Animal Crossing New Leaf Guide


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1) Introduction
2) Technical Gameplay
3) Language
4) Keyboard
5) Getting Started
6) Faces
7) The Unknown Cat
8) Buttons
9) Icons
10) Color in Dialog
11) Arrival
12) House Upgrades
13) House Exterior Reforms
14) Around the Town
15) Shopping District
16) Retail Upgrades
17) Money Making
18) Tools
19) Head Sonchou
20) Kotobuki Land
21) Tours
22) Island Fauna
23) Events
24) Region/Language Exclusive Items
25) Villagers
26) Villager Personalities
27) Villager Interactions
28) Animal Pics
29) Campers
30) Working at the Cafe
31) Special Visitors
32) The Stalk Market
33) Art Detection
34) Badges
35) Insects
36) Fish
37) Seafood
38) Furniture
39) Remakes
40) Wallpaper
41) Carpeting
42) Tops
43) Bottoms
44) Dresses
45) Headwear
46) Accessories
47) Footwear
48) Umbrellas
49) Stationery
50) Music
51) Gyroids
52) Fossils
53) Designs
54) Clothing Visual Impressions
55) Looks
56) Happy Room Academy
57) Happy Home Academy Theme Challenge
58) Feng Shui
59) Feng Shui Furniture
60) Environment
61) Environment Report
62) Perfect Town
63) Hybrid Flowers
64) Bell Trees
65) Grass Routes
66) Downloadable Content
67) TV Program Listing
68) Observations
69) Guides
70) Official Home Page
71) Sources
72) Thanks

 (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 1) INTRODUCTION ****************************************************************************** Tobidase Doubutsu no Mori (TDnM) was released by Nintendo for Nintendo 3DS in Japan on November 8, 2012. *************** Korean Version *************** Twieonawayo Dongmul-ui Sup (TDS) was released by Nintendo for Nintendo 3DS in Korea on February 7, 2013.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 2) TECHNICAL GAMEPLAY ****************************************************************************** Tobidase Doubutsu no Mori (TDnM) was manufactured to play in a Japanese Nintendo 3DS. It cannot function in a non-Japanese 3DS. Twieonawayo Dongmul-ui Sup (TDS) was manufactured to play in a Korean Nintendo 3DS. It cannot function in a non-Korean 3DS.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 3) LANGUAGE ****************************************************************************** This game uses the Japanese language and has little use of English. Written Japanese makes use of three main systems: kanji, hiragana, and katakana. Kanji refers to Chinese characters used in written Japanese. School children are taught the 1,945 regular kanji (identified by a 1981 governmental decree) used in "official" communications (there are thousands of other kanji in use). Hiragana, meaning "ordinary syllabic script," consists of 48 syllables. It is mainly used to write word endings, but is widely used in materials for children. Hiragana symbols appear flowing or "feminine." Katakana, meaning "part (of kanji) syllabic script," also consists of 48 syllables. It has various uses, including foreign words and emphasis (like bold or italics in English). Katakana symbols appear angular or "masculine." Tobidase Doubutsu no Mori uses furigana. Furigana is small hiragana printed above kanji to show the pronunciation. Romaji refers to the system where written Japanese is represented by the Latin (or English) alphabet. This guide uses romaji versions of Japanese names used in the game. The corresponding Animal Crossing: City Folk names are included in brackets. The author apologizes for mistakes in translation. *************** Korean Version *************** Twieonawayo Dongmul-ui Sup uses the Korean language and has little use of English. Written Korean makes use of two main systems: hanja and hangeul. Hanja refers to Chinese characters used in written Korean. School children are expected to learn approximately 1,800 hanja by the end of high school. Most modern Korean writing, including all Korean text in this game, consists entirely of hangeul. Hangeul consists of 24 letters: 14 consonants plus 10 vowels. The letters are combined to form syllable "blocks," which are combined to form words. The romanization system (i.e., how Korean words are transliterated to the Latin alphabet) of the Korean language was officially revised by the Republic of Korea in 2000. This guide uses the revised romanization system (in braces) to represent Korean words and names used in the game. The author uses a hyphen to represent ieung (the "circle" letter) when it has no sound (typically used in syllables that begin with a vowel). The author apologizes for mistakes in translation.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 4) KEYBOARD ****************************************************************************** The default keyboard displays hiragana. Press "(katakana) kana," in the lower left corner, to find katakana. Similarly, press "(hiragana) kana," in the lower left corner, to return to hiragana. The upper right key is the backspace/delete key. The key below the hyphen is the space key. Use the +Control to move the cursor to a different line. The dakuten and handakuten diacritical marks are in the upper left corner. They "light up" when you have the option to add them to your text. Press the third key (when it's "lit up") to produce small kana for "a," "i," "u," "e," "o," "tsu," "ya," "yu," or "yo." Click the "ABC" key in the lower left corner to find the Latin alphabet keyboard. It offers the option of entering romaji that automatically converts to kana! Using the keys in the lower right corner, press "(hiragana) kana" or "(katakana) kana," to convert to hiragana or katakana, respectively. To end conversion, press the key to the left, "(kanji) ei." Clicking the "(hiragana) a i u" key, in the middle on the bottom, returns you to the hiragana keyboard. Clicking the next key to the right brings up nine pages of symbols, including Greek and Cyrillic letters. Finally, clicking the bottom right key, "(katakana) ketai" changes text entry to mimic a telephone-number-key-entry-type system. *************** Korean Version *************** The default keyboard displays hangeul. Consonants are on the left, and vowels are toward the right. The entry of hangeul automatically forms syllable blocks! Click the key to the right of the Space key, "(hangeul) -yeong," to find the Latin alphabet keyboard. Press the next key to the right, "(hangeul) han," to return to the hangeul keyboard. Click the bottom right key to find nine pages of symbols, including Greek and Cyrillic letters.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 5) GETTING STARTED ****************************************************************************** If you haven't created a village, the game opens showing a random town with the camera usually following a villager. It asks how you want to get started: 1) Dweller Registration 2) Move from another town ...a. Shall we begin the move? ......i. OK ......ii. Go Back The maximum number of players in a village is four. They each have their own house. If you already have a village, the game opens showing your town with the camera usually following one of your villagers. It asks you to touch the "A" button. 1) Continue ...a. Who are you? ......i. name1 ......ii. name2 ......iii. name3 ......iv. name4 ......v. Go Back 2) New Resident (if there are less than four players in town) 3) Before Playing ...a. Toggle SpotPass? ......i. Remain same ......ii. uketoruyou ni suru or Receiving ready (if SpotPass is disabled) ......ii. uketora nakusuru or Stop receiving (if SpotPass is enabled) 4)Renew Data (if game data updated to Version 1.1) ...a. Do you wish to automatically check Internet for downloadable updates? ......i. Yes ......ii. Never mind [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} appears to ask: 1) Are you ready? ...a. Let's go ...b. Other Things ......i. What would you like to do? .........1. Change time .........2. Move to another town (available only to non-mayoral players) .........3. Demolish house (Delete player) .........4. Rebuild town .........5. Go Back  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 6) FACES ****************************************************************************** Your responses to [Rover's] Mishiranu neko's questions (see below) will determine your player's sex and face/hair design. Seasons ------- Spring - February 25 to May 31 Summer - June 1 to August 31 Autumn - September 1 to November 25 Winter - November 26 to February 24 Using "A" to mean choosing the first response, "B" to mean choosing the second response, and "C" to mean choosing the third response, here are the face design, hair style, and starting outfits for each of the possible response combinations: Males --------- AAA - flat bottom of eye socket - short bangs, brown - spring/summer: Blue Stripe Knit, Gray Melange, Red Deck Shoes autumn/winter: Blue Stripe Knit Long, Gray Melange, Red Deck Shoes AAB - iris centered, eyebrows - small right front peak, brown - spring/summer: MVP Shirt, Gray Melange, Red Deck Shoes autumn/winter: MVP Shirt Long, Gray Melange, Red Deck Shoes ABA - elliptical socket - top center peak, brown - spring/summer: Four-Ball Shirt, Gray Melange, Red Deck Shoes autumn/winter: Grape Stripe Long, Gray Melange, Red Deck Shoes ABB - almond-shaped socket - top center peak, brown - spring/summer: BB Shirt, Stripe Socks, Brown Sneakers autumn/winter: Brown Houndstooth Long, Stripe Socks, Brown Sneakers BAA - round socket, eyebrows - small right front peak, brown - spring/summer: Club Shirt, Stripe Socks, Brown Sneakers autumn/winter: No. 1 Shirt, Stripe socks, Brown Sneakers BAB - elliptical socket, rosy cheeks - long bangs, light brown - spring/summer: Spade Shirt, Gray Melange, Red Deck Shoes autumn/winter: Painter's Smock Long, Gray Melange, Red Deck Shoes BBA - eyelids - short bangs, brown - spring/summer: Blue Tie-Dye, Stripe Socks, Brown Sneakers autumn/winter: Blue Tartan Long, Stripe Socks, Brown Sneakers BBB - flat bottom, asymmetric socket - short bangs, light brown - spring/summer: Nintendo Shirt, Stripe Socks, Brown Sneakers autumn/winter: Red Bar Shirt Long, Stripe Socks, Brown Sneakers CAA - elliptical socket, bottom eye lashes - long bangs, brown - spring/summer: Flame Shirt, Gray Melange, Brown Sneakers autumn/winter: Flame Shirt Long, Gray Melange, Brown Sneakers CAB - no white, brow line - long bangs, light brown - spring/summer: Blue Grid Shirt, Stripe Socks, Blue Sneakers autumn/winter: Blue Grid Shirt Long, Stripe Socks, Blue Sneakers CBA - small centered iris - small right front peak, light brown - spring/summer: Footprint Shirt, Stripe Socks, Blue Sneakers autumn/winter: Fall Plaid Shirt Long, Stripe Socks, Blue Sneakers CBB - no white, eyelids - top center peak, light brown - spring/summer: Jungle Camo, Gray Melange, Blue Sneakers autumn/winter: Jungle Camo Long, Gray Melange, Blue Sneakers Females ---------- AAA - flat bottom of eye socket - tri-wing, brown - spring/summer: Gelato Shirt, 3 Weave Socks, Brown Pumps autumn/winter: Gelato Shirt Long, 3 Weave Socks, Brown Pumps AAB - elliptical socket, top eyelashes - long hair with bangs, brown - spring/summer: Cherry Shirt, 3 Weave Socks, Pink Sneakers autumn/winter: Icy Shirt Long, 3 Weave Socks, Pink Sneakers ABA - elliptical socket - short hair, light brown - spring/summer: Heart Shirt, Stripe Socks, Pink Sneakers autumn/winter: Spunky Knit Long, Stripe Socks, Pink Sneakers ABB - almond-shaped socket - short hair, brown - spring/summer: Picnic Shirt, Stripe Socks, Brown Pumps autumn/winter: Picnic Shirt Long, Stripe Socks, Brown Pumps BAA - no white - tri-wing, pink - spring/summer: A Shirt, Stripe Socks, Purple Pumps autumn/winter: Folk Shirt, Stripe Socks, Purple Pumps BAB - elliptical socket, rosy cheeks - long hair with bangs, light brown - spring/summer: Bubble Gum Shirt, 3 Weave Socks, Purple Pumps autumn/winter: Bubble Gum Shirt Long, 3 Weave Socks, Purple Pumps BBA - eyelids - two tails, brown - spring/summer: Rugby Shirt, Stripe Socks, Brown Pumps autumn/winter: Rugby Shirt Long, Stripe Socks, Brown Pumps BBB - flat bottom, asymmetric socket - short hair, brown - spring/summer: American Shirt, 3 Weave Socks, Pink Sneakers autumn/winter: Winter Sweater, 3 Weave Socks, Pink Sneakers CAA - elliptical socket, bottom eyelashes - two tails, light brown - spring/summer: Dapper Shirt, Stripe Socks, Pink Sneakers autumn/winter: Dapper Shirt Long, Stripe Socks, Pink Sneakers CAB - no white, brow line - long hair with bangs, brown - spring/summer: Aqua Polka Shirt, Stripe Socks, Purple Pumps autumn/winter: Red Grid Shirt Long, Stripe Socks, Purple Pumps CBA - centered iris, bottom eyelashes - two tails, pink - spring/summer: Mint Gingham Top, Stripe Socks, Brown Pumps autumn/winter: Mint Gingham Top Long, Stripe Socks, Brown Pumps CBB - no white, eyelids - tri-wing, brown - spring/summer: Checkered Shirt, Stripe Socks, Purple Pumps autumn/winter: Spring Shirt, Stripe Socks, Purple Pumps  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 7) THE UNKNOWN CAT ****************************************************************************** If you are moving into a village, you will appear riding on a train car. [Rover] Mishiranu neko walks up to you, then sits across from you. In this Japanese version, you have only six spaces for your player and town names. Your responses to [Rover's] Mishiranu neko's questions will determine your player's sex (number 3) and face/hair design (number 6). Here are his questions: 1) Are the date & time correct? (if you are the first to move into the village) ...a. Yup! ...b. Nope ......i. [enter time] ......ii. You're sure? .........1. Perfect! .........2. No! No! No! 2) What's your name? ...a. [enter player name] 3) Do you like the name? ...a. Cool, eh? ......i. It's masculine like you .........1. Thank you (male player) .........2. I'm not a boy! (female player) ...b. Cute, hm? ......i. It's fun and feminine, the perfect name for you .........1. Thank you (female player) .........2. I'm not a girl! (male player) ...c. That's not it 4) Where are you headed? (if you are the first to move into your village) ...a. [enter village name] ...b. You're going to [village name]? ......i. Yup! ......ii. No! 5) Will this town map suffice? (if you are the first to move into your village) ...a. Different one, please ......i. How about this one? .........1. Different one, please ............a. How about this one? ...............i. Different one, please ..................1. How about this one? .....................a. Different one, please .....................b. It's great! ...............ii. It's great! .........2. It's great! ...b. It's great! 6) Have you visited [village name] before? ...a. Never ......i. Why are you going to [village name]? .........1. Moving ............a. Do you have a temporary place to start living? ...............i. Will search ...............ii. Didn't think about it .........2. A secret ............a. ??? ...............i. Correct! ...............ii. I don't know ...b. Don't remember ......i. Why are you going there? .........1. Moving ............a. ??? ...............i. That's right ...............ii. Not really .........2. I don't know ............a. ??? ...............i. That's the plan ...............ii. I think so ...c. It's a secret! ......i. Why are you going to [village name]? .........1. Secret, of course ............a. Moving for shopping, right? ...............i. Exactly! ...............ii. Yaruna... .........2. Moving ............a. You're very amusing ...............i. I get that a lot ...............ii. Very serious  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 8) BUTTONS ****************************************************************************** Use the Circle Pad to move your player. Use the +Control Pad: 1) Outside ...a) Press Up to view the sky. Press Up again to return to the default view. ...b) Press Left or Right to equip tools and handheld items. Continue to press Left or Right to cycle through available tools and handheld items. ...c) Press Down to put any tools or handheld items into your pockets/inventory. 2) Inside players' houses, Museum exhibit rooms, and [Crazy Redd's] Tsunekichi's {Yeo-uk's} tent ...a) Press Up to zoom the camera in and down on your player. ...b) Press Left to turn the camera to the right. ...c) Press Right to turn the camera to the left. ...d) Press Down to zoom the camera out and up on your player. 3) Anywhere, press Up and Down to navigate menus. Press the "A" button to speak to animals, read signs, open doors, use tools, shake trees, operate certain items (like storage devices or televisions), enter water, swim, select menu options, and advance dialog. Press the "B" button to return to the Map on the touch screen and close menus. Press the "X" button to bring up your player's pockets/inventory on the touch screen. Press the "Y" button to pick up items from the ground, remove patterns from the ground, fill in holes dug with a Shovel, or dive in water. Press the "L" and "R" buttons at the same time to take a screen shot/image. Hold the "B," "L," or "R" buttons to make your player run.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 9) ICONS ****************************************************************************** Across the top of the touch screen, you will see a row of icons. Not all the icons appear at the start of the game. Here is the list, from left to right: 1) [Pockets] mochimono (You have 16 spots in your inventory.) 2) [Designs] mai desain or My Designs (You can hold ten designs.) 3) [Bugs, Fish, and Seafood] zukan or Illustrated Reference 4) [TPC (Town Pass Card)] SoPaKa (Sonmin Pass Card) (player profile) 5) [Best Friends] Best Friends (list and recent conversation) 6) Return to Map There are also icons that can appear along the bottom of the touch screen. Similarly, not all icons appear at the start of the game. Here is the list, from left to right: 1) [Friends] tomodachi (list of other players active in town) 2) [Keyboard] chatto or Chat (for in-game chat with in-town players) 3) [Emotions] Reaction Register (Registered when taught.) Use the [Friends] tomodachi icon to add players in the current town to your 3DS Friend List. Also use the [Friends] tomodachi icon to add players in the current town to your Best Friends list. Best Friends can use the [Best Friends] Best Friends icon to text chat when both players are playing the game and are connected to the Internet at the same time. When using the [Best Friends] Best Friends icon, make sure to tap the name of the Best Friend to which you wish to send your text. You can have a maximum of 32 Best Friends.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 10) COLOR IN DIALOG ****************************************************************************** When you see text in purple, it is usually a town's name. When you see text in blue, it is usually referring to a place (e.g., Town Hall or Relaxation Salon), an event (e.g., Halloween or Setsubun), or functional things (e.g., Map or Net). When you see text in green, it is usually a player's name or nickname. When you see text in orange, it is usually an animal name, like Shizue.