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    		 |  Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life  |
          		 |	  neofans1@yahoo.com        |			
         		 |	      Money FAQ             |
      Table of Contents            | 
    I.    Introduction             |
    II.   Updates                  |
    III.  Money: What is it really | 
    IV.   Top 7 Ways	       |
          1.Trees		       |
          2.Animals                |
          3.Crops                  |
          4.Fishing                |
          5.Digging                |
          6.Foraging               |
          7.Friendship             |
    V.    FAQ                      |
    VI.   Legal Rights             |
    VII.  Credits                  |
    Harvest Moon is a simulation game where you are a farmer. You plant 
    crops, take care of animals, and live your life. You get many choices in
    this game, you get to choose your wife, your kid's career, and how
    you want to live your life. The main goal is to keep the farm up and
    running, and make some cash. You might think that's boring, but that's
    when the game will suck you in. By the way, I am using the same format
    from my Animal FAQ, can you see the comparison? Thanks to that, I made
    this FAQ A LOT faster and easier. This is my second Harvest Moon FAQ. 
    Version 1.4 - I fixed more errors (as usual) and I added some more
     	      important information on crops and trees, like some
    	      of the selling information. Still working on my new
    	      FAQ, hopefully I can actually put it up!
    Version 1.2 - I fixed some errors, and added more things to everything.
    	      I'm glad that I am getting a lot of emails, but remember
    	      that I cannot always answer all of them. I'm also planning
    	      to work on my last and final FAQ for Harvest Moon: AWL.
    Version 1.0 - I sent it to Gamefaqs, hopefully they will accept it. If
    	      they do, I will know that I will get A LOT more emails.
    	      I did pretty much everything I needed to start out with.
    	      If you got anything to add, email me.
    Future Updates
    I plan to add more information about everything. I don't want to get
    too long but I do want to be a little descriptive. If I find anything
    else that can help you get money, I will add it to the Top 7 and make
    it Top 8. I will continue this until I find something else to add.
    Planning to work on my third and maybe final Harvest Moon FAQ. 
    	Why is money helpful you ask? Well, you need it to fully 
    enjoy this game, I mean sure you can still enjoy the game, but without
    money you couldn't buy animals, buildings, the "Good" tools, and others.
    Unless this game had a communist system, you couldn't buy any
    of that stuff, especially the expensive buildings like the Milking Room
    and Food Processing Room. 	
    	Money will help you in tough situations, like if you're hungry,
    you could go to the bar and buy some juice. Or buy some 'steroids' from
    Van. Don't have crops, well money will let you buy some more. I can go
    on and on about what money will do, but to sum it all up, 
    "It will let you buy stuff." Can it get anymore simpler than that?
    --------IV.Top 7 Ways--------
    Trees are the biggest givers, although they can only produce fruit 
    in one season, if you have multiple and even different types, 
    you can buy everything in the first couple of years. I don't really
    suggest using the 'One-Million Dollars Per Season' trick because
    it will really suck the fun out of trying hard to raise money
    and to finally enjoy having your hard-worked Milking Room! But if
    you do want some money at least, try having at least 1 or 2 trees, 
    and if you want to make the game even harder, don't use the fruit
    in the seed-maker, give them as gifts!
    The real secret to trees is that instead of selling or giving the 
    fruit they produce, use the very handy Seed-Maker to make 2 bags
    per fruit your tree makes. This is profitable because the fruit
    bags sell for a lot of money, like 400 or 600 per bag! Multiply
    that times all the fruit, and even the different trees, and consider
    yourself the ruler of Forget-Me-Not Valley. If you don't want to sell
    the bags right away, plant those seeds and the next seasons you will
    have even more trees! Doing this alone will overpass any kind of 
    money your crops will make (which is not a lot by the way)! That is 
    the true power, of Harvest Moon Trees! If you want to make even more
    money, make tree hybrids, check the Crop FAQ at Gamefaqs for help.
