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Harvest Moon: Blossom of Youth
Developer Natsume
Publisher Konami
Genres Fighting
Platform Nintendo Wii U
Ratings
ERating 12Rating

Harvest Moon: Blossom of Youth is an upcoming life/farming simulation game from Natsume and Nintendo. Exclusively for the Nintendo Wii U, Harvest Moon: Blossom of Youth is the first Harvest Moon game to be developed for this system.

Game Features

  • Players can further customize the characters hairstyle and color, eye style and color, skin color, facial structure (size of the nose, chin, eyebrows, etc), eyebrow style and color, and any sort of additional facial features such as eye bags, freckles, birthmarks, etc. The other twin and the parents are then based as a composite of these created features with the twin obviously looking similar to the main character.
  • Twins: Both the player character and the twin manages the farm and shares in the workload thus making the job aa little bit easier. They will also contribute to the farming funds. They act as a computer player character that seems much like a player character by visiting shops, giving gifts, using money, and even bringing home animals and making purchases for the farm. When making a purchase for the farm, they will ask the player character what they think about it. This also applies to the player character.
  • The player can fully customize the farm land by deciding where the house, buildings, crop fields, pastures, and other facilities. In addition, the player can also customize areas of the house upon each upgrade and is able to pick and choose which area they wanted to be built up. In addition, players can also request new designs of rugs and wallpapers.
  • Players can help fund for certain shops and building to be built up within Sunview Town and the outer areas. This can influence certain characters to move into the town from other countries.
  • There are new livestock as well as wild animals available. While the player cannot own wild animals, they can help the main player. Players can view the animals condition through the Wii U Gamepad as well as the overview of the animal upon checking it. The animal, instead of giving blatant visual cues, will indicate their current condition through a change in appearance:
    • Normal: It means they are satisfied and generally happy.
    • Sparkling: It means they are very happy and loves the player.
    • Dull: It means they are sad and depressed.
    • Gray: It means they are sick with an illness.
    • Reddish Color; It means they are angry with the player.
  • Players can interact with players online by forming connections with other farms online and trading produce and items. This is called the Global Trading Post and can be started in the Fall of the first year.
    • Later, players can set up a shop at the Global Bazaar and sell items with other online players. They can also visit other shops to purchase items.
    • In addition to trading items and materials, players can even trade livestock such as cows, horses, and sheep.
  • Harvesting a particular crop requires a bit more work using the game pad stylus. For crops such as tomatoes, players must use it to grab the individual tomato and pluck it off the vine. For crops such as broccoli, players must use a sawing motion to cut off the head of the broccoli. As for crops such as turnips, players must grab the stem of the plant and pull it out. Doing things too fast or with too much force may damage the crop and lower the quality.
  • Players can take up a second job in addition to farming for extra money for the budget. The twin character will also take a second job. Many of the businesses, offices, and institutions will offer a part-time job for the player which requires them to come in at a certain time to perform work. This includes delivering packages, cleaning, dealing with customers, and closing down the store.
  • The Cross-Breeder returns allowing the player to crossbreed to crops to create an entirely new crop. There are limitations though so it's important to note which ones can be crossbred.
  • The player can build up one of nine skills. These will help with certain events, make product prices within that range cheaper, and will influence your son or daughter after they are born. Guilds will also boost your points in these skill areas and will help contribute. Here are the following skills:
    • Farming
    • Ranching
    • Fishing
    • Mining
    • Trading
    • Arts
    • Athleticism
    • Music
    • Studies
  • The player can influence the direction the town takes by answering survey questions from the Mayor. The decisions will then help influence which direction the town will take. An example of a question includes:
    • "How are the state of the town?"
      • A) It needs to be more clean.
      • B) It's fine the way it is.
      • C) It can be a bit dirtier.
  • Players can upgrade various tools by mining ore and crafting them. In addition, players can also find magical items that further buffs the tool up for added magical improvements.
  • The player can adjust the flow of time by the clock next to the bed. This will affect the flow of time for the next day by making it slower, normal, or faster.
    • Slower: a full day equals 35 minutes IRT.
    • Normal: A full day equals 20 minutes IRT
    • Faster: a full day equals 10 minutes IRT.
  • Players can join Guilds that focus on a particular trade area such as the Crop Guild, the Ranch Guild, the Fishing Guild, and the Carpenter Guild. Players can only join one guild at a time. After being accepted into a Guild, the player has a number of quests they can take in order to rise up within the Guild's ranking and recieve rewards.
  • Player can create and host events at the Town Hall event space or at the Town Square. Other characters may also host an event. Events such as birthday parties, welcome parties, goodbye parties, and job well done parties. There is an event bulletin and calendar board within Town Hall as well as the Town Square.
  • Players can build more than one house but they must have a primary house where mail is sent to.
  • The game supports Amiibo functionality in a number of ways.
    • Scanning certain Amiibos allows the player to use the Cross-Breeder to create a new crop such as the Fire Flower.
    • Players can also scan in an individual Amiibo and receive a costume for either the boy or girl character. For example, scanning in Link rewards the player with a Link boy costume and scanning in a Zelda amiibo rewards the player with the Zelda costume. Certain characters such as Duck Hunt and R.O.B. are for both character.

Gameplay

The game functions much like the previous games in the Harvest Moon series which focuses on maintaining a farm and finding someone to marry. The button functions also are similar though integrate the use of the Wii U gamepad. Players can use the gamepad's left control stick to swivel the camera around; a new feature within the Harvest Moon franchise. Moving the player around is done by the right control stick.

Wii U Game Pad

The Wii U gamepad screen displays information such as ruck sack contents, animal conditions, wild animal affection, the town map, villager conditions and affections, tool conditions, and so on. This functions much like the Start menu in previous Harvest Moon games. When pressing the up on the control pad, players can enter into a first person mode and can use the game pad to move the camera while walking. Players can also check and view items, animals, and even other characters by pressing A. When this happens, the model of the item or animal will appear on the gamepad screen and a dialog box explaining what it is or the animals condition will appear. When talking to a another character in the game, a model of the character will appear and a dialog box display what he or she is saying.

There are also numerous mini-games and activities the player can engage in during festivals or events. These including shooting galleries, ring tosses, and catching goldfish which use the gamepad in a way to incorporate the movement function.

Plot

The player is able to choose between Henry, the male protagonist, and Wendy, the female protagonist as they try to build up their deceased grandfathers plot. However, misfortune befalls the town as a corporate powerhouse wishes to purchase the island and turn it into a fancy resort island within a year. The player must aid the townspeople in saving their island by finding and proving why the island is viable resource and important to history.

Synopsis

At the start of the game, the player can choose between a girl or a boy as well as decide on a name and a birthday. Regardless which gender is chosen, they will both appear as twins. The game begins with the main twin protagonists family who has received bitter news that the grandfather has passed away. However, he has given the protagonists a large area of land as part of his will and starting up money in order to transform it into a beautiful household and farm. The protagonists parents attempts to persuade the protagonists by saying the Sunview Town is a great place to take life easy and to raise a family. They also tell them they originally met each other growing up at the town.

The twin protagonists decide to think it over during the night and, in the morning, decide to go to Sunview Town to set up the farm but on the condition that if it is not successful in one year, they will return to the city. The parents become happy that they will take up the grandfathers plot and agree to the conditions. With that, the twins get on the ferry and prepare to set off ocean to Sunview Island.

Calendar

There are four seasons in each year with 31 days in each season. Each day is separated between:

  • Dawn 4 am to 6 am
  • Morning: 6 am to 11:59 am
  • Afternoon: 12:00 pm to 5 pm
  • Evening: 5 pm to 7 pm
  • Night: 7 pm to 11:59 pm
  • Midnight: 12:00 am to 4 am

There are also holidays which are events within the island. This means that all businesses and houses are closed and shipping is postponed into the next day so care is taken to budget your time and money accordingly.

Seasons

There are four distinct seasons within the year:

  • Spring: Spring time causes the snow to melt, the sun to come out, and causes the flowers to grow. The grass is greener, rain is plentiful, and cherry blossoms can be found in the trees. Crops such as potatoes, strawberries, and turnips can be grown at this time.
  • Summer: Things become hotter in the island with plenty of sunshine to go around. The grass becomes more brown in comparison and the spring flowers wilt. However, the trees leaves grows fuller. Crops such as tomatoes, watermelons, and corn can be grown at this time.
  • Fall: Things begin to prepare for winter in Fall. There are plenty of nature bounties to be found within the forest and mushrooms are a common site. The trees explode with colors of red, orange, brown, and purple. Crops such as eggplants, pumpkins, and zucchinis can be grown at this time.
  • Winter: The snow comes in and many of the plants die as a result. Snow blankets the grown and creates a lovely atmosphere. Crops such as broccoli and bak choy can be grown at this time,

Weather

Weather plays a huge and important roll within Harvest Moon. Certain seasons have different weather as well. Weather can be both helpful as well as a hindrance to daily activities. You can also find our the weather by accessing it on your FarmPhone or watching the weather on TV.

  • Sunny: Sunny weather helps your crops grow and aids in upping the ranking. It also creates a sunny disposition for the villagers. Holidays are always sunny days. Sunny days are common in Spring and Summer.
  • Partly Sunny: Partly Sunny days is a mixture of clouds and sun and is the most typical weather and is common in all seasons. It has zero impact in the daily activities.
  • Cloudy: Cloudy weather causes an overcast sky to roll in. It causes plants to grow less and may downgrade the rating of the crops. It also causes villagers to desire to see the sun. It is more common is Fall and Winter.
  • Rainy: Rainy weather will help water your crops but can also cause your farm animals to become sick if they stay outside. Prolong explore to outside may also make you sick as well. Villagers will comment on the rain and appear upset if it rains for days on end. It is common in all seasons save for Winter.
  • Snowy: Snowy weather makes the weather cold and may cause you and your farm animals to become sick. It does not water your crops for you like rainy weather. Villagers will comment on the snow but will appear upset if it snows days at a time. It is common in Winter.
  • Windy: Windy weather blows leaves around in the air and can even dirty the fields though won't damage crops. It causes the windmills and watermills to move fast as well as higher waves. Villagers will comment on the wind. It is most common is Spring and Fall.
  • Foggy: Foggy weather causes a mist to fall close to the ground. It doesn't have much impact on daily life but it does make visibility poor ad a result. It can happen year round but only in the morning time.
  • Hail: Hail causes ice balls to fall onto the ground and can damage crops, trees, and livestock. While the player can travel to outside, their stamina will decrease as long as they are outside. Talking to villagers cause them to be scared of the hail. It is common in Fall and Winter.
  • Stormy: Stormy weather causes flashes of lightning and thunder to sear the sky. It can frighten and upset farm animals as well. Talking to villagers during storms causes them to be scared of the lightning. It is most common in Spring and Summer.
  • Typhoon: Typhoons will damage crops, fields, building, and trees when they roll through. It is impossible to go outside during a typhoon. They only happen during Summer.
  • Blizzard: Blizzards causes intense winds and snow to cover the area. It can damage crops trees, fields, and prevents the player from going outside. They only happen in Winter.
  • Tornadoes: Tornadoes causes intense winds to tear through the area; damaging crop,s fields, trees, and houses a sit passes through. Unlike the typhoon and blizzard, the tornado can happen any time during the day. Once it arrives, the player will be transported into the house and the day can be finished.

Goals

Goals are divided by years and should be achieved in order to allow the island to remain to the villagers.

Year 1 Goals:

  • Maintain a Good Friendship with at least 10 villagers:
  • Prevent 4 bachelorettes and 4 bachelors from leaving the island.
  • Complete at least 2 of the four seasons without falling into the red zone in the end monthly budget.
  • Complete the Main Quest "Island Investigation".

Year 2 Goals:

  • Maintain a Good Friendship with 6 more villagers
  • Complete 3 of the 4 seasons without falling into the red.
  • Completely open all of the explorable areas on the island and abroad.
  • Complete the Main Quest "Finding the Deity".

Year 3 Goals:

  • Maintain a Good Friendship with 6 more villagers.
  • Complete all seasons without falling into the red.
  • Fully upgrade your house (or before)
  • Complete the Main Quest "Rally the Troops"
  • Gather at least 100,000 G from villagers for the effort.

Year 4 Goals:

  • Maintain a Good Friendship with 6 more villagers.
  • Complete all seasons without falling into the red or yellow.
  • Have a Hutchery, Insectory, Greenhouse, and Fish Pond.
  • Complete the Main Quest "Beseeching the Deity".

Year 5 Goals:

  • Maintain a Good Friendship with 6 more villagers.
  • Complete all seasons without falling into the yellow.
  • Fully upgrade your buildings that you started off with.
  • Complete the final Main Quest "The Final Confrontation"

Main Quests

The Main Quest line takes the player and his/her twin in fighting against the major corporation that is seeking into turning the island into a resort. The player must find proof why the island should remain as it is and rally support from the villagers.

Year 1: Island Investigation

To prevent the corporation from taking over the island, the player must discover key elements within the island that shows its historical, cultural, and economical importance. Here is a list of steps to complete the first main quest:

  • Talk to Patricia who is the president of the corporation. This initiates a cut-scene between the two of you and the mayor, She declares they wish to "purchase" the island to which Mayor Dewberg refuses.
  • Later at the Town Hall, Mayor Dewberg will ask you to help out villagers on the island. He will provide you four missions:
    • In order to ensure economical importance, the player must ship over 5,000 G for Spring and 10,000 G in Summer.
    • In order to ensure cultural importance, the player must participate in at least 4 festivals in Spring, Summer, and/or Fall.
    • In order to ensure historical importance, the player must enter into the mines and reach the 20th floor to discover the ancient treasure "Sir Brandon's Helm".
    • To ensure tourist value, the player must raise at least 4 shops to a level 3 rating.
  • After completing these tasks, the Mayor is surprised to find that a spy has entered into his room and stolen his documents that he had planned to take to the city to present as evidence. The player must use clues to discover where the spy is hiding. This is done by using your dog to sniff out a piece of cloth that is found in the room.
    • The dog will lead the player to the Town Square where Tulip and Petunia will inform them they saw a man clad in black dart out from a bush and left the town. They will give the player a "Missing Shoe" that the spy lost when darting away.
    • The dog will sniff out the shoe and lead the player to the forest nearby the river. There will be footprints which leads to the lodge. Herbert will inform the player they saw a shady looking person jump onto of his roof and jump into the trees like a monkey. He suggests that maybe a Monkey in the forest might know.
  • The player must befriend the monkey in the forest to a level 2 rating before the Monkey will hand over a "Missing Watch". Using your dog to sniff the watch will lead the player to the Graveyard. Talking to Gu informs them that he has seen a mysterious person snooping out the grave-site of the 10th Mayor. He has tried to chase him away but before he can, he blacks out and wakes up with him gone. He suggests waiting till night.
  • After waiting till night, the player discovers the spy digging at the 10th Mayor's grave-site. Attempting to stop him causes the player to faint but will wake up suddenly to shouting and barking. Waking up, the dog has captured the spy. Pulling off the spy mask actually reveals the person to be Twitch. Mayor Dewberg and Officer Carl who takes Twitch back to the Police Station. Digging up where he was digging shows a "Mayoral Decree" which informs that a long time ago, the island housed a living deity and that, as long as the deity is awake, shall always be kept in the hands of the villagers.
  • Upon arriving back to the Police Station, Twitch explains he was working for Patricia because he needed more money but he didn't want to betray the village. The player can either choose to banish him or allow him to stay under tight supervision. Afterward, Patricia and her hired goons will arrive and feign any sort of connection with the man. She asserts they are operating within the law. After she leaves, the player informs Mayor Dewberg of the decree.
  • Mayor Dewberg requests the player to search for this Deity once the first year's winter snow thaws.

Year 2: Finding the Deity

Once Year 1 Winter ends, the player can begin searching for the Deity. On Spring 2, Mayor Dewberg and Simon will appear at his doorstep:

  • Mayor Dewberg informs the player that Simon has some interesting information and to accompany them to the Satellite Station on the mountain. Upon arriving, Simon informs the player that in outer space is a unique star called The Deity who aligns directly with Sunglass Island. However, for unknown reasons, the light from the star has been faint for over a century and doesn't come to Sunglass Island. Simon ponders this for a moment and suggests perhaps we can find a way to redirect this light to the island though he's unsure of what will happen.
  • Mayor Dewberg suggests the player visit the Library to search for some clues. Upon entering the library, Booker rummages through his collection but finds nothing on it. However, he knows of a book about something called "The History of the Sunglass"...the islands namesake. Unfortunately, he informs the player that the book has been lost to time and he doesn't know where it is hidden. Booker suggests hiring Penny to explore areas of the island in order to open them up.
  • Hiring Penny will allow her to investigate the island to open up certain areas. As this is part of the main quest, the first place she opens up is called "The Underground Grove". Upon entering it, the player meets the ghost of the First Mayor. When asked about the book, he indicates that wrote the book but cannot recall the location of the book due to his spirit being weak. In order to power himself up, he requires three items:
    • Ectoplasm Jam: Ectoplasm is found in the Haunted House and can be aged to create jam.
    • Glowing Mushrooms: Glowing Mushrooms can be found in the next explorable cave "Fungi Fallow" and can be requested to Penny to explore. They only grow here.
    • Firecracker Brandy: Brandy owned by Dr. Fitz who creates fireworks. He doesn't have any though and gives the recipe to the player so they can create it.
  • Upon giving the items to the ghost, the First Mayor informs the book is hidden deep within the catacombs of the Graveyard and, the last time he remembers, it was asleep within his coffin.
  • Before trying to enter the catacombs, Gu will stop the player and will not allow entry. In order to enter, the player must help patrol the graveyard for one night while Gu takes a night off. During the patrol, the player must scare away ghosts by shining the flash light on them. Being attacked by a ghost lowers the players stamina and causes fatigue. Losing all of it causes the player to have to start over.
  • Completing the patrol allows the player to enter into the catacombs. It is an endless maze of coffins, spiderwebs, and blocked doors. In order to enter past a door, a question must be answered. The questions are based on the players experience. Some examples include;
    • "Who won the Moo-Moo Contest?"
    • "What is the most expensive baked good at the bakery?"
    • "What was the last item you purchased?"
  • Answering the doors correctly allows passage while answering incorrectly causes the player to be shocked which lowers stamina and changes the question. The player must get through 10 blocked doors, avoiding traps, and dead ends. Arriving at the end reveals the First Mayor's Coffin which, upon opening, reveals his skeleton and the book.
  • Taking the book back to Booker and Mayor Fewberg reveals that a physical representation of The Diety lies asleep at the center of the mountain but is asleep because the villagers have forgotten about him. He can only be woken up by the villagers loving him again. This is done by the villagers showing appreciate and love to not their daily lives but to the island.
  • Mayor Dewberg requests the player to befriend at least 6 villagers and to fulfill a "Lifetime Wish". A Lifetime Wish is a request by the villager that can be fulfilled by the player. One example would be for Denny who wishes to have a day of from working to spend by going on a trip with his family. The player can fulfill this wish by running the store during its working hours. In order to get a Lifetime Wish, they must have a Good Friendship with the villager.
  • After getting six Lifetime Wishes completed, the player notices the top portion of the mountain shining with a light. Traveling up to the mountain reveals a shining life pouring from the top which penetrates into the sky. A voice says "Enter into the light". Entering into it transports the player into a strange realm that appears to be outer space.
  • The player begins to communicate with The Deity who informs the player he understands the islands situation but is powerless to help as he is severely weakened. He requests the player that once the 2nd winters snow melts to return his strength to him. He will be watching and eagerly awaits.

Year 3: Rally the Troops

After the 2nd Winter ends and 3rd Year Spring begins, the player has a dream where The Deity tells him to search in the waves below the water and there he will find a treasure,

  • The player informs Mayor Dewberg of the dream. The duo goes to Captain Barnacle to ask him to search the seas for treasure. After funding it, he will go out for one day. Afterward, he will return with a ornate treasure chest. Opening it reveals an ancient item called the "Sunglass Chalice" which houses Sunglass. Unsure to what a Sunglass is, Mayor Dewberg recommends visiting the island historian Gabel. Upon arriving, Gabel is not sure but has a note that informs the player that he is investigating the mountain.
  • Arriving at the mountain, the player finds Gabel captured by a white furred creature; the Yeti. Seeing his book on the ground, the player reads the Yeti likes a unique fish called the Reekfish which an be found in the lake by the mountain. Going to Hayashi reveals that Reekfish loves cheese bait. Using cheese as bait, the player captures a Reekfish. Offering it to the Yeti, the Yeti releases Gabel and becomes friends with the player.
  • Arriving back at the house, the player shows Gabel the Sunglass Chalice. Amazed to these this treasure in person, Gabel informs the player that the chalice collects Sunglass; a liquid that the soul produces that appears like shining liquid glass. This liquid is said to made from such intense feelings that the heavens themselves respect it. Explaining the situation to Gabel, he recommends the player visits the Mountain Mines to search for an ancient tablet that shows how to use the chalice.
  • Entering the 50th floor of the Mine reveals a wall that has the tablet on it. The tablet shows that by experience a "Tender Moment" with another villager, they will produce a Sunglass. Once the player has six Sunglasses; the heavens will shine forth and the Deity will awaken,
  • Gabel returns ponders at the tablet. He suggests asking The Deity to what a Tender Moment is. Returning to the place where The Deity resides, he reveals that a Tender Moment is a time shared by two close friends. After finishing talking with him, the player must get to a Close Friendship in order to experience a Tender Moment, A Tender Moment is a cinematic between the player and another villager. Some examples is sailing with Captain Barnacle, diving with Matthew, and flower arranging with Petunia. Every time a Tender Moment is collected, a Sunglass is collected and enters the Chalice.
  • Once it is completed, the player takes the filled Sunglass Chalice to the mountain which causes the sky to shine brightly. However, Patricia and her hired goons enter and set up an instrument which causes the sky to close. She tells the player they are foolish to think it would work and that The Diety will always stay asleep.
  • Just then, the villagers that the player befriend arrives and begins praying to The Diety which causes it to grow stronger. Angered, Patricia leaves while the prayers fail to open the barrier in the sky. Mayor Dewberg admits its useless but the player refuses.
  • The next day, the player decides to host an event to power the Deity. Calling it the Deity Festival, the player asks the people to help awaken The Deity. During the event, Dr. Fronkenstone reveals that he knows of a machine that can reopen the barrier but it is very expensive. Mayor Dewberg that requests that the villagers donate money to the player in order to purchase the machine.
  • In order to take donations, the player must help the villagers with various activities, complete Lifetime Wishes and/or Tender Moments. Your friendship level affects how much is given. Villagers you are above Close Friends with will give donations even without helping them.
  • Once the money is obtained, the player can purchase the machine which will arrive on Spring Year 4.

Year 4: Beseeching the Deity

On the second day of Spring, the player will receive the machine from Dr. Fronkenstone and together they take it to the top of the mountain. Turning it on, it opens up the barrier and causes light to awash the island. Just before the barrier finally opens, the machine stops and indicates it needs more power. Patricia and her hired goons appears with the missing battery. hey destroy it and flee away on a helicopter.

  • Dr. Fronkenstone announces that it needs to be powered up by a diamond which can be found in the Mountain Mines.
  • Upon retrieving the diamond, the scientist powers it with electricity which causes it to be a Shining Diamond. Inserting it into the machine, it finally opens the barrier and the physical representation of The Deity finally comes onto the island.
  • Upon arriving, he summons the Sunglass Shrine which can then be accessed from the mountain and he will remain there. Upon entering, The Deity will thank the player for awakening him but he is still not to full power. He requests the player to bring him a special item called the "Elemental Scepter". He reveals that in order to create the elemental scepter; the player must create the elemental gems which require various items. Upon having the items, they can bring them to him and he will create the gem. Upon acquiring all of the gems, they can create the scepter. While some of the items can be harvested or found in the wild; other ones can be purchased from stores or traded online.
  • The following gems are the:
    • Aqua Gem: The Gem of Water. It requires a Flawless Sapphire, a Bluefin Tuna, Mineral Water, Shining Watermelon, and Perfect Coral.
    • Flare Gem: The Gem of Fire. It requires a Flawless Ruby, a Lava Rock, a Red Rose, a Red Snapper, and a Chili Pepper.
    • Sky Gem: The Gem of Wind. It requires a Flawless Amethyst, a Dandelion, a Giant Dragonfly, a Perfect Cotton Candy, and Blue Yarn.
    • Blizzard Gem: The Gem of Ice. It requires a Flawless Turquoise, an Ice Cream, a Chilled Shochu, a Snowflake, and a Pond Smelt.
    • Gaia Gem: The Gem of Earth. It requires a Flawless Emerald, a Shining Potato, a perfect fertilizer, a unrefined gold ore, and a mole cricket.
    • Thunder Gem: The Gem of Lightning. It requires a Flawless Topaz, a Shining Banana, a Fire Fly, a Shining Wool, and Good Battery.
    • Celestial Gem: The Gem of Light. It requires a Flawless Jade, an Eagle Feather, a Shining White Knight Turnip, Perfect Yogurt, and a White Butterfly.
    • Shadow Gem: The Gem of Darkness. It requires a Flawless Onyx, a Cockroach, a Cosmic Purple Carrot, a failed dish, and an ectoplasm.
  • Prior to starting the hunt to make the gems, The Deity offers the player a scroll that depicts which items are needed for each gem and a check mark indicating that they have it. If they lose or sell it, the check mark vanishes. Upon giving them five ingredients to The Deity, he will compress it into a gem and hand it back to the player. Upon giving all of the gems to the player, The Deity combines them together to form the Elemental Scepter. With this he has regained his powers back but still needs your help.
  • The Deity requires help from the player to distribute his power to the land and allows the player to utilize the Elemental Scepter. The player must go to the following areas and bless it with his power:
    • Sunview Town
    • Cirrus Pastures
  • Graveyard
    • Cloudyhead Mountains
    • Maplewood Forest
  • In order to do so, they must request eight Close Friends to accompany the player to the area and hold the scepter at an area marked on the map. It is visible by a rainbow colored glowing mark. Using the power of combined friendship, the player and eight friends release the power to the area; blessing it. Not only does this further the story-line but it brings renewed color the area; enhancing the saturation and making the nature look more fuller and lively. It also effects soil by making it more richer and increases the nearby animals affection rating. As a rule, choosing the same eight people twice in a role is forbidden but they can be chosen for the third time.
  • This redistributes the power into the island. After completing the last one, Mayor Dewberg appears and thanks the player for his hard work. He tells the player they can only do is wait and pray until the 5th year as both City Officials and the company will arrive to inspect the island.

Year 5: The Final Confrontation

Mayor Dewberg arrives at the players doorstep and informs them the City Officials and Company will arrive to the island on Spring 2nd Year 6. In order to better prepare, the mayor wants the player to fully upgrade his farm buildings that he/she started with. The mayor also wants the player to befriend more villagers. With The Deity woken up, the Mayor feels that they have solid proof of the worth of the island.

  • On the 5th of Spring, the player has a dream where The Deity tells the player to search for him in the mountains. The next day, the player makes it to his shrine and he thanks the player for returning his power back to him. Sadly, he tells him despite his power returning to him - he was doomed from the start as awakening has only sped his time to die. He knew this but willingly allowed himself to awake as to this last deed. However, he assures the player his power will live through him and her.
  • To prepare to take in his power, the player must bath in the "Springs of the Cosmos". In order to do so, the player must arrange for Duster to explore the sky; searching for an entrance to the spring. Upon meeting with Duster, he tells the player he doesn't have a aircraft that will reach that high but he does have experiential blueprints for such an aircraft. Yet he doesn't have the materials.
  • The player must collect the necessary materials to build the aircraft though getting these parts requires help from other villagers:
    • Cockpit: Darmon owns a cockpit of an airplane he had a long time ago. He has planned to use it for scrap metal but will give it to the player if he or she upgrade all of their tools to Gold level.
    • Wings: Harvey and Cecil have two airplane wings that they use to store items. They will only give them to the player if they reach the final floor of the Mountain Mine and find the Underground Lake.
    • Propeller: Jet and Pearl own an extra propeller but will only give the player it if he or she unlocks all of the abroad islands.
    • Engine: Maurice owns an engine that he was going to use to put into one of his cars. He will only give it to the player if they can raise the town to a 5 star rating.
    • Frame: Captain Barnacle knows of an area where an airplane crashed to the ground. He can try to find where it crashed and dig it up but only if the player accompanies him and helps find it.
  • Upon retrieving all of the parts, Duster constructs the plane but finds that it still won't be able to reach the Spring of the Cosmos. The Deity uses the last of his usable power to make it able to lift off into space.
  • The player must direct it through various asteroids and stars in space back to where they first met The Deity. Upon arriving, The Deity explains he isn't actually a star but love itself - manifested itself into physical form. It then gestures to a brilliant quasar where the player enters and knows no more.
  • The player finds themselves back in their bed. Having gained the powers of the Deity, the player can use it to fight back the powers that be.
  • On Spring 2nd, 6th year, the City Officials and Patrica arrive. The Mayor presents to the officials the power of the island but they are not convinced by it. Patricia then reveals that herself is actually the opposite of The Deity and the representation of "hatred". Elated that The Deity is no more; she tries to use her power to turn the island and everyone in it into mindless zombies. The player manages to use the power of the village and villagers to defeat Patricia and expel her hatred from the land; cleansing it and returning it to it's natural form.
  • This ends the main quest and the player is free to continue it as he or she sees fit.

Sunglass Island & Sunview Town

Sunglass Island is the setting for the majority of the game with much of the action taking place here. The island is rich and diverse with unique traditions and villagers living here. The main town, Sunview Town, sits on it's southern coast along withth ebeach and port area. To the north is Cirrus Pastures as well as the players farm. To the north of that is Maplewood Forest and the lake as well as Mt. Cloudyhead. To the west of the pasture is the Graveyard and to the east of the pastures is the Airfield.

Setting

Harvest Moon: Blossom of Youth takes place on Sunglass Island. The main town is Sunview Town, a rural town set in between the mountains and the ocean. The town itself is set on three islands that lead out to the ocean and enjoys beautiful sunsets and pleasant sea breezes. Surrounding the town are mountains, forests, and other explorable areas for the player to travel to.

Sunglass Island

Sunglass Island is a beautiful island with four defined seasons: spring, summer, fall, and winter. It boasts a number of unique features such as two rivers, a lake, pastures, Sunview Towns and it's islands, a mountain range, and many other features. The waters around the island are calm and boasts large amounts of fish and sea life The island itself has a large amount of wild life and is considered to be a natural wonder.

Sunview Town

A pleasant town situated on three islands next to the coast. There are bridges that connect the islands together with each bridge having an unique theme. In addition, there are three entrances into the islands: from the north, the south, and the east as well as the port area.
  • Commercial Island: This island has a number of shops and buildings where the player can purchase items and objects. Shops that can be found here include:
    • Marigold Flower Shop: Tulip runs this flower shop alongside her elderly mother, Petunia. They sell flowers for decorations and gifts. They will also purchase flowers from the player that they found or grew. They additionally provide flower seeds as well.
    • Sienna Bakery: Leo and his younger sister, Leah, runs the bakery which sells various cooking ingredients and tools. They make cakes, rolls, bread, donuts, and other baked goods for sell.
    • Almond Carpenters: The carpenter is run by Rusty and his three sons: Rustold, Rustin, and Rustark. They can be commissioned to construct buildings or improve them for the player.
    • Boysenberry Cafe: A small cafe run by Curtis and his protege, Samantha. They sell a wide number of food and drinks as well as special set lunches. At night, it becomes a small bar with live music.
    • Bronze Hardware: Darmon runs this shop by himself. An elderly man, he only loves working with tools and wishes to create the most perfect tool. He has strove for this his entire life.
    • Capri Clothing: A clothing store ran by Sherry and her mother Lindia. They create clothing, hats, shoes, and other fashion accessories. They happily will purchase herbs and wool from the player.
    • Celadon Pet Shop: Summer runs the pet shop by herself. Here, players can purchase animal food for pets, grooming items, and medicine as well as toys.
    • Cornflower Grocers: Denny and his wife Mary runs the grocery store along with their three children: Emily, Tyler, and Sid. They are typically very busy and hardly ever have any days off; both as shop owners as well as parents.
    • Flavescent Salon: Ran by brother and sister duo Maxwell and Maxine. They can alter and color the players hair and facial features.
    • Rosewood Galleries: An art gallery ran by the art collector, Augustine. He showcases many lovely artworks from around the world and will welcome any art donated to the gallery,
    • Fuschia Lotto: A small store run by the elderly lady, Melinda, players can purchase lotto tickets and watch the lotto on their TV to win money or other prizes.
    • Platinum Travel Agency: Ran by Jet and his wife, Pearl, the travel agency allows the player to fund expeditions to nearby islands and areas to travel. There are 6 unique islands as well as common randomized islands.
    • Peridot Carriage: A carriage service ran by Donny and his grandson Noyle. They can be hired to take the player from one location to the next for a fee quickly. Larger fees are required for longer distance. There are stations set up in every area which allows the player to call the carriage service for a pick up.
    • Urobilin Fortunes: Run by the fortune teller, Sabrina. This small tent will give daily fortunes to players who pay a small fee.
  • Residency Island: This island houses many of the residents who live and work in the town. The Mayor's residence can also be found here. There is also a park here.
    • Mayor's Residence: Mayor Dewberg resides here with his wife, Delina, and their daughter Victoria. Their butler, Reginald, also resides here.
    • Maurice's House: The previous mayor of Sunview Island/ He gives advice to both the mayor and the player on how to live a life on the island. Typically, he enjoys fishing in the river.
    • Annabel's House: Grandmother to Penny, she cares for her grand daughter very much. She enjoys cooking.
    • The Hamilton Family: Chase, Kelly, Bob, and Sandy lives in this house. Kelly takes care of the family while Chase comes back every weekend from the mainland to visit.
    • Isabelle's House: She comes to visit for two weeks every season from a far away land. When she is in town, she stays in this house.
    • Jenny's House: The secretary for the City Hall lives here.
  • Gabel's House: Both a house and a study, Gabel and his assistant searches for the ancient Deity Shrine.
    • Jack and Jill's House: Jack and Jilly, the museum curators live here.
    • Booker's House: Booker, the Librarian lives here.
    • Allison's House: Allison, the school teacher resides in this house.
    • Becker's House: The school's principal lives here.
    • Matthew's House: Matthew resides here.
    • Officer Carl: The head of the police lives in this house.
    • Malvin's House: Malvin, the post man, and his wife Mandy lives in this house
    • Rainbow Park: A park with a small playground and benches. It is quite space within this island.
  • Administrative Island: This island houses many of the administrative buildings such as City Hall, the Library, the School, and the Hospital. It also has the Lighthouse here.
    • City Hall: City Hall has the housing permits for residents, complaint box, and allows the player to help steer the town by taking surveys, The mayor and his secretary can be found here on most days. There is also a meeting hall and an event room for special functions. An event board can be found outside. Players can purchase more land plots or expand previously owned ones here.
    • Sunview Library: The library can be found here. It houses several books that can be rented out and taken home but most be returned at a certain date. Books can also be read which helps boost the players skills.
    • Sunview School: A six room school for the children in Sunview Town and it's outer areas. Paying attention in classes can help boost skill levels.
    • Sunview Hospital: Dr. Ken lives here along with the nurse Tina. The player can come here to purchase medicine if they are feeling sick. If they feint, they will be transported here.
    • Sunview Museum: Jack and Jill are the curators of the museum. It houses various items, fish, and insects found in Sunview Town and abroad, They gladly accept exhibits for donations but will not pay money for them.
    • Sunview Police HQ: A police station staffed by only one person. They keep the peace in the town.
    • Sunview Cathedral: A place where worshipers will gather and an event space. Father Caleb resides here.
    • Sunview Post Office: Players can send and receive letters here as well as parcels and gifts. You can also change your primary address.
    • Guild Hall: A place where the player can request to join a Guild. Every Monday and Thursday, representatives will visit here and can be found. Oliver, the Guild Master, can be found here.
    • Global Trading Terminal: Michel runs the trading post and resides in the building. He will connect the player to the Trading Post as well as the Global Bazaar
    • Town Square: A space for hosting events and meeting with friends. There is an event calendar and bulletin board in the square.
  • Sunview Beach: A beautiful beach nestled to the north of Sunview Town. Towns people can come here to swim, play beach volleyball, and enjoy the sun. The Surfer Shack Cafe can be found here as well as changing rooms for characters.
    • Surfer Shack: Surf and Turf runs this area during the summer times. It offers beach-themed food as well as diving suits and other beach items.
    • Changing Rooms: Players can use these to change into the diving suit, into swim wear, or into normal clothes.
    • Sunview Port: Located closer to the town area, there is a harbor here for incoming boats. Captain Barnacle lives here with his daughter, Coral.
  • River Run: A river whose source comes from Running Lake in the mountains and follows down to the ocean.
    • River Run Mill: A waterwheel managed by Buckner who also lives here.
    • Good Ol' Bait 'n' Tackle: A fishing store ran by Hayato and his son Hayashi. They sell fishing gear, bait, and even fish to eat!
    • Roadside Market: A roadside stall ran by the vagrant Twitch. It often comes against the law as he doesn't have the proper permits. Sells items that may be fake or too high of a price.
  • Maplewood Forest: A forest west of Sunview Town which is bisected by River Run. Players can find wild animals here as well as natures bounties such as berries, mushrooms, and acorns.
    • Maplewood Lake: A lake situated on a ridge overlooking the forest. There is a cave in the middle of the lake which can be accessed when it is frozen over during winter.
    • Maplewood Falls: A waterfall that descends down into River Run.
    • Ice Mine: A mine that can be accessed when the lake is frozen during winter. It has rarer ores and gems here.
    • Shiroken Dojo: A dojo ran by Master Mitsurugi and his daughter, Momo. They have three students in training; Taro, Jared, and Kensuke.
    • Nature Station: A place where Penny resides. You can find many information about the forest here and request an expedition from Penny to find new areas within the forest.
    • Grand Old Lodge: A lodge inn ran by Herbert and his wife Cathy and their son James. It is a rustic lodge with 8 rooms, a restaurant, and lounge area.
  • Graveyard: Located east of Maplewood Forest is the Graveyard which houses the deceased townsfolk and mayors. It is said there is an ancient crypt underneath where ghosts and skeletons dwell. There is also an abandoned mansion north of the Graveyard.
    • Abandoned Mansion: An abandoned house on the outskirts of the graveyard. It is said to be haunted by ghosts.
    • Caretaker Shack: Gu, the graveyard caretaker, lives in this shack. It is run down and moldy.
  • Cloudyhead Mountains: A mountain chain north of Maplewood Forest which has various mines running through it. The top of the mountain is said to be where a god dwells. Players can find ore veins and crystals within the mines.
    • Glock's Refinery: A shop set up to refine precious stones and gems. It is run by the brothers Harvey and Cecil. Their nephew Shiloh assists in their work.
    • Firework Lab:: A lab on the side of mountain. Dr. Fritz runs this lab and creates the fireworks that appears in festivals. He is said to be the oldest resident on the island and knows it's secrets,
    • Satellite Station: A large satellite station near the top of the mountain. It is ran by Simon who is intent on finding extraterrestrial life.
    • Onsen Cloudyhead: An onsen resort ran by the elderly couple Kazefumi and Teruko. It offers relaxing onsen baths which returns stamina and takes away fatigue.
    • Deity Shrine: A dilapidated shrine found at the top of mountain. It is fully restored once The Deity returns.
  • Status Pastures: A field located west of Maplewood Forest.
    • Cumulus Farms: A farm ran by Darly, Bethany and their daughter Chloe. They sell various seeds here for purchase. They will also take in crops the player grows as well.
    • Cirrus Ranch: Ran by Denver and his wife Mallory and there three young children Avery, Mabeline, and Joey. Players can come here to purchase livestock, products, tools, and medicine.
    • Nimbus Windmills: Three windmills which can be used to turn wheat into flour. It also provides electricity to the town.
    • Arcus Laboratories: A laboratory ran by Dr. Fronkenstone which siphons electricity from the windmills to power unethical experiments
  • Breezy Airfield: Created in the 3rd year, Breezy Airfield houses a landing strip, control tower, and hangar. It allows players to ride in the airplane to explore the island. Duster, Hank, and Skylar runs the airfield.

Your Farm

This is where both you and your twin will life after building your house and farmstead. Players can upgrade buildings, plant and harvest crops, raise livestock, and expand the size of the farm during the game.

Setting Up

Your farm is nestled in between Stratus Pastures and Sunview Town and consists of a medium land plot. Upon arriving to town. the Mayor and Rusty asks you what sort of house you would like. You have the choice between:

  • Normal
  • Country
  • Modern
  • Cute
  • "What do you want?"

Rusty and his sons will build the barn, chicken coop, and tool shed within 3 days. Your twin also has some input on what sort of style they want to choosing the last option allows them to choose the style themselves. Once that is complete, they are taken to the Town Hall to sign several papers and to be welcomed by the mayor. After that, they are shown to their room.

On the second, day, Mayor Dewberg asks his daughter, Victoria, to escort them around the town as well as the surrounding areas so she can give an explanation and introduce the villagers to them. Once that is completed, they are invited to a welcome party at Town Hall. While not all of the villagers will be in attendance, all of the bachelors and bachelorettes will be there. After giving a toast, the player is free to mingle and talk to the guests. Talking to your twin and confirming that you are tired signals the end of the party and the two return to their room to go to bed.

The third day is a free day which allows the player to walk freely around the island and talk to villagers. The twin will also be doing likewise. Prior to leaving Town Hall, the Mayor will give the player a map of the island. Highlight on a characters name will show where they are at in real time. Unfortunately, the player is unable to put anything in his or her rucksack as there isn't one. They are also unable to purchase items. After going to bed, they wake up to find the house is finally complete and they move in.

Constructing

Players can upgrade previous buildings or build entirely new ones by purchasing them from Rusty. In order to build them, the player needs gold, lumber, and stone.