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 11) ARRIVAL ****************************************************************************** After you leave the train car and exit the station, you are greeted by three villagers and [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} if you are the first player to move into the town. 1) She calls you Sonchou or Mayor ...a. Mistake ......i. ??? .........1. You must mean someone else ............a. It's useless! ...............i. Wait a minute... ...............ii. It's disagreeable .........2. You've made some sort of mistake ...b. What? ......i. ??? .........1. There's been some mistake ............a. It's useless! ...............i. Wait a minute, wait a minute! ...............ii. Unpleasant, that... .........2. There's no report of such talk ...c. Me? 2) She gives you the Map, points out the [Town Hall] Yakuba, and follows you. Only the first person to move into a town can be Sonchou or Mayor. If you are not the first person to move into town, [Porter] Ekiin-san {Yeokmu- won} gives you the Map and instructs you to go to the [Town Hall] Yakuba. From here, you can do almost anything in your town. You cannot save, yet. Go to the [Town Hall] Yakuba and speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul}. She tells you to go to the [???] Shoutengai (or Shopping District) and visit [Nook's Homes] Tanuki Housing. After some small talk, [Tom Nook] Tanukichi {Neogul} asks if you are ready to select the location of your home: 1) Ready to change your image? ...a. Perfectly ...b. Yet... Go to where you wish to build your home, then speak to [Tom Nook] Tanukichi {Neogul}: 1) Do you want your home here? ...a. Yes! ......i. Does this look right? .........1. Yes! .........2. I'll reconsider ...b. Negative Return to the [Town Hall] Yakuba and speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul}: 1) Is everything alright? ...a. Perfectly ...b. So-so ...c. Well... 2) What is your birthday? ...a. Enter your birthday ......i. Is this correct? .........1. OK! .........2. It's different! She gives you the [TPC] SoPaKa (Sonmin Pass Card or villager passcard). You go to the [Plaza] Hiroba to plant a Symbol Tree if you are the first to move into town. Now you can save your game by pressing "START" or "SELECT:" ...a. Save and quit ...b. Save and continue ...c. Go Back  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 12) HOUSE UPGRADES ****************************************************************************** Each of the (up to four) players in town has their own house. Initially, you must speak to [Tom Nook] Tanukichi {Neogul} to make your down payment. Later, you make payments on your loans at the [ABD] ATM in the [Post Office] Yuubinkyoku. After you finish a particular mortgage, you must speak to [Tom Nook] Tanukichi {Neogul} to initiate any additional building/expansions to your home. Also, on a day when a home expansion appears, you must speak to [Tom Nook] Tanukichi {Neogul} in order to make the loan payment option appear at the [ABD] ATM. Your debts to [Tom Nook] Tanukichi {Neogul} are as follows: 1) 10,000 bells for your tent (4x4) (the down payment) 2) 39,800 bells for your starter house (4x4) 3) 98,000 bells for the first expansion (to 6x6) 4) 198,000 bells for the second expansion (to 8x8) 5) 298,000 bells for the upstairs room (4x4) After completing the 298,000-bell mortgage, [Tom Nook] Tanukichi {Neogul} offers you the choice of the following: 6) 348,000 bells for a room on the left (4x4) 7) 348,000 bells for a room on the right (4x4) 8) 348,000 bells for a room in the back (4x4) 9) 428,000 bells for a basement (4x4) 10) 498,000 bells for widening the upstairs room (to 6x6) You can do all five of the above expansions, in any order. Here are the mortgages for further expansions: 11) 498,000 bells to widen the left room (to 6x6) 12) 498,000 bells to widen the right room (to 6x6) 13) 498,000 bells to widen the back room (to 6x6) 14) 498,000 bells to widen the basement (to 6x6) 15) 598,000 bells to widen the upstairs room (to 8x8) 16) 598,000 bells to widen the left room (to 8x8) 17) 598,000 bells to widen the right room (to 8x8) 18) 598,000 bells to widen the back room (to 8x8) 19) 598,000 bells to widen the basement (to 8x8) So, that's 19 loans totaling 7,595,800 bells for a wholly-owned, finished mansion. When you first enter your tent, [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} stops by to give you a Lantern. When [Tom Nook] Tanukichi {Neogul} asks what roof color you want for your starter house, he offers four colors in the order of red, blue, yellow, and green. Completing the 10,000-bell down payment will trigger the [Happy Room Academy] Happy Home Academy. When you first enter your starter house, [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} stops by to give you [???] nikukyuu na kabegami or Paw Wallpaper and to enable your indoor light switch. Completing payment of the 39,800-bell loan will trigger access to Resort Island. The furniture item limit for each room seems to be 48 items, including items that can hang on the wall. The following items, however, don't "count" toward the room item limit: ...wallpaper ...carpeting ...stationery ...tools ...fruit (single, not baskets) ...mushrooms ...Turnips ...Candy ...unidentified fossils ...Pitfall Seeds ...garbage ...gems ...medicine ...paper bags (e.g., pinwheels, ice cream, saplings) ...Wrapped Presents (using Wrapping Paper) ...fortune slips ...many miscellaneous items (e.g., eggs, foil, ingredients, Coffee Beans)  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 13) HOUSE EXTERIOR REFORMS ****************************************************************************** At [Nook's Homes] Tanuki Housing, you can purchase reforms to the exterior of your house. You can buy new pavements, roofs, outer walls, fencing, mailboxes, square doors, rounded doors, and overall architecture. You can buy reforms as soon as you have a house. Exterior reforms cannot happen at the same time that your house is upgrading. In order to change the overall architecture of your house, you must have a left room and a right room. (It seems the back room and basement are not necessary.) The price of the architectural change must be paid all at once. Here are their names, their prices, their [???] Interior Themes, and any additional information: Pavements (9) ------------- [???] aoi renga no shikiishi or Blue Brick Pavement - 2,800 - none [???] arai ishidatami or Rough Stone Paving - 2,800 - none [???] irotoridori na tamajari or Multicolored Gravel - 2,800 - none [???] koishi no ishidatami or Pebble Paving - 2,8080 - none [???] konkurito na shikiishi or Concrete Pavement - 2,800 - none [???] shikakui ishidatami or Square Paving - 2,800 - none [???] chairoi shikiishi or Brown Pavement - 2,800 - none [???] pinku no shikiishi or Pink Pavement - 2,800 - none [???] renga no shikiishi or Brick Pavement - 2,800 - none Roofs (35) ---------- [???] aoi dekoboko yane or Blue Rough Roof - 5,200 - Natural/Antique [???] aoi modan n yane or Blue Modern Roof - 5,200 - Natural [???] aoi yane or Blue Roof - 5,200 - Hobby [???] akai yane or Red Roof - 5,200 - Oriental/Hobby [???] iwa no yane or Disorder Roof - 5,200 - Oriental/Antique/Horror [???] usu murasaki no yane or Light Purple Roof - 5,200 - Fairytale [???] ougon no yane or Golden Roof - 0 ([Lyle] Mr. Truth {Ansimhaessi}) - Antique/Hobby [???] okashi no yane or Sweets Roof - 5,200 - Fairytale [???] orenji no warabuki yane or Orange Thatch Roof - 5,200 - Oriental/Natural [???] karafuru na yane or Kiddie Roof - 5,200 - Hobby [???] kantori na yane or Ranch Roof - 5,200 - Natural [???] kiiroi yane or Yellow Roof - 5,200 - Hobby [???] kinmirai no yane or Near Future Roof - 5,200 - Stylish/Science/Hobby [???] kusa no yane or Grass Roof - 5,200 - Oriental/Natural [???] gure no modan na yane or Gray Modern Roof - 5,200 - Stylish/Science [???] kuroi dekoboko yane or Black Rough Roof - 5,200 - Natural/Antique/Horror [???] kuroi modan na yane or Black Modern Roof - 5,200 - Stylish/Science [???] kuroi yane or Black Roof - 5,200 - Horror [???] kuroi yanegawara or Black Tile Roof - 5,200 - Oriental/Horror [???] kuroi warabuki yane or Black Thatch Roof - 5,200 - Oriental/Natural/Horror [???] konkurito no yane or Concrete Roof - 5,200 - Stylish/Science/Hobby [???] shiroi yane or White Roof - 5,200 - none [???] chairoi yane or Brown Roof - 5,200 - Oriental [???] totan yane or Galvanized Sheet Iron Roof - 5,200 - Science/Horror [???] pinku no yane or Pink Roof - 5,200 - Fairytale [???] fuzoroi na ishi no yane or Uneven Stone Roof - 5,200 - Oriental/Antique/Horror [???] mamaido na yane or Mermaid Roof - 5,200 - Fairytale [???] midori no meruhen na yane or Green Fairytale Roof - 5,200 - Fairytale [???] midori no modan na yane or Green Modern Roof - 5,200 - Stylish/Science [???] midori no yane or Green Roof - 5,200 - Hobby [???] midori no yanegawara or Green Tile Roof - 5,200 - Oriental [???] murasaki no dekoboko yane or Purple Rough Roof - 5,200 - Natural/Antique [???] murasaki no yane or Purple Roof - 5,200 - none [???] meruhen na yane or Fairytale Roof - 5,200 - Fairytale [???] yamabukiiro no yane or Bright Golden Yellow Roof - 5,200 - none Outer Walls (32) ---------------- [???] ajia na kabe or Asian Wall - 5,600 - Oriental [???] arabu na kabe or Arab Wall - 5,600 - Fairytale/Hobby [???] ishi no kabe or Stone Wall - 5,600 - none [???] iwa to tsuchi no kabe or Rock and Earth Wall - 5,600 - Horror [???] iwa no kabe or Rock Wall - 5,600 - Antique/Horror [???] ougon no kabe or Golden Wall - 0 ([Lyle] Mr. Truth {Ansimhaessi}) - Antique/Stylish/Hobby [???] okashi no kabe or Sweets Wall - 5,600 - Fairytale [???] orenji no kabe or Orange Wall - 5,600 - Oriental/Stylish [???] karafuru na kabe or Kiddie Wall - 5,600 - Hobby [???] kiiroi ita kabe or Yellow Plank Wall - 5,600 - Oriental/Natural [???] kiwaku no kabe or Wooden Frame Wall - 5,600 - Natural/Antique [???] kinmirai no kabe or Near Future Wall - 5,600 - Stylish/Science/Hobby [???] kuroi ita kabe or Black Plank Wall - 5,600 - Natural/Stylish/Horror [???] konkurito no kabe or Concrete Wall - 5,600 - Stylish/Science [???] shiroi ita kabe or White Plank Wall - 5,600 - Oriental/Natural [???] shiroi renga no kabe or White Brick Wall - 5,600 - Stylish [???] tate ita no kabe or Vertical Plank Wall - 5,600 - Oriental/Natural [???] chairoi renga no kabe or Brown Brick Wall - 5,600 - Antique/Stylish [???] chokusenteki na kabe or Linear Wall - 5,600 - Stylish/Science [???] tsuchi no kabe or Earth Wall - 5,600 - Antique [???] totan no kabe or Galvanized Sheet Iron Wall - 5,600 - Science/Horror [???] hanagara no kabe or Flower Wall - 5,600 - Fairytale [???] pinku no kabe or Pink Wall - 5,600 - Stylish/Fairytale [???] pinku no kiwaku no kabe or Pink Wooden Frame Wall - 5,600 - Fairytale [???] mameido no kabe or Mermaid Wall - 5,600 - Fairytale [???] mizuiro no kabe or Aqua Wall - 5,600 - Oriental/Stylish [???] meruhen na kabe or Fairytale Wall - 5,600 - Fairytale [???] rizoto na kabe or Cabana Wall - 5,600 - Oriental/Natural [???] renga no kabe or Brick Wall - 5,600 - Stylish [???] roiyaru na kabe or Regal Wall - 5,600 - Antique/Fairytale [???] rogu hausu no kabe or Cabin Wall - 5,600 - Natural [???] wafuu na kabe or Japanese-style Wall - 5,600 - Oriental Fencing (23) ------------ [???] aoi saku or Blue Fence - 3,500 - Stylish/Hobby [???] aoi mameido no kakoi or Blue Mermaid Enclosure - 3,500 - Fairytale [???] akai mameido no kakoi or Red Mermaid Enclosure - 3,500 - Fairytale [???] akai renga no kakoi or Red Brick Enclosure - 3,500 - Stylish [???] ikegaki or Hedge - 3,500 - Oriental/Natural [???] ougon no saki or Golden Fence - 0 ([Lyle] Mr. Truth {Ansimhaessi}) - Antique/Stylish/Hobby [???] okashi no saki or Sweets Fence - 3,500 - Fairytale [???] kyokusenteki na saki or Curved Fence - 3,500 - Oriental/Natural [???] gouka na fensu or Gorgeous Fence - 3,500 - Antique/Fairytale [???] konkurito na hei or Concrete Fence - 3,500 - Stylish/Science/Hobby [???] shibui ikegaki or Refined Hedge - 3,500 - Oriental/Natural [???] shiroi saku or White Fence - 3,500 - Natural/Antique [???] shiroi burokku bei or White Block Fence - 3,500 - Stylish [???] take no saku or Bamboo Fence - 3,500 - Oriental/Natural [???] totan no saku or Galvanized Sheet Iron Fence - 3,500 - Science/Horror [???] haiiro no renga no kakoi or Gray Brick Enclosure - 3,500 - Antique/Science/Horror [???] pinku no saku or Pink Fence - 3,500 - Stylish/Fairytale/Hobby [???] pegu to ropu or Peg and Rope - 3,500 - Science [???] maruta no saku or Log Fence - 3,500 - Natural [???] meruhen na kakoi or Fairytale Enclosure - 3,500 - Fairytale [???] yuushitessen or Barbed Wire - 3,500 - Natural/Science/Horror [???] yokoita no saku or Crosscut Plank Fence - 3,500 - Natural [???] wafuu no kakoi or Japanese-style Enclosure - 3,500 - Oriental/Horror Mailboxes (22) -------------- [???] aoi posuto or Blue Mailbox - 3,600 - Science/Hobby [???] akai posuto or Red Mailbox - 3,600 - Oriental/Hobby [???] ougon no posuto or Golden Mailbox - 0 ([Lyle] Mr. Truth {Ansimhaessi}) - Antique/Hobby [???] okashi no posuto or Sweets Mailbox - 3,600 - Fairytale [???] orenji no posuto or Orange Mailbox - 3,600 - Oriental/Antique [???] kiiroi posuto or Yellow Mailbox - 3,600 - Hobby [???] ki no posuto or Wood Mailbox - 3,600 - Oriental/Natural/Antique [???] kinzoku no posuto or Metal Mailbox - 3,600 - Antique/Stylish/Science/Hobby/Horror [???] shikakui posuto or Square Mailbox - 3,600 - Stylish/Hobby [???] shoboi posuto or Shabby Mailbox - 3,600 - Horror [???] shiroi posuto or White Mailbox - 3,600 - Oriental/Natural/Antique [???] sutenresu na posuto or Stainless Mailbox - 3,600 - Stylish/Science/Hobby [???] taru no posuto or Barrel Mailbox - 3,600 - Oriental/Natural/Antique/Hobby [???] pinku no posuto or Pink Mailbox - 3,600 - Natural/Fairytale [???] mameido na posuto or Mermaid Mailbox - 3,600 - Fairytale [???] mizuiro no posuto or Aqua Mailbox - 3,600 - Stylish/Science/Hobby [???] midori no posuto or Green Mailbox - 3,600 - Science/Hobby [???] meruhen na posuto or Fairytale Mailbox - 3,600 - Fairytale [???] rizoto na posuto or Cabana Mailbox - 3,600 - Oriental/Natural/Horror [???] roiyaru na posuto or Regal Mailbox - 3,600 - Antique/Fairytale [???] wakaba iro no posuto or New Leaf Color Mailbox - 3,600 - Stylish/Science/Hobby [???] wafuu na posuto or Japanese-style Mailbox - 3,600 - Oriental/Natural/Horror Square Doors (21) ----------------- [???] aoi meruhen na doa or Blue Fairytale Door - 4,000 - Fairytale [???] arabu na kiiroi doa or Yellow Arab Door - 4,000 - Fairytale/Hobby [???] shikakui arabu na doa or Square Arab Door - 4,000 - Fairytale/Hobby [???] shikakui okashi no doa or Square Sweets Door - 4,000 - Fairytale [???] shikakui omoi doa or Square Gloomy Door - 4,000 - Antique/Science/Horror [???] shikakui karafuru na doa or Square Kiddie Door - 4,000 - Hobby [???] shikakui kinmirai no doa or Square Near Future Door - 4,000 - Stylish/Science/Hobby [???] shikakui sakana mado no doa or Square Fish Door - 4,000 - Natural/Antique [???] shikakui take no doa or Square Bamboo Door - 4,000 - Oriental/Natural [???] shikakui chairo no doa or Square Brown Door - 4,000 - Antique [???] shikakui chuuka na doa or Square Chinese Door - 4,000 - Oriental [???] shikakui tetsu no doa or Square Iron Door - 4,000 - Stylish/Science/Hobby/Horror [???] shikakui pinku no doa or Square Pink Door - 4,000 - Stylish/Fairytale [???] shikakui beju no doa or Square Beige Door - 4,000 - Antique/Stylish [???] shikakui boroi doa or Square Worn-Out Door - 4,000 - Science/Horror [???] shikakui mameido na doa or Square Mermaid Door - 4,000 - Fairytale [???] shikakui madotsuki no doa or Square Window Door - 4,000 - Natural/Antique [???] shikakui maru mado no doa or Square Round Window Door - 4,000 - Natural/Antique [???] shikakui meruhen na doa or Square Fairytale Door - 4,000 - Fairytale [???] shikakui rogu hausu non doa or Square Cabin Door - 4,000 - Natural [???] shikakui wafuu na doa or Square Japanese-style Door - 4,000 - Oriental/Natural/Horror Rounded Doors (22) ------------------ [???] aoi meruhen na maru doa or Blue Fairytale Round Door - 4,000 - Fairytale [???] arabu na kiiro maru doa or Yellow Arab Round Door - 4,000 - Fairytale/Hobby [???] arabu no midori maru doa or Green Arab Round Door - 4,000 - Fairytale/Hobby [???] ougon no doa or Golden Door - 0 ([Lyle] Mr. Truth {Ansimhaessi}) - Natural/Hobby [???] okashi no maru doa or Sweets Round Door - 4,000 - Fairytale [???] omoi maru doa or Gloomy Round Door - 4,000 - Antique/Science/Horror [???] karafuru na maru doa or Kiddie Round Door - 4,000 - Hobby [???] kinmirai no maru doa or Near Future Round Door - 4,000 - Stylish/Science/Hobby [???] sakana mado no maru doa or Fish Round Door - 4,000 - Natural/Antique [???] take no maru doa or Bamboo Round Door - 4,000 - Oriental/Natural [???] chairoi maru doa or Brown Round Door - 4,000 - Antique [???] chuuka na maru doa or Chinese Round Door - 4,000 - Oriental [???] tetsu no maru doa or Iron Round Door - 4,000 - Stylish/Science/Hobby/Horror [???] pinku no maru doa or Pink Round Door - 4,000 - Stylish/Fairytale [???] beju non maru doa or Beige Round Door - 4,000 - Stylish [???] boroi maru doa or Worn-Out Round Door - 4,000 - Science/Horror [???] mameido na maru doa or Mermaid Round Door - 4,000 - Fairytale [???] madotsuki no maru doa or Window Round Door - 4,000 - Natural/Antique [???] marumado no maru doa or Round Window Round Door - 4,000 - Natural/Antique [???] meruhen na maru doa or Fairytale Round Door - 4,000 - Fairytale [???] rogu hausu no maru doa or Cabin Round Door - 4,000 - Natural [???] wafuu na maru doa or Japanese-style Round Door - 4,000 - Oriental/Natural/Horror Architectures (4) ----------------- [???] oyashiki or Parent-like - 128,000 [???] modan na ie or Modern House - 398,000 [???] wafuu no oshiro or Japanese-style Castle - 398,000 [???] youfuu no oshiro or Western-style Castle - 398,000  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 14) AROUND THE TOWN ****************************************************************************** Here are the menu options at the locations around town: At [Town Hall] Yakuba: 1) [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} menu ...a. Life/Living Advice (if you haven't completed all tasks) ...b. Environment Report ...c. Town Melody ...d. Flag Design ...e. Villager Complaint ......i. Are you sure you want to complain? .........1. Somehow! ............a. Who? ...............i. name1 ..................1. What is the nature of the complaint? .....................a. Bad speech .....................b. Cruel attire .....................c. Cruel letter .....................d. Never mind ...............ii. name2 ...............iii. name3 ...............iv. name4 ...............v. Other ..................1. name5 ..................2. name6 ..................3. name7 ..................4. name8 ..................5. Other .....................a. name9 .....................b. name10 .....................c. Other .....................d. Never mind ..................6. Never mind ...............vi. Never mind .........2. All right, no ...f. Never mind 2) Chair menu (before amassing 100 points) ...a. What do you want to do? ......i. Hear report ......ii. Never mind 3) Chair menu (after amassing 100 points) ...a. What do you want to do? ......i. Public Works .........1. New project ............a. Choose a project ............b. Have you chosen a place? ...............i. Here? ..................1. How does this look? .....................a. It's great! .....................b. I'll reconsider ...............ii. Cancel ...............iii. Different place .........2. Remove project (if one already exists) ............a. Choose a project ...............i. Are sure? ..................1. I changed my mind ..................2. Remove it! .........3. Never mind ......ii. Ordinance .........1. Do you want to spend 20,000 bells? ............a. OK! ...............i. Which image do you want? ..................1. Beautiful town ..................2. Toward Morning town ..................3. Never Sleep town ..................4. Rich town ...............ii. Are you sure? ..................1. Yes! ..................2. Never mind ............b. Never mind ......iii. Never mind There are four different random initial designs for the [Town Hall] Yakuba: ...1. green roof, green window trim, brown door ...2. red-brown roof, brown window trim, green door ...3. brown roof, brown window trim, brown door ...4. black roof, black window trim, black door The [Town Hall] Yakuba is normally open 24 hours a day. The [Town Hall] Yakuba is closed when [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} is at the [Plaza] Hiroba. Neither the [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} menu nor the Chair menu is available when your Gate is open. The [Town Tune] Mura Mero uses katakana to represent musical notes. Here is the scale from lowest note to highest note: [g a b c d e f G A B C D E] so ra shi do re mi fa So Ra Shi Do Re Mi Here is the default Town Tune: mi mi So Do Mi z Mi z Do z Mo z do - - z (z = rest, Mo = random note, - = extended note) At R. Parkers: 1) [Reese] Lisa {Lisa} menu ...a. I want to sell to you! ...b. I want to display in order to sell! ...c. Turnip prices? ...d. Never mind 2) Flea Market Space menu (if empty) ...a. Do you want to display an item? ......i. Yes .........1. Choose item .........2. What is the selling price? ............a. Enter amount ......ii. Never mind 3) Flea Market Space menu (if you have an item on display) ...a. I want to change the price ...b. I want to take my item ...c. Never mind 4) [???] Kaizo {Lipo} menu ...a. Remake this! ...b. Never mind The shop is normally open from 9am to 11pm. [???] Kaizo {Lipo} is not available when your Gate is open. When you sell a purchasable item to [Reese] Lisa {Lisa}, the amount received is 25% of the item's full purchase price. When you sell an item to [Reese] Lisa {Lisa}, the amount received is 25% more than what you would receive at [???] Mametsubu's. Check the sign outside the shop. At the bottom of the sign, find the name of an item, such as a fruit, fish, insect, or mushroom, or an item category, like accessories. The item will sell to [Reese] Lisa {Lisa} for twice the usual amount that day. Cost for [Reese] Lisa {Lisa} to take certain items "off your hands:" ...garbage (Empty Can, Boot, Old Tire) - 80 ...counterfeit art - 100 ...[???] Overdue Bingo Card - 120 ...spoiled Turnips - 400 ...mushikui or worm-eaten fruit - 400 Look for the following items, available only at R. Parkers, to appear in Flea Market Spaces, typically from Lazy male, Jock male, Cranky male, and Peppy female villagers: ...[???] darashinai isu or Sloppy Chair ...[???] darashinai kurozetto or Sloppy Closet ...[???] darashinai konpo or Sloppy Player ...[???] darashinai shinku or Sloppy Sink ...[???] darashinai sofa or Sloppy Sofa ...[???] darashinai tansu or Sloppy Drawers ...[???] darashinai teburu or Sloppy Table ...[???] darashinai terebi or Sloppy TV ...[???] darashinai tokei or Sloppy Clock ...[???] darashinai beddo or Sloppy Bed ...[???] darashinai ranpu or Sloppy Lamp ...[???] danboru isu or Box Chair ...[???] danboru kurozetto or Box Closet ...[???] danboru sofa or Box Sofa ...[???] danboru teburu or Box Table ...[???] danboru beddo or Box Bed ...[???] darashinai kabe or Sloppy Wall ...