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Follow the dark path or use the light

Harvest Moon Walkthrough

by RiViErA

H A R V E S T  M O O N  :  F R I E N D S  O F  M I N E R A L  T O W N
Harvest Moon:Friends of Mineral Town FAQs
for GBA (Gameboy Advance)
FAQs created by Mad Monarch Gyl
Mad Monarch Gyl ([email protected])
Copyright 2003 by Mad Monarch Gyl
Created: June 14, 2003 (06.14.03)
MSN Contact: [email protected]
Version: 5.6
Updated: Decemer 31, 2003 (12.31.03)

This FAQ/Walkthrough is created for personal use only, meaning it should not
be used for anything that gains any money. Magazines, Game Guides, Websites
in particular should not have this guide with out my permission. Ripping off
part(s) of this FAQ/Walkthrough and putting it as your own results you to be
guilty of the crime "Plagiarism".

Plagiarism is an act of stealing, ripping off, copying ideas or words of
another person and taking it as your own without a crediting the real source
the just way that he/she should have been thanked. To simply put it,
Plagiarism is bad.

Also, you could never ever use this FAQ/Walkthrough to make your own
FAQ/Walkthrough, you must do everything yourself or if you do somehow use
this or any other guide you should give proper credit to the author. Also,
you could have this FAQ/Walkthrough on your website provided that not a
single character has been altered and you must have my permission before
you could do so. If you didn't have my permission then you have crossed the
lines of the copyrights law. By the way, you could print the whole
thing/parts of the FAQ/Walkthrough though.

"Walang nakawan pare..." (Please don't steal =P)

The guide is originally seen at:

I.    Introduction
II.   Revisions
III.  Game Basics
A. Controls
B. Starting a New Game
C. Game Menu
IV.   Farming Basics
V.    Basic Farming Tools
VI.   Crops Guide
VII.  Town Guide
A. Places
B. The People
C. Girls
VIII. Carpenter's Upgrade
IX.   TV Guide
X.    Frequently Asked Questions
XI.   Random HM Stuffs
XII   Item Bestiary
XIII. Cheats and Secrets
IVX.  Credits


Gyl here! I've beem longing to write a guide for the Harvest Moon series but
somehow couldn't find the time to do so. Now, after seeing that there's a
handheld version of it I've quickly searched gaming shops for the titles
luckily one came up and in the second hand parts then again it's better than
nothing. It's a japanese version so pity I had to pool up all those little
Jap language that I've learned and try to fit em' in. Luckily everything in
the game seemed to be a lot like the N64 and PS version so I really don't
see any problems. Anyway, I've decided to just come up with a FAQs that is
composed mostly of the basics like profits, gift lists and of course the
game basics for those who had the game in japanese version.

After a long long time of slumber... (patiently waiting for the eng. Version
like most of us...

Who said that the guide is 'so-called-dead'? Okay, so I just got the english
version so expect a lot of updates coming up which'll be a great news to all.
BTW, forgive me for not answering mails some were automatically were sent
into my trash/bulk mail. Since I tightened it up a bit coz' of floods of
mails coming anyhow I'll be replying to your mails now, that is if I find
a some time off. Anyway I can't point out what's new. Just check it out.
BTW, I wasn't able to receive some contributions contributed long before
i got the english version anyhow if you wouldn't mind sending em all again.
PEACE! ^_^

BTW, there's this new section. I've replaced the Item Bestiary Section for
a while for a Random HM stuffs section where the contributor (you) can uh...
take up some space off my guide and post a random HM stuff that isn't in my
guide or that doesn't fall under any categories or simply the FAQ Author put
it there out of laziness. hahahaha PEACE OUT :D

Let's roll...

* Revisions *

June 14, 2003 (06.14.03) Version 1
- It's basically what the FAQs is composed of.

June 17, 2003 (06.17.03) Version 2
- Completed the Crops Guide
- Filled all other written stuffs
- Changed all seen errors/mispelled words
- Changed the Gaming Tips to just a FAQs section

June 21, 2003 (06.21.03) Version 2.3
- Town Guide Updated
- Updated the Crops Guide
- FAQs update
- Carpenter's Upgrade *NEW*

June 24, 2003 (06.24.03) Version 2.6
- Added the translated names of the Villagers and Girls
- The Town Guide Updated with the Places
- Item Bestiary section placed currently on hold
- Cheats and Secrets section placed currently on hold
- FAQs updated
- Made some quick changes with the Crops Guide
- Carpenter's Upgrade updated

July 11, 2003 (07.11.03) Version 3
- Cheat and Secrets updated
- FAQs section updated

July 29, 2003 (07.29.03) Version 4
- Major Update! Check out most of the sections as each would have
been updated
- Goddess' Info added
- The Codes&Secret Section revamped
- New Section Added

August 06, 2003 (08.06.03) Version 4.1
- Fixed minor typos and tabbed spaces
- FAQs list added
- Fixed minor errors with some infos

November 19, 2003 (11.19.03) Version 4.7
Who said that the guide is 'so-called-dead'? Okay, so I just got the english
version so expect a lot of updates coming up which'll be a great news to all.
BTW, forgive me for not answering mails some were automatically were sent
into my trash/bulk mail. Since I tightened it up a bit coz' of floods of
mails coming anyhow I'll be replying to your mails now, that is if I find
a some time off. Anyway I can't point out what's new. Just check it out. BTW,
I wasn't able to receive some contributions contributed long before i got the
english version anyhow if you wouldn't mind sending em all again. PEACE! ^_^

BTW, there's this new section. I've replaced the Item Bestiary Section for a
while for a Random HM stuffs section where them contributor (you) can uh...
take up some space off my guide and post a random HM stuff that isn't in my
guide or that doesn't fall under any categories or simply the FAQ Author put
it there out of laziness. hahahaha PEACE OUT :D

November 22, 2003 (11.22.03) Version 5
I've updated a couple of stuffs... hehehe and I've compiled most of the most
recent submissions. Honestly, I did loads of work to spell check all of this
and hopefully my version havenít missed anything. BTW, Iíve made the whole
guide fit a 79 character per line now since the late edition were like broken
down in random. Check it out and enjoy. Shout out: I havenít found much time
o place things to where they should be so theyíre probably in the Random HM
tuff section right now.