  • Lumber: Lumber can be found in trees, stomps, branches, and logs found on the field and in the forest in which the player can use the axe to cut them. Branches are the easiest to cut while trees are the hardest. Certain trees found on the field, orchard, and the forest can be cut and have a lighter colored compared to others. The tree will not grow back and, to keep a healthy population of trees for future lumber, the player must plant tree saplings to keep up the tree population. Logs and branches will randomly appear on unused portions of the field; especially after typhoons and tornadoes.
    • Branches: 5 lumber
    • Logs: 10 lumber
    • Trees: 50 lumber
    • Stomps: 30 lumber
  • Stone: Stone can be found in pebbles, rocks, and boulders found in the field as well as in the forest in which the player uses the Hammer to smash apart. Peddles are easiest to smash while boulders are the hardest. They will on occasion replace themselves; especially out in the forest but boulders take a considerable amount of time. Peddles and stones may also appear on the field after a typhoon or a tornado.
    • Peddles: 5 stone
    • Rocks: 20 stone
    • Boulders: 50 stone

The House

The House has 8 total upgrades that is available. While technically not an upgrade, the first level is the house that is built for the player at the start.

House LVL 1: It consists of a single room with two small beds, a table in the center, a TV, a toolbox, and a calendar.

  • Materials Needed: None
  • Available Furniture: Wall Clock, Dresser, Vanity Mirror, Standing Mirror, Small Couch, Small Chair, Small Rocking Chair, Potted Plant

House LVL 2: It consists of a larger room that comes with a bookcase and a trash can. Two new styles are added: Rustic and Cool.

  • Materials Needed: 8,000 G 200 lumber and 100 stone
  • Available Furniture; Wall Clock, Dresser, Vanity Mirror, Standing Mirror, Small Couch, Small Chair, Small Rocking Chair, Potted Plant, Medium Couch, Medium Chair, Small Table, Floor Cushion, Long Floor Lamp, Medium Potted Plant

House LVL 3: A larger room with a second bookcase. It also allows the player to add either a kitchen or a bathroom which includes a bath and a toilet.

  • Materials Needed: 10,000 G 300 lumber and 150 stone
  • Available Furniture; Wall Clock, Dresser, Vanity Mirror, Standing Mirror, Small Couch, Small Chair, Small Rocking Chair, Potted Plant, Medium Couch, Medium Chair, Small Table, Floor Cushion, Long Floor Lamp, Medium Potted Plant, Medium TV, Small Stereo, Large Couch, Large Chair, Medium Floor Cushion, Hanging Potted Plant, Grand Father Clock, Small Desk, Medium Table, Large Potted Plant, Medium Bed

House LVL 4: It adds another room which separates the main room with the bedroom. The twins still shares the bedroom. It will add either the kitchen or the bathroom.

  • Materials Needed: 14,000 G 400 lumber and 200 stone
  • Available Furniture (Main room): Wall Clock, Small Couch, Small Chair, Small Rocking Chair, Potted Plant, Medium Couch, Medium Chair, Small Table, Floor Cushion, Long Floor Lamp, Medium Potted Plant, Medium TV, Small Stereo, Large Couch, Large Chair, Medium Floor Cushion, Hanging Potted Plant, Grand Father Clock, Small Desk, Medium Table, Large Potted Plant
  • Available Furniture (Bedroom): Dresser, Vanity Mirror, Standing Mirror, Potted Plant, Medium Potted Plant, Large Potted Plant, Medium Bed

House LVL 5: It adds a large bedroom with a closet to switch outfits with. It will also add a Music Room, Training Room, Study, and Art Studio. Two new styles are available: Gothic and Fantastical.

  • Materials Needed: 16,000 G 400 lumber and 200 stone
  • Available Furniture (Main room): Wall Clock, Small Couch, Small Chair, Small Rocking Chair, Potted Plant, Medium Couch, Medium Chair, Small Table, Floor Cushion, Long Floor Lamp, Medium Potted Plant, Medium TV, Small Stereo, Large Couch, Large Chair, Medium Floor Cushion, Hanging Potted Plant, Grand Father Clock, Small Desk, Medium Table, Large Potted Plant, Small Segmented Sofa, Small Laz-E-Boy, Large TV, Large Sofa, Large Chair, Medium Desk, Medium Stereo, Large Table
  • Available Furniture (Bedroom): Dresser, Vanity Mirror, Standing Mirror, Potted Plant, Medium Potted Plant, Large Potted Plant, Medium Bed
  • Available Furniture (Music Room): Piano, Violin, Guitar, Drums, Music Sheet Stand, Recording Stereo
  • Available Furniture (Art Studio): Easel, Art Cabinet, Potters Wheel, Paper Tray, Kiln, Drying Rack, Art Desk
  • Available Furniture (Training Room): Dumbbells, Treadmill, Medicine Ball, Curling Machine, Bench-press, Punching Bag
  • Available Furniture (Study): Desk, Glove, Long Bookcase, Model Ship, Skeleton, Telescope, Microscope, Island Map

House LVL 6: It separates the players bedroom and the twins bedroom creating two separate ones which connects to a hallway which then connects to the main room. The kitchen is also enlarged.

  • Materials Needed: 20,000 G 500 lumber and 250 stone
  • Available Furniture (Main room): Wall Clock, Small Couch, Small Chair, Small Rocking Chair, Potted Plant, Medium Couch, Medium Chair, Small Table, Floor Cushion, Long Floor Lamp, Medium Potted Plant, Medium TV, Small Stereo, Large Couch, Large Chair, Medium Floor Cushion, Hanging Potted Plant, Grand Father Clock, Small Desk, Medium Table, Large Potted Plant, Small Segmented Sofa, Small Laz-E-Boy, Large TV, Large Sofa, Large Chair, Medium Desk, Medium Stereo, Large Table, Large Stereo, Large Desk, Large Table, Large Floor Cushion
  • Available Furniture (Bedroom): Dresser, Vanity Mirror, Standing Mirror, Potted Plant, Medium Potted Plant, Large Potted Plant, Medium Bed, Large Bed

House LVL 7: It adds a staircase that leads to a second floor as well as a descending staircase that leads to the basement. The second floor contains a single room which allows for storage and furniture to be kept. The basement functions much like that as well. It also adds two new styles: Industrial and European.

  • Materials Needed: 27,000 G 600 lumber and 300 stone
  • Available Furniture (Main room): Wall Clock, Small Couch, Small Chair, Small Rocking Chair, Potted Plant, Medium Couch, Medium Chair, Small Table, Floor Cushion, Long Floor Lamp, Medium Potted Plant, Medium TV, Small Stereo, Large Couch, Large Chair, Medium Floor Cushion, Hanging Potted Plant, Grand Father Clock, Small Desk, Medium Table, Large Potted Plant, Small Segmented Sofa, Small Laz-E-Boy, Large TV, Large Sofa, Large Chair, Medium Desk, Medium Stereo, Large Table, Large Stereo, Large Desk, Large Table, Large Floor Cushion
  • Available Furniture (Bedroom): Dresser, Vanity Mirror, Standing Mirror, Potted Plant, Medium Potted Plant, Large Potted Plant, Medium Bed, Large Bed

House LVL 8: This is the final house upgrade which, upon purchasing, will result in the twin moving out and building a similar house next door. This changes the twins room into a spare room which will end up becoming the child room in the future. As the player is technically building two houses; it is double the materials. Upon building this house, both the player and the twin can become married and start a family.

  • Materials Needed: 60,000 G 1,400 lumber and 700 stone
  • Available Furniture (Main room): Wall Clock, Small Couch, Small Chair, Small Rocking Chair, Potted Plant, Medium Couch, Medium Chair, Small Table, Floor Cushion, Long Floor Lamp, Medium Potted Plant, Medium TV, Small Stereo, Large Couch, Large Chair, Medium Floor Cushion, Hanging Potted Plant, Grand Father Clock, Small Desk, Medium Table, Large Potted Plant, Small Segmented Sofa, Small Laz-E-Boy, Large TV, Large Sofa, Large Chair, Medium Desk, Medium Stereo, Large Table, Large Stereo, Large Desk, Large Table, Large Floor Cushion, Couples Bed
  • Available Furniture (Bedroom): Dresser, Vanity Mirror, Standing Mirror, Potted Plant, Medium Potted Plant, Large Potted Plant, Medium Bed, Large Bed
  • Available Furniture (Child's Room): Baby Crib, Toy Chest, Baby Dresser, Changing Table

Barn

The Barn is where players can keep cows, sheep, goats, ostriches, llamas, and other larger livestock. It can be upgraded 6 times total. At times, storms may damage the barn and even cause livestock to escape, The player must hire Rusty to come and fix the damage to ensure the livestock safety. After every level up from LVL 2, players can change the color of the barn to the following colors:

  • Red
  • Blue
  • White
  • Black
  • Brown
  • Pink
  • Green
  • Cream
  • Yellow

In addition, players can further change the color of the barn after upgrading it to LVL 4 to the following patterns:

  • White, Light Blue, and Light Pink Polka-dots
  • Zebra Stripes
  • Tiger Stripes
  • Plaid
  • Checkerboard
  • Floral Print
  • Camo
  • Starry Night

They can also be accessed after fully leveling up by talking to Rusty and asking for a new paint job.

Barn LVL 1: This is the first barn that is built. It comes with three spots for animals and fodder boxes, a fodder chute, pregnancy pen, and a shipping box. It only allows cows and sheep.

  • Materials Needed: 5,000 G 200 lumber and 200 stone

Barn LVL 2: This barn is much bigger with up to six spots for animals. It allows goats and horses to be housed there. It also allows the player to purchase and install a butter maker and a yarn maker.

  • Materials Needed: 11,000 G 300 lumber and 300 stone

Barn LVL 3* This barn is larger and allows up to 9 animals to be housed. It also adds an Ostrich incubator and adds a second pregnancy pen. It allows ostriches and alpacas to be housed there. It allows the player to purchase and install a cheese maker.

  • Materials Needed: 15,000 G 400 lumber and 400 stone

Barn LVL 4': This barn is even larger and allows up to 13 animals to be housed there. It allows yaks and camels to be housed here.

  • Materials Needed: 18,000 G 500 lumber and 500 stone

Barn LVL 5: This barn is the largest and allows up to 17 animals to be housed here. It adds a third pregnancy stall. It also allows for reindeer and zebu.

  • Materials Needed: 21,000 G 600 lumber and 600 stone

Chicken Coop

The Chicken Coop allows players to house chickens, ducks, guinea fowl, and other types of birds. It has 4 upgrades. After purchasing each upgrade, the player can choose which color to paint the coop in. At lvl 3, players can choose a pattern as well. The colors and patterns are the same as the barn.

Chicken Coop LVL 1: The chicken Coop allows for 4 chickens total. It has a bird feed box, an area to put bird feed, and nests for for the chickens to sit on. In addition, there is also an incubator to hatch more chickens.

  • Materials Needed: None

Chicken Coop LVL 2: This allows the player to add ducks into the chicken coop. It also allows the player to buy and install a mayonnaise maker. It allows up to 8 birds which provides nests as well. Players can also choose

  • Materials Needed: 5,000 G 100 lumber, 40 stone

Chicken Coop LVL 3: This allows the player to add guinea fowl and turkeys to be added into the chicken coop. It allows up to 12 birds to be housed there. It also adds a second incubator.

  • Materials Needed: 8,000 G 250 lumber, 80 stone

Chicken Coop LVL 4: This allows the player to add quails into the chicken coop. It can house 16 birds and provides nests for them.

  • Materials Needed: 11,000 G 380 lumber, 100 stone

Hutchery

The Hutchery allows the player to house Rabbits inside. It can only be upgraded once to lvl 2. It can house 4 rabbits. There is a nesting area, hay processor, and a nursing area. Materials Needed: 5,000 G, 300 lumber, 100 stone

Hutchery LVL 2: This allows for up to 8 rabbits to be housed instead of 4. Materials Needed: 8,000 G

Insectory

The Insectory allows the player to keep silkworms and honey bees.

Insectory LVL 1: This allows the player to house silkworms. It provides a nesting area where they will stay while in the Insectory. It allows for six Silkworms to be housed. Each nesting area has a portion where feed can be placed which can be accessed from the depositor. There is also a nesting area where players can breed the silkworms.

  • Materials Needed: 10,000 G, 340 lumber, 100 stone

Insectory LVL 2:This allows the player to house honey bees and silkworms. It expands the silkworms to 12 total and allows for 8 honey bee hives to be constructed though upon being built, only one is completed. The Honey Bee Hive houses up to 10 Honey Bees and a total of 80 can be housed. The Honey Bee Hive doesn't need to be fed as it self feeds. It also allows the purchase and installation of the Wax Maker which can convert Bee Honey into Bee Wax.

  • Materials Needed: 14,000 G, 400 lumber, 140 stone
  • To build another Bee Hive: 14,000 G, 50 lumber, 10 stone

Dog House/Cat House

A Dog House and Cat House can be requested and built and is generally the first building built. Building a dog or cat house allows the player to adopt a dog/cat from Celadon Pet Shop.

Dog House: Gives a place for a single dog to sleep as well provide a dog bowl for food.

  • Materials Needed: 800 G, 20 lumber

Large Dog House: Gives your dog more room to move around in. Raises affection level.

  • Materials Needed: 1,300 G, 80 lumber

Double Dog House: Builds a second dog house next door for a second dog. The dog must be found in the wild though instead from the pet shop.

  • Materials Needed: 1,800 G, 190 lumber

Family Dog House: If you have a male and female dog, a Family Dog House will allow them to have up to six puppies which can either be kept or given to your twin and/or friends.

  • Materials Needed: 2,400 G, 300 lumber

Cat House: Gives a place for a single cat to sleep as well as a cat bowl to eat.

  • Materials Needed: 800 G, 20 lumber

Large Cat House: Gives your cat more room to move around in. Raises affection level.

  • Materials Needed: 1,300 G, 80 lumber

Double Cat House: Builds a second cat house next door for a second cat. The cat must be found in the wild though instead from the pet shop.

  • Materials Needed: 1,800 G, 190 lumber

Family Cat House: If you have a male and female cat, a Family Cat House will allow them to have up to six kittens which can either be kept or given to your twin and/or friends.

Grain Silo

Grain Silos store grains to be processed into fodder and feed for your livestock which includes the barn, coop, hutchery, and insectory animals. The Grain Silo comes attached to the Barn and is built at the start of the game but expanding comes separate from the barn.

Grain Silo LVL 1: Built along with the Barn. It stores up to 100 fodder for your animals.

  • Materials Needed: None

Grain Silo LVL 2: Larger version and can store up to 300 fodder for your animals.

  • Materials Needed: 5,300 G, 80 lumber, 180 stone

Grain Silo LVL 3: The final version. It adds a second Grain Silo LVL 2 making double Grain Silos. It stores up to 600 fodder.

  • Materials Needed: 9,600 G, 120 lumber, 300 stone

Tool/Storage Shed

The Tool/Storage Shed houses various tools for the player to access when their rucksack is too full. They can also store various items such as food, produce, foraged items, books, etc in the storage area. Various makers can also be purchased and installed here.

Makers

Makers are machines that can be purchased from the Hardware which can convert a previous item into an entirely new item for an extended purpose and higher payments. They can be requested by Darmon upon completing the requirements.

Mayonnaise Maker: The player can purchase and install the Mayonnaise Maker which converts eggs into mayonnaise. The ranking of the original egg affects the ranking of the mayonnaise. It can be installed into the Chicken Coop when it reaches level 2. The Mayonnaise Maker costs 6,000 G. Certain recipes and quests require mayonnaise to complete them.

Butter Maker: The player can purchase and install the Butter Maker which converts milk into butter. The ranking of the original milk affects the ranking of the butter. It can be installed into the Barn which it reaches level 2 by requesting one from Darmon. The Butter Maker costs 8,000 G. Certain recipes and quests require butter.

Cheese Maker: The player can purchase and install the Cheese Maker which converts milk into cheese. The ranking of the original milk affects the ranking of these cheese. It can be installed into the Barn once it reaches level 3. The Cheese Maker costs 9,000 G. Certain recipes and quests require cheese.

Yarn Maker: The player can purchase and install the Yarn Maker which converts wool and silk into yarn. The ranking of the original wool and silk affects the ranking of the yarn. It can be installed into the Barn once it reaches level 2. The Yarn Maker costs 8,000 G. Certain recipes and quests require yarn.

Wax Maker: The player can purchase and install the Wax Maker which converts Bee Honey into wax. The ranking of the original honey affects the ranking of the wax. It can be installed into the Insectory once it reaches level 2. The Wax Maker costs 7,000 G. Certain recipes and quests require wax.

Jam Maker: The player can purchase and install the Jam Maker which converts fruits and honey into jam. The ranking of the original item affects the ranking of the jam. It can be installed into the Tool Shed once the Insectory reaches level 2 or when the player plants 5 fruit trees. The Jam Maker costs 6,000 G. Certain recipes and quests require jam.

Spice Maker: The player can purchase and install the Spice Maker which converts various items into spices. The ranking of the original item affects the ranking of the spice. It can be installed into the Tool Shed by completing the Spice Guild and costs 7,000 G.

Medicine Maker: The player can purchase and install the Medicine Maker which converts items into medicine and vitamins. The ranking of the original item affects the ranking of the medicine. It can be installed into the Tool Shed by completing the Medicinal Guild and costs 9,000 G.

Cross Breeder: The player can purchase and install the Cross Breeder which can take two crops and crosses them; creating seeds for an entirely new crop for the player to plant. The ranking of the original item does not affect the ranking of the final product. It can be installed into the Tool Shed by completing the Farmer's Guild and costs 15,000 G.

Wine Maker: The player can install the Wine Maker which converts grapes into wine. The ranking of the original grapes affects the ranking of the wine. It becomes available once the player purchases and builds the Distillery.

Beer Maker; The player can install the Beer Maker which converts wheat into beer. The ranking of the original wheat affects the ranking of the beer. It becomes available once the player purchases and builds the Distillery level 2.

Whiskey Maker: The player can install the Whiskey Maker which converts barley into whiskey. The ranking of the original barley affects the ranking of the whiskey. It becomes available once the player purchases and builds the Distillery level 2.

Gin Maker: The player can install the Gin Maker which converts juniper berries into gin. The ranking of the original juniper berry affects the ranking of the gin. It becomes available once the player purchases and builds the Distillery level 3.

Brandy Maker: The player can install the Brandy Maker which converts wine into brandy. The ranking of the original wine affects the ranking of the brandy. It becomes available once the player purchases and builds the Distillery level 4.

Mead Maker: The player can install the Mead Maker which converts honey into mead. The ranking of the original honey affects the ranking of the mead. It becomes available once the player purchases and builds the Distillery level 4.

Shochu Maker: The player can install the Shochu Maker which converts rice into shochu. The ranking of the original rice affects the ranking of the shochu. It becomes available once the player purchases and builds the Distillery level 5.

Umeshu Maker: The player can install the Umeshu Maker which converts plums into umeshu. The ranking of the original plums affects the ranking of the umeshu. It becomes available once the player purchases and builds the Distillery level 5.

Gem Refiner: The player can purchase and install the Gem Refiner which refines gems into jewels. The ranking of the original gem affects the ranking of the refined jewel. It becomes available once the player completes the Mining Guild and can be for 40,000 G which installs it into the Tool Shed. After getting a Gem, the player can put in the gem plus an ingot to make jewelry.

Pottery Maker: The player can purchase and install the Pottery Maker which converts clay and soil found in the field and the cave into pottery. The ranking of the soil and clay affects the ranking of the pottery. It becomes available once the player completes the Art Guild and can be purchased for 24,000 G which installs it into the Tool Shed.

Oil Maker: The player can purchase and install the Oil Maker which converts various items into oil. The ranking of the original items affects the oils ranking. It is is available once Jungle Island is completed and can be be purchased for 15,000 G which installs it into the Tool Shed.

Distillery

The Distiller allows the player to create various alcoholic drinks through a distilling process. It takes a certain amount of time to create a beverage so upon putting a product into a maker, it will then be put into storage until it is finished and ready to be sold, gifted, or drank.

Distillery LVL 1: This allows the player to use grapes from the farm to create wine. This installs the Wine Maker upon the Distillery being built. It typically takes 20 days to create a bottle of wine. It can store up to 10 wine bottles.

  • Materials Needed: 10,300 G, 200 lumber, 100 stone

Distillery LVL 2: This allows the player to use wheat from the farm to make beer and barley to make whiskey. This installs the Beer Maker and Whiskey Maker after being upgraded. It takes 12 days to create a bottle of beer and stores up to 10 beer bottles. It takes up to 30 days to create Whiskey and stores up to 10 bottles.

  • Materials Needed: 18,600 G, 600 lumber, 400 stone

Distillery LVL 3: This allows the player to use Juniper Berries from the forest to create gin. This installs the Gin Maker after being upgraded. It takes up to 15 days to create a bottle of gin and stores up to 10 bottles.

  • Materials Needed: 23,000 G, 700 lumber, 500 stone

Distillery LVL 4: It allows the player to use previously made wine to create Brandy and honey to make Mead. This installs the Brandy Maker and the Mead Maker. It takes 18 days to make Brandy and 25 days to make Mead. It stores 10 bottles each for Brandy and Mead.

  • Materials Needed: 29,000 G, 800 lumber, 600 stone

Distillery LVL 5: It allows the player to create Umeshu from plums and rice to make Shochu. This installs the Umeshu Maker and the Shochu Maker. It takes 12 days to make Umeshu and 28 days to make Shochu and stores 10 bottles each for Umeshu and Shochu.

  • Materials Needed: 32,000 G, 800 lumber, 600 stone

Greenhouse

The Greenhouse allows the player to grow crops that are even out of season. There are three upgrades to the Greenhouse.

Greenhouse LVL 1: It is a small space that allows for up to 18 spots to be tilled within. There is a place to store water as well as a shipping bin.

  • Materials Needed: 14,000 G, 200 lumber, 30 stone

Greenhouse LVL 2: It is larger and allows for 30 spots to be tilled.

  • Materials Needed: 18,000 G, 400 lumber, 90 stone

'Greenhouse LVL 3: This is the final upgrade. It allows for 42 spots to be tilled.

  • Materials Needed: 21,000 G, 600 lumber, 130 stone

Farm Plots

Upon building your farm, Rusty will create a farm plot so you can raise vegetables. The first plot is a small plot which allows up to 64 spots to be tilled. The farm plot can be upgraded to be larger in size. Next to each farm plot is a shipping box which includes additional ones the player builds outside of the main farmstead.

Medium Plot: It allows up to 94 spots to be tilled.

  • Materials Needed: 8,000 G

Large Plot: Allows up to 124 spots to be tilled.

  • Materials Needed: 10,000 G

Giant Plot: Allows up to 174 spots to be tilled.

  • Materials Needed: 15,000 G

Additional Farming Plots

In addition, players can build additional plots around the island if they recieve permission from Town Hall. There are areas allocated for building plots with five total. However, some of them require more money to build rather than based from the farm:

  • Sunview Town (+40% more)
  • Graveyard (-20%)
  • River Run (+20%)
  • Maplewood Meadow (-10%)
  • Mt. Cloudyhead (+10%)

Seaweed Farming Plot

This can be purchased near to Sunview Beach. Upon purchasing it, the player can grow and harvest various seaweed such as Kombu, Laver, and Wakame. It only comes in one size and has 50 tiles to it. The player attaches the seedling to the post. It doesn't require watering it thus making it a rather easy way to farm.

  • Materials Needed: 50,000 G, 300 lumber

Ranching Pasture

Upon building the farm at the beginning the game, Rusty will also build the pasture for animals. This is the small one occupies only 50 tiles. In addition, some of these titles do not contain grass resulting in the player having to till them and placing grass, barley, or wheat. It can be upgraded for more space/.

Medium Pasture: Gives 100 titles.

  • Materials Needed: 4,000 G, 100 lumber

Large Pasture: Gives 150 tiles

  • Materials Needed: 8,000 G, 200 lumber

Giant Pasture: Gives 200 tiles

  • Materials Needed: 1,2000 G, 300 lumber

Fruit Orchard

Much like the Farm Plot and Pasture, the Fruit Orchard is built upon the completion of the house. It is listed as a Small Orchard and can house up to 5 fruit trees. Upgrading it results in more trees being built. There is a water spout for filling the water can and a shipping bin next tot he orchard.

Medium Orchard: Allows up to 8 trees total.

  • Materials Needed: 7,000 G, 80 lumber

Large Pasture: Allows up 11 trees total.

  • Materials Needed: 11,000 G, 140 lumber

Giant Pasture: Allows up to 15 trees total.

  • Materials Needed: 1,2000 G, 300 lumber

Fish Pond

The Fish Pond allows players to store and breed fish within the Fish Pond. Next to the pond is a box for fish feed.

Small Fish Pond: It can store up to 20 fish.

  • Materials Needed: 2,000 G, 10 lumber, 100 stone

Medium Fish Pond: It can store up to 40 fish.

  • Materials Needed: 6,000 G, 30 lumber, 200 stone

Large Fish Pond: It can store up to 60 fish.

  • Materials Needed: 10,000 G, 40 lumber, 300 stone

Miscellaneous Items

Besides buildings and farm plots, players can purchase and request the construction of miscellaneous items to add on his or her farm. The twin player can also request them but you will give the final call if they will be added.

  • Small Wooden Bench: 500 G, 40 lumber
  • Medium Wooden Bench: 900 G, 80 lumber
  • Large Wooden Bench; 1,300 G, 120 lumber
  • Birdhouse: 400 G, 30 lumber
  • Sandbox: 7,200 G, 50 lumber
  • Scarecrow: 3,000 G, 140 lumber (Note: Scares away crows and birds from the farm)
  • Torch: 800 G, 20 lumber
  • Trellis: 5,000 G, 200 lumber (Note: allows you to plant flowers seeds which will automatically grow on it for one season)
  • Wooden Arch: 1,500 G, 200 lumber
  • Face Cut-Out Standee (Farmers): 1,600 G, 100 lumber
  • Face Cut-Out Standee (King & Queen): 1,600 G, 100 lumber
  • Face Cut-Out Standee (Doctors): 1,600 G, 100 lumber
  • Face Cut-Out Standee (Explorers): 1,600 G, 100 lumber
  • Face Cut-Out Standee (Astronauts): 1,600 G, 100 lumber
  • Face Cut-Out Standee (Police Officers): 1,600 G, 100 lumber
  • Face Cut-Out Standee (Aliens): 1,600 G, 100 lumber
  • Face Cut-Out Standee (Robots): 1,600 G, 100 lumber
  • Face Cut-Out Standee (Clowns): 1,600 G, 100 lumber
  • Face Cut-Out Standee (Pirates): 1,600 G, 100 lumber
  • Face Cut-Out Standee (Ninjas): 1,600 G, 100 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Cow): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Horse): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Chicken): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Sheep): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Goat): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Alpaca): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Yak): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Ostrich): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Zebu): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Camel): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Duck): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Guinea Peafowl): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Turkey): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Quail): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Silkworm): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Honey Bee): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Rabbit): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Cat): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Dog): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Pig): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Deer): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Bear): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Fox): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Wolf): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Turtle): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Wild Boar): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Panda): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Monkey): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Wooden Animal Sculpture (Mountain Lion): 2,000 G, 150 lumber
  • Small Rock: 400 G, 30 stone
  • Medium Rock: 800 G, 60 stone
  • Large Rock: 1,200 G, 90 stone
  • Sundial: 5,000 G, 70 stone
  • Small Fountain: 1,300 G, 100 stone
  • Medium Fountain: 1,700 G, 180 stone
  • Large Fountain: 2,500 G, 260 stone
  • Small Stone Bench: 400 G, 80 stone
  • Medium Stone Bench; 800 G, 120 stone
  • Large Stone Bench: 1,200 G, 160 stone
  • Stone Arch: 1,500 G, 200 stone
  • Zen Garden: 4,000 G, 500 stone (Note: Slightly reduces fatigue)
  • Moss Rock: 2,000 G, 100 stone
  • Stone Sculpture (Apple): 2,000 G, 150 stone
  • Stone Sculpture (Banana): 2,000 G, 150 stone
  • Stone Sculpture (Tomato): 2,000 G, 150 stone
  • Stone Sculpture (Broccoli): 2,000 G, 150 stone
  • Stone Sculpture (Corn): 2,000 G, 150 stone
  • Stone Sculpture (Grapes): 2,000 G, 150 stone
  • Stone Sculpture (Watermelon): 2,000 G, 150 stone
  • Stone Sculpture (Pineapple): 2,000 G, 150 stone
  • Stone Sculpture (Turnip): 2,000 G, 150 stone
  • Stone Sculpture (Daikon): 2,000 G, 150 stone
  • Stone Sculpture (Strawberry): 2,000 G, 150 stone
  • Stone Sculpture (Durian): 2,000 G, 150 stone
  • Stone Sculpture (Peach): 2,000 G, 150 stone
  • Stone Sculpture (Onion): 2,000 G, 150 stone
  • Stone Sculpture (Eggplant): 2,000 G, 150 stone
  • Stone Sculpture (Carrot): 2,000 G, 150 stone
  • Stone Sculpture (Cucumber): 2,000 G, 150 stone
  • Wishing Well: 4,000 G, 100 lumber, 180 stone (Note: can be used to fetch water)
  • Inflatable Swimming Pool: 4,500 G
  • Garden Table: 900 G
  • Lawn Gnome: 400 G
  • Flamingo: 200 G
  • Sunview Flagpole: 3,000 G
  • Small Metal Bench: 1,000 G
  • Medium Metal Bench: 1,400 G
  • Large Metal Bench: 1,900 G
  • Small Lawn Chair: 400 G
  • Medium Lawn Chair: 800 G
  • Large Lawn Chair: 1,200 G
  • Street Lamp (Modern): 1,000 G
  • Street Lamp (European): 1,000 G
  • Street Lamp (Fairy Tale): 2,000 G
  • Street Lamp (Futuristic): 2,00 G

=Topiary

Instead of being purchased at the Carpenters, it can be purchased at the Flower Shop instead.

  • Small Rose Bush: 400 G
  • Medium Rose Bush: 800 G
  • Large Rose Bush: 1,200 G
  • Small Hedge Bush: 1,000 G
  • Medium Hedge Bush: 2,000 G
  • Large Hedge Bush: 3,000 G
  • Globe Bush: 3,800 G
  • Cube Bush: 3,800 G
  • Upside Triangle Bush: 3,800 G
  • Circle Topiary: 5,000 G
  • Square Topiary: 5,000 G
  • Penguin Topiary: 6,000 G
  • Bison Topiary: 6,000 G
  • Tiger Topiary; 6,000 G
  • Lion Topiary: 6,000 G
  • Gorilla Topiary: 6,000 G
  • Moose Topiary; 6,000 G
  • Polar Bear Topiary: 7,000 G
  • Hippo Topiary: 7,000 G
  • Rhino Topiary: 7,000 G
  • Kangaroo Topiary: 7,000 G
  • Dolphin Topiary: 8,000 G
  • Alligator Topiary; 8,000 G
  • Walrus Topiary; 8,000 G
  • Elephant Topiary: 8,000 G
  • Giraffe Topiary; 8,000 G
  • Gryphon Topiary; 9,000 G
  • Dragon Topiary; 9,000 G
  • Unicorn Topiary; 9,000 G
  • Kappa Topiary: 9,000 G
  • Dinosaur Topiary: 9,000 G
  • Mammoth Topiary: 9,000 G

Landmarks

Landmarks must be requested at the Town Hall and the constructed by Rusty. The farm can only have one landmark at a time and, in order to request one, a certain requirement must be filled. Once you build a landmark, you don't have to rebuild it out if you swap it for a new one and then swap it back in

  • Tokyo Tower: 20,0000 G
  • Big Ben; 20,000 G
  • Pyramid: 20,000 G
  • Statue of Liberty; 20,000 G
  • Sphinx; 20,000 G
  • Acropolis: 20,000 G
  • Kinkakuji: 30,000 G
  • Mt. Rushmore: 30,000 G
  • Sydney Opera House: 30,000 G
  • Notre Dame: 30,000 G
  • Leaning Tower if Pisa: 30,000 G
  • Taj Mahal: 40,000 G
  • London Bridge: 40,000 G
  • Stonehenge: 40,000 G
  • Christ the Redeemer: 40,000 G
  • Angor Wat: 40,000 G
  • Great Wall of China: 50,000 G
  • Mt. Fuji: 50,000 G
  • Old Faithful: 50,000 G
  • Palace of Versailles: 50,000 G
  • Machu Pichu: 50,000 G
  • Niagara Falls: 50,000 G
  • The Moon: 80,000 G
  • The Earth: 80,000 G
  • Mt. Everest: 80,000 G

Tools

Tools are items that can be used for a number of ways such as digging in soil, watering crops, and taking care of animals. Each tool can be upgraded using ore and/or gems which is based on how many times the player uses it. The tools can be upgraded at Bronze Hardware with the right amount of gold and materials. Using tools take up stamina which, when fully depleted, causes the player to be sent to the hospital and lose the rest of the day.

Name Starter Purpose Upgrades
Hoe Yes Tills soil in order to plant seeds, fruit, and grains. Can also be used to dig in mines for ore. *Bronze: 2,000G. Can be charged to dig up two tiles total, and stamina reduction
  • Silver: 4,000 G. Can be used to dig up 3 spaces total and Stamina Reduction
  • Gold: 8,000 G. Can be used to dig up 4 spaces total and Stamina Reduction
  • Platinum: 12,000 G, Can be used to dig up 5 spaces total and Stamina Reduction
  • Ruby: 20,000 G, Raises the soil by one rank when used and can dig up 4 spaces total and Stamina Reduction.
  • Sapphire: 20,000 G, Immediately waters the ground upon use, can be used to dig up 4 spaces total, and stamina reduction
  • Emerald: 20,000 G, Drives away any moles within the area, can be used to dig up 4 spaces total, and stamina reduction.
  • Onyx: 20,000 G. When charged up, it will bypass already planted crops, saplings, flowers, and grains. It can be be used to dig up 4 spaces and Stamina Reduction.
  • Diamond: 20,000 G. When used, it has a higher chance of digging up more Gold than before. It can be used to dig up four spaces and Stamina Reduction.
Watering Can Yes Used to provide water to crops, flowers, herbs, fruit saplings, and grains as well as put up campfires. *Bronze: 2,000G. Can be charged to water two tiles total, and stamina reduction
  • Silver: 4,000 G. Can be used to water 3 spaces total and Stamina Reduction
  • Gold: 8,000 G. Can be used to water 4 spaces total and Stamina Reduction
  • Platinum: 12,000 G, Can be used to water 5 spaces total and Stamina Reduction
  • Ruby: 20,000 G, Increases the possibility of getting a higher rank upon harvesting and can water 4 spaces total and Stamina Reduction.
  • Sapphire: 20,000 G, Holds double the water, can be used to water 4 spaces total, and stamina reduction
  • Emerald: 20,000 G, Drives away pests when used, can be used to water 4 spaces total, and stamina reduction.
  • Onyx: 20,000 G. Makes the crop hat is watered invisible to wild animals which reduces the risk of being eaten. It can be be used to water 4 spaces and Stamina Reduction.
  • Diamond: 20,000 G. Increases the chance of the crop becoming a Shining version. It can be used to water four spaces and Stamina Reduction.
Sickle Yes Can be used to cut grains to put in the silo or sale as well as removing weeds and intrusive vines. *Bronze: 2,000G. Can be charged to cut two tiles total, and stamina reduction
  • Silver: 4,000 G. Can be used to cut 3 spaces total and Stamina Reduction
  • Gold: 8,000 G. Can be used to cut 4 spaces total and Stamina Reduction
  • Platinum: 12,000 G. Can be used to cut 5 spaces total and Stamina Reduction
  • Ruby: 20,000 G. Cutting a weed with it causes the title to not grow a weed for full season and can cut 4 spaces total and Stamina Reduction.
  • Sapphire: 20,000 G. Potentially raises the rank of the grain when cut, can be used to cut 4 spaces total, and stamina reduction
  • Emerald: 20,000 G. Increases the soil quality when cutting a weed in a farm plot, can be used to cut 4 spaces total, and stamina reduction.
  • Onyx: 20,000 G. When used on a crop, it removes any diseases. It can be be used to cut 4 spaces and Stamina Reduction.
  • Diamond: 20,000 G. It has a chance of increasing the ranking of the grain that is cut. It can be used to cut four spaces and Stamina Reduction.
Axe Yes The axe can be used to cut branches, stumps, and trees for lumber. *Bronze: 2,000G. Can be charged to chop two tiles total, and stamina reduction
  • Silver: 4,000 G. Can be used to chop 3 spaces total and Stamina Reduction
  • Gold: 8,000 G. Can be used to chop 4 spaces total and Stamina Reduction
  • Platinum: 12,000 G, Can be used to chop 5 spaces total and Stamina Reduction
  • Ruby: 20,000 G. Severely weakens a stump when uncharged making the next hit finish. It chop 4 spaces total and Stamina Reduction.
  • Sapphire: 20,000 G. The axe chop is much faster, can be used to chop 4 spaces total, and stamina reduction
  • Emerald: 20,000 G. The axe chop force can also cause weeds to be cut, can be used to chop 4 spaces total, and stamina reduction.
  • Onyx: 20,000 G. Preserves fruit when chopping a tree. It can be be used to dig up 4 spaces and Stamina Reduction.
  • Diamond: 20,000 G. When used, it may cause gold to spring up from the tree or stump. It can be used to chop four spaces and Stamina Reduction.
Hammer Yes Can be used to break stones found in farm fields as well as gem stones in mines. *Bronze: 2,000G. Can be charged to smash two tiles total, and stamina reduction
  • Silver: 4,000 G. Can be used to smash 3 spaces total and Stamina Reduction
  • Gold: 8,000 G. Can be used to smash 4 spaces total and Stamina Reduction
  • Platinum: 12,000 G, Can be used to smash 5 spaces total and Stamina Reduction
  • Ruby: 20,000 G. When use, it will till the soil it broke the rock on. It can smash 4 spaces total and Stamina Reduction.
  • Sapphire: 20,000 G. Can be used to ward off moles and can be used to smash 4 spaces total, and stamina reduction
  • Emerald: 20,000 G. May improve the soil quality by one rank when used. Can be used to smash 4 spaces total, and stamina reduction.
  • Onyx: 20,000 G. Causes a fissure that may create more rocks. It can be be used to smash 4 spaces and Stamina Reduction.
  • Diamond: 20,000 G. When used, it has a higher chance of producing more valuable flawless ore or gem. It can be used to dig up four spaces and Stamina Reduction.
Fishing Rod No/Purchased at the Good 'ol Bait 'N' Tackle for 5,000 G. Can be used cast the line into water to catch fish. *Bronze: 2,000G. Can be charged to fish further, and stamina reduction
  • Silver: 4,000 G. Can be used to throw the line out further and Stamina Reduction
  • Gold: 8,000 G. The line is thrown out even further and Stamina Reduction
  • Platinum: 12,000 G, The line reaches it's max distance and Stamina Reduction/
  • Ruby: 20,000 G. Raises your chance to catch a rare fish when it is sunny and Stamina Reduction.
  • Sapphire: 20,000 G. Raises your chance to catch a rare fish when its rainy and stamina reduction
  • Emerald: 20,000 G. Raises your chance to catch a rare fish when its windy or snowy and stamina reduction.
  • Onyx: 20,000 G. Raises your chances at catching a rare fish at night and Stamina Reduction.
  • Diamond: 20,000 G. Raises your chance of catching a rare fish on weekends and holidays and Stamina Reduction.
Bug Net No/Purchased at Celadon Pet Shop 5,000 G. Can be used catch bugs. *Bronze: 2,000G. The net is swung faster and stamina reduction
  • Silver: 4,000 G. The net is swung faster in a wider arc and Stamina Reduction
  • Gold: 8,000 G. The net is swung even faster with a wider arc and Stamina Reduction
  • Platinum: 12,000 G, The net is swung the faster and Stamina Reduction
  • Ruby: 20,000 G. Quickens your movements when it is sunny and Stamina Reduction.
  • Sapphire: 20,000 G. Quickens your movements when it is raining and stamina reduction
  • Emerald: 20,000 G. Quickens your movements when it is snowy or windy and stamina reduction.
  • Onyx: 20,000 Quickens your movements at night and Stamina Reduction.
  • Diamond: 20,000 G. Quickens your movements during weekends and holidays and Stamina Reduction.
Brush No/Purchased at Stratus Ranch for 3,000 G. Used to brush livestock to raise affection and clean them. *Bronze: 2,000G. More affection after every brush and stamina reduction
  • Silver: 4,000 G. More affection after every brush and Stamina Reduction
  • Gold: 8,000 G. More affection after every brush and Stamina Reduction
  • Platinum: More affection after every brush and Stamina Reduction
  • Ruby: 20,000 G. Increases affection more when used in summer and/or fall and Stamina Reduction.
  • Sapphire: 20,000 G. Increases affection more when used in winter and stamina reduction.
  • Emerald: 20,000 G. Increases affection more in spring and stamina reduction.
  • Onyx: 20,000 G. Increases affection more when used at night time and Stamina Reduction.
  • Diamond: 20,000 G. Increases affection more when used on a weekend or holiday and Stamina Reduction.
Sheers No/Purchased at Stratus Ranch for 3,000 G. Used to cut the wool of sheep, alpacas, rabbits, and yaks. *Bronze: 2,000G. Cuts faster and raises affection as well as stamina reduction
  • Silver: 4,000 G. Cuts faster and raises affection as well as Stamina Reduction
  • Gold: 8,000 G. Cuts faster and raises affection as well as Stamina Reduction
  • Platinum: 12,000 G, Cuts faster and raises affection as well as Stamina Reduction.
  • Ruby: 20,000 G. Produces more wool in summer and fall and Stamina Reduction.
  • Sapphire: 20,000 G. Produces more wool in winter and stamina reduction
  • Emerald: 20,000 G. Produces more wool in spring and stamina reduction.
  • Onyx: 20,000 G. Produces more wool when used at night and Stamina Reduction.
  • Diamond: 20,000 G. Produces more wool on weekends and holidays and Stamina Reduction.
Milker No/Purchased at Stratus Ranch for 3,000 G. Used to milk Cows, Goats, Zebu, Camels, and Yaks. *Bronze: 2,000G. Milks faster and raises affection as well as stamina reduction
  • Silver: 4,000 G. Milks faster and raises affection as well as Stamina Reduction
  • Gold: 8,000 G. Milks faster and raises affection as well as Stamina Reduction
  • Platinum: 12,000 G, Milks faster and raises affection as well as Stamina Reduction
  • Ruby: 20,000 G. Produces more milk in summer and fall and Stamina Reduction.
  • Sapphire: 20,000 G. Produces more milk in winter and stamina reduction
  • Emerald: 20,000 G. Produces more milk in spring and stamina reduction.
  • Onyx: 20,000 G. Produces more milk when used at night and Stamina Reduction.
  • Diamond: 20,000 G. Produces more milk on weekends and holidays and Stamina Reduction.
Bell No/Purchased at Stra Ranch. Used to bring livestock animals to the player. Zero upgrades.
Diving Suit No/Purchased Surfer Shack for 7,000 G. Used to dive int he ocean for find objects. *Bronze: 2,000G. Can find more rarer items.
  • Silver: 4,000 G. Can find even rarer items.
  • Gold: 6,000 G. Can find the most rare items.
FarmPhone Yes Used to call characters, keep track of characters, check shop times, access calendar, check weather, check event news, check tool condition, and check livestock condition when away from the farm Zero upgrades.