[???] darashinai yuka or Sloppy Floor [???] Kaizo {Lipo} wakes up after seven days have passed since your player was created, your catalog has at least 50 furniture items, your catalog has at least 10 tops, and you have at least 10,000 bells in transactions with [Reese] Lisa {Lisa}. At the Station 1) Schedule Board menu ...a. Visiting Other Towns Information ...b. Invite Visitors Information ...c. Invite Visitors Safety Information ...d. Locker Information ...e. Best Friend Information ...f. Never mind 2) [???] Ekiin-san {Yeokmu-won} menu (Gate closed) ...a. What do you want to do? ......i. Visit Other Towns .........1. Which communication? ............a. Local wireless ...............i. Ready to launch communication? ..................1. OK .....................a. Do you want to go to [town name]? ........................i. Yes ........................ii. Search for another town ........................iii. Never mind ..................2. Never mind ............b. Internet ...............i. Ready to launch communication? ..................1. OK ..................2. Never mind ............c. Never mind ......ii. Receive Visitors .........1. Which communication? ............a. Local wireless ...............i. Ready to launch communication? ..................1. OK ..................2. Never mind ............b. Internet ...............i. Ready to launch communication? ..................1. OK .....................a. Friend has Gate open. Do you still want to open Gate? ........................i. Yes ........................ii. Never mind .....................b. What consent for friend invitation? ........................i. All friends ........................ii. Best Friends ..................2. Never mind ............c. Never mind ......iii. Never mind 3) [???] Ekiin-san {Yeokmu-won} menu (Gate open) ...a. I want to visit other towns ......i. Do you really want stop hosting? .........1. I want to visit other towns .........2. Never mind ...b. Close the gate ...c. Never Mind There are four different random initial designs for the Station: ...1. brown roof and trim ...2. green roof and trim ...3. red roof and trim ...4. blue roof and trim The Station is open 24 hours a day. You need to have a photo on your [TPC] SoPaKa in order to visit other towns. Use the [???] Shashin BOX in the Shopping District. The Locker provides access to your storage space, even when you are visiting other towns. Speak to [???] Ekiin-san {Yeokmu-won} after 100 players (they don't have to be unique) visit your town in order to add Station Renovations to your Public Works list. At the Wharf: 1) Do you want to pay 1,000 bells to go to Resort Island? ...a. Yes ......i. Going alone ......ii. Unknown person ([???] Club Kotobuki) .........1. Whom do want to meet? ............a. Japan only! ............b. Whomever OK! ............c. Never mind ......iii. Never mind ...b. Never mind At the [Plaza] Hiroba: The Symbol Tree grows when meeting the following playtime requirements: 1) 1 day 2) 5 hours and 5 days 3) 20 hours and 20 days 4) 50 hours and 50 days 5) 100 hours and 100 days 6) 180 hours and 180 days 7) 300 hours and 300 days 8) 500 hours and 500 days After 50 hours and 50 days, you can sit on the short brick wall surrounding the Symbol Tree and view a list of village accomplishments. At the [???] Cafe: 1) [Brewster] Master {Maseuteo} menu: ...a. Do you want coffee for 200 bells? ......i. It's my wish .........1. Do you want milk? ............a. oome or plentiful ............b. futsuu or usual ............c. sukuname or small amount ............d. irenai or put in none .........2. Here you go ............a. I'll drink now ............b. In a moment, to cool ......ii. Never mind 2) Side counter menu: ...a. What would you like? ......i. Part-time job! (after buying seven coffees) ......ii. Coffee please! (after buying three coffees) .........1. Do you want to pay 200 bells? ............a. Alright ............b. Never mind ......iii. Never mind The Cafe is open 24 hours a day. Here are the times that you can possibly see working animals at the Cafe: ...[Pelly] Peliko {Pelli} - 6am to 6:55am, all week ...[Pete] Pelio {Pelli-o} - 6am to 6:55am, all week (more likely on weekends) ...[Tortimer] Kotobuki {Gobuk} - 8am to 9:30am, all week ...[Dr. Shrunk] Shisho {Seuseung} - 8am to 9:30am, all week (more likely on weekends) ...[Resetti] Mr. Reset {Dorumukssi} - Noon to 1:30pm, all week ...[Don] Mr. Racket {Dorumuknim} - Noon to 1:30pm, all week (more likely on weekends) ...[Kapp'n] Kappei {Gapdol} - 2:30pm to 4pm, all week ...[Phineas] Paronchino {Parontino} - 2:30pm to 4pm, all week (more likely on weekends) ...[K.K. Slider] DJ K.K. {T.K.} - 5:30pm to 7pm, all week (more likely on weekends) ...[Phyllis] Pelimi {Pellimi} - 9pm to 9:55pm, all week ...[???] Kent {Kenteu or Kent} - 9pm to 9:55pm, all week (more likely on weekends) ...[Gracie] Grace {Geure-iseu or Grace} - Midnight to 1:30am, all week ...[Kicks] Shank {Paeteurik or Patrick} - Midnight to 1:30am, all week (more likely on weekends) ...[Tom Nook] Tanukichi {Neogul} - Midnight to 1:30am, all week (more likely on weekends) At the [Reset Surveillance Center] Reset Monitoring Center: The RMC is normally open on random evenings from 9pm to Midnight. Speak with [Resetti] Mr. Reset {Dorumukssi}. His bathroom is available for your use. Soon [Don] Mr. Racket {Dorumuknim} will appear. Eventually [Resetti] Mr. Reset {Dorumukssi} and [Don] Mr. Racket {Dorumuknim} will give you their photos. Look for the opportunity to use the microphone on your 3DS. At the [Police Station] Kouban: 1) What can I do for you? ...a. Anything unusual? ...b. Never mind The Police Station is open 24 hours a day. Speak to [Copper] Omawari-san A {Gyeongchalgwan A} or [Booker] Omawari-san B {Gyeongchalgwan B} to find out whether [Joan] Kaburiba {Mupara}, [Gracie] Grace {Grace}, [Crazy Redd] Tsunekichi {Yeo-uk}, [Katrina] Hackemy {Machurilla}, [Phineas] Paronchino {Parontino}, [Pete] Pelio {Pelli-o}, [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong}, [Saharah] Rolland {Sahara} or [Gulliver] Johnny {Jyoni} is in town. They cannot tell if [???] Maiko-chan {Mi-ya} or [Pascal] Rakosuke {Haetalhan} is in town.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 15) SHOPPING DISTRICT ****************************************************************************** Eventually, villagers who have moved out of your town can appear in the [???] Shoutengai. The music that plays in the [???] Shoutengai will change when [???] Mametsubu's renovates. Here are the menu options at the locations around the [???] Shoutengai: At [Nookling Junction] Mametsubu Shouten or [???] Conbini Mametsubu or [???] Super Mametsubu or [???] Home Center Mametsubu or [???] Mametsubu Depart: 1) [Timmy] Mamekichi {Kongdol-i} or [Tommy] Tsubukichi {Bamdol-i} menu ...a. I want to sell! ...b. Fortune! (if you are holding a Fortune) ...c. Never mind 2) Catalog Shopping (available starting with [???] Conbini Mametsubu) ...a. House: Furniture, Wallpaper, Carpeting ...b. Shirt: Tops, Bottoms, Dresses, Headwear, Accessories, Footwear, Umbrellas ...c. Paper: Stationery ...d. Note: Music ...e. Shovel: Gyroids, Fossils ...f. Magnifying Glass: Search [Nookling Junction] Mametsubu Shouten is normally open from 8am to 10pm. [Timmy] Mamekichi {Kongdol-i} works on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. [Tommy] Tsubukichi {Bamdol-i} works on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. [???] Conbini Mametsubu is normally open from 7am to Midnight. [Timmy] Mamekichi {Kongdol-i} works from 7pm to 5am. [Tommy] Tsubukichi {Bamdol-i} works from 6am to 7pm. [???] Super Mametsubu is normally open from 9am to 8pm. [Timmy] Mamekichi {Kongdol-i} works from Friday through Sunday. [Tommy] Tsubukichi {Bamdol-i} works from Monday through Thursday. [???] Home Center Mametsubu is normally open from 10am to 11pm. [Timmy] Mamekichi {Kongdol-i} works from Friday through Sunday. [Tommy] Tsubukichi {Bamdol-i} works from Monday through Thursday. [???] Mametsubu Depart is normally open from 9am to 9pm. [Timmy] Mamekichi {Kongdol-i} works on the second floor. [Tommy] Tsubukichi {Bamdol-i} works on the first floor. [Gracie] Grace {Grace} works on the third floor (GracieGrace). You can hear "closing music" starting at 10 minutes before closing. When you sell a purchasable item, the amount received is 20% of the item's full purchase price. When you sell an item, the amount received is 80% of the amount you would receive if you sold at R. Parkers. Fortune Cookies cost two 3DS Play Coins. Your player can eat the Fortune Cookie to reveal the Fortune. Show the Fortune to [Timmy] Mamekichi {Kongdol-i} or [Tommy] Tsubukichi {Bamdol-i}. Here are the items obtained from exchanging numbered Fortunes: ...1. Mushroom Mural ...2. Block Floor ...3. Hero's Tunic ...4. random "regular" furniture, wallpaper, or carpeting ...5. Hero's Pants ...6. random "regular" furniture, wallpaper, or carpeting ...7. Peach's Parasol ...8. Hero's Cap ...9. Majora's Mask ...10. Samus Mask ...11. Midna's Mask ...12. Toad Hat ...13. Red Pikmin Hat ...14. Blue Pikmin Hat ...15. Yellow Pikmin Hat ...16. random "regular" furniture, wallpaper, or carpeting ...17. Brick Block ...18. Coin ...19. Flagpole ...20. Fire Flower ...21. Super Mushroom ...22. Koopa Shell ...23. Starman ...24. 1-Up Mushroom ...25. ? Block ...26. Green Pipe ...27. Fire Bar ...28. Cannon ...29. Yoshi's Egg ...30. random "regular" furniture, wallpaper, or carpeting ...31. Triple Shells ...32. Kart ...33. Pikmin ...34. Blue Falcon ...35. Master Sword ...36. Arwing ...37. Triforce ...38. random "regular" furniture, wallpaper, or carpeting ...39. Dolphin ...40. Virtual Boy ...41. Wii Balance Board ...42. Varia Suit Pants ...43. Varia Suit Shoes ...44. Bad Bro 'Stache ...45. Big Bro Mustache ...46. Varia Suit Body ...47. Metroid ...48. Triple Bananas ...49. Hero's Boots ...50. Fay's Mask On the day before the store is closed for renovation, prices are 50% off. Sales (prices are 50% off) can occur starting at 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 7pm. Items in Catalog Shopping are listed in Japanese alphabetical order. You cannot use Catalog Shopping when visiting another town. When [???] Home Center Mametsubu opens, Spotlight items will start to randomly appear at Mametsubu's. An announcement of the item will appear on the [Bulletin Board] Keijiban. GracieGrace stock changes on March 1, June 1, September 1, and December 1. Prices are 20% off starting on February 15, May 15, August 15, and November 15. Prices are 30% off starting on February 21, May 21, August 21, and November 21. Prices are 50% off starting on February 26, May 26, August 26, and November 26. GracieGrace offers special sale stock starting on February 15, May 15, August 15, and November 15 until the end of each respective month. Each player can receive a Mannequin from [Gracie] Grace {Grace}. The Mannequin can display an entire ensemble in your home. You can also use it to change your clothes. At Able Sisters: 1) [Mabel] Kinuyo {Gosun-i} menu ...a. Make a Pro design ......i. Do you want to pay 500 bells and erase one of your 10 designs? .........1. OK! .........2. True pros? What? ............a. Want to give it a try? ...............i. Yes, please! ...............ii. Maybe next time .........3. Never mind ...b. See design storage (can hold 72 designs) ...c. Never mind 2) Design display item menu ...a. Wanted ......i. You sure you want to erase one of your 10 designs? .........1. I don't mind .........2. Never mind ...b. Display mine here ......i. Select design ......ii. How do you want it displayed? .........1. Shirt ............a. Do you want to switch for the one on display? ...............i. Yes ...............ii. No .........2. Hat ............a. Do you want to switch for the one on display? ...............i. Yes ...............ii. No .........3. Umbrella ............a. Do you want to switch for the one on display? ...............i. Yes ...............ii. No .........4. Never mind ...c. Just looking... 3) [Sable] Asami {Go-og-i} menu ...a. Do you like the machine? ......i. Use machine! .........1. QR Code (read code) ............a. Do you wish to erase one of your 10 designs? ...............i. OK! ..................1. Choose design ...............ii. Never mind .........2. My design (convert to code) ............a. Choose design .........3. Use person? (how to use) .........4. Never mind ......ii. Yes! The shop is normally open from 10am to 9pm. Speak to [Sable] Asami {Go-og-i} daily for ten days to "befriend" her and to make the QR Code machine appear. Find Nintendo QR Codes at these addresses: http://www.nintendo.co.jp/3ds/egdj/item/design.html http://www.nintendo.co.kr/3DS/software/animal_forest/item/design.html Each player can receive a Mannequin from each of [Sable] Asami {Go-og-i}, [Mabel] Kinuyo {Gosun-i}, and [Labelle] Kate {Ke-iteu or Kate}. Obtain the QR Code machine and purchase 50 clothes items to get a Mannequin from [Sable] Asami {Go-og-i}. Purchase 51 clothes items to get a Mannequin from [Mabel] Kinuyo {Gosun-i}. Purchase at least 1 item on 31 different days in the Accessory Corner to get a Mannequin from [Labelle] Kate {Kate}. The Mannequin can display an entire ensemble in your home. You can also use it to change your clothes. At the [Post Office] Yuubinkyoku: 1) [Pelly] Pelico {Pelli} or [Phyllis] Pelimi {Pellimi} menu ...a. Send mail ......i. Where would you like to send it? .........1. This town .........2. Future Self .........3. Never Mind ...b. Save mail (save up to 180 letters) ...c. Present Delivery ......i. Are you ready to download? .........1. Go ahead .........2. Never mind ...d. Never Mind 2) [ABD] ATM ...a. Loan payment (if you owe a mortgage) ...b. Deposit ...c. Withdraw ...d. End The Post Office is open 24 hours a day. [Pelly] Pelico {Pelli} works from 7am until 10pm. [Phyllis] Pelimi {Pellimi} takes the night shift. You cannot save mail or download Present Delivery when your Gate is open. Here is the list of the rewards for depositing money in your Savings account: ...100,000 bells - [Box of Tissues] tisshu pepa ...500,000 bells - [???] otegami setto or Letter Set ...1,000,000 bells - [Piggy Bank] buta no chokinbako ...5,000,000 bells - [???] jurarumin kesu or Aluminum Case ...10,000,000 bells - [???] yuubinkyouku no posuta or Post Office Poster ...20,000,000 bells - [Safe] kinko ...50,000,000 bells - [???] haitatsuin no boushi or Delivery Person Hat ...100,000,000 bells - [ABD] ATM On the first day of the month, you receive interest on your Savings at the rate of 0.5% per month, subject to a maximum interest of 99,999 bells. At [Nook's Homes] Tanuki Housing: 1) [Tom Nook] Tanuki {Neogul} menu ...a. Down payment / Building addition ......i. Add new room (after paying 298,000-bell mortgage) .........1. Room to the right .........2. Room to the left .........3. Room to the back .........4. Basement .........5. Never mind ......ii. Expand existing room (after paying 298,000-bell mortgage) .........1. Room to the right (if it exists) .........2. Room to the left (if it exists) .........3. Room to the back (if it exists) .........4. Basement (if it exists) .........5. Second floor .........6. Never mind ......iii. Never mind (after paying 298,000-bell mortgage) ...b. Never mind 2) [Lyle] Mr. Truth {Ansimhaessi} menu (if not participating in Theme Challenge) ...a. Hear evaluation ...b. Review survey? ...c. Most recent change? ...d. Never mind 3) [Lyle] Mr. Truth {Ansimhaessi} menu (if participating in Theme Challenge) ...a. Hear evaluation ...b. Change Theme ......i. Do you still want to change? .........1. Yes, change ............a. Which do you want? ...............i. Oriental or Antique (depending on current theme) ...............ii. Antique or Natural ...............iii. Natural or Stylish ...............iv. Quit Challenge ...............v. Other ..................1. Stylish or Fairytale ..................2. Fairytale or Hobby ..................3. Hobby or Science ..................4. Science or Horror ..................5. Other ..................6. Never mind ...............vi. Never mind ............b. Are you sure? ...............i. That's best! ...............ii. Other .........2. Never mind ...c. Score Exchange ......i. Which do you want? .........1. Golden Roof .........2. Golden Wall .........3. Golden Door .........4. Golden Fence .........5. Golden Mailbox ......ii. Are you sure? .........1. Yes! .........2. Never mind ...d. Most recent change? ...e. Never mind The shop is normally open from 10am to 8pm. You can start purchasing exterior reforms as soon as you have a house. At the [???] Shashin BOX or Photo Booth: 1) Do you want to pay 500 bells for a photo? ...a. Yes! ...b. Never mind The booth is not open when your Gate is open. Once you receive the Reaction Register from [Dr. Shrunk] Shisho {Seuseung}, you can put a photo of your player making a Reaction onto your [TPC] SoPaKa. At the [Museum] Hakubutsukan: 1) [Blathers] Fuka {Bu-eong} menu ...a. Donation ...b. Identify Fossil ......i. Would you like to donate? .........1. Yes .........2. I'll keep it ...c. Never Mind 2) [Celeste] Fuko {Bu-ok} menu ...a. I want to display! ......i. Which room would you like? .........1. Exhibit 1 ............a. Ready to pay 10,000 bells? ...............1. Yes! ...............2. Never mind .........2. Exhibit 2 .........3. Exhibit 3 .........4. Exhibit 4 .........5. Never mind ...b. I want to close a display (if an exhibit room is in use) ...c. Explanation! ......i. What do you want to know? .........1. Where are we? .........2. How to display .........3. Closing display .........4. Never mind ...d. Never mind 3) Sign menu (when a display room is active) ...a. Change exhibit title! ...b. Change poster! ...c. Never mind The Museum is open 24 hours a day. Check the board outside for a list of exhibits and contributors. You cannot donate when other players are visiting your town. The Locker upstairs provides access to your storage space. Here are the items available for sale only in the second floor Museum Shop: ...[???] uketsuke teburu or Reception Table ...[???] onshitsudo kiroku tei or Enclosed Recording Device ...[???] garasu no tenji dai or Glass Display Stand ...[???] gouka na gakubuchi or Deluxe Frame ...[???] junro or Route Sign ...[???] tatenaga tenji kesu or Portrait Display Case ...[???] tenji dai or Display Stand ...[???] tenji pateshon or Display Partition ...[???] pateshon poru or Partition Poles ...[Museum Model] hakubutsukan no mokei (after Museum is completely filled) ...[???] hiratai tenji kesu or Flat Display Case ...[???] posuta tate or Poster Sign ...[???] myujiamu no isu or Museum Chair ...[???] atorie no kabegami or Atelier Wall (after donating all art) ...[???] janguru no kabegami or Jungle Wall (after donating all insects) ...[???] suichuu no kabegami or Underwater Wall (after donating all fish and seafood) ...[???] chisou no kabegami or Stratum Wall (after donating all fossils) ...[???] myujiamu no kabe or Museum Wall ...[???] atorie no yuka or Atelier Floor (after donating 20 art) ...[???] umi no soko no yuka or Seabed Floor (after donating 50 fish and/or seafood) ...[???] janguru no yuka or Jungle Floor (after donating 50 insects) ...[???] chitei no yuka or Depths of the Earth Floor (after donating 30 fossils) ...[???] myujiamu no yuka or Museum Floor ...[Silver Shovel] gin no sukoppu (after donating 15 fossils) ...[Silver Net] gin no ami (after donating 30 insects) ...[Silver Rod] gin no tsurizao (after donating 30 fish and/or seafood) At [???] Happy Home Exhibition 1) [???] Kent {Kent} menu ...a. Do you want to enter? ......i. Yes! ......ii. No ...b. Do you want to leave? ......i. Yes ......ii. Never mind 2) Player or House Sign menu ...a. View Player Profile ([TPC] SoPaKa) ...b. Do you wish to prevent/allow replacement of this house? 3) Inside Model House menu ...a. View Player Profile ([TPC] SoPaKa) ...b. Order items The [???] Happy Home Exhibition is open 24 hours a day. There is no access when your Gate is open. You can make up to 20 different StreetPass contacts per day. View the Model Homes of up to 48 different players contacted via StreetPass. When more than 48 players are contacted, the newest Model Homes will replace the oldest. You can lock the Model Homes of up to 16 players in place. When you StreetPass with these players in the future, their Model Home will update in their locked location. Each player can order a maximum of five items per day from the Model Homes in the [???] Happy Home Exhibition. The prices for items are 20% higher than usual. Here is the list of items you can receive from players in the reception area (These items do not appear in the catalog, but the balloons can be ordered if they appear in a Model House.): ...Bubble Wand ...Blow Streamer ...Round Balloons (Aqua, Blue, Green, Orange, Pink, Purple, Red, Yellow) ...Bunny Balloons (Aqua, Blue, Green, Orange, Pink, Purple, Red, Yellow) ...Heart Balloons (Aqua, Blue, Green, Orange, Pink, Purple, Red, Yellow) ...Pinwheels (Aqua, Blue, Green, Orange, Pink, Purple, Red, Yellow) ...Ice Cream Cones (Vanilla, Strawberry, Lemon Double, Mint Double, Vanilla Soft, Chocolate Soft, Mixed Soft, Green Tea Soft) The first ten times that you StreetPass with a particular player, you can receive the following items: ...First time - nothing ...Second time - a round balloon ...Third time - a round balloon ...Fourth time - a pinwheel ...Fifth time - a bunny balloon ...Sixth time - a Bubble Wand ...Seventh time - a heart balloon ...Eighth time - an ice cone ...Ninth time - a soft cone ...Tenth time - a Blow Streamer Starting with the eleventh time you StreetPass with a particular player, the item you can receive is random. At the [???] Engei ten or Garden Center: 1) [Leif] Reiji or Lazy {Neulbong} menu ...a. Weeding, please! ...b. Never mind The shop is normally open from 9am to 8pm. [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong} offers a weed-pulling service at the following costs: ...30 to 99 weeds - 10,000 bells ...100 to 199 weeds - 20,000 bells ...200 to 299 weeds - 30,000 bells ...300 to 499 weeds - 50,000 bells ...500 or more weeds - 100,000 bells At the [Dream Suite] Yumemi no yakata, a.k.a. Relaxation Salon 1) [Luna] Yumemi {Mongsyereu} menu ...a. How can I help you? ......i. Explanation, please! .........1. What advice would you like? ............a. I want to (download) dream (of another town) ...............i. Use Bed ............b. I want to show (upload) dream (of my town) ...............i. Use Couch ............c. As expected ......ii. I'm good 2) Bed menu ...a. Will you pay 500 bells? ......i. Yes, I want to dream! .........1. What would you like to do? ............a. Recommendation! (see random town) ............b. Home dream, please ...............i. Enter ID ...............ii. Do you want to dream of [town name]? ..................1. Yes! ..................2. Never mind ............c. Search! ...............i. Awesome? ...............ii. By town ...............iii. By player ...............iv. By area ...............v. Never mind ............d. Never mind ......ii. Never mind 3) Couch menu ...a. ??? ......i. ???! .........1. Are you sure? ............a. OK! ............b. Never mind ......ii. Never mind The salon is open 24 hours a day. Receive 5,000 bells, per day, for uploading a copy of your town. Visit Nintendo town (Japanese) using ID 0000-0100-0017. Find and speak to [Wendell] Seiichi {Gopa-yu} to replace one or more of the ten designs in your inventory with one of the following designs: ...[???] mura no hata or Town Flag (default, tree) (QR Code at Home Page) ...[???] mario or Mario (PRO design for face board) ...[???] nintendo dairekuto or Nintendo Director (PRO design for face board) ...