Iím also currently working on likes and dislikes now. Hm... perhaps on nother
separate ĎIn-depht Guideí Anyway Iíve completed only the Birthdays of each
townsfolks meaning Iíve checked them all up and theyíre accurate. More of
hich Coming soon. Hrm... check the Itme Bestiary part and help me out and
send me stuffs in that form. Laterz all^^

Decemer 31, 2003 (12.31.03) Version 5.6
So the Holidays just rushed in and i became soooo lazy to even lift a finger
anyway here's the much awaited update. Sorry for those unanswered email. It's
o Okay enough chatters and let's get the show on the road. BTW, I've cleared
out most of the Random HM Stuffs to their proper places.

Game Basics

This the default keys:

D-Pad - Directional Movement
A button - Talk/Examine/Pick up/Thrown/Give
B button - Cancel/Put Item in Backpack
L button - Whistle
R button - Run
Start - Open menu window
Select - View Status Window
A + B - Open up the backpack screen
L + A - Scroll through the backpack's tools
L + B - Scroll through the backpack's items/Eat current item
NOTE: After you have pressed L+A or L+B you could also
press L+up or L+left and L+down or L+right for the
same effect as L+A and L+B

Other key combinations(you can find it in the Game Help):
L + Start - Map of the whole area.
L + Select - Map of the farm (especially useful while
finding Dwarves and Cattles)

Starting a New Game

I'm not that very good with the Japanese Language but I think here's
what the game would ask you from the beginning.

1st Screen - Full of JapChars you could scroll for the English letter
by choosing the very first option at the bottom left of
the screen. The First Screen asks you for your name.
Enter it and pick the top choice for Yes!

2nd Screen - It is divided by like this: It's just asking for your
birthday. Then just select Yes on the following Q.

[Spring] [Summer] [Fall] [Winter]

[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]...

3rd Screen - It's about your Farm's name. Accept it afterwards.

4th Screen - This is to name your dog. Accept it afterwards.

*-           -*
*- Game Menu -*
*-           -*

Menu Screen
[Log] [Item] [T Map] [F Map] [Sel] [Misc] [How]

Log - You can adjust save or load there.
Items - View what's on your backpack.
T Map - View the Town Map.
F Map - View the Farm Map.
Sel - Shows the overview/status window.
Misc - Shows a misc. screen much like the status window
How - An in-game tutorial that could be viewed any time.

Diary/Log Screen
Log      Sav  Lod
1st  2nd
Walk     1st  2nd
Clock    ON   OFF
Faces    ON   OFF
Names    ON   OFF

Log - Saves or Loads a current/saved game
Walk - The first option is to walk normally and the 2nd one's to run.
Clock - Toggle clock display
Faces - Display the face of the person talking to.
Names - Displays the name of the person talking to.

Calendar Screen
[# of Year(s)] [Season]
[Sun] [Mon] [Tues] [Wed] [Thurs] [Fri] [Sat]
[(1)]  [2]   [3]    [4]   [(5)]   [6]   [7]

[(#)] - Denotes a festival. Move the cursor to it to learn about it.

Tool Box Screen
Equip |           Tools
_        |  _  _  _  _ 1/8
[_]       | [_][_][_][_]   /\
_   _    |  _  _  _  _
[_] [_]   | [_][_][_][_]   V

The equip section show the tools ready for use. It's the only tools you can use
with out going back to the Tool Box Screen. You can get the tools from the tool
section by simply choosing them there.

Backpack Screen

Equip |     Item
_        |  _
[_]       | [_]
_   _    |  _  _
[_] [_]   | [_][_]

Everything's pretty straight forward here. Also, you could use the cursor to
view the items/tools you've got.

Sel Screen
+ Screen 1 (Farm Menu)

[Farm Name]
Money Icon             #####G.
Farmer Icon [Farmer Name]
Dog Icon [Dog Name]
[# of hearts] oooo

Chicken Icon [# of chicken]   Chk.Feeds [# of Chk.Feeds]
Cow Icon     [# of cow]       C/S Feeds [# of C/S Feeds]
Sheep Icon [# of sheep]
Fish Icon [# of fishes]    Wood Icon [# of Wood]

The Book Icon is not # of fishes, but the number of Ryori (Japanese, means
meals,or dishes)

+ Screen 2 (Sprite Menu)

Sprite Icon [Sprite Name]
[# of hearts] o

+ Screen 3 (Daily Profit Menu)

[Current Date]

+                 #####G.
-                 #####G.

M.Icon = 10000
[Date]      [_____________]
[Date]      [_____________]

+ Screen 4 (Tools Overview)
[Tool Icon] [######________] 20%

Mis. Screen
+ Screen 1 (Crops Sold)

[Tunip Icon]    Turnip           # of sold
[Potato Icon]   Potato           # of sold
[Cucumber Icon] Cucumber         # of sold

+ Screen 2

Fishing Record: Consists of the stuffs you've got through fishing.
Name           [Fish's Name](Although something you get isn't fish at all)
Biggest Size   [Biggest size of the fish]
Numbers        [How many fish of this species you have caught]

+ Screen 3

MiniGames' Record###
Harvesting Game         [Best Record]
Feeding Game            [Best Record]
Watering Game           [Best Record]
Flying Sauce Game       [Best Record]

Incomes and Outcomes#########
Highest Income for one day
Highest Outcome for one day
Highest Income for one month
Highest Outcome for one month

How Screen

[Option 1][Option 2]
[Option 3][Exit/Cancel]

Option 1 - All about farming/planting crops and taking care of
weeds, rocks, and sticks
Option 2 - Some quick tips
Option 3 - Opens up livestock help
Exit/Cancel - Exit the How Screen

+ Option 3 list

[Cow]  [Exit]
Farming Basics

I don't have a manual for the game or something so anything here written here
is and surely is taken straight from my gaming experience. I'll be assuming
that you have breifly understood the basic controls of Harvest Moon and has
played even a little bit of the game.

All throughout the game(even if you'll gona go to sleep) you'll find yourself
always carrying that little backpack. Hit the A and B Button to quickly ummon
the Backpack screen or choose it from the menu window. The pack allows you to
carry tools and items. You can only carry a certain number of items and tools
depending on the size. Holding an Item cancels the use of a tool. You can
increase the number of tools you can store in your backpack by buying a etter

To switch froom tools simply open the tool screen and either manually bring it
to the activated tool or just press the A button twice. Don't worry time
doesn't expire doing this.

Picking Up items
A basic skill that is very essential all through out the game. Simply face
the item and press the A button to pick it up. This automatically makes the
item on use or equipped so you should store them in your pack before you
could throw them away. Equipping items gives you several choices:

(1) Throw it
Simply hit the A button to throw the equipped item away. This is rather
frustrating if you're supposedly be shipping goods. Some items are not
destructible in your farm. Meaning throwing them in the vicinity of the farm
won't destroy them. Also, dropped goods are no longer available for selling
or being picked up again.

