudy      | eekers   ¦ Mouse    ¦
|Bree     |F| July 7  |Snooty | Fresh      | Showy      |cheeseball¦ Mouse    ¦
|Broccolo |M| June 30 |Lazy   | Funky      | Fancy      | eat it   ¦ Mouse    ¦
|Dora     |F| Feb 18  |Normal | Fresh      | Novel      | squeaky  ¦ Mouse    ¦
|Limberg  |M| Oct 17  |Cranky | Pop        | Pretty     | squinky  ¦ Mouse    ¦
|Moose    |M| Sept 13 |Jock   | Gaudy      | Cute       | shorty   ¦ Mouse    ¦
|Rizzo    |M| Jan 17  |Cranky | Refined    | Fresh      | squee    ¦ Mouse    ¦
|Rod      |M| Aug 14  |Jock   | Attractive | Quiet      | ace      ¦ Mouse    ¦
|Samson   |M| July 5  |Jock   | Pop        | Novel      | pipsqueak¦ Mouse    ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Champ    |M| June 4  |Jock   | Funky      | Striking   | choo CHOO¦ Monkey   ¦
|Elise    |F| March 21|Snooty | Fancy      | Refined    | puh-lease¦ Monkey   ¦
|Monty    |M| Dec 7   |Cranky | Refined    | Cute       | g'tang   ¦ Monkey   ¦
|Nana     |F| Aug 23  |Normal | Cute       | Refined    | po po    ¦ Monkey   ¦
|Simon    |M| Jan 19  |Lazy   | Fresh      | Cool       | zzzook   ¦ Monkey   ¦
|Tammi    |F| April 1 |Peppy  | Fancy      | Refined    | chimpy   ¦ Monkey   ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Marina   |F| June 26 |Normal | Pretty     | Tasteful   | blurp    ¦ Octopus  ¦
|Octavian |M| Sept 20 |Cranky | Pop        | Dressy     | sucker   ¦ Octopus  ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Gladys   |F| Jan 15  |Normal | Quiet      | Showy      | stretch  ¦ Ostrich  ¦
|Queenie  |F| Nov 13  |Snooty | Novel      | Showy      | chicken  ¦ Ostrich  ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Aurora   |F| Jan 27  |Normal | Pop        | Showy      | b-b-baby ¦ Penguin  ¦
|Boomer   |M| Feb 6   |Lazy   | Refined    | Strange    | human    ¦ Penguin  ¦
|Cube     |M| Jan 29  |Lazy   | Pretty     | Attractive | d-d-dude ¦ Pengiun  ¦
|Friga    |F| Oct 16  |Snooty | Attractive | Pop        | brrrmph  ¦ Penguin  ¦
|Gwen     |F| Jan 23  |Snooty | Dressy     | Pop        | h-h-h-hon¦ Penguin  ¦
|Hopper   |M| April 6 |Cranky | Tasteful   | Pretty     | slushie  ¦ Penguin  ¦
|Iggly    |M| Nov 2   |Jock   | Funky      | Cool       | waddler  ¦ Penguin  ¦
|Puck     |M| Feb 21  |Lazy   | Fresh      | Strange    |brrrrrrrrr¦ Penguin  ¦
|Roald    |M| Jan 5   |Jock   | Strange    | Quiet      | b-b-buddy¦ Penguin  ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Curly    |M| July 26 |Jock   | Pop        | Attractive | nyoink   ¦ Pig      ¦
|Gala     |F| March 5 |Normal | Cute       | Refined    | snortie  ¦ Pig      ¦
|Hugh     |M| Dec 30  |Lazy   | Dressy     | Showy      | snortle  ¦ Pig      ¦
|Lucy     |F| June 2  |Normal | Pretty     | Attractive | snoooink ¦ Pig      ¦
|Peggy    |F| May 23  |Peppy  | Fancy      | Cool       | shweetie ¦ Pig      ¦
|Rasher   |M| April 7 |Cranky | Tasteful   | Pretty     | swine    ¦ Pig      ¦
|Spork    |M| Sept 3  |Lazy   | Striking   | Subtle     | snork    ¦ Pig      ¦
|Truffles |F| July 28 |Peppy  | Pretty     | Quiet      | snoutie  ¦ Pig      ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Bunnie   |F| May 9   |Peppy  | Showy      | Strange    | tee-hee  ¦ Rabbit   ¦
|Carmen   |F| Jan 6   |Peppy  | Funky      | Refined    | nougat   ¦ Rabbit   ¦