    Buying(Seed) Prices
    Apple-   820G; Harvest in Fall
    Banana- 1500G; Harvest in Summer		
    Grape-   900G; Harvest in Fall
    Orange-  820G; Harvest in Summer
    Peach-  1120G; Harvest in Summer
    Selling Prices
              -B-      -A-      -S-   
    Apple     25G      35G      45G
    Banana 	  35G      45G      55G
    Grape     35G      45G      55G
    Orange    30G      40G      50G
    Peach     40G      50G      60G
    Million-Dollar Trick
    Thanks to Fullgore EXE from the Harvest Moon:AWL Gamefaqs Message 
    Board! This trick is used when you just plainly plant a bunch of trees
    and when they all harvest just use the seed maker to get the seeds,
    later sell those seeds. But be warned, this is almost like a cheat, I
    recommend you don't do this because the game gets VERY easy and you
    could get almost everything there is to get early in the game, 
    but it's you choice.
     Peach = 1120
     Banana = 1500
     Orange = 820
     All Together = 3440
     Orange + Peach = Ramunge
     Banana + Peach = Mangeramu
     Ramunge + Mangeramu = No Name Tree 
     With 7.5 of those trees, you can make 500,000g in summer
     With 15 of those trees, you can get 1,000,000g's in one season. Amazing.
     Each tree produces 24 fruits per season. Put four fruits into the seed maker,
     get 8 seeds. Plant them and next year, be prepared to get LOTS of money."
    I won't go very detailed into animals because there is already a whole
    FAQ on it. (Made by me ^_^) Anyways, the most profitable animals
    are the unexpected cows. Although they can only produce milk for
    40 days, it will add about 15,000+ to your income! But that depends
    on the type of cow you have, because if you had a star cow, then the
    income will be a lot more. After the 40 days are up, have your cow
    get pregnant again, and repeat the process. But I suggest you always 
    have one cow pregnant, and one cow giving milk, so once one cow will
    finish their milking limit, your other cow will give birth and start
    their 40 day limit. Then just have your cow that stopped their milking
    pregnant, and continue this process. You can even sell their children
    to make more money, but be warned, for it will make your parent cows
    unhappy, probably even giving less graded milk! So think before you act!
    Milk Prices
                     -B-         -A-         -S-
    Star Cow        270G         405G        540G
    Marble Cow      115G         175G        225G
    Brown Cow       115G         175G        225G  
    Normal Cow       75G         115G        150G
    You could also have some chickens, all you need to start your chicken
    family growing, is two chickens. One female and one male, once you
    have those two, the female will one day produce a fertilized egg. Use
    that and put in the incubator. Once it hatches, it will be a chick, and
    then put another fertilized egg that very day, you'll be surprised by
    how fast you will have many chickens. Make sure you only have one 
    male though, if you do get one restart before it hatches and hope
    for a female. Make sure you leave some space if you want the ducks
    that come along in the summer, 2nd chapter. The eggs the chickens produce 
    can be profitable sometimes, especially if you just started with a 
    male and female and grew the rest. But the profit won't be that a big
    a much like the cows. 
    Egg Prices
    Normal       40G
    Fertilized   50G
    Golden      300G
    ---Chicken Tip---
    From Derby Jones:
     "Just wanted to point out that if you sell the grown chickens that you 
    can raise from the fertilized eggs, you can make $450 every 5 days."
    I could also mention the goats in here, but I suggest you not even get
    them at all, because later you be complaining and say why you even
    got them in the first place. Goats produce milk for one year, and 
    thats all, cant sell them, and is VERY hard to kill them. They are good
    if you don't have much space, and want fast bucks, but in the long 
    run, it is the worst possible thing you can ever have. Sheep are
    pretty good too, first time you get one, it will not be profitable
    at all, but once it starts to produce Golden Wool, it will be a lot
    better. But try not to get too many sheep. The fastest I ever got a
    sheep to give Golden Wool was thoughout one season! Just brush it 
    twice everyday, talk to it, and hug it. Also, don't forget to wash
    it's wool!