(2) Dumping Garbages
This skill is related to cleaning up your farm. You could easily view this
tutorial through the 'How' option on the menu screen. Here's the list of hose
you cold find in your farm.
Branch (A orange branch)
Stone (A small stone)
Weed (Green grass like plant)
Lumber (A Vertical chopped log)
Tools are needed to destroy them. Weeds for example could already be removed
By simply pulling it out and throwing it away. Branches are destroyed by an
Axe and it'll automatically add up to your number of lumbers. Lumber and
Branches could easily be destroyed by throwing them at the green portion of
your field or in your pond. Destroyed Lumbers and easily dealt much like
stones, simply hitting them with a hammer destroyes them or could easily be
thrown in your pond.

(3) Gifts
Items equipped could be handed as a gift. Simply go up to the certain person
you wish to hand the item to and just talk to them like the usuall. You'll
automatically hand it over to him/her. Some items that isn't available for
selling is good for giving gifts.

(4) Store in backpack
Simply hitting the 'B' button automatically puts items on hold in your pack.
This should always be done if you should be careful when shipping lots of

Mining Basics
In Mineral Town, there's a total of 2 mines. If you're a begineer you better
just mine when you'll be needing an ore for upgrade if not it may take a lot
of fatigue from you also certain items are adviseable to mine successfully.

1st Mine - Cave near the Spring
At the hot spring area there's a cave just near the Pond. It's pretty easy to
spot and it's almost very open. It's not hard to spot as it's just standing
Possible Ores are:
kuzu(I don't know what it is either), Copper, Silver,
Gold, Mythril, Orihalcon, Adamantite, Sage's Stone
(Only after you've got all the Cursed Items), Goddess's
Stone(9 in all)

2nd Mine - The Mine across the lake
This mine is and can be located and accessible near the mountain path and
during Winter only. It could be seen on the map as well. During winter the
lake would be frozen hard enough for people to walk on it. It's in the middle
of the lake.
Possible Ores are:
kuzu, Moonstone, Sandrose, Emerald, Ruby, Topaz, Amethyst,
Diamond, Pink diamond, and four other kinds of ores I couldn't
translate properly. and Kappa's Stone(9 in all)
** you can get a Power Berry in 29th layer underground.
** one thing more to go, the coin bag you dug contains
a random amount of money.

(1) Why Mine?
Mining is another way of providing yourself extra income. Specially during
the winter season where your income should decrease by 1/10. Mining requires
two distinct tools. A hammer and a hoe. The hoe is needed to go deeper or
find a way to go down the mine for better ores as the hammer is used to
destroy rocks and possibly acquire ores from it as well. Basically, If you
mine you get easy bucks and in an unlimited ways. Also this is a requirement
for you to upgrade certain tools or make certain items. Sometimes you'll find
money (10G.) as you mine. If you'll mine you should be ready as having a
basket and perhaps medicine for restoring fatigue would help a lot. At an
early stage mining is not actually a good way to earn money as some forage-
able items gives you a lot more money rather than mining.

(2) Mining Tips
+ Upgraded tools has no effect on the mine so they still cover a block per
+ To go deeper smash/plow as much blocks as you can and find a hole. You could
go deeper into the mine from there.
+ The hole changes position everytime you enter them though the odds are like
+ A better pack or a basket is a great idea to be earning big bucks from it.
+ Pull out of the mine if your face has turned blue.
+ Bring along a medicine if you'll be mining long and hard.

(3) Ores are us!
Here are the items you could find they're arranged already.
Junk Ore          1G
Money Bag         10G - instant money
Copper Ore        15G
Silver Ore        20G
Gold Ore          25G
Mystrile Ore      30G
Orichalcum Ore    50G
Adamantite Ore    50G

Fishing Basics
Fishing is another way of earning extra income though the process itself is
tedious and frustrating at times luckily you won't be starting the game to
fish ASAP. You'll be needing a fishing rod (Of Course!). You can acquire it
on the beach. Fishing could be done on bodies of waters only excluding ponds,
and hot springs. Simply equip the rod and cast them out. Wait for the rod to
vibrate a little then pull it in. There are ways to easily pull out fishes
just refer to the stuffs below.

Fishes had a couple of purposes as they come in to the mineral town. Either
sell them, give them as gifts, or cook them.

(1) Why Fish?
Fishing is fun. Is that not enough? Also, some people likes fish for present
or simply they sell for a good price. They'll be ranging from 100 - 300G.
according to their size. Fishing is a good way to burn time.

(2) Fishing Tips
+ Throwing Trash(I think weeds/destoyable is one) around will decrease the
chance of fishing out a fish,
+ A bin or a basket is where you should throw your trash.
+ There are fish in the hot spring. but you won't be able to catch it without
Cursed Rod.

(3) Fished Out?!
Unused Can
Fish Bone
Small Fish     50G.
Medium Fish    120G.
Large Fish     200G.

Shipping: The bin and beyond!
The Shipping bin is the place where you sell your goods. Just throw them in
and you'll notice it to budge a little. There are 3 shipping bins in total 1
situated in your farm and the other 2 are inside the chicken coop and
the barn. There are an advanced way of shipping and it mainly makes your
shipping job easier specially when you've almost filled your farm with crops.

(1) The beyond!
Do you know that time doesn't expire when you're inside a house? The shipping
bin is located at the top left of the farm map but what about those you've
planted away from it? There's the barn and the coop as an answer. You
could use the bins in them to ship produce as well. Just pick as much crops
and just hop in their hood and ship it there. This avoids spending 10 to 30
minutes of farming time by just shipping goods! This also helps if you're
situated far from it.

(2) Advance Shipping Equipment
There are things that makes shipping easy as well. You've got the Horse's
Saddle and a Basket.

The Basket is perhaps the best tool you'll ever need. It could store 30 items
in it and shipping them of just requires one shot. The basket is really
expensive but with the help of constant farming you could avail of this early
on. This'll cut your shipping time and focus more on harvesting. To use the
basket simply treat it as a normal shipping bin. One's you've filled or ready
to sell the things inside just pour it over the bin much like selling normal
crops. Items thrown in the bin can never be retrieved. It's much like a
blackhole >.< They could also be taken anywhere and be left there for you to
come back the other day. Even storm or bad whether couldn't tore them apart!