Events

Events are special occasions that either the town, townspeople, or player and/or his twin holds. There are four different types of events:

  • Holiday: Examples includes Halloween and Earth Day
  • Festivals: Examples include the Fashion Festival and Warrior Festival
  • Contests: Examples include the Cow Contest and the Sheep Contest
  • Personal: These events include birthdays, anniversaries, or created events.

Event Calendar

Spring

1 Tues

New Years Day

2 Wednes 3 Thurs

White Day

4 Fri 5 Sat

Momo's Birthday

7 Sun 8 Mon 9 Tues

Flower Festival

10 Wednes

Tina's Birthday

11 Thurs
12 Fri 13 Sat 14 Sun

Duck Festival

15 Mon 16 Tues

Egg Festival

17 Wednes 18 Thurs

Horse Festival

19 Fri 20 Sat

Cow Festival

21 Sun

Chloe's Birthday

22 Mon

Cherry Blossom Festival

23 Tues

Hayashi's Birthday

24 Wends 25 Thurs

Fashion Festival

26 Fri
27 Sat

Earth Day

28 Sun

Spring Harvest Festival

29 Mon

Leo's Birthday

30 Tues 31 Wends

List of Spring Events:

  • New Years Day: New Years Day is the first day of the year but, sadly, the player is unable to celebrate it until Spring Year 2. Players can go to the top of Mt. Cloudyhead to watch the sun rise as well as send/receive New Year Post Cards. Going up to Mt. Cloudyhead rewards the player with the First Sunrise Trophy.
  • White Day: Female players receive chocolates from guys they gave chocolates to on Valentines Day. In the case of the first year, the male player can give chocolates to his twin unless if manage to increase a heart belongs to an Acquaintance. If the player is female, the male twin will give her a chocolate unless she raises the heart level of a bachelor. Experiencing your first White Day rewards the player with the Chocolate Trophy.
  • Flower Festival: Players can go to the pasture to celebrate the Flower Festival. Players can pick flowers found in the fields and arrange them into a bouquet to be judged by Tulip and Petunia. The winner with the best bouquet receives 50% off from the store for the rest of Spring. First time entrants receive the Bouquet Trophy as well.
  • Duck Festival: Players can enter in one of their ducks for it to be judged by the Mayor and Denver. Winning first place gives affection to the Duck and awards the player with a Duck Trophy and 5,000 G. Second place is Shining Duck Egg 3,000 G and third place is Perfect Duck Egg and 1000 G. Festivities start at 12 pm at the ranch.
  • Egg Festival: The Mayor has hidden 35 eggs around the island and the townspeople must find them. Towns people you have hearts with as well as randomized townspeople will appear in the festival. Finding the most eggs by the end of the 3 pm or when the last egg is found concludes the festival. Getting first place awards the player a Egg Trophy and 2,000 G while second place rewards the player with a Shining Egg and 1,000 G and third place rewards with a Perfect Egg 500 G. Festivities starts at 12 pm at the Town Hall.
  • Horse Festival: Players can enter one of their horses to be used in a three round race. Pressing the A button increases the horses speed but can only use up to 3 carrots (which represents speed) per round. Winning first place rewards the player with first place rewards the player with a Horse Trophy and 10,000 G and second place rewards with 8,000 G and 5,000 G goes to third place. Subsequent first place winners do not get a trophy. The player can also bet on horse races if they choose not to race and can wager gold on which horses they think will win. Festivities starts at 12 pm.
  • Cow Festival: Players can enter in one of their cows for it to be judged by the Mayor and Denver. Winning first place gives affection to the Cow and awards the player with a Cow Trophy and 6,000 G. Second place is Shining Milk and 4,000 H and third place is Perfect Milk and 2,000 G. Winning it subsequent years rewards first place with Shining Milk, Shining, Butter, and Shining Cheese. Festivities starts at 12 pm.
  • Cherry Blossom Festival: Join the villagers near to River Run to enjoy the cherry blossoms. Invite a romantic interest and cook them a dish for you to eat together! Festivities starts at 3 pm.
  • Fashion Festival: Players can purchase an outfit from the tailors and participate in the fashion show. Talking to one of the bachelors and bachelorettes that the player has higher than a level 2 heart can inquire about their favorite color the day before. This results in unlocking the Fashion Outfit for that character. If the player chooses not to participate, they can help swing votes by talking to people before hand to vote for an entrant. Not all bachelors or bachelorettes will participate in a given year. Winning the content rewards the player with 10,000 G for first place and the Fashion Trophy, 8000 G for second place, and 4000 G for third place. Festivities starts at 12 pm at the event room at Town Hall.
  • Earth Day: Earth Day is held in Maplewood Forest where villagers take saplings and plant new trees within the forest. The number of participants depends on how many trees the player cut down and planted prior to the event. Villagers also clean up the river and causes the amount of garbage caught in the river to decrease significantly. Once it is over, the Mayor thanks those who participated. First time attenders receives the Earth Trophy. Festivities starts at 12 pm.
  • Spring Harvest Festival: The Spring Harvest Festival is held at Cirrus Pastures where the player can submit a Spring crop they have grown on the farm. The Mayor and Darly will judge the level of the crop and reward the winners. Winning first place rewards the player with the Spring Harvest Trophy and 8,000 G. Second place is rewarded 6,000 G and third place gets 4,000 G. Festivities start at 12 pm.

Summer

1 Thurs

Beach Festival

2 Fri 3 Sat

Matthew's Birthday

4 Sun 5 Mon

Chicken Festival

7 Tues 8 Wends 9 Thurs

Ronald's Birthday

10 Fri 11 Sat
12 Sun

Firefly Festival

13 Mon

Summer's Birthday

14 Tues

Fishing Tournament

15 Wends 16 Thurs
17 Fri

Animal Festival

18 Sat

Jame's Birthday

19 Sun

Isabelle's Birthday

20 Mon 21 Tues
22 Wednes 23 Thurs

Insect Festival

24 Fri 25 Sat

Fireworks Festival

26 Sun
27 Mon 28 Tues

Summer Harvest Festival

29 Wednes 30 Thurs

Star Festival

31 Fri

List of Summer Events:

  • Beach Festival: The player can come over to Sunview Beach at 12 pm for so swimming, watermelon cracking, and beach volleyball. There are three contests lined up:
    • Swimming Contest: Players must swim out to the buoy and back. Pressing A propels the player forward but they can run out of energy much like swimming outside of the festival day. Players are unable to dive though. Finishing first helps your standing.
    • Watermelon Splitting Contest: Players are blindfolded which actually prevents them from seeing the screen. They must envision where the watermelon and swing to see if they can split it. Splitting it neatly raises your chances for first place.
    • The final event is the Beach Volleyball where the player is put into a team and must win at a volleyball match. Pressing A causes the player to jump and pressing b causes the player to hit the volley. It goes through four rounds and is fairly quick in terms of time.

One the third event concludes, first place is given the Beach Day Trophy and 5,000 G. Second place is given 4,000 G and 3rd Place is given 2,000 G. In addition, placing first unlocks the Swimsuit Outfit for \the bachelors and bachelorettes that are in attendance.

  • Summer 05: Chicken Festival: Players can enter in their chicken for it to be judged. First place winners receive the Chicken Trophy and 800 G, 2nd place winner receives 600 G, and 3rd Place winner receive 400 G. Festivities start at 12 pm.
  • Summer 12: Firefly Festival: Players can invite a potential romantic interest to River Run to watch the fireflies dance about in the air. Players can also catch a Firefly and can give it to the girl or guy for extra points. Festivities starts at 9 pm.
  • Summer 14: Fishing Tournament: Compete against the best by fishing the entire day away and finding the biggest fish you can find! Landing a large fish may earn you first place which comes with the Fish Trophy and 5,000 G while 2nd place gives you 3,000 G and 3rd place gives you 1,000 G. The player may fish in any body of water save for the Underground Mine Lake or on the other islands nor will any fish from those areas be accepted.
  • Summer 17: Animal Festival: Enter in one of your pets or wild animal friend to the contest! The bond you share with that animal will influence the judges decision. If you have a good heart rating with one of the bachelors or bachelorettes at the festival will unlock one an Animal Heart for that character. Winning first place will reward the player with the trophy of their animal they entered with as well as 800 G. 2nd place gives the player 600 G and 3rd place is 400 G. Festivities starts at 12 pm at the Town Square.
  • Summer 23: Insect Festival: Compete against the best by catching insects the entire day! Catching the biggest insect may earn you first place which gives you the Bug Trophy and 3,000 G while 2nd place gives you 1000G and 3rd place gives you 700 G. Off-island insects are not counted.
  • Summer 26: Fireworks Festival: Invite a potential romantic interest to the festival and watch the fireworks shoot off! There are various food and drinks as well as sparklers are also available. Once the clock hits 9 pm, the fireworks will start. Festivities starts at 6 pm.
  • Summer Harvest Festival: The Summer Harvest Festival is held at Cirrus Pastures where the player can submit a Summer crop they have grown on the farm. The Mayor and Darly will judge the level of the crop and reward the winners. Winning first place rewards the player with the Spring Harvest Trophy and 8,000 G. Second place is rewarded 6,000 G and third place gets 4,000 G. Festivities start at 12 pm.
  • Spring 30: Star Festival: Ask a potential romantic interest to attend the Star Festival. If the romantic interest is at good level, they will agree. This unlocks the Kimono Outfit for the character. The player and the romantic interest will write their names on a piece of paper and tie it to a tree in hopes it doesn't rain that night. Festivities starts at 8 pm.

Fall

1 Sun 2 Mon

Rustold's Birthday

3 Tues

Samantha's Birthday

4 Wednes

Avery's Birthday

5 Thurs
7 Fri

Goat Festival

8 Sat 9 Sun

Music Festival

10 Mon 11 Tues

Rabbit Festival

12 Wednes 13 Thurs

Athletic Day

14 Fri

Skylar's Birthday

15 Sat 16 Sun

Moon Viewing Festival

17 Mon

Reginald's Birthday

18 Tues

Penny's Birthday

19 Wednes 20 Thurs

Guild Festival

21 Friday
22 Sat 23 Sun

Warrior Festival

24 Mon 25 Tues

Halloween

26 Wednes
27 Thurs 28 Fri

Fall Harvest Festival

29 Sat 30 Sun 31 Mon

List of Fall Events:

  • Goat Festival: The player can enter in his or her goat to compete. Winning first prize rewards with a Goat Trophy and 6,000 G while 2nd place rewards with 4,000 G and 3rd place rewards for 2,000 G. It also increases the affection of the goat that entered.
  • Music Festival: The player can enter into the Music Festival and compete while wearing an outfit and choosing a song. The player can also cheer for other contestants. If the contestant is a bachelor or bachelorette and they get a 80% overall, they player can unlock the Idol Costume. Winning the competition awards the player with the Idol Trophy and 3,000 G with 2nd place being 2,000 G and 3rd place is 1,000 G. Festivities start at 3 pm at the Town Hall event room.
  • Rabbit Festival: Players can enter their rabbits to participate in the Rabbit Festival. The rabbits condition and affection levels helps with the judging section. Getting first place rewards with a Rabbit Trophy and 5,000 G while second place rewards with 3,000 G and the third place awards players with 2,000 G.
  • Athletic Festival: Players can enter into the festival to participate in 5 events: hurdles, shot put, pole vault, long jump, and weight lifting. Scouring first place in at least 3 of the 5 results in an overall 1st place award in the festival. First place is the Athletic Trophy and 8,000 G while 2nd Place rewards 6,000 G and the 3rd Place is 4,000 G.
  • Moon Viewing Day: The player can invite their potential romantic interest to watch the moon. Bachelors and bachelorettes with high affection marks will agree to attend. Going will obviously increase affection between the two. Festivities start at Cirrus Pastures at 9 pm.
  • Guild Festival: Guilds put up booths for the player to sign up and join after talking to representatives. At the end of the festival, they will put up a joint parade. Festivities starts at 12 pm at the Town Square.
  • Warrior Festival: Players can enter into the Warrior Festival and choose a weapon which has up to 5 moves each. Pressing the A button and input causes the player to perform an attack. Each attack does various amounts of damage as well as appeal. Pressing the A button without
    • Knights Sword: A strong doubled edged sword that is strong and quick.
      • Slash (A): A simple sword strike that does 1 hit of damage.
      • Crusader (Back A): The player jumps forward and slams the sword down into the ground. It does 4 hits of damage.
      • Knight Dash (Forward A): The player dashes forward and slashes. Very quick. It does 2 hits of damage.
      • Holy Spiral (Up A): The player jumps upwards and spins in a circle while slashing. It does 5 hits of damage.
      • Crusher (Down A): Slams the sword down forward; slamming the opponent into the ground. Does 4 damage.
    • Katana: A long sword with very quick and precise attacks.
      • Tamashii (A): The player slashes horizontally with the Katana. Does 1 hit of famage.
      • Mojiro (Forward A): The player dashes forward with great speed and slashes forward. It does 2 hits of damage.
      • Hakiri (Back A): Player jumps back while cutting forward. Does2 hits of damage.
      • Taki (Up A): The player jumps up while holding the sword; slashing upwards. Does 3 hits of damage.
      • Kyoushin (Down A): The player poses and intercepts an attack; redirecting it back and dealing 4 hits of damage.
    • Axe: The axe is large and strong; dealing high amounts of damage though is rather slow. It has a great reach.
      • Cleave (A): The player swings the axe forward with a wide arc. It does 2 hits.
      • Giant Cut (Forward A): The player heaves up the axe and slams it forward dealing 4 hits.
      • Staff Push (Back A): The player takes the axe handle and pushes it forward; dealing 2 hits of damage.
      • Axe Circle (Up A): The player performs a full circle which knocks the opponent upwards. It does 5 hits of damage.
      • Earth Ruin (Down A): The player slams the axe down which causes to slam the opponent down. It does 6 hits of damage.
    • Pole: The pole has a long reach and is quick.
      • Poke (A): Players use the pole to poke forward. Does 1 hit.
      • Pole Twirl (Forward A): The player takes the pole and twirls it forward; dealing 3 hits.
      • Pole Smack (Back A): The player steps backward and smacks the pole from above downward. Does 2 hits.
      • Pole Vault (Up A): The player jumps up and lands on the pole into the ground. It does 3 hits.
      • Pole Sweep: The player twirls around; smacking the pole along the ground while tripping the opponent. It does 3 hits.
    • Hammer: The hammer is slow but powerful and has an area wide effect of dealing damage.
      • Bash (A): The player takes the hammer and smashes it forward; dealing 3 hits.
      • Charge (Forward A): The player charges forward slightly; slamming the shaft of the hammer forward. It does 4 hits.
      • Heave (Back A): The player charges the hammer back and then swings it over his head; slamming it down in front of him dealing 5 hits.
      • Launch (Up A): The player takes the hammer and swings upwards; launching the opponent into the air. Does 6 hits.
      • Stomp (Down A): The player slams the hammer into the ground causing the opponent nearby to be stunned. Does 2 hits.
    • Bow and Arrow: A long distance weapon that can fire arrows.
      • Arrow Shot (A): Fires an arrow forward. Holding down the A button charges the arrows flying distance. Deals 1 hit.
      • Triple Arrow (Forward A): Fires three arrows at once which deals 3 hits.
      • Roll and Shoot (Back A): The player rolls backwards and then fires a quick arrow. Does 1 hit of damage.
      • Arrow Rain (Back A): The player fires several arrows into the air which fall down; dealing 4 hits.
      • Precision (Down A): The player kneels on the ground and fires an arrow that flies straight forward.

Players square off other bachelors and bachelorettes within the festival. Going through all 6 matches results in getting first place which rewards players one of costumes for the bachelor and bachlorette, the Warrior Trophy, and 8,000 G. Second prize is 7,000 G and third place is 4,000 G, Festivities starts at 12 pm at the Dojo.

  • Halloween: Players can choose one of the following costumes to wear: ghost, vampire, mummy, werewolf, scarecrow, and ninja. Players can visit other villagers residences and can receive candy. Talking to one of the bachelors and bachelorettes and getting them to open up the Costume dialog option causes the Halloween Costume to be unlocked.
  • Fall Harvest Festival: The Fall Harvest Festival is held at Cirrus Pastures where the player can submit a Fall crop they have grown on the farm. The Mayor and Darly will judge the level of the crop and reward the winners. Winning first place rewards the player with the Spring Harvest Trophy and 8,000 G. Second place is rewarded 6,000 G and third place gets 4,000 G. Festivities start at 12 pm.


Winter

1 Tues

Snow Day

2 Mon 3 Tues

Valentines Day

4 Wednes

Victoria's Birthday

5 Thurs
7 Fri 8 Sat

Turkey Festival

9 Sun 10 Mon

Augustine's Birthday

11 Tues
12 Wednes

Sheep Festival

13 Thurs 14 Fri 15 Sat

Cooking Festival

16 Sun

Shiloh's Birthday

17 Mon 18 Tues 19 Wednes

Magic Day

20 Thurs

Coral's Birthday

21 Friday
22 Sat 23 Sun

Skating Festival

24 Mon 25 Tues

Silent Night Festival

26 Wednes

Gift Festival

27 Thurs 28 Fri

Winter Harvest Festival

29 Sat 30 Sun 31

New Years Eve

List of Winter Events:

  • Snow Day: The first day of Winter is the Snow Day where businesses are closed and the villagers go outside to enjoy the snow. The Mayor will commemorate this event with a Snowball Fight which is held at 3 pm. The player can enter into the snowball fight where they are split into two teams. Pressing B scoops the snow into a ball and then A throws the ball. Once a player is hit, that is a point for the team and the one who was hit is out. Getting hit results in the player being out though he or she can still get the Snowball Trophy by finishing first if his or her team manages to defeat the other team.
  • Valentines Day: The male player can receive chocolate from the bachelorettes while the female players can give chocolate to bachelors. The bachlorette/bachelors with high heart rating will give/receive chocolates as well as the female/male twin. Experiencing your first Valentine&s Day rewards the player with the Valentine Trophy.
  • Turkey Festival: Players can enter their turkeys to participate in the Turkey Festival. The turkeys condition and affection levels helps with the judging section. Getting first place rewards with a Turkey Trophy and 6,000 G while second place rewards with 4,000 G and the third place awards players with 3,000 G.
  • Sheep Festival: Players can enter their turkeys to participate in the Sheep Festival. The sheep's condition and affection levels helps with the judging section. Getting first place rewards with a Sheep Trophy and 8,000 G while second place rewards with 6,000 G and the third place awards players with 5,000 G.
  • Cooking Festival: The player can choose to cook a dish and enter it into the contest. Other village members will also enter in cooked dishes. Things such as milk or mayonnaise are not permitted though dishes. Winning first place rewards the player with the Cooking Trophy and 5,000 G. Second place rewards with 3,000 G and third place rewards with 2,000 G
  • Magic Festival: The player can be blessed by magic from Sabrina that ranges and is given a small amount of Mana which allows them to perform three spells for each Magic discipline. Each magic carries it's own appeal which helps when being judged. The following categories that are judged are: cool, beautiful, smart, and strong.
    • Fire Magic: Control the flames and cast them to create beautiful fireballs.
      • Fireball: Casts a Fireball into the sky which then explodes. Cool and beautiful.
      • Fire Pillar: Summon a Fire Pillar which surrounds the player shoots upward into the sky. Cool and strong.
      • Flame Shield: Summons a shield of fire which revolves around the player. Beautiful and smart.
    • Ice Magic: Wield that power of ice and freeze the air instantly.
      • Icicle: Summons an icicle that flies forward and then bursts with ice. Cool and smart.
      • Frozen Flash: Causes ice to flash in the air and then snaps; sending ice dust everywhere. Beautiful and smart.
      • Frost Wave: Sends forth a wave that freezes anything in front of it. Beautiful and strong.
    • Water Magic: Summon the waves of the world and drown the air in rain.
      • Water Ball: Summons a ball of water which rotates and then explodes in a wave. Strong and smart.
      • Tsunami: Summons a large wave which crashes forward. Strong and beautiful.
      • Bubble Shield: Envelopes the player in a bubble. Cool and smart.
    • Lightning Magic: Call forth the power of the heavens and zap the sky with lightning.
      • Tempest: Causes lightning to crash down and strike the ground. Cool and strong.
      • Chain Lightning: Causes lightning to streak from the players fingers and jumps about the ground. Cool and beautiful.
      • Storm Power: Harnesses the power of the storm and electrifies the player. Beautiful and strong.
    • Earth Magic: Bring forth of the power of Gaia and use it to shake the ground.
      • Rock Spire: Brings forth a spire of rock and juts up and pierces the sky. Cool and smart.
      • Earthen Defense: Raises walls of stone on either side. Smart and strong.
      • Earthquake: Shakes the ground violently. Strong and cool.
    • Light Magic: Pray to the light and allow it to brighten even the darkest sky.
      • Holy Arrow: Fires an arrow of light into the sky. Beautiful and cool.
      • Angelic Wings: Sprouts light wings and flies about the air. Beautiful and smart.
      • Judgment: Causes light to open the heavens and casts it down to the ground. Cool and strong.

The player can enter into the contest as well as bachelors and bachelorettes. Up to 8 contestants can enter including the player. Not entering allows the player to vote for their favorite bachelor and bachelorette. The Mage Outfit is unlocked if the player gains first place and a bachelor or bachlorette gains 2nd and 3rd place. The player is unable to use magic outside of the festival but the bachelor/bachelorette is able to once a season. Gaining first place rewards the player with the Mage Trophy and 8,000 G, 2nd place is 6,000 G and 3rd place is 5,000 G.

  • Skating Festival: The player can join the festivities at 5 pm at the Maplewood Lake where they can go skating. Players can invite a potential romantic interest to join them in skating together. This will increase the affections of the bachelor/bachelorette. Experiencing your first Skating Festival rewards the player with the Skating Trophy.
  • Silent Night Festival: Join the villagers at the Town Square as they come together to welcome Gift Day. Players will give each other seasons greetings and sing a song while sitting around the bonfire.
  • Gift Day: Players can give and receive gifts on this day. They can either give them personally or send them through the post. The player can also receive gifts personally or by mail. The closest friends will give gifts personally and doing so with the player will raise the affection level of the villager.
  • Winter Harvest Festival: The Winter Harvest Festival is held at Cirrus Pastures where the player can submit a Winter crop they have grown on the farm. The Mayor and Darly will judge the level of the crop and reward the winners. Winning first place rewards the player with the Winter Harvest Trophy and 8,000 G. Second place is rewarded 6,000 G and third place gets 4,000 G. Festivities start at 12 pm.
  • New Years Eve: St the night of New Years Eve, the player can either choose to spend it in one of 4 areas: Goysenberry Cafe, Town Hall Event Room, Town Square, or Sunview Beach. Certain characters will appear at one of the locations and each location has it's own atmosphere. Each one starts at 5 pm but ends at different times.
    • Goysenberry Cafe: Slightly small but has a happy and youthful festive atmosphere. Ends late.
    • Town Hall Event Room: More official with more older adults. Festive and cheerful. Ends early.
    • Town Square: A mix of both older and younger villagers. Festive and happy. It ends later than than the Town Hall Event Room.
    • Sunview Beach: Youthful and rather loud. Attendees light off fireworks as well. It ends the latest.

Marriage

Marriage has always been an important feature within the Harvest Moon franchise and it continues in with Harvest Moon: Blossom of Youth. The marriage feature in this game is unique as both the player and the twin character will marry one of the bachelors or bachelorettes within the village. Much like in previous installments, there are certain steps that are taken when possible courting a marriage candidate. There are a total of 9 available bachelors and bachelorettes with the two of them arriving in Year 3.

How to get Married

Starting in Year 2, the player will be able to propose to a bachelor or bachelorette. While you can propose to someone who is a red heart or below; it may hurt your affection points before the red heart mark. A red heart is always a 100% guarantee. When you get to a Magenta Heart on bachelor or bachelorette, Mayor Dewberg will visit your house and hand over the Blue Feather; telling the player to present it to the person they adore the most.

The player can they propose to the person and this initiates the wedding preparations.

How to Prepare

Both the player and the bachelor/bachlorette will prepare for the wedding though all decisions are made by the player in regards to the wedding. Your dear on may call you to ask questions regarding the wedding to which you can decide on. Here is a list of things that can be decided upon:

  • Date of the Wedding: Players can decide on which day to be married on with each date save for festivals and the couples birthdays.
  • Colors: Players can pick three colors that will represent the wedding.
  • Location: Players can choose from six locations though they won't affect the content of the wedding. Save for the Chapel, all After Parties are held tat where the ceremony is. If the Chapel was chosen, the After Party is held at the Boysenberry Cafe. Here is the list of locations:
    • Chapel/Boysenberry Cafe
    • Town Hall Event Room
    • Town Center
    • Grand Old Lodge
    • Your Farm
    • Deity Shrine (if the Year 4 Main Quest is finished)
  • Best Man/Maid of Honor: Players can choose one of the villagers to fill in as the best man or maid of honor. However, the boy character can only pick the Best Man and the girl character can only pick the Maid of Honor. The bachelor/bachelorette will either pick a brother/sister or the male/female twin character.
  • Type of Cake: The cake will be ordered from Boysenberry Cafe. The styles are:
    • Traditional
    • Cute
    • Flowery
    • Regal
    • Cool
  • Ceremony Music: The style of music open entering and leaving the ceremony can also be chosen:
    • Entering Music
      • Traditional
      • Poppy
      • Romantic
      • Classical
    • Leaving Music
      • Happy
      • Rock
      • Classical
      • Poppy
      • Romantic
  • Party Music: The style of music at the wedding after party:
    • Poppy
    • Jazzy
    • Romantic
    • Relaxing
    • Techno
    • Classical
  • Wedding Dress/Suit: The male and female character can choose between a number of suits/dresses to wear at the wedding:
    • Male
      • White Suit
      • Red Suit
      • Black Suit
    • Female
      • Long Dress
      • Short Dress
      • Trailing Dress

The Wedding Day

On your wedding day, Mayor Dewberg will greet you at the door and ask if the player is ready. If the player says "Yes", the Mayor will then escort the groom to the wedding place. If the player says "No", the Mayor will then wait at the house while they player finishes up any duties such as feeding animals and watering crops. The player as until 12:00 pm to finish these before automatically being transported to the house where the mayor will escort the player to the wedding place.

For the Male Character

The player and the best man will be standing in the front area of the church. Sitting in the pews will be your parents and the brides family members. In addition, the villagers you have high friendship rating will also be in attendance. On cue, the Maid of Honor will enter and stand opposite of the player. Music will begin to play and the bride is then led in with either the father, older brother, grandfather, or the Mayor leading them. Father Caleb will then give a brief history of the players achievements leading up to the wedding day and then ask the villagers to bless this union. He will then ask the two to kiss and will proclaim them husband and wife. The couple will then leave followed by the best man and maid of honor with the villager sin attendance clapping.

For the Female Character

The groom and the best man will be standing in the front area of the church. Sitting in the pews will be your parents and the grooms family members. In addition, the villagers you have high friendship rating will also be in attendance. On cue, your Maid of Honor will enter and stand opposite of the groom. Music will begin to play and you are then led in by your father to the front area. Father Caleb will then give a brief history of the players achievements leading up to the wedding day and then ask the villagers to bless this union. He will then ask the two to kiss and will proclaim them husband and wife. The couple will then leave followed by the best man and maid of honor with the villager sin attendance clapping.

Receiving Line

The next portion is the couple along with the Best Man and Maid of Honor thanking people for coming to the wedding. Several of the villagers will stop by the player and express their feelings on the wedding which is largely affected by friendship levels and the current situation of the island. After five or six villagers have passed by, the wedding then transitions to the after party portion.

After Party

The couple and the best man/maid of honor sit in the front while the family members and villager in attendance sit at tables they have food on them. The Mayor gives a toast to the players and blesses the couple. The scene then transitions to a mingling period where the player leads the bride/groom around the room and can talk and chat to those in attendance. They will at times give the couple a present that can be either jewelry, house decorations, food, flowers, or something along those lines. The present are put into your storage shed immediately. After 5 minutes, the dance period begins.

The Mayor asks the couple of the evening to share a dance together which triggers a cinematic of a traditional Sunglass Island dance. Once they complete, the villagers clap and it begins again with the villagers also participating. The scene then will shift to the Mayor thanking people for attending and a parting word from the player. Once this finishes, the player and the bride/groom arrive at the home and will enter into the house together.

The Next Morning

In the morning, the players husband/wife will awaken the player with a smile. She/he asks them what the player would like to be called with a list of available names. The husband/wife will give the player a breakfast and says "May our life together be blessed."

Pairings

Pairings are bachelor/bachelorettes are characters that may marry another bachelor/bachelorette and can be a challenge for the player in the game of love. This replaces the term "rival" within the game. Since some of the bachelors and bachelorettes may end up moving after a year or two, the player can help bring the two together if he or she so desires. This can be done by dropping hints and giving advice when talking to the rival character when the dialog prompt comes up.

Here is a list of rival pairings:

  • Samantha and Leo
  • Summer and Avery
  • Victoria and Reginald
  • Isabelle and Augustine
  • Tina and Ronald
  • Coral and Matthew
  • Penny and Rustold
  • Momo and Shiloh
  • Chloe and Hayashi
  • Skylar and James

Within time, the pairing will begin to date and eventually become married. If the player is close to the pair, they will be invited to the wedding. Within time, the pairing can also have up to 2 children who can befriend your own children.

Children

After marriage, the player/wife can become pregnant with a child. This typically lasts about 3 seasons after the wedding so a Spring wedding will see the player/wife being pregnant in winter. The pregnant period lasts for 3 seasons so the baby will be born in Fall of the next year. The gender of the baby is randomized which can lead the player to having:

  • Boy, boy, girl
  • Girl, girl, boy
  • Boy, girl boy
  • Girl, boy, girl
  • Boy, girl, girl
  • Girl, boy, boy
  • Girl, girl, girl
  • Boy, boy, boy

Players can have up to 3 kids during a play through and they have 6 stages of development. The player will always have at least one child but the second and third child is dependent on whether the players responds yes to having another baby when asked by their spouse. The first child can go up to stage 5 while the second child can go up to stage 3 and the final child stays at stage 2. They will not continue through the final stages.

Children Development

There are five stages of children development. Once they reach the 5th stage, they cease in development.

  • Infant: This stage is the first stage where the baby is mostly confined to the crib. Once born, the crib will be placed within the kids room. It doesn't need to be purchased in order to have a child. The player can pick up the baby and either talk to him/her. This raises affection with the infant. Players can also give milk as a way to raise affection levels. This stage lasts a full season.
  • Toddler: This stage sees the players child being able to walk around and form simple phrases though the toddler is unable to go by him/herself outside without the mother or father present. They can be given presents, talked to, held, or played with by the player to raised affection. This stage lasts 2 seasons.
  • Adolescent: This stage sees the player's child walking around outside, giving/receiving presents, helping out with some farm work, and being played with. The player can raise the affection level by giving gifts, talking the child, playing with them, and other activities. This stage lasts 3 seasons with the second and third season resulting in the child attending the school. The players skill areas comes into affect on which area the child will lean to with his/her studies
  • Pre-Teenager: This stage sees the player's child finishing up his/her schooling as well as making friends within the town. The player can ask the child to help with farm work or asking them to accompany the player to areas within the town. The actions and decisions as well as skill areas of the player heavily affects the child direction. For example, showing interest in Art, joining the Art Guild, and building the art room will heavily lean the child in being interested in art. Your spouse will also have a profound impact on the child such as Penny's child showing an interest in nature and animals. This stage lasts for four seasons with the first season having the child finishing up his schooling.
  • Teenager: This stage sees the player's child traveling to the mainland to attend high school. They will be gone everyday but will return on the weekend to visit. They can help out with farm work and can be found at the farmhouse or walking around town. They will also come back during holidays; even if its on a weekend. They will sometimes bring gifts from the mainland to the player. This stage lasts a full year; 4 seasons.
  • Adulthood: This stage is the final stage which the player's child ceases development. They will permanently depart for the mainland but will visit during holidays as well as randomly for a week which they will tell the player before hand. They will write letters and sends gifts as well.

Player's Children

The looks, personality, and behavior of the child is dependent on the player character as well as the character they married. Altered appearances such as hair dye does not come into play with the child's appearance. The first child will look like either the player character or the spouse. If the first child looks like the spouse, the second child will look like the player character. Finally, the third child will have a mixture of the facial features such the players hair style and the spouses hair color.

Personalities

  • Shy: Prefers to be by him/herself. Enjoys reading, writing, fishing, and walking alone. Will help with taking care of animals, watering plants, and harvesting.
  • Athletic: Prefers being active and meeting new people. Enjoys exercising, swimming, running, and exploring. Will help with feeding, harvesting, clearing fields, and mining.
  • Scholarly: Prefers to be inside studying quietly. Enjoys learning, reading. studying, and researching. Will help with harvesting, watering, feeding, and brushing.
  • Romantic: Prefers to around people and often stays up late at night. Enjoys culture, food, socializing, and exploring. Will help with livestock, weeding, foraging, and harvesting.
  • Critical: Prefers to by him/herself and isn't often in a good mood. Enjoys napping, exploring, day-dreaming, and fishing. Will help with clearing fields, brushing, and watering.
  • Passionate; Prefers to be working hard and talking to people. Enjoys working hard, mining, farming, and socializing. Will help with clearing fields, livestock, harvesting, mining, and watering.
  • Social: Prefers to be around friends rather by him/herself. Enjoys events, talking to people, parties, and fun. Will help with watering, harvesting, and brushing.
  • Creative: Prefers to study the world around them and create things. Enjoys painting, music, farming, and nature. Will help with livestock, foraging, harvesting, and weeding.

There are 8 personalities that determine the course a child will take in life. It also affects their daily activities and the skills they wish to enter into:

Name Shy Ath Sch Rom Cri Pass Soc Cre
Samantha No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes
Summer Yes No Yes No No Yes Yes No
Victoria Yes No No Yes Yes No No Yes
Isabelle No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes No
Tina Yes No Yes No No Yes No Yes
Coral Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes Yes
Penny No Yes Yes No No Yes Yes No
Momo Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No No
Chloe Yes No Yes No Yes Yes No No
Skylar No Yes No Yes Yes No Yes No
Leo No Yes No Yes Yes No Yes No
Rustold Yes Yes No No No Yes No Yes
Augustine No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes
Matthew No Yes No No No Yes Yes No
Reginald Yes No No Yes No Yes No No
Hayashi Yes Yes No Yes Yes No No No
James No No No Yes Yes No Yes No
Shiloh Yes Yes Yes No No Yes No No
Avery Yes No Yes No Yes No No Yes
Ronald Yes No Yes Yes No Yes No No

Skills

Every child shows proficiency in skills which are determined by the players action as well as the spouses previous history. There are ways to influence your child to enter into a certain skill set:

  • The skills you are high in
  • Your spouses previous job/interest
  • Adding rooms/furniture in a particular skill set
  • Giving gifts within a particular skill set
  • Taking your child with you to certain areas that affects a skill interest
  • Befriending villagers who may teach that skill set to your child.

The following skills are:

  • Farming: The child has an interest in running a farm and will go to school to study agriculture in order to take over the farm. Focusing on managing the farm and giving gifts of crops and produce encourages this field as well as having the child accompany you to working on the farm,
  • Fishing: The child has an interesting in fishing and will go to school to study fishing in order to work become a world class fisher. Giving gifts of fish and bounties from the sea as well as having the child accompany you on fishing trips will encourage entering this field.
  • Insects: The child has an interest in insects and will go to school to study insects in order to become a researcher. Giving gifts of insect products or take them to catch insects encourage entering into this field.
  • Mining: The child has an interest in mining and will go to school to study Geology in order to become a geologist. Giving gifts of ore and gems as well as taking the child mining will encourage entering into this field.
  • Foraging: The child has an interest in foraging and will go to school to study natural sciences in order to become a park ranger. Giving gifts found in the forest as well as taking the child with you into the forest encourages entering into the field.
  • Trading: This child has interest in trading and shipping and will go to school to study business to become a businessman. Giving gifts received in trading and taking them to the administrative island encourages entering into this field.
  • Diving: This child has an interest in diving and will go to school in order to study Marine biology to become a Marine biologist. Giving gifts of sea bounties and taking them diving encourages entering into this field.
  • Tourism: This child has an interest in tourism and will go to school to study tourism to become a Travel Agent. Giving gifts found from the tourism islands and taking the child will you encourages entering into this field.
  • Academia: This child has an interest in academics and will go to school to study philosophy in order to become a professor. Giving gifts such as books and letters and building the Study will encourage entering into this field.
  • Athleticism: This child has an interest in athleticism and will go to school in order to become a world class athlete. Giving gifts such as energy drinks and herbs as well as building the Training Room will encourage entering into this field.
  • Music: This child has an interest in music and will go to school in order to become a world class musician. Giving gifts such as music albums and building the music room encourages entering into this field.
  • Art: This child has an interest in art and will go to school to study Art in order to become a world class artist. Giving gifts such as artwork and building the Art Room encourages entering into this field.
  • Culinary: This child has an interest in culinary arts and will go to school to become a Chef. Giving gifts of recipes and food will encourage entering into the field.
  • Administration: This child has an interest in administration and will go to school to study to become a politician. Giving gifts of jewelry and expensive items encourages entering into this field.
  • Medicine: This child has an interest in medicine and will go to school to study to become a doctor. Giving gifts of medicine and herbs encourages entering into this field.
  • Animals: This child has an interest in animals and will go to school to become a veterinary. Giving the child gifts that animals gives th player encourages entering into this field.
  • Martial Artist: This child has an interest in martial arts and will go to school to become a master in it. Giving gifts such as baked fish and scrolls encourages entering into this field.

Children's Skills

Samantha: Culinary, Academia, Art

Summer: Farming, Fishing, Animals

Victoria: Administration, Art, Music

Isabelle: Tourism, Foraging, Athleticism

Tina: Medicine, Academia, Foraging

Coral: Diving, Fishing, Trading

Penny: Foraging, Insects, Animals

Momo: Martial Arts, Foraging, Athleticism

Chloe: Farming, Foraging, Trading

Skylar: Tourism, Foraging, Music

Leo: Culinary, Foraging, Tourism

Rustold: Art, Athleticism, Music

Matthew: Diving, Fishing, Athleticism

Reginald: Administration, Music, Medicine

Augustine: Art, Academia, Music

Hayashi: Fishing, Foraging, Farming

James: Athleticism, Insects, Martial Arts

Shiloh: Mining, Athleticism, Trading

Avery: Farming, Insects, Trading

Ronald: Academia, Tourism, Administration

Your second and third child do not necessary choose the same path as their older brother and sister and can be influenced by increasing other skills within the player character, befriending people who might teach that skill, and giving gifts within that skill level.

The Pairing Children

Pairing Children are offspring of the other bachelor and bachelorette pairings and can be up to two children though this is not only the case. Each pairing will have at least one child together. The pairing children can become friends with your own children and have development stages of their own.

  • Samantha and Leo: Len and Sarah
  • Summer and Avery: Spring and Aaron
  • Victoria and Reginald: Vanessa and Ryan
  • Isabelle and Augustine: Archibold and Jasmine
  • Tina and Ronald: Reggie and Tanya
  • Coral and Matthew: May and Calm
  • Penny and Rustold: Peter and Ruby
  • Momo and Shiloh: Saki and Milo
  • Chloe and Hayashi: Cici and Hashi
  • Skylar and James: Sandy and Jimmy


Friendship Levels

Friendship levels applies both to bachelors and bachelorettes as well as the villagers though only up to Close Friends;

  • Black Heart: Implies they first met and are acquaintances.
  • Blue Heart: Implies they are more than acquaintances but not exactly friends,
  • Purple Heart: Implies they are friends.
  • Green Heart: Implies they are good friends.
  • Cyan Heart: Implies they are close friends.
  • Orange Heart: Implies they are best friends.
  • Yellow Heart: Implies there are potential romantic feelings.
  • Pink Heart: Implies they are interested in you.
  • Magenta Heart: Implies they are in love with you.
  • Red Heart: They are truly in love with you. This is perfect time to propose.
  • White Heart: They are your soul mate.

Socializing

Besides giving gifts, socializing by talking to villagers is an important aspect of increasing friendship. When talking to a villager, they will give a greeting appropriate to the time of day. Followed by that, the player is given a number of dialog options. They include:

  • "How Are you?": Responds correlates to the condition of the town in relation to that villager.
  • "Any news?": Responds relates to any upcoming events or changes to the island.
  • "What are you doing today?": Responses relates to his or her schedule and what they will be doing.where they will be going.
  • "Let's chat": The villager will give a general discussion either about weather, the season, your farm, or anything else considered general discussion,
  • "Let's talk about something interest." (This opens up new dialog boxes that are more focused.)
    • "What food do you like?" (responses indicates which food they like)
    • "What animals do you like?" (responses indicates which animal they like)
    • "What flower do you like?" (responses indicates which flower they like)
    • "What color do you like?" (responses indicates which color they like)
    • "When is your birthday?" (responses indicate their birth date)
    • "What do you do?" (responses indicates their job or position)
    • "What don't you like?" (responses relate to what they do not like)

Lifetime Wishes

A Lifetime Wish is a quest given by a single villager character that can be completed by the player. They are often achieved after reaching a Good Friend rating and talking to that villager when prompted by a dialog question. Each villager has an unique Lifetime Wish. Completing it not only aids in the main story quest but also advances them to a Close Friend rating.