|Chrissy  |F| Aug 28  |Peppy  | Gaudy      | Subtle     | sparkles ¦ Rabbit   ¦
|Coco     |F| March 1 |Normal | Tasteful   | Showy      | doyoing  ¦ Rabbit   ¦
|Dotty    |F| March 14|Peppy  | Dressy     | Attractive | wee one  ¦ Rabbit   ¦
|Francine |F| Jan 22  |Snooty | Gaudy      | Refined    | karat    ¦ Rabbit   ¦
|Gabi     |F| Dec 16  |Peppy  | Pretty     | Strange    | honeybun ¦ Rabbit   ¦
|Gaston   |M| Oct 28  |Cranky | Tasteful   | Pretty     | mon chou ¦ Rabbit   ¦
|Genji    |M| Jan 21  |Jock   | Tasteful   | Novel      | otaku    ¦ Rabbit   ¦
|Pippy    |F| June 14 |Peppy  | Dressy     | Strange    | li'l hare¦ Rabbit   ¦
|Ruby     |F| Dec 25  |Peppy  | Pretty     | Tasteful   | li'l ears¦ Rabbit   ¦
|Snake    |M| Nov 3   |Jock   | Novel      | Dressy     | bunyip   ¦ Rabbit   ¦
|Tiffany  |F| Jan 9   |Snooty | Novel      | Pretty     | bun bun  ¦ Rabbit   ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Rhonda   |F| Jan 24  |Normal | Dressy     | Showy      | bigfoot  ¦ Rhino    ¦
|Tank     |M| May 6   |Jock   | Attractive | Quiet      | kerPOW   ¦ Rhino    ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Baabara  |F| March 28|Snooty | Fresh      | Attractive | daahling ¦ Sheep    ¦
|Eunice   |F| April 3 |Normal | Striking   | Gaudy      | lambchop ¦ Sheep    ¦
|Vesta    |F| April 16|Normal | Fresh      | Pop        | baaaffo  ¦ Sheep    ¦
|Wendy    |F| Aug 15  |Snooty | Funky      | Cute       | lambkins ¦ Sheep    ¦
|Willow   |F| Nov 26  |Snooty | Fancy      | Cool       | bo peep  ¦ Sheep    ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Agent S  |F| July 2  |Peppy  | Attractive | Dressy     | sidekick ¦ Squirrel ¦
|Blaire   |F| July 3  |Snooty | Dressy     | Attractive | nutlet   ¦ Squirrel ¦
|Caroline |F| July 15 |Normal | Showy      | Tasteful   | hulaaaa  ¦ Squirrel ¦
|Filbert  |M| June 3  |Lazy   | Strange    | Showy      | bucko    ¦ Squirrel ¦
|Mint     |F| May 2   |Snooty | Attractive | Strange    | ahhhhh   ¦ Squirrel ¦
|Nibbles  |F| July 19 |Peppy  | Pretty     | Quiet      | niblet   ¦ Squirrel ¦
|Peanut   |F| June 8  |Peppy  | Pop        | Quiet      | slacker  ¦ Squirrel ¦
|Pecan    |F| Sept 10 |Snooty | Dressy     | Tasteful   | chipmunk ¦ Squirrel ¦
|Poppy    |F| Aug 5   |Normal | Cute       | Refined    | nutty    ¦ Squirrel ¦
|Sally    |F| June 19 |Normal | Pretty     | Attractive | nutmeg   ¦ Squirrel ¦
|Static   |M| July 9  |Cranky | Showy      | Pretty     | krzzt    ¦ Squirrel ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Rolf     |M| Aug 22  |Cranky | Tasteful   | Dressy     | grrrolf  ¦ Tiger    ¦
|Rowan    |M| Aug 26  |Jock   | Pop        | Quiet      | mango    ¦ Tiger    ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+
|Chief    |M| Dec 19  |Cranky | Quiet      | Dressy     | harrumph ¦ Wolf     ¦
|Fang     |M| Dec 18  |Cranky | Refined    | Cute       | cha-chomp¦ Wolf     ¦
|Freya    |F| Dec 14  |Snooty | Striking   | Gaudy      | uff da   ¦ Wolf     ¦
|Lobo     |M| Nov 5   |Cranky | Quiet      | Pop        | ah-rooooo¦ Wolf     ¦
|Whitney  |F| Sept 17 |Snooty | Dressy     | Tasteful   | snappy   ¦ Wolf     ¦
|Wolfgang |M| Nov 25  |Cranky | Attractive | Pretty     | snarrrl  ¦ Wolf     ¦
 ------------------------------------------------------------------+==========+