The horse's saddle is given when you've made your pony like you enough. The
horse moves by itself and so using the horse as a bin should be just a
second option since if you're not careful enough you can throw good money
away as the horse suddenly move when you think he wouldn't.

Taking Santa's place
This is merely like Gift Giving and Making friends. Sure it's just a waste of
good money but do you know that even if you befriend a normal villager
they'll be of some use? Like if you befriend the old lady that lives near the
Mayor he could give a recipe for you. Some of which could give you cool
farming tips or give you hints on what to give a girl.

Basic Farming Tools

At the beginning of the game you'll find a hammer, an Ax, a Hoe, a sickle and
a watering can inside your tool box. You can equip any of the three or
depending on your backpack. The status screen shows the level of your tools
and the like learning them gives you an advantage on your farming techniques.

The status screen should look like the one below:

- = Status Screen of Tools = -
___________    Legend
(Tool Icon)    [||||||||||||___________]   [C] Copper Ore
[C][S][G][M]        [##%]   [S] Silver Ore
[G] Gold Or
[M] Mystrile Ore

The bar reoresents the experience bar. The color of it would change depending
on the tool level. To see whether the tool is available for an upgrade check
the ores available for it.

The percentage reads this way.
[Percentage]   [Tool/Color/Type]        [Cost for Upgrade+Req]
001% to 099%   Default Tool                [N/A]
100% to 199%   Copper Tool              1000G. + Copper Ore
200% to 299%   Silver Tool              2000G. + Silver Ore
300% to 399%   Gold Tool                3000G. + Gold Ore
400%           Mystrile Tool            5000G. + Mystrile Ore

It's possible to jump unto a certain tool right away. Like skipping Copper then
quickly upgrading it for a silver tool. It's economical that way though you
should plan before hand when to upgrade certain tools. Like a sickle's job is
still quite easy with out any upgrades. Or a Hammer should be updgraded to at
least copper to smash rocks. All you have to do is to accumulate as much
experience by constantly using the tools. How? read the next section. Anyway,
the tools or the cost doesn't build up. It's rather fixed.

(1) How to upgrade?
All you need is to obtain a certain ore that is required for upgrade, ample
amount of money and the tool itself!. Check the Mine section for the ores and
for the basics. Also, tools needed a certain amount of experience for upgrade.
This is done by using them on proper places. Like hoe would be earning it's
experience by tilling soil or Hammers by breaking rocks. There's an advance
way of earning experience though only applicable to Ax and Hammer as they're
designed for it. Hoe, Sickle and Watering Can should be earning their
experience from constant work as the two said tools could earn theirs by
simply  hitting Rocks or Large stones or stumps. At their level they won't be
hurting it but they'll be gaining levels from it anyway.

(2) Effect Chart
|Tool          Model    Effect                               |
Ax            ------    Chop only branches/logs
Copper    Chop logs/6 hits to a tree stump
Silver    Chop logs/3 hits to a tree stump
Gold      Chop logs/2 hits to a tree stump
Mystrile  Chop logs/1 hit to a tree stump

Hammer        --------  You can only break small stones
Copper    3 hits for large stone
Silver    2 hits for large stone/5 hits for rocks
Gold      1 hit for large stone/ 3 hits for rocks
Mystrile  1 hit for large stone/ 2 hits for rocks

Hoe           ------    [Tills 1 tilled soil
Copper    Tills 2 x 1 tilled soil
Silver    Tills 3 x 1 tilled soil
Gold      Tills 4 x 1 tilled soil
Mystrile  Tills 6 x 1 tilled soil

Sickle        ------    Cuts 1 tilled soil
Copper    Cuts 1 x 3 tilled soil
Silver    Cuts 2 x 3 tilled soil
Gold      Cuts 3 x 3 tilled soil
Mystrile  Cuts 5 x 5 tilled soil

Watering Can  -------   Water 1 tilled soil
Copper    Water 1 x 3 tilled soil
Silver    Water 2 x 3 tilled soil
Gold      Water 3 x 3 tilled soil
Mystrile  Water 3 x 5 tilled soil

To use their special function you should hold the B button and the hero would
perform actions corresponding for each levels. The use of powerful tools
doesn't take much energy now as they're more easy to use I presume.

(3) Tools Breakdown
The Ax is extremely important as it's the only way for you to get a lumber or
to avail for an upgrade. The ax could clear tree stumps or branches. Upgraded
Ax still needs to charge up before being able to use their function.

Hammer is another essential tool when it comes to mining. It's used to break
down rocks to earn ores and to destroy stones big and small to clear the farm.
It also is used to destroy destroyed lumbers. Also has a function of removing
or untilling tilled soil.

Hoe is a very important farming tool as it's the only way for you to plant
seeds. With an Upgraded Hoe it'll be easier for you to outline youe crops and
see a better way of farming with it. Hoe is also used to mine so that makes
it's functiontwice as important.

Death's weapon, it's has a long sharp blade on the end and could swipe bodies
as it is used. Oh! Anyway, the sickle is just used to cut grass or weeds or
to lessen an animal's heart level. The sickle is an alternative of getting
fodders for your animals.

Watering Can is another very important tool. You'll find yourself using this
tool 400% of the time! A better Watering Can means that you'll be cutting
your farming time a bit. It's mainly use to water crops. Grass doesn't need
them so you should not use them on them. It also needed to be filled with
water first. Just take it near a body water or your pond to be exact and use it

* Crops Guide *
Crops are the most important thing that you need to learn when farming.
They're the heart and sould of it. To plant crops, you have to buy one from
the grocery store or the chinese looking peddlar. Seeds are packed into 9 and
is used ones. You need to till block of soil to be able to plant them and
watering them everyday is a must.

(1)Using the land for your advantage
Be sure that you've learned everything about the basic farmings as well as
the tools needed. Strategically tilling soils depends on how much you would
like to earn as well as the crops you're planting. The following patterns
suggests the type of watering can you should be using to be able to maximize
and utilize every single bit of everything.

[:] - tilled soil where the seeds would go
[X] - un-tilled soil/Blank space


This pattern is designed for a normal watering can and a copper watering can.
Since you won't be able to reach the very center part ones the seeds began
sprouting giving it a blank space at the center or reconsider the following:

[:][X][:]  [:][:][:] [:][:][:] [:][:][:]
[:][:][:]  [:][:][X] [:][:][:] [X][:][:]
[:][:][:]  [:][:][:] [:][X][:] [:][:][:]

By following these or any of these patterns you'll be utilizing the space
without leaving one part waiting. These patterns allows you to water every
single one of your crops till you could get a silver watering can or a higher
one. Since in a 9 tilled block you'll surely fail watering the center without
a higher leveled watering can. To have a maximum harvest an 8 crop pattern is
followed till you've already upgraded your can. I suggest going straight to
Silver or any other higher watering can to not waste money at the same time
max out the time.