Tender Moment

A Tender Moment is a cinematic that is achieved after completing the highest Cyan Heart rating. This cinematic consists of a cinematic between the player and that villagers and usually centers on an event or an activity. Once the Tender Moment finishes, the Best Friend rating is obtained.

Romantic Moment

A Romantic Moment is between the player and the bachelor/bachlorette after the yellow heart reaches it's highest. Once it is complete, it becomes a Pink Heart. A Romantic Moment is a cinematic between the player and the bachelor/bachelorette which involves a romantic situation.

Loving Moment=

A Loving Moment is between the player and the bachelor/bachlorette after the magenta heart is achieved. It will happen once the highest rating is achieved for the magenta heart and will usually detail a romantic scene involving the bachelorette.

Pure Moment

This is achieved once the player gets to the highest form of the White Heart. It predates the pregnancy and consists of the spouse suggesting creating a child and expanding the family.

Bachelorettes

Bachelorettes are the marriageable females within Sunglass Island. They all have their own birthdays, likes and dislikes, and other things they enjoy. The player must recognize what she likes and focus on that in order to drive up the heart meter. Skylar is locked until year 3 when the Airfield opens up. Each bachlorette has several costumes for various situations. In addition, each bachelorette has something called a "Heart Magic". Heart Magic is a costume that can be unlocked by completing a requirement. Besides being a costume, it can also aid the bachelorette in certain events and situations such as the Warrior Festival, the Fashion Show, and into married life.

Samantha

Samantha is the protege to the famous chef, Curtis at Boysenberry Cafe. While she enjoys cooking, she dislikes eating her food as she feels she can improve. She holds Curtis with high esteem and wishes to be like him. She feels confined on the island and wishes to branch out and find the perfect ingredient to her food.

  • Title: "The Perfectionist Chef"
  • Birthdate: Fall 3
  • Personality: She has a cheerful demeanor but is prone to bouts of overworrying and unsure of her path in life. She enjoys social events and pleasing people by her dishes.
  • Residence: Goysenberry Cafe
  • Likes: Perfect Dishes, Butter, Honey, Herbs, Eggs, Milk, Oil, Fruits
  • Dislikes: Flowers, Ores, Gems, Jewels, Ingots, Roots, Insects, Failed dishes, Poor Crops, Poor Produce, Seashells
  • Can be found at: Goysenberry Cafe, Stratus Pastures, The Bakery.
  • Favorite Music: Cafe Music
  • Favorite Color: Orange

+Favorite Animal: Deer

  • Favorite Magic: Food Magic
  • Rival; Leo

Costumes

    • Warm Clothes (Worn in Spring and Summer)
    • Cold Clothes (Worn in Fall and Winter)
    • Rainjacket (Worn in rainy weather)
    • Swimsuit (Worn when at the beach)
    • Funeral (Worn during a funeral)
    • Wedding Dress (Worn during her wedding)
    • Formal Wear (Worn at weddings/ceremonies)
    • Pajamas (Worn at home during the night)
    • Kimono (Worn during certain festivals or events)
    • Zombie Costume (Worn during the Halloween Festival)
    • Season Costumes (Santa outfit worn during the Gifting Festival)

Heart Magic

  • Animal Heart: The Deertalker: She wears a costume inspired by her favorite animal, the Deer. Having her has a wife while wearing this costume, makes the Deer happier and more prone to being affectionate. If the Deer is staying at the farm, Samantha will often be around the deer. This is unlocked once finding out her favorite animal by a special dialog box during the Animal Festival.
  • Warrior Heart: The Battle Chef: Used in the Warrior Festival where she can either join the players team or be against it. She dons on a chef warrior outfit and wields a giant metal spatula and a frying pan for a shield. This outfit is unlocked after winning the festival with her on your team. Having her wear this outfit at home causes her to produce Shining Lunch Boxes.
  • Mage Heart: The Lunchomancer: Used in the Magic Festival, she is given magic on that day to transform anything into an item of food. She dons of a costume typically of a mage but with a food theme. It is unlocked if she participates in the festival along with the player. When worn at home, she can transform the item the player is holding into a food item on day of the Magic Festival.
  • Fashion Heart: Stylish Cook: Used in the Fashion Show, this outfit is only unlocked if they player had gotten her favorite color is a special dialog prompt previously and she places in the top 5 in the Fashion Show. When worn at home, it increases the rating of crops that she is nearby.
  • Adventurer Heart: Lunch on the Go: This outfit is worn is she accompanies the player to one of the islands or caverns. Her special ability is she carries high level food that greatly recovers stamina. She is unable to wear this at home. It is unlocked the first time the player asks her to join him in going on an adventure.
  • Idol Heart*: Cafe de la Idol: This outfit is worn during the Music Festival which reflects her love of Cafe Music. It is a french waitress outfit. She performs within this outfit and, if she scores about a 80% (which can be affected by the player by getting others o cheer for her), the heart is unlocked. At home, wearing this outfit and allowing her to sing restores a bit of stamina.
  • Amiibo Heart*Princess Daisy: This outfit is based off that of Princess Daisy from the Super Mario Bros. franchise when the player uses the Princess Daisy amiibo. It doesn't have any gameplay effect.

Lifetime Wish

Upon getting to the point of unlocking the Lifetime Wish, Samantha will ask the player to donate a Shining Cow Milk, a Shining Chicken Egg, a five-star Rare Fish, a Sea Urchin, and Shining Coconut Oil so she can make a dish that she envisioned. Once you provide the ingredients, she will make the dish and, upon creating it, is delighted. This prevents Samantha from leaving the island; granted her hearts do not go down to the bottom.

Tender Moment

Upon achieving the Cyan Heart, Samantha will visit the player and bring Shining Spaghetti that she baked and wants the player to ear. Upon eating, it responding by saying "It was delicious" will raise the affection while saying "It was horrible" lowers it significantly.

Romantic Moment

Upon achieving the highest ranking of the Yellow Heart, Samantha will contact will player through the phone and ask the player to meet her at the Town Square at 7 pm. She will invite the player to escort her around the town to talk and walk. She asks questions about the player and his thoughts on relationships. The scene will end with the couple sitting on the bench and Samantha telling the player she enjoys his company and hopes to once day create something delicious for him to eat.

Loving Moment

A Tender Moment is achieved after getting the highest form of the Magenta Heart. Samantha will call the player and invite him to the cafe at 3 pm. Upon arriving, she suggests that they cook a dinner together. A cut-scene follows with the player and Samantha cooking dinner happily as well as throwing flour at each other. The scene ends with the two eating dinner together and commenting how delicious it is since they made it together. As typical of a Loving Moment, they scene transitions out with a heart between the two.

Pure Moment

Two seasons after being married, the player will enter the house in the evening which triggers a cut-scene where Samantha will mention that she looks forward to cooking for more mouths. Surprised, she announces to the player that she is pregnant and the child is on it's way.

Summer

Summer runs the Celadon Pet Shop and loves animals. However, the house she rents doesn't allow pets and she sometimes has allergies to them thus taking medicine from the hospital. Despite these set backs, she wishes to be a world famous pet shop owner. She feels that if she leaves the island, she can learn more about pets from around the world.

  • Title: "The Animal Lover"
  • Birthdate: Summer 13
  • Personality: She doesn't get excited too much but will talk for hours about animals. She has a calm personality and has a level head.
  • Residence: Celadon Pet Shop
  • Likes: Butter, Honey, Cheese, Milk, Mayonnaise, Eggs, Pet Food, Animals, Flowers, Fruits
  • Dislikes: Ores, Fish, Herbs, Alcohol, Mushrooms, Berries, Roots, meat dishes
  • Can be found at: Celadon Pet Shop, Grand Old Lodge, Stratus Pastures, Cirrus Ranch
  • Favorite Music: Poppy Music
  • Favorite Color: Light Blue

+Favorite Animal: Rabbit

  • Favorite Magic: Animal Magic
  • Rival: Avery

Costumes

    • Warm Clothes (Worn in Spring and Summer)
    • Cold Clothes (Worn in Fall and Winter)
    • Rainjacket (Worn in rainy weather)
    • Swimsuit (Worn when at the beach)
    • Funeral (Worn during a funeral)
    • Wedding Dress (Worn during her wedding)
    • Formal Wear (Worn at weddings/ceremonies)
    • Pajamas (Worn at home during the night)
    • Kimono (Worn during certain festivals or events)
    • Giant Lizard Costume (Worn during the Halloween Festival)
    • Season Costumes (Santa outfit worn during the Gifting Festival)


Heart Magic

  • Animal Heart: The Bunnygirl: She wears a costume inspired by her favorite animal, the Rabbit. Having her has a wife while wearing this costume, makes the Rabbits happier and more prone to being affectionate. Summer will be around the Rabbits more if she wears this outfit. This is unlocked once finding out her favorite animal by a special dialog box during the Animal Festival.
  • Warrior Heart: The Beastmaster: Used in the Warrior Festival where she can either join the players team or be against it. She dons on an outfit lined with animal fur and a whip. This outfit is unlocked after winning the festival with her on your team. Having her wear this outfit at home causes her to increase the affection of any animal she is nearby.
  • Mage Heart: The Animallusinist: Used in the Magic Festival, she is given magic on that day to create illusions of animals. She dons of a costume typically of a mage but with paw print design. It is unlocked if she participates in the festival along with the player. When worn at home, she can create an illusion of an animal which can make other animals happier on the Magic Festival day.
  • Adventurer Heart: The Animalist: This outfit is worn is she accompanies the player to one of the islands or caverns. Her special ability is she increases the affection of animals around her. She is unable to wear this at home. It is unlocked the first time the player asks her to join him in going on an adventure.
  • Fashion Heart: Stylish Vet: Used in the Fashion Show, this outfit is only unlocked if they player had gotten her favorite color is a special dialog prompt previously and she places in the top 5 in the Fashion Show. When worn at home, it increases the rating of crops that she is nearby.
  • Idol Heart: The Pop Puppy: This outfit is worn during the Music Festival which reflects her love of Pop Music. It is a idol dress that has a colorful theme. She performs within this outfit and, if she scores about a 80% (which can be affected by the player by getting others o cheer for her), the heart is unlocked. At home, wearing this outfit and allowing her to sing restores a bit of stamina.
  • Amiibo Heart: Isabelle: This outfit is based off that of Isabelle from the Animal Crossing franchise when the player uses the Isabelle amiibo. It doesn't have any gameplay effect.

Lifetime Wish

Upon getting to the point of unlocking the Lifetime Wish, Summer will ask if he knows about the wild animals on the island. Getting one to come to his farm and introducing one to her will unlock a Lifetime Wish.

Tender Moment

Upon achieving the Cyan Heart, Summer will arrive at the players house and deliver a Pet Toy to the player; stating it is free and to use it to make the bonds stronger between the player and his/her pet.

Romantic Moment

Upon achieving the highest ranking of the Yellow Heart, Summer will invite the player to the Town Square at 7 pm where they will walk around Maplewood Forest. Summer talks about all the great animals that call the forest home and hopes to befriend all of them. They finish by sitting on the bench facing the river and says she wants to know more about the animals but can't seem to reach them. She tells the player that maybe they can befriend animals together.

Loving Moment

A Tender Moment is achieved after getting the highest form of the Magenta Heart. Summer will call the player and ask them to come to the pet shop at 3 pm. Upon arriving, Summer tells the player her dogs has had five puppies and wishes to celebrate with him. She asks the player to name two of them and, after wards, plays together with the puppies. She says that building bonds with animals is just as important as with humans and feels the bond between her and the player has also become strong.

Pure Moment

Two seasons after being married, the player will enter the house in the evening which triggers a cut-scene where Summer will mention that she looks forward to her bonds with her family growing more. Surprised, she announces to the player that she is pregnant and the child is on it's way.


Victoria

Victoria is the daughter of Mayor Dewberg and was taught from birth how to be a proper lady. Despite her very comfortable and rich life style, she dislikes the regalia of her life and wishes to live as a townsfolk. She often sneaks out at night dressed as a common girl but is often caught. She wishes to leave the island and live life as a regular person in the big city.

  • Title: "The Royal Lady"
  • Birthdate: Winter 4
  • Personality: She is fairly haughty and protected but secretly unwind and enjoy life. Fairly critical to those she sees as being poorly mannered. She has expensive tastes.
  • Residence: Mayor's Manor
  • Likes: Jewelry, Gems, Flowers, Herbs, Fish dishes, eggs, shining crops and fruits, eggs, wool, silver & gold ingots, wine
  • Dislikes: Butter, ore, other alcoholic drinks, juice, seashells, insects, mushrooms
  • Can be found at: Mayor's Manor, Town Hall, Town Square, Sunview Beach, Library
  • Favorite Music: Classical Music
  • Favorite Color: Light Purple

+Favorite Animal: Squirrel

  • Favorite Magic: Music Magic
  • Rival: Reginald

Costumes

    • Warm Clothes (Worn in Spring and Summer)
    • Cold Clothes (Worn in Fall and Winter)
    • Rainjacket (Worn in rainy weather)
    • Swimsuit (Worn when at the beach)
    • Funeral (Worn during a funeral)
    • Wedding Dress (Worn during her wedding)
    • Formal Wear (Worn at weddings/ceremonies)
    • Pajamas (Worn at home during the night)
    • Kimono (Worn during certain festivals or events)
    • Fairy Costume (Worn during the Halloween Festival)
    • Season Costumes (Santa outfit worn during the Gifting Festival)


Heart Magic

  • Animal Heart: The Nutty Squirrel: She wears a costume inspired by her favorite animal, the Squirrel. Having her has a wife while wearing this costume, makes the Squirrel happier and more prone to being affectionate. Summer will be around the Squirrel more if she wears this outfit if the Squirrel is brought home. This is unlocked once finding out her favorite animal by a special dialog box during the Animal Festival.
  • Warrior Heart: The Violin Master: Used in the Warrior Festival where she can either join the players team or be against it. She dons on an outfit resembles an elegant musician clad in armor while wielding a large violin in battle. This outfit is unlocked after winning the festival with her on your team. Having her wear this outfit at home causes her double the amount received by shipped goods while in her presence.
  • Mage Heart: The Musical Mage: Used in the Magic Festival, she is given magic on that day to create music which portrays images. She dons of a costume typically of a mage but with music note print design. It is unlocked if she participates in the festival along with the player. When worn at home, she can create music where ever she goes; using the various songs in the game.
  • Adventurer Heart: The Escaped Noble: This outfit is worn if she accompanies the player to one of the islands or caverns. Her special ability is she buffs the rating of an item she is nearby by 1. She is unable to wear this at home. It is unlocked the first time the player asks her to join him in going on an adventure.
  • Fashion Heart: Heart of a Princess: Used in the Fashion Show, this outfit is only unlocked if they player had gotten her favorite color is a special dialog prompt previously and she places in the top 5 in the Fashion Show. When worn at home, it increases the rating of crops that she is nearby.
  • Idol Heart: The Classical Madame: This outfit is worn during the Music Festival which reflects her love of Classical Music. It is a idol dress that has a very elegant theme to it. She performs within this outfit and, if she scores about a 80% (which can be affected by the player by getting others o cheer for her), the heart is unlocked. At home, wearing this outfit and allowing her to sing restores a bit of stamina.
  • Amiibo Heart: Princess Peach: This outfit is based off that of Princess Pea from the Super Mario Bros. franchise when the player uses the Peach amiibo. It doesn't have any gameplay effect.

Lifetime Wish

Upon getting to the point of unlocking the Lifetime Wish, Victoria asks the player to help her sneak out of the mayor's house so she can explore the island by herself. The player can distract the mayor so she can sneak out. Upon arriving, she thanks the player for helping out.

Tender Moment

Upon achieving the Cyan Heart, Victoria will arrive at the players house and deliver Ruby stating that the Ruby is apart of her family crest and wishes the player to have it.


Romantic Moment

Upon achieving the highest ranking of the Yellow Heart, Victoria will contact will player through the phone and ask the player to meet her at the Town Square at 7 pm. She will invite the player to Town Hall where she serves the player tea and they talk together. She also plays the piano while the player listens. At the end, she hopes to one day dance together as she likes dancing.

Loving Moment

A Loving Moment is achieved after getting the highest form of the Magenta Heart. Victoria will call the player and invite him to Town Hall at 3 pm. Upon arriving, she brings th player to the Event Center ad invites the player to dance with her. They then change into her formal dress and the player into a formal suit and dance together. During the dance, she states that sh is very happy to have this dance. Once the dance finishes, she thanks the player for having the dance with her and hopes to have more dances in the future.

Pure Moment

Two seasons after being married, the player will enter the house in the evening which triggers a cut-scene where Samantha will mention that she looks forward to teaching her family how to dance. Surprised, she announces to the player that she is pregnant and the child is on it's way.


Isabelle

Isabelle is a merchant that has sailed the seven seas and has an intense adventurous spirit. She comes into port for only 2 weeks once a season along with her crew of debauchery mates. She maintains a house on the island on the Residency Island. However, she is considering branching out into unknown waters and is considering relocating from the island permanently.

  • Title: "The Swashbuckling Merchant"
  • Birthdate: Summer 19
  • Personality: Loud and boisterous; she is a women of the world. While she appears to not be interested in love, she's tired of staying out at sea all the time. She is not afraid to speak her mind.
  • Residence: Her house
  • Likes: Jewelry, Gems, Ingots, Perfect Dishes, Fruits, all Alcohol, Fish, Seashells, Pearls
  • Dislikes: Flowers, Herbs, Vegetables, Milk, Butter, Cheese, Mushrooms
  • Can be found at: Her house, Isabelle's Wraith, Sunview Beach & Port, Grand Old Lodge
  • Favorite Music: Pirate Music
  • Favorite Color: Crimson

+Favorite Animal: Wildcat

  • Favorite Magic: Alcohol Magic
  • Rival: Augustine

Costumes

    • Warm Clothes (Worn in Spring and Summer)
    • Cold Clothes (Worn in Fall and Winter)
    • Rainjacket (Worn in rainy weather)
    • Swimsuit (Worn when at the beach)
    • Funeral (Worn during a funeral)
    • Wedding Dress (Worn during her wedding)
    • Formal Wear (Worn at weddings/ceremonies)
    • Pajamas (Worn at home during the night)
    • Kimono (Worn during certain festivals or events)
    • Princess Costume (Worn during the Halloween Festival)
    • Season Costumes (Santa outfit worn during the Gifting Festival)


Heart Magic

  • Animal Heart: The Wildcat Girl: She wears a costume inspired by her favorite animal, the Wildcat. Having her has a wife while wearing this costume, makes the Wildcat happier and more prone to being affectionate. Summer will be around the Wildcat more if she wears this outfit if the Squirrel is brought home. This is unlocked once finding out her favorite animal by a special dialog box during the Animal Festival.
  • Warrior Heart: The Cutlass Captain: Used in the Warrior Festival where she can either join the players team or be against it. She dons on an pirate outfit with armor attached to it and wields a large cutlass sword. This outfit is unlocked after winning the festival with her on your team. Having her wear this outfit at home causes the animals on the farm to be more resistant to sickness.
  • Mage Heart: The Alcoholicist: Used in the Magic Festival, she is given magic on that day to create beer from anything given to her. She dons of a costume typically of a mage but with 酒 kanji print design. It is unlocked if she participates in the festival along with the player. When worn at home, she can transform anything given to her into beer.
  • Adventurer Heart: The Treasure Hunter: This outfit is worn if she accompanies the player to one of the islands or caverns. Her special ability is she increases the chance of a rarer item being found. She is unable to wear this at home. It is unlocked the first time the player asks her to join him in going on an adventure.
  • Fashion Heart: The Reluctant Model: Used in the Fashion Show, this outfit is only unlocked if they player had gotten her favorite color is a special dialog prompt previously and she places in the top 5 in the Fashion Show. When worn at home, it increases the rating of crops that she is nearby.
  • Idol Heart: The Rowdy Idol: This outfit is worn during the Music Festival which reflects her love of Pirate Music. It is a idol dress that has a pirate theme to it. She performs within this outfit and, if she scores about a 80% (which can be affected by the player by getting others o cheer for her), the heart is unlocked. At home, wearing this outfit and allowing her to sing restores a bit of stamina.
  • Amiibo Heart: Samus: This outfit is based off that of Samus from the Super Mario Bros. franchise when the player uses the Samus amiibo. It doesn't have any gameplay effect.

Lifetime Wish

Upon getting to the point of unlocking the Lifetime Wish, Isabelle will ask the player to search for a treasure she lost in a storm on the sea. According to her, it contains some very important heirlooms that belonged to her father. Hiring Captain Barnacle, the player can search around Desert Island for th treasure. Upon retrieving it, the player can give it to Isabelle to unlock the Lifetime Wish.

Tender Moment

Upon achieving the Cyan Heart, Isabelle will arrive and give the player a Shining Wine, stating it's been on her ship a long time and she was hoping to give it to someone close to her.

Romantic Moment

Upon achieving the highest ranking of the Yellow Heart, Isabelle will contact will player through the phone and ask the player to meet her at the Town Square at 7 pm. She will walk with the player on Isabelle's Wraith; commenting how sh likes the ocean breeze but is tired of sailing without a home. She suggests maybe making Sunglass Island her home. At the end, they sit down on a bench on the port; looking at the ship and says maybe one day they can sail on the ocean alone together.

Loving Moment

A Tender Moment is achieved after getting the highest form of the Magenta Heart. Isabelle will call the player and invite him to Sunview Port at 3 pm. Upon arriving, she says that they will be sailing around the island; just the two of them. As they sail, the talk and share a bottle of nice wine. Before long, the sun begins to set and they watch the island being bathed in yellow and gold. Isabelle tells the player that she has been to many islands but Sunglass is her favorite and hopes to settle down there some day with a person she loves.

Pure Moment

Two seasons after being married, the player will enter the house in the evening which triggers a cut-scene where Isabelle will mention that she looks forward to raising her children on Sunglass Island. Surprised, she announces to the player that she is pregnant and the child is on it's way.


Tina

Tina is the nurse at Sunview Hospital and assistant to Dr. Ken. She is said to be from a far away country but doesn't relocate when she moved to the island. She loves helping people and wishes to cure everyone in the world...something that Dr. Ken finds ridiculous. She enjoys working for Dr. Ken but wishes to explore the world for alternative approaches to medicine.

  • Title: "The Peaceful Nurse"
  • Birthdate: Spring 10
  • Personality: King and quiet, Tina carries herself in a peaceful manner. Never one to judge or look down on others, she only wishes peace with those around her.
  • Residence: The Hospital
  • Likes: Herbs, Medicine, Fish, Insects, Flowers, Shining Crops, Fruits, and Produce, Roots
  • Dislikes: Jewelry, Gems, Ingots, Ores, Failed Dishes, Clay, Seashells, Seaweed
  • Can be found at: Hospital, Maplewood Forest, Sunview Beach, Town Square
  • Favorite Music: Love Music
  • Favorite Color: White

+Favorite Animal: Cow

  • Favorite Magic: Healing Magic
  • Rival: Ronald

Costumes

    • Warm Clothes (Worn in Spring and Summer)
    • Cold Clothes (Worn in Fall and Winter)
    • Rainjacket (Worn in rainy weather)
    • Swimsuit (Worn when at the beach)
    • Funeral (Worn during a funeral)
    • Wedding Dress (Worn during her wedding)
    • Formal Wear (Worn at weddings/ceremonies)
    • Pajamas (Worn at home during the night)
    • Kimono (Worn during certain festivals or events)
    • Robot Costume (Worn during the Halloween Festival)
    • Season Costumes (Santa outfit worn during the Gifting Festival)


Heart Magic

  • Animal Heart: The White Cow: She wears a costume inspired by her favorite animal, the Cow. Having her has a wife while wearing this costume, makes the Cows happier and more prone to being affectionate. Tina will be around the Cow more if she wears this outfit. This is unlocked once finding out her favorite animal by a special dialog box during the Animal Festival.
  • Warrior Heart: The Battle Nurse: Used in the Warrior Festival where she can either join the players team or be against it. She wears a armored nurse outfit with a giant syringe. This outfit is unlocked after winning the festival with her on your team. Having her wear this outfit at home causes the player to become less sick while working on the farm.
  • Mage Heart: The White Mage: Used in the Magic Festival, she is given magic on that day to heal anyone from injury. She dons of a costume typically of a mage but with angel wing print on it. It is unlocked if she participates in the festival along with the player. When worn at home, she can heal sick animals on the festival day.
  • Adventurer Heart: The Backpacking Healer: This outfit is worn if she accompanies the player to one of the islands or caverns. Her special ability is she slowly causes stamina to recover but marginally. She is unable to wear this at home. It is unlocked the first time the player asks her to join him in going on an adventure.
  • Fashion Heart: The Nurstacular Idol: Used in the Fashion Show, this outfit is only unlocked if they player had gotten her favorite color is a special dialog prompt previously and she places in the top 5 in the Fashion Show. When worn at home, it increases the rating of crops that she is nearby.
  • Idol Heart: The Nurse Sensation: This outfit is worn during the Music Festival which reflects her love of Love Music. It is a idol dress that has a plenty of hearts. She performs within this outfit and, if she scores about a 80% (which can be affected by the player by getting others to cheer for her), the heart is unlocked. At home, wearing this outfit and allowing her to sing restores a bit of stamina.
  • Amiibo Heart: Princess Zelda: This outfit is based off that of Princess Zelda from the The Legend of Zelda franchise when the player uses the Princess Zelda amiibo. It doesn't have any gameplay effect.

Lifetime Wish

Upon getting to the point of unlocking the Lifetime Wish, Tina will ask the player for a list of herbs and items: Shining Basil, Purple Her, Red Herb, Shining Milk, and Honey. Upon giving it to her, she creations a medicine that, according to her, cures all ailments and replenishes stamina instantly. She thanks the player for helping her achieve her dream.

Tender Moment

Upon achieving the Cyan Heart, Tina will arrive to the players house and deliver a Shining Stamina Booster; saying she made it in hopes it helps th player continue his work.

Romantic Moment

Upon achieving the highest ranking of the Yellow Heart, Tina will contact will player through the phone and ask the player to meet her at the Town Square at 7 pm. She will walk around just outside of Sunview Town; watching the the herbs and flowers. She says that nature is very important to health and that, since coming to the town, feels her life has become blessed. She tells the player she hopes he can stay healthy and wants to help with that.

Loving Moment

A Tender Moment is achieved after getting the highest form of the Magenta Heart. Tina will call the player and invite him to the hospital at 3 pm. Upon arriving, she tells the player she wants to show him around the hospital. However, as she shows the player around, th player begins to faint and blacks out. Upon waking up, Tina appears very concerned for the player and sits by his side. She says the player appears to be ok but wishes to take care of him forever.

Pure Moment

Two seasons after being married, the player will enter the house in the evening which triggers a cut-scene where Tina will mention that she looks forward to keeping her children healthy. Surprised, she announces to the player that she is pregnant and the child is on it's way.


Coral

Coral is the adopted daughter of Captain Barnacle. Cryptic and mysterious, she often says she was born under the waves. She loves swimming, fishing, and looking for pearls in the warm oceans around the island. She often avoids daytime and enjoys watching the ocean at night. She sometimes wishes to return to the sea to where her family is.

  • Title: "The Aquatic Mystery"
  • Birthdate: Winter 20
  • Personality: Quiet and shy; speaks in riddles and wrapped in mystery. She comes off a little cold and may not see receptive to kindness to social events.
  • Residence: Sunview Port
  • Likes: Seashells, Coral, Fish, Sea Life, Seaweed, Pearl, Black Pearls, Watermelons
  • Dislikes: Flowers, Gems, Jewels, Ores, Ingots, Insects, Vegetables, Milk, Eggs
  • Can be found at: Sunview Port, Sunview Beach, Isabelle's Wraith, Town Center, The Museum
  • Favorite Music: Ambient Music
  • Favorite Color: Blue

+Favorite Animal: Otter

  • Favorite Magic: Water Magic
  • Rival: Matthew

Costumes

    • Warm Clothes (Worn in Spring and Summer)
    • Cold Clothes (Worn in Fall and Winter)
    • Rainjacket (Worn in rainy weather)
    • Swimsuit (Worn when at the beach)
    • Funeral (Worn during a funeral)
    • Wedding Dress (Worn during her wedding)
    • Formal Wear (Worn at weddings/ceremonies)
    • Pajamas (Worn at home during the night)
    • Kimono (Worn during certain festivals or events)
    • Rock Star Costume (Worn during the Halloween Festival)
    • Season Costume (Santa outfit worn during the Gifting Festival)


Heart Magic

  • Animal Heart: The Shy Otter: She wears a costume inspired by her favorite animal, the Otter. Having her has a wife while wearing this costume, makes the Otter happier and more prone to being affectionate if the player has the Otter for a pet. Coral will be around the Otter more if she wears this outfit. This is unlocked once finding out her favorite animal by a special dialog box during the Animal Festival.
  • Warrior Heart: The Sea-Maiden: Used in the Warrior Festival where she can either join the players team or be against it. She a suit of armor made of coral and uses a weapon that looks like a massive seashell. This outfit is unlocked after winning the festival with her on your team. Having her wear this outfit at home causes the player to find rarer fish or sea life with her nearby.
  • Mage Heart: The Aquatic Wizard: Used in the Magic Festival, she is given magic on that can summon water from thin air. She dons of a costume typically of a mage but with wave print on it. It is unlocked if she participates in the festival along with the player. When worn at home, she can water the crops without using the watering can.
  • Adventurer Heart: The Adventuring Mermaid: This outfit is worn if she accompanies the player to one of the islands or caverns. Her special ability is she allows the player to dive for a longer period of time. She is unable to wear this at home. It is unlocked the first time the player asks her to join him in going on an adventure.
  • Fashion Heart: The Watery Princess: Used in the Fashion Show, this outfit is only unlocked if they player had gotten her favorite color is a special dialog prompt previously and she places in the top 5 in the Fashion Show. When worn at home, it increases the rating of crops that she is nearby.
  • Idol Heart: The Pop Mermaid: This outfit is worn during the Music Festival which reflects her love of Ambient Music. It is a idol dress that slightly resembles that of a flowing fish. She performs within this outfit and, if she scores about a 80% (which can be affected by the player by getting others to cheer for her), the heart is unlocked. At home, wearing this outfit and allowing her to sing restores a bit of stamina.
  • Amiibo Heart: Greninja: This outfit is based off that of Greninja from the Pokemon franchise when the player uses the Princess Zelda amiibo. It doesn't have any gameplay effect.

Lifetime Wish

Upon getting to the point of unlocking the Lifetime Wish, Coral will ask the player to find a Mermaid Tear which is a special flower that grows in the ocean; under the water. The player can dive for it off from the beach though it is quite rare and can only be found from 12 am to 2 am. Upon retrieving it, Coral appears very happy and says that this reminds her of home.

Tender Moment

Upon achieving the Cyan Heart, Coral will arrive and give the player a piece of Rare Coral; thanking them and telling she wishes to share what she loves.

Romantic Moment

Upon achieving the highest ranking of the Yellow Heart, Coral will contact will player through the phone and ask the player to meet her at the Town Square at 7 pm. She will bring the player to Sunview Beach where she will talk about the waves constantly moving; even after everyone is gone. She says that listening to the sea in the seashell is like listening to history. She thanks the player and hopes to one day show him her world as they sit on he bench facing the beach.

Loving Moment

A Tender Moment is achieved after getting the highest form of the Magenta Heart. Coral will call the player and invite him to the beach at 3 pm. Upon arriving, Coral tells the player they will go for a swim. As they dive into the water, Coral shows the player may reefs and fish found under the waves. A big wave crashes on top of them though but they hold onto each other as it passes through. The finally come to the surface and Coral thanks the player and says while she misses her underwater world; she is glad shes found a new one.

Pure Moment

Two seasons after being married, the player will enter the house in the evening which triggers a cut-scene where Coral will mention that she looks forward to teaching her children about the ocean. Surprised, she announces to the player that she is pregnant and the child is on it's way.


Penny

Penny is a lively and adventurous spirited girl who lives out in the forest; searching for new areas to explore and animals to befriend. She catalog discoveries she finds but is sad to find many people are uninterested in her discoveries. She often grows annoyed by her grandmothers constant pestering about her returning to the town. She often dreams of traveling abroad to the Amazon forest.

  • Title: "The Natural Gal"
  • Birthdate: Fall 18
  • Personality: Outgoing and social but can be easily distracted. Slightly ditsy and a one-track mind. She loves nature to the point of obsession which can put off some people.
  • Residence: Nature Station
  • Likes: Herbs, Flowers, Natures Bounties, Vegetables, Fruits, Animals, Fish, Insects, Ore, Gems, Vegetable Dishes
  • Dislikes: Jewels, Ingots, Alcohol, Failed Dishes, Spice, Mayonnaise, Meat Dishes
  • Can be found at: Nature Station, Stratus Pastures, Sunview Beach, Cloudyhead Mountain, Town Hall, Graveyard
  • Favorite Music: Country Music
  • Favorite Color: Yellow

+Favorite Animal: Dog

  • Favorite Magic: Nature Magic
  • Rival: Rustold

Costumes

    • Warm Clothes (Worn in Spring and Summer)
    • Cold Clothes (Worn in Fall and Winter)
    • Rainjacket (Worn in rainy weather)
    • Swimsuit (Worn when at the beach)
    • Funeral (Worn during a funeral)
    • Wedding Dress (Worn during her wedding)
    • Formal Wear (Worn at weddings/ceremonies)
    • Pajamas (Worn at home during the night)
    • Kimono (Worn during certain festivals or events)
    • Jack-0-Lantern Costume (Worn during the Halloween Festival)
    • Season Costume (Santa outfit worn during the Gifting Festival)
  • Rival: Shiloh

Heart Magic

  • Animal Heart: The Poppy Puppy: She wears a costume inspired by her favorite animal, the Dog. Having her has a wife while wearing this costume, makes the Dog happier and more prone to being affectionate if the player has the Dog for a pet. Penny will be around the Wolf more if she wears this outfit. This is unlocked once finding out her favorite animal by a special dialog box during the Animal Festival.
  • Warrior Heart: The Survivalist: Used in the Warrior Festival where she can either join the players team or be against it. She wears camouflage plus armor and wields a large stick with leaves attacked to it.. This outfit is unlocked after winning the festival with her on your team. Having her wear this outfit at home causes crops on the farm to grow a little faster.
  • Mage Heart: The Naturalist: Used in the Magic Festival, she is given magic on that can summon forth plant life from the ground. She dons of a costume typically of a mage but with leave prints on it. It is unlocked if she participates in the festival along with the player. When worn at home, she can cause a crop to have a higher rating.
  • Adventurer Heart: The Naturalist: This outfit is worn if she accompanies the player to one of the islands or caverns. Her special ability is she that insects may have a higher rating upon being caught. She is unable to wear this at home. It is unlocked the first time the player asks her to join him in going on an adventure.
  • Fashion Heart: The Environmentalist: Used in the Fashion Show, this outfit is only unlocked if they player had gotten her favorite color is a special dialog prompt previously and she places in the top 5 in the Fashion Show. When worn at home, it increases the rating of crops that she is nearby.
  • Idol Heart: The Agriculturalist: This outfit is worn during the Music Festival which reflects her love of Country Music. It is a idol dress that infuses country-type clothing like a cowboy hat and overalls. She performs within this outfit and, if she scores about a 80% (which can be affected by the player by getting others to cheer for her), the heart is unlocked. At home, wearing this outfit and allowing her to sing restores a bit of stamina.
  • Amiibo Heart: Link: This outfit is based off that of Link from the The Legend of Zelda franchise when the player uses the Link amiibo. It doesn't have any gameplay effect.


Lifetime Wish

Upon getting to the point of unlocking the Lifetime Wish, Penny wishes to discover over 10 secret locations but doesn't have the funds to do so. Donating and providing her the funds to do so unlocks the Lifetime Wish.

Tender Moment

Upon achieving the Cyan Heart, Penny will arrive at the players house and deliver a Truffle; regardless of the season. She states she found it in a cave that is always fall and wishes to share it.

Romantic Moment

Upon achieving the highest ranking of the Yellow Heart, Penny will contact will player through the phone and ask the player to meet her at the Town Square at 7 pm. She will take th player to Maplewood Forest where she walks around the player; talking about the forest and how it should be preserved. She shows anger that the carpenters are cutting down the trees without planting them. They then sit on the bench facing the forest and she says she wishes to explore the woods with the player some day.

Loving Moment

A Tender Moment is achieved after getting the highest form of the Magenta Heart. Penny will call the player and invite him to the Nature Station at 3 pm. Upon arriving, she tells the player she wants to show him around the forest. They begin searching for nature bounties and watching animals. Penny laughs at the animals as they approach them. It then begins to rain so they go into the cave in order to take shelter. Sitting in the cave with a campfire, Penny tells the player she is thankful they spent the day together and she hopes to share the love of nature together.

Pure Moment

Two seasons after being married, the player will enter the house in the evening which triggers a cut-scene where Penny will mention that she looks forward to showing her children nature. Surprised, she announces to the player that she is pregnant and the child is on it's way.


Momo

Mono is the only daughter of Master Mitsurgi and inheritor to the Mitsurigi Master Style. Despite this great honor, she feels undeserving of it as she was not born as a son. She thinks her father wished for a son to inherit it and feels unwanted. She desires to continue to train but she wishes to leave the island to find her own inner peace and to perhaps discover her own unique style to teach to others.

  • Title: "The Silent Guardian"
  • Birthdate: Spring 5
  • Personality: Silent and serious in almost all situations. She has a no-nonsense attitude and dislikes noisy situations. She generally prefers to remain by herself in order to focus on her training.
  • Residence: Shiroken Dojo
  • Likes: Ores, Herbs, Teas, Rice, Hot Tea, Spinach, Vegetables, Eastern Food, Artifacts, Fish
  • Dislikes: Jewels, Ingots, Flowers, Fruits, Western Food, Milk, Eggs, Wool, Yarn
  • Can be found at: Shiroken Dojo, Maplewood Forest, Cloudyhead Mountain, River Run, Sunview Beach
  • Favorite Music: Oriental Music
  • Favorite Color: Pink

+Favorite Animal: Hedgehog

  • Favorite Magic: Sword Magic

Rival: Shiloh

Costumes

    • Warm Clothes (Worn in Spring and Summer)
    • Cold Clothes (Worn in Fall and Winter)
    • Rainjacket (Worn in rainy weather)
    • Swimsuit (Worn when at the beach)
    • Funeral (Worn during a funeral)
    • Wedding Dress (Worn during her wedding)
    • Formal Wear (Worn at weddings/ceremonies)
    • Pajamas (Worn at home during the night)
    • Kimono (Worn during certain festivals or events)
    • Gentlemen Costume (Worn during the Halloween Festival)
    • Season Costume (Santa outfit worn during the Gifting Festival)


Heart Magic

  • Animal Heart: The Prickly Hedgehog: She wears a costume inspired by her favorite animal, the Hedgehog. Having her has a wife while wearing this costume, makes the Hedgehog happier and more prone to being affectionate if the player has the Hedgehog for a pet. Momo will be around the Wolf more if she wears this outfit. This is unlocked once finding out her favorite animal by a special dialog box during the Animal Festival.
  • Warrior Heart: The Samurai Spirit: Used in the Warrior Festival where she can either join the players team or be against it. She wears a traditional suit of Samurai armor and wields a super long Katina. This outfit is unlocked after winning the festival with her on your team. Having her wear this outfit at home causes the players tool to not lose their edge when using them.
  • Mage Heart: The Swordmancer: Used in the Magic Festival, she is given magic on that cause her to summon numerable swords from mid-air. She dons of a mage costume with an oriental flair. It is unlocked if she participates in the festival along with the player. When worn at home, she can cut down weeds just by being close to them.
  • Adventurer Heart: The Lone Wanderer: This outfit is worn if she accompanies the player to one of the islands or caverns. Her special ability is she allows the player to carry 12 points more items then before. She is unable to wear this at home. It is unlocked the first time the player asks her to join him in going on an adventure.
  • Fashion Heart: The Stylish Samurai: Used in the Fashion Show, this outfit is only unlocked if they player had gotten her favorite color is a special dialog prompt previously and she places in the top 5 in the Fashion Show. When worn at home, it increases the rating of crops that she is nearby.
  • Idol Heart: The Shimmering Sword: This outfit is worn during the Music Festival which reflects her love of Oriental Music. It is a idol dress that mixes pop fashion with samurai clothing. She performs within this outfit and, if she scores about a 80% (which can be affected by the player by getting others to cheer for her), the heart is unlocked. At home, wearing this outfit and allowing her to sing restores a bit of stamina.
  • Amiibo Heart: Lucina: This outfit is based off that of Lucina from the Fire Emblem franchise when the player uses the Lucina amiibo. It doesn't have any gameplay effect.

Lifetime Wish

Upon getting to the point of unlocking the Lifetime Wish, Momo will ask the player to help her train for a secret art she is developed. Successfully blocking her attacks allows her to perform her special attack; the Special Momo Blossom Slash. Happy that she could perfect the attack, she thanks the player and heals his/her injuries.

Tender Moment

Upon achieving the Cyan Heart, Momo will arrive and gives the player a Shining Green Tea in hopes that it keeps the player's spirit strong.

Romantic Moment

Upon achieving the highest ranking of the Yellow Heart, Momo will contact will player through the phone and ask the player to meet her at the Town Square at 7 pm. She will walk around Mt. Cloudyhead, talking to th player about the challenges of training. She walks to a boulder and cuts it in half. She gives her wooden sword to the player who attempts to but fails. Laughing, she states that she isn't surprised but expresses a desire to teach the player how to.

Loving Moment

A Tender Moment is achieved after getting the highest form of the Magenta Heart. Tina will call the player and invite him to the dojo at 3 pm. There she will teach the player about sword fighting; sparring with the player. After several hours of training, she expresses that the player has increased his skill. She says it will be there final sparring match and, during it, the player manages to hit Momo. Thoroughly impressed, she says that the player has surpassed his expectation and hit here - something no one as done thus earing his affection and respect.