[???] ruiji or Luigi (PRO design for face board) ...[???] R.PARKERS (logo) ...[???] tanuki haujingu or Tanuki Housing (logo) ...[???] chinkuru no kanban or Tingle Sign (PRO design for face board) ...[???] faruko no rongu T shatsu or Falco Long T-shirt (PRO design) ...[???] ishi datami or Stone Tile ...[???] pichi or Peach (PRO design for dress) (QR Code at Home Page) ...[???] deiji or Daisy (PRO design for dress) (QR Code at Home Page) ...[???] sora hime or Princess (PRO design for dress) (QR Code at Home Page) ...[???] DJ K.K no T shatsu or DJ K.K. T-shirt (PRO design) (QR Code at Home Page) ...[???] hakubutsukan or Museum (logo) ...[???] shizu-chan or Shizue (head) (QR Code at Home Page) ...[???] tanukichi or Tom Nook (head) (QR Code at Home Page) ...[???] kinuyo or Mabel (face) (QR Code at Home Page) ...[???] kissa hato no su or Teacup/Pigeon (logo) ...[???] haniwakun or Gyroid (with nightcap) (QR Code at Home Page) ...[???] GracieGrace (logo) ...[???] yuki no ishi datami or Snowflake Stone Tile ...[???] yuki furu ishi datami or Snowfall Stone Tile ...[???] chinkuru or Tingle (head) Visit Nintendo town (Korean) using ID 0000-1066-6865. Find and speak to [Wendell] Seiichi {Gopa-yu} to replace one or more of the ten designs in your inventory with one of the following designs: ...[???] mario or Mario (PRO design for face board) ...[???] ruiji or Luigi (PRO design for face board) ...[???] shizu-chan or Shizue (head) (QR Code at Home Page) ...[???] tanukichi or Tom Nook (head) (QR Code at Home Page) ...[???] kinuyo or Mabel (face) (QR Code at Home Page) ...[???] deiji or Daisy (PRO design for dress) (QR Code at Home Page) ...[???] haniwakun or Gyroid (QR Code at Home Page) ...[???] pichi or Peach (PRO design for dress) (QR Code at Home Page) ...[???] sora hime or Princess (PRO design for dress) (QR Code at Home Page) ...[???] ??? or Bricks At [???] Shoe Shank: 1) [Kicks] Shank {Patrick} menu: The shop is normally open from 10am to 8pm. At [Club 101] Club 444 1) [Dr. Shrunk] Shisho {Seuseung} menu ...a. Will you bring me food? ......i. Here's a gift! ......ii. Never mind 2) [Gyroid] Haniwa menu ...a. Replace! ...b. Never mind 3) [K.K. Slider] Totakeke {T.K.} menu ...a. Request ......i. Good opus .........1. Enter title ......ii. Current mood... .........1. Good mood .........2. Bad mood .........3. Relaxed .........4. Sad .........5. I don't know ......iii. Whatever ......iv. Never mind ...b. Hesitation The club is normally open from Noon to 2am, Sunday to Friday. The club is normally open from Noon to Midnight on Saturday. [Dr. Shrunk] Shisho {Seuseung} is available to "teach" Reactions until 8pm. Bring him an item of food (e.g., fruit, bamboo shoot, mushroom, Turnips, Candy, Lollipop, eggs, Chocolate Coin, Chocolate Heart, Chocolate Cake, Birthday Cake, Fortune Cookie, or Fox Lottery Cookie) in order to get a Reaction. Here is the list of the 40 Reactions available from [Dr. Shrunk] Shisho {Seuseung}: ...[Agreement] unun or Nodding (nodding head) ...[Bashfulness] tereru or To Be Shy (red cheeks, scratching head) ...[Curiosity] hate? or Question (question mark, hand to chin) ...[Delight] pachipachi or Applause (clapping) ...[Disappointment] tameiki or Sigh (sigh, white breath) ...[Disinterest] hyu or Whizzing (blowing wind, leaf, shudder) ...[Distress] aseru or Flustered (sweating, stepping in place, hands together) ...[Fear] buruburu or Shivering (vibrating lines, shaking, slump) ...[Glee] ukiuki or Cheerful (music notes, swaying, hands together) ...[Happiness] nikoniko or Smilingly (^_^) ...[Heartbreak] shitsuren or Unrequited Love (breaking heart, slump, eyes wide) ...[Inspiration] hirameku or To Hit on a Good Idea (light bulb, eyes wide) ...[Joy] happi or Happy (flowers, swaying) ...[Laughter] warau or To Laugh (laughing, yellow marks) ...Love (heart, hands together) ...[Mischief] warudakumi or Intrigue (sniggering, lines over face, yellow star) ...[Outrage] muka(tsu) or Offended (redness, one white puff) ...[Realization] a(tsu)! or ??? (exclamation mark) ...[Resignation] yareyare or Whew (shrug) ...[Sadness] gakkuri or Heartbroken (slump, smoke swirl) ...[Shock] gan! or Shock (yellow burst, wide eyes, on heels) ...[Sleepiness] akubi or Yawn (yawn, bubbles) ...[Sorrow] wan or To Cry (crying) ...[Thought] un or Hmm (three dots in bubble, hand on hip, hand on chin) ...[Worry] komaru or To Be Worried (head down, frown) ...[???] nika(tsu) or ??? (^_^, white bursts) ...[???] e(tsu)?! or Shock (yellow burst, eyes wide, step back, hand to chest) ...[???] shimatta! or Damn it! (yellow star on head, arm gesture) ...[???] kushami or Sneeze (sneeze) ...[???] punpun or Anger (redness, two white puffs, stamping) ...[???] doya! or ??? (furrowed brow, hands on hips, step back, bursts) ...[???] kururinpa or ??? (spin, hands up, leg out, starbursts) ...[???] ya(a)! or Hi! (^_^, wave) ...[???] iyaiya or Distasteful (shaking head) ...[???] shakin! or ??? (strike pose, two yellow stars) ...[???] nigawarai or Bitter Smile ("heh, heh, heh") ...[???] souzouchuu or Imagining (thought cloud, eyes closed, hand to chin) ...[???] mu(tsu) or Serious Look (frown, knitted brow) ...[???] mojimoji or Bashfully (head bowed, hands behind back) ...[???] supesharu or Special ([Dr. Shrunk] Shisho twist dance) (taught last) The Reactions are stored in a Register that you can access by tapping on an icon at the bottom of the Touch Screen. There are two pages, each holding 20 Reactions. You can "drag and drop" individual Reactions within the Register to put the ones you like or use most often at the top. You can also "drag and drop" Reactions from one page to the other. DJ K.K. spins "House" on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. DJ K.K. spins "Famikon" on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. While DJ K.K. is entertaining after 8pm, press the following on the +Control to make your player dance: ...Up - Jump ...Left - Buttocks fluttery ...Right - Side step ...Down - High spirits While [K.K. Slider] Totakeke {T.K.} appears on the stage starting at 8pm every night, only on Saturday evenings can you speak to him. Each player can obtain one piece of music each Saturday evening. The following three songs are available by request only and to hear only (you cannot receive them): ...[???] (hiragana) sa yo na ra ...[???] (hiragana) do u bu tsu no ma chi ...[???] (katakana) do ra i bu At [Shampoodle] Speedy (Beauty Salon): 1) Chair menu: ...a. What would you like to do? ......i. Hairstyle .........1. Do you want to pay 3,000 bells? ............a. Let's do it! ...............i. You might look good in a girl's/boy's hairstyle (male/female) ..................1. Cut it out! ..................2. R-really? ...............ii. What image are you going for? ..................1. Curser 76% to 100% Casual .....................a. Do you want loose or stylish? ........................i. Loose! ...........................1. How loose? ..............................a. Languid loose (like bedhead)(flip) ..............................b. Girly loose/fuwattoshita yurusa (perm)(wave) ........................ii. Stylish! ...........................1. Are you fashion leader or follower? ..............................a. Want yearning! (spikes)(bob (kappa)) ..............................b. Everyone doesn't approach me (crew)(short bob) ..................2. Curser 51% to 75% Casual .....................a. What is your room like? ........................i. Scattered ...........................1. ??? ..............................a. Tidy up... (onion)(2 side tails) ..............................b. Intent! (soft Mohican)(3 tails) ........................ii. Beautiful room! ...........................1. ??? ..............................a. Styling! (right front peak)(pony tail) ..............................b. Nature number one! (center part)(tri-wing) ..................3. Curser 50% to 75% Formal .....................a. Common sense important or different? ........................i. Serious! ...........................1. Ridden past nature type or steady going? ..............................a. Ridden past nature! (jagged edge)(rear tail) ..............................b. Steady going (short all-over)(very short) ........................ii. Truth yancha! ...........................1. ??? ..............................a. Sometime calm (short bangs)(mid-part) ..............................b. All the way yancha! (young master)(one-length) ..................4. Curser 76% to 100% Formal .....................a. For business or private function? ........................i. Business! ...........................1. Fresh or veteran stability? ..............................a. Fresh! (bangs)(shoulder, short bangs) ..............................b. Veteran! (part, bangs)(regent) ........................ii. Private! ...........................1. Is it a party or a date? ..............................a. Party! (left part)(bun) ..............................b. Date (longish)(2 rear tails) ..............................c. It's a Secret! (random)(random) (onion, soft Mohican, right front peak, left part, or longish) (2 side tails, 3 tails, pony tail, bun, or 2 rear tails) ...............iii. What color do you want? ..................1. Natural .....................a. Curser 100% Pitch Black .....................b. Curser 80% Pitch Black (dark brown) .....................b. Curser 75% Pitch Black (dark brown) .....................d. Curser 60% Pitch Black (light brown) .....................c. Curser halfway (reddish brown) .....................d. Curser 60% Light (red) .....................d. Curser 75% Light (gray) .....................e. Curser 80% Light (yellow) .....................e. Curser 100% Light (pale yellow) ..................2. Dark .....................a. Intense Fire (red) .....................b. Forest (dark green) .....................c. Deep Sea (dark blue) .....................d. Moody (purple) .....................e. Somethin' else! ..................3. Light .....................a. Sweet Love (pink) .....................b. Sky (light blue) .....................c. Sprout (light green) .....................d. Angel (white) .....................e. Somethin' else! ............b. No way, lady! ......ii. Makeover! .........1. Ready to spend 3,000 bells? ............a. Do your thing! ...............i. Is that the one you want? (select Mii) ..................1. That's the one ..................2. Lemme think... ............b. I'm backing out! ......iii. Color contact (after the salon is open two weeks) .........1. Ready to spend 3,000 bells? ............a. What impression do you want to leave? ...............i. Widen the sky ..................1. ??? .....................a. Pitch dark (black) .....................b. Cloudless blue sky (blue) .....................c. Broth-like cloudiness (grayish blue) ...............ii. Huge tree ..................1. ??? .....................a. Grass grown thick (green) .....................b. Sturdy trunk (brown) .....................c. Breathe in ??? (black) ...............iii. Endless ocean ..................1. ??? .....................a. South Sea Cobalt Blue (darker blue) .....................b. Winter North Wind Blowing Sea (grayish blue) .....................c. Emerald Sea Coral (green) ............b. Never mind ......iv. Never mind [Shampoodle] Speedy is normally open from 10am to 8pm. You can get only one haircut, makeover, or color contact per day. Color Contacts become available 14 days after your first haircut or makeover. After purchasing 15 haircuts, [Harriet] Kattorinu {Kateurina} may offer you an "opposite gender" haircut. At [???] Uranai no yakata or Fortune-Telling Mansion 1) [Katrina] Hackemy {Machurilla} Menu: ...a. Do you want to spend 500 bells for a reading? ......i. Please! ......ii. Not particularly ...b. Do you want something for 10,000 bells? (if item luck is high) ......i. Yes ......ii. Never mind Here are the two items initially available only from [Katrina] Hackemy {Machurilla}: ...[Celebration Hat] akai daikoku bou ...[???] chinkuru or Tingle Hat  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 16) RETAIL UPGRADES ****************************************************************************** [Nookling Junction] Mametsubu Shouten usually offers the following items for sale: ...two pieces of furniture ...one pad of stationery ...one Wrapping Paper ...one Fortune Cookie ...two tools (either Shovel, Net, or Fishing Rod) [???] Conbini Mametsubu usually offers the following items for sale: ...three pieces of furniture ...one wallpaper ...one carpet ...one pad of stationery ...one Wrapping Paper ...one Medicine ...two Fortune Cookies ...three tools (either Shovel, Net, Fishing Rod, Slingshot, Timer or Megahorn) Construction is triggered when the following three requirements are met: 1) Payment of the 10,000-bell house down payment 2) 12,000 bells in transactions at [Nookling Junction] Mametsubu Shouten 3) Ten days have passed since the creation of the town Construction normally takes one day. [???] Super Mametsubu usually offers the following items for sale: ...four pieces of furniture (including one piece of wall furniture) ...two wallpapers ...two carpets ...two pads of stationery ...one Wrapping Paper ...one Melody Card ...one Medicine ...two Fortune Cookies ...three tools Construction is triggered when the following three requirements are met: 1) 25,000 bells in transactions at [???] Conbini Mametsubu 2) [???] Conbini Mametsubu has been open at least ten days 3) [???] Engei ten or Garden Center has been open at least ten days Construction normally takes one day. [???] Home Center Mametsubu usually offers the following items for sale: ...five pieces of furniture (including one piece of wall furniture) ...two wallpapers ...two carpets ...two pads of stationery ...one music ...one Wrapping Paper ...one Melody Card ...one Medicine ...two Fortune Cookies ...three tools Construction is triggered when the following two requirements are met: 1) 50,000 bells in transactions at [???] Super Mametsubu 2) [???] Super Mametsubu has been open at least 21 days Construction normally takes one day. [???] Mametsubu Depart usually offers the following items for sale: First Floor: ...two music ...two pads of stationery ...one Wrapping Paper ...one Melody Card ...one Medicine ...two Fortune Cookies ...three tools Second Floor: ...seven pieces of furniture (including two pieces of wall furniture) ...two wallpapers ...two carpets Third Floor: ...five pieces of Gracie-exclusive furniture ...one Gracie-exclusive wallpaper ...one Gracie-exclusive carpet ...ten other Gracie-exclusive items (clothing and accessories) Construction is triggered when the following three requirements are met: 1) Complete four satisfactory [Gracie] Grace {Grace} Fashion Checks 2) 100,000 bells in transactions at [???] Home Center Mametsubu 3) [???] Home Center Mametsubu has been open at least 30 days Construction normally takes one day. Able Sisters usually offers the following items for sale: ...three tops (shirts) or dresses ...two bottoms (pants, shorts, and skirts) In the Accessory Corner: ...three accessories ...three headwear (hats and helmets) ...one umbrella [Nook's Homes] Tanuki Housing usually offers the following renovations for sale: ...one pavement ...one roof ...one outer wall ...one fencing ...one mailbox ...one square door ...one rounded door ...one architectural redesign [???] Happy Home Exhibition will open after meeting the following requirements: 1) Payment of the 10,000-bell house down payment 2) [Lyle] Mr. Truth {Ansimhaessi} has appeared at [Nook's Homes] Tanuki Housing. The Public Works option for the [Reset Surveillance Center] Reset Monitoring Center is triggered by meeting the following requirement: 1) Meeting [Resetti] Mr. Reset {Dorumukssi} when loading your game after resetting or losing power while playing. The Public Works option for the [Dream Suite] Yumemi no yakata is triggered by meeting the following three requirements: 1) Seven days have passed since amassing 100 mayoral points. 2) At least one Public Work has been completed. 3) You've connected to the Internet at least once. Find and speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} while napping to make the option appear. [???] Engei ten or Garden Center usually offers the following items for sale: ...two flower seeds ...one tree sapling ...one tool (either a Watering Can or an Axe) Construction is triggered by meeting the following requirement: 1) The number of times you water flowers plus the number of times you plant a flower, sapling, or fruit, plus the number of times you pull up a weed totals at least 30. Construction normally takes one day. [???] Engei kona or Garden Corner, part of [???] Home Center Mametsubu, usually offers the following items for sale: ...two flower seeds ...two shrub seedlings ...one tree sapling ...one tool (either a Watering Can or an Axe) ...one piece of furniture [???] Engei kona or Garden Corner, part of [???] Mametsubu Depart, usually offers the following items for sale: ...two flower seeds ...two shrub seedlings ...one tree sapling ...two tools (a Watering Can and an Axe) ...one piece of furniture ...one fruit (Persimmon or Bamboo Shoot) ...one fertilizer [???] Shoe Shank usually offers the following items for sale: ...four shoes ...two socks Construction is triggered by meeting the following two requirements: 1) Ten days have passed since the town was created. 2) 8,000 bells in transactions at Able Sisters. Construction normally takes three days. [Club 101] Club 444 will open after meeting the following five requirements: 1) The mayoral player has amassed at least 100 mayoral points. 2) [???] Conbini Mametsubu has opened. 3) You've accepted [Dr. Shrunk's] Shisho's {Seuseung's} petition. 4) You've returned the completed petition to [Dr. Shrunk] Shisho {Seuseung}. 5) Five days have passed since the petition was returned. The [Museum] Hakubutsukan second floor Museum Shop usually offers the following items for sale: ...one piece of exhibit furniture ...two other items (silver tools, carpeting, wallpaper) The Public Works option for the Museum Reconstruction is triggered by meeting the following three requirements: 1) Someone has spoken to [Blathers] Futa {Bu-eong} at least once on each of 14 different days. 2) Donate at least one item to each of the four exhibits (fossils, insects, fish, and art). 3) Donate at least 20 items, in total, to the [Museum] Hakubutsukan. Find and speak to [Blathers] Fuka {Bu-eong} while "pondering" to make the option appear. [Shampoodle] Speedy construction is triggered by meeting the following two requirements: 1) Seven days have passed since Shoe Shank has opened. 2) 10,000 bells in transactions at Able Sisters. Construction normally takes three days. The Public Works option for the Cafe is triggered by meeting the following two requirements: 1) Donate at least 50 items, in total, to the [Museum] Hakubutsukan. 2) At least seven days have passed since the Museum Reconstruction. Find and speak to [Blathers] Fuka {Bu-eong} while "pondering" to make the option appear. The Public Works option for the [???] Uranai no yakata or Fortune-Telling Mansion is triggered by meeting the following two requirements: 1) Purchase at least 20 fortunes from [Katrina] Hackemy {Machurilla}. 2) Have the mayoral player speak to [Katrina] Hackemy {Machurilla} after the 20 fortunes.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 17) MONEY MAKING ****************************************************************************** Remember that when selling items, [Reese] Lisa {Lisa} at R. Parkers will pay you more than either [Timmy] Mamekichi {Kongdol-i} or [Tommy] Tsubukichi {Bamdol-i}. Here are the author's recommendations for making money: *************** Sell Sea Shells *************** For starters, this is the easiest way to get some funds to buy useful tools. Head for the beach(es) and pick up sea shells (using the "Y" button) along the shore. There will probably be enough to fill your pockets/inventory. Here is the list of sea shells and the amount of bells you can get when you sell at R. Parkers: ...[Pearl Oyster] akoyagai no kaigara - 1,200 ...[Scallop] hotategai no kaigara - 600 ...[???] oisuta no kaigara or Oyster Shell - 450 ...[White Scallop] shakogai no kaigara - 450 ...[Conch] horagai no kaigara - 350 ...[Venus Comb] honegai no kaigara - 300 ...[Coral] sango - 250 ...[Dall's Top] ebisugai no kaigara - 90 ...[Sand Dollar] sando dara - 60 ...[Porceletta] takaragai no kaigara - 30 *************** Sell Flowers *************** Also for starters, pick up the flowers around your town and sell them. This is probably a desperate move, though, because flowers are useful for breeding hybrids and for improving your Environment Report. They are also required for the appearance of some insects. Here is the list of non-hybrid flowers you might find around town and the amount of bells you can get when you sell them at R. Parkers: ...[Red Roses] akai bara - 40 ...[Yellow Roses] kiiroi bara - 40 ...[White Roses] shiroi bara - 40 ...[Red Tulips] akai churippu - 40 ...[Yellow Tulips] kiiroi churippu - 40 ...[White Tulips] shiroi churippu - 40 ...[Red Pansies] akai panji - 40 ...[Yellow Pansies] kiiroi panji - 40 ...[White Pansies] shiroi panji - 40 ...[Red Cosmos] akai kosumosu - 40 ...[Sun Cosmos] kiiroi kosumosu - 40 ...[White Cosmos] shiroi kosumosu - 40 ...[???] akai yuri or Red Lilies - 40 ...[???] kiiroi yuri or Yellow Lilies - 40 ...[???] shiroi yuri or White Lilies - 40 ...[???] kiiroi sumire or Yellow Violets - 40 ...[???] shiroi sumire or White Violets - 40 ...[???] murasaki no sumire or Purple Violets - 40 ...[Dandelions] tanpopo - 40 ...