* - You can take on a 9 patterned block and just ask a harvest sprite to help
you water/harvest it.

However having a Silver or a higher watering can you can follow the 9 pattern
block as seen here:


This applies to plants that grows once though you could enlist the harvest
sprites to help you get to the center anytime. To scattter those seeds just
walk on the center of the '3x3' block and use it there.

Planting seeds that is off season in your farm will kill it. Let say you've
planted a turnip during another season or they're in a process of growing and
the next season comes. They'll then automatically wither. Though I think
planting summer-type seeds on the last day of spring then they'll live the next

TIPS: After you have sold over 100 turnip, potato and cucumber for each, you
will get Strawberry Seed It goes the same way in summer and autumn. You will
receive new seeds if you've sown 100 each of the 3 basic seeds that could be
purchased in stores.

(2)Profit Formula
The profit from crops is calculated under this formula:

The crops profit margin is being calculated by this formula:

A = Number of crops sown
B = Selling price of sown crops
C = Cost of the bag of seeds
D = Number of days for the crop to grow
E = Times a crop could be harvested
F = Profit per bag of seeds
G = Days before regrowing

Profit per bag of seeds = (A x B) - C

It is then calculated for the number of times it could be harvested or the
amount of profit you could gain for the entire season under these formula for
non-regrowing crops:

Times a crop could be harvested = (30 days - D)

Total profit earned = (F x E)

For the regrowing plants here's the deal:

Profite per bag of seeds per season [(A x B) E ] - C

Times a crop could be harvested = [(30 days - D) / G]

* - Color indicate the of the seed pachage. Each seed are packed into 9 seeds
each. Refer below for the explanation: (Also is arranged in an order with the
highest gained profit per max harvest)

[Crop name]
Color: [On what color does the seed is packed]
Season: [Season's specified]
Type: [Type of crop whether a Single or Multiple]
Cost: [Per bag of seeds]
Sell: [How much each crop is sold]
Growth Period: [The time before being able to be harvested]
Regrowth Period: [The time before a multiple type crop would
Maximum Harvest: [ # of times it could be harvested per month]
Place: [Where it is bought]
Profit: [self explanatory]
+ A: per 8-seed harvest
+ B: per 9-seed harvest
+ C: 8-seed max harvest per month
+ D: 9-seed max harvest per month

- = S P R I N G = -

Color            Yellow-Green
Season           Spring
Type             Single
Cost             500G.
Sell             250G each
Growth Period    15 days
Regrowth Period  N/A
Maximum Harvest  2 times
Place            Won, Zak's place
+ A             1500G.
+ B             1750G.
+ C             3000G.
+ D             3500G.

Color            White
Season           Spring
Type             Single
Cost             120G.
Sell             60G each
Growth Period    4 days
Regrowth Period  N/A
Maximum Harvest  7 times
Place            Grocery Store
+ A             360G.
+ B             420G.
+ C             2520G.
+ D             2940G.

Color            Brown/Yellowish
Season           Spring
Type             Single
Cost             150G.
Sell             80G each
Growth Period    7 days
Regrowth Period  N/A
Maximum Harvest  4 times
Place            Grocery Store
+ A             490G.
+ B             570G.
+ C             1960G.
+ D             2280G.

Color            Dark Green
Season           Spring
Type             Multiple
Cost             200G.
Sell             60G each
Growth Period    9 days
Regrowth Period  6 days
Maximum Harvest  4 times
Place            Grocery Store
+ A             280G.
+ B             340G.
+ C             1520G.
+ D             1960G.

- = S U M M E R = -

Color            Yellowish
Season           Summer
Type             Multiple
Cost             1000G.
Sell             500G each
Growth Period    21 days
Regrowth Period  5 days
Maximum Harvest  2 times
Place            Won, Zak's place
+ A             3000G.
+ B             3500G.
+ C             7000G.
+ D             8000G.

Color            White/Yellowish-Brown
Season           Summer
Type             Multiple
Cost             300G.
Sell             100G each
Growth Period    13 days
Regrowth Period  4 days
Maximum Harvest  5 times
Place            Grocery Store
+ A             500G.
+ B             600G.
+ C             3700G.
+ D             4200G.

Color            Red
Season           Summer
Type             Multiple
Cost             200G.
Sell             60G each
Growth Period    10 days
Regrowth Period  3 days
Maximum Harvest  7 times
Place            Grocery Store
+ A             280G.
+ B             600G.
+ C             3160G.
+ D             3580G.

Color            Brown
Season           Summer
Type             Single
Cost             150G.
Sell             80G each
Growth Period    8 days
Regrowth Period  N/A
Maximum Harvest  3 times
Place            Grocery Store
+ A             490G.
+ B             570G.
+ C             1470G.
+ D             1710G.

- = F A L L = -

Color            Red Orange
Season           Fall
Type             Multiple
Cost             300G.
Sell             120G each
Growth Period    6 days
Regrowth Period  3 days
Maximum Harvest  9 times
Place            Grocery Store
+ A             660G.
+ B             780G.
+ C             8340G.
+ D             9420G.

Color            Purple
Season           Fall
Type             Multiple
Cost             120G.
Sell             80G each
Growth Period    8 days
Regrowth Period  3 days
Maximum Harvest  7 times
Place            Grocery Store
+ A             520G.
+ B             600G.
+ C             4360G.
+ D             4980G.

Color            Dark Green(different from cucumber)
Season           Fall
Type             Multiple
Cost             150G.
Sell             40G each
Growth Period    8 days
Regrowth Period  2 days
Maximum Harvest  12 times
Place            Won, Zak's place
+ A             170G.
+ B             210G.
+ C             3690G.
+ D             4170G.

Color            Orange
Season           Fall
Type             Single
Cost             300G.
Sell             120G each
Growth Period    8 days
Regrowth Period  N/A
Maximum Harvest  3 times
Place            Grocery Store
+ A             660G.
+ B             780G.
+ C             1980G.
+ D             2340G.

Town Guide


Inn, Mayor's House, Library, Market, Vineyard, Carpenters House Your Farm,
Poultry Farm, Barn, Sea Town Square,Goddess Pond/1st mine,2nd mine
Kapps location(green guy), Summit, Doctor's Office, Smith's Shop

Note: More info soon!

