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Animal Crossing: Wild World

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Animal Crossing: Wild World walkthrough and guide

Your Tools

Obtained From: Purchase from Tom Nook – 400 bells
Tool used for cutting down unnecessary trees around town. This is the only tool that can break. Always check the axe in your inventory and look out if it has chips on it, which means it has chipped down due to excessive cutting.

Golden Axe
Obtained From: Follow the correct path for the Red Turnip Trade.
To receive the golden axe, you have to get a Red Turnip Seed from Joan first. Keep watering it until it becomes a Red Turnip. Give the Red Turnip to Wendell, make sure he gives you the Turban in return. Give the Turban to Saharah, who should give you a Massage Chair in return. Trade the Massage Chair to Tortimer, in exchange for the Scallop. Lastly give the Scallop to Pascal, who should give you the Golden Axe in return. The golden axe will never break.

Obtained From: Purchase from Tom Nook – 500 bells
Used to dig out holes in the ground. Can be used to dig any location that is not blocked by various objects like water, buildings, etc. After digging, you can plant fruits or just bury any item that you wish. It is also used to up pitfall seeds, Fossils, Gyroids, etc. Digging points are marked by star-like symbols on the ground. The shovel is also useful for hitting rocks, which is very useful when looking for the bell rock. Keep hitting the bell rock once you've found it to reveal bell bags. You know you've located the bell rock since it generates a clinking music, like the sound of coins clashing. Lastly pill Bugs hide under rocks, which you need to dig up first before you can catch them using the net afterwards.

Golden Shovel
Obtained From: Buy 2 shovels, bury one of them. Check it back after 6AM the next day.
Used for growing money trees.

Obtained From: Purchase from Tom Nook – 500 bells
Useful mainly for shooting present balloons hovering across the sky. These balloons float around from 10AM to 4PM everyday. Just make sure to not hit the balloon when it is above water or patterns; or the item will fall down the water or pattern, and disappear.

Golden Slingshot
Obtained From: Shoot down a total of 16 present balloons. Will be dropped in the northern area.
Shoots three stones, covers a much wider hitbox.

Fishing Rod
Obtained From: Purchase from Tom Nook – 500 bells
Primarily used for Fishing. Just use the rod at locations wherever you may see fish silhouettes. For further details, check out the Fishing Guide.

Golden Fishing Rod
Obtained From: Catch all 56 kinds of Fishes available in the game
Reduces reeling time by 5 seconds when you fish. This allows for faster Fishing.

Obtained From: Purchase from Tom Nook – 500 bells
Used to catch Bugs. Covers up one space and only has very limited reach. It's still very useful though, as it is your only tool for bug-catching before you acquire the Golden Net.

Golden Net
Obtained From: Catch all 56 kinds of Bugs available in the game
Much larger in size compared to the regular bug net, which makes Bug Hunting all the more easier.

Watering Can
Obtained From: Purchase from Tom Nook – 500 bells
Useful for watering wilted, blackened, or dried flowers.

Golden Watering Can
Obtained From: Keep Perfect Town status for 16 consecutive days, then talk to Pelly or Phyllis
Used to make rare, golden roses. Watering a wilting black-colored rose will give you a golden rose. These have quite an expensive selling price for you to earn bells quickly.

Sparklers, Party Popper, and Roman Candle
Obtained From: Given by Tortimer during certain special scenes.
These are basically fireworks that you can use by pressing the A button.

Obtained From: Purchase from Tom Nook – 500 bells
Mainly used as a stopwatch, especially for Wi-Fi competitions between human players.

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