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 _|                               _/ ___ \_                                _
/ \-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-/  /_+_\  \--=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-/ \
¦+¦   [H] Festivals ++[EVNT]++   ___________  Festival descriptions, and  ¦+¦
¦ ¦                             /           \ a calendar.                 ¦ ¦
¦_¦-----------------------------|___________|-----------------------------¦_¦

A number of festivals from the original game (that were absent in Wild World)
return in AC CF. Besides celebrations, there are also monthly fishing contests
and occasional bug-offs and flea market days. La-Di-Day and Yay Day have been
left out of this version.
Area-specific holidays (NA = North America, ITL = Italy, SPN = Spain, JPN =
Japan, UK = United Kingdom, GMN = Germany, FRN = France, EUR = Europe) are
marked out in square brackets.

January 1 // New Year's Day
 Tortimer will be at the Town Hall. Talk to him to recieve a New Year's Shirt.
 Your Mom will also send you 1,000 Bells in the mail.

January, 3rd Saturday // Fishing Tourney (Specific fish)
 2009 date is the 17th, 2010 date is the 16th. Starting at noon, Chip the
 beaver (he'll be at the Town Hall) will host a fishing tournament. Talk to him
 to determine the type of fish you need to catch, then bring him one. If you've
 beaten the record, you'll get an item*. You can beat your own record as many
 times as you like in order to get more items. You'll also get a Silver Trophy
 by mail.

 *You can get: Basic Yellow Bed, Kitchen Corner, Writing Desk, Red Armchair,
 Lab Bench, Robo Chair, and Daffodil Chair

January, 4th Sunday // Flea Market
 2009 date is the 25th, 2010 is the 24th. When a villager is in his or her
 house, you can haggle with them on their furniture. There are some pieces you
 won't be able to buy from them, unfortunately. When you're in your own house,
 'wandering-around' villagers will come to offer on your own furniture. Talk to
 them when they stare at any given piece and they'll try to buy it. Stuff your
 house full of unwanted furniture the day before.

February 2 // Groundhog Day [NA only]
 On this day, Tortimer will give you a Resetti Model, despite the fact that
 he's a mole and not a groundhog. Ah well... now you get to stare at those
 crooked eyebrows allll you want!

February 3 // Setsubun (Beginning of Spring) [JPN only]
 Talk to Tortimer and he'll give you a Red or Blue Ogre Mask. These items can
 be obtained in other game versions, if someone with the Japanese game is
 willing to give you the masks or trade with you.

February 14 // Valentine's Day
 Villagers in your town of the opposite gender will give you Chocolate Hearts.
 Aww!

February, 2nd Saturday // Fishing Tourney (All fish)
 2009 date is the 14th (though it presumably interferes with Valentine's Day,
 so I'm not sure yet how it'll work), 2010 date is the 13th. This tournament is
 much like the January one described above, but you can bring in any kind of
 fish, and your mail prize will be a Gold Trophy.

February ?? (varies) // Los Festivales
 2009 date is the 23rd, 2010 date is the 15th. This festival usually occurs in
 February, but some years (2011, 2014, 2019, 2025, and 2030) it'll be in early
 March. Pave the peacock can be found in the city. He'll set up villager games
 like hide-and-seek, and if you win, you'll get candy. Different colours of
 candy can be traded in for different pieces of Pave furniture, and you'll need
 to combine colours a few times for certain pieces.

February, 4th Sunday // Flea Market
 2009 date is the 22nd, 2019 is the 28th.

March 1 to March 3 // Hinaningyo (translation goes here) [JPN only]
 This festival occurs at Nook's. More info soon.

March 3 // Hinamatsuri (Girl's Day) [JPN only]
 Go see Tortimer--if you're a girl--to get Rice Cakes, or Hishimochi.

March 19 - Father's Day [ITL and SPN only]
 Today you get a letter from Dad for once. The same holiday is included in
 other versions, but at a different time.

March, 3rd Saturday // Fishing Tournay (Specific fish)
 2009 date is the 21st, 2010 date is the 20th.

April 1 // April Fool's Day
 Tortimer will give you a Leaf. :P

April 1 to April 8 // Cherry Blossoms
 For just over a week, your town's trees will be covered in pink leaves. Yay!

April, 2nd Saturday // Fishing Tourney (All fish)
 2009 date is the 11th, 2010 date is the 10th.

April ?? (varies) // Mother's Day [UK]
 2009 date is the 5th, 2010 date is the 28th of March. Mother's Day sometimes
 occurs in April and sometimes in March for UK players. Mother's Day will occur
 at a different time depending on the game version. Mom will send you a letter
 with a present attached (kinda backwards, but whatever.)

April ?? (varies) // Bunny Day
 2009 date is the 12th, 2010 date is the 4th, sometimes occurs in March. This
 is the Animal Crossing Easter, and you will be visited by Zipper T. Bunny, who
 has hidden a number of eggs in your town. Search for cracks in the ground, the
 same ones that reveal Gyroids and fossils, and if you're lucky you'll find an
 egg, which you can crack open to get Bunny Foil. Trade Foil with Zipper for
 Egg furniture and candy.

April 22 // Nature Day [NA]
 Tortimer will give you a Cool Globe on this day. It falls on the same day as
 Earth Day does in real life.

April, 4th Sunday // Flea Market
 2009 date is the 26th, 2010 date is the 25th.

May, 1st Sunday // Mother's Day [SPN only]
 2009 date is the 3rd, 2010 date is the 2nd.

May 5 // Kodomo no hi (Boy's Day) [JPN only]
 If your character is a boy, talk to Tortimer for a Newsprint Helmet, or
 Shinbunshi no kabuto.

May, 2nd Sunday // Mother's Day [JPN, NA, GMN and ITL only]
 2009 date is the 10th, 1010 date is the 9th.

May, 3rd Sunday // Fishing Tourney (Specific fish)
 2009 date is the 17th, 2010 date is the 16th.

May ?? (varies) // Father's Day [GMN only]
 2009 date is the 21st, 2010 date is the 13th. In 2011, this holiday occurs in
 June, but otherwise it will always be in May.