The People

Ana - Ana, Mar's mother, is just your ordinary housewife. She has a bushy
like hair that covers her ear and has a quite great smile on her face all the

Mug - An old man who resides and still is working to tend to their
livestocks. He's the Cow and Sheep farmer. He's rather old and has a bent
stracture. He weras a green shirt and has a small white glasses. He's
daughter left him May to take care.

Baz - He's an explorer and a plant/flower expert. I thinkhe's some kind of
botanist as he specializes on plants. He has a very masculine built and has a
backpack carried. Wearing a green vest over a white shirt and a feather on
his head.

Cartr - The local priest of mineral town. He hears confession every now and
then and would be out of his parish church every now and then. He's fond of
children and would always be found in a cheerful mood. Cartr always wears his
black priestly robe.

Gra - He's some guy who's wearing a blue cap and wears a worker overall. He's
always muttering about something and is rather a very sad guy. He would be
found loitering by the square or be found inside the bar. He's a blacksmith
in training.

Doctr - The town's local doctor. A melancholic person. He always shows
authority in his work and would sound rather annoying at times. He's usually
in the clinic working and under his white doctor shirt.

Dud - He's Ann's dad. He has an orange hair and a noticeable mustache, he
wears a white shirt the resides under a leather like vest. He's very
desperate for a man to marry his tomboy daughter. He's always in the bar

Duke - Duke is dressed up in a bartender like vest. A cool white streaks by
his hair and a very noticeable bow on his neck and a white suit. Duke loves
wine and is always looking at them.

Eln - Eln is an old lady who lives with his grandson Yew and Eli. She's too
old as she's stuck in his rocking chair. He would want to be out in the
outdoors though his condition forbids it.

Goz - Goz is the woodsman who lives by the wood. He's a carpenter in
proffesion and is always checking out the mountains for lumber. He has a
rowdy look wearing a brown beard and a white shirt.

Har - Har is the very friendly policeman who is out to search for a
suspicious person. He wears a dark blue  police uniform and a mailman-like

Jef - Jef is Sara's husband. He's a very kind person who wears a white
waiter-like shirt and supports a black mustache. He works and owns the
grocery store.

Lil - Lil's Pop's mother. She's sick as it stops her from going out to much
though that doesn't stop her from working in her poultry farm.

Mim - A very talkative lady. She's Duke's wife and she works for the winery
as well. She would be seen constantly chattering around the square if not
she's always found in the winery.

May - May is Mug's granddaughter. She's always playing around or near the
church with Yew. She wears a cute little pigtail and a red shirt.

Tommy - He's the mayor of the town that resembles a certain Nintendo
character. He could be identified quickly through his unique mustache and his
red nose.

Rik - Rik's Pop's elder brother. He dislike those who are not worthy of her
sister Pop. He works at the Poultry Farm and looks like a crazy guy in glasses.

Sabre - Sabre is the blacksmith of the town. He is one of the old people that
resides the town. He's currently training his apprentice Gra.

Zak - Zak is the shipper. He'll be visiting your town most of the time and
take those stuffs you've shipped and pay  you on the spot. He has this big
masculine build and a spiked like brown hair.

Won - He'll greet you early in the game. He's the chinese merchant selling
cool goods/bag of seeds. He wears a yellow chinese-styled shirt and a
mustache of the heritage. He resides at Zak's place.

Yew - Yew's Eln granchild. He has this helmet-styled hair and wears a white
shirt. He loves playing with the local priest and/or May.

Sara - Sara's Kar's mother and Jef's wife. She's usually around the square if
not tending around the store. She has a blond hair and a white shirt under
her blue apron.


There are five total girls and 1 you can marry in this game. You should make
them like you first before they accept your proposal and at the same time a
larger house is needed. There are ways to them to like you either talk to
them often, give them gifts or participate events with them. Here are the
heart indications:

Black - You're just a stranger to them.
Purple - She knew of you now.
Blue - You're considered as her friend
Green - She thinks of you as a Good Friend
Yellow - You two willbe more than just friends now.
Orange - She's in love with you.
Red - She's madly deeply in love with you.

(Lan? or Anne?)
Ann - 17th of Summer
Rival: Cliff
Ann's a tomboy. Her dad's the owner of the bar, Dud. She's mostly found out
doors if not in her room. She likes mostly anything and is rather thankful
for anything. She's cheerful and loves nature.

Eli - 16th of Spring
Rival: Doc
Eli's the local nurse. She loves little kids and is hoping to someday have
one. She's always working in the Hospital. She loves mostly anything possibly
animals. She aspires being much like her grandmother Eln and is hoping to be
a good nurse.

Kar - 15th of Fall
Rival: Rick
Karen is the daughter of Sara and Jef. She sports a very anime like hairstlye
taking after her mother's blonde hair. She's a cool girl and is always in her
room if not just by the bench near the store. She's the most mature among the
girls and is rather picky when it comes to gifts.

Mar - 20th of Winter
Rival: Gray
Mar is the Librarian of the town. She enjoys reading and learning new things.
She has a thick black hair and wears a pair of glasses with her blue dress.
She lives with Baz and her mother Mim.

Pop - 3rd of Summer
Rival: Kai
Pop is a daughter of the Poultry Farm owner. She tends to chicken every now
and then and is found usually hanging by the beach during summer. She wears a
pink dress over a white jacket like thing. She looks rather childish and
would sometimes act like one.

Birthday: Spring 8 or 9
Favorites: Anything you've grown on your farm.
Marriage Requirements:
- Catch all the different species of fish, including the 6 Kings
- Ship at least 1 of every shippable item
- Collect all 9 of the Goddess Jewels and receive the Goddess' Treasure
- Own the Big Bed for your home
- Dig up every type of ore from the mines
- Be in your 5th year on the farm

Carpenter's Upgrade

The Carpenter, Goz could upgrade your house, barn, chicken coop or even have
a new house located just across the poultry farm in the town. Upgrading
houses doesn't have any other requirement other than the enlisted things
needed like lumber and money. Having an upgrade allows you to do certain
thing like breed more animals or live a better life on a better house that
has a couple of more features other than a bed and like that. The things
below goes like this:

Name of Upgrade - What will happen/How does it looks
+ Gold
+ Wood

Wood = 50 G.

Golden Wood thingie - 100000 G. must have 999 Wood first.

Upgrade: money/logs
Farm House1: 3000/200
- Gives your house a bit of space.