    Goat Prices
    Goat Milk   115G
    Goat Cheese 155G
    Goat Butter 150G
    Sheep/Wool Prices
    Sheep             1500G
    Wool                75G
    White Wool         115G
    Golden Wool        600G
    Now we go on to #3. Crops are not very profitable in the beginning, 
    but later, if you mix the powers of fertilizer, the seed maker, and
    Tartan, they will start to get handy. If you like mixing stuff then
    combine the different type of crops/fruits to get hybrid crops. There
    are many different combinations, so see the Hybrid FAQ for help. Each
    hybrid has their one specialty, or not. Some can even water the crops
    around that plant! But the real profit is by the seed maker. Use 
    fertilizer (About 8 bags or more) to get S Class crops. Once they
    hopefully grow, instead of selling them right away (which will actually
    cause a loss) put them in the seed maker to get 2 S Class bags of that
    one crop. Replant them when you get a chance, and continue this process
    till you will get used to always getting S Crops and you will never
    see B Crops again! You could also use some of the S Crops to give
    to make friends faster, since sometimes when you give them B Crops they
    will say that the crop wasn't good, but then they will say that the 
    crop was excellent and very good tasting and stuff like that. Sell
    those S Crops too to get a fair amount of money. What I've noticed is 
    that when crops go up one rank their selling price will go up by 
    10G. Might not seem a lot, but when you sell a lot of crops you will
    easily see the difference.
    Seed/Bag Prices
    Tomato        30G   Grows through Spring-Fall
    Watermelon    60G   Grows through Spring-Summer
    Strawberry    30G   Grows through Fall-Spring
    Melon         50G   Grows through Summer-Fall  
    Turnip        20G   Grows through Summer-Winter
    Potato        40G   Grows through Winter-Spring
    Carrot        30G   Grows through Fall-Winter
    Sweet Potato  40G   Grows in Fall Only
    Selling Prices
                  -B-      -A-      -S-    
    Tomato        35G      45G      55G      
    Watermelon    75G      85G      95G      
    Strawberry    35G      45G      55G              
    Melon         70G      80G      90G          
    Turnip        25G      35G      45G      
    Potato        60G      70G      80G      
    Carrot        45G      55G      65G      
    Sweet Potato  60G      70G      80G      
    Hybrid 1 Selling Prices (Alpabetical order)
                 -B-      -A-      -S-    
    Berryber     75G      85G      95G
    Berryto      75G      85G      95G    
    Berrytoma    50G      60G      70G 
    Bashber      95G      105G     115G 
    Bashota      85G      95G      105G   
    Cabber       80G      90G      100G  
    Caberry      50G      60G      70G      
    Cady         50G      60G      70G  
    Camelo       80G      90G      100G  
    Dhibe        40G      50G      60G 
    Dhilon       65G      75G      85G                
    Gretoma      75G      85G      95G
    Kandy        60G      70G      80G             
    Kanro        70G      80G      90G 
    Kashry       95G      105G     115G  
    Melober      100G     110G     120G      
    Melotoma     70G      80G      90G      
    Paberryta    65G      75G      85G  
    Potamelo     90G      100G     110G  
    Radita       60G      70G      80G       
    Raury        70G      80G      90G  
    Sholo        90G      100G     110G     
    Tataro       70G      80G      90G      
    Tobatama     65G      75G      85G     
    Tomaca       55G      65G      75G      
    Trady        40G      50G      60G         
    Yamato       65G      75G      85G      
    Fish are good to make some big bucks early in the game. Though some
    of the fish are very cheap, they can be more valuable due to the
    skill of cooking. Not only can you sell them, but you could cook 
    them and give them away. I take it that you know how to fish,
    if not, use the handy Fishing FAQ. If you ever do catch cheap fish
    like Snelts or Colombos, give them away at first. But once you cook
    about 20 dishes, you will get more choices of different recipes. You 
    will get the Hors de voure option will which allow you to cook
    Sashimi, and the ingredient is ONE fish. No more, no less. That sells
    for about 150G, so imagine a 120G profit from a regular Colombo! The
    good fish to catch are the Sharshark which appear around the mouth of 
    the river, so I suggest you fish there, but colombos and snelts are
    very common in that area. Fishing takes patience though, sometimes 
    you only catch 1 fish others you catch 5 or more. Don't just waste
    all your time fishing, there are better things in life (of Harvest Moon)
    to do!