May, 4th Sunday // Flea Market
 2009 date is the 24th, 2010 date is the 23rd.

May, last Sunday // Mother's Day [FRN only}
 2009 date is the 31st, 2010 date is the 30th.

June, 3rd Saturday // Bug-off
 During a Bug-off, your goal is to catch the rarest bugs you can and give them
 to Nat the beaver. There are a good deal of bugs around in June, so this
 should be easy enough. Stock up on a lot of different types, then show them to
 Nat in order of rarity (going by price is usually an efficient way to tell.)
 By doing this, you get more (sadly kinda cheap) items than you would by simply
 trying to beat your record each time. If you win, you'll get a Bug Trophy in
 the mail.

June, 3rd Sunday // Father's Day [NA, UK, FRN and JPN only]
 2009 date is the 21st, 2010 date is the 20th.

June 21 // Midsummer's Day [EUR only]
 Tortimer will give you an Espresso Maker when you talk to him. Brewster
 replacement?

June, 4th Sunday // Flea Market
 2009 date is the 28th, 2010 date is the 27th.

July 7 // Tanabata (Festival of the Weaver) [JPN only]
 Go see Tortimer for a Bamboo Grass.

July, 3rd Saturday // Bug-off
 2009 date is the 18th, 2010 date is the 17th.

July, 4th Sunday // Flea Market
 2009 date is the 26th, 2010 date is the 25th.

August, every Sunday // Fireworks
 On August Sundays, you can get Roman Candles and Sparklers from Tortimer.
 Fireworks will go off at night.

August, 3rd Saturday // Bug-off
 2009 date is the 15th, 2010 date is the 21st.

September, 1st Monday // Labor Day [NA only]
 You'll get a Picnic Basket from Tortimer.

September, 3rd Saturday // Bug-off
 2009 date is the 19th, 2010 date is the 18th.

September, 4th Sunday // Flea Market
 2009 date is the 27th, 2010 date is the 26th.

October 1 to 31 // Candy sale
 Nook will sell candy for all of October, for use during Halloween.

October ?? (varies) // Otsukimi (Moon Viewing) [JPN only]
 2009 date is the 3rd, 2010 date is the 22nd of September. This festival
 often occurs in September and sometimes in October. Tortimer will give you a
 Tsukimi dango (Moon Dumplings).

October ?? (varies) // Autumn Moon [NA and EUR only]
 2009 date is the 4th, 2010 date is the 23rd of September. This festival
 often occurs in September and sometimes in October. Tortimer will give you a
 Wheat Bundle.

October, 2nd Saturday // Fishing Tourney (All fish)
 2009 date is the 10th, 2010 date is the 9th.

October, 2nd Monday // Explorer's Day [NA only]
 2009 date is the 12th, 2010 date is the 11th. Tortimer will give you a
 Sailboat Model.

October, 4th Sunday // Flea Market
 2009 date is the 25th, 2010 date is the 24th.

October 31st // Halloween
 During your town's annual Halloween Party, all the villagers will be wearing a
 pumpkin mask. They'll run up to you when they see you, and if you talk to them
 you can choose to give them candy or be 'tricked'. The latter option will
 either give you a temporary pumpkin head, turn inventory items into jack o'
 lanterns and boxes, or turn your current clothes into rags (I suggest wearing
 a design and keeping valuables at home). However, there is one person in town
 who can be identified because he doesn't run up to you at all--Jack. Jack will
 give you Spooky items in exchange for candies, and if you refuse to give him
 candy, you'll get another special item (there are four of these, so you need
 to refuse four times). Simply enter a building and exit to get more stuff from
 Jack, provided you can find him again.

November 1st // Extra candy
 Villagers who participated in Halloween will give you leftover candies on this
 day.

November 1st to 30th // Mushroom hunting
 Every day, 6 mushrooms will be randomly generated in your town. They will be
 next to trees or buried undergound (in the case of Rare Mushrooms). One
 mushroom out of the six is actually a piece of furniture from the Mushroom
 Series. Mushroom prices and types are in ITEM.

November, 3rd Saturday // Fishing Tourney (Specific fish)
 2009 date is the 21st, 2010 day is the 20th.

November, 4th Sunday // Flea Market
 2009 date is the 22nd, 2010 date is the 21st.

November, 4th Thursday // Harvest Festival
 2009 date is the 26th, 2010 date is the 25th. The Harvest Festival lasts from
 3 pm to 9 pm. Search your town for Franklin the turkey (he'll be behind houses
 and trees). Agree to help him and he'll give you a Knife & Fork. Enter and
 exit a building and go look for him again, and he'll give you something from
 the Harvest Series in exchange for the Knife & Fork he just... gave... you.
 You can obtain more Knife & Fork sets from Tortimer at the Town Hall, although
 Franklin will frequently change locations.

December 6 // Naughty-or-Nice Day [EUR only]
 Go get a Stuffed Stocking from Tortimer.

December 11 to February 24 // Snowball making
 You can make snowmen and (if you get the proportions right--see SNOW) get
 Snowman items.