Pure Moment

Two seasons after being married, the player will enter the house in the evening which triggers a cut-scene where Momo will mention that she looks forward to teaching her children her art. Surprised, she announces to the player that she is pregnant and the child is on it's way.


Chloe

Chloe is the daughter of Robert and Missy who run Cumulus Farm where she helps care for and water the seeds. While she enjoys living on the island and helping out with her parents store, she wishes to explore the wide world and search for new plants to document. She often wonders what life is outside the island and will ask the player many questions regarding their experiences.

  • Title: "The Brainy Botanist"
  • Birthdate: Spring 21
  • Personality: Studious yet always craving knowledge. She often preoccupies herself with studying and documenting. However, she can be social and talkative; especially about plants.
  • Residence: Cumulus Farms
  • Likes: Shining Crops, Shining Fruits, Shining Flowers, Shining Herbs, Natures Bounties, Vegetable Dishes, Mushrooms, Weeds
  • Dislikes: Ores, Ingots, Gems, Jewels, Fish, Eggs, Seaweed, Wool
  • Can be found at: Cumulus Farms, Stratus Pastures, Sunview Town, Graveyard, Maplewood Forest
  • Favorite Music: Folk Music
  • Favorite Color: Green

+Favorite Animal: Raccoon

  • Favorite Magic: Plant Magic
  • Rival: Hayashi

Costumes

    • Warm Clothes (Worn in Spring and Summer)
    • Cold Clothes (Worn in Fall and Winter)
    • Rainjacket (Worn in rainy weather)
    • Swimsuit (Worn when at the beach)
    • Funeral (Worn during a funeral)
    • Wedding Dress (Worn during her wedding)
    • Formal Wear (Worn at weddings/ceremonies)
    • Pajamas (Worn at home during the night)
    • Kimono (Worn during certain festivals or events)
    • Scarecrow Costume (Worn during the Halloween Festival)
    • Season Costume (Santa outfit worn during the Gifting Festival)

Heart Magic

  • Animal Heart: The Friendly Frog: She wears a costume inspired by her favorite animal, the Frog. Having her has a wife while wearing this costume, makes the Frog happier and more prone to being affectionate if the player has the Frog for a pet. Chloe will be around the Frog more if she wears this outfit. This is unlocked once finding out her favorite animal by a special dialog box during the Animal Festival.
  • Warrior Heart: The Miracle Grower: Used in the Warrior Festival where she can either join the players team or be against it. She wears a farmers outfit with armored attached to it and wields a giant plant that can eat things. This outfit is unlocked after winning the festival with her on your team. Having her wear this outfit at home causes the crops to lose their pests during the day.
  • Mage Heart: The Magical Botanist: Used in the Magic Festival, she is given magic on that cause her accelerate the growth of plants. She dons of a mage costume with leaf prints on it. It is unlocked if she participates in the festival along with the player. When worn at home, she can slightly accelerate the growth of plants while nearby them.
  • Adventurer Heart: The Wandering Seeder: This outfit is worn if she accompanies the player to one of the islands or caverns. Her special ability is she increases the chance of finding more bounties. She is unable to wear this at home. It is unlocked the first time the player asks her to join him in going on an adventure.
  • Fashion Heart: The Hip Horticulturist: Used in the Fashion Show, this outfit is only unlocked if they player had gotten her favorite color is a special dialog prompt previously and she places in the top 5 in the Fashion Show. When worn at home, it increases the rating of crops that she is nearby.
  • Idol Heart: The Blossoming Artist: This outfit is worn during the Music Festival which reflects her love of Folk Music. It is a idol dress that mixes pop fashion with farming clothing. She performs within this outfit and, if she scores about a 80% (which can be affected by the player by getting others to cheer for her), the heart is unlocked. At home, wearing this outfit and allowing her to sing restores a bit of stamina.
  • Amiibo Heart: Pikimin & Olimar: This outfit is based off that of Pikmin & Olimar from the Pikmin franchise when the player uses the Pikmin amiibo. It doesn't have any gameplay effect.

Lifetime Wish

Upon getting to the point of unlocking the Lifetime Wish, Chloe will desire to the crossbred crop, the Watermelon, a cross between a tomato and a watermelon. Once the player successfully crossbreeds one, the Lifetime Wish is achieved,

Tender Moment

Momo will arrive and gives the player a Shining Carrot and saying that shining crops shows just how skilled the player is at keeping them in a good state,

Romantic Moment

Upon achieving the highest ranking of the Yellow Heart, Chloe will contact will player through the phone and ask the player to meet her at the Town Square at 7 pm. She will take the player to Stratus Pastures and talk about how nature and humans are actually one in the same and it's our job to help them grow up to be big and strong. He takes a sapling and cups it in her hand while singing. Later,t hey are sitting on a bench overlooking the windmills and she says she wants to help the plants grow with the player.

Loving Moment

A Tender Moment is achieved after getting the highest form of the Magenta Heart. Chloe will call the player and invite him to the Cirrus Farms at 3 pm. Upon arriving, she tells the player they will be planting and harvesting some crops. The pair then work on the farm, digging up plots and showing each other their harvests. Together, they begin seeding the fields and watering them. They walk home together and Chloe says that she wants to help our the players farm and help grow crops together.

Pure Moment

Two seasons after being married, the player will enter the house in the evening which triggers a cut-scene where Chloe will mention that she looks forward to growing crops with her children. Surprised, she announces to the player that she is pregnant and the child is on it's way.


Skylar

While her grandfather and brother love making aircraft, she is more interested in flying them. Having moved to the island recently; she is interested in discovering the skies above the island and seeing views no one else has seen. She hopes to spread the joy of flying to others as well.

Chloe is the daughter of Robert and Missy who run Cumulus Farm where she helps care for and water the seeds. While she enjoys living on the island and helping out with her parents store, she wishes to explore the wide world and search for new plants to document. She often wonders what life is outside the island and will ask the player many questions regarding their experiences.

  • Title: "The Flying Soul"
  • Birthdate: Fall 14
  • Personality: Passionate and dedicated with an unwavering spirit. She remains positive in most situations and has a clear head even in bad situation.
  • Residence: Sunview Airfield
  • Likes: Ores, Ingots, blueprints, potatoes, corn, watermelons, wool, flowers
  • Dislikes: Tomatoes, fish, milk, eggs, herb, jewels and gems, roots, soil
  • Can be found at: Airfield, Stratus Pastures, Mount Cloudyhead
  • Favorite Music: Jazz Music
  • Favorite Color: Sky Blue

+Favorite Animal: Duck

  • Favorite Magic: Wind Magic
  • Rival: Augustine

Costumes

    • Warm Clothes (Worn in Spring and Summer)
    • Cold Clothes (Worn in Fall and Winter)
    • Rainjacket (Worn in rainy weather)
    • Swimsuit (Worn when at the beach)
    • Funeral (Worn during a funeral)
    • Wedding Dress (Worn during her wedding)
    • Formal Wear (Worn at weddings/ceremonies)
    • Pajamas (Worn at home during the night)
    • Kimono (Worn during certain festivals or events)
    • Mad Scientist Costume (Worn during the Halloween Festival)
    • Season Costume (Santa outfit worn during the Gifting Festival)


Heart Magic

  • Animal Heart: The Happy Duck: She wears a costume inspired by her favorite animal, the Duck. Having her has a wife while wearing this costume, makes the Ducks happier and more prone to being affectionate if the player has Ducks. Skylar will be around the Ducks more if she wears this outfit. This is unlocked once finding out her favorite animal by a special dialog box during the Animal Festival.
  • Warrior Heart: The Gracing Wind: Used in the Warrior Festival where she can either join the players team or be against it. She wears a combat pilot suit while wielding a large airplane propeller. This outfit is unlocked after winning the festival with her on your team. Having her wear this outfit at at home causes to have less fatigue when pulling out vegetables on the farm.
  • Mage Heart: The Aerial Sorceress: Used in the Magic Festival, she is given magic on that cause her to control the wind. She dons of a mage costume with cloud patterns. It is unlocked if she participates in the festival along with the player. When worn at home, she can use the wind to clear the field off branches and bushes.
  • Adventurer Heart: The Brave Explorer: This outfit is worn if she accompanies the player to one of the islands or caverns. Her special ability is she slightly speeds up the players walking and running speed. She is unable to wear this at home. It is unlocked the first time the player asks her to join him in going on an adventure.
  • Fashion Heart: The Pop Pilot: Used in the Fashion Show, this outfit is only unlocked if they player had gotten her favorite color is a special dialog prompt previously and she places in the top 5 in the Fashion Show. When worn at home, it increases the rating of crops that she is nearby.
  • Idol Heart: The Unwavering Heart: This outfit is worn during the Music Festival which reflects her love of Jazz Music. It is a idol dress that mixes pop fashion with a pilot outfit. She performs within this outfit and, if she scores about a 80% (which can be affected by the player by getting others to cheer for her), the heart is unlocked. At home, wearing this outfit and allowing her to sing restores a bit of stamina.
  • Amiibo Heart: Falco: This outfit is based off that of Falco from the Star Fox franchise when the player uses the Falco amiibo. It doesn't have any gameplay effect.

Lifetime Wish

Upon getting to the point of unlocking the Lifetime Wish, Skylar will desire to discover over 95% of the island which is done by funding her operations. Once she gets past 95%, the lifetime wish is unlocked.

Tender Moment

Skylar will arrive and gives the player a Silver Ingot saying she found this while on her flights and felt the player could use one.

Romantic Moment

Upon achieving the highest ranking of the Yellow Heart, Skylar will contact will player through the phone and ask the player to meet her at the Town Square at 7 pm. She will take the player to the airfield and walk with th player; talking about planes. They then sit on the bench to watch the airplanes take off from the airfield. Skylar expresses her desire to share the air with the player some time.

Loving Moment

A Tender Moment is achieved after getting the highest form of the Magenta Heart. Skylar will call the player and invite him to the Airfield at 3 pm. Upon arriving, she asks the player to climb into the airplane as they will go off flying. Soaring over the clouds, Skylar performs several flips and turns in the air. She finally lands and expresses her happiness about flying with the player and wants to do it again.

Pure Moment

Two seasons after being married, the player will enter the house in the evening which triggers a cut-scene where Chloe will mention that she looks forward to flying with her children. Surprised, she announces to the player that she is pregnant and the child is on it's way.


Bachelors

Leo

Leo is the son of Lionel and helps with the bakery. He enjoys baking and loves baking rolls and cakes; especially eating them. He wishes to study baking in Paris but his father continually says no to his requests stating that him and his sister needs Leo there. He wishes to study at Paris; even if it means making him poor so he often dreams about it while baking.

  • Title: "The Baking Brother"
  • Birthdate: Spring 29
  • Personality: Carefree and without a worry; he likes baking but seems despondent to his living situation. Popular with the ladies and enjoys socializing.
  • Residence: Bakery
  • Likes: Flour, Milk, Eggs, Bread, Shining Baked Goods, Herbs, Butter, Cheese, Mayonnaise, Lumber
  • Dislikes: Fish, Wool, Flowers, Fruits, Coffee, Oil, Fried foods
  • Can be found at: Bakery, Cafe, Town Center, Maplewood Forest
  • Favorite Music: Tango Music
  • Favorite Color: Gold

+Favorite Animal: Fox

  • Favorite Magic: Fire Magic

Rival: Samantha

Costumes

    • Warm Clothes (Worn in Spring and Summer)
    • Cold Clothes (Worn in Fall and Winter)
    • Rainjacket (Worn in rainy weather)
    • Swimsuit (Worn when at the beach)
    • Funeral (Worn during a funeral)
    • Wedding Suit (Worn during her wedding)
    • Formal Wear (Worn at weddings/ceremonies)
    • Pajamas (Worn at home during the night)
    • Kimono (Worn during certain festivals or events)
    • Mummy Costume (Worn during the Halloween Festival)
    • Season Costume (Santa outfit worn during the Gifting Festival)


Heart Magic

  • Animal Heart: The Lucky Fox: He wears a costume inspired by his favorite animal, the Fox. Having him has a husband while wearing this costume, makes the Fox happier and more prone to being affectionate if the player has the Fox. Leo will be around the Fox more if he wears this outfit. This is unlocked once finding out his favorite animal by a special dialog box during the Animal Festival.
  • Warrior Heart: The Ovennator: Used in the Warrior Festival where he can either join the players team or be against it. He wears a baking outfit with armor attached to it and carries an oven that spews out fire. This outfit is unlocked after winning the festival with him on your team. Having him wear this outfit at at home causes baked food to recover 25% more stamina.
  • Mage Heart: The Baking Mage: Used in the Magic Festival, he is given magic on that causes him to turn up the head in the atmosphere. He dons of a mage costume with flame patterns. It is unlocked if he participates in the festival along with the player. When worn at home, she can cause weeds to whither by being near to them.
  • Adventurer Heart: The Baking Blazer: This outfit is worn if he accompanies the player to one of the islands or caverns. His special ability is he lessen the effect of heat on the players stamina. She is unable to wear this at home. It is unlocked the first time the player asks him to join him in going on an adventure.
  • Fashion Heart: The Booming Baker: Used in the Fashion Show, this outfit is only unlocked if they player had gotten his favorite color is a special dialog prompt previously and he places in the top 5 in the Fashion Show. When worn at home, it increases the rating of crops that he is nearby.
  • Idol Heart: The Pastry Pop: This outfit is worn during the Music Festival which reflects his love of Tango Music. It is a idol outfit that mixes pop fashion with a baker outfit. He performs within this outfit and, if he scores about a 80% (which can be affected by the player by getting others to cheer for him), the heart is unlocked. At home, wearing this outfit and allowing him to sing restores a bit of stamina.
  • Amiibo Heart: Charizard: This outfit is based off that of Charizard from the Pokemon franchise when the player uses the Charizard amiibo. It doesn't have any gameplay effect.

Lifetime Wish

Upon getting to the point of unlocking the Lifetime Wish, Leo will express the desire to bake some wonderful bread. He asks for some Shining Barley and Shining Wheat as well as Shining Cheese and Shining Milk. Once this is completed, the lifetime wish is unlocked.

Tender Moment

Leo will arrive and gives the player a Shining Donut and explains he made this while thinking about the player,

Romantic Moment

Upon achieving the highest ranking of the Yellow Heart, Leo will contact will player through the phone and ask the player to meet him at the Town Square at 7 pm. He will take the player around town where he talks about baking and wishes to make a huge cake for the player. They then sit down on a nearby bench and he expresses his desire to bake something with the player.

Loving Moment

A Tender Moment is achieved after getting the highest form of the Magenta Heart. Leo will call the player and invite him to the bakery at 3 pm. Upon arriving, he has various bowls and flour out; stating they will make a huge cake. They start creating the cake and preparing to bake it. Afterwords, Leo said he really enjoyed it and wishes the player to encourage him to continue baking.

Pure Moment

Two seasons after being married, the player will enter the house in the evening which triggers a cut-scene where Leo will mention that he looks forward to baking cakes for his children. Surprised, he announces to the player that it's the best time to start having a family to which the player agrees.

Rustold

Rustold is the son of Rusty and is a carpenter. He loves wood working but dislikes constructing things such as beds and dressers. He wishes to use his talents in making wooden sculpture as art. His father, Rusty, doesn't share this idea and continually reprimands his son. Rustold will sometimes go out into the forest to whittle wood into art. He dreams of opening a store in the big city to sell his wood sculptures.

  • Title: "The Clever Craftsman"
  • Birthdate: Fall 2
  • Personality: Kind and quiet to those around him steadfast and true. He dislikes confrontation and will often suffer rather than let others suffer.
  • Residence: Carpenters
  • Likes: Lumber, Branches, Tools, Herbs, Fish, Eggs, Mayonnaise, Berries, Mushrooms, Flowers
  • Dislikes: Alcohol, Ore, Jewels, Seashells, Glass, Cheese
  • Can be found at: Carpenters, Pasture, Maplewood Forest
  • Favorite Music: Cafe Music
  • Favorite Color: Brown

+Favorite Animal: Bear

  • Favorite Magic: Wood Magic
  • Rival: Penny

Costumes

    • Warm Clothes (Worn in Spring and Summer)
    • Cold Clothes (Worn in Fall and Winter)
    • Rainjacket (Worn in rainy weather)
    • Swimsuit (Worn when at the beach)
    • Funeral (Worn during a funeral)
    • Wedding Suit (Worn during her wedding)
    • Formal Wear (Worn at weddings/ceremonies)
    • Pajamas (Worn at home during the night)
    • Kimono (Worn during certain festivals or events)
    • Frankenstein Costume (Worn during the Halloween Festival)
    • Season Costume (Santa outfit worn during the Gifting Festival)


Heart Magic

  • Animal Heart: The Tender Bear: He wears a costume inspired by his favorite animal, the Bear. Having him has a husband while wearing this costume, makes the Bear happier and more prone to being affectionate if the player has the Bear. Rustold will be around the Bear more if he wears this outfit. This is unlocked once finding out his favorite animal by a special dialog box during the Animal Festival.
  • Warrior Heart: The Axeman: Used in the Warrior Festival where he can either join the players team or be against it. He wears a woodsman outfit with bear fur hanging out him and wields a massive two handed axe. This outfit is unlocked after winning the festival with him on your team. Having him wear this outfit at at home any lumber cut in the field to double.
  • Mage Heart: The Forester Wizard: Used in the Magic Festival, he is given magic on that causes him to create wood from nothing. He dons of a mage costume with tree patterns. It is unlocked if he participates in the festival along with the player. When worn at home, he can cut stamina used but he axe down to by 10%,
  • Adventurer Heart: The Wood Searcher: This outfit is worn if he accompanies the player to one of the islands or caverns. His special ability is he can speed up the swing of the axe. He is unable to wear this at home. It is unlocked the first time the player asks him to join him in going on an adventure.
  • Fashion Heart: The Classy Craftsman: Used in the Fashion Show, this outfit is only unlocked if they player had gotten his favorite color is a special dialog prompt previously and he places in the top 5 in the Fashion Show. When worn at home, it increases the rating of crops that he is nearby.
  • Idol Heart: The Lumberidol: This outfit is worn during the Music Festival which reflects his love of Cafe Music. It is a idol outfit that mixes pop fashion with a carpenter outfit. He performs within this outfit and, if he scores about a 80% (which can be affected by the player by getting others to cheer for him), the heart is unlocked. At home, wearing this outfit and allowing him to sing restores a bit of stamina.
  • Amiibo Heart: Bowser: This outfit is based off that of Bowser from the Super Mario Bros. franchise when the player uses the Bowser amiibo. It doesn't have any gameplay effect.

Lifetime Wish

Upon getting to the point of unlocking the Lifetime Wish, Rustold will express his desire to craft a wooden statue using exotic wood. Using wood from three of the many islands and giving it to him will unlock the lifetime wish.

Tender Moment

Leo will arrive and gives the player a Wood Statuette saying he wanted to give this to the player to show his thanks.

Romantic Moment

Upon achieving the highest ranking of the Yellow Heart, Rustold will contact will player through the phone and ask the player to meet him at the Town Square at 7 pm. He will take the player to Maplewood Forest and talk about the trees and the lumber that comes from it. He expresses how he desires to create rather than destroy and wants to make works of art instead of buildings. They then sit on the bench and he expresses his desire to make something amazing for the player.

Loving Moment

A Tender Moment is achieved after getting the highest form of the Magenta Heart. Rustold will call the player and invite him to the carpenters at 3 pm. Upon arriving, Rustold has a block of wood ready to carve and wishes to carve them both together. After finishing, he marvels at his work and desires to see the two venturing out and making the world a better place.

Pure Moment

Two seasons after being married, the player will enter the house in the evening which triggers a cut-scene where Rustold will mention that he looks forward to carving toys for his children. Surprised, he announces to the player that it's the best time to start having a family to which the player agrees.


Augustine

Augustine is the owner of Rosewood Galleries and, by all definitions, a high class man. He dresses richly and adorns both his house and gallery with expensive decorations. He moved to the island to share culture with the townsfolk and to elevate himself higher; viewing them as under him. However, he is considering moving back to the big city as he is tired of seeing people track in mud into his beautiful gallery.

  • Title: "The Aloof Artist"
  • Birthdate: Winter 10
  • Personality: Uncaring and largely aloof; he doesn't care much for anyone but himself and his money. He is very clever and understands the worlds and how it works.
  • Residence: Art Gallery
  • Likes: Money, Art, Gems, Jewels, Gold Ingots, Silver Ingots, Pearls, Black Pearls, Shining Crops, Alcohol
  • Dislikes: Fish, Flowers, Oil, Jam, Soil, Mushrooms, Seashells, Lumber
  • Can be found at: Art Gallery, Town Hall, Sunview Beach
  • Favorite Music: Experimental Music
  • Favorite Color: Silver

+Favorite Animal: Weasel

  • Favorite Magic: Money Magic
  • Rival: Skylar

Costumes

    • Warm Clothes (Worn in Spring and Summer)
    • Cold Clothes (Worn in Fall and Winter)
    • Rainjacket (Worn in rainy weather)
    • Swimsuit (Worn when at the beach)
    • Funeral (Worn during a funeral)
    • Wedding Suit (Worn during her wedding)
    • Formal Wear (Worn at weddings/ceremonies)
    • Pajamas (Worn at home during the night)
    • Kimono (Worn during certain festivals or events)
    • Ghost Costume (Worn during the Halloween Festival)
    • Season Costume (Santa outfit worn during the Gifting Festival)


Heart Magic

  • Animal Heart: The Sneaky Weasel: He wears a costume inspired by his favorite animal, the Weasel. Having him has a husband while wearing this costume, makes the Weasel happier and more prone to being affectionate if the player has the Weasel. Augustine will be around the Weasel more if he wears this outfit. This is unlocked once finding out his favorite animal by a special dialog box during the Animal Festival.
  • Warrior Heart: The Overpriced Guardian: Used in the Warrior Festival where he can either join the players team or be against it. He wears a silver suit of armor that has sensors attached to to that fire of energy whenever danger approaches. This outfit is unlocked after winning the festival with him on your team. Having him wear this outfit at at home causes stamina lost by weather to deduce by 10%.
  • Mage Heart: The Alchemist: Used in the Magic Festival, he is given magic on that causes him to transform object into money. He dons of a mage costume with gold flakes on it. It is unlocked if he participates in the festival along with the player. When worn at home, he can maximize money earned by selling items.
  • Adventurer Heart: The Burdened Adventurer: This outfit is worn if he accompanies the player to one of the islands or caverns. His special ability is that prices are 10% cheaper.. She is unable to wear this at home. It is unlocked the first time the player asks him to join him in going on an adventure.
  • Fashion Heart: The Fashion Pinnacle: Used in the Fashion Show, this outfit is only unlocked if they player had gotten his favorite color is a special dialog prompt previously and he places in the top 5 in the Fashion Show. When worn at home, it increases the rating of crops that he is nearby.
  • Idol Heart: The Top Talent:: This outfit is worn during the Music Festival which reflects his love of Experimental Music. It is a idol outfit that mixes pop fashion with an artistic flair. He performs within this outfit and, if he scores about a 80% (which can be affected by the player by getting others to cheer for him), the heart is unlocked. At home, wearing this outfit and allowing him to sing restores a bit of stamina.
  • Amiibo Heart: Tom Nook: This outfit is based off that of Tom Nook from the Animal Crossing franchise when the player uses the Tom Nook amiibo. It doesn't have any gameplay effect.

Lifetime Wish

Upon getting to the point of unlocking the Lifetime Wish, Augustine wishes to have the rare painting "The Treasured Painting". The player can find it on Mountain Island in the caves. Giving it to him causes him to be very and unlocks the lifetime wish.

Tender Moment

Augustine will arrive and gives the player an artwork and explains that he received this from a fan but wanted to pass this onto the player.

Romantic Moment

Upon achieving the highest ranking of the Yellow Heart, Augustine will contact will player through the phone and ask the player to meet him at the Town Square at 7 pm. He will take the player to Sunview Beach where he will pretend to take a picture of the ocean. He begins to talk about how art and money makes the world go around but, lately, he has been rethinking his approach and the reason for changing his world view is due to the player.

Loving Moment

A Tender Moment is achieved after getting the highest form of the Magenta Heart. Augustine will call the player and invite him to the gallery at 3 pm. He informs the player that, while he intends to buy and trade artwork, he intends to give half of his income to the poor and half of his artwork to various schools and institutions in the world. He asks the player to help gather the artwork. Afterwords, he thanks the player for showing him how to care for others and hopes that, someday, they can share the feelings.

Pure Moment

Two seasons after being married, the player will enter the house in the evening which triggers a cut-scene where Leo will mention that he looks forward to helping his children. Surprised, he announces to the player that it's the best time to start having a family to which the player agrees.


Matthew

Matthew is a career diver and can usually be found near Sunview Beach; diving into the water in search for seashells and treasure. He has many stories to tale of fighting off giant squids and man-eating sharks. He often says he spends more time diving than on land. He moved to the island due to it's famous diving spots but is considering moving to a more tropical location.

  • Title: "The Diving Dude"
  • Birthdate: Summer 3
  • Personality: Carefree and laid back, he enjoys diving and spending time in the water; diving. He is rather absent minded.
  • Residence: His house
  • Likes: Fish, seashells, seaweed, pearls, anything in the ocean, mushrooms
  • Dislikes: Flowers, Vegetables, Rice, Alcohol, juice, eggs, cheese, ores, jewels, gems, ingots
  • Can be found at: Sunview Beach, Sunview Port, the Museum
  • Favorite Music: Beach Music
  • Favorite Color: Aqua

+Favorite Animal: Beaver

  • Favorite Magic: Bubble Magic
  • Rival: Coral

Costumes

    • Warm Clothes (Worn in Spring and Summer)
    • Cold Clothes (Worn in Fall and Winter)
    • Rainjacket (Worn in rainy weather)
    • Swimsuit (Worn when at the beach)
    • Funeral (Worn during a funeral)
    • Wedding Suit (Worn during her wedding)
    • Formal Wear (Worn at weddings/ceremonies)
    • Pajamas (Worn at home during the night)
    • Kimono (Worn during certain festivals or events)
    • Dracula Costume (Worn during the Halloween Festival)
    • Season Costume (Santa outfit worn during the Gifting Festival)


Heart Magic

  • Animal Heart: The Bubbly Beaver: He wears a costume inspired by his favorite animal, the Beaver. Having him has a husband while wearing this costume, makes the Beaver happier and more prone to being affectionate if the player has the Beaver. Matthew will be around the Beaver more if he wears this outfit. This is unlocked once finding out his favorite animal by a special dialog box during the Animal Festival.
  • Warrior Heart: The Dive Trident: Used in the Warrior Festival where he can either join the players team or be against it. He wears a diving suit with seashell inspired armor on top while wielding a trident that can shoot out water. This outfit is unlocked after winning the festival with him on your team. Having him wear this outfit at at home causes the crops to retain water more.
  • Mage Heart: The Bubbler: Used in the Magic Festival, he is given magic on that causes him to create water bubbles from thus air. He dons of a mage costume with bubble patterns on it. It is unlocked if he participates in the festival along with the player. When worn at home, he can cause animals to be washed when nearby.
  • Adventurer Heart: The Thirsty Diver: This outfit is worn if he accompanies the player to one of the islands or caverns. His special ability is that the player no longer becomes thirsty. He is unable to wear this at home. It is unlocked the first time the player asks him to join him in going on an adventure.
  • Fashion Heart: The Diva Diver: Used in the Fashion Show, this outfit is only unlocked if they player had gotten his favorite color is a special dialog prompt previously and he places in the top 5 in the Fashion Show. When worn at home, it increases the rating of crops that he is nearby.
  • Idol Heart: The Singing Swimmer: This outfit is worn during the Music Festival which reflects his love of Beach Music. It is a idol outfit that mixes pop fashion with a beach theme. He performs within this outfit and, if he scores about a 80% (which can be affected by the player by getting others to cheer for him), the heart is unlocked. At home, wearing this outfit and allowing him to sing restores a bit of stamina.
  • Amiibo Heart: Wii Fit Trainer: This outfit is based off that of Wii Fit Trainer male from the Wii Fit franchise when the player uses the Wii Fit Trainer amiibo. It doesn't have any gameplay effect.

Lifetime Wish

Upon getting to the point of unlocking the Lifetime Wish, Matthew wishes to discover the Giant Isopod which is made possible by diving in the ocean and picking it up. In order to do so, the player needs to the Golden Diving Suit. Upon getting the Giant Isopod, the player can give it to Matthew to unlock the Lifetime Wish.

Tender Moment

Matthew will arrive and gives the player a pearl and states he found it while diving and thought of the player.

Romantic Moment

Upon achieving the highest ranking of the Yellow Heart, Matthew will contact will player through the phone and ask the player to meet him at the Town Square at 7 pm. He will take the player to Sunview Beach and walk along the waves; talking about how diving has its sense of mysteries and secrets. He picks up a seashell and shows it off to the player stating how cool it is. Later, the two are sitting on the bench with Matthew saying he wants to take the player diving some day.

Loving Moment

A Tender Moment is achieved after getting the highest form of the Magenta Heart. Matthew will call the player and invite him to the beach at 3 pm. Upon arriving, he tells the player they will go diving to look for sea shells. Together, they go diving; looking for sea shells and collecting them. The player, however, gets her foot caught in a giant clam so the Matthew manages to pull it out. Sitting the beach, Matthew says how much fun it was and how he wants to share the moment with the player again.

Pure Moment

Two seasons after being married, the player will enter the house in the evening which triggers a cut-scene where Matthew will mention that he looks forward to teaching his children how to dive. Surprised, he announces to the player that it's the best time to start having a family to which the player agrees.


Reginald

Reginald is the butler for the mayor and lives to serve them. His teacher, Archibold served the previous mayors before him but sadly passed away; making him the main butler to the mayor family. While he is still young, he is seen as the shining symbol of a butler. He would never think of leaving the family but is concerned he is unable to find a student on the island. He is considering leaving the island in search of a successor to teach.

  • Title: "The Eternal Butler"
  • Birthdate: Fall 17
  • Personality: Patient, quiet, composed, and rigid. He lives for his work and constantly present the image of a butler. He is very prideful of his work and doesn't deviate.
  • Residence: Town Hall
  • Likes: Carrots, Wine, Milk, Eggs, Flowers, Cooked meals, Fish, Gems, Jewels, Coffee, Tea
  • Dislikes: Ingots, Ores, Seashells, Mayonnaise, Weeds, Insects, Sugar
  • Can be found at: Mayor's Residence, Town Square, Sunview Town
  • Favorite Music: Opera Music
  • Favorite Color: Orange

+Favorite Animal: Goat

  • Favorite Magic: Star Magic
  • Rival: Victoria

Costumes

    • Warm Clothes (Worn in Spring and Summer)
    • Cold Clothes (Worn in Fall and Winter)
    • Rainjacket (Worn in rainy weather)
    • Swimsuit (Worn when at the beach)
    • Funeral (Worn during a funeral)
    • Wedding Suit (Worn during her wedding)
    • Formal Wear (Worn at weddings/ceremonies)
    • Pajamas (Worn at home during the night)
    • Kimono (Worn during certain festivals or events)
    • Ninja Costume (Worn during the Halloween Festival)
    • Season Costume (Santa outfit worn during the Gifting Festival)


Heart Magic

  • Animal Heart: The Generous Goat: He wears a costume inspired by his favorite animal, the Goat. Having him as a husband while wearing this costume, makes the Goats happier and more prone to being affectionate if the player has the Goats. Reginald will be around the Goats more if he wears this outfit. This is unlocked once finding out his favorite animal by a special dialog box during the Animal Festival.
  • Warrior Heart: The Battle Butler: Used in the Warrior Festival where he can either join the players team or be against it. He wears a butler outfit while wielding a large duster that can produce wind. This outfit is unlocked after winning the festival with him on your team. Having him wear this outfit at at home causes appliances and furniture to not wear down.
  • Mage Heart: The Star Server: Used in the Magic Festival, he is given magic on that causes anyone to become happy when he helps them. He dons of a mage costume with stars on it. It is unlocked if he participates in the festival along with the player. When worn at home, he can cause animals to become happy by being near them.
  • Adventurer Heart: The Exploring Heir: This outfit is worn if he accompanies the player to one of the islands or caverns. His special ability is that he will carry up to 4 objects for the player. He is unable to wear this at home. It is unlocked the first time the player asks him to join him in going on an adventure.
  • Fashion Heart: The Fashion Butler: Used in the Fashion Show, this outfit is only unlocked if they player had gotten his favorite color is a special dialog prompt previously and he places in the top 5 in the Fashion Show. When worn at home, it increases the rating of crops that he is nearby.
  • Idol Heart: The Sensational Servant: This outfit is worn during the Music Festival which reflects his love of Opera Music. It is a idol outfit that mixes pop fashion with a butler theme. He performs within this outfit and, if he scores about a 80% (which can be affected by the player by getting others to cheer for him), the heart is unlocked. At home, wearing this outfit and allowing him to sing restores a bit of stamina.
  • Amiibo Heart: Ness: This outfit is based off that of Ness from the Earth Bound franchise when the player uses the Ness amiibo. It doesn't have any gameplay effect.

Lifetime Wish

Upon getting to the point of unlocking the Lifetime Wish, Reginald expresses a desire to find the mayor's heirloom, the Mayoral Jewel. He states that is located deep in the Mt. Cloudyhead mine but recovering it will bring the mayor's family back to a high reputation. Once the player manages to find the jewel, he takes it Reginald and can unlock the Lifetime Wish.

Tender Moment

Reginald will arrive and gives the player a herb fish stating that he was cooking for the family but made extra and wanted to share it with the player.

Romantic Moment

Upon achieving the highest ranking of the Yellow Heart, Reginald will contact will player through the phone and ask the player to meet him at the Town Square at 7 pm. Upon arriving, he takes the player to Town Hall where he shows the player a map of the town; stating that the town has really evolved since then. Reginald shares how he is in a direct line of butlers. Reginald shows the player the pictures of previous butlers. Afterwords, they are sit at the Town Hall and Reginald expresses an interest in sharing the history with her.

Loving Moment

A Tender Moment is achieved after getting the highest form of the Magenta Heart. Reginald will call the player and invite him to the Town Hall at 3 pm. Upon arriving, he asks the player to help him clean the town hall. The player helps out with sweeping and wiping down floors. However, the player discovers a wrapped box in the stairwell and, upon opening it, find a box with pictures of a little boy and an older man in butler clothes. Reginald sees this and begins to tear up; stating that was his departed teacher and who brought him in even though he was an orphan. Thanking the the player for finding this treasure, he wishes to share more of his history with the player and feels grateful to have gotten close together.

Pure Moment

Two seasons after being married, the player will enter the house in the evening which triggers a cut-scene where Reginald will mention that he looks forward to serving his children. Surprised, he announces to the player that it's the best time to start having a family to which the player agrees.


Hayashi

Hayashi helps run the Bait Shop with his father, Hayato. He loves fishing and spends his time on the river. He is a calm person that let's life pass by like a river. As a result, he doesn't have any ambition and often seen as a slacker. His father understands his sons temperament and doesn't interfere with it. He daydreams of fishing in the Nile or the Mekong; landing a huge fish.

  • Title: "The Fishing Fanatic"
  • Birthdate: Spring 23
  • Personality: Calm, relaxed, and allows life to flow past. While concerned, he doesn't often get flustered by trivial things.
  • Residence: The Bait and Tackle shop
  • Likes: Fish, tackles, bait, watermelons, seashells,s ea creatures, sea weeds, tea, cooked fish (without oil)
  • Dislikes: Jewels, chocolate, coffee, sweets, flowers, cooked fish (with oil)
  • Can be found at: The Bait and Tackle, River Run, Sunview Port, Sunview Beach, Maplewood Lake
  • Favorite Music: Blues Music
  • Favorite Color: Light Green

+Favorite Animal: Lizard

  • Favorite Magic: Fish Magic
  • Rival: Chloe

Costumes

    • Warm Clothes (Worn in Spring and Summer)
    • Cold Clothes (Worn in Fall and Winter)
    • Rainjacket (Worn in rainy weather)
    • Swimsuit (Worn when at the beach)
    • Funeral (Worn during a funeral)
    • Wedding Suit (Worn during her wedding)
    • Formal Wear (Worn at weddings/ceremonies)
    • Pajamas (Worn at home during the night)
    • Kimono (Worn during certain festivals or events)
    • Kappa Costume (Worn during the Halloween Festival)
    • Season Costume (Santa outfit worn during the Gifting Festival)


Heart Magic

  • Animal Heart: The Fishing Lizard: He wears a costume inspired by his favorite animal, the Lizard. Having him has a husband while wearing this costume, makes the Lizard happier and more prone to being affectionate if the player has the Lizard. Hayashi will be around the Lizard more if he wears this outfit. This is unlocked once finding out his favorite animal by a special dialog box during the Animal Festival.
  • Warrior Heart: The Fishmonger: Used in the Warrior Festival where he can either join the players team or be against it. He wears a fishing outfit with armor as well as long fishing line that he wields as a whip. This outfit is unlocked after winning the festival with him on your team. Having him wear this outfit at at home causes the food to last longer in the pond
  • Mage Heart: The Fisher Wisher: Used in the Magic Festival, he is given magic on that causes him to transform objects into fish. He dons of a mage costume with fish patterns on it. It is unlocked if he participates in the festival along with the player. When worn at home, he can a fish to raise in level.
  • Adventurer Heart: The Fisher Pioneer: This outfit is worn if he accompanies the player to one of the islands or caverns. His special ability is that rarer fish become available when he comes with the player. He is unable to wear this at home. It is unlocked the first time the player asks him to join him in going on an adventure.
  • Fashion Heart: The Flashy Fisherman: Used in the Fashion Show, this outfit is only unlocked if they player had gotten his favorite color is a special dialog prompt previously and he places in the top 5 in the Fashion Show. When worn at home, it increases the rating of crops that he is nearby.
  • Idol Heart: The Bait and Tackle: This outfit is worn during the Music Festival which reflects his love of Blues Music. It is a idol outfit that mixes pop fashion with a fishing theme. He performs within this outfit and, if he scores about a 80% (which can be affected by the player by getting others to cheer for him), the heart is unlocked. At home, wearing this outfit and allowing him to sing restores a bit of stamina.
  • Amiibo Heart: Sheik: This outfit is based off that of Sheik from the The Legend of Zelda franchise when the player uses the Sheik amiibo. It doesn't have any gameplay effect.

Lifetime Wish

Upon getting to the point of unlocking the Lifetime Wish, Hayashi wishes to find the Mountain King, a fish located deep in the mines of Mt. Cloudyhead. Upon arriving to the deep underground lake, the player can use the Fishing Rod to fish it. Upon getting it, the player can take it to Hayashi to unlock the Lifetime Wish.

Tender Moment

Matthew will arrive and gives the player a King Salmon (regardless of the season) and states he wanted to share his daily catch with the player.

Romantic Moment

Upon achieving the highest ranking of the Yellow Heart, Hayashi will contact will player through the phone and ask the player to meet him at the Town Square at 7 pm. He will take the player to River Run where he will put his hands int he water; saying all things require water to survive. He says that fishing is his life but often feels bad for the fish. The player reassures Hayashi much to his relief. Hayashi thanks the player and says that he wants to go fishing with the player some day.

Loving Moment

A Loving Moment is achieved after getting the highest form of the Magenta Heart. Hayashi will call the player and invite him to River Run at 3 pm. Upon arriving, he tells the player they will go fishing together. They begin competing who can catch the best fish by sundown. They talk and joke while they fish until sundown. Hayashi of course wins the contest but he said it doesn't really matter since he feels they have become closer. He thanks the player and wants the player to win next time.

Pure Moment

Two seasons after being married, the player will enter the house in the evening which triggers a cut-scene where Matthew will mention that he looks forward to teaching his children how to fish. Surprised, he announces to the player that it's the best time to start having a family to which the player agrees.

James

James helps run the Grand Old Lodge with his family though he truly wishes to move to the big city. He is rather hot tempered and restless; often walking around the woods in search of trouble. He likes to pull pranks on people due to his boredom. He often says that he would be gone in a flash if he could get a ticket off the island and thinks the protagonist is an idiot for coming to this island.

  • Title: "The Youthful Rebel"
  • Birthdate: Summer 18
  • Personality: Hot tempered and restless, dislikes living on the island. Seen as being too rebellious and mean to others but really cares for people; even if he doesn't seem to.
  • Residence: Grand Ol Lodge
  • Likes: Alcohol, Jewels, Jewelery, Ingots, Gems, Pizza, Hamburgers, Coffee, Expensive things
  • Dislikes: Vegetables, Poor things, fish, sea treasures, eggs, uncool things
  • Can be found at: Grand Old Lodge, Sunview Beach, Sunview Port, Sunview Town
  • Favorite Music: Punk Music
  • Favorite Color: Gold

+Favorite Animal: Tanuki

  • Favorite Magic: Lightning Magic
  • Rival: Isabelle

Costumes

    • Warm Clothes (Worn in Spring and Summer)
    • Cold Clothes (Worn in Fall and Winter)
    • Rainjacket (Worn in rainy weather)
    • Swimsuit (Worn when at the beach)
    • Funeral (Worn during a funeral)
    • Wedding Suit (Worn during her wedding)
    • Formal Wear (Worn at weddings/ceremonies)
    • Pajamas (Worn at home during the night)
    • Kimono (Worn during certain festivals or events)
    • Samurai Costume (Worn during the Halloween Festival)
    • Season Costume (Santa outfit worn during the Gifting Festival)


Heart Magic

  • Animal Heart: The Heartless Tanuki: He wears a costume inspired by his favorite animal, the Tanuki. Having him has a husband while wearing this costume, makes the Tanuki happier and more prone to being affectionate if the player has the Tanuki. James will be around the Tanuki more if he wears this outfit. This is unlocked once finding out his favorite animal by a special dialog box during the Animal Festival.
  • Warrior Heart: The Gunslinger: Used in the Warrior Festival where he can either join the players team or be against it. He wears a golden cloak with armor and wields two golden pistols. This outfit is unlocked after winning the festival with him on your team. Having him wear this outfit at at home causes the items shipped to have 10% more money attached to it.
  • Mage Heart: The Thunder Mage: Used in the Magic Festival, he is given magic on that causes him to summon lightning. He dons of a mage costume with lightning bolt patterns on it. It is unlocked if he participates in the festival along with the player. When worn at home, he can cause makers to produce much faster than before.
  • Adventurer Heart: The Bullish Bully: This outfit is worn if he accompanies the player to one of the islands or caverns. His special ability is that any treasure recovered can become rare upon being unearthed. He is unable to wear this at home. It is unlocked the first time the player asks him to join him in going on an adventure.
  • Fashion Heart: The Party Animal: Used in the Fashion Show, this outfit is only unlocked if they player had gotten his favorite color is a special dialog prompt previously and he places in the top 5 in the Fashion Show. When worn at home, it increases the rating of crops that he is nearby.
  • Idol Heart: The Punkish Idol: This outfit is worn during the Music Festival which reflects his love of Punk Music. It is a idol outfit that mixes pop fashion with a rebel/bad boy theme. He performs within this outfit and, if he scores about a 80% (which can be affected by the player by getting others to cheer for him), the heart is unlocked. At home, wearing this outfit and allowing him to sing restores a bit of stamina.
  • Amiibo Heart: Shulk: This outfit is based off that of Shulk from the Xenoblade franchise when the player uses the Shulk amiibo. It doesn't have any gameplay effect.