Farm House2: 10000/700
- You get the fireplace with this

Chicken Coop: 5000/420
- Gives you more spaces in the coop

Cow Barn: 6800/500
- Gives you more spaces in the barn

Bathroom: 30000/580
- Adds the bathroom house upgrade

Window Remodel: 25000/300
- Square Window with screen Square Window w/o screen Round Window

Doghouse Remodel: 20000/500

Red Blue Strange Mailbox Remodel: 10000/200

Red Blue Strange Townhouse/Villa: 100,000,000/999

i have found out a few things! to get furniture you need to order it by first
watching t.v on a saterday and then running to the inn and use the telephone
that is near the till, and 2 days later when you go outside you will see the
guy that picks your crops everyday at 5:00pm! I am making a list of all the
things you can order. here are a few

Mirror : 1000g. Makes a fancy mirror next to your bookshelf.

Grandfather clock : 2000g, This put a grandfather clock in your house. It is
place to the left of your mirror.

TV Guide

Household items could be purchased at the TV Shopping channel. They're on
every saturday and you could use the phone in the Inn to purchase the item
they're selling during that day.
Name              Price       Usage
Mirror            1000G.      Will tell you something.(Actually nothing
Clock             2000G.      Just tells you the exact time
Fridge            2500G.      You can store crops and foods there
Cupboard          2500G.      Those cannot be stored in the fridge, just
put them here
Carpet            5000G.      Just decoration
Big Bed           10000.      Really expensive, necessary for your marriage.
Kitchen Knife     1500G.      Needed to do the cooking
Fly Pan           1500G.      Needed to do the cooking
Pot               1000G.      Needed to do the cooking
Mixer             1200G.      Needed to do the cooking
Whisk             500G.       Needed to do the cooking
Seasoning Set     2500G.      Needed to do the cooking
Power Berry       10000G.     A powerberry ^_^
Rolling pole      750G.       Needed to do the cooking

**The cooking set have 8 items in all, but you can do most of the cookings
merely by 1~3 cookers.

Random HM Stuffs

From: ELF <[email protected]>
New recipes I've found (I suspect that they, like the birthdays, are mostly
the same as in the PS version, but these are new[I think]. I'm only halfway
through fall year one, so I have the kitchen and a couple of the utensils,
but hardly any ingredients, so I haven't started cooking.) +'s indicate
optional items. It's also interesting to note that what you put in a recipe
DOES affect its recuperative abilities, including seasonings ^_^

From Gotz: Savory Pancakes-Flour, Egg, Cabbage, Frying Pan, Knife, Oil
From TV: Toast- Bread, Oven From Chef: Baked Sweet Potato-Sweet potato,
egg, butter, sugar, pot, oven (he says this is a favorite at the
spring tea party, so maybe it'd be a good gift then?)
Moon Dumplings: Muffin Mix, Sugar


Likes/Dislikes (there are some great FAQs for the PS game that are pretty
much accurate. I'm only going to list things I've found that are different
from that version) One overall thing is the pretty much everybody seems to
at least like flowers, including the men.

Karen: likes all flowers (she was neutral to all but pink cat), hates
chocolate, dislikes apples
Stu: likes flowers
Barley: dislikes herbs (at least yellow and green)
Jeff: is neutral to flowers
Cliff: hates flour
H. Goddess: loves flowers and eggs, is neutral to spa-boiled eggs and
sweet potatos
Sasha: seems to hate all plants, especially flowers


Shop Hours: Yodel Farm: 10-3, closed Monday
Chicken Farm 11-4, closed Sunday
Lumberyard: 11-4, closed Saturday


Gifts to the Harvest Goddess (I haven't kept an exact count, so these are only

20ish: Power Berry
50ish: Claims she makes a girl like you more (hard to verify) BUT if you tell
her you like her, she'll like you more and will give you relaxation tea leaves.


Shopping Channel Kitchen $10000 Oven $2500 (? I forgot to check T_T)


Sellables(just thing I didn't notice in your list ^_^)
Spa-boiled Egg: 80
Gold Egg: 150
Ruby: 78 one of those apples Won is always trying to sell...HMSGB.
I don't know if it sells for more than you pay for it, but it is counted in
the Memos list as an individual sellable, so maybe there's something special
about it?)


Fishing Rod: I got this in late summer, so I think you can get it year round,
but you have to be friends with Zack first (or at least acquaintances)


Stone of Truth: I've only found one so far T_T It was upstairs in the library
in the SE bookshelf


Upgrades from Gotz(I know you have most of these, but I can't remember which
so I'm going to list them all 8P)

Upgrade: money/logs
Farm House1: 3000/200
Farm House2: 10000/700 (you get the fireplace with this)
Chicken Coop: 5000/420
Cow Barn: 6800/500
Bathroom: 30000/580
Window Remodel: 25000/300 Square Window with screen Square Window w/o screen
Round Window
Doghouse Remodel: 20000/500
Red Blue Strange
Mailbox Remodel: 10000/200
Red Blue Strange Townhouse/Villa: 100,000,000/999


As the name implies, I will give you extra info about the game

There's been a new type of farm tools.they are called cursed(insert farm tool
name), blessed(insert farm tool name) and mythic(insert farm tool name).I've
only got them through a CB codes.

I've only tested the mythic tools.I will list them now:
Hoe -tiles horizontal 18 and vertical 5
Sickle -cuts a wide radius.REALLY wide(but not entire farm)
Watering can -waters 252 squares(radius still unknown as one charged water
waters all my crop)
Hammer -Supercharged one small rock=whacks ALL rocks in the area regardless
of size in ONE hit
Axe -same as hammer but at stumps and lumber

that is all the info I can provide.How to get them is still unknown

Hope that helps.


From: Steve <[email protected]>
Alright, let me see, i found out that there was an oval shaped bright green
mineral called fluorite, and the pink diamond thingy is called a desert rose.
thats all i found so far, the translation is not that great it like it has
some minerals and seeds and stuff but even some of the minerals aren't
spelled right.  i think that its correct though cuase i ran it over with my
friend who reads writes and speaks japanese.  so thats it


T.V. Prizes - has something to do when you press down when watching TV. The
# indicates every correct answers me thinks ^^

90-99 french fries recipe
80-89 katchup recipe
70-79 pirate treasure
60-69 fossil
50-59 golden lumber
40-49 dress
30-39 perfume
25-29 facial mask probably 20-29
15-19 sunblock
10-14 relaxation tea leaves
5-9 rice cake
1-4 nothing


I found 2 jewels other than the one you have on the faq.  There's one in the
Horse's water (the horse's house/stable thing),and the other I found mining
(breaking rocks, did NOT dig it up with the hoe) in the Winter Mine.  Thought
I'd help you out


Um.. as we all know that the sprites like items of their color, we give
Simple things like the grass on the beach, or flowers. Honey is the best item
that all the sprites like, especially yellow. You give him like 5 of these,
he'd probably have 4 hearts. And when they work more, they get better. And if
they have more hearts towards you, they tend to build up their working speed
a lot faster. Like if one sprite has only 1 heart towards you, he learns very
slow. The ones with a lot of hearts learn very fast. So give them a lot of
items first, the tell them to work. That way, they build up their skills much
faster. Here's something really strange... Sprites are willing to work the
animals, but when I pick up a chicken and talk to them, they get scared. They
are really scared of animals, even your dog.