[Dandelion Puffs] watage - 40 *************** Harvest Fruit *************** Also for starters, shake fruit trees (using the "A" button), then pick up the fruit to sell. Fruit will reappear on the tree three days later. Every town starts with one kind of fruit. This native fruit will be one of Apples, Cherries, Oranges, Peaches, or Pears. Native fruit will sell at R. Parkers for 100 bells each. In your pockets/inventory, you can "drag and drop" fruit into one spot/slot on the touch screen, up to a "bunch" of nine fruit. While harvesting fruit, carefully look for "delicious" fruit! There is usually one "delicious" fruit in your town when your town is created. Native "delicious" fruit sell at R. Parkers for 600 bells each. You can sell it, but it's probably better to save it until you get a Shovel: then you can plant it to create more! If you sell it, though, don't fret because another "delicious" fruit can appear on your native fruit trees in the future. Bury [???] hiryou or Fertilizer with a Shovel near a native fruit tree to increase the probability that the tree will produce "delicious" fruit. A "delicious" fruit tree will bear fruit only four, five, six, or seven times. Then, it will shed its leaves. If you wish to continue to harvest, you will have to replant. Occasionally, a "delicious" fruit tree will produce "worm-eaten" fruit. Bury [???] hiryou or Fertilizer with a Shovel near a "delicious" fruit tree to decrease the probability that the tree will produce "worm-eaten" fruit. Over time, harvesting fruit can be a dependable way to earn money. As more "delicious" fruit appear, plant them to multiply their availability. Trade with friends to get the four fruit not native to your town. When you get them, plant them with your Shovel so that you can harvest in the future. Non- native fruit sell at R. Parkers for 500 bells each. You will eventually have access to tropical fruit. They are Bananas, Coconuts, Durians, Lemons, Litchis, Mangoes, and Persimmons. All tropical fruit sell at R. Parkers for 250 bells each. Lastly, non-native "delicious" fruit sell at R. Parkers for 3,000 bells each. Unfortunately, when you plant non-native "delicious" fruit in your town, the resulting trees will bear fruit that are not "delicious." *************** Shaking Trees *************** While shaking fruit trees to harvest fruit, consider shaking all other trees. You can find 100-bell coins and pieces of furniture. You can also find insects, like Bees. Don't be afraid of Bees: you can catch them with a Net and sell them at R. Parkers for 2,500 bells each! In addition, you can pick up the Beehive and sell it at R. Parkers for 500 bells. For starters, each day you can find twenty 100-bell coins, two pieces of furniture, and five Beehives (each accompanied by a catchable Bee). These amounts are proportional to the number of non-fruit trees in your town. If you have fewer non-fruit trees, you will find fewer bell coins, pieces of furniture, and Beehives. *************** Money Rock *************** You can hit one of the rocks in your town with a Shovel to get money! The rock that will "spit out" bells is randomly chosen each day. When facing the rock, you should rapidly tap the "A" button so that your player can hit the rock as many times as possible within the time limit. Each hit will produce a bell coin or bell bag of greater and greater amount. In order, the amounts are: 100, 200, 300, 500, 1000, 2000, 4000, and 8000 bells, for a possible total of 16,100 bells. After each hit, your player will "bounce back" in reaction to the hit. If you do nothing to brace your player, you will eventually be "bounced back" too far away from the rock to hit it. Try digging holes to brace your player, like this: S S S S S=Space S R S S R=Rock S S P H P=Player H=Hole S S H Or this: S S S S R S S P S H H H In place of holes, you could use a tree, a stump, or any other solid object. If the rock is a space away from a fence, wall, tree, cliff, or river bank, you could try positioning your player to face the rock with your player's back up against the fence, wall, tree, cliff, or river bank. Each player in town gets their own money rock. So, consider creating alternate players to get more money each day. *************** Mine for Money *************** Each day, the game generates one "fake" rock somewhere in your town. It's location is random. Hit the "fake" rock with your Shovel to reveal a gem! Here is the list of gems you can find and the amount of bells you can get for selling them at R. Parkers: ...[???] kin kousaki or Gold Ore - 4,000 ...[???] gin kousaki or Silver Ore - 3,000 ...[???] amejisuto or Amethyst - 2,000 ...[???] emerarudo or Emerald - 2,000 ...[???] safaia or Sapphire - 2,000 ...[???] rubi or Ruby - 2,000 *************** Gem Rock *************** Remember the money rock described above? Well, if you use a Silver Shovel, the money rock can sometimes "spit out" gems instead of money! That's right, if you brace your player, you can get eight gems from the player's money rock. Don't forget to let your alternate players use Silver Shovels, too! *************** Buried Treasure *************** Each day, there will be four unidentified fossils buried somewhere in town. Their locations are random. You can find them by looking for a "star" mark on the ground, indicating where something is buried. Dig them up with a Shovel, bring them to the [Museum] Hakubutsukan, and ask [Blathers] Futa {Bu-eong} to identify them. You can get anywhere from 1,000 bells to 6,000 bells each from selling them at R. Parkers. On the day that follows a day with precipitation, you can find three gyroids buried randomly in your town. Each gyroid sells for 828 bells at R. Parkers. Lastly, each day will find a [Pitfall Seed] otoshiana no tane buried randomly in your town. You can sell it at R. Parkers for 10 bells. *************** Go Fishing *************** Fishing is a popular and dependable way to earn funds. Buy a Fishing Rod and head to the river or ocean to cast your line. Sell your catches to [Reese] Lisa {Lisa} at R. Parkers for immediate profit! Press the "A" button to cast your bobber ahead of the fish shadow. As the fish "bites" the bobber, patiently wait until it dips all the way under the water (listen for the splash sound). Quickly press the "A" button to reel in the fish. *************** Catch Insects *************** Catching insects is usually less lucrative than fishing, but a Net can turn profit, especially when catching Bees while shaking trees. Press the "A" button to swing your Net. You can hold the "A" button and use the Circle Pad to "creep" or "sneak" up on "sensitive" insects. Your Net will then swing when you release the "A" button. *************** Resort Fauna *************** The author highly recommends getting to Resort Island as soon as possible! It turns out that highly lucrative palm tree beetles and other insects can be caught there after 5pm! Here is a list of them and the amount of bells you can get by selling at R. Parkers: ...[Golden Stag] ougononi kuwagata - on palm trees - 12,000 ...[Hercules Beetle] herakuresu ookabuto - on palm trees - 12,000 ...[Rainbow Stag] nijiiro kuwagata - on trees - 10,000 ...[Cyclommatus] hosoaka kuwagata - on palm trees - 8,000 ...[Atlas Beetle] kokasasu ookabuto - on palm trees - 8,000 ...[Elephant Beetle] zou kabuto - on palm trees - 8,000 ...[Goliath Beetle] goraiasu hanamuguri - on palm trees - 6,000 ...[Emperor Butterfly] morufochou - near hibiscus - 2,500 Also, be alert to fins in the ocean because you might be able to catch these lucrative sharks: ...[Shark] same - 15,000 ...[???] jinbeezame or Whale Shark - 13,000 ...[???] nokogiri same or Saw Shark - 12,000 ...[Hammerhead Shark] shumokuzame - 8,000 ...[Ocean Sunfish] manbou - 4,000 Here's the plan to be on Resort Island by Day 4: 1) On Day 1, pay the 10,000-bell down payment to [Tom Nook] Tanukichi {Neogul}. 2) On Day 1, speak to [Tom Nook] Tanukichi {Neogul} to build your starter house. 3) On Day 2, speak to [Tom Nook] Tanukichi {Neogul} to be able to pay the 39,800-bell mortgage at the [ATM] ABD. 4) On Day 2, pay the 39,800-bell loan at the [ABD] ATM. 5) On Day 2, speak to [Tom Nook] Tanukichi {Neogul} to expand your house. 6) On Day 3, speak to [Tortimer] Kotobuki {Gobuk} on the Wharf. 7) On Day 4, speak to [Kapp'n] Kappei {Gapdol}, pay him 1,000 bells, and enjoy the trip! *************** Seafood Diving *************** Buy a Marine Suit on Resort Island to take back to your town. From there, you can search the depths for seafood to catch and sell. Go to the edge of the water and press the "A" button in order to enter the water. Press the "A" button to swim on the surface. Look for dark spots on the ocean floor that produce bubbles on the surface. Go to the bubbles and press the "Y" button to dive underwater. While underwater you have a limited amount of time to move your player to the dark spot. Press the "Y" button to return to the surface. Watch out for Jellyfish! *************** Turnips *************** Buying and selling Turnips is the only way to score big bucks! If your goal is to fill up your Savings account, Turnips is your best option. Save your money, and buy as many Turnips as you can from [Joan] Kaburiba {Mupara} on Sunday mornings. [Joan's] Kaburiba's {Mupara's} price will be between 90 bells and 110 bells per Turnip. Then, be sure to check with [Reese] Lisa {Lisa} each day of the week for that day's morning price and afternoon price. Don't forget to ask your real-life friends for the Turnip prices in their towns! You can sell there, too! Any price above 150 bells is worthy of consideration for selling your Turnips, but be on the look-out for "large spike" prices. If you come across prices above 200, definitely sell. Consult the "Stalk Market" section below for more detail information about weekly price patterns. *************** Floating Gifts *************** Listen for the sound of blowing wind because it usually means that a present- carrying balloon is floating across town nearby, either east to west or west to east. Press "Up" on the +Control to try to see where the balloon is. Use your Slingshot to shoot the balloon (look on the ground for the balloon's shadow). The balloon's path will change to float around a building if one is in its direct path. If you don't have a Slingshot, you might still have an opportunity to obtain the present. As the present-carrying balloon passes over the cliff next to the beach, either on the east side of town or on the west side of town, the balloon drops close enough to the upper ground that you can hit the balloon with your Net or Shovel, dropping the present. The presents contain furniture, wallpaper, or carpeting from the Balloon Series or a Balloon Hat. Here is the list of the items available only from present- carrying balloons and the amount of bells you can get for selling them at R. Parkers: ...[???] barun kurozetto or Balloon Closet - 745 ...[???] barun kurokku or Balloon Clock - 620 ...[???] barun sofa or Balloon Sofa - 670 ...[???] barun chea or Balloon Chair - 620 ...[???] barun chesuto or Balloon Chest - 670 ...[???] barun teburu or Balloon Table - 720 ...[???] barun terebi or Balloon TV - 700 ...[???] barun doggu ranpu or Balloon Dog Lamp - 750 ...[???] barun doressa or Balloon Vanity - 700 ...[???] barun beddo or Balloon Bed - 800 ...[???] barun ranpu or Balloon Lamp - 640 ...[???] barun na kabegami or Balloon Wall - 450 ...[???] barun na yuka or Balloon Floor - 450 ...[???] barun hatto or Balloon Hat - 150 ...[Silver Slingshot] gin no pachinko - 125 ...[Gold Slingshot] kin no pachinko - 125 *************** Villager Errands *************** You can receive rewards, that you can then sell for profit, from villagers for performing errands. Some of the errands that don't require spending money include: retrieving an insect, retrieving a fish, agreeing to go to their house, agreeing to take them to your house, agreeing to deliver a green-ribbon- wrapped present to another villager, completing a petition, and winning a game of hide-and-seek. Occasionally you can find an otoshimono, or "thing inadvertently dropped and lost," in your town. Return the item to it's owner to receive a reward. *************** "Free" Stuff *************** There are lots of ways to receive items that you can then sell at R. Parkers to raise some cash: 1) Near the beginning of your town, [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} can give you a Lantern and [???] nikukyuu na kabegami or Paw Wallpaper. Also, prior to amassing 100 points, you can "pester" [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} to get items like stationery, fruit, and tools. 2) You can receive letters from your Mom with items attached, like furniture, clothing, or fruit. 3) Villagers can sometimes give you items "for nothing," like Medicine, furniture, wallpaper, carpeting, clothing, or fruit. 4) Special visitors, like [Gulliver] Johnny {Jyoni} or [???] Maiko-chan {Mi-ya} (or even [Wishy the Star] Ohoshisama {???}), can send you items in letters. 5) The [Happy Room Academy] Happy Home Academy will send you items for scoring a certain amount of points. 6) You can receive items in the mail for depositing a certain amount of money in your Savings account. 7) Downloadable content, obtained via SpotPass or via the Delivery Present option at the [Post Office] Yuubinkyoku, can be sold for profit. Use alternate players to get duplicate items. 8) Use StreetPass so that other players can appear in the reception area of the [???] Happy Home Exhibition. Speaking to these players can get you items, like balloons, pinwheels, and ice cream, that can be sold. 9) There are several events where you can get "free" stuff that can be sold for profit. Find mushrooms and Mushroom Series items on the ground during November. Receive Harvest Series items from Franklin {???} during the Harvest Festival. Catch Snow Crystals with your Net starting in December. Receive furniture and trophies from [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} during Fishing Tourneys. Receive furniture and trophies from [Nat] Kameyama-san {???} during insect-catching tourneys. Receive items from snowmen. 10) Lastly, plant pairs of flowers to spawn hybrid flowers. Hybrids sell for significantly more amounts than "regular" flowers. Consult the "Hybrids" section below for the list of combination pairs that can result in hybrids. *************** Interest *************** On the first day of the month, you will receive interest on your Savings account balance at the rate of 0.5% per month, subject to a maximum interest of 99,999 bells. So, on the last day of the month, make sure any extra cash is deposited into your Savings account.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 18) TOOLS ****************************************************************************** Here is the list of tools, where they are obtained, their purchase price, their selling price, and any additional info: Shovel - [???] Mametsubu's; [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} - 500 - 125 Silver Shovel - Museum Shop - 500 - 125 - after donating 15 fossils Gold Shovel - [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong} - N/A - 125 - after buying 50 [???] hiryou or Fertilizer The Silver Shovel can produce gems when used to hit the daily money rock. The Gold Shovel can produce Bell Trees. Net - [???] Mametsubu's; [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul}; [Nat] Kameyama-san {???} - 500 - 125 Silver Net - Museum Shop - 500 - 125 - after donating 30 insects Gold Net - [Nat] Kameyama-san {???} - N/A - 125 - after catching all 72 insects Fishing Rod - [???] Mametsubu's; [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul}; [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} - 500 - 125 Silver Rod - Museum Shop - 500 - 125 - after donating 30 fish Gold Rod - [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} - N/A - 125 - after catching all 72 fish Slingshot - [???] Mametsubu's (starting with Conbini) - 500 - 125 Silver Slingshot - Balloon - N/A - 125 - after shooting 16 balloons Gold Slingshot - Balloon - N/A - 125 - after shooting 16 balloons The Silver Slingshot shoots two "pellets" at a time. The Gold Slingshot shoots three "pellets" at a time. Axe - [???] Engei ten or Garden Center - 400 - 100 - will break Silver Axe - Resort Island - 8 (medals) - 125 - will break Gold Axe - [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong} - N/A - 125 - after buying 50 tree saplings, won't break The Silver Axe will produce stumps with creative "ring" design. Watering Can - [???] Engei ten or Garden Center - 500 - 125 Silver Can - [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong} - N/A - 125 - after buying 50 flower seeds Gold Can - [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} - N/A - 125 - after 15 days of "perfect" town status The Silver Can waters the four spots immediately north, south, east, and west. The Gold Can waters the surrounding eight spots. Timer - [???] Mametsubu's (starting with Conbini) - 500 - 125 Megahorn - [???] Mametsubu's (starting with Conbini) - 500 - 125  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 19) HEAD SONCHOU ****************************************************************************** So, you've agreed to be [???] Sonchou (or Mayor). At the [Town Hall] Yakuba, [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} suggests you write letters to villagers, perhaps attaching an item as a present. She may give you stationery or fruit. She may ask you to gather sea shells (bring one to her). Try "pestering" her; you may get her to give you a tool, perhaps one that is not yet on sale in the [???] Shoutengai (Shopping District). Starting on the second day, the desk "flap" will be open and you can sit in the Chair behind the back desk. There, you can hear a report from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} that will tell you how many "points" you have amassed. She will also offer lots of advice about things to do to improve town. You need to amass 100 points in order to advance your status and gain access to Public Works and town Ordinances. The following tasks will add points to your total: ...Post a notice on the [Bulletin Board] keijiban (do once)(+3) ...Change the [Town Tune] mura mero (do once)(+3) ...Change the village flag (do once)(+3) ...Donate to the [Museum] Hakubutsukan (do once)(+3) ...Put something on display for sale at R. Parkers (do once)(+3) ...Continue to play every day (little by little)(+1 to +3) ...Become friends with villagers (little by little)(+1) ...Fish garbage out of the ocean or river (little by little)(+1) ...Pull weeds (sometimes)(+1) ...Water flowers (sometimes)(+1) Don't worry about amassing 100 points on the first day because you will have no way to tell how many points you have received. It's probably possible to get the 100 points by the end of the second day, but it will require quite an effort. Try saving/quitting/reloading your game to get [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo- ul} to give you an updated point report. You normally cannot conduct mayoral business (Public Works and Ordinances) during an event (e.g. during the Fishing Tourney). Public Works are community projects to build something in your town. Here is the list of Public Works: ...Modern Police Station - 264,000 bells (suggested by any villager) ...Classic Police Station - 264,000 bells (suggested by any villager) ...Cafe - 298,000 bells (triggered by Blathers) ...Reset Surveillance Center - 368,000 bells (after meeting Resetti) ...Dream Mansion - 234,000 bells (after completing first Public Work) ...Museum Reconstruction - 198,000 bells (triggered by Blathers) ...Fortune-Telling Mansion - 340,000 bells (triggered by Katrina) ...Station Renovation (Classic) - 498,000 (triggered by [???] Ekiin-san) ...Station Renovation (Fairytale) - 498,000 (triggered by [???] Ekiin-san) ...Station Renovation (Modern) - 498,000 (triggered by [???] Ekiin-san) ...Town Hall Renovation (Classic) - 498,000 (triggered by "perfect" status) ...Town Hall Renovation (Fairytale) - 498,000 (triggered by "perfect" status) ...Town Hall Renovation (Modern) - 498,000 (triggered by "perfect" status) ...Stone Bridge - 128,000 bells ...Fishing Bridge - 128,000 bells ...Brick Bridge - 224,000 bells (suggested by any villager) ...Modern Bridge - 224,000 bells (suggested by any villager) ...Japanese-Style Bridge - 298,000 bells (suggested by Cranky male villager) ...Fairytale Bridge - 298,000 bells (suggested by Peppy female villager) ...Park Bench - 30,000 bells ...Plastic Bench - 42,500 bells (suggested by Jock male villager) ...Unfinished Wood Bench - 42,500 bells (suggested by aneki female villager) ...Metal Bench - 42,500 bells (suggested by Peppy female villager) ...Log Bench - 38,000 bells (suggested by aneki female villager) ...Modern Bench - 52,800 bells (suggested by Snooty female villager) ...Fairytale Bench - 52,800 bells (suggested by Normal female villager) ...Japanese-Style Bench - 52,800 bells (suggested by Cranky male villager) ...Flower Bed - 26,400 bells (suggested by Normal female villager) ...Drinking Fountain - 39,800 bells (suggested by Normal female villager) ...Stevenson Screen - 42,000 bells (suggested by Jock male villager) ...Sand Pit - 36,000 bells (suggested by Lazy male villager) ...Garbage Can - 53,000 bells (suggested by Normal female village) ...Pipes - 79,800 (suggested by Lazy male villager) ...Water Well - 148,000 bells ...Fountain - 99,800 bells ...Tire Play Equipment - 49,800 bells (suggested by Lazy male villager) ...Globe Jungle - 69,800 bells (suggested by Lazy male villager) ...Clock - 42,000 bells ...Modern Clock - 78,000 bells (suggested by Snooty female villager) ...Fairytale Clock - 78,000 bells (suggested by Normal female villager) ...Japanese-Style Clock - 78,000 bells (suggested by Cranky male villager) ...Outside Light - 39,800 bells ...Round Outside Light - 39,800 bells (suggested by Peppy female villager) ...Retro Outside Light - 42,800 bells (suggested by Snooty female villager) ...Modern Outside Light - 64,000 bells (suggested by Snooty female villager) ...Fairytale Lamp - 64,000 bells (suggested by Normal female villager) ...Japanese-Style Outside Light - 64,000 bells (suggested by Cranky male villager) ...Balloon Arch - 86,000 bells (suggested by Lazy male villager) ...Flower Arch - 87,000 bells (suggested by Normal female villager) ...Campground - 59,800 bells ...Picnic Sheet - 39,800 bells (suggested