    Fish selling prices
    Arna            400G Caught in pond or the spring
    Big Arna        800G Caught in pond or the spring
    Colombo          20G Caught in pond, spring, lower river, swamp 
                         or middle river. "Pond or Downstream fish. 
    	             Easy to catch!" 
    Big Colombo      40G Caught in pond, spring, lower river, swamp 
                         or middle river."Pond or downstream fish.
    		     Doesn't taste good."
    Huchep           90G Caught in waterfall."Upper river fish. 
    		     Good for meuniere set."
    Big Huchep      170G Caught in waterfall."Upper river fish. 
    		     Plain flavor."
    Nyamame          60G Caught in waterfall."Upper river fish. 
    		     Plain flavor."
    Big Nyamame     130G Caught in waterfall."Upper river fish.
    		     Good for meuniere set."
    Rainbob          80G Caught in swamp or lower river."Downstream 
    		     or spring fish."
    Big Rainbob     150G Caught in swamp or lower river."Downstream 
    		     or spring fish."
    Sharshark       600G Caught in lower or middle river."Downstream fish.
    		     Very rare!"
    Big Sharshark  1200G Caught in lower or middle river."Downstream fish. 
    		     Rare with a unique flavor."
    Snelt            30G Caught in pond, spring, lower or middle river,
                         or the swamp."Downstream or spring. The smallest
    Big Snelt       160G Caught in pond, spring, lower or middle river,
                         or the swamp. Downstream or spring fish."
    Yamame          500G Caught in waterfall."Upper river or pond fish. 
    		     Pretty rare!"
    Big Yamame     1000G Caught in waterfall.
    Digging in the archeology place isn't very profitable in the beginning,
    but in later chapters, that dig site will grow, and you will get 
    more chances to dig (although you could also dig as much as you want
    in the first chapter, since you could keep digging even if you didn't
    get the item in the first try). The different items you get also differs
    according to what chapter you're in, for example, you could get a skull
    fossil in the first chapter, and in the second chapter you could get a 
    whole different fossil. This also goes with ores and every other item.
    The best time to dig though is early in the morning (around 9:45 AM when
    Carter goes in sometimes) or when it's raining and you don't feel like fishing. 
    The items you find can also be given away, in fact, some really like 
    those items. 
    Item Prices
    Back Fossil-  300G
    Fossil-        40G
    Hip Fossil-    60G
    Skull Fossil-  50G
    Strange Fossil-80G
    Gold Coin-     30G
    Old Coin-      10G
    Silver Coin-   40G
    Human Statue-  40G
    Horse Statue-  70G
    Hop Ore-       80G
    Moon Ore-      40G
    Prosper Ore-  300G
    Sugar Ore-     50G
    Temple Ore-   150G
    Jade Ball-    150G
    Stone Disk-   500G
    Strange Item- 300G
    (Items Below not for sale)
    Tablet C
    Tablet D
    Tablet E
    Tablet F
    Tablet G
    Mysterious Tablet 
    (Thanks to Sophy D for giving me the complete list of the items!)