December, 2nd Saturday // Fishing Tourney (All fish)
 2009 date is the 12th, 2010 date is the 11th.

December 15 to January 3 // Tree lights
 The Cedar trees in your town will be covered in Christmas lights.

December 21 // Midwinter's Day [EUR only]
 See Tortimer at the Town Hall for a Snow Globe.

December 24 // Christmas Eve
 Jingle the reindeer will (from 8 pm onwards) be wandering around your town. To
 start, he'll be at the Town Hall, so go talk to him (wearing no accessories or
 hats, you'll see why in a minute) and get your first Jingle item. What you get
 is determined like this:
  Something to lean on --> Something to lean on = Jingle Wall
  Something to step on --> Something to step on = Jingle Carpet
  Something to lean on --> Huge things = random Jingle furniture
  Something to step on --> Huge things = random Jingle furniture
 ...You can get multiple Jingle items by first entering and exiting a building
 to reset his location, then finding him again (he'll be in an EMPTY villager
 house, outside a large building like Nook's or the Museum, or just wandering
 around a signpost). Then, don an accessory, hat, or a mix of the two, and talk
 to him. He'll give you a new item. You can repeat this process with as many
 accessory-and-hat combinations as you want, and umbrellas work too. So you can
 talk to him with:
  Small Shades + Red Tulip + Curly Moustache + Beach Umbrella
  Small Shades + Red Tulip + Curly Moustache
  Red Tulip + Beach Umbrella
  Red Tulip + Small Shades
  Red Tulip
 ...and so on. You can repeat individual accessories and things as long as you
 put them in a new *combination*. Mii masks and hairstyles work as well.
 Rejoice if you get extras of an item, because they sell for over 12,000 Bells
 apiece!

December 26 to December 31 // Special items at Nook's [JPN only]
 The Kadomatsu and Kagamimochi will be on sale.

December 31 // New Year's Eve
 Tortimer will give you Party Poppers, and there will be a big countdown clock
 near the Town Hall. Villagers and Tortimer will say different things depending
 on how close to midnight it is.

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 _|                               _/ ___ \_                                _
/ \-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-/  /_+_\  \--=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-/ \
¦+¦   [I] Natural  ++[NTRL]++    ___________  Landscaping, snowman-       ¦+¦
¦ ¦       wonders               /           \ making, time travelling...  ¦ ¦
¦_¦-----------------------------|___________|-----------------------------¦_¦

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¦     1. Bell rocks ++[ROCK]++                                                ¦
 =============================================================================
Thought all those rocks were just there to get in your way? They're actually a
prime source of Bells. All you need is a shovel and a plan.

Every day in your town, one rock will be randomly selected to act as a Bell
Rock. By hitting this rock with your shovel, Bells will pop out in steadily
increasing denominations. You may only harvest this rock once per character,
once per day, and the chosen rock will be different for different characters.
The next day, the rock will have changed, so you'll have to search a bit.

There's also a way to manipulate these rocks. The amount of Bells you recieve
is affected by how quickly and how many times you can hit the rock with your
shovel. By strategically digging two holes, you can maximize your reward to
8,100 Bells. It should look like this, where x=grass, 0=hole, Y=you and R=rock:

x o x
o Y x
x x R

...The holes will prevent you from being pushed too far back from the rock and
wasting precious time. Trees and other solid objects can also be used in place
of holes. If you have a Silver Shovel (not Golden), each Bell bag has a 10%
chance to double in amount. However, you may only recieve this bonus for one
bag if any.

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¦     2. Bell and item trees ++[TREE]++                                       ¦
 =============================================================================
Must resist money-on-trees joke... must resist money-on-trees joke...

Just like Bell Rocks, you'll also have randomly-generated Bell Trees in your
town. There are about (?) of these, and they change day by day. Both regular
and cedar trees will give Bells, but fruit trees and coconut palms will not.
The amount will always be 100 Bells.
The main downside to shaking trees is that you'll end up getting stung a lot,
but it's a nice way to make money fast or if Nook's is closed.

Besides Bell Trees, there will also be 2 or 3 Item Trees in your town that will
give furniture when shaken.

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¦     3. Hybridization ++[HYBR]++                                             ¦
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By strategically planting flowers, you can crossbreed them to produce flowers
unobtainable at Nook's store. If you want to create one of these special
hybrids, plant the two parent flowers side by side, or touching diagonally.
Check back periodically and keep your flowers watered, and if you're lucky,
they'll produce the flower you're looking for. If all 9 squares around the
flowers are blocked by obstacles, they will not produce child flowers. You may
also recieve regular-coloured flowers; for example, trying to breed two red
roses could give you either another red rose or the hybrid black rose.
If you want to go a step further, planting multiple flowers together will give
you a higher chance of getting a hybrid plant.