When you work them too much, and never talk to some, they talk very funny.
They are afraid that you will make their houses dirty. And when they like you
a lot, they say they know when you are going to arrive. When the sprites do
the animal in the barn, you can see that he walks everywhere, on the wall,
over the cow, on the feeding boxes. And when outside, they walk over ponds,
through fences and houses. You can see that their movements are totally
random, and don't have limits for where they cannot go, like us, the
character. What's also funny is that when it, for example, milk the cow, it
just spray magic. And the milk will automatically teleport from inside the
cow to the shipping bin. Isn't it amazing?


Prizes you can get on the Harvest Goddess New Years Game.

0-1 Nothing
2 Orange Grass
3-5 Buckwheat Flour
6-7 Rice Cake
8-9 Buckwheat Flour

10-14 relaxation tea leaves
15-19 sunblock

20-24 Skin Lotion
25-29 Face Mask

30-39 perfume
40-49 dress
50-59 golden lumber
60-69 fossil
70-79 pirate treasure
80-89 katchup recipe
90-99 french fries recipe

100+ Book (Commerates your victory of the Havest Godess game by winning 100
times in a row)


The T.V. prizes happen the last week and first week of the year when the
goddess is on the left channel (lol left channel) she'll show you a number
nd she'll tell you that the next number will be either Higher or Smaller (you
pick) if you get it right you get prizes =D and you get orange grass (not
sure but i know its grass), i wonder how she magically passes it through
the T.V., and for like 4 guesses correct she'll give you cheese cake... thats
how far I've gotten then new years week passed so i'll have to wait... Thanks
for hearing me out :D hope i was some kinda help, donít want readers reading
info thats partially correct.

Item Bestiary

Item Bestiary Section is a section that simply contains minor information on
how or where or how much an item is. Contributions are widely appreciated
just follow the format for me to put it up easier.

Item Name: Item Description
Season it could be found : Place it was found
Buying Price/Selling Price

Blue Grass: Find them in the mountains. Eat to Recover some Stamina.
Spring - Forest, Hot Spring
Sell: 100G

Bamboo Shoot: Find them in the mountains. Can be eaten or shipped.
Spring - Forest, Mother's Hill
Sell: 50G

Orange Grass: Does not affect Stamina or Fatigue.
Spring - Beach
Sell: 100G

Upgrade Rucksack
Any Season - Store
Buy: 3000G

Brush: A tool for brushing Cows, Sheep, or Horses.
Any Season - Blacksmith
Buy: 800G

Milker: A Tool for milking adult female cows.
Any Season - Blacksmith
Buy: 2000G

Cutter: A tool for shearing Wool from adult Sheep.
Any Season - Blacksmith
Buy: 1800G

Poulrty Farm
Buy: 1500
Sell: Varies

Basket: Can Store goods to ship. Holding # items.
Any Season - Store
Buy: 5000G

Gift Warp
Any Season - Store
Buy: 100G

Bread: May be eaten as is, or used for cooking.
Any Season - Store
Buy: 100G

Curry Powder: May be eaten as is, or used for cooking.
Any Season - Store
Buy: 100G

Flour: May be eaten as is, or used for cooking.
Any Season - Store
Buy: 50G

Rice Ball: May be eaten as is, or used for cooking.
Any Season - Store
Buy: 100G

Oil: May be eaten as is, or used for cooking.
Any Season - Store
Buy: 50G

Dunpling: May be eaten as is, or used for cooking.
Any Season - Store
Buy: 100G

Chocolate: May be eaten as is, or used for cooking.
Any Season - Store
Buy: 100G

Bodigizer: Helps recuperate Stamina
Any Season - Clinic
Buy: 500G

Turbojolt: Helps recuperate Fatigue.
Any Season - Clinic
Buy: 1000G

Branches: Material for Lumber. Can be placed on tillable land.
Spring - Forest
Default - Farm

Stones: Can be smashed with Hammer or placed on tillable land.
Default - Farm

Weeds: Grow in Spring and Fall. Should be removed.
Defaul - Farm

Moon Drop Grass: Flowers in Spring. Cannot be Shipped.
Spring - Forest, Mother's Hill, Hot Spring

Toy Flower: Flowers in Spring. Cannot be Shipped.
Spring - Mother's Hill

Chicked Feed: Place in the Feed Bin the Chicken Coop.
Poultry Farm
Buy: 10G

Animal Medicine: Use to cure sick livestock.
Poultry Farm
Buy: 1000G

Lumber: Use for construction, fire-wood, or Fences.
Gotz' House
Buy: 50G

Cheats and Secrets

Here is what I know:
Throw Cucumbers in pond where 2nd mine is open,during winter,to meet some
green guy and get something. Of course,the Goddess in the Waterfall.

You should through Cucumbers in the lake EXCEPT IN WINTER! For in winter, the
lake is frozen! And you should through it continually for 10 days, that is at
least 1 cucumber each day(He won't thank you for extra). You will get a Blue
Power Berry(Mysterious Berry) which cuts your stamina loss by half.


To bless a cursed tool do the following :

Equip the cursed sickle and keep it on your character for a total of 10 days.

Visit the church and have the pastor remove the curse 10 times (each time costs

Use the Cursed Axe a total of 255 times.

Equip the cursed hammer and keep it on your character for a total of 10 days.

Watering Can
Visit the church and have the pastor remove the curse 10 times (each time costs

Fishing Rod
Use the Cursed Fishing Rod a total of 255 times.


Stone of Truth (From:Various People)

1. Bought from Won for 50,000G
2. Through Horserace medals (1000 medals)
3. Dog House
4. Stable (by the water)
5. library, upstairs, bookcase
6. 100 floor in spring mine
7. Mountain Cottage
8. Mayor Thomas' Fridge