    Ever see those flowers and mushroom looking things around town, 
    well grab them, especially flowers. They can give some money
    and can be used to woo your girlfriend. The flowers/herbs that
    grow around town depend on the season you are in. You could also
    sell them to Van if you don't want them, but if you want to keep
    them, it's always fine. Although you cannot make a huge profit, you
    could use one flower called the Upseed and mix it with a crop or
    seed bag (not sure) and you will get it S Class. So that will speed
    things up for you if you want quick S crops.
    Item Prices
    Key (F)=Flower (H)=Herb
    (F)Goddess Drop- 15G
    (H)Mugwort-      15G
    (F)Toy Flower-   10G
    (F)Happy Lamp-   15G
    (F)Mist Moon-    10G
    (H)Royal Fern-   15G
    (H)Bracken-      15G
    (F)Gemsoil-      20G
    (H)Hackberry-    20G
    (H)Matsutake-   100G
    (F)Trick Blue-   10G
    (F)Amorous-      10G
    (H)Sorrel-       20G
    (F)Upseed(!)-    25G
    Item Locations
    Thanks to Morgan Cole for this info!
    Goddes Drop- Waterfall, Vesta's Farm
    Mugwort-     Around your farm, Around town
    Toy Flower-  Sprites' spring, Nina's grave
    Happy Lamp-  Gustafa's yurt
    Mist Moon-   Sprites' spring, Nina's grave
    Royal Fern-  Your farm, Around town
    Hackberry -  Around your farm, Around town
    Matsutake -  Around Vesta's farm
    Trumpet -    Sprites' spring
    Gemsoil-     Around the excavation site
    Trick Blue-  Around turtle swamp
    Sorrel-      Around town
    Amorous-     Around turtle swamp
    Upseed-      Near the river, By Cody's house.
    You might be wondering, how could friendship give you money? Well,
    sometimes when you are good friends with somebody, they will give
    you some items. Pointless ones by the way. But the main item to
    get is the Seed maker. I will list here just the people that give you
    something like a tool that you can sell if you don't want. 
    Item: Seed Maker 
    Character: Daryl (Crazy scientist)
    What he likes: Fish, some items found in dig site.
    Event: If you give him these items starting from the beginning of
    the game you will get the seed maker around Summer maybe. You have all
    the time in the world to get this thing so don't worry, if you
    don't get it first chapter, get it in the next. To activate this event, 
    visit his house anytimes he is in there and there is a chance you will
    this event. He will start talking about his inventions and decides
    to give you his seed maker. You then end up in the tool shed and he 
    talks some more. Enjoy your new seedmaker!
    Item: Ruby's Spice
    Character: Ruby (Tim's wife)
    What she likes: Flowers, and some dishes (Hates pickled turnips)
    Event: This is pretty easy to get, just give her those items
    everyday, you will sometimes see her walking around to that mountain
    path or inside the inn. Anyways, to activate this event, just see 
    her when she is in the kitchen of the inn. She will ask you if
    you cook or not, just say yes and the Spice will be yours.
    (Ruby Spice Secret) Thanks to: Maidencanada and blade202
    First befriend ruby and get her spice then cook with it by going into
    the category of salad or whatever but only put it down once then click
    start keep doing this as much as you want and sell it for quick cash, 
    but make sure you always keep one so you don't lose it forever! 
    (Ruby's Quick Recipes) Thanks to: megabattler13
    "For getting new recipes, just go to the Inner Inn when
    Ruby is inside her room or when in the kitchen. Keep
    talking to her until she says something like come to
    me if you want to learn new recipes. Once you do that,
    go to your house and a new recipe will be available.
    That's how I got dessert, appetizer, and entree. Its
    much faster and cheaper than cooking lots of things."
    (Not sure if this is all true, but if this happened to you please
    tell me.")
    Item: Weird Hoe
    Character: Tim (Ruby's husband)
    What he likes: Fish, some dishes like Pickled Turnips
    Event: Give him gifts, be nice, etc. Then one day, when
    he is in his room, you might get a cutscene about him
    and you will end up getting the Weird Hoe, weird huh?