Roses
Red x Red = Black
Red x Yellow = Orange
Red x White = Pink
White x White = Purple
Purple x Black = Blue
Wilting Black x Golden Watering Can = Golden

Cosmos
Red x White = Pink
Red x Yellow = Orange
Red x Red = Black

Pansies
Red x Red = Purple
Red x Yellow = Orange
White x White = Blue

Tulips
Red x Red = Black
Red x White = Pink
Red x Yellow = Purple
Yellow x Yellow = Black

Carnations
Red x Pink = White

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¦     4. Snowmen ++[SNOW]++                                                   ¦
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During the winter season--specifically, around December 11 to February 24--you
will be able to create snowmen, by stacking snowballs on top of eachother. A
snowball will shrink when rolled across dirt, and increase in size when rolled
across snow. Snowballs can be destroyed by falling into water, falling off
cliffs, rolling into holes, and getting pushed into solid objects.

In order to make a 'perfect snowman', you need to have the head of the snowman
approximately 3/4 the size of its body. It can take a few tries to get right,
but once you've done it once or twice, you'll be able to tell instantly whether
a snowman is suitable or not. The snowman itself will let you know by
frequently commenting on its good looks. :)

The next time Pete delivers mail, you will recieve a letter from the snowman
(if it was perfect), along with an item from the Snowman Series. It is unusual
to recieve duplicates of a Snowman item before you have the full series
catalogged, but creating two snowmen before mail is delivered will result in
duplicate items.

Keep in mind that proportions are all that matters when making snowmen. You can
have a tiny snowman or a huge one, just as long as the proportions are correct.
Snowmen will also melt after being built, over a period of several days,
eventually disappearing completely.

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¦     5. Perfect town ++[PFCT]++                                              ¦
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====¦a. Acres                                ++[ACRE]++ ¦
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The first thing you'll need to do is define your town's acres. It's entirely
possible to attain perfect town status without defining acres, but it will be
much more painless if you do.
Every town is divided into 25 16 x 16 blocks, although you can't see the
boundaries. This is where patterns come in. Starting at a corner in your town
(I prefer to statr with the top-left corner and continue in rows), set down
patterns along the walls until you have a line of 16 blocks going across and a
row of 16 blocks going down. Something like this, where x = grass and [] =
pattern:

[][][][][][][][][][][][][][][][]
[]x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x
[]x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x
[]x x x
[]x x
[]x x
[]x x
[]x x
[]x x
[]x x
[]x x
[]x x
[]x x
[]x x
[]x x
[]x x

...Now, connect the ends to form a perfect square. This will be your first
acre. Note that you'll be able to count the patterns better if you can easily
tell where a pattern stops and another begins. I wrote a number in the center
of mine, with '1' for the first acre, '2' for the second and so on. Using
multiple characters helps if you need lots of different patterns.

If you run into a tree, flower, or other obstacle while placing patterns,
remember that it's part of the acre. So this tree here:

[]x x x x x x x
[]x x x x x x x
[][][] T [][][]

...Would be part of that acre. Acres can also, and will also, be obscured by
cliffs and water. I recommend finishing all of the 'clear' acres first, and
then finishing the others by comparing them with the clear acres. The fishing
rod will be quite useful here--you can cast it into the river to see across.
Your bottom row of acres will likely stop your line of patterns before you
reach 16; this is because the sea is part of those acres.

One final thing to remember is that acres are further divided into quarters, or
8 x 8 squares. You can't have more than 6 trees in a quarter, and surplus trees
will die. Just space them out a bit and you should be fine.

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====¦b. (re)Planting trees                   ++[PLNT]++ ¦
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Once you're finished with your acres (finally!), you're ready to start
swinging a big hunk of metal around and being a general menace to the
neighbourhood. Feels good to vent your frustration after having to place 400
individual squares in perfectly-arranged rows, doesn't it?

You can choose one of two different paths here. Either you demolish your whole
town and replant everything so that it's perfect in every sense of the word,
or you simply rearrange and plant a few trees, then do the actual remodeling
when you've achieved perfect town status. I chose the latter and am currently
in the process of setting up a fruit orchard and making things look nice,
although I know a fair few people who just got it all done in one go.

In any case, break out your axe and shovel! If you plant a tree where another
one used to be, it will have a 100% chance of growing, every time. This is
handy if you're trying to replace normal/local fruit trees with foreign fruit
trees. If you're simply planting saplings to increase the tree count in an
acre, then look for isolated spots of ground. The more you space things out,
the better chance you have of the tree growing. Ideally, you want your trees
to look like this:

x x x
x T x
x x x

...That is, you should be able to dig 8 holes around the tree.

So how many trees do you want per acre, exactly? That depends on how many
flowers you have. There's a full chart and explanation in FLWR, but the best
setup would be 12 trees per acre and 3 flowers per acre for at least 8 acres,
then 10 trees and 0 flowers for the rest of them. Saplings don't count towards
your total, so you'll need to wait for them to grow.

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====¦c. Planting flowers                     ++[FLWR]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------
Believe it or not, it's possible to have a completely treeless town! Of course,
this would take several months of buying and breeding flowers, but the option's
there. Here's a chart (well, two) to show you what I mean:

PERFECT ACRE
Tree count  Necessary flowers
0           27
1           25
2           23
3           21
4           19
5           17
6           15
7           13
8           11
9            9
10           7
11           5
12-15        3 (After 15 trees, the flower count starts to rebound)

DECENT ACRE
Tree count  Necessary flowers
0           21
1           19
2           17
3           15
4           13
5           11
6           9
7           7
8           5
9           3
10-17       0 (After 17 trees, the flower count starts to rebound)

...To attain a perfect town, you only need 8 acres to be perfect, and the other
17 to be decent.

