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Helpful Tips for Beginners

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1. Shake non-fruit bearing trees - ever wonder why there are trees which happen to not bear a fruit? you might want to shake these trees as well as they randomly drop a star-marked sack which contains Bells ranging from 300-2000 in quantity. Of course this do not happen all the time, but nonetheless a hefty reward amount for those beginning in their game.

2. Friends are important - even if you happen to be isolating your self from people bugging you while playing, you should make friends in this game, and should with a lot of them. In any case, these people would not bother you or at least they couldn't. There is no way to chat or reach out to actual people in the game (at least not yet). But friends in the game are very important. Later on in the game, you'd be needing rare stuff that can only be earned by mining them in the "Shovelstrike Quarry". Though it is possible to pay 20 Leaf Tickets to enter the quarry, enlisting for 5 friends' help to enter the quarry is relatively free. Although depending if they answer to your call (if they choose to lend their help), you really can't get there unless you have 5 friends that lends a hand (not that they would actually go with you on the quarry).

On the other hand, if you are the person asked for help by other players in the game, you also get rewarded in return for lending a hand. So it really is a win-win situation. You might want to have these people in your list too for the times you'd be needing an item that they might happen to be selling in their Marketplace.

3. Over abundant fruits - every player in the game should have two fruits in over-abundance. This might not be very obvious at first due to the fact that the animals would certainly use up these fruits in their requests in your first few days in the game, but will later on gradually fill up your inventory as you go. You should consider selling these fruits in your Marketplace for 20 or more Bells per fruit (or if the marketplace is over-saturated, you can also sell them thru the NPC for 10 bells). You'd also notice that there is something that you happen to lack and always in shortage of. For times like this, you should check in the market or find friends who happen to always sell these items in their marketplace.

4. Extra "fruit" storage - whenever you shake a tree for its fruits, they can easily fill up your storage space. Unless you are in a hurry to actually use them, you can choose to leave them be in the ground until you need to actually use them. They wont expire (or vanish) in the game unless you happen to shake the trees again for the next batch 3 hours later. This simple technique will save you a hefty amount of storage space in the game for free!

5. Free Leaf Tickets - as you might have guessed, Leaf tickets are somewhat the Premium Currency in the game that enables you to skip the regular waiting times you have to go through normally. In essence, they are meant to speed up the process. Leaf tickets are also the main items sold by the game as micro-transactions. Not necessarily pay-to-win in concept, but they do speed things up for you. A bunch of them can be earned easily for free as you play the game too. One by simply linking your Nintendo account (if you don't have one, just make one in their website), and another way by simply linking your social network accounts like Facebook or Twitter. There are a couple few quests/missions which happen to reward you with leaf tickets to. Basically, you're pretty much rewarded a handful up until you reach Level 30 to 40 in the game that can even buy you special items like the K.K. sliding chair and Tom Nook's Chair which are sold 250 Leaf Tickets each. Nonetheless, if you happen to just love the game that much, it won't hurt to throw in some bit of cash in exchange for leaf tickets to support the developers!

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