    Something I found about this is that I used this tool all
    night long one day and never got tired, so I'm thinking that
    weird tools never get you tired, but I have still to 100%
    confirm this.
    Item: Strange Hoe
    Character: Vesta (The 'easy to spot' farmer)
    What she likes: Flowers, milk, and crops
    Event: I suggest you save everything else and just give her
    some flowers everyday. You will get in when you walk into her
    house and she will say that she doesn't know how to use it so
    she just gives it to you. You might find getting these items
    a lot easier than you think!
    Item: Weird Sickle
    Character: Hardy (Doctor with the hairy legs O_o)
    What he likes: Fish
    Event: Once you are friends with him, by giving him stuff, he will 
    give you the Weird Sickle when you walk into his house, but he
    will only say to becareful with it. How could you becareful with it
    though, you could only 'Show' it to people and 'Use' on grass!
    I found something 'weird' about this sickle, I used it all night
    long and never got tired, so I think this sickle never get's you
    tired, but I may be wrong on that.
    Item: Strange Sickle
    Character: Gustafa (Hippie guy)
    What he likes: Flowers, especially colorful ones.
    Event: Give him cheap flowers everyday, he will always be around
    his house either chilling or playing his guitar. You get this item
    by going in his house (hippie hut) one day and you will get yet
    another cutscene. He will say he just found it on the beach and
    will give it to you. 
    Item: Cody's Art
    Character: Cody (tough looking guy)
    What he likes: Flowers, though I find it unusual.
    Event: Befriend him (like every other event...) and enter his house
    one day and he will give you a piece of his art. You will get this
    late in the game though.
    Item: Shears
    Character: Wally (Guy who runs)
    What he likes: Eggs, Old coins
    Event: I suggest you give him old coins (he says they are yummy...)
    and he will like you more. Enter his house when he is there, and
    he will give them to you, he probably shaved his legs with them ^_^
    Item: Strange Watering Can
    Character: Romana (old lady, sometimes in wheel chair)
    What she likes: Flowers 
    Event: Give her the flowers when she is not sitting on the wheel-chair
    because she will just say not now. When you do befriend her, she will
    one day give it to you when you enter her house. This watering can is
    pointless because it only holds one space for water. So that's where I
    think where the name comes from 'Strange'. Not only will you get this
    watering can, but later you will get a cat!
    This watering can is meant for trees since it can only hold up to
    one space of land - Thanks to ChIpMuNk828, and Jon Clark
    These are the 'Frequently Asked Questions' I made most of them
    myself, and put the ones that I see appear frequently in the 
    message boards. If you have any questions, just write 'Money FAQ'
    as the title and ask me your question. Although I cannot answer all
    of them, I will try to answer most. So keep those questions going!
    -Where should I plant the trees?-
    You should plant them where plan never to grow crops in. 
    AKA the unfertilized field. Or you could put them anywhere else
    you want, just maker sure you put them in this kind of pattern.
    000      0= Space (There must never be anything here!)
    0T0      T= Where to plant Tree
    -Should I do that million dollar trick?-
    I suggest you don't, but if you want to go ahead. I say no because
    you will get a lot of money real fast and you will be able to
    buy all the expensive stuff really early. You will then get bored
    and stop playing. But do whatever the hell you want. 
    -Which tree should I buy?-
    All depends on you, I am not your ruler, choose whatever you
    want, or just count 2 seasons after you will plant them to 
    see when they harvest, but do whatever you want.
    -How many times can I milk a cow per day?-
    Twice if you milk them once in the morning and once
    in the afternoon/night.
    -Why did my cow stop giving milk?-
    Because the 40 day limit ended, get you cow pregnant
    again and wait till it has another baby!
    -Why didn't I get the ducks?-
    You have to have the pond and wait till summer of second chapter.
    If you didn't get them just wait till next year. Note you also
    have to have enough room in your chicken coop.