Lifetime Wish

Upon getting to the point of unlocking the Lifetime Wish, James wants to know what life is like off from the island, Taking him along to five different islands (story islands or quest islands) will unlock the Lifetime Wish.

Tender Moment

James will arrive and gives the player a Shining Wine stating that he found this at the Grand Old Lodge and feels the players could use some R & R from working an have a drink.

Romantic Moment

Upon achieving the highest ranking of the Yellow Heart, James will contact will player through the phone and ask the player to meet him at the Town Square at 7 pm. He will take the player to Goysenberry Cafe and gives the player a drink. He says that everyone on the island doesn't like him but the player seems to do which confuses him. He also drinks with the player. Later, he thanks the player for talking to him and, perhaps, he can become more personable to the people on the island. He tells the player he would like to meet up again for a drink.

Loving Moment

A Loving Moment is achieved after getting the highest form of the Magenta Heart. James will call the player and invite him to Grand Old Lodge at 3 pm. Upon arriving, he asks the player to have a seat and serves the player a meal he cooked as well as some wine. He tells the player he wants to work hard to change himself and feels thankful for the players support. Upon eating it, the player finds it to be disgusting; much to James laughters. He asks for more support from the player and hopes one day to become a man she wants him to be.

Pure Moment

Two seasons after being married, the player will enter the house in the evening which triggers a cut-scene where James will mention that he looks forward to helping out his children with their problems. Surprised, he announces to the player that it's the best time to start having a family to which the player agrees.


Shiloh

Shiloh helps his uncles in the refinery. He loves his job and hopes to become world famous someday. He loves digging through mines and find precious stones and gems. However, he lacks the expertise of his uncles and often fails at making jewelry from the gems he makes leading him to become depressed about it. He feels ashamed to ask of this but he wishes to be transferred to another mine as he thinks his uncles are teaching him what he should know.

  • Title: "The Pure Craftsman"
  • Birthdate: Winter 16
  • Personality: Quiet and easily embarrassed but head-strong and dedicated. Very loyal and protective of those he cares about.
  • Residence: Refinery
  • Likes: Ingots, Ores, Gems, Jewels, Jewelry, Stones, Fish, Herbs, Flowers, Milk, Eggs, Honey
  • Dislikes: Seashells, Cheese, Roots, Insects, Fruits
  • Can be found at: Refinery, Maplewood Forest, Mines
  • Favorite Music: Oldies Music
  • Favorite Color: Gray

+Favorite Animal: Wild Boar

  • Favorite Magic: Earth Magic
  • Rival: Momo

Costumes

    • Warm Clothes (Worn in Spring and Summer)
    • Cold Clothes (Worn in Fall and Winter)
    • Rainjacket (Worn in rainy weather)
    • Swimsuit (Worn when at the beach)
    • Funeral (Worn during a funeral)
    • Wedding Suit (Worn during her wedding)
    • Formal Wear (Worn at weddings/ceremonies)
    • Pajamas (Worn at home during the night)
    • Kimono (Worn during certain festivals or events)
    • Superhero Costume (Worn during the Halloween Festival)
    • Season Costume (Santa outfit worn during the Gifting Festival)


Heart Magic

  • Animal Heart: The Crushing Boar: He wears a costume inspired by his favorite animal, the Wild Boar. Having him has a husband while wearing this costume, makes the Wild Boar happier and more prone to being affectionate if the player has the Wild Boar. Shiloh will be around the Wild Boar more if he wears this outfit. This is unlocked once finding out his favorite animal by a special dialog box during the Animal Festival.
  • Warrior Heart: The Hammerman: Used in the Warrior Festival where he can either join the players team or be against it. He wears an armor made of solid rock and wields a huge rock hammer. This outfit is unlocked after winning the festival with him on your team. Having him wear this outfit at at home causes the rocks broken on the field to gain 10% more stone.
  • Mage Heart: The Earthen Wizard: Used in the Magic Festival, he is given magic on that causes him raise of earth from the ground. He dons of a mage costume with stone patterns on it. It is unlocked if he participates in the festival along with the player. When worn at home, he can cause rocks to be raised from the ground for the player to break them.
  • Adventurer Heart: The Ore Hunter: This outfit is worn if he accompanies the player to one of the islands or caverns. His special ability is that any rocks or jewels smashes have the chance of yielding a rarer ore or gem. He is unable to wear this at home. It is unlocked the first time the player asks him to join him in going on an adventure.
  • Fashion Heart: The Shy Smasher: Used in the Fashion Show, this outfit is only unlocked if they player had gotten his favorite color is a special dialog prompt previously and he places in the top 5 in the Fashion Show. When worn at home, it increases the rating of crops that he is nearby.
  • Idol Heart: The Labor Idol: This outfit is worn during the Music Festival which reflects his love of Oldies Music. It is a idol outfit that mixes pop fashion with a laborer theme. He performs within this outfit and, if he scores about a 80% (which can be affected by the player by getting others to cheer for him), the heart is unlocked. At home, wearing this outfit and allowing him to sing restores a bit of stamina.
  • Amiibo Heart: Ganondorf: This outfit is based off that of Ganondorf from the The Legend of Zelda franchise when the player uses the Ganondorf amiibo. It doesn't have any gameplay effect.

Lifetime Wish

Upon getting to the point of unlocking the Lifetime Wish, Shiloh wishes to create the strongest hammer in the world and requires three types of herbs, a flawless copper, silver, and golden ingot, and a 15 Stone. Upon giving it to him, the Lifetime Wish is unlocked.

Tender Moment

Shiloh will arrive and gives the player a Flawless Gold Ingot to the player saying that he found and refined it for the sole purpose of giving it to the player.

Romantic Moment

Upon achieving the highest ranking of the Yellow Heart, Shiloh will contact will player through the phone and ask the player to meet him at the Town Square at 7 pm. He will take the player to the Refinery and show her the process of making gems to jewels. He shows several of the jewels he made and allows her to try some on. They then sit on a bench facing the mountain and expresses his desire to make a beautiful jewelery for the player.

Loving Moment

A Loving Moment is achieved after getting the highest form of the Magenta Heart. Shiloh will call the player and invite him to Mt. Cloudyhead Mine at 3 pm. Upon arriving, he tells the player he found the most perfect Ruby ever but requires the love from th player to truly make it shine. He says they should refine it together at the Refinery. While refining it, a bond connects between the two and the jewel begins to shine. Afterwords, he gives it to the player to wear and expresses a desire to see her wear it some day.

Pure Moment

Two seasons after being married, the player will enter the house in the evening which triggers a cut-scene where James will mention that he looks forward to teaching his children how to mine. Surprised, he announces to the player that it's the best time to start having a family to which the player agrees.

Avery

Avery helps run the Cirrus Ranch with his family though he often slacks on his duties. He enjoys the ranching life and working especially with horses. He is really good at horse riding and wants to become a world class jockey someday. His father says it's not a good job though and ranching is more reliable. He agrees with his father but he still dreams of leaving to seek his fortune in races.

  • Title: "The Day Dreaming Rancher"
  • Birthdate: Fall 4
  • Personality: Easy going yet passionate for racing. He loves animals and interacting with them but he also sees them as a money maker. He often day dreams.
  • Residence: Ranch
  • Likes: Milk, Eggs, Wool, Carrots, Grains, Milkshakes, Ice Cream, Flowers
  • Dislikes: Ores or Gems, Fish, Insects, Alcohol, Oil
  • Can be found at: The ranch, Stratus Pastures, Nimbus Windmills, River Run
  • Favorite Music: Swing Music
  • Favorite Color: Dark Red

+Favorite Animal: Horse

  • Favorite Magic: Speed Magic
  • Rival: Summer

Costumes

    • Warm Clothes (Worn in Spring and Summer)
    • Cold Clothes (Worn in Fall and Winter)
    • Rainjacket (Worn in rainy weather)
    • Swimsuit (Worn when at the beach)
    • Funeral (Worn during a funeral)
    • Wedding Suit (Worn during her wedding)
    • Formal Wear (Worn at weddings/ceremonies)
    • Pajamas (Worn at home during the night)
    • Kimono (Worn during certain festivals or events)
    • Prince Costume (Worn during the Halloween Festival)
    • Season Costume (Santa outfit worn during the Gifting Festival)


Heart Magic

  • Animal Heart: The Speedy Horse: He wears a costume inspired by his favorite animal, the Horse. Having him has a husband while wearing this costume, makes the Horse happier and more prone to being affectionate if the player has Horses. Avery will be around the Horse more if he wears this outfit. This is unlocked once finding out his favorite animal by a special dialog box during the Animal Festival.
  • Warrior Heart: The Quickster: Used in the Warrior Festival where he can either join the players team or be against it. He wears a western cowboy outfit with armor and wields two small daggers. This outfit is unlocked after winning the festival with him on your team. Having him wear this outfit at at home causes plants to produce fruit a bit faster.
  • Mage Heart: The Speed Mage: Used in the Magic Festival, he is given magic on that causes him to move at quick speeds. He dons of a mage costume with horseshoe print patterns on it. It is unlocked if he participates in the festival along with the player. When worn at home, he can make check, milk, brush, and trim the livestock faster.
  • Adventurer Heart: The Speed Runner: This outfit is worn if he accompanies the player to one of the islands or caverns. His special ability is that the player moves at faster speeds. He is unable to wear this at home. It is unlocked the first time the player asks him to join him in going on an adventure.
  • Fashion Heart: The Classic Cowboy: Used in the Fashion Show, this outfit is only unlocked if they player had gotten his favorite color is a special dialog prompt previously and he places in the top 5 in the Fashion Show. When worn at home, it increases the rating of crops that he is nearby.
  • Idol Heart: The Homegrown Favorite: This outfit is worn during the Music Festival which reflects his love of Swing Music. It is a idol outfit that mixes pop fashion with a cowboy/swing theme. He performs within this outfit and, if he scores about a 80% (which can be affected by the player by getting others to cheer for him), the heart is unlocked. At home, wearing this outfit and allowing him to sing restores a bit of stamina.
  • Amiibo Heart: King Dedede: This outfit is based off that of King Dedede from the Kirby franchise when the player uses the King Dedede amiibo. It doesn't have any gameplay effect.

Lifetime Wish

Upon getting to the point of unlocking the Lifetime Wish, Avery will wish to race the player in a horse race. Regardless if the player wins or loses, completing it will unlock the Lifetime Wish.

Tender Moment

Avery will arrive and gives the player a Shining Milk saying that one of the ranch's cows produced the milk.

Romantic Moment

Upon achieving the highest ranking of the Yellow Heart, Avery will contact will player through the phone and ask the player to meet him at the Town Square at 7 pm. He will take the player to Stratus Pastures and talk about taking care of animals and how they are dependent on them. He says that love between animals is like love between humans and a connection needs to be made. Afterwords, they sit on a bench facing the pastures and he desires to help the player take care of the animals on the island.

Loving Moment

A Loving Moment is achieved after getting the highest form of the Magenta Heart. Avery will call the player and invite him to Ranch at 3 pm. Upon arriving, he will ask the player to ride with him with the players horse. They will ride about the ranch and Avery will say he has now valued animals as both companions as well as a necessity of life and is not longer interested in the fames and riches of horse riding. He thanks the player for showing him the value of animal life and hopes one day to share it together.

Pure Moment

Two seasons after being married, the player will enter the house in the evening which triggers a cut-scene where Avery will mention that he looks forward to showing his children how to care for animals. Surprised, he announces to the player that it's the best time to start having a family to which the player agrees.


Ronald

Ronald helps his teacher, Gabel, in researching mysterious temples and ruins. He enjoys working with his teacher but he wishes to settle down in one location instead of moving every where. After moving to Sunglass Island, he wishes to stay there and explore the island instead of moving far away again.

  • Title: "The Restless Scholar"
  • Birthdate: Summer 9
  • Personality: Scholarly and studious, he constantly asks questions and looks for answers. He is rather restless and is unable to sit idly by without researching or investigating,
  • Residence: Gabel's house
  • Likes: Books, Flowers, Ores, Ingots, Gems, Jewels, treasures, artifacts, pottery, milk
  • Dislikes: Herbs, Fish, Wine, Eggs, Mayonnaise, sea food
  • Can be found at: Gabel's House, Mt. Cloudyhead, Cemetery
  • Favorite Music: Electronic Music
  • Favorite Color: Purple

+Favorite Animal: Monkey

  • Favorite Magic: Book Magic
  • Rival: Tina

Costumes

    • Warm Clothes (Worn in Spring and Summer)
    • Cold Clothes (Worn in Fall and Winter)
    • Rainjacket (Worn in rainy weather)
    • Swimsuit (Worn when at the beach)
    • Funeral (Worn during a funeral)
    • Wedding Suit (Worn during her wedding)
    • Formal Wear (Worn at weddings/ceremonies)
    • Pajamas (Worn at home during the night)
    • Kimono (Worn during certain festivals or events)
    • Viking Costume (Worn during the Halloween Festival)
    • Season Costume (Santa outfit worn during the Gifting Festival)


Heart Magic

  • Animal Heart: The Worrisome Monkey: He wears a costume inspired by his favorite animal, the Monkey. Having him has a husband while wearing this costume, makes the Monkey happier and more prone to being affectionate if the player has the Monkey. Ronald will be around the Monkey more if he wears this outfit. This is unlocked once finding out his favorite animal by a special dialog box during the Animal Festival.
  • Warrior Heart: The Pagemaster: Used in the Warrior Festival where he can either join the players team or be against it. He wears long robes with armor and carries a book that can use pages for attacks. This outfit is unlocked after winning the festival with him on your team. Having him wear this outfit at at home causes skill books to gain 10% more skill when read.
  • Mage Heart: The Bibliomancer: Used in the Magic Festival, he is given magic on that causes him access knowledge via magic. He dons of a mage costume with book patterns on it. It is unlocked if he participates in the festival along with the player. When worn at home, the player can raise the rating of jewels and ores as well as refined forms.
  • Adventurer Heart: The Researching Assistant: This outfit is worn if he accompanies the player to one of the islands or caverns. His special ability is can raise the rating of an item upon being picked up. He is unable to wear this at home. It is unlocked the first time the player asks him to join him in going on an adventure.
  • Fashion Heart: The Formal Gown: Used in the Fashion Show, this outfit is only unlocked if they player had gotten his favorite color is a special dialog prompt previously and he places in the top 5 in the Fashion Show. When worn at home, it increases the rating of crops that he is nearby.
  • Idol Heart: The Bookish Performer: This outfit is worn during the Music Festival which reflects his love of Electronic Music. It is a idol outfit that mixes pop fashion with a professor theme. He performs within this outfit and, if he scores about a 80% (which can be affected by the player by getting others to cheer for him), the heart is unlocked. At home, wearing this outfit and allowing him to sing restores a bit of stamina.
  • Amiibo Heart: Robin: This outfit is based off that of Robin from the Fire Emblem franchise when the player uses the Robin amiibo. It doesn't have any gameplay effect.

Lifetime Wish

Upon getting to the point of unlocking the Lifetime Wish, Ronald would like to read the "Annals of Sunglass Island" which is located deep in the Mt. Cloudyhead Mine. Once the player retrieves it, they can give it to Ronald to unlock the Lifetime Wish.

Tender Moment

Ronald will arrive and gives the player a Gold Amulet, saying he found in in one of the mines and wished to give it to the player.

Romantic Moment

Upon achieving the highest ranking of the Yellow Heart, Ronald will contact will player through the phone and ask the player to meet him at the Town Square at 7 pm. He will take the player to the Library and show her a collection of books detailing the history of the island; stating he is amazed how rich the culture here is and that he feels he found a great place to life. Afterwords, they sit on a bench in the library and he tells the player he wishes to discover the mysteries of the island together.

Loving Moment

A Loving Moment is achieved after getting the highest form of the Magenta Heart. Ronald will call the player and invite him to Mt. Cloudyhead Mine at 3 pm. Upon arriving, he tells the player they will begin searching for a historical artifact within the mine. After talking while digging, he finally unearths it much to his amazement, Upon reading the inscription, he is amazed to find that anyone who touches the tablet with the person they love will be blessed eternally. He tells the player that he hopes for this to come true some day.

Pure Moment

Two seasons after being married, the player will enter the house in the evening which triggers a cut-scene where Ronald will mention that he looks forward to studying with his children. Surprised, he announces to the player that it's the best time to start having a family to which the player agrees.


Villagers

Sunview Town

Commercial Island

  • Tulip: A middle-aged women. She is kind and motherly despite not having children of her own.
  • Petunia: An elderly lady and Tulip's mother. She is also very kind and hands out advice gladly.
  • Lionel: An expert baker but rather strict to his children.
  • Leo: See his section.
  • Leah: A 5th grader, she enjoys helping out in the bakery but tends to steal bread to give to hungry cats.
  • Curtis: A famous chef whose food is said to be top notch. He is middle aged.
  • Samantha: See her section.
  • Rusty: A gruff, older man who only says what needs to be said.
  • Rustold: See his section.
  • Rustin: He wishes to be like his father so he often skips school to work.
  • Rustark: A mischievous child who often gets his father angry,
  • Darmon: Set in his ways; he has a unique process to blacksmithing that he refuses to teach to anyone.
  • Sherry: She runs the clothing store with her mom but is gone during the day to go to high school in the city.
  • Lindia: A patient women who is happy to knit the entire day. She is said to have a sickness.
  • Summer: See her section.
  • Denny: Often stressed out with running the grocery; he loves his family though.
  • Mary: He often tries to relieve her husbands stress and is patient albeit scary when angered.
  • Emily: Classmate to Sherry; they go to the same high school.
  • Tyler: A 7th grader who goes to the Sunview School. He dislikes studying and wants to become a gangster.
  • Sid: A 2nd grader. He loves his mother but often gets everything in the house dirty.
  • Maxwell: A flamboyant young man who always poses as he talks.
  • Maxine: A flamboyant young women with tan skin who also poses when she talks.
  • Augustine: See his section.
  • Melinda: A grouchy old lady who often shuffles when she walks and grumbles about the other villagers.
  • Jet: A handsome young man who has a perfect smile.
  • Pearl: A pretty young lady who has a perfect smile.
  • Donny: A kind older man who loves to drive carriages.
  • Noyle: He is in 4th grade. He is easy going and loves his grandfather.
  • Sabrina: A young women who is said to be able to communicate with spirits and tell fortunes. She keeps to herself.

Residency Island

  • Mayor Dewberg: A stern man with little humor. He doesn't often allow his emotions to show.
  • Delina: A kind hearted lady that carries herself highly.
  • Victoria: See her section.
  • Reginald: See his section.
  • Maurice: Unlike Dewberg, Maurice is an easy going and cheerful man who gives advice when needed.
  • Annabel: Often worries about her granddaughter being out in the woods.
  • Chase: He often goes to work in the city and comes back on the weekends. H is a busy office worker.
  • Kelly: She manages the household in her husbands absence. She is said to be a super mom.
  • Bobby: A 4th grader. He loves insects and bugs.
  • Sandy: A 2nd grader, she hates insects and bugs.
  • Matthew: See his section.
  • Isabelle: See her section.
  • Jenny: An older lady who talks very quickly and loves to gossip.
  • Jack: A younger man who is seen as having an eccentric personality. He is often seen as a nerd.
  • Jill: Much like her brother, she has an eccentric personality and often goes on tangents.
  • Booker: An older gentlemen who manages the library. He loves reading books.
  • Allison: A younger lady who is stressed by her work load. She often appears tired and despondent.
  • Officer Carl: An elderly gentlemen who doesn't seem fit in maintaining security on the island by himself.
  • Malvin: A middle aged post office worker. He is often seen as being normal.
  • Mandy: Helps run the post office. She manages the front desk and is kind and helpful.
  • Becker: A carefree soul who often delegates his work to Allison and spends his time sleeping on his desk.
  • Gabel: An historian that researches the island and it's mysterious. He is deeply concerned about The Diety.
  • Ronald: See his profile.

Administrative Island

  • Dr. Ken: An older man who believes himself to be an authority on medicine. He dislikes his nurse Tina to an extent.
  • Tina: See her section.
  • Father Caleb: A nice older man who gives advice when needed and listening ear to those who have something to say.
  • Oliver: The Guild Master, he is gruff and a man of few words. He has great pride in his building and guild.
  • Michel: A foreign lady who often speaks broken English. She is seen as being rather strange.

Sunview Beach

  • Surf: Comes to the island in summers. He is a body builder and a good surfer.
  • Turf: Comes to the island in summers. He is a party dude and enjoys surfing.

Sunview Port

  • Captain Barnacle: A man of few words but has plenty of stories to tell. He lost his leg to a crocodile apparently.
  • Coral: See her section.

Isabelle's Wraith

  • Scurvy: A large man of big girth. He has a loud mouth and is seen as being rather dim-witted. He is the muscle.
  • Nobeard: A skinny man who manages the crews budget. He tries to grow a bear like the others but can't.
  • Ticker: The brains of the crew. He charts the ships movements. He often hiccups as he talks.
  • Peon: The newest member to the crew. He is often regulated to menial tasks which he hates.

River Run

  • Buckner: A kind man who is content living where he does He has been on the island for a long time.
  • Hayato: A cheerful man who lives talking about fishing. He also enjoys watching people fish.
  • Hayashi: See his section.
  • Twitch: An under-handed salesman with questionable tenancies. He sometimes disappears for weeks at a time.

Maplewood Forest

  • Master Mitsurgi: A silent man who allows his sword to speak for himself. He takes great pride in his dojo.
  • Momo: See her section.
  • Taro: 12 years old student. He is very dedicated to learning the Mitsurugi Master Style but often comes off as being too brash about it.
  • Jared: 12 years old student. He is dedicated but often clumsy with his sword,
  • Kensuke: 12 years student. H is rather shy and quite but secretly one of the best students in the class
  • Penny: See her section.
  • Herbert: A loud and cheerful man who is easy to laugh. He enjoys having guests at his lodge,
  • Cathy: A rather quiet women who smiles but quietly. She enjoys nature and taking care of the woods around the lodge.
  • Phantom of the First Mayor: Resides within the Underground Grove; he misses his life and wishes to set the island back to normal.
  • James: See his section.

Graveyard

  • Gu: He hates trespassers and often grumbles to himself.

Cloudyhead Mountains

  • Harvey: A stern older man who is dedicated to mining.
  • Cecil: Much like his brother but even sterner.
  • Shiloh: See his section.
  • Dr. Fritz: A rather bizarre man who loves pyrotechnics. He often thinks about new fireworks to make.
  • Simon: An expert in astronomy; he often tries to find aliens out in space. People tend to avoid him.
  • The Diety: A supernatural entity whose legend is inter-bound with that of the island.

Cirrus Pastures

  • Darly: A quiet yet kind man who often thinks about growing and harvesting crops. He is rather shy.
  • Bethany: Bethany manages the household and is rather loud in comparison to her quiet husband.
  • Chloe: See her section.
  • Denver: A man who is easy to laugh but stern when he needs to be. He enjoys ranching because he loves spending time with animals.
  • Mallory: While she is kind-hearted, she can be strict to her children if they are acting up.
  • Avery: See his section
  • Mabeline: An 8th grader. She dislikes working in the ranch as it makes her duty. She dreams of a boyfriend.
  • Joey: A 3rd grader. He often gets himself dirty when playing with the ranch animals.
  • Dr. Fronkenstone: An eccentric man who is fully devoted to science...well...the negative aspects of science.

Sunglass Airfield

  • Duster: An elderly pilot who loves planes. His aircraft designs are solid and world famous.
  • Hank: His grandson who also shares the love of building planes but is afraid of flying.
  • Skylar: See her profile.

Non-Residents

  • Patricia: The president of the powerhouse corporation looking to purchase and take over the island to build a resort.
  • Patricia's Hired Goons: Three men in suits who appear to protect the president and engages in illegal activities.
  • City Officials: Officials from the city that are possible partnered up with Patricia.

Crops

Crops come as seeds and can be purchased from Cirrus Farms. In order to be planted, the player must till a square in the field and then plant the seeds. Watering the plot every day helps the seed grow. After the seed grows into a crop, it can be harvested. Every vegetable as five rankings:

  • Poor
  • Decent
  • Good
  • Perfect
  • Shining

In addition to purchasing crops, players can lock alternatives to the crop as well which may have a faster growing rate, resistant to diseases and pests, do not require much rain, easier to harvest, strong against storms, and bring in more money. These can be unlocked by completing tasks relating to that vegetable.

Diseases, Pests, and Storms

There are three factors that can effect the health of crops which can be reduced on medicine and different types of soil:

  • Diseases: Diseases will cause crops to become sick. While using medicine from Cirrus Farms will work; it isn't always for sure. You can tell a plant is diseased by a darker purple color that appears on the crop's leaves and fruits. Diseases can occur between 6 hours of planting your crop to when it is time to harvest. Choosing crops varieties that are resistant to diseases helps. Planting crops in poor soil or soil that is contaminated or nearby garbage can run the risk of disease. Not watering regularly will also cause disease. If a plant becomes too diseased, it will whither and die which won't allow the player to harvest the plant.
  • Pests: Pests can destroy crops by eating and eventually killing them. You can tell a plant has pests on it by tiny insects crawling over the leafs and/or fruit. A plant can have pests on it anywhere from 6 hours of planting to when it is time to harvest. Using Bug Spray to kill the bugs can help but it may devalue the crop. Choosing pest resistant varieties and using good soil helps reduce the pest population. If a plant has too many pests for a long period of time, the player is unable to harvest from the plant and must either wait for it to die or cut it down.
  • Storms: Storms such as typhoons or tornadoes will destroy crops. Unlike diseases and pests; storms will entirely destroy weaker crops but there are varieties that can withstand the storms wind and rain.

Types of Soil

There are five types of soil:

  • Poor: Poor soil can be found in areas away from water or soil that hasn't been properly fertilized. Garbage or buildings that cause pollution may also be close by.
  • Decent: Decent soil is found in areas away from water or soil that hasn't been properly fertilized.
  • Good: Good soil is found in areas near to water or has soil that has been fertilized fairly recently.
  • Great: Great soil is found is close to water or has soil that has just been fertilized.
  • Wonderful: Wonderful soil is found close to water or has soil that is regularly fertilized.

Spring Crops

Spring Crops can be grown during the Spring time unless the player purchases and builds a Greenhouse.

Name Price Days Regrow Harvest Selling Price Notes
Turnip 20 G 4 days No Yank 2-4 times from the leafy part 120 G/130 G/140 G/150 G/160 G
Tokyo Cross 50 G 3 days No Yank 2 times from the leafy part 180 G/200 G/120 G/160 G/260 G Grows faster than the regular turnip but less resistant to disease.
Golden Ball 80 G 6 days No Yank 3-4 times from the leafy part 150 G/180 G/230 G/270 G/290 G Grows longer but sells for more money. More resistant to disease.
White Knight 60 G 7 days No Yank 2-4 times from the leafy part 180 G/240 G/260 G/300 G/350 G Hardier in storms and against disease and sells for more.
Potato 40 G 8 days No Yank 3-5 times from the leafy part 190 G/200 G/210 G/220 G/230 G
Fingerling 80 G 5 days No Yank 2 times from the leafy part 200 G/230 G/250 G/270 G/320 G Grows earlier but less resistant to disease and storms. It is easy to yank out.
Irish Lumper 90G 10 days No Yank 2-4 times from the leafy part 190 G/260 G/290 G/340 G/380 G Very resistant to disease and storms but grows longer. Does well in poor soil.
Désirée 70 G 7 days No Yank 2-4 times from the leafy part 240 G/280G/360G/400 G/430 G Has a red skin. Resistant to disease and a fairly fast grower. Does well in poor soil.
Cabbage 50 G 14 days No Yank 5 times from the head while twisting slightly 230 G/240 G/260 G/270 G/280 G
Golden Acre 80 G 10 days Yank 8 times from the head while twisting slightly 240 G/250 G/280 G/290 G/300 G Harvest quicker. It is less resistant to storms and disease and requires more work on pulling out.
Savoy 80 G 13 days No Yank 6 times from the leafy part 230 G/250 G/260 G/270 G/290 G Harvests a day quicker and is more resistant to storms.
Red Cabbage 90 G 15 days No Yank 4 times from the leafy part 300 G/370 G/430 G/480 G/510 G Sells more but has longer growing time. Easier to pull out and resistant to diseases and storms.
Radish 20 G 3 days No Yank 1 time from the leafy part 100 G/120 G/130 G/140 G/150 G
Cherry Belle 50 G 3 days No Yank 2 times from the leafy part 130 G/140 G/150 G/160 G/170 G Grows the same but it is more resistant to disease and storms.
Snow Belle 40 G 4 days No Yank 2 times from the leafy part 130 G/150 G/170 G/190 G/210 G Resistant to cold weather, storms, and disease. Grows slower.
Sicily Giant 50 G 6 days No Yank 3 times from the leafy part 160 G/190 G/220 G/280 G/300 G Large radish. Does very well against storms, disease, and in poor soil. Long growing period.
Daikon 60 G 10 days No Yank 5 times from the leaf part. 230 G/250 G/290 G/330 G/370 G
Okura Daikon 80 G 8 days No Yank 5 times from the leaf part. 250 G/280 G/330 G/380 G/420 G Grows faster than the Daikon and is more resistant to storms but vulnerable to diseases.
Moriguchi Daikon 70 G 5 days No Yank 2 times from the leaf part. 260 G/280 G/350 G/370 G/390 G Grows faster and harvests quicker but vulnerable to diseases and storms.
Sakurajima Daikon 90 G 14 days No Yank 5 times from the leaf part. 350 G/390 G/440 G/500 G/560 G Large Daikon. Sells very well. Long growth period but resistant to diseases, pests, and storms.
Lettuce 60 G 5 days No Yank 5 times from the leaf part. 140 G/160 G/180 G/200 G/220 G
Romaine 80 G 4 days No Yank 2 times from the leaf part. 180 G/190 G/200 G/220 G/240 G Smaller variety. Does well in poor soil and harvests quicker.
Red Lettuce 80 G 6 days No Yank 4 times from the leaf part. 180 G/190 G/210 G/230 G/250 G Grows quicker and is resistant to diseases and pests but vulnerable to storms.
Butterhead 90 G 4 days No Yank 2 times from the leaf part. 190 G/210 G/239 G/250 G/270 G Very fast growing lettuce but vulnerable to both disease and storms.
Cucumber 120 G 9 days Yes/7 days/3-6/yields Yank 2 times from the fruit with a twist 200 G/230 G/260 G/290 G/330 G
Fanfare 120 G 10 days Yes/7 days/4-7 yields Yank 2 times from the fruit with a twist 230 G/260 G/300 G/330 G/350 G Produces quicker fruits but less resistant to pests and storms.
Regal 140 G 8 days Yes/5 days/5-8 yields Yank 2 times from the fruit with a twist 230 G/250 G/270 G/280 G/300 G Very quick producer. Highly resistant to diseases and pest but vulnerable to storms.
Armenian 180 G 12 days Yes/8 days/6-9 yields Yank 4 times from the fruit with a twist 280 G/300 G/330 G/50 G/380 G Resistance to pest, diseases, and storms but does poorly in poor soil.
Strawberry 100 G 7 days Yes/3 days/4-7 yields Yank 1 time from the fruit. 140 G/180 G/200 G/220 G/240 G Must be unlocked by winning the Spring Harvest Festival in Year 1 or continue to Spring Year 2
Monterey 120 G 8 days Yes/4 days/4-8 yields Yank 1 time from the fruit. 160 G/190 G/220 G/240 G/260 G Very easy to pick and resistant to pests and decease but vulnerable to storms.
Honeyoe 130 G 4 days Yes/2 days/6-9 yields Yank 1 time from the fruit. 160 G/180 G/210 G/230 G/250 G Grows very fast and strong against storms as well as good in poor soil but very vulnerable to disease and pests.
Seascape 180 G 5 days Yes/3 days/6-10 yields Yank 1 time from the fruit. 200 G/230 G/260 G/280 G/300 G Grows slower but pays for a lot. Resistant to pests and diseases.
Carnation 40G 7 days No Yank 1 time from the stem 40 G/60 G/80 G/100 G/120 G
Snowdrop 40G 7 days No Yank 1 time from the stem 40 G/60 G/80 G/100 G/120 G
Tulip 40G 7 days No Yank 1 time from the stem 40 G/60 G/80 G/100 G/120 G
Pansy 40G 7 days No Yank 1 time from the stem 40 G/60 G/80 G/100 G/120 G
Hyacinth 40G 7 days No Yank 1 time from the stem 40 G/60 G/80 G/100 G/120 G
Basil 50G 8 days No Yank the plant from the stem twice 20 G/40 G/80 G/120 G/140 G
Cilantro 50G 8 days No Yank the plant from the stem twice 20 G/40 G/80 G/120 G/140 G
Lemon Balm 50G 8 days No Yank the plant from the stem twice 20 G/40 G/80 G/120 G/140 G

Summer Crops

Summer Crops can be grown during the Summer time unless the player purchases and builds a Greenhouse.

Name Price Days Regrow Harvest Selling Price Notes
Tomato 120 G 6 days Yes/ 3 days/2-4 yields Yank from the fruit 2 times. 180 G/200 G/220 G/250 G/280 G
Early Girl 150 G 4 days Yes/ 2 days/2-5 yields Yank from the fruit 2 times. 180 G/200 G/210 G/240 G/260 G It grows quicker and harvests earlier but it is susceptible to disease and pests.
Green Zebra 180 G 8 days Yes/ 4 days/3-6 yields Yank from the fruit 2 times. 200 G/230 G/250 G/270 G/290 G High resistant to disease and storms but not as much to pests. Grows slowly.
Beefsteak 200 G 12 days Yes/ 5 days/4-8 yields Yank from the fruit 2 times. 270 G/290 G/310 G/350 G/370 G Resistant to pests, disease, and storms but grows very long and does poor in bad soil.
Onion 40 G 5 days No Yank from 3 times from the leaf portion. 60 G/80 G/110 G/130 G/150 G
Scallion 60 G 3 days No Yank from 3 times from the leaf portion. 40 G/70 G/100 G/130 G/150 G It grows faster than the Onion and does well in a poor soil but is weak against diseases, pests, and storms.
Welsh Onion 70 G 8 days No Yank from 3 times from the leaf portion. 90 G/130 G/150 G/200 G/250G Studier than the onion but grows longer. Resistant to storms but not diseases or pests.
Sweet Onion 80 G 8 days No Yank from 3 times from the leaf portion. 140 G/160 G/180 G/200 G/270G Strong against storms, pests, and diseases but does poorly in poor soil.
Corn 180 G 14 days Yes/ 6 days/2-3 yield Yank the ear of the corn 2 times. 190 G/220 G/250 G/270 G/290 G
Early Sunglow 200 G 8 days Yes/ 3 days/2-4 yields Yank the ear of the corn 2 times. 190 G/210 G/240 G/260 G/290 G Grows much faster than the other corn but vulnerable to pests and diseases but strong against storms. Also does well in poor soil.
Hopi 220 G 12 days Yes/ 5 days/2-5 yield Yank the ear of the corn 2 times. 230 G/250 G/270 G/290 G/310 G Strong against diseases and grows faster but weak against storms.
Ruby Queen 250 G 16 days Yes/ 6 days/3-6 yield Yank the ear of the corn 2 times. 250 G/280 G/310 G/330 G/350G Strong against pests, diseases, and storms but has an exceptionally long growing period.
Watermelon 260 G 23 days No Yank the fruit portion 5 times. 300 G/340 G/380 G/350 G/500G
Yellow Baby 280 G 17 days No Yank the fruit portion 3 times. 320 G/360 G/440 G/500 G/580 G Grows quicker but it is vulnerable to diseases and pests but strong against storms.
Moons and Stars 300 G 20 days No Yank the fruit portion 5 times. 400 G/440 G/480 G/500 G/570G Grows faster than the watermelon but not by much. Resistant against diseases and pests but vulnerable against storms. Does poorly in poor soil.
Densuke 360 G 15 days No Yank the fruit portion 6 times. 400 G/450 G/500 G/550 G/600 G Sells very well. Strong against diseases, pests, and storms but requires the best type of soil.
Pineapple 320 G 15 days Yes/6 days/1-2 yield Yank the fruit portion 5 times. 380G/400G/420G/440G/480G Must win the Summer Harvest Festival or make it to Summer Year 2.
Hilo 300 G 10 days Yes/4 days/1-3 yield Yank the fruit portion 5 times. 280G/300G/340G/380G/410 Grows faster than the regular pineapple and is strong against disease and pests but weak against storms.
Smooth Cayenne 350 G 13 days Yes/5 days/1-4 yield Yank the fruit portion 5 times. 400G/420G/440G/460G/500G Grows faster but is less resistant to diseases and storms but strong against pests.
Mauritius 360 G 18 days Yes/8 days/1-6 yield Yank the fruit portion 5 times. 430/450G/470G/490G/520G Strong against diseases, pests, and storms as well as does well in poor soil but has a long growing period.
Sunflower 40G 7 days No Yank 1 time from the stem 40 G/60 G/80 G/100 G/120 G
40G 7 days No Yank 1 time from the stem 40 G/60 G/80 G/100 G/120 G
Lily 40G 7 days No Yank 1 time from the stem 40 G/60 G/80 G/100 G/120 G
Mint 50G 8 days No Yank the plant from the stem twice 20 G/40 G/80 G/120 G/140 G
Oregano 50G 8 days No Yank the plant from the stem twice 20 G/40 G/80 G/120 G/140 G
Rosemary 50G 8 days No Yank the plant from the stem twice 20 G/40 G/80 G/120 G/140 G

Fall Crops

Fall Crops can be grown during the Fall time unless the player purchases and builds a Greenhouse.

Name Price Days Regrow Harvest Selling Price Notes
Carrot 90 G 10 days No Yank the leaf portions 4 times. 170G/200G/240G/280G/300G
Yellow 120 G 8 days No Yank the leaf portions 4 times. 190G/240G/280G/310G/350G Grows quickly and does well in poor soil as well as strong against diseases but weak against pests.
Baby Carrot 100 G 6 days No Yank the leaf portions 2 times. 190G/240G/290G/320G/340G Grows very quickly and is strong against pests but weak against diseases.
Cosmic Purple 140 G 13 days No Yank the leaf portions 4 times. 260G/300G/330G/390G/440G strong against disease, pest, and storms but needs good soil.
Eggplant 140 G 6 days Yes/3 days/4-6 yield Yank the the fruit part 3 times in a twisting motion. 140G/180G/220G/240G/270G
Dourga 180 G 5 days Yes/2 days/5-7 yield Yank the the fruit part 3 times in a twisting motion. 160G/190G/230G/260G/290G Produces quick fruits but is weak against diseases, pests, and storms. Does well in poor soil.
Rosa Bianca 210 G 7 days Yes/3 days/5-8 yield Yank the the fruit part 3 times in a twisting motion. 180G/210G/28G/310G/340G Grows slower but strong against diseases and pests.
Long Green 250 G 8 days Yes/3 days/5-9 yield Yank the the fruit part 3 times in a twisting motion. 200G/280G/350G/360G/400G
Bell Pepper 180 G 7 days Yes/4 days Yank the the fruit part 3 times in a twisting motion. 190G/230G/260G/290/300G
Islander 200 G 9 days Yes/2 days/2-4 yield Yank the the fruit part 3 times in a twisting motion. 200G/240G/29G/339/349G Grows long but produces quick purple fruits. Does well in a poor soil.
Ace 210 G 5 days Yes/2 days/3-6 yield Yank the the fruit part 3 times in a twisting motion. 170G/210G/250G/290/320G It produces fruits earlier but is weak to pests and diseases.
Red Knight 260 G 8 days Yes/4 days/3-7 yield Yank the the fruit part 3 times in a twisting motion. 240G/290G/320G/350G/390G Strong against diseases and pests but fairly weak against storms.
Sweet Potato 210 G 9 days Yes/6 days/1-3 yields Yank the the fruit part 3 times in a twisting motion. 220G/260G/300G/340G/360G
Garnet 240 G 7 days Yes/3 days,1-2 yield Yank the the fruit part 3 times in a twisting motion. 250G/280G/350G/390G/420G Resistant to disease but weak against pests and storms. Produces quickly
Whitestar 260 G 10 days Yes/2 days Yank the the fruit part 3 times in a twisting motion. 260G/300G/320G/380G/410G Grows longer but produces fruit quicker. Resistant against diseases and pests.
Ayamurasaki 300 G 12 days Yes/6 days Yank the the fruit part 3 times in a twisting motion. 340G/390G/420G/460G/500G Strong against pests, diseases, and storms but requires the best soil.
Zucchini 260 G 8 days Yes/4 days/1-2 yield Yank the the fruit part 6 times in a twisting motion. 280G/320G/360G/390G/430G
Gadzukes 260 G 9 days Yes/4 days/1-2 yield Yank the the fruit part 6 times in a twisting motion. 300G/350G/390G/410G/450G Strong against diseases and pests as well as storms but slow producer.
Greyzini 280 G 4 days Yes/2 days/1-2 yields Yank the the fruit part 6 times in a twisting motion. 260G/300G/340G/380G/440G Weak against diseases and pests but strong against storms. Produces quickly.
Gold Rush 350 G 7 days Yes/4 days/2-3 yield Yank the the fruit part 6 times in a twisting motion. 340G/380G/410G/450G/490G Good against diseases, pests, and storms but only does well in top soil.
Pumpkin 350 G 11 days No Yank the the fruit part 6 times in a twisting motion. 390G/430G/470G/490G/540G Win first prize at the Fall Harvest Festival or make it to Fall Year 2.
Autumn Gold 380 G 8 days No Yank the the fruit part 8 times in a twisting motion. 400G/440G/490G/530G/560G Grows faster but requires more effort to harvest. Strong against pests but weak against diseases and storms.
Lumina 400 G 6 days No Yank the the fruit part 3 times in a twisting motion. 400G/420G/460G/490G/520G A fast producing pumpkin that sells less. Strong against pests and diseases as well as storms.
Atlantic Giant 500 G 14 days No Yank the the fruit part 10 times in a twisting motion. 600G/630G/670G/740G/780G One of the most expensive vegetables. Strong against diseases, pests, and storms but has a long growing period. Hard to harvest.
Crynsanthemum 40G 7 days No Yank 1 time from the stem 40 G/60 G/80 G/100 G/120 G
Cosmos 40G 7 days No Yank 1 time from the stem 40 G/60 G/80 G/100 G/120 G
Rose 40G 7 days No Yank 1 time from the stem 40 G/60 G/80 G/100 G/120 G
Sage 50G 8 days No Yank the plant from the stem twice 20 G/40 G/80 G/120 G/140 G
Thyme 50G 8 days No Yank the plant from the stem twice 20 G/40 G/80 G/120 G/140 G
Peppermint 50G 8 days No Yank the plant from the stem twice 20 G/40 G/80 G/120 G/140 G

Winter Crops

Winter Crops can be grown during the Winter time unless the player purchases and builds a Greenhouse.