As you can see, flowers are vital. Stock up whenever you can, and feel free to
plant roses with roses and pansies with pansies. Now would be an excellent time
to try for some hybrids, since you're doing so much gardening anyways. Water
any dying flowers you see, and remember that dandelions count too!

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====¦d. Maintaining it                       ++[WAIT]++ ¦
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The final step, before your town can be called 'perfect', is making sure there
are no weeds, clovers, trash, and items lying around. Run through your town
every day and try to keep it maintained. Water dying plants. Keep the ground
clear. Be merciless with those weeds. If you can keep it up for 16 straight
days, Pelly (or Phyllis) will award you the Golden Watering Can. Finally! Lots
of work, but worth it, aye?

If things aren't working out, check with Pelly or Phyllis to see what could be
the problem:

    Pelly mentions...               What to do...
"gross flowers/eyesores"        Get rid of all Rafflesia in your town.
"weeds... stirring everyone up" Pick all weeds. Clovers count as well.
"garbage lying around"          Find and throw away boots, cans, and tires.
"too much stuff on the ground"  Pick up all items (buried junk may count)
"too many trees in some areas"  Spread trees out more, chop a few down.
"not enough greenery"           Look at the FLWR chart, plant lots of trees.
"make sure to do your part"     Look at the FLWR chart, plant lots of flowers.
"...wonderful town like [name]" Hooray, your town is perfect! Now wait 16 days.

Phyllis' responses are pretty similar, but she mentions wanting to live in a
nice place rather than a bad place for response #7, and says "isn't living here
better than you expected?" for the last (perfect town) response.

**Remember, only 8 acres need to be perfect. The rest can just be decent. The
FLWR chart is your friend. Use it! And... good luck.**

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¦     6. Time traveling ++[TIME]++                                            ¦
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Time Traveling, or simply TTing for short, is the art of manipulating the
ingame clock for your own benefit. Be warned that some players look down on
TTers, and consider it cheating or damaging to the Wifi economy.

You can either talk to Rover to change the clock, or change the actual clock in
the Wii. It's recommended that you go for the second option, as it won't mess
up your game as badly.

Time Traveling pros:
-You can quickly make a lot of Bells, by harvesting Bell rocks, fruit trees,
etc.
-You can buy certain seasonal items at the various shops.
-Neighbours who are packing will leave, and neighbours waiting to move in will
do so.
-Festivals will be accessible again if you missed one, or want to try one.
-By time traveling backwards, you can grab Nook items you missed that were in
stock on any given day. TTing forwards also gets you new stock.
-More fossils, gyroids, etc can be harvested.
-You can get all the New Year's shirts, even the ones from previous years.
-Redd will sometimes close shop--this can be ducked by TTing.
-Saplings and trees will grow.

Time traveling cons:
-Time traveling forwards will make weeds grow in your town.
-Mail can be a little awry for a day or two.
-If you travel over a week past the real date, auctions will be closed.
-Flowers will die.
-Your haircut will be replaced with the Bedhead style if you TT too far. This
can, of course, be a benefit to those who want the style.
-Cockroaches will appear in your home, which you can kill by stepping on them.
-Backwards TTing kills white turnips.
-It can mess up turnip sales a lot (this is fixable, however. See below.)

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====¦a. Resynchronizing the clock            ++[SYNC]++ ¦
=====---------------------------------------------------
If you're having issues with time traveling, especially messed-up turnip sales,
there is a way to fix it. Follow these steps to get your game back on track:

1. Set the Wii clock to your current time. Have a watch out.
2. Quickly load up Animal Crossing, then navigate to the time options.
3. Wait until a minute's gone by since the time you set the Wii clock to.
4. Set your AC clock to that time.
5. You're done. There is no step 5. My OCD likes nice, common numbers. ;)

Any issues should clear up in about a week.

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¦     7. Grass patterns & desertification ++[GRSS]++                          ¦
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====¦a. Grass patterns                       ++[PTRN]++ ¦
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You may have noticed that your friend's grass looks a little different from
your own. In fact, there are several different types of grass, one of which is
randomly selected for you when you first start up your town. Grass patterns
change every winter, then change back when spring comes. Here are the different
patterns and their corresponding snow pattern:

GRASS       SNOW
Triangle    Square
Star        Circle
Circle      Star
Square      Hexagon
Hexagon     Triangle (unconfirmed)

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====¦b. Desertification                      ++[DSRT]++ ¦
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Desertification is the deterioration of your grass. It occurs most severely in
the wintertime, and less severely in the spring and summertime.