by aneki female villager) ...Hammock - 32,000 bells (suggested by Lazy male villager) ...Campfire - 46,000 bells (suggested by Jock male villager) ...Outdoor Bed - 32,000 bells (suggested by Lazy male villager) ...Garden Chair - 23,400 bells (suggested by Normal female villager) ...Pine Torch - 29,800 bells (suggested by Jock male villager) ...Landscape Garden - 148,000 bells (suggested by Cranky male villager) ...Hot Spring - 98,000 bells (suggested by Snooty female villager) ...Geyser - 98,000 bells (suggested by aneki female villager) ...Goddess Statue - 88,000 bells (suggested by Snooty female villager) ...Stone Monument - 39,800 bells (suggested by any villager) ...Hand Pump - 42,000 bells (suggested by Lazy male villager) ...Wisteria Pergola - 124,000 bells (suggested by aneki female villager) ...Bell - 86,000 bells (suggested by Peppy female villager) ...Temple Bell - 86,000 bells (suggested by Cranky male villager) ...Scarecrow - 22,400 bells (suggested by aneki female villager) ...Straw Fence - 17,400 bells (suggested by Cranky male villager) ...Enclosure - 49,800 bells ...Bus Shelter - 136,000 bells (suggested by aneki female villager) ...Fire Hydrant - 32,600 bells ...Traffic Light - 82,000 bells (suggested by Jock male villager) ...Signboard - 40,000 bells ...Face Board - 50,000 bells ...Exclamation Point Sign - 43,500 bells (suggested by any villager) ...No Entry Sign - 43,500 bells ...Yield Sign - 43,500 bells (suggested by any villager) ...Revolving Art - 265,000 bells (suggested by kiza male villager) ...Pass Through Art - 265,000 bells (suggested by Peppy female villager) ...Sit Upon Art - 265,000 bells (suggested by kiza male villager) ...Heart Illumination - 136,000 bells (suggested by Peppy female villager) ...Illumination Arch - 148,000 bells (suggested by Snooty female villager) ...Illumination Clock - 146,000 bells (suggested by Peppy female villager) ...Illumination Tower - 128,000 bells (suggested by Peppy female villager) ...Stadium Lights - 236,000 bells (suggested by Jock male villager) ...Jumbo Monitor - 284,000 bells (suggested by Jock male villager) ...Oil Excavator - 298,000 bells (suggested by Cranky male villager) ...Parabola Antenna - 148,000 bells (suggested by kiza male villager) ...Solar Panels - 126,000 bells (suggested by Jock male villager) ...Wind Power Generator - 156,000 bells (suggested by any villager) ...Windmill - 372,000 bells (suggested by aneki female villager) ...Lighthouse - 372,000 bells (suggested by any villager) ...Tower - 726,000 bells (suggested by Snooty female villager) ...Stonehenge - 698,000 bells (suggested by kiza male villager) ...Totem Pole - 538,000 bells (suggested by kiza male villager) ...Moai Statue - 538,000 bells (suggested by kiza male villager) ...Pyramid - 698,000 bells (suggested by kiza male villager) ...Sphinx - 698,000 bells (suggested by kiza male villager) ...Round Topiary - 93,000 bells (Grass Day) ...Square Topiary - 93,000 bells (Grass Day) ...Tulip Topiary - 93,000 bells (Grass Day) ...Flower Clock - 87,000 bells (triggered by "perfect" status) Only one project can be undertaken at any time. The project must be completed before you can choose another one. Speak to the construction gyroid to contribute funds for the project. Find the construction gyroid inside the Station for projects in the [???] Shoutengai (or Shopping District). Don't forget to go to the Chair after a Public Work is finished to usually trigger a dedication ceremony. The cost to demolish a Public Work is 10% of the erection cost. The following Public Works cannot be demolished, so if you build them, be sure about your choice and their location: ...Reset Surveillance Center ...Cafe ...Police Station (Modern or Classic) ...Campground You can build a maximum of 30 Public Works, not counting the following: ...Police Station ...Cafe ...Reset Surveillance Center ...Dream Mansion ...Museum Reconstruction ...Fortune-Telling Mansion ...Station Renovations ...Town Hall Renovations Even after your town has reached the maximum, you can still do any of the above list of "not counting" Public Works, including Station Renovations and Town Hall Renovations. You can choose one of four town Ordinances: 1) Keep Your Town Beautiful ...a. Cockroaches do not appear ...b. Garbage (e.g., Empty Cans, Boots, Old Tires) does not appear ...c. Weeds rarely appear ...d. Flowers do not wilt 2) Early Bird ...a. R. Parkers opens earlier (at 6am) ...b. [Nookling Junction] Mametsubu Shouten opens earlier (at 6am) ...c. [???] Conbini Mametsubu opens earlier (at 6am) ...d. [???] Super Mametsubu opens earlier (at 6am) ...e. [???] Home Center Mametsubu opens earlier (at 6am) ...f. [???] Mametsubu Depart opens earlier (at 6am) ...g. Able Sisters opens earlier (at 7am) ...h. [Nook's Homes] Tanuki Housing opens earlier (at 7am) ...i. [Crazy Redd's] Tsunekichi's {Yeo-uk's} tent opens earlier (at 7am) ...j. [Katrina's] Hackemy's {Machurilla's} tent opens earlier (at 6am) ...k. [???] Engei ten or Garden Center opens earlier (at 7am) ...l. [???] Shoe Shank opens earlier (at 7am) ...m. [Club 101] Club 444 opens earlier (at 10am) ...n. [Shampoodle] Speedy opens earlier (at 7am) ...o. [???] Fortune-Telling Mansion opens earlier (at 6am) ...p. [Reset Surveillance Center] Reset Monitoring Center opens earlier (at 7pm ...q. [Lazy] bonyari male villagers awaken earlier (at 7:30am) ...r. [Jock] hakihaki male villagers awaken earlier (at 6am) ...s. [???] kiza male villagers awaken earlier (at 7am) ...t. [Cranky] kowai male villagers awaken earlier (at 8am) ...u. [Normal] futsuu female villagers awaken earlier (at 5am) ...v. [Peppy] genki female villagers awaken earlier (at 7am) ...w. [Snooty] otona female villagers awaken earlier (at 8am) ...x. [???] aneki female villagers awaken earlier (at 8:30am) 3) Night Owl ...a. R. Parkers closes later (at 2am) ...b. [Nookling Junction] Mametsubu Shouten closes later (at Midnight) ...c. [???] Conbini Mametsubu closes later (at 5am) ...d. [???] Super Mametsubu closes later (at Midnight) ...e. [???] Home Center Mametsubu closes later (at 3am) ...f. [???] Mametsubu Depart closes later (at Midnight) ...g. Able Sisters closes later (at Midnight) ...h. [Nook's Homes] Tanuki Housing closes later (at Midnight) ...i. [Crazy Redd's] Tsunekichi's {Yeo-uk's} tent closes later (at 4am) ...j. [Katrina's] Hackemy's {Machurilla's} tent closes later (at 11pm) ...k. [???] Engei ten or Garden Center closes later (at 11pm) ...l. [???] Shoe Shank closes later (at 11pm) ...m. [Club 101] Club 444 closes later (at 5am) ...n. [Shampoodle] Speedy closes later (at 11pm) ...o. [???] Fortune-Telling Mansion closes later (at 11pm) ...p. [Reset Surveillance Center] Reset Monitoring Center closes later (at 2am) ...q. [Lazy] bonyari male villagers go to bed later (at 2am) ...r. [Jock] hakihaki male villagers go to bed later (at 2:30am) ...s. [???] kiza male villagers go to bed later (at 3:30am) ...t. [Cranky] kowai male villagers go to bed later (at 6am) ...u. [Normal] futsuu female villagers go to bed later (at 2am) ...v. [Peppy] genki female villagers go to bed later (at 3am) ...w. [Snooty] otona female villagers go to bed later (at 4am) ...x. [???] aneki female villagers go to bed later (at 5:30am) 4) Bell Boom ...a. Items for sale cost 20% more ...b. Items (but not Turnips) sell at R. Parkers for 20% more ...c. Initial Recycling values at R. Parkers are doubled ...d. Tour Medal rewards are 20% higher ...e. Island items sell for 20% more Medals  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 20) KOTOBUKI LAND ****************************************************************************** Pay your 39,800-bell mortgage to trigger access to Resort Island.  (Back to Top) [Tortimer] Kotobuki {Gobuk}, sporting tropical wear, will appear "under the spotlight" in the "dark room" as you load your game. That day, speak to him at the Wharf. The following day, you can travel to Resort Island! At the Wharf, speak to [Kapp'n] Kappei {Gapdol} to go to Resort Island. The trip costs 1,000 bells, and [Kapp'n] Kappei {Gapdol} will serenade you during the voyage. When he starts to sing, you can tap the "A" or "B" buttons or the touch screen to speed the voyage. If multiple players are making the trip, [Kapp'n] Kappei {Gapdol} will ask if you want to listen to his serenade. You cannot carry items in your pockets/inventory with you on the trip. The game automatically restores the items into your pockets when you return to your town. Use the [???] Ohikitori BOX (or Leaving Box) to transfer items from the Resort Island back to town. Basically, place items into the BOX on the island, then retrieve items from the BOX on the Wharf. The [???] Ohikitori BOX holds 40 items. You cannot save while on Resort Island. Behind the desk, find [???] Kuko {Gapsun}, who conducts tours (mini-games). 1) Do you want to charter a ship for a tour? ...a. Go on tour! ......i. Which tour do you want? .........1. Select tour ............a. Is this the one you want? ...............i. Yes ...............ii. Never mind ...b. Return to town ...c. Never mind Tours involve a timed mini-game in a randomly-generated town or larger island. Sit on a chair to start the tour. You usually cannot have items in your pockets/inventory when you start a tour. If you have items in your pockets when you start a tour, they will automatically be sold to [???] Kuku {Kkomi} with the proceeds automatically deposited into your Savings account. At the end of a mini-game, if you met the minimum requirement of the particular mini-game, you usually receive an amount of "island money" or medals. You can use the medals to purchase items. Also, you sometimes can take items, like fruit or flowers, with you back from your tour. During some mini-games, you can borrow tools, like a Net or Fishing Rod, from the gyroid. This is a way to get more summer insects and to get summer freshwater fish for your Museum. [???] Geko {Gwinyeo} sells items for medals. Items sold on Resort Island are not available for sale in the [???] Shoutengai (Shopping District) and cannot be ordered from your catalog. Any purchased items will automatically be put in the [???] Ohikitori BOX. Purchase a Marine Suit here so you can swim back in your town. Here is the list of items available for sale and their prices in medals: ...[???] airando kicchin or Island Kitchen - 30 (rare) ...[Life Ring] ukiwa - 20 ...[???] kabekake no ukiwa or Wall Life Ring - 25 ...[???] sanshin or Sanshin - 40 (rare) ...[Wave Breaker] shouha burokku - 35 ...[Diver Dan] sensuifuku or Diving Suit - 60 ...[Treasure Chest] takara bako - 150 (rare) ...[Beach Table] parasoru tsuki teburu - 30 (rare) ...[Beach Chair] bichi beddo - 35 (rare) ...[???] mameido na kurozetto or Mermaid Closet - 40 ...[???] mameido na sherufu or Mermaid Shelf - 40 ...[???] mameido na sukurin or Mermaid Screen - 40 ...[???] mameido na sofa or Mermaid Sofa - 40 ...[???] mameido na chea or Mermaid Chair - 40 ...[???] mameido na chesuto or Mermaid Chest - 40 ...[???] mameido na teburu or Mermaid Table - 40 ...[???] mameido na tokei or Mermaid Clock - 40 ...[???] mameido na doressa or Mermaid Vanity - 40 ...[???] mameido na beddo or Mermaid Bed - 40 ...[???] mameido na ranpu or Mermaid Lamp - 40 ...[Cabana Chair] rizoto na isu or Resort Chair - 40 ...[???] rizoto na kabekake rajio or Cabana Wall Radio - 40 ...[Cabana Wardrobe] rizoto na kurozetto - 40 ...[Cabana Screen] rizoto na sukurin - 40 ...[Cabana Armchair] rizoto na sofa - 40 ...[Cabana Dresser] rizoto na tansu - 40 ...[Cabana Table] rizoto na teburu - 40 ...[Cabana Vanity] rizoto na doressa - 40 ...[Cabana Bed] rizoto na beddo - 40 ...[Cabana Bookcase] rizoto na rakku - 40 ...[Cabana Lamp] rizoto na ranpu - 40 ...[???] mameido na kabe or Mermaid Wall - 40 ...[Tropical Vista] minami no umi na kabe - 100 (rare) ...[Cabana Wall] rizoto na kabe - 40 (rare) ...[???] mameido na yuka or Mermaid Floor - 40 ...[Tropical Floor] minami no shima na yuka - 100 (rare) ...[Cabana Flooring] rizoto na yuka - 40 (rare) ...[Blue Aloha Shirt] ao no aroha - 15 ...[Red Aloha Shirt] aka no aroha - 15 ...[Kappa Suit] kappa sutsu - 20 (rare) ...[Flowery Shirt] hanagara no aroha - 15 (rare) ...[???] aroha pantsu or Aloha Pants - 15 ...[???] kappa no zubon or Kappa Pants - 15 (rare) ...[Pirate's Hat] kaizoku no boushi - 15 ...[Kappa Cap] kappa no osara - 20 (rare) ...[Captain's Hat] kyaputen no boushi - 15 ...[Sailor's Hat] funanori no boushi - 15 ...[Straw Hat] mugiwara boushi - 15 ...[Snorkel Mask] shunokeru - 20 ...[???] bichi sandoru or Beach Sandals - 20 (rare) ...[Silver Axe] gin no ono - 8 (rare) ...[???] pikopiko hanma or Blip Blop Hammer - 10 (rare) ...[???] kuroi marin sutsu or Black Marine Suit - 40 ...[???] pinku marin sutsu or Pink Marine Suit - 40 (rare) ...[???] midori no marin sutsu or Green Marine Suit - 40 ...[???] orenji marin sutsu or Orange Marine Suit - 40 (rare) ...[???] akai haibisukasu no nae or Red Hibiscus Seedling - 5 ...[???] kiiro haibisukasu no nae or Yellow Hibiscus Seedling - 5 [???] Kuku {Kkomi} will buy seashells, fruit, insects, fish, and seafood from you, but will pay only 5% of what you could get by selling at R. Parkers. The Resort Island conveniently provides an [ABD] ATM for your use. Outside, find a couple tropical fruit trees bearing Lemons, Durians, Litchis, or Mangoes. Also, find palm trees bearing Coconuts or Bananas. You can harvest the fruit to sell or plant back in town. You can catch summer ocean fish and summer insects. Speak to the [Gyroid] Haniwakun {To-yonggun} to borrow tools: 1) Tools ...a. I want to borrow! ...b. Teach how to use ......i. Which? .........1. Rental Marine Suit .........2. Rental Fishing Rod .........3. Rental Net .........4. Rental Axe .........5. Rental Shovel .........6. Never mind ...c. Never mind Evenings after 5pm are a good time to catch lucrative palm beetles and sharks. The following insect and three fish are available only on Resort Island: ...[???] yakodari or Hermit Crab ...[???] hanahigeutsubo or Mustache Eel ...[???] rouninaji or Giant Trevally ...[???] jinbeezame or Whale Shark You can use the [???] Marine Suit to dive for [???] uminosachi (or seafood). Go to the edge of the water and press the "A" button in order to enter the water. Press the "A" button to swim on the surface. Look for dark spots on the ocean floor that produce bubbles on the surface. Go to the bubbles and press the "Y" button to dive underwater. While underwater you have a limited amount of time to move your player to the dark spot. Press the "Y" button to return to the surface. Watch out for Jellyfish! The following three seafood are available only near Resort Island: ...[???] chinanago or Conger Eel ...[???] oumugai or Chambered Nautilus ...[???] daiou gusoku mushi or Giant Isopod Sometimes on sale for 50 medals is entry to [???] Club Kotobuki. [???] Club Kotobuki is an online Resort Island where you can meet other players through random matching. The following items are available for sale only through [???] Club Kotobuki: ...[Ukulele] ukurere - 30 ...[Chocolates] omiyage chokoreto - 20 ...[???] shi gurobu or Sea Globe - 20 ...[???] jaguji or Jacuzzi - 70 ...[Sand Castle] suna no shiro - 46 ...[Bottled Ship] botoru shippu - 60 ...[???] mumu or Muumuu - 15 ...[???] haibisukasu no kamikazari or Hibiscus Flower - 20 ...[???] boda marin sutsu or Striped Marine Suit - 40 ...[???] akai marin sutsu or Red Marine Suit - 40 ...[???] shiroi marin sutsu or White Marine Suit - 40 ...[???] aoi marin sutsu or Blue Marine Suit - 40  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 21) TOURS ****************************************************************************** Tours, or timed mini-games, are classified as One Star, Two Star, or Three Star depending on their difficulty. One Star games are easiest; Three Star games are most difficult. When you first arrive on Resort Island, you can choose from four, randomly selected One Star tours. After you earn 50 medals from playing mini-games, four randomly selected Two Star tours will be added to your list of choices. Finally, after you earn 120 medals, four randomly selected Three Star tours will be added. Then, each day, twelve randomly selected tours will appear on your list of choices. Each tour has a specified time limit ranging from three to ten minutes. Each tour has four levels of winning: Gold (for maximum medals), Silver, Bronze, and Clear (a minimum amount of accomplishment for the minimum amount of medals). If you want to "stock up" on medals, the author suggests you look for the following three tours to play: [???] maguro ipponzuri or Tuna Fishing - catch only 8 Tuna to earn 20 medals [???] nangoku no kyodai tonbo hakken or Southern Countries Huge Dragonfly Discovery - catch 10 Banded Dragonflies and/or Giant Petaltails to earn 20 medals [???] maboroshi no takaashigani hakken or Phantom Giant Spider Crab Discovery - catch 10 Giant Spider Crabs to earn 20 medals When going on tours with additional players, medal rewards are increased (for all finishes: Gold, Silver, Bronze, Clear). The first place (Gold) prize is increased by the following amount of medals: Shark tour Tuna tour Octopus tour Dragonfly tour One Star Two Star Three Star Pro Ore tour Spider Crab tour Two players 2 2 3 4 5 Three players 3 4 6 8 10 Four players 4 6 10 12 15 During most tours, you can pick and keep flowers. During most tours other than Labyrinth, you can harvest and keep fruit. During several non-fishing tours, you can borrow a Rental Rod from the gyroid, then catch and keep fish. During several non-insect-catching tours, you can borrow a Rental Net from the gyroid, then catch and keep insects. During some tours, you can borrow a Marine Suit from the gyroid, then catch and keep seafood. Here are the 64 tours' names, their level of difficulty, their time limit, their description, and their achievement requirements and rewards (Items that can be kept are in parentheses): Hide and Seek: [???] mattari kakurenbo or Laid-Back Hide and Seek - One Star - 5 to 8 minutes - find four villagers - Gold: 3 minutes left for 7 medals; Silver: 2 minutes left for 5 medals; Bronze: 1 minute left for 3 medals; Clear: within time limit for 2 medals (Take insects, fish, seafood, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] minna de kakurenbo or Everybody Hide and Seek - Two Star - 5 to 8 minutes - find four villagers - Gold: 3 minutes left for 9 medals; Silver: 2 minutes left for 6 medals; Bronze: 1 minute left for 4 medals; Clear: within time limit for 3 medals (Take insects, fish, seafood, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] gachinko! kakurenbo or Earnest Hide and Seek - Three Star - 5 to 8 minutes - find four villagers - Gold: 3 minutes left for 13 medals; Silver: 2 minutes left for 8 medals; Bronze: 1 minute left for 6 medals; Clear: within time limit for 4 medals (Take insects, fish, seafood, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) Gardening: [???] gadeningu taiken or Gardening Personal Experience - One Star - 5 minutes - fill the plot with any flowers - Gold: with 1:30 left for 6 medals; Silver: with 1:00 left for 4 medals; Bronze: with 0:30 left for 2 medals; Clear: within time limit for 1 medal (Take insects, fish, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] nangoku no gadeningu or Southern Countries Gardening - Two Star - 5 minutes - fill the plot with flowers of specified color - Gold: with 1:30 left for 8 medals; Silver: with 1:00 left for 5 medals; Bronze: with 0:30 left for 3 medals; Clear within time limit for 2 medals (Take insects, fish, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] miwaku no hanazono gachinko batoru or Flower Garden Attraction Earnest Battle - Three Star- 5 minutes - fill the plot with flowers of the specified color and species - Gold: with 1:30 left for 12 medals; Silver: with 1:00 left for 7 medals; Bronze: with 0:30 left for 5 medals; Clear: within time limit for 3 medals (Take insects, fish, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) Balloon Hunt: [???] fuwafuwa barun hanto or Airy Balloon Hunt - One Star - 5 minutes - shoot balloons (1 point for round; 3 points for bunny) - Gold: 40 points for 6 medals; Silver: 32 points for 4 medals; Bronze: 26 points for 2 medals; Clear: 20 points for 1 medal (Take insects, fish, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] honkakuha, barun hanto or Classical Balloon Hunt - Two Star - 5 minutes - shoot balloons (1 point for round; 3 points for bunny) - Gold: 40 points for 8 medals; Silver: 32 points for 5 medals; Bronze: 26 points for 3 medals; Clear: 20 points for 2 medals (Take insects, fish, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] gachinko! barun hanto or Earnest Balloon Hunt - Three Star - 5 minutes - shoot balloons (1 point for round; 3 points for bunny) - Gold: 40 points for 12 medals; Silver: 32 points for 7 medals; Bronze: 26 points for 5 medals; Clear: 20 points for 3 medals (Take insects, fish, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) Memory or Matching: [???] otameshi han aitemu awase or Trial Version Matching - One Star - 5 minutes - dig up 6 pairs of matching items - Gold: with 1:30 left for 6 medals; Silver: with 1:00 left for 4 medals; Bronze: with 0:30 left for 2 medals; Clear: within time limit for 1 medal (Take nothing.) [???] koko hore! aitemu awase or Dig Here! Matching - Two Star - 5 minutes - dig up 8 pairs of matching items - Gold: with 1:30 left for 8 medals; Silver: with 1:00 left for 5 medals; Bronze: with 0:30 left for 3 medals; Clear: within time limit for 2 medals (Take nothing.) [???] sai nankan! aitemu awase or Extreme Barrier! Matching - Three Star - 5 minutes - dig up 10 pairs of matching items - Gold: with 1:30 left for 12 medals; Silver: with 1:00 left for 7 medals; Bronze: with 0:30 left for 5 medals; Clear: within time limit for 3 medals (Take nothing.) Hammer: [???] waiwai! hanma de asobou or Noisily! Hammer Play - One Star - 3 minutes - hit acorn lawn mower with Blip Blop Hammer - Gold: 60 hits for 6 medals; Silver: 48 hits for 4 medals; Bronze: 39 hits for 2 medals; Clear: 30 hits for 1 medal (Take