Name Price Days Regrow Harvest Selling Price Notes
Spinach 40 G 5 days No Yank the leaf portions 1 time. 130G/160G/190G/240G/280G
Red Cardinal 80 G 3 days No Yank the leaf portions 1 time. 150G/180G/2100G/240G/260G Grows quickly but is weak against storms. Strong against diseases and pests.
Bloomsdale 90 G 7 days No Yank the leaf portions 1 time. 180G/200G/250G/290G/330G Slow producer but sell higher. It is resistant against diseases and pests as well as storms.
Catalina 100 G 6 days No Yank the leaf portions 1 time. 250G/28G/300G/340G/380G Sells high and is strong against diseases, pests, and storms but needs the best soil.
Bak Choy 70 G 7 days No Yank the leaf portions 1 time. 200G/230G/270G/300G/340G
Red Choy 100 G 4 days No Yank the leaf portions 1 time. 160G/180G/230G/260G/300G Grows faster and is resistant to blizzards but weak to diseases.
Purple Choy 120 G 8 days No Yank the leaf portions 1 time. 300G/340G/380G/410G/440G Grows slow but sell well. Resistant to blizzards and diseases.
Yellow Choy 110 G 6 days No Yank the leaf portions 1 time. 220G/260G/290G/320G/340G Grows well in poor soil and strong against diseases but is weak to blizzards.
Broccoli 110 G 10 days Yes/1 day Cut off the head portion once and the offshoots once. 140G/160G/200G/230G/270G
Arcadia 180 G 6 days Yes/1 day Cut off the head portion once and the offshoots once. 170G/190G/240G/280G/300G It grows early and does well against diseases but fares less in blizzards. Needs good soil.
Fiesta 210 G 15 days Yes/2 day Cut off the head portion once and the offshoots once. 280G/360G/400G/440G/480G It is strong against blizzards and diseases but it has a slow growing time.
Beaumont 240 G 7 days Yes/1 day Cut off the head portion once and the offshoots once. 240G/290G/350G/380G/420G Resistant to blizzards and diseases as well as poor soil.
Anemone 40G 7 days No Yank 1 time from the stem 40 G/60 G/80 G/100 G/120 G
Green Bell Flower 40G 7 days No Yank 1 time from the stem 40 G/60 G/80 G/100 G/120 G

Multi-season Crops

Multi-season Crops can be grown during multiple seasons without wilting away.

Name Price Days Regrow Harvest Selling Price Notes
Wheat 30 G 5 days Yes/2 days Cut off the base 100G/160G/200G/230G/290G
Hard White 50 G 7 days Yes/4 days Cut off the base 130G/190G/240G/280G/320G Grows longer than the normal but lasts longer when being grazed.
Hard Red Spring 80 G 4 days Yes/2 days Cut off the base 120G/180G/230G/260G/300G Grows faster but last less longer than wheat.
Soft Red Winter 100 G 8 days Yes/1 days Cut off the base 180G/240G/280G/340G/380G Grows longer but rejuvenates quicker.
Barley 80 G 7 days Yes/3 days Cut off the base 100G/160G/200G/230G/290G
Stark 50 G 9 days Yes/3 days Cut off the base 180G/240G/280G/330G/370G Grows longer and takes a while to rejuvenate but last longer when being grazed.
Foster 80 G 3 days Yes/5 days Cut off the base 140G/180G/230G/250G/300G Grows quicker but rejuvenates longer.
Azure 100 G 10 days Yes/1 days Cut off the base 190G/270G/300G/330G/380G Grows longer but lasts better against grazing. Rejuvenates quicker.
Rice 30 G 6 days No Cut off the base 100G/160G/200G/230G/290G
Jasmine 50 G 4 days No Cut off the base 159G/190G/240G/270G/300G Grows faster but is weak to diseases and pests yet strong against storms.
Brown Rice 30 G 8 days No Cut off the base 200G/250/280/340G/380G Strong against pests and diseases but weak against storms. Grows slowly.
Red Rice 30 G 10 days No Cut off the base 160G/250G/300G/38G/440G Sells well and is strong against diseases, pests, and storms but grows slowly.
Grass 30 G 4 days No Cut off the base 0G When cut, it automatically goes into the Grain Silo.

Fruits Trees

Fruit Trees can be planted in the orchid year round but they will only bear fruits during certain seasons. Fruit trees tend to be more expensive but they have a higher yield and replenish every day. In addition, they take a long time to grow but they can be bought year round from Cirrus Farms regardless of the season.

Name Price Season Days Regrow Harvest Selling Price Notes
Cherry Spring 700 G 38 days Yes/1 day/3-5 yields Yank the fruit portion one time. 200G/240G/280G/320G/360G
Peach Spring 800 G 49 days Yes/2 days/2-3 yields Yank the fruit portion two times. 250G/290G/330G/360G/400G
Orange Spring 700 G 36 days Yes/2 days/1-2 yields Yank the fruit portion two times. 230G/250G/390G/430G/470G
Lemon Spring 600 G 30 days Yes/1 days/1-2 yields Yank the fruit portion two times. 170G/200G/250G/290G/340G
Banana Summer 600 G 33 days Yes/1 day/2-3 yields Yank the fruit portion two times. 200G/230G/260G/300G/370G
Mango Summer 800 G 58 days Yes/3 days/1-3 yields Yank the fruit portion four times. 320G/360G/400G/440G/480G
Apricot Summer 700 G 50 days Yes/2 days/2-3 yields Yank the fruit portion four times. 300G/330G/370G/390G/420G
Durian Summer 1000 G 70 days Yes/4 days/2-3 yields Yank the fruit portion four times. 5500G/590G/6400G/680G/730G
Grapes Fall 500 G 32 days Yes/1 days/5-8 yields Yank the fruit portion one time. 180G/240G/280G/330G/370G
Pear Fall 800 G 47 days Yes/2 days/2-4 yields Yank the fruit portion one time. 290G/330G/360G/420G/490G
Apple Fall 600 G 35 days Yes/1 days/4-8 yields Yank the fruit portion one time. 130G/160G/210G/250G/290G
Plum Fall 800 G 48 days Yes/2 days/3-4 yields Yank the fruit portion one time. 200G/280G/350G/390G/440G
Persimmons Fall 900 G 51 days Yes/1 days/3-4 yields Yank the fruit portion one time. 280G/350G/400G/430G/490G

Poultry & Livestock

Poultry consists of birds that lay eggs or provide feathers and usually kept in the Chicken Coop save for the Ostrich. Livestock consists of animals who provide milk, wool, or transportation and kept in the Barn. In addition, Rabbits are kept in the Hutchery and Silkworms and Honey Bees in the Insectory. Players can use a bell on the Barn and the Chicken Coop to call them outside so they can eat in the pastures though it is important to call them back in if there is heavy rain, wind, and snow, storms, typhoons, tornadoes, or at night time.

Chickens

Chickens are one of the first animals purchased to be put in the farm. They can be purchased from Cirrus Ranch for 4,000 G and come as adult chickens. Players can harvest eggs daily as long as the chickens are kept happy which means feeding them and checking on them every day. Players can also take eggs and put them into the incubator so they can be hatched. Chickens have 4 varieties:

Name Price Days to Adult Produces Pregnancy/Incubation Time Requirements
Chicken 4,000 G 10 days Chicken Egg 6 Days None
Silkies 8,000 G 13 days Chicken Egg 8 Days Summer Year 2
Chantecler 14,000 G 18 days Chicken Egg 10 Days Summer Year 3
Java 18,000 G 24 days Chicken Egg 15 Days Summer Year 4

Ducks

Ducks are purchased for 6,000 G when the Chicken Coop is upgraded to level 2. They produce Duck Eggs which can be collected daily if they are kept happy. They are adults when purchased at the ranch but the player can use the incubator to hatch a Duck Egg. There are four varieties:

Name Price Days to Adult Produces Pregnancy/Incubation Time Requirements
Duck 8,000 G 12 days Duck Egg 8 Days Lvl 2 Chicken Coop
Rouen 10,000 G 15 days Duck Egg 10 Days Spring Year 2
Crested 14,000 G 17 days Duck Egg 12 Days Spring Year 3
Orpington 18,000 G 19 days Duck Egg 17 Days Spring Year 4

Turkeys

Turkeys are purchased for 8,000 G when the Chicken Coop is upgraded to level 3. They produce both Turkey Feathers and Turkey Eggs daily if they are happy. They come as adults when purchased but Turkey Eggs can be hatched at the incubator.

Name Price Days to Adult Produces Pregnancy/Incubation Time Requirements
Turkey 12,000 G 18 days Turkey Egg, Turkey Feather 10 Days Lvl 3 Chicken Coop
Bronze 14,000 G 20 days Turkey Egg, Turkey Feather 12 Days Winter Year 2
Bourbon Red 18,000 G 23 days Turkey Egg, Turkey Feather 14 Days Winter Year 3
Royal Palm 20,000 G 25 days Turkey Egg, Turkey Feather 16 Days Fall Year 4

Guinea Fowl

Guinea Fowl are purchased for 10,000 G when the Chicken Coop is upgraded to level 3. They produce Guinea Eggs and will eat bugs from the poultry to reduce sickness daily if they are kept happy. They come as adults when purchased but Guinea Eggs can be hatched in the incubator.

Name Price Days to Adult Produces Pregnancy/Incubation Time Requirements
Guinea Fowl 8,000 G 13 days Guinea Egg 9 Days Lvl 3 Chicken Coop
White Breasted 10,000 G 15 days Eggs Guinea Egg Summer Year 2
Created 12,000 G 17 Days Guinea Egg 13 Days Summer Year 3
Vulturine 14,000 G 19 days Guinea Egg 15 Days Summer Year 4

Quails

Quails are purchased for 12,000 G when the Chicken Coop is upgraded to level 4. They will produce Quail Eggs daily if they are kept happy. They come as adults when purchased but Quail Eggs can be hatched in the incubator.

Name Price Days to Adult Produces Pregnancy/Incubation Time Requirements
Quail 18,000 G 18 days Quail Egg 15 Days Lvl 4 Chicken Coop
Harlequinn 22,000 G 20 days Quail Egg 17 Days Fall Year 2
Blue 26,000 G 24 Days Quail Egg 20 Days Fall Year 3
Painted 28,000 G 26 days Quail Egg 22 Days Fall Year 4


Cows

Cows can be purchased for 6,500 G and come to the farm as adults. They will daily provide milk with they are kept happy which is done by feed, brushing and checking them daily. They can be put to pasture where they graze of grass. There are 4 varieties of cows:

Name Price Days to Adult Produces Pregnancy/Incubation Time Requirements Mount
Cow 10,000 G 15 days Cow Milk 20 Days None Yes, Slow
Jersey Cow 15,000 G 18 days Cow Milk 25 Days Spring Year 2 Yes, Slow
Guernseys 20,000 G 20 days Cow Milk 28 Days Spring Year 3 Yes, Slow
Brown Swiss 15,000 G 26 days Cow Milk 33 Days Spring Year 4 Yes, Slow

Sheep

Sheep can be purchased from Cirrus Ranch and is available from the start. They produce wool every 5 days as long as they are happy which is done by feeding, brushing, and checking on them.

Name Price Days to Adult Produces Pregnancy/Incubation Time Requirements Mount
Sheep 10,000 G 18 days Sheep Wool every 5 days 22 Days None No
Suffolk 13,000 G 20 days Sheep Wool every 4 days 24 Days Winter Year 2 No
Jacob 17,000 G 23 days Sheep Wool every 3 days 26 Days Winter Year 3 No
Racka 20,000 G 25 days Sheep Wool every 2 days 28 Days Winter Year 4 No

Goat

Goats can be purchased once the Barn lvl 2 is purchased and built. Goats can be milked every day provided they are happy which can be done by feeding, brushing, and checking them.

Name Price Days to Adult Produces Pregnancy/Incubation Time Requirements Mount
Goat 8,000 G 15 days Goat Milk 18 Days Barn lvl 2 No
Pygmy 12,000 G 10 days Goat Milk 14 Days Fall Year 2 No
Alpine 15,000 G 18 days Goat Milk 23 Days Fall Year 3 No
Valais 17,000 G 22 days Goat Milk 25 Days Fall Year 4 No


Horse

Horses can be purchased once the barn is upgraded to level 2. While they do not produce any sort of product, they can be ridden and used in horse races and horse shows. This can earn the player money and prizes by placing high. They perform well when they are happy which is done by feeding, brushing, and checking them.

Name Price Days to Adult Produces Pregnancy/Incubation Time Requirements Mount
Horse (Brown) 11,000 G 20 days None 30 Days Barn lvl 2 Yes, Fast
Breton Black 14,000 G 22 days None 33 Days Spring Year 2 Yes, Fast
Arabian White 18,000 G 24 days None 35 Days Spring Year 3 Yes, Fast
Painted 22,000 G 28 days None 37 Days Spring Year 4 Yes, Fast

Ostrich

Ostriches are the only poultry found in the barn and can be purchased after upgrading the Barn to lvl 3 and visiting the first explorable island, Safari Island. It produces eggs much like other poultry daily if they are happy by being fed, brush, and checked. Feathers can also be collected as well.

Name Price Days to Adult Produces Pregnancy/Incubation Time Requirements Mount
Ostrich 22,000 G 20 days Ostrich Egg, Ostrich Feather 13 Days Barn lvl 3/Safari Island Yes, Very Fast
Masai 28,000 G 24 days Ostrich Egg, Ostrich Feather 20 Days Summer Year 2 Yes, Very Fast
Somali 34,000 G 28 days Ostrich Egg, Ostrich Feather 25 Days Summer Year 3 Yes, Very Fast

Alpaca

Alpaca's can be be purchased once the player upgrades the Barn to lvl 3 and they unlock Mountain Island. There wool can be cut every 3 days provided they are happy which can be don by feeding, brushing, and checking them.

Name Price Days to Adult Produces Pregnancy/Incubation Time Requirements Mount
Alpaca 25,000 G 21 days Alpaca Wool 18 Days Barn lvl 3/Mountain Island Yes, Medium
Huacaya (Brown) 29,000 G 25 days Alpaca Wool 23 Days Fall Year 2 Yes, Medium
Suri (Black) 33,000 G 29 days Alpaca Wool 26 Days Fall Year 3 Yes, Medium

Yak

Yaks can be purchased after upgrading to Barn level 4 and unlocking the Alpine Island. It can produce both wool and milk if it is happy which can be done by feeding, brushing, and checking it. Due to producing two products that sell very high, it brings in a lot of money if kept happy.

Name Price Days to Adult Produces Pregnancy/Incubation Time Requirements Mount
Yak (Black) 40,000 G 27 days Yak Milk, Yak Wool every 10 days 30 Days Barn lvl 4/Alpine Island Yes, Slow
Yak (Brown) 45,000 G 30 days Yak Milk, Yak Wool every 8 days 32 Days Winter Year 2 Yes, Slow
Yak (White) 51,000 G 35 days Yak Milk, Yak Wool every 6 days 33 Days Winter Year 3 Yes, Slow

Camel

Camels can be purchased once the Barn is upgraded to level 4 and the player has unlocked the Desert Island. The camels produce milk every day and can be rode upon.

Name Price Days to Adult Produces Pregnancy/Incubation Time Requirements Mount
Camel (dromedary) 30,000 G 24 days Camel Milk 30 Days Barn lvl 4/Desert Island Yes, Medium
Camel (Bactarian) 38,000 G 30 days Camel Milk 35 Days Spring Year 2 Yes, Medium

Zebu

Zebu can be purchased once the Barn is upgraded to level 5 and the player unlocks Jungle Island. The Zebu produces two products: milk and dung provided it is happy which can be done by feeding, brushing, and checking it. The dung can be used to make fertilizer, the only kind that is capable of doing that.

Name Price Days to Adult Produces Pregnancy/Incubation Time Requirements Mount
Zebu (brown) 60,000 G 28 days Zebu Milk, Zebu Dung 34 Days Barn lvl 5/Jungle Island Yes, Slow
Gyr (red) 64,000 G 33 days Zebu Milk, Zebu Dung 38 Days Spring Year 3 Yes, Slow
Nelore (white) 68,000 G 35 days Zebu Milk, Zebu Dung 40 Days Spring Year 4 Yes, Slow
Brahman (grey) 72,000 G 37 days Zebu Milk, Zebu Dung 42 Days Spring Year 2 Yes, Slow


Reindeer

Reindeer can only be purchased when the Barn is upgraded to level 5 and th player unlocks Snow Island. The Reindeer is much like the horse and can be rode for travel through snow. However, in winter, the Reindeer will lose the antlers which can be harvested for a large sum of money. It's condition will improve if happy which can be done by feeding, brushing, and checking it.

Name Price Days to Adult Produces Pregnancy/Incubation Time Requirements Mount
Reindeer 80,000 G 20 days Reindeer Antler 25 Days Barn lvl 5/Snow Island Island Yes, Fast in snow

Rabbits

Rabbits can be housed within the Hutchery. Four rabbits can be housed at at time unless upgraded which allows for 8. They can have their hair cut for wool. They come in three different colors: white, brown, gray but this doesn't have an impact in price or production in regards to the wool that they produce or which can be made form the Yarn Maker.

Name Price Days to Adult Produces Pregnancy/Incubation Time Requirements
Rabbit 40,000 G 13 days Rabbit Wool 16 Days Rabbit Hatchery

Silkworms

Silkworms are housed within the Insectory when it is made. They produce silk which can be made into Silk Yarn in the Yarn Maker. Six silkworms can be housed here and then twelve when upgraded to level 2.

Name Price Days to Adult Produces Pregnancy/Incubation Time Requirements
Silkworm 10,000 3 days Silkworm Silk 5 days Insectory

Honey Bees

Honey Bees can be housed in the Insectory when it is upgraded to lvl 2. Honey Bees live in Hives and 8 hives can be placed within the Insectory. In each Hive, up to 10 Honey Bees can be housed which increases the production of honey. Honey Bees are unique as the multiple on their own instead of using the hatcher. The hives can be purchased at Cirrus Ranch which then contracts Rusty to build the hives.

Name Price Days to Adult Produces Pregnancy/Incubation Time Requirements
Honey Bee 0 3 days Honey Bee Honey 5 days Insectory Lvl 2

Animal Produce

Animal Produce are products from livestock and poultry that can be collected daily or periodically. There are five rankings to the produce:

  • Poor
  • Decent
  • Good
  • Perfect
  • Shining

How much the player interacts with the animal, the animals health, and the food the animal is eating influences the quality of the produce.

Milk

Name Price Maker
Chicken Egg 100 G/120 G/140 G/160 G/180 G Mayo Maker (Mayonnaise)
Duck Egg 120 G/140 G/160 G/180 G/200 G Mayo Maker (Mayonnaise)
Turkey Egg 160 G/180 G/200 G/220 G/240 G Mayo Maker (Mayonnaise)
Turkey Feather 80 G/100 G/120 G/140 G/160 G ---
Guinea Egg 180 G/200 G/220 G/240 G/260 G Mayo Maker (Mayonnaise)
Quail Egg 200 G/220 G/240 G/260 G/280 G Mayo Maker (Mayonnaise)
Ostrich Egg 260 G/280 G/300 G/320 G/340 G ---
Cow Milk 120 G/150 G/180 G/200 G/250 G Butter Maker (Butter), Cheese Maker (Cheese)
Yak Milk 280 G/300 G/320 G/340 G/360 G Butter Maker (Butter), Cheese Maker (Cheese)
Camel Milk 300 G/320 G/340 G/360 G/380 G Butter Maker (Butter), Cheese Maker (Cheese)
Zebu Milk 350 G/370 G/410 G/430 G/450 G Cheese Maker, Butter Maker
Sheep Wool 300 G/330 G/370 G/410 G/450 G Yarn Maker (Yarn)
Alpaca Wool 440 G/460 G/480 G/500 G/520 G Yarn Maker (Yarn)
Yak Wool 500 G/530 G/570 G/610 G/650 G Yarn Maker (Yarn)
Rabbit Wool 230 G/250 G/270 G/290 G/310 G Yarn Maker (Yarn)
Silkworm Silk 100 G/130 G/250 G/170 G/200 G Yarn Maker (Yarn)
Bee Honey 160 G/180 G/200 G/220 G/240 G Wax Maker (Wax), Jam Maker (Jam)
Reindeer Antlers 1000 G/3000 G/5000 G/7000 G/9000 G Medicine Maker (Medicine)

Maker Products

Maker are machines that the player can purchase and install into either the Coop, the Barn, the Insectory, the Tool Shed, and the Distillery. The player can take items such as eggs, milk, and wine and convert them into entirely new items that sell for higher prices. The rating of the item used affects the rating of the final product.

Name Price Maker
Chicken Mayo (Chicken Egg) 150 G/170 G/190 G/210 G/230 G Mayo Maker
Duck Mayo (Duck Egg) 170 G/190 G/210 G/230 G/250 G Mayo Maker
Turkey Mayo (Turkey Egg) 190 G/210 G/230 G/250 G/270 G Mayo Maker
Guinea Mayo (Guinea Fowl Egg) 210 G/230 G/250 G/270 G/290 G Mayo Maker
Quail Mayo (Quail Egg) 230 G/250 G/270 G/290 G/310 G Mayo Maker
Ostrich Mayo (Ostrich Egg) 280 G/300 G/320 G/340 G/360 G Mayo Maker
Cow Butter (Cow Milk) 160 G/180 G/200 G/230 G/270 G Butter Maker
Cow Cheese (Cow Milk) 200 G/230 G/250 G/290 G/350 G Cheese Maker
Yak Cheese (Yak Milk) 230 G/250 G/270 G/290 G/310 G Cheese Maker
Yak Butter (Yak Milk) 200 G/220 G/240 G/260 G/280 G Butter Maker
Camel Cheese (Camel Milk) 350 G/370 G/390 G/410 G/430 G Cheese Maker
Camel Butter (Camel Milk) 320 G/340 G/360 G/380 G/400 G Butter Maker
Zebu Cheese (Zebu Milk) 460 G/500 G/540 G/580 G/620G Cheese Maker
Zebu Butter (Camel Milk) 400 G/440 G/480 G/500 G/520 G Butter Milk
Sheep Wool 300 G/330 G/370 G/410 G/450 G Yarn Maker (Yarn)
Sheep Yarn (Cheep Wool) 340 G/360 G/380 G/500 G/520 G Yarn Maker
Alpaca Yarn (Alpaca Wool) 380 G/500 G/520 G/540 G/560 G Yarn Maker
Yak Yarn (Yak Wool) 550 G/590 G/630 G/670 G/710 G Yarn Maker
Rabbit Yarn (Rabbit Wool) 280 G/300 G/320 G/340 G/360 G Yarn Maker
Silkworm Yarn (Silkworm Silk) 130 G/150 G/270 G/190 G/230 G Yarn Maker
Bee Wax (Bee Honey) 280 G/300 G/320 G/340 G/360 G Honey Maker
Bee Honey Jam (Bee Honey) 380 G/400 G/420 G/440 G/480 G ---
Antler Medicine 1800 G/3800 G/5800 G/7800 G/9000 G Medicine Maker
Zebu Fertilizer 500 G/600 G/700 G/800 G/900 G Fertilizer Maker
Apple Jam (Apple) 400 G/450 G/540 G/540 G/580 G Jam Maker
Orange Jam (Orange) 400 G/450 G/540 G/540 G/580 G Jam Maker
Grape Jam (Grape) 400 G/450 G/540 G/540 G/580 G Jam Maker
Peach Jam (Peach) 400 G/450 G/540 G/540 G/580 G Jam Maker
Apricot Jam (Apricot) 400 G/450 G/540 G/540 G/580 G Jam Maker
Mango Jam (Mango) 400 G/450 G/540 G/540 G/580 G Jam Maker
Strawberry Jam (Strawberry) 400 G/450 G/540 G/540 G/580 G Jam Maker
Blueberry Jam (Blueberry) 460 G/500 G/540 G/580 G/620 G Jam Maker
Raspberry Jam (Raspberry) 460 G/500 G/540 G/580 G/620 G Jam Maker
Blackberry Jam (Blackberry) 460 G/500 G/540 G/580 G/620 G Jam Maker
Cocoa Powder (Cocoa Bean) 260 G/280 G/300 G/320 G/340G Spice Maker
Salt (Rock Salt) 200 G/230 G/250 G/270 G/290 G Spice Maker
Sugar (Sugar Cane) 400 G/420 G/440 G/480 G/500G Spice Maker
Chili Powder (Chili Pepper) 250 G/270 G/290 G/310 G/330 G Spice Maker
Paprika (Red or Yellow Bell Peppers) 300 G/330 G/350 G/370 G/390 G Jam Maker
Basil Powder (Basil) 280 G/300 G/320 G/340 G/380 G Spice Maker
Cilantro Powder (Cilantro) 280 G/300 G/320 G/340 G/380 G Spice Maker
Oregano Powder (Oregano) 280 G/300 G/320 G/340 G/380 G Spice Maker
Rosemary Powder (Rosemary) 280 G/300 G/320 G/340 G/380 G Spice Maker
Peppermint Powder (Peppermint) 280 G/300 G/320 G/340 G/380 G Spice Maker
Thyme Powder (Thyme) 280 G/300 G/320 G/340 G/380 G Spice
Ginger Powder (Ginger) 280 G/300 G/320 G/340 G/380 G Spice Maker
Garlic Powder (Garlic) 280 G/300 G/320 G/340 G/380 G Spice Maker
Stay Awake (Herb + Coffee) 330 G/350 G/370 G/390 G/410 G Medicine Maker (prevent player from getting tired easily)
Stamina Booster (Herb + Cocoa) 330 G/350 G/370 G/390 G/410 G Medicine Maker (boosts the stamina meter)
Fisher's Luck (Herb + Fish) 400 G/420 G/440 G/460 G/480 G Medicine Maker (increases luck when finding rare fish)
Catcher's Luck (Herb + Insect) 400 G/420 G/440 G/460 G/480 G Medicine Maker (increases luck when catching insects)
Miner's Luck (Herb + Mushroom) 400 G/420 G/440 G/460 G/480 G Medicine Maker (increases luck when mining for ore)
Animal's Luck (Herb + Silver Ingot) 400 G/420 G/440 G/460 G/480 G Medicine Maker (increases affection of animals when talking to them.)
Friend's Luck (Herb + Gold Ingot) 400 G/420 G/440 G/460 G/480 G Medicine Maker (increases affection of people when talking to them.)
Early Riser (Herb + Egg) 330 G/350 G/370 G/390 G/410 G Medicine Maker (causes th player to wake up early the next morning)
Late to Bed 330 G/350 G/370 G/390 G/410 G Medicine Maker (causes th player to wake up later the next morning)
Warm Guard (Herb + Chili Pepper) 390 G/410 G/430 G/450 G/470 G Medicine Maker (prevent the player from getting exhausted in hot weather)
Cold Guard 390 G/410 G/430 G/450 G/470 G Medicine Maker (prevent the player from catching a cold in cold weather)
Rain Guard 390 G/410 G/430 G/450 G/470 G Medicine Maker (prevent the the player from catching a cold in the rain)
Speed Walker (Herb + Pineapple) 440 G/460 G/480 G/390 G/410 G Medicine Maker (Causes the player to walk/run faster)
No Hunger (Herb + Fish) 440 G/460 G/480 G/390 G/410 G Medicine Maker (Prevents th player from becoming hungry)
Wine (Grapes) 1700 G/1800 G/1900 G/2000 G/2100 G Wine Maker
Beer (Wheat) 1740 G/1840 G/1940 G/2040 G/2140 G Beer Maker
Whiskey (Barley) 1780 G/1880 G/1980 G/2080 G/2180 G Whiskey Maker
Gin (Juniper Berry) 1820 G/1920 G/2020 G/2120 G/2220 G Gin Maker
Brandy (Wine) 1950 G/2050 G/2150 G/2250 G/2350 G Brandy Maker
Mead (Honey) 1900 G/2000 G/2100 G/2200 G/2300 G Mead Maker
Shochu (Rice) 2000 G/2100 G/2200 G/2300 G/2400 G Shochu Maker
Umeshu (Plums) 2300 G/2400 G/2500 G/2600 G/2700 G Umeshu Maker
Gold Circlet w/ Jewel (Gold Ingot + any jewel) 5000 G/6000 G/7000 G/8000 G/9000 G Gem Maker
Silver Circlet w/ Jewel (Silver Ingot + any jewel) 3000 G/4000 G/5000 G/6000 G/7000 G Gem Maker
Gold Band w/ Jewel (Gold Ingot + any jewel) 6000 G/7000 G/8000 G/9000 G/10000 G Gem Maker
Silver Circlet w/ Jewel (Silver Ingot + any jewel) 5000 G/6000 G/7000 G/8000 G/9000 G Gem Maker
Gold Ring w/ Jewel (Gold Ingot + any jewel) 2000 G/3000 G/4000 G/6000 G/7000 G Gem Maker
Silver Ring w/ Jewel (Silver Ingot + any jewel) 1000 G/2000 G/3000 G/4000 G/5000 G Gem Maker
Ceramic Cup (Farm Clay) 300 G/500 G/700 G/900 G/1300 G Pottery Maker
Colored Ceramic Cup (Farm Clay + colored herb) 400 G/600 G/800 G/1000 G/1400 G Pottery Maker
Ceramic Bowl (Pasture Clay) 600 G/800 G/1000 G/1200 G/1400 G Pottery Maker
Colored Ceramic Bowl (Pasture Clay + colored herb) 700 G/900 G/1100 G/1300 G/150 G Pottery Maker
Ceramic Vase 800 G/1000 G/1200 G/1400 G/1500 G Pottery Maker
Colored Ceramic Vase 900 G/1100 G/1300 G/1500 G/1700 G Pottery Maker
Ceramic Goblet 1000 G/1400 G/1500 G/1600 G/1700 G Pottery Maker
Ceramic Colored Goblet 1400 G/1600 G/1700 G/1800 G/1900 G Pottery Maker
Olive Oil (Olive) 500 G/580 G/640 G/720 G/780 G Oil Maker
Corn Oil (Corn) 300 G/380 G/440 G/520 G/580 G Oil Maker
Palm Oil (Palm Leaf) 600 G/680 G/740 G/820 G/880 G Oil Maker
Coconut Oil (Coconut) 800 G/880 G/940 G/980 G/1080 G Oil Maker
Avocado Oil (Avocado) 700 G/780 G/840 G/920 G/980 G Oil Maker
Watermelon Seed Oil (Watermelon) 700 G/780 G/840 G/920 G/980 G Oil Maker
Grape Seed Oil (Grape) 500 G/580 G/640 G/720 G/780 G Oil Maker
Pumpkin Seed Oil (Pumpkin) 900 G/980 G/1040 G/1220 G/1280 G Oil Maker
Sunflower Oil (Sunflowers) 499 G/480 G/540 G/620 G/680 G Oil Maker
Peanut Oil (Peanut) 400 G/480 G/540 G/620 G/680 G Oil Maker


Wild Animals

Wild animals are creatures found around Sunglass Island that can be befriended by the player giving gifts and paying attention to them. They can be found in certain areas of the island and some accept only certain gifts or food. There is a heart rating and one a wild animal has up to 5 stars, the player is given the choice of it returning home with him. If the player chooses "Yes", the animal will begin to live with them. Unlike the cat and the dog, it doesn't need an additional house for the pet. Smaller animals such as the lizard, snake, rabbit, and turtle will live inside in the main room while larger animals such as the bear, boar, and deer will stay outside or can be found in the Barn or Chicken Coop. The animals will help out with farm work or will bring home natures bounties for the player.

Name Area Likes Purpose
Small Dog (White) Sunview Beach Herbs, Grapes, Apples, Fish, Dog Food It will bring home herbs.
Small Dog (Brown) Stratus Pastures Flowers, Herbs, Eggs, Corn, Dog Food Will bring home flowers.
Medium Dog (Yellow) Outside Sunview Town Berries, Herbs, Flowers, Milk, Dog Food Will bring home berries/flowers.
Medium Dog (Black) Maplewood Forest Oranges, Berries, Chestnuts, Herbs. Dog Food Will bring home natures bounties.
Large Dog (White) Cloudyhead Mountain Mushrooms, Herbs, Fish, Fruits, Dog Food Will bring home mushrooms.
Large Dog (Black) Outside of the Graveyard Flowers, Herbs, Berries, Fish, Dog Food Will bring home flowers or herbs.
Cat (White) Sunview Town (Residency Island) Fish, Fruits, Herbs, Corn, Cat Food Will bring home fruits or herbs.
Cat (Black) Sunview Town (Administration Island) Fish, Tomatoes, Spinach, Berries, Cat Food Will bring home fish.
Cat (Brown) Sunview Town (Commercial Island) Fish, Grapes, Apples, Herbs, Cat Food Will bring home fruits.
Squirrel Maplewood Forest Chestnuts, Herbs, Berries, Corn Will bring home herbs.
Weasel Maplewood Forest Flowers, Fruits, Chestnuts, Mushrooms Will bring home berries or flowers.
Badger Maplewood Forest Insects, Herbs, Roots, Eggs Will help dig plots into a field and brings home herbs.
Beaver Maplewood Forest Lumber, Corn, Cucumbers, Roots, Herbs Will help harvest lumber on the field and will bring home lumber from the forest.
Tanuki Maplewood Forest Mushrooms, Herbs, Berries, Alcohol Will help bring home mushrooms or herbs.
Skunk Maplewood Forest Mushrooms, Honey, Herbs, Berries, Insects Will help bring home insects or berries.
Otter River Run Seaweed, Fish, Berries Will help bring home fish.
Gopher Stratus Pastures Roots, Clay, Herbs, Insects Will help bring home clay and soil.
Turtle Maplewood Forest (Lake area) Herbs, Seaweed, Grass, Flowers, Apples Brings home herbs or grass.
Snake Maplewood Forest (Lake area) Eggs, Herbs, Insects, Gems Will bring home an insect.
Lizard Stratus Pastures Insects, Corn, Herbs, Fish Will bring home an insect or herbs.
Fox Status Pastures Eggs, Pizza, Milk, Herbs, Mushrooms Will bring home mushrooms and help herd animals.
Wolf Cloudyhead Mountain Flowers, Herbs, Juices, Mushrooms Will bring home herbs or mushrooms,ms and will help herd animals.
Wildcat Cloudyhead Mountain Eggs, Milk, Honey, Corn, Herbs Will bring home herbs or flowers.
Bear Maplewood Forest Milk, Honey, Insects, Berries, Herbs Will bring home flowers, berries, or herbs.
Deer Stratus Pastures Grass, Wheat, Apples, Sugar Will bring home fruits.
Wild Boar Maplewood Forest Mushroom, Truffles, Berries, Roots Will bring home mushrooms or truffles.

Insects

Insects are creatures the player can catch using the Bug Net. Most insects do not appear during Winter time and most active in Summer. Certain insects can only be found at certain seasons, times, and even areas. They can either be sold in shipping, given as present, or donated to the museum.

Fishing

Fishing can be done in the rivers, lakes, ponds, and ocean. During Winter time, only the waterfall section and the ocean can be fished as River Run, the pond, and the lake are frozen over. Certain fish appear during particular seasons, times of day, and area. They can either be shipped, given as gifts, made into dishes, or donated to the museum.


Foraging

Foraging is an important aspect which requires searching for items found in the forests, beaches, mountains, pastures, jungles, and other areas of Sunglass Island. There are items found on the Islands but are included in a separate section. Please note all flowers available are also available in nature.

Name Area Price Season
Blueberry Maplewood Forest 200 G Summer/Fall
Raspberry Maplewood Forest 300 G Spring, Summer
Blackberry Mapplewood Forrest 150 G Spring, Summer, Fall
Green Herb Maplewood Forest, Stratus Pastures, Cloudyhead Mountain, Graveyard 80 G Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
Yellow Herb Maplewood Forest, Stratus Pastures, Cloudyhead Mountain, Graveyard 100 G Summer, Fall
Orange Herb Maplewood Forest, Stratus Pastures, Cloudyhead Mountain, Graveyard 100 G Summer, Fall
Red Herb Maplewood Forest, Stratus Pastures, Cloudyhead Mountain, Graveyard 150 G Fall
Blue Herb Maplewood Forest, Stratus Pastures, Cloudyhead Mountain, Graveyard 100 G Spring, Winter
Pink Herb Herb Maplewood Forest, Stratus Pastures, Cloudyhead Mountain, Graveyard 150 G Spring
Purple Herb Maplewood Forest, Stratus Pastures, Cloudyhead Mountain, Graveyard 150 G Winter
Chestnut Maplewood Forest 280 G Fall
Pinecone Maplewood Forest 100 G Summer, Fall
Juniper Berry Maplewood Forest 200 G Fall, Winter
Mushroom Maplewood Forest, Graveyard 100 G Summer, Fall
Shitake Mushroom Maplewood Forest, Graveyard 180 G Summer, Fall
Toadstool Maplewood Forest, Graveyard 90 G Summer, Fall
Truffle Maplewood Forest 500 G Fall
Ginger Stratus Pastures 100 G Spring, Summer, Fall
Garlic Stratus Pastures 80 G Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
Seashell Sunview Beach 30 G Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
Starfish Sunview Beach 130 G Summer, Fall
Coral Sunview Beach 180 G Winter Spring
Pearl Sunview Beach 500 G All Year (Rare)
Flawless Pearl Sunview Beach 1,000 G All Year (Very Rare)
Black Pearl Sunview Beach 800 G All Year (at night/Rare)
Flawless Black Pearl Sunview Beach 1,600 G All Year (at night/Very Rare)
Clam Sunview Beach 300 G Fall, Winter
Sand Dollar Sunview Beach 100 G All Year
Driftwood Sunview Beach 10 G (Can be used to chop at lumber) All Year
Message in a Bottle Sunview Beach 30 G (contains a message from a faraway person) All Year
Garbage Sunview Beach 10 G All Year

Mining

Mining can be done in two locations: the Mountain Mine and the Ice Mine. The Mountain Mine is located in Cloudyhead Mountain and is one of the first locations accessible within the mountain. It has over 100 floors with the final floor containing and underwater lake where players can fish for the King of Fish, Each floor has steps that descends downwards. There are cracks that allows the player to fall through and potentially skip several floors though there is also cracks that cause vents to rocket the player up several floors. The Ice Mine is located in Maplewood Forest nearby to the waterfall. It is only accessible when the lake freezes over and only has 30 levels but it has more rare ores and gems with higher values.

Using the hammer, the player can smash apart rocks and crystals in order to unearth ore and gems. However, when hitting one of the rocks or crystals; it may cause a gas to be released which can either aid or hinder the player. Players can also use the hoe to dig up roots, ores, and gold.

Ores

Ores can be found by smashing apart rocks or digging them up. There are 4 types per ore which have different values. They can be refined to upgrade tools, make jewelry, and other properties. They player can use the Glock's Refinery to refine the ores and gems into ingots and gems. Smashing apart rocks and crystals takes away stamina so it is advised to bring food to regain it back.

Name Price Mountain Mine Ice Mine
Junk Ore 10 G Yes Yes
Junk Ingot 10 G --- ---
Iron Ore 20 G Yes Yes
Iron Ingot 50 G --- ---
Copper Ore 30 G Yes Yes
Copper Ingot 70 G --- ---
Silver Ore 50 G Yes Yes
Silver Ingot 120 G --- ---
Gold Ore 60 G Yes Yes
Gold Ingot 150 G --- ---
Platinum Ore 100 G Yes Yes
Platinum Ingot 200 G --- ---

Crystals & Gems

Crystals are different colored objects that can be smashes in order to produce Gems which can be refined into Precious Gems. They are more expensive then regular ore and can only be found 50 floors below in the Mountain Mine and all floors in the Ice Mine. They can be used to upgrade tools, add in main quests, and be made into jewelry. Upon being refined, it can obtain a Flawless state which means that it is off the best quality and sells for much more.