    -I ran out of food, how do I get more?-
    If you ran out of fodder for the barn animals, cut some more, if
    you ran out of chicken feed, you much go buy some more in the ledger!
    -I harvested my crop, but it wouldn't grow another one!-
    That's how it is in this game, you could only harvest the crop
    once, and that's it. It's not like in the other games where they
    keep growing until the season ends. 
    -Only one seed came out of the bag!-
    In this game too, there is no longer the 3X3 combination, only
    1 seed comes out of the bag. Better get used to this new style to pal!
    -What, only 5G profit for one crop!-
    Well, that is because you only had a B crop, you need S and A to get
    a bigger profit. To increase value use the fertilizer, but it will be
    extremely pointless in the beginning, so wait till you get the seed
    maker, then use fertilizer and get S bags.
    -Grrr, I keep getting stupid Snelts/Colombos-
    Well, those are the most common fish so don't worry about it. If you
    don't want to sell them, just cook them into Sashimi if you can,
    or just give them away.
    -Why can't I get the Horse de vour option?-
    You haven't cooked enough foods yet, I suggest you grow a bunch of 
    turnips and cook them all into Pickled Turnips. You will get those
    options in no time.
    -Why can't I even catch a fish?-
    Don't press A when your control rumbles, press A a while after the
    whole bobbler drops down. Patience is the key!
    -Why can't I find anything?-
    That could possibly be because you have bad. But if you actually want
    to find something, you could still keep on digging even if you dug in
    that square before. Dig as much as you want.
    -What is this tablet I found?-
    Don't even bother with it. Carter will take it from you once you leave.
    Once you do find a whole bunch of those though, Carter could even
    give you his trusty chihuahua. 
    -When is the best time to dig?-
    When it's raining, or when you have nothing else to do, but really there
    is no 'Best' time, just dig whenever you want to!
    -I can't find that flower, where is it?-
    I don't have a list of where to find those items yet,
    so look around at all places and wait till I post something
    on it or when someone will gladly give me the information.
    -Should I eat or sell the herbs/mushroom?-
    I suggest you eat them because if you sell them you will
    not gain much profit, but do whatever you want.
    -Should I sell or give the flowers?-
    I suggest you just give them away, most people like flowers
    and if you sell them you will get VERY little. 
    -Why didn't I get the item yet? I give him/her stuff everyday!-
    Good job, continue giving the person gifts until you actually
    get the cutscene. All this takes patience, so just be calm and
    hope when you enter their house that you get the scene!
    -What do those weird/strange tools do?-
    I have no idea yet, either they reduce fatigue, or it could be possible
    that they each do their different effects. For example, the strange 
    sickle could let the grass grow faster, or the weird hoe will let the
    newly dug ground last longer, but I'm not at all sure. 
    -Could I be a good friend and steal all your info?-
    NO! Now read down!
    ----------VI.Legal Rights---------
    Copyright 2004 - Luis Jacob Mendez
    This may be not be reproduced under any circumstances except for 
    personal, private use. It may not be placed on any web site or otherwise
    distributed publicly without advance written permission. Use of this 
    guide on any other web site or as a part of any public display is
    strictly prohibited, and a violation of copyright.
    All I'm asking for is for you to at least ask and (most likely) I will
    let you use this FAQ in you website. Just ask, thanks!
    This is who I'd like to thank for helping me, even in some small things.
    -God (For everything......duh!)
    -Natsume (For making the best game of all time!!!!!!!)
    -CJayC (For posting this FAQ up, yay it's my third!)
    -Me (For writing this)
    -These are the people who took the time and wrote to me about my errors.
     Fullgore EXE, marsiman, Sohphy D., Maidencanada, blade202, ChIpMuNk828, 
     Jon Clark, Morgan Cole, Derby Jones, and megabattler13.
    Now I end this classical (again) by saying......	           ~fin

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