nothing.) [???] choppiri honki! hanma or Wee Bit Serious! Hammer - Two Star - 3 minutes - hit acorn lawn mower with Blip Blop Hammer - Gold: 60 hits for 8 medals; Silver: 48 hits for 5 medals; Bronze: 39 hits for 3 medals; Clear: 30 hits for 2 medals (Take nothing.) [???] shinken! hanma de gachi batoru or Serious! Hammer Earnest Battle - Three Star - 3 minutes - hit acorn lawn mower with Blip Blop Hammer - Gold: 60 hits for 12 medals; Silver: 48 hits for 7 medals; 39 hits for 5 medals; Clear: 30 hits for 3 medals (Take nothing.) Labyrinth: [???] nukedase! nangoku no rabirinsu or ???! Southern Countries Labyrinth - One Star - 5 minutes - find 5 pieces of specified fruit - Gold: with 1:30 left for 6 medals; Silver: with 1:00 left for 4 medals; Bronze: with 0:30 left for 2 medals; Clear: within time limit for 1 medal (Take insects (locusts, grasshoppers) if you wish.) [???] honkakuteki! nangoku no rabirinsu or Full-Scale! Southern Countries Labyrinth - Two Star - 5 minutes - find 3 pieces each of 2 fruits - Gold: with 1:30 left for 8 medals; Silver: with 1:00 left for 5 medals; Bronze: with 0:30 left for 3 medals; Clear: within time limit for 2 medals (Take insects (locusts, grasshoppers) if you wish.) [???] nangoku no meikyuu! sabaibaru or Southern Countries Mystery! Survival - Three Star - 5 minutes - find 3 pieces each of 3 fruits - Gold: with 1:30 left for 12 medals; Silver: with 1:00 left for 7 medals; Bronze: with 0:30 left for 5 medals; Clear: within time limit for 3 medals (Take insects (locusts, grasshoppers) if you wish.) Ore Excavation: [???] otegaru! kouseki hakkutsu taiken or Easy! Ore Excavation Personal Experience - One Star - 4 minutes - break rocks for ores (1 point each; mystery ore worth 3 points each) - Gold: 24 points for 6 medals; Silver: 20 points for 4 medals; Bronze: 16 point for 2 medals; Clear: 12 points for 1 medal (Take insects, fish, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] kin gin zaihou! kouseki hakkutsu or Gold Silver Treasure! Ore Excavation - Two Star - 4 minutes - break rocks for ores (1 point each; mystery ore worth 3 points each) - Gold: 32 points for 8 medals; Silver: 26 points for 5 medals; Bronze: 21 points for 3 medals; Clear: 16 points for 2 medals (Take insects, fish, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] puro motomu! kouseki hakkutsu or Pro Seek! Ore Excavation - Three Star - 4 minutes - break rocks for ores (1 point each; mystery ore worth 3 points each) - Gold: 40 points for 15 medals; Silver: 32 points for 12 medals; Bronze: 26 points for 7 medals; Clear: 20 points for 4 medals (Take insects, fish, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) Fossil Excavation: [???] kaseki hakkutsu taiken or Fossil Excavation Personal Experience - One Star - 10 minutes - dig up 2 fossils and arrange in house to match display house - Gold: with 2:00 left for 7 medals; Silver: with 1:20 left for 5 medals; Bronze: with 0:40 left for 3 medals; Clear: within time limit for 2 medals (Take insects, fish, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] honkakuha kaseki hakkutsu or Classical Fossil Excavation - Two Star - 10 minutes - dig up 3 fossils and arrange in house to match display house - Gold: with 2:00 left for 9 medals; Silver: with 1:20 left for 6 medals; Bronze: with 0:40 left for 4 medals; Clear: within time limit for 3 medals (Take insects, fish, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] kurouto kangei, kaseki hakkutsu chousa or Expert Welcome, Fossil Excavation Survey - Three Star - 10 minutes - dig up 4 fossils and arrange in house to match display house - Gold: with 2:00 left for 13 medals; Silver: with 1:20 left for 8 medals; Bronze: with 0:40 left for 5 medals; Clear: within time limit for 4 medals (Take insects, fish, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) Borrowed Thing Contest: [???] wakuwaku (musical note) karimono kyousou or Excitedly Borrowed Thing Contest - One Star - 6 minutes - bring exactly 3 items on list to [Tortimer] Kotobuki - Gold: with 2:00 left for 9 medals; Silver: with 1:20 left for 6 medals; Bronze: with 0:40 left for 4 medals; Clear: within time limit for 3 medals (Take insects, fish, seafood, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] dokokana? karimono kyousou or Where, I wonder? Borrowed Thing Contest - Two Star - 6 minutes - bring exactly 3 items on list to [Tortimer] Kotobuki - Gold: with 2:00 left for 13 medals; Silver: with 1:20 left for 8 medals; Bronze: with 0:40 left for 6 medals; Clear: within time limit for 4 medals (Take insects, fish, seafood, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] gachinko! karimono kyousou or Earnest! Borrowed Thing Contest - Three Star - 6 minutes - bring exactly 3 items on list to [Tortimer] Kotobuki - Gold: with 2:00 left for 16 medals; Silver: with 1:20 left for 13 medals; Bronze: with 0:40 left for 8 medals; Clear: within time limit for 5 medals (Take insects, fish, seafood, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) Fishing: [???] nangoku fisshingu taiken or Southern Countries Fishing Personal Experience - One Star - 6 minutes - catch any fish - Gold: 6 fish for 6 medals; Silver: 5 fish for 4 medals; Bronze: 4 fish for 2 medals; Clear: 3 fish for 1 medal (Take non-palm fruit and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] naga-io sakana tsuri houdai or Long Fish Catch As Much As You Like - One Star - 6 minutes - catch Eel, Mustache Eel, Moray Eel, Oarfish - Gold: 6 fish for 6 medals; Silver: 5 fish for 4 medals; Bronze: 4 fish for 2 medals; Clear: 3 fish for 1 medal (Take non-palm fruit and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] tennen toropikaru fisshingu or Nature Tropical Fishing - One Star - 6 minutes - catch Guppy, Angelfish, Neon Tetra, Clownfish, Surgeonfish, Butterflyfish, Napoleonfish - Gold: 6 fish for 6 medals; Silver: 5 fish for 4 medals; Bronze: 4 fish for 2 medals; Clear: 3 fish for 1 medal (Take non-palm fruit and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] honkakuha nangoku fisshingu or Classical Southern Countries Fishing - Two Star - 6 minutes - catch any fish - Gold: 6 fish for 8 medals; Silver: 5 fish for 5 medals; Bronze: 4 fish for 3 medals; Clear: 3 fish for 2 medals (Take non-palm fruit and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] zenbu de oikura? taishuugyo tsuri or How Much in Total? Cheap Fish Fishing - Two Star - 6 minutes - catch any fish - Gold: 20,000 bells for 8 medals; Silver: 16,000 bells for 5 medals; Bronze: 13,000 bells for 3 medals; Clear: 10,000 bells for 2 medals (Take non-palm fruit and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] kodaigyo ni deau tabi or Ancient Times Fish Meeting Trip - Two Star - 6 minutes - catch Arowana, Arapaima, Saddled Bichir, Coelacanth - Gold: 6 fish for 8 medals; Silver: 5 fish for 5 medals; Bronze: 4 fish for 3 medals; Clear: 3 fish for 2 medals (Take non-palm fruit and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] denjarasu fisshingu or Dangerous Fishing - Two Star - 6 minutes - catch Piranha, Zebra Turkeyfish, Moray Eel, Ray, Shark - Gold: 6 fish for 8 medals; Silver: 5 fish for 5 medals; Bronze: 4 fish for 3 medals; Clear: 3 fish for 2 medals (Take non-palm fruit and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] puro gentei honki no tsuri or Pro Limit Serious Fishing - Three Star - 6 minutes - catch any fish - Gold: 8 fish for 12 medals; Silver: 7 fish for 7 medals; Bronze: 6 fish for 5 medals; Clear: 4 fish for 3 medals (Take non-palm fruit and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] zenbu de oikura? koukyuugyo tsuri or How Much in Total? High Class Fish Fishing - Three Star - 6 minutes - catch any fish - Gold: 40,000 bells for 12 medals; Silver: 32,000 bells for 7 medals; Bronze: 26,000 bells for 5 medals; Clear: 20,000 bells for 3 medals (Take non-palm fruit and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] suriru manten! same to kakutou or Thrill Perfect Score! Shark Grappling - Three Star - 6 minutes - catch Hammerhead Shark, Shark, Saw Shark, Whale Shark - Gold: 8 fish for 15 medals; Silver: 7 fish for 12 medals; Bronze: 6 fish for 7 medals; Clear: 4 fish for 4 medals (Take palm fruit, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] maguro ipponzuri or Tuna Fishing - Three Star - 6 minutes - catch Tuna - Gold: 8 fish for 20 medals; Silver: 7 fish for 14 medals; Bronze: 6 fish for 10 medals; Clear: 4 fish for 5 medals (Take palm fruit, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) Insect Catching: [???] shoshinsha OK! nangoku no mushitori or Beginner OK! Southern Countries Insect Catching - One Star - 5 minutes - catch any insect - Gold: 6 insects for 6 medals; Silver: 5 insects for 4 medals; Bronze: 4 insects for 2 medals; Clear: 3 insects for 1 medal (Take non-palm fruit and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] nangoku no choucho hakken or Southern Countries Butterfly Discovery - One Star - 5 minutes - catch butterflies - Gold: 6 insects for 6 medals; Silver: 5 insects for 4 medals; Bronze: 4 insects for 2 medals; Clear: 3 insects for 1 medal (Take non-palm fruit and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] nangoku no kouchuu wocchingu or Southern Countries Beetle Watching - One Star - 5 minutes - catch Miyama Stag, Saw Stag Beetle, Giant Beetle, Rainbow Stag, Cyclommatus, Golden Stag, Dynastid Beetle, Atlas Beetle, Elephant Beetle, Hercules Beetle, Goliath Beetle - Gold: 6 insects for 6 medals; Silver: 5 insects for 4 medals; Bronze: 4 insects for 2 medals; Clear: 3 insects for 1 medal (Take palm fruit, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] toropikaru (musical note) tonbo hakken or Tropical Dragonfly Discovery - One Star - 5 minutes - catch dragonflies - Gold: 6 insects for 6 medals; Silver: 5 insects for 4 medals; Bronze: 4 insects for 2 medals; Clear: 3 insects for 1 medal (Take non-palm fruit and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] nangoku mushitori houdai or Southern Countries Insect Catching As Much As You Like - Two Star - 5 minutes - catch any insect - Gold: 8 insects for 8 medals; Silver: 7 insects for 5 medals; Bronze: 6 insects for 3 medals; Clear: 4 insects for 2 medals (Take non-palm fruit and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] oikura? yaya koukyuu mushitori or How Much? Slightly High Class Insect Catching - Two Star - 5 minutes - catch any insect - Gold: 20,000 bells for 8 medals; Silver: 16,000 bells for 5 medals; Bronze: 13,000 bells for 3 medals; Clear: 10,000 bells for 2 medals (Take non-palm fruit and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] aki no mushi ni deau tabi or Autumn Insect Meeting Trip - Two Star - 5 minutes - catch any insect - Gold: 8 insects for 8 medals; Silver: 7 insects for 5 medals; Bronze: 6 insects for 3 medals; Clear: 4 insects for 2 medals (Take non-palm fruit and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] natsu no fuubutsushi! semi tori or Summer Reminders! Cicada Catching - Two Star - 5 minutes - catch cicadas - Gold: 8 insects for 8 medals; Silver: 7 insects for 5 medals; Bronze: 6 insects for 3 medals; Clear: 4 insects for 2 medals (Take palm fruit, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] battabatta tori masse! or Locust Catching Last Days! - Two Star - 5 minutes - catch Long Locust, Migratory Locust - Gold: 8 insects for 8 medals; Silver: 7 insects for 5 medals; Bronze: 6 insects for 3 medals; Clear: 4 insects for 2 medals (Take non-palm fruit and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] kurouto gentei! mushitori batoru or Expert Limit! Insect Catching Battle - Three Star - 5 minutes - catch any insect - Gold: 10 insects for 12 medals; Silver: 8 insects for 7 medals; Bronze: 7 insects for 5 medals; Clear: 5 insects for 3 medals (Take non-palm fruit and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] oikura? choukou kyuu mushitori or How Much? Ultra Class Insect Catching - Three Star - 5 minutes - catch any insect - Gold: 40,000 bells for 12 medals; Silver: 36,000 bells for 7 medals; Bronze: 26,000 bells for 5 medals; Clear: 20,000 bells for 3 medals (Take palm fruit, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] nouryou hotaru gari or Cool Evening Firefly ??? - Three Star - 5 minutes - catch Firefly - Gold: 10 insects for 12 medals; Silver: 8 insects for 7 medals; Bronze: 7 insects for 5 medals; Clear: 5 insects for 3 medals (Take non-palm fruit and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] mushitachi to kakurenbo or Insects Hide and Seek - Three Star - 7 minutes - catch Mole Cricket, Walkingstick, Pillbug, Centipede - Gold: 10 insects for 15 medals; Silver: 8 insects for 12 medals; Bronze: 7 insects for 7 medals; Clear: 5 insects for 4 medals (Take non-palm fruit and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] nangoku no kyodai tonbo hakken or Southern Countries Huge Dragonfly Discovery - Three Star - 7 minutes - catch Banded Dragonfly, Giant Petaltail - Gold: 10 insects for 20 medals; Silver: 8 insects for 14 medals; Bronze: 7 insects for 10 medals; Clear: 5 insects for 5 medals (Take non-palm fruit and/or flowers if you wish.) Seafood Diving: [???] shoshinsha mo anshin! sumoguri taiken or Beginner Relief! Skin Diving Personal Experience - One Star - 5 minutes - catch any seafood - Gold: 6 seafood for 6 medals; Silver: 5 seafood for 4 medals; Bronze: 4 seafood for 2 medals; Clear: 3 seafood for 1 medal (Take palm fruit, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] sumoguri! kai tori houdai or Skin Diving! Shell Catching As Much As You Like - One Star - 5 minutes - catch Oyster, Turban Shell, Abalone, Ear Shell, Clam, Pearl Oyster, Scallop - Gold: 6 seafood for 6 medals; Silver: 5 seafood for 4 medals; Bronze: 4 seafood for 2 medals; Clear: 3 seafood for 1 medal (Take palm fruit, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] sumoguri! kanikani tori houdai or Skin Diving! Crab Catching As Much As You Like - One Star - 5 minutes - catch Snow Crab, Hair Crab, Red King Crab, Giant Spider Crab - Gold: 6 seafood for 6 medals; Silver: 5 seafood for 4 medals; Bronze: 4 seafood for 2 medals; Clear: 3 seafood for 1 medal (Take palm fruit, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] uminosachi, tori houdai! sumoguri or Seafood, Catching As Much As You Like! Skin Diving - Two Star - 5 minutes - catch any seafood - Gold: 8 seafood for 8 medals; Silver: 7 seafood for 5 medals; Bronze: 6 seafood for 3 medals; Clear: 4 seafood for 2 medals (Take palm fruit, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] oneuchi! uminosachi getto or Worth! Seafood Get - Two Star - 5 minutes - catch any seafood - Gold: 10,000 bells for 8 medals; Silver: 8,000 bells for 5 medals; Bronze: 6,500 bells for 3 medals; Clear: 5,000 bells for 2 medals (Take palm fruit, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] sumoguri! ebi tori houdai or Skin Diving! Shrimp Catching As Much As You Like - Two Star - 5 minutes - catch Northern Shrimp, Tiger Prawn, Spiny Lobster, Lobster - Gold: 8 seafood for 8 medals; Silver: 7 seafood for 5 medals; Bronze: 6 seafood for 3 medals; Clear: 4 seafood for 2 medals (Take palm fruit, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] sumoguri! koukyuu shokuzai umauma or Skin Diving! High Class Ingredient Successfully - Two Star - 5 minutes - catch Sea Urchin, Abalone, Spiny Lobster, Hair Crab - Gold: 8 seafood for 8 medals; 7 seafood for 5 medals; 6 seafood for 3 medals; 4 seafood for 2 medals (Take palm fruit, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] puro daiba muke! sumoguri or Pro Diver! Skin Diving - Three Star - 5 minutes - catch any seafood - Gold: 10 seafood for 12 medals; Silver: 8 seafood for 7 medals; Bronze: 7 seafood for 5 medals; Clear: 5 seafood for 3 medals (Take palm fruit, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] chou oneuchi! uminosachi getto or Super Worth! Seafood Get - Three Star - 5 minutes - catch any seafood - Gold: 16,000 bells for 12 medals; Silver: 14,000 bells for 7 medals; Bronze: 12,800 bells for 5 medals; Clear: 8,000 bells for 3 medals (Take palm fruit, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] sumoguri! uni tori houdai or Skin Diving! Sea Urchin Catching As Much As You Like - Three Star - 5 minutes - catch Sea Urchin - Gold: 10 seafood for 12 medals; Silver: 8 seafood for 7 medals; Bronze: 7 seafood for 5 medals; Clear: 5 seafood for 3 medals (Take palm fruit, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] sumoguri! tako tori houdai or Skin Diving! Octopus Catching As Much As You Like - Three Star - 5 minutes - catch Octopus - Gold: 10 seafood for 15 medals; Silver: 8 seafood for 12 medals; Bronze: 7 seafood for 7 medals; Clear: 5 seafood for 4 medals (Take palm fruit, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.) [???] maboroshi no takaashigani hakken or Phantom Giant Spider Crab Discovery - Three Star - 8 minutes - catch Giant Spider Crab - Gold: 10 seafood for 20 medals; Silver: 8 seafood for 14 medals; Bronze: 7 seafood for 10 medals; Clear: 5 seafood for 5 medals (Take palm fruit, non-palm fruit, and/or flowers if you wish.)  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 22) ISLAND FAUNA ****************************************************************************** These are the insects, fish, and seafood available to catch outside the Lobby on Resort Island: *********** * Insects * *********** Here are their names, where to catch them, and when to catch them: [Tiger Butterfly]* agehachou - near red and pink flowers - 8am to 5pm [Peacock Butterfly]* karasuageha - near blue, purple and black flowers - 8am to 5pm (best time is 4pm to 5pm) [Monarch Butterfly]* ookabamadara - near flowers - 8am to 5pm [Emperor Butterfly]* morufochou - near flowers - 7pm to 8am (best time is 4am to 8am) [Agrias Butterfly]* miirotateha - near flowers - 8am to 5pm [Birdwing Butterfly]* arekusandoraageha - near flowers - 8am to 4pm [Oak Silk Moth] yamamayuga - on trees - 7pm to 4am (best time is 11pm to 4am) [Long Locust]* shouryoubatta - on ground - 8am to 7pm (best time is 4pm to 5pm) [Migratory Locust]* tonosamabatta - on ground - 8am to 7pm [Mantis]* kamakiri - on flowers - 8am to 5pm [Orchid Mantis]* hanakamakiri - on flowers (more common on white flowers) - 8am to 5pm [Lantern Fly] biwahagoromo - on trees - 4pm to 8am [Snail] katatsumuri - on flowering shrubs, during rain - all day (best time is 7pm to 11pm) [Grasshopper]* kirigirisu - on ground - 8am to 5pm (best time is 4pm to 5pm) [Walkingstick] nanafushi - on trees - 4am to 8am and 5pm to 7pm [Longhorn Beetle]* kamikirimushi - on tree stumps - 11pm to 7pm [???] hanmyou or Tiger Beetle - on ground - 4pm to 11pm [???] funamushi or Wharf Roach - on beach - all day [???]** yadokari or Hermit Crab - on beach - 7pm to 8am [Fruit Beetle] koganemushi - on trees - all day [Scarab Beetle] purachinakogane - on trees - 11pm to 8am [Jewel Beetle] tamamushi - on trees - 8am to 5pm (best time is 4pm to 5pm) [Miyama Stag] miyamakuwagata - on trees - all day [Saw Stag Beetle] nokogirikuwagata - on trees - all day [Giant Beetle] ookuwagata - on trees - 11pm to 8am [Rainbow Stag] nijiirokuwagata - on trees - 5pm to 8am (best time is 7pm to 11pm) [Cyclommatus] hosoakakuwagata - on palm trees - 5pm to 8am (best time is 7pm to 11pm [Golden Stag] ougononikuwagata - on palm trees - 5pm to 8am [Dynastid Beetle] kabutomushi - on trees - 5pm to 8am (best time is 7pm to 11pm) [Atlas Beetle] kokasasuookabuto - on palm trees - 5pm to 8am (best time is 7pm to 11pm) [Elephant Beetle] zoukabuto - on palm trees - 5pm to 8am (best time is 7pm to 11pm) [Hercules Beetle] herakuresuookabuto - on palm trees - 5pm to 8am [Goliath Beetle] goraiasu hanamuguri - on palm trees - 5pm to 8am * These insects do not appear during rain. ** These insects do not appear when the Gate is open. *********** * Fish * *********** Here are their names, their shadow size, and when to catch them: [Sea Horse] tatsunootoshigo - tiny - all day (best time is 4am to 9pm) [Clownfish] kumanomi - tiny - all day [Surgeonfish] nanyouhagi - small - all day [Butterflyfish] chouchouuo - small - all day [Napoleonfish] naporeonfisshu - huge - 4am to 9pm [Zebra Turkeyfish] minokasago - medium - all day [Puffer Fish] harisenbon - medium - all day [Horse Mackerel] aji - small - all day (best time is 9am to 4pm) [Barred Knifejaw] ishidai - medium - all day [Sea Bass] suzuki - very large - all day (best time is 9am to 4pm and 9pm to 4am) [Red Snapper] tai - medium - all day [Olive Flounder] hirame - large - all day [Squid] ika - medium - all day (best time is 9pm to 4am) [Moray Eel] utsubo - very large - all day [???] hanahigeutsubo or Mustache Eel - thin - all day [Blue Marlin] kajiki - huge - all day (best time is 9am to 4pm) [???] rouninaji or Giant Trevally - very large - all day (best time is 9am to 4pm) [Ray] ei - very large - 4am to 9pm [Ocean Sunfish] manbou - huge with fin - 4am to 9pm [Hammerhead Shark] shumokuzame - huge with fin - 4pm to 9am [Shark] same - huge with fin - 4pm to 9am [???] nokogirizame or Saw Shark - huge with fin - 4pm to 9am [???] jinbeezame or Whale Shark - huge with fin - all day *********** * Seafood * *********** Here are their names, their shadow size, and when to catch them: [???] wakame or Seaweed - large; stationary - all day [???] umibudou or Sea Grapes - small; stationary - all day [???] uni or Sea Urchin - small; stationary - all day [???] fujitsubo or Acorn Barnacle - tiny; stationary - all day (best time is 9am to 4pm) [???] awabi or Abalone - medium; uniform movement - 4pm to 9am [???] tokobushi or Ear Shell - small; uniform movement - 4pm to 9am [???] hotate or Scallop - medium; erratic movement - all day [???] isoginchaku or Sea Anemone - medium; stationary - all day (best time is 9am to 4pm) [???] hitode or Starfish - small; uniform movement - all day [???] umiushi or Sea Slug - small; uniform movement - all day (best time is 9am to 4pm) [???] hiramushi or Flatworm - small; uniform movement - 4pm to 9am [???] shako or Mantis Shrimp - small; erratic movement - 4pm to 9am [???] kurumaebi or Tiger Prawn - small; uniform