Here, I'll explain the mechanisms of desertification:

-Running over grass hurts it. Not running over grass preserves it. Grass is
only affected by whether or not you run on it--this is the only way to lose
your grass.
-Running at full speed seriously harms the grass. 'Jogging', or walking fast
enough that your arms are held behind you and not swinging, somewhat harms the
grass. Walking slowly doesn't do too much damage.
-Every day at 6 AM, the game 'resets', updating whatever needs to be updated.
Flowers will die or become healthy if you watered them, trees will grow, stuff
like that. It also affects your grass. Essentially, if you run over one tile of
grass, just once, it'll experience what I call 'Instant Grass Loss'. IGL can
only occur ONCE per day, but it resets at 6. You can actually see the
difference immediately--it's more obvious in the winter months--a few spots of
grass will have disappeared.
-There is also something I like to call 'Prolonged Grass Loss'. PGL is not
visible until some time goes by. If you run around a LOT on any given grass
tile, that tile will lose more grass than a tile you only commited IGL on.
-Some months are better than others in terms of grass regrowth as well as grass
conservation. During the spring and summer (it peaks in June), you'll lose
grass more slowly and it'll grow back faster. In winter (it peaks in December),
the snow/grass will be very fragile, so be careful.
-If you leave the game alone, no difference will be visible in your grass. You
need to log in for it to grow--in other words, you need to trigger the 6 AM
reset that I mentioned.
-Flowers increase the grass growth several times over. Trees about double it.
-There are some dirt patches in your town that are supposed to be grass-free
from the start.

Here, I'll run you through the basics of protecting your town from serious
grass loss:

1. The paths method
 Lay down patterns (I recommend a width of 2 patterns) to create paths. This
won't protect your grass, but if you stay on the paths, you'll end up with some
very nice dirt roads in your town, and grass will grow everywhere else. You'll
want thin branches diverging from the main path, so you can reach flowers,
fossils and the like. If you must walk off of the path, do so very slowly.
2. The TTing method
 Time travel to June, then go one day forwards at a time (large jumps won't do
anything). It'll take a while, but eventually your grass will grow back.
3. The gardener's method
 Plant flowers everywhere you possibly can. Water flowers, buy flowers, breed
flowers. They greatly increase grass regrowth, so a combination of flowers,
careful walking, and possibly paths will really help out.

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¦     8. Getting a tan ++[TANS]++                                             ¦
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There are several stages of skin colour, from the first shade to a fairly dark
brown. By spending more time outside, like in the real world, your character's
skin will gradually darken as he or she gets a tan. You can only get a tan
through June to September, and after running around a lot, you'll see any
changes the next day. The sky must also be clear to get a tan, and from about 8
in the morning to 5 in the afternoon. You can prevent tanning with a parasol or
umbrella.(Personally, one thing that's always bugged me is the fact that you
can't choose your skin colour at the start. Lame, Nintendo, very lame. You can
kind of do this with Mii Masks, though.)

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0.50 // January 4, 2009
First version of the guide submitted.

0.55 // January 5, 2009
Filled in Hybridization and Snowmen sections, fixed a few random blank spaces
and things. Changed email to a slightly less annoying one. Added (currently
empty) Grass & desertification section, and finished the PTS subsection.

0.80 // January 19, 2009
Can't... feel... fingers... Item list is *fanfare* complete. This was a lengthy
task, so I'm glad to have finished it. Updated GracieGrace with info about
Gracie's discount. Updated Katrina's section with fortune/charm info. Made CNTC
less intimidating. Added Carnations to Hybridization section. Finally, added
"By Style" info for the shoes.

0.85 // April 11, 2009
It's been a long time, no? Few quick updates. Next update will be the complete
version 1, after which I'll work on aesthetics/finalizing and fixing stuff.

1.00 // May 3, 2009
WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO~
Okay, now that I've got that out of my system... it's done! For all intents and
purposes, anyways. Everything is at least filled out. Any future updates will
be to add in 'hard' information--fish sizes I haven't found yet, stationery
descriptions, stuff like that.

1.10 // June 5, 2009
Character list is now complete.

1.15 // June 9, 2009
Added a section on tanning, something I wasn't actually aware of until now! :P
Also added a few more stationery descriptions.

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None yet, but feel free to start asking. Seriously, I love mail! Just refer to
the Contact section first and go over the guidelines.

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Thanks to...
Nintendo, for (pretty) consistently making awesome games
My parents, since otherwise I wouldn't exist and neither would this FAQ
Big thanks to everyone at ACC for the awesome memories (anyone remember
KasaiKitsune? Yeah, those were the days)
The ACCF wiki community, for putting together some great stuff

Info sources...
minimang123 and Liquefy, for bug times
Myster Mask, for special character information
Liquefy and Chesu, for other general info
accf.wikispaces.com, for general info

Fixes are thanks to...
Andrew N. (confirmed duplicate Snowman items)
David J. (silver shovel information, corrected 8.4k from the Bell rock to 8.1k)
Luke M. (axe is 400 Bells, not 500)
Linda I. (eggs are marked with cracks on Bunny Day)
pokeaddict17 (contributed a stationery description for lined paper)
Kallie (corrected a typo in the Wendell section)