Name Price Mountain Mine Ice Mine
Blue Gem 30 G Yes Yes
Lapis Lazuli 450 G, 600 G (fl) --- ---
Aquamarine 690 G, 950 G (fl) --- ---
Sapphire 820 G, 1,450 G (fl) --- ---
Red Gem 30 G Yes Yes
Garnet 340 G, 550 G (fl) --- ---
Sphalerite 520 G, 780 G (fl) -- --
Ruby 950 G, 1,320 G (fl) --- ---
Green Gem 60 G Yes Yes
Jade 350 G, 510 G (fl) --- ---
Peridot 610 G, 860 G (fl) --- ---
Emerald 890 G, 1,230 G (fl) --- ---
Yellow Gem 60 G Yes Yes
Amber 400 G, 600 G (fl) --- ---
Citrine 620 G, 880 G (fl) --- ---
Topaz 900 G, 1,300 G (fl) --- ---
Purple Gem 60 G Yes Yes
Spinal 420 G, 680 G (fl) -- --
Rhodonite 670 G, 900 G (fl) --- ---
Amethyst 940 G, 1,330 G (fl) Yes Yes
Black Gem 60 G Yes Yes
Obsidian 530 G, 780 G (fl) --- ---
Melanite 820 G, 1030 G (fl) --- ---
Onyx 1,080 G, 1,420 G (fl) --- ---
White Gem 60 G Yes Yes
Moonstone 210 G, 480 G (fl) --- ---
Opal 480 G, 610 G (fl) --- ---
Diamond 1,800 G, 2,400 G (fl) --- ---

Other

Name Price Mountain Mine Ice Mine
Glass 10 G --- ---
Rocksalt 40 G Yes Yes
Root 80 G Yes Yes
Ice Pearl 3,800 G No Yes
Black Ice Pearl 5,100 G No Yes
Mushroom 50 G Yes Yes
Toadstool 30 G Yes Yes
Deep Mushroom 300 G Yes No
Ice Mushroom 300 G No Yes

Islands

Islands are explorable areas found around Sunglass Island which have their own unique themes. After visiting Jet and Pearl, the player can book a passage to the first island. When arriving, the owner of the island has several requests for the player to complete which fully unlocks exploration of the island and allows the player to ship items and products from the island to his/her farm. Once the first island is complete, they player is able to purchase and unlock a passage trip to the next island. Due to the nature of the islands, island quests pause the game's time allowing players to complete the quests at their leisure.

Safari Island

Safari Island is a savanna-like island with many types of wildlife. The owner of the island is Geralt who manages the animals there and protects them from evil people. The island is hot year round and doesn't snow in the winter time, The passage to the item costs around 4,000 G. The island has several sections:

  • River Basin
  • Sandy Savanna
  • Lionhead Mountain
  • Jambo Jungle

Upon arriving, Geralt will explain that a recent storm came in and destroyed much of the islands interior resulting in the animals escaping. Much to his dismay, some of his animals have completely vanished and expects poachers have captured them. He then tasks the player with finding his four prized animals. To help the player in his search, he gives the player a flute which causes the animal to make a sound when they are nearby.

  • Find the Hippo: The player must located the Hippo which can be found in the River Basin. Upon being discovered, it is within an electrical trap. The trap has a blue lock on it and, upon inspection, shows it has a blue key. The player mus find a blue key in the area. It can be fished out by having a Silver Fishing pole.
  • Find the Elephant: The player must then locate the elephant which is located in Sandy Savanna. Upon locating the elephant,t he player finds the elephant is within a locked electrical cage. The lock is a yellow lock which the player must find. The yellow lock is hidden in the sand which can be found by digging using the Gold Hoe.
  • Find the Lion: The player must locate the Lion which can be found at Lionshead Mountain. Upon being discovered, the Lion is in a electrical cage with a red lock. The player must find the red key which is located within a red rock nearby. It can only be broken up by the Red Hammer.
  • Find the Gorilla: The player must find the Gorilla which is located in Jambo Jungle. Upon being discovered, the player finds it locked in a cage with a green lock. The player must find a green key which can be found by cutting down a tree with the regular axe. However, it will only fall out of one that has fruit in it.

Upon retrieving the animals, the player returns only to find Geralt and his animals captured by Patricia and her hired goons. After talking to the main player, she releases Geralt staying she has bigger fish to fry and escapes. After leaving, Geralt allows free access to the island any time he wants. He also allows the player to adopt the Ostrich. After unlocking the island, a number of features are available:

  • The player can purchase summer seeds and fruit trees from the island.
  • The player can purchase the Safari Plot which allows the player to plant seeds and grow crops on the island. Geralt will water the seeds the days the player does not visit.
  • The player can forage for nature bounties found in the island.
  • The player can befriend animals found on the island which will give him gifts or aid him in traveling the island.
  • The player can purchase safari-themed items for their farm and farmhouse.

Wild Animals

Name Area Likes Perk
Hippo River Basin Hay, Strawberry Milk, Berries, Pineapples Ferries the player to an island which has rarer objects.
Crocodile River Basin Eggs, Fish, Roasted Fish Keeps garbage away when fishing.
Water Buffalo River Basin Hay, Salad, Eggplants Can be ridden around the island.
Elephant Sandy Savanna Carrots, Peanuts, Broccoli, Corn Will water your crops for you while you are on the island.
Zebra Sandy Savanna Hay, Lettuce, Cabbage, Pumpkin Pie Allows the player to ride on its back.
Cheetah Sandy Savanna Milk, Cheese, Pizza Will sometimes dig plots for you to fill.
Giraffe Sandy Savanna Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Herbs Will bring the player fruits when they arrive.
Lion Lionhead Mountain Ice Cream, Fish, Baked Clams Allows the player to ride on it
Hyena Lionhead Mountain Onions, Insects, Ore Will find random ore to give to the player when they arrive
Gorilla Jambo Jungle Bananas, Pineapples, Apples, Plums Will bring the player fruits when they arrive.
Chimpanzee Jambo Jungle Bananas, Apricots, Oranges, Lettuce Will lead the player to hidden treasure which the player can use the hoe to discover.

Natures Bounties

Name Area Price
Num Num Fruit Jambo Jungle 400 G
Aloe Vera Sandy Savanna 200 G
Coffee Bean Sandy Savanna 140 G
Jujube Sandy Savanna 200 G
Baobab Fruit Sandy Savanna 500 G
Chicory Sandy Savanna 130 G
Acacia Fruit Sandy Savanna 200 G
Babiana River Basin 180 G
Tamarind Jambo Jungle 250 G
Oil Palm River Basin 400 G
Cobalash Jambo Jungle 300 G

Mountain Island

Mountain Island is the second island that can be accessed after completing Safari Island. Players can purchase the ticket to the island for 6,000 G which will depart to the island. The island is characterized by rocky, barren mountains with barely any vegetation and cave systems throughout. There aren't any wild animals in the area but ores that can be found. There are four areas within the island:

  • Angel's Canyon
  • Crevice Fall
  • Golden Cavern
  • Mountain's Roots

Upon arriving, the player is greeted by the owner, Gill to states that the island has experienced an earthquake that has buried mush of the interior under rock and mud. The owner requests the player to venture into the area and retrieve four family treasures that's worth more than Sunglass Island itself. The player is first granted access to Angel's Canyon where they must navigate by digging into the mountain using the hoe and going through the floors. There are 10 floors total but the player comes into contact with three magical doors on the 2 4 and 8 floors. The first magical door is colored red and requires a Ruby, the second door is yellow and requires an Amber, and the third gate is purple and requires an amethyst. Upon arriving, they can secure the first family treasure: a royal shield.

The second area is Crevice Fall which is an area located nearby to a waterfall. This one only has six floors but digging into the ground causes water to rise up which can cause the player to start back again on the first floor. The 1st floor allows up to 16 instances of flooding. The second floor allows up to 14, the 3rd allows up to 12, the 4th allow up to 10, the 5th allows up to 8, and the 6th allows up to 8. Not digging up the downward stairs causes flooding. Arriving to the 7th floor reveals the family treasure; a royal scepter.

The third area is Golden Cavern which is composed entirely of gold. According to Gill, the entire cavern is composed of the families riches with the gold being mixed in with the soil. Collecting the gold can be down by breaking apart stones and digging with the hoe. However, there is a catch. The player must collect 150 gold within two minutes or the entire cave will collapse; resetting the player and the gold count to zero. Collecting all of the gold ore causes the floor to collapse and reveals the family treasure; a royal suit of armor.

The final area is the Mountain's Roots which results in the player having to navigate a mine area in pitch darkness. It has 8 levels to it with the top level containing five different colored flames: red, green, yellow, purple, and white. The player must find a mushroom that glows with that color by digging in the darkness. Players can find a glowing mushroom by seeing a sparkle on the ground. Players must find the mushrooms in that order and cannot stock them. Once they dig up a mushroom, they must return to the 1st floor to throw it into the fire. It causes a lock on the 10th floor to open up. Finding each mushroom fully unlocks the room which reveals the final family treasure: a royal crown.

After collecting the family treasures, the player takes them back only to find the person captured yet again by Patricia an her hired goons who forces to give the family heirlooms to her in exchange for his life. After turning them over, she leaves with her henchmen. Gill reveals that they were in-fact decoys and the real treasure lies in the heart of the island called "The Island's Heart". He accompanies the player into the cavern which requires the player to push boulders onto pedestals in order to open locks. However, it also requires the player utilizing Gill to move him into pedestals as it requires two to stay open entirely. After 5 of these sort of puzzles, they reach the final room which has the real family treasures. As a gesture of gratitude, Gill allows the player free access to the island and unlocks the Alpaca to use in the barn. In addition, players also have access to the following things after completing the island:

  • The player can purchase spring seeds and fruit trees from the island.
  • The player can purchase the Mountain Plot which allows the player to plant seeds and grow crops on the island. Gill will water the seeds the days the player does not visit.
  • The player can forage for nature bounties found in the island.
  • The player can visit one of the many mines to mine for ores and gems.
  • The player can purchase mountain-themed items for their farm and farmhouse.

Ores

All ores and gems found in the game can be found in the game.

Natures Bounties

Name Area Price
Coca Bean Angel's Canyon 200 G
Feather Grass Angel's Canyon 30 G (Can be used as fodder when collected)

Alpine Island

Alpine Island is a forested, snowy mountainous island that contains a small village nestled within the valley. The towns people use yaks for milk and wool for their economy and have many hot springs in the island for the player to enjoy. The player can purchase a ticket to Alpine Island for 8,000 G. There is also a Skiing event that the player can participate in. There aren't many wild animals here but players can find plenty of fish in the lakes around the small village. There are a total of 3 areas:

  • Alpine Village
  • Skiing Lodge
  • Alpine Hot Spring

Upon arriving to the island, the owner and leader of the village Ingrid welcomes the player to the island along with 8 of the other villagers: Tobalt, Martha, Otis, Tobias, Agatha, Kent, Marty, and Lucy. However, they tell the player tragedy has befallen their village as the lake that the village has used to depend on has dried up. They ask if the player could discover why the lake has dried up. They suggest following the river up to mountain to its source. In order to get to the source, the player must traverse up the face of the mountain by grabbing areas on the mountain with her/his hands and feet. There are several rest areas for the player to try and regain their strength by eating food and herbs. Upon arriving to the top of the mountain, they are greeted by none other Patricia and her hired goons who has built a luxurious ski resort and hot spring spa. As a result, it has dried up the river that leads to the lake.

Angered that the player is here to foil her plans yet again; she challenges him to a skiing contest. If he wins, she will bring back the water to the villagers and hand over the the resort to them. The player must ski down the opposite side of the mountain in the snow. However, the area is booby trapped with explosions, falling logs and rocks, and pitfalls so care is needed to avoid them. Once the player successfully defeats Patricia in the contest; she upholds her bargain and removes herself from the island; vowing to defeat the player once and for all. The player must return the water to the lake but finds the valve to release the water will not budge. Ingrid arrives and suggests befriending a wild yak who can pull the valve with its strength. Upon befriending a yak to level 3, the yak will agree to pulling the valve which opens the floodgate and releases the water back into the lake. Upon completing this, the villagers rejoice and allow the player to travel to the island for free.

  • The player can purchase the Alpine Plot which allows the player to plant seeds and grow crops on the island. Ingrid will water the seeds the days the player does not visit.
  • The player can go fishing in the lake.
  • The player can participate in skiing contests for awards and prizes.
  • The player can purchase cabin-themed items for their farm and farmhouse.

Fishing

All fish that are found in the rivers and lakes of Sunglass Island are found here with rare fish being more common.

Natures Bounties

Name Area Price
Juniper Berry Outside Alpine Village 100 G


Desert Island

After completing Alpine Island, the player is able to travel to Desert Island for 10,000 G. It is a desert environment with many ruins dotting th landscape that's hidden in the sands below. There isn't much nature bounties in this wasteland but the player can find treasure and loot in the ruins below. Just be careful of booby traps. There are 5 areas:

  • Shifting Sands
  • Forbidden Oasis
  • Tomb of King Hamuhamu
  • The Stillsand Ruins
  • The Temple of Kings

Upon arriving to the island, Mana will arrive and welcome the player to the island. Unfortunately, Mana informs the player that the once famous ruins have begun to sink into the sand for unknown reasons and has sharply hurt the tourist industry. She asks if the player would help her out and enter into the ruins to discover why they are sinking and perhaps bring them back up to the ground. She suggests looking around the Shifting Sands and lends him a camel to ride as it can be treacherous navigating the sands on foot.

While moving about the sands, the player discover an adventurer who famished and dehydrated. He asks for pudding and spring water. After giving him what he wants, he returns back to normal and introduces himself as Hans. He is an avid traveler and adventurer and has come to brave the ruins traps and mysteries. However, he has found them sunken in the sand so he tried to enter. There he discovered an eerie and dark power that is keeping them submerged. Trying to find his way out, he discovered his camel has fled; leaving him stranded int he desert. He tells the player that he knows of a secret entrance into the tomb through the Forbidden Oasis. Giving the player a Secret Map, he departs back to the landing sight.

The player makes his way to the Forbidden Oasis and, upon searching the ground, finds a door that leads the an underground passage. The player must navigate this labyrinth passage to enter into the Tomb of King Hamuhamu. After navigating and avoiding the traps, the player enters into the tomb room. Pushing the tomb cover over it releases the spirit of Hamuhamu who declares that his tomb was robed and tasks the player he retrieving his treasure. He tells the player he can tell it is below but it is protected by magic. Th player must search the walls to find a button to press it in order to open the door. However, the player finds its protected by magic.

The player must travel back to the town and convince Sabrina to come to the temple. She agrees to come but only on the condition that he aids her in developing the magical rune needed to destroy the barriers. She requires the player to find the following items on Desert Island:

  • Desert Locust
  • Dragon Fruit
  • Animal Bone
  • Fig

Once these items are collected, the player can take them to Sabrina who will perform a magic incantation to expel the barrier. Upon entering into the room, the player can retrieve the treasure and return it to the spirit who passes into the after life gladly but, prior to departing, gives the player the Medallion of Kings which can open up The Temple of Kings. However, upon leaving the tomb, the player is confronted by Patricia who manages to take the medallion for herself.

The player must track her to the Temple of Kings. After navigating the treacherous pathways of the temple and avoiding traps, the player comes upon Patricia who is trying to open to the door to claim the treasure. The door states that she is not willing and causes her and her henchmen to fall into a hole in the floor. However, prior to falling, she dropped the medallion onto the ground. The player picks it up and uses it to try and open the door. Before opening though, the door states the player must answer three questions regarding the island. The questions are as follows:

  • 1) Who possessed the Medallion of Kings?
  • 2) What animal is used for transportation of the island?
  • 3) How was the original ruler of the island?

Answering wrong causes the player to fall into the hole and have to start over from the first question. Answering all three causes the monuments to rise back to the surface and gives access to the temples treasures. As a way to thank the player, Mana allows the player free passage to the island anytime the player wants. Mana also allows the player to adopt Camels for their farm.

In addition, the player has access to:

  • The player can purchase fall seeds and fruit trees from the island.
  • The player can purchase the Desert Plot which allows the player to plant seeds and grow crops on the island. Mana will water the seeds the days the player does not visit.
  • The player can forage for nature bounties found in the island.
  • The player can visit the shrines to find gold and treasure.
  • The player can purchase desert-themed items for their farm and farmhouse.

Natures Bounties

Name Area Price
Dragon Fruit Shifting Sands 500 G
Fig Forbidden Oasis 300 G
Date Forbidden Oasis 200 G

Treasure

Name Area Price
Small Chest of Gold Anyone of the dungeons 2,000 G
Medium Chest of Gold Anyone of the dungeons 6,000 G
Large Chest of Gold Anyone of the dungeons 8,000 G
Giant Chest of Gold Anyone of the dungeons 10,000 G
Glimmering Circlet Anyone of the dungeons 1,200 G
Glimmering Wristband Anyone of the dungeons 1,800 G
Golden Figurine Anyone of the dungeons 2,800 G
Golden Chalice Anyone of the dungeons 6,000 G
Golden Scarab Anyone of the dungeons 3,500 G
Golden Mask Anyone of the dungeons 4,000 G
Linen Wraps Anyone of the dungeons 20 G
Ancient Garbage Anyone of the dungeons 10 G
Empty Chest Anyone of the dungeons 30 G
Fake Gold Figurine Anyone of the dungeons 10 G

Jungle Island

After completing Desert Island, the player is able to purchase a ticket for 14,000 G for Jungle Island. Jungle Island has many jungle ruins and caves as well as tree houses to explore. It also thrives with various wild animals as well. Jungle Island has 4 areas:

  • Jungle Lake
  • Jungle Jam
  • Abyss Ruins
  • Sacrifice Point

Upon arriving, the player meets Wyatt who owns the island. He is happy to see someone visiting the island but says the island is slowly sinking into the ocean. Unsure as to why that is, he asks the player to find a way to stop it. He suggests checking Jungle Lake for clues. Upon arriving at Jungle Lake, the player finds water has begun to spill out from it into around the area. The player must find a way into the underwater cavern but Wyatt says the only thing that can withstand that much pressure is a machine. Visiting Dr. Fronkenstone, he recommends building a Submersible and is willing to build it if the player can provide the necessary materials:

  • 20 Copper Ingots
  • 10 Silver and Gold Ingots
  • 2 Refined Diamonds
  • 10 Corn Oil
  • 8,000 G

Upon receiving the materials, it takes two days to build which then transports the submersible to the island. When the player reaches Jungle Lake, it is waiting for them. Climbing in allows the player to traverse the underwater cave system. The player must avoid fast currents of water by dodging them or debris such as logs and rocks which can damage the vehicle. Taking for then 8 hits causes it to crash and the player mus start over. The player then manages to reach the Abyss Ruins.

To the players surprise, they come out into dry land though obviously wet. The player hears a voice that says "You cannot enter here." Continuing into the ruins, they must complete several puzzles involving water such as using water to unlock locked doors. Making it past the last puzzle, the player finds that a stone tablet is broke in half. The player is unable to read the language on the tablet so they ask Wyatt who too is unable to read. He states that an ancient civilization of merpeople use to reside there and maybe asking Captain Barnacle to see if he has heard anything about it.

Upon asking Captain Barnacle, he states that he has been in the ruins before but the tablet was whole. He does know of someone who can read it and that person is Coral; who he found as a child in the ruins. However, Coral is unwilling to go into the cave unless the player can get her to agree to come with her. Coral, however, refuses unless they can reach a close friendship with her. Once that is achieved, she accompanies the player to the ruins. Reading the broken tablet, she states that if the tablet is broken, the island will sink into the waves. The only way to repair the tablet is to sacrifice something of importance to the player which can be done at the Sacrifice Point. The player is able to fast travel from the ruins to the Jungle Lake. The player must then travel to Sacrifice Point which is a cliff overlooking the ocean. It can be accessed by going through the jungle and climbing the stairs up the side of the mountain through a cavern lit by torches.

Arriving there, a massive water spirit rises from the water and states the player must sacrifice one of three things:

  • Fortune; Removes 3/4's of the players riches.
  • Love: Causes one bachelor/bachelorette or villager's rating to go back to zero.
  • Health: Cuts the players stamina in half until they can eat a power berry.

Once the player sacrifices something, the tablet is reunited and the island stops from sining. The water spirit thanks them but, right then, a dark magic hits the water spirit causing to explode. Patricia and her goons appear via helicopter with her laughing while telling the player that that islander is hers and there is nothing to stop he. She then departs.

With that, the island begins to yet again sink but much faster. Various areas of the jungle begin to become flooded. The player is then shocked to found a shimmering drop of water begin to talk to him/her. The droplet states it is the water spirit and 11 other drops are scattered about the island. It begs the player to find the other 11 before the island sinks into the waves. The player has 10 minutes to find the water drops before the island sinks. If it sinks, the player has to start over. Here are the locations of the drops:

  • 1: Located next to the player on the ground.
  • 2: Located in the cavern next to the skeleton on the ground.
  • 3: Located in a red colored rock next to the start of the staircase.
  • 4: Located in a broke portion of the staircase that can be accessed by climbing downwards.
  • 5: Located in the forest in a tree that can be shaken. The tree will shimmer
  • 6: Located behind the waterfall portion of Jungle Jam.
  • 7: Located in long grass next to the river.
  • 8: Located in a broken down hut close to Jungle Lake.
  • 10: Located within Jungle Lake and must be fished out.
  • 11: Located in a section that shoots off from the lake that has be dug into order to get it.

It is advised to get the ones like the lake and river first as they will begin to rise up and potentially prevent the player from getting to them. Once they are all collected, the player must return to Sacrifice Point where the drops combine together into the water spirit who stops the island from sinking. The spirit reveals that the character Patricia caused this to happen and she possesses an evil power. Wyatt will come to the player and thank them for helping the island. He allows the player to come visit anytime for free and also allows th player to adopt the Zebu for the farm.

In addition, players also have access to the following things:

  • The player can purchase summer seeds and fruit trees from the island.
  • The player can purchase the Jungle Plot which allows the player to plant seeds and grow crops on the island. Wyatt will water the seeds the days the player does not visit.
  • The player can forage for nature bounties found in the island.
  • The player can befriend local animals who will aid the player and provide them gifts.
  • The player can purchase jungle-items for their farm and farmhouse.

Wild Animals

Name Area Likes Perk
Orangutan Jungle Jam Bananas, Mangoes, Peanuts Delivers berries to the player.
Black Panther Jungle Jam Fish, Eggs, Milk Brings the player fish from the river.
Python Jungle Lake Corn, Fish,Honey Will bring the player mushrooms.
Tapir Jungle Jam Herbs, Flowers, Potatoes, Turnips Will bring the player herbs.
Giant Panda Jungle Jam Bamboo, Carrots, Fish Allows the player access to her grove which grows bamboo daily.
Tiger Jungle Lake Sandwich, Eggs, Fish Allows the player to ride it.

Natures Bounties

Name Area Price
Mango Jungle Jam 500 G
Papaya Jungle Jam 300 G
Coconut Jungle Lake 300 G
Jungle Mushroom Jungle Jam, Jungle Lake 140 G

Snow Island

Snow Island a frigid island that is accessible after completing Jungle Island. The ticket can be purchased for 18,000 G. It is constantly Winter on the island and doesn't have much in the way of nature bounties but several animals can be found here thankfully. There are three areas:

  • Iceberg Glacier
  • Frozen Bay
  • Ice Dune

Upon arriving at Snow Island, the player is surprised to see the entire island is covered not only in snow but perpetually night. The owner of the island, Claudia, arrives to meet the player. She tells the player that the island used to have beautiful and shimmering fields of snow under the sun but, mysteriously, the sun no longer rises on this island. She begins to explain the curse started a while ago and hasn't let up since. Worried about her island, she asks the player to solve the mystery for her. She suggests locating the Sun Temple to look for clues. Upon arriving at the Sun Temple, finds a tiny imp like create covered in warm furs. First shocked, the imp realizes the player is friendly and introduces himself as Bobert. He calls for his siblings to come out from the walls. All in all, five of them line up and introduces themselves as Happy, Oller, Gracie, Millo, and Nartucket.

Bobert is surprised to hear that the player wants to bring the sun back and wants to help but decides not to. While not explaining why, he seems ashamed and asks the player to leave. After returning into the wall, his siblings explains that it's due to him it is entirely night. He has been depressed since and they are worried so they give the player a Sun Mirror. The imps instructs the player to visit Sunglass Island as well as the other previously explored islands and to look through the mirror at the sun. The mirror will absorb the sun on each island and collect it. They bid the player farewell as he sets off to capture the energy of the sun.

Upon finishing his tasks, he returns the mirror to the siblings much to their excitement. Chanting a song, they release the suns energy which begins to emanate out into the sky. This causes Bobert to return much surprised. As they run outside, they see a battle in the sky between day and night and they end up in a stalemate. The imps theorize that the light collected wasn't strong enough and there must be a stronger magic at work here. Bobert then reveals that it was his fault for allowing this to happen. He explained a very nice lady came to his asking for a "secret jewel" that she intends to you to make the island a better place. He went on to say that he gave her the jewel not because he believed her but but because he was tired of having to guard it everyday and wished to be free of it. He then realized his mistake when she used it for evil. He suggests they all visit the Moon Temple to see if they can combat the magic there.

The player and the imps arrives at the Night Temple which is enshrouded in night. Upon arriving, they are shocked to see Patricia there albeit she is glowing with dark energy. She tells the player he has foiled her plans for the last time and uses a magic to attack the player. However, Bobert jumps out in front of the magic blast; taking the hit. Patricia begins to laugh loudly but is shocked to see a golden heart shining from Bobert which blasts her with light; knocking her and her hired goons out of the Night Temple with a scream. Bobert lays on the ground and begins to fade in and out. His siblings, frantic, ask the player to help save their sibling. In order to save him, they need five objects:

  • Shining Yak Milk
  • Perfect Baked Sweet Potato
  • Good or above Reindeer Antlers
  • A purple herb

Upon getting those items, the imps use it to create a potion to give to Bobert. Within seconds, he vanishes to the players shock but then materializes in the air; looking like normal. Bobert thanks the player for saving his life and, as a result, the imps pledge to help the player in his quests as well as daily life. The imps can be contacted to help out on the farm or around town if the player needs it. As well, Claudia appears and thanks the player for getting rid of the darkness and allows the player free access to the island as well as allowing them to adopt the Reindeer.

In addition, players also have access to the following things:

  • The player can purchase winter seeds and fruit trees from the island.
  • The player can purchase the Snow Plot which allows the player to plant seeds and grow crops on the island. Claudia will water the seeds the days the player does not visit.
  • The player can mine for ores on the island.
  • The player can befriend local animals who will aid the player and provide them gifts.
  • The player can purchase snow-items for their farm and farmhouse.

Fish

It contains all of the ocean fish found on the island in Winter time.

Wild Animals

Name Area Likes Perk
Polar Bear Frozen Bay Fish, Berries, Broccoli, Pizza Allows the player to ride on its back.
Seal Frozen Bay Fish, Eggs, Herbs, Honey Brings the player non-fish from the ocean.
Penguin Iceberg Glacier Fish, Corn, Rice, Flowers Brings fish to the player from the ocean.
Walrus Frozen Bay Honey, Herbs, Fish, Eggs Can crash into the ice; exposing and underground cavern that may have rarer items.
Arctic Fox Snow Dunes Roots, Herbs, Insects, Fish Delivered roots and herbs to the player.

Lesser Islands

There are a total of 22 lesser islands that can be explored after completing the Snow Island. These islands are smaller in size and do not have anyone living on them but differ from each other in some way shape or form. They can be discovered by request and exploration from Duster and then taken there by Jet and Pearl. It coast 3,000 G to request an expedition and 8,000 to travel to a lesser island. After visiting an island once, it only costs 3,000 G to visit again.

Beach Island: This island is composed of a beach with a grassy portion with palm trees. Seashells, seaweed, and other beach-items can be found here as well as good areas for fishing. In addition, coconuts can be found on the island.

Forest Island: It contains a grassy hill rising out from the ocean with dirty instead of sand. On the hill are fur and pine trees. Chestnuts and pinecones can be found there. Trees can be cut down for lumber.

Coral Island: The island is actually a coral island set within the ocean. There are various small pools which contains small ocean animals. Beach items such as coral can also be found about the island.

Storm Island: The island constantly has storms hitting the island. It is mostly barren with various large rocks which can be smashes to reveal ores.

Crystal Island: A magical island which is composed entirely of crystals with a huge one towering in the middle. Smaller crystals can be smashed to reveal gems.

Grain Island: A small island with only two trees and a pasture of grass which can be cut down and is then taken to the grain silo.

Tree Island: A fantastical island which is composed of a giant tree rising out from the ocean. It is a bit larger area than other islands as players can enter into the tree itself. It contains things such as mushrooms, berries, chestnuts, fruits, and herbs.

Flower Island: A rather flat island that juts out from the ocean. It contains only flowers whose type changes everything the player visits the island.

Waterfall Island: An island that springs forth from the sea. It contains a rather strange lake at the top which can be fished for freshwater fish. It then descends down into the ocean. It only contains fish.

Ghost Island: An island that appears deserted. It has various houses, piers, and other buildings but all appear to in a state of disrepair and desolation. It appears no one has been to this island for a very long time but ghosts can be seen during the night time; moving about the island. Players can find Ectoplasm, Deep Mushrooms, and Glowberries.

Lighthouse Island: An island with a lighthouse perched on top of the island. It doesn't have any sort of bounties or items on it but Marley lives on this lighthouse; maintaining the light bulb. However, the light bulb has gone out and he doesn't have a replacement. If the player retrieves one from Sunglass Island, he will give the player a Powerberry. This is a considered a personal quest under "A Light to the Hopeless".

Star Island: It contains a star shaped island. When visited at night, the stars shine brightly on the island causing Shining Fruit to appear.

Moon Island: The island is shaped like a crescent moon. When visited at night during a crescent moon, Shining Fruit will appear.

Heart Island: If the player brings his romantic interest here, a romantic cut scene devoted solely to the island will unfold Only available to a Magenta Heart or higher. The island is in the shape of a sun.

Sun Island: If the player visits here on a completely sunny day, the fish that are encountered are rarer types/

Guardian Island: A pyramid shaped island with a stone statue of man sitting down with his arm stretched out as if to say "Stop". However, his hand is missing. Once the player climbs up to the statue, the statue reveals it can speak telepathically and reveals that a storm blew off his hand. The player can commission Captain Barnacle to search the seas around the island to recover the hand. Bringing it back grants the player a Power Berry. This is apart of a Personal Quest "Lend a Hand".

Cupcake Island: An fantastical island of a giant cupcake sprouting forth from the ocean. The player can dig into the ground at certain areas to dig up cupcakes, cakes, and other sweets.

Fire Mountain Island: A volcano island that rises from the ocean. The player can find items such as lava rocks, ores, and gems here but touching the volcano can hurt the player.

Hot Spring Island: A small island with a hot spring located up the hill. Getting into the Hot Spring can rejuvenate the player more than the mountain hot spring on Sunglass Island.

Imp Island: Once the player complete Snow Island, the Imps relocate to Imp Island. This is the first island available and is free for the player to visit. It doesn't require searching for it. There are 5 new imps also found on the island: Peek, Momom, Opery, Shermie, and Vipip. The player can give gifts, attends parties, and visit the imps.

Amusement Island: This island, of all places, has a Ferris Wheel, Roller Coaster, Bouncy Castle, and a Water Slide. There are also mini-games such as a shooting game, mallet game, and whack the mole game.It is rather larger than the other islands. It is ran by Pierro, a clown who runs the island. Upon arriving, Pierro seems downcast as he doesn't have an electricity to run his amusement park. With help from Dr. Fronkenstone, the player can direct cables from Storm Island to Amusement Island; using the lightning strikes to channel electricity to the island. This is awarded with free passage to the island and a Power Berry. This is apart of the "No Fun and No Play" Personal Quest.

Happy Resort: One of the last islands available. The Happy Resort is an empty resort that the player can purchase and decorate. It contains a main room, a kitchen, a bath area that faces the ocean, a bedroom, and a swimming pool. The player can place fruit trees here as well. The fishing is the best of all of the islands and it is always summer here.

Amiibo Support

Harvest Moon: Blossom of Youth has Amiibo support functions with many of them available in some way, shape or form. Some of them also carry various functions for certain situations. There are a total of 4 functions that are available for Amiibos though this doesn't apply to all of them:

  • Costumes: Amiibos can be scanned in while at the Tailors to make costumes available for the player. The player can only have one Amiibo costume at a time and scanning in another one will erase the previous one.
    • In addition, bachelors and bachelorettes can also have an Amiibo by scanning in the Amiibo while checking their condition. This can only be achieved if they are a Close Friend though.
  • Crops: The player can scan in an Amiibo from a particular franchise in the cross-breeder. This is done by selecting a particular crop and then scanning into the Amiibo. This will create an entirely new crop for the player to plant in the field.
  • Daily Rewards: Players can scan in any Amiibo for a daily reward which can consist:
    • 5,000 - 8,000 G
    • 50-70 lumber
    • 20-40 stone
    • A Powerberry
    • A Seed Pack (containing 3 types of seeds)
    • Animal Fodder (up to 15 units)
    • A random Ingot or Jewel
  • Furniture: Players can scan in an Amiibo from a particular series to request furniture to be made within that series.
Amiibo Series Function
Mario Super Mario Bros. *Player can wear a Mario inspired costume
  • Crossing Mario with a Tomato rewards the player with a Fire Flower Crop
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Super Mario Bros theme furniture.
Luigi Super Mario Bros. *Player can wear a Luigi inspired costume
  • Crossing Luigi with a Tomato rewards the player with a Fire Flower Crop
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Super Mario Bros theme furniture.
Peach Super Mario Bros. *Player can wear a Peach inspired costume
  • Crossing Peach with a Turnip rewards the player with a Super Mushroom.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Super Mario Bros theme furniture.
Toad Super Mario Bros. *Player can wear a Toad inspired costume
  • Crossing Toad with a Turnip rewards the player with a Super Mushroom.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Super Mario Bros theme furniture.
Rosalina & Luma Super Mario Bros. *Player can wear Rosalina inspired costume
  • Crossing Rosalina with a Strawberry rewards the player with a Super Star.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Super Mario Bros theme furniture.
Bowser Super Mario Bros. *Player can wear a Bowser inspired costume
  • Crossing Bowser with a Bell Pepper rewards the player with a Piranha Plant Crop
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Super Mario Bros theme furniture.
Bowser Jr. Super Mario Bros. *Player can wear a Bowser Jr. inspired costume
  • Crossing Bowser Jr. with a Bell Pepper rewards the player with a Piranha Plant Crop
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Super Mario Bros theme furniture.
Dr. Mario Super Mario Bros. *Player can wear a Dr. Mario inspired costume
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Super Mario Bros theme furniture.
Daisy Super Mario Bros. *Player can wear a Daisy inspired costume
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Super Mario Bros theme furniture.
Link The Legend of Zelda *Player can wear a Link inspired costume
  • Crossing Link with a Potato rewards the player with a Deku Scrub Crop.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a The Legend of Zelda theme furniture.
Link The Legend of Zelda *Player can wear a Link inspired costume
  • Crossing Link with a Potato rewards the player with a Deku Scrub Crop.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a The Legend of Zelda theme furniture.
Zelda The Legend of Zelda *Player can wear a Zelda inspired costume
  • Crossing Link with a Potato rewards the player with a Deku Scrub Crop.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a The Legend of Zelda theme furniture.
Sheik The Legend of Zelda *Player can wear a Sheik inspired costume
  • Crossing Link with a Potato rewards the player with a Deku Scrub Crop.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a The Legend of Zelda theme furniture.
Ganondorf The Legend of Zelda *Player can wear a Ganondorf inspired costume
  • Crossing Link with a Potato rewards the player with a Deku Scrub Crop.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a The Legend of Zelda theme furniture.
Toon Link The Legend of Zelda *Player can wear a Toon Link inspired costume
  • Crossing Link with a Potato rewards the player with a Deku Scrub Crop.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a The Legend of Zelda theme furniture.
Donkey Kong Donkey Kong *Player can wear a Donkey Kong inspired costume
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Donkey Kong theme furniture.
Diddy Kong Diddy Kong *Player can wear a Diddy Kong inspired costume
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Donkey Kong theme furniture.
Fox Star Fox *Player can wear a Fox inspired costume
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Star Fox theme furniture.
Falco Falco *Player can wear a Falco inspired costume
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Star Fox theme furniture.
Yoshi Yoshi *Player can wear a Yoshi inspired costume
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Yoshi theme furniture.
Wario WarioWare *Player can wear a Wario inspired costume
Samus Metroid *Player can wear a Samus inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Metroid theme furniture.
Zero Suit Samnus Metroid *Player can wear a Zero Suit Samus inspired costume for females only.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Metroid theme furniture.
Kirby Kirby *Player can wear a Kirby inspired costume.
  • Crossing Kirby with a Watermelon rewards the player with a Warp Star Crop.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Kirby theme furniture.
King Dedede Kirby *Player can wear a King Dedede inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Kirby theme furniture.
Meta Knight Kirby *Player can wear a King Dedede inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Kirby theme furniture.
Pikachu Pokemon *Player can wear a Pikachu inspired costume.
  • Crossing Pikachu with a Corn rewards the player with a Pokeball Crop.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Pokemon theme furniture.
Charizard Pokemon *Player can wear a Charizard inspired costume.
  • Crossing Charizard with a Corn rewards the player with a Pokeball Crop.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Pokemon theme furniture.
Lucario Pokemon *Player can wear a Lucario inspired costume.
  • Crossing Lucario with a Corn rewards the player with a Pokeball Crop.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Pokemon theme furniture.
Greninja Pokemon *Player can wear a Greninja inspired costume.
  • Crossing Greninja with a Corn rewards the player with a Pokeball Crop.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Pokemon theme furniture.
Jigglypuff Pokemon *Player can wear a Jigglypuff inspired costume.
  • Crossing Jigglypuff with a Corn rewards the player with a Pokeball Crop.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Pokemon theme furniture.
Mewtwo Pokemon *Player can wear a Mewtwo inspired costume.
  • Crossing Mewtwo with a Corn rewards the player with a Pokeball Crop.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Pokemon theme furniture.
Marth Fire Emblem *Player can wear a Marth inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Fire Emblem theme furniture.
Ike Fire Emblem *Player can wear an Ike inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Fire Emblem theme furniture.
Robin Fire Emblem *Player can wear a Robin inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Fire Emblem theme furniture.
Lucina Fire Emblem *Player can wear a Lucina inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Fire Emblem theme furniture.
Roy Fire Emblem *Player can wear a Roy inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Fire Emblem theme furniture.
Pit Kid Icarus *Player can wear a Pit inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Kid Icarus theme furniture.
Palutena Kid Icarus *Player can wear a Palutena inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Kid Icarus theme furniture.
Dark Pit Kid Icarus *Player can wear a Dark Pit inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Kid Icarus theme furniture.
Ness Mother *Player can wear a Ness inspired costume.
  • Crossing Ness with an Eggplant rewards the player with a Mr. Saturn Crop.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a MOTHER theme furniture.
Lucas Mother *Player can wear a Lucas inspired costume.
  • Crossing Lucas with an Eggplant rewards the player with a Mr. Saturn Crop.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a MOTHER theme furniture.
Pikmin & Olimar Pikmin *Player can wear an Olimar inspired costume.
  • Crossing Olimar with a Tomato rewards the player with a Red Pikmin Crop.*Crossing Olimar with a Broccoli rewards the player with a Blue Pikmin Crop.*Crossing Olimar with an Onion rewards the player with a Yellow Pikmin Crop.*Crossing Olimar with an Eggplant rewards the player with a Purple Pikmin Crop.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a Pikmin theme furniture.
Captain Falcon F-Zero *Player can wear a Captain Falcon inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft a F-Zero theme furniture.
Villager Animal Crossing *Player can wear a Vilalger inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft an Animal Crossing theme furniture.
  • Crossing Villager with a Trunip rewards the player with a Pit Fall Crop.
Wii Fit Trainer Wii Fit *Player can wear a Wii Fit Trainer inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft an Wii Fit theme furniture.
Little Mac Punch-Out!! *Player can wear a Little Mac inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft an Punch-Out!! theme furniture.
Shulk Xenoblade *Player can wear a Shulk inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft an Xenoblade theme furniture.
Mr. Game & Watch Game & Watch *Player can wear a Mr. Game & Watch inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft an Game & Watch theme furniture.
R.O.B. Gyromite *Player can wear a R.O.B. inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft an Gyromite theme furniture.
Duck Hunt Duck Hunt *Player can wear a Duck Hunt inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft an Duck Hunt theme furniture.
Mii Fighter (any) Mii *Player can wear a Mii Fighter inspired costume based on one of their Miis.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft an Mii theme furniture.
Sonic the Hedgehog Mii *Player can wear a Sonic the Hedgehog inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft an Sonic the Hedgehog theme furniture.
Mega Man Mega Man *Player can wear a Mega Man inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft an Mega Man theme furniture.
Pac-Man Pac-Man *Player can wear a Pac-Man inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft an Pac-Man theme furniture.
Ryu Street Fighter *Player can wear a Ryu inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft an Street Fighter theme furniture.
Inkling Splatoon *Player can wear an Inkling inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft an Splatoon theme furniture.
Splatoon Squid Splatoon *Player can wear an Squid hat.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft an Splatoon theme furniture.
Chibi-Robo Chibi-Robo *Player can wear a Chibi-Robo inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft an Chibi-Robo theme furniture.
K.K. Slider Animal Crossing *Player can wear a K.K. Slider inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft an Animal Crossing theme furniture.
K.K. Slider Animal Crossing *Player can wear a K.K. Slider inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft an Animal Crossing theme furniture.
Isabelle Animal Crossing *Player can wear a Isabelle inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft an Animal Crossing theme furniture.
Reese Animal Crossing *Player can wear a ReeseSlider inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft an Animal Crossing theme furniture.
Cyrus Animal Crossing *Player can wear a Cyrus inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft an Animal Crossing theme furniture.
Tom Nook Animal Crossing *Player can wear Tom Nook inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft an Animal Crossing theme furniture.
Shovel Knight Animal Crossing *Player can wear a Shovel Knight inspired costume.
  • Scanning in allows players to craft an Animal Crossing theme furniture.


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