movement - 4pm to 9am [Lobster] robusuta - large; uniform movement - all day [Octopus] tako - medium; erratic movement - all day [???] chinanago or Conger Eel - small; stationary - all day [???] oumugai or Chambered Nautilus - medium; uniform movement - all day [???] daiou gusoku mushi or Giant Isopod - medium; uniform movement - all day  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 23) EVENTS ****************************************************************************** Find camera-ready, holiday-themed face boards at the [Plaza] Hiroba on many holidays! Here is the list of events in Tobidase Doubutsu no Mori: January 1 - [New Year's Day] Gantan or New Year's Day Speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and Midnight to receive an ornament: ...2013: [???] etono okimono mi or Ornament Serpent ...2014: [???] etono okimono uma or Ornament Horse ...2015: [???] etono okimono hitsuji or Ornament Ram ...2016: [???] etono okimono saru or Ornament Monkey ...2017: [???] etono okimono tori or Ornament Bird ...2018: [???] etono okimono inu or Ornament Dog ...2019: [???] etono okimono i or Ornament Boar ...2020: [???] etono okimono ne or Ornament Rat ...2021: [???] etono okimono ushi or Ornament Ox ...2022: [???] etono okimono tora or Ornament Tiger ...2023: [???] etono okimono u or Ornament Hare ...2024: [???] etono okimono tatsu or Ornament Dragon Receive a letter from Mom with 10,000 bells attached. January 16 - Tree leaves turn green. Third Saturday in January - [Fishing Tourney] Tsuri taikai Between 9am and 6pm, bring [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} the largest example of the fish he specifies (Pond Smelt, Horse Mackerel, or Sea Bass) to win. Step into the tent between 6pm and 9pm for the award ceremony. [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} will sell you a Fishing Rod for 500 bells if you don't have one. If the fish you submit sets a new record, [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} will give you a random item, a Fish Wall, a Fish Floor, or something from the Fish Set (either from list A or list B (see below)). JAPAN ONLY: February 1 to 3 - [???] ehoumaki or Sushi Roll and [???] mame or Beans at [???] Mametsubu's NORTH AMERICA ONLY: February 2 - Groundhog Day Speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba to receive the [Resetti Model] Risetto-san no mokei. JAPAN ONLY: February 3 - [Bean Day] Setsubun {Kong-ui Nal} Speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and Midnight to receive either the [Blue Ogre Mask] ao oni no omen or the [Red Ogre Mask] aka oni no omen. Wear your mask and speak to villagers. Second Saturday in February - [Fishing Tourney] Tsuri taikai Between 9am and 6pm, bring [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} the largest example of any fish to win. Step into the tent between 6pm and 9pm for the award ceremony. [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} will sell you a Fishing Rod for 500 bells if you don't have one. If the fish you submit sets a new record, [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} will give you a random item, a Fish Wall, a Fish Floor, or something from the Fish Set (either from list A or list B (see below)). KOREA ONLY: January ? or February ? - [Lunar New Year] Kyuushougatsu {Gujeong} February 10, 2013 February 12, 2021 February 13, 2029 January 31, 2014 February 1, 2022 February 3, 2030 February 19, 2015 January 22, 2023 January 23, 2031 February 8, 2016 February 10, 2024 February 11, 2032 January 28, 2017 January 29, 2025 January 31, 2033 February 16, 2018 February 17, 2026 February 19, 2034 February 5, 2019 February 7, 2027 February 8, 2035 January 25, 2020 January 27, 2028 Speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and Midnight to obtain the [Yut] yunnori setto. One Week Prior to [Festivale] Carnival {Kanibal} - Samba Shirt, Samba Pants, and Samba Dress at Able Sisters. Samba Headdress at Accessory Corner. February ? or March ? - [Festivale] Carnival {Kanibal} February 11, 2013 February 15, 2021 February 12, 2029 March 3, 2014 February 28, 2022 March 4, 2030 February 16, 2015 February 20, 2023 February 24, 2031 February 8, 2016 February 12, 2024 February 9, 2032 February 27, 2017 March 3, 2025 February 28, 2033 February 12, 2018 February 16, 2026 February 20, 2034 March 4, 2019 February 8, 2027 February 5, 2035 February 24, 2020 February 28, 2028 Bring [Pave] Berurina or Bellina {Bereurina} three feathers of the color specified or a single Rainbow Feather to receive items from the [Pave Series] Carnival Series. Obtain blue, red, green, yellow, purple, white, pink, and rainbow feathers by: 1) catching them with your Net 2) playing mini-games with villagers 3) trading feathers with villagers (exchanging colors) February 14 - Valentine's Day Receive a [???] chokoreto keki or Chocolate Cake from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} in the mail. If you have a high-enough friendship level with a villager of the opposite sex, receive a [???] hato no chokoreto or Chocolate Heart. Otherwise, receive Purple Roses or Pink Roses in the mail. Receive a [???] kakao or Cacao, an [Uncommon Shirt] kogecha no nitto (male players), or a [Spring Shirt] hanagara no nitto (female players) from [Mom] Haha. Stop by the Cafe to have hot chocolate instead of coffee. KOREA ONLY: February ? or March ? - [Great Full Moon] Deborumu {Daeboreum} February 24, 2013 February 26, 2021 February 27, 2029 February 14, 2014 February 15, 2022 February 17, 2030 March 5, 2015 February 5, 2023 February 6, 2031 February 22, 2016 February 24, 2024 February 25, 2032 February 11, 2017 February 12, 2025 February 14, 2033 March 2, 2018 March 3, 2026 March 5, 2034 February 19, 2019 February 21, 2027 February 22, 2035 February 8, 2020 February 10, 2028 Speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and Midnight to obtain the [Bureom] buromu. February 25 - Grass turns green. February 25 to November 25 - Rainbows (1pm, 2pm, or 3pm) February 29 - [Leap Day] Uruu hi JAPAN ONLY: March 1 to 3 - Hinaningyo and Blossom Lantern at [???] Mametsubu's JAPAN ONLY: March 1 to 3 - Emperor's Cap and Empress' Tiara Wig at Able Sisters KOREA ONLY: March 2 - [Weeding Day] Kusamushiri no hi {Jipcho Ppopneun Nal} Speak to [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and 7pm to unlock three topiaries in the list of Public Works. Pull 30 weeds in your own town, then speak to [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong} to receive one of the following exclusive items: ...[???] kosumosu no senbuuki or Cosmos Fan ...[???] sumire no sukurin or Violet Screen ...[???] bara no sofa or Rose Sofa ...[???] yuri no rekodo pureya or Lily Record Player Pull 30 weeds in another town, then speak to [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong} there to receive one of the following exclusive items: ...[???] ajisai no beddo or Hydrangea Bed ...[???] suzu ranpu or Jacob's Ladder Lamp ...[???] churippu no chesuto or Tulip Chest ...[???] tsutsuji no sutsuru or Azalea Stool ...[???] haibisukasu no kurokku or Hibiscus Clock ...[Bouquet] hanataba ...[???] panji no teburu or Pansy Table ...[???] himawari no konpo or Sunflower Player JAPAN ONLY: March 3 - [Girl's Day] Hina matsuri {Yeoja-a-i-ui Nal} Speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and Midnight to receive the [Rice Cake] hishimochi. Third Saturday in March - [Fishing Tourney] Tsuri taikai Between 9am and 6pm, bring [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} the largest example of the fish he specifies (Crucian Carp, Loach, or Horse Mackerel) to win. Step into the tent between 6pm and 9pm for the award ceremony. [Chip] Uomasa [Ttungdal] will sell you a Fishing Rod for 500 bells if you don't have one. If the fish you submit sets a new record, [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} will give you a random item, a Fish Wall, a Fish Floor, or something from the Fish Set (either from list A or list B (see below)). NORTH AMERICA AND EUROPE ONLY: March 17 - Shamrock Day Speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and Midnight to receive the Shamrock Hat. EUROPE ONLY (SPANISH, ITALIAN): March 19 - Father's Day Receive a letter from Dad with Red Carnations attached. EUROPE ONLY (ENGLISH): March ? or April ? - Mother's Day March 24, 2013 March 28, 2021 March 25, 2029 April 13, 2014 April 10, 2022 April 14, 2030 March 29, 2015 April 2, 2023 April 6, 2031 March 20, 2016 March 24, 2024 March 21, 2032 April 9, 2017 April 13, 2025 April 10, 2033 March 25, 2018 March 29, 2026 April 2, 2034 April 14, 2019 March 21, 2027 March 18, 2035 April 5, 2020 April 9, 2028 Receive a letter from Mom with Pink Carnations attached. March ? or April ? - [Bunny Day] Easter {Iseuteo} March 31, 2013 April 4, 2021 April 1, 2029 April 20, 2014 April 17, 2022 April 21, 2030 April 5, 2015 April 9, 2023 April 13, 2031 March 27, 2016 March 31, 2024 March 28, 2032 April 16, 2017 April 20, 2025 April 17, 2033 April 1, 2018 April 5, 2026 April 9, 2034 April 21, 2019 March 28, 2027 March 25, 2035 April 12, 2020 April 16, 2028 Speak to [Zipper] Pyontarou {Tobis} or villagers for hints on finding eggs. There are six different eggs, each found in a different way: 1) [???] jimen no tamago or Ground Egg - dig up with a Shovel 2) [???] ki no tamago or Tree Egg - shake a tree 3) [???] iwa no tamago or Rock Egg - shatter a rock with a Shovel 4) [???] soratobu tamago or Fly Egg - shoot balloon with a Slingshot 5) [???] sakana no tamago or Fish Egg - catch in water with a Fishing Rod 6) [???] kaitei no tamago or Undersea Egg - catch in water by diving Give one of each egg to [Zipper] Pyontarou {Tobis} to get an [???] Easter Basket. Eat eggs to obtain Bunny Foil, Large Bunny Foil, or Candy. Give Bunny Foil to [Zipper] Pyontarou {Tobis} to get an item from the Egg Series. Give Large Bunny Foil to [Zipper] Pyontarou {Tobis} to get his photo. April 1 - April Fool's Day {Man-ujeol} [Blanca] Ayashii neko {Ateugo-yang-i} is in the Plaza between 6am and Midnight. Speak to him, and he will disguise himself as your villagers, one at a time. ([Blanca] Ayashii neko {Ateugo-yang-i} won't disguise himself as any villager who has never spoken to your player. So, if you want to get [Blanca's Pic] Ayashii neko no shashin, make sure your player has spoken at least once to each villager in town before first speaking to [Blanca] Ayashii neko {Ateugo-yang-i}.) Speak to the doppelganger villagers and try to identify which is not genuine. Use the information revealed, such as family structure, fondness speech (the phrase on the back of the villager's pic), future dreams, birthday, and sincerity, to make your decision. Offer the [???] kao fuki taoru or Face Towel to the one you believe to be the imposter. If correct, the villager will give you their pic! You can obtain [Blanca's Pic] Ayashii neko no shashin in the mail on the next day if you correctly identified all the imposters in your village. April 1 to 10 - Pink Trees (Symbol Tree and deciduous trees that are non-fruit) KOREA ONLY: April 5 - [Arbor Day] Ueki no hi {Sikmog-il} Speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and Midnight to get the [Hibiscus] mukuge. April 6 - Hint of blue appears in grass, and darker greens are on cedar trees. April 7 to 10 - Cherry Blossoms in Air (no Meteor Showers) Second Saturday in April - [Fishing Tourney] Tsuri taikai Between 9am and 6pm, bring [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} the largest example of any fish to win. Step into the tent between 6pm and 9pm for the award ceremony. [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} will sell you a Fishing Rod for 500 bells if you don't have one. If the fish you submit sets a new record, [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} will give you a random item, a Fish Wall, a Fish Floor, or something from the Fish Set (either from list A or list B (see below)). NORTH AMERICA ONLY: April 22 - [Nature Day] Earth Day Speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and Midnight to receive the [Cool Globe] kakkoii chikyuugi. NORTH AMERICA ONLY: Last Friday in April - [Weeding Day] Kusamushiri no hi or {Jipcho Ppopneun Nal} Speak to [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and 7pm. If all weeds are gone on the day before, [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong} will unlock three topiaries in the list of Public Works. Pull 30 weeds in your own town, then speak to [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong} to receive one of the following exclusive items: ...[???] kosumosu no senbuuki or Cosmos Fan ...[???] sumire no sukurin or Violet Screen ...[???] bara no sofa or Rose Sofa ...[???] yuri no rekodo pureya or Lily Record Player Pull 30 weeds in another town, then speak to [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong} there to receive one of the following exclusive items: ...[???] ajisai no beddo or Hydrangea Bed ...[???] suzu ranpu or Jacob's Ladder Lamp ...[???] churippu no chesuto or Tulip Chest ...[???] tsutsuji no sutsuru or Azalea Stool ...[???] haibisukasu no kurokku or Hibiscus Clock ...[Bouquet] hanataba ...[???] panji no teburu or Pansy Table ...[???] himawari no konpo or Sunflower Player EUROPE ONLY: Last Saturday in April - [Weeding Day] Kusamushiri no hi or {Jipcho Ppopneun Nal} Speak to [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and 7pm. If all weeds are gone on the day before, [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong} will unlock three topiaries in the list of Public Works. Pull 30 weeds in your own town, then speak to [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong} to receive one of the following exclusive items: ...[???] kosumosu no senbuuki or Cosmos Fan ...[???] sumire no sukurin or Violet Screen ...[???] bara no sofa or Rose Sofa ...[???] yuri no rekodo pureya or Lily Record Player Pull 30 weeds in another town, then speak to [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong} there to receive one of the following exclusive items: ...[???] ajisai no beddo or Hydrangea Bed ...[???] suzu ranpu or Jacob's Ladder Lamp ...[???] churippu no chesuto or Tulip Chest ...[???] tsutsuji no sutsuru or Azalea Stool ...[???] haibisukasu no kurokku or Hibiscus Clock ...[Bouquet] hanataba ...[???] panji no teburu or Pansy Table ...[???] himawari no konpo or Sunflower Player JAPAN ONLY: May 1 to 5 - Carp Banner at [???] Mametsubu's May 1 to 23 - ??? Receive a letter from Mom with a Soft Cream Lamp attached. EUROPE ONLY (SPANISH): First Sunday in May - Mother's Day Receive a letter from Mom with Pink Carnations attached. JAPAN ONLY: May 5 - [Boy's Day] Kodomo no hi {Eorin-i Nal} Speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and Midnight to receive the [Newsprint Helmet] shinbunshi no kabuto. KOREA ONLY: May 8 - ??? or Parents' Day {Eobeo-i Nal} Receive a letter from Mom with Pink Carnations attached. JAPAN AND NORTH AMERICA ONLY: Second Sunday in May - Mother's Day Receive a letter from Mom with Pink Carnations attached. EUROPE ONLY (GERMAN, ITALIAN): Second Sunday in May - Mother's Day Receive a letter from Mom with Pink Carnations attached. EUROPE ONLY (GERMAN): May ? - Father's Day May 9, 2013 May 13, 2021 May 10, 2029 May 29, 2014 May 26, 2022 May 30, 2030 May 14, 2015 May 18, 2023 May 22, 2031 May 5, 2016 May 9, 2024 May 6, 2032 May 25, 2017 May 29, 2025 May 26, 2033 May 10, 2018 May 14, 2026 May 18, 2034 May 30, 2019 May 6, 2027 May 3, 2035 May 21, 2020 May 25, 2028 Receive a letter from Dad with Red Carnations attached. KOREA ONLY: May 15 - [Teachers' Day] Sensei no hi {Seuseung-ui Nal} Speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and Midnight to receive a Red Carnation Bag. Third Saturday in May - [Fishing Tourney] Tsuri taikai Between 9am and 6pm, bring [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} the largest example of the fish he specifies (Carp, Black Bass, or Sea Bass) to win. Step into the tent between 6pm and 9pm for the award ceremony. [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} will sell you a Fishing Rod for 500 bells if you don't have one. If the fish you submit sets a new record, [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} will give you a random item, a Fish Wall, a Fish Floor, or something from the Fish Set (either from list A or list B (see below)). EUROPE ONLY (FRENCH): Last Sunday in May - Mother's Day Receive a letter from Mom with Pink Carnations attached. June 16 to July 5 - Rainy Season (no Meteor Showers) Receive a letter from Mom with an umbrella attached. Third Saturday in June - [Bug-Off] Mushitori taikai Between 9am and 6pm, bring [Nat] Kameyama-san {???} the rarest insect, modified by size points (larger or smaller than average) and modified by color/luster points, to win. Step into the tent between 6pm and 9pm for the award ceremony. [Nat] Kameyama-san {???} will sell you a Net for 500 bells if you don't have one. If the insect you submit sets a new record, [Nat] Kameyama-san {???} will give you a random item, a Butterfly Wall, a Ladybug Carpet, or something from the Insect Set (either from list A or list B (see below)). JAPAN AND NORTH AMERICA ONLY: Third Sunday in June - Father's Day Receive a letter from Dad with Red Carnations attached. EUROPE ONLY (ENGLISH, FRENCH): Third Sunday in June - Father's Day Receive a letter from Dad with Red Carnations attached. June 21 or 22 - [???] Geshi or Summer Solstice Speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and Midnight to receive the [Ladder Shades] buraindo sangurasu. JAPAN ONLY: July 7 - [???] Tanabata or Festival of the Weaver Speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and Midnight to receive [Bamboo Grass] tanabata no sasa. July 16 to September 15 - Tanning Season Your player can tan while playing outside at least 15 minutes between 10am and 5pm, if it is not raining (and your player is not carrying an umbrella or wearing an item that prevents tanning). There are seven stages to the tanning, leading to a shade close to that of the darkest fur on [Tom Nook] Tanukichi {Neogul}. The following items prevent tanning: Blue Cap Actress Hat Fencing Mask Blue Ogre Mask Top Hat Frankenstein Mask Red Cap White Cap Racing Helmet Red Ogre Mask White Team Hat Wrestling Mask Red Team Hat Diving Mask Veil Baby's Hat Sombrero Witch's Hat Asian Hat Explorer's Hat Dressing Space Helmet Grandpa Hat Light Blue Cap Football Helmet Tulip Hat Midna's Mask Safety Helmet Tyrolean Hat Green Cap Yellow Pumpkin Head School Commute Hat Straw Hat Elegant Hat King Tut Mask Insect Helmet Lil' Bro's Hat Knight's Helmet Majora's Mask Big Bro's Hat Outback Hat Purple Cap Ghost Helmet Felt Hat Detective Hat Student Cap Blue New Year Hat Ski Mask Pumpkin Head Red New Year Hat Puffy Hat Cool Hat Yellow New Year Hat Motocross Helmet Yellow Cap Green New Year Hat Baseball Helmet Pilot Hat Birthday Hat Hero's Cap Dandy Hat Purple Pumpkin Head Red Pumpkin Head Catcher's Mask Delivery Person Hat Retro Helmet Captain's Hat Leaf Mask Roman Helmet Green Pumpkin Head Samus Mask Work Cap 1-Up Cap Balloon Hat Wario Hat Stagehand Mask Hunter's Cap Gas Mask Cloche Hat Paperboy Cap Cucumber Pack Police Cap Blue Zap Helmet Pack Traditional Hat Green Zap Helmet Clown Mask Lion Dance Helmet Red Zap Helmet Venetian Mask Cavalier Hat Pink Zap Helmet Hockey Mask Fireman's Hat Star Cap Lemon Pack Jockey Helmet Fay Mask All 36 umbrellas Third Saturday in July - ??? Receive a letter from Mom with summer clothing attached. Third Saturday in July - [Bug-Off] Mushitori taikai Between 9am and 6pm, bring [Nat] Kameyama-san {???} the rarest insect, modified by size points (larger or smaller than average) and modified by color/luster points, to win. Step into the tent between 6pm and 9pm for the award ceremony. [Nat] Kameyama-san {???} will sell you a Net for 500 bells if you don't have one. If the insect you submit sets a new record, [Nat] Kameyama-san {???} will give you a random item, a Butterfly Wall, a Ladybug Carpet, or something from the Insect Set (either from list A or list B (see below)). August 1 to 31 - Cumulonimbus (gigantic columns of clouds) They can form between 9am and 3pm. August 1 to 31 - Sparkler, Roman Candle, and [???] oki hanabi or Embers Fireworks at [???] Mametsubu's Every Sunday in August - [Fireworks] Hanabi taikai View fireworks in the sky between 7pm and Midnight. Speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba to obtain one of the following accessories: ...[???] hikaru suta akusesari or Shiny Star ...[???] hikaru hato akusesari or Shiny Heart ...[???] hikaru hana no akusesari or Shiny Flower ...[???] hikaru boru akusesari or Shiny Ball At [Crazy Redd's] Tsunekichi's {Yeo-uk's} stand, buy [???] inari kuji or Fox Lottery Cookies for 500 bells each. Eat the cookie to reveal a Fox Lottery Slip. If the Fox Lottery Slip is a "miss," receive a Sparkler or Roman Candle. If the Fox Lottery Slip is a winner, receive one of the following exclusive items: ...A - [Lovely Phone] uranai terefon ...B - [???] hakoiri figyua or Boxed Figure ...C - [Miniature Car] mini ka ...D - [???] ten birion or Ten Billion Barrel ...E - [???] rabu tesuta or Love Tester ...F - [???] urutora hando or Ultra Hand ...G - [???] urutora kopu or Ultra Cop ...H - [???] urutora mashin or Ultra Machine August 8 - ??? Receive a letter from Mom with [Shave-Ice Maker] kakigooriki attached. JAPAN ONLY: August 15 or 16 - [???] Obon or Buddhist Festival of the Dead Speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and Midnight to get an [Eggplant Cow] nasubi no ushi or a [Cucumber Horse] kyuuri no uma. Third Saturday in August - [Bug-Off] Mushitori taikai Between 9am and 6pm, bring [Nat] Kameyama-san {???} the rarest insect, modified by size points (larger or smaller than average) and modified by color/luster points, to win. Step into the tent between 6pm and 9pm for the award ceremony. [Nat] Kameyama-san {???} will sell you a Net for 500 bells if you don't have one. If the insect you submit sets a new record, [Nat] Kameyama-san {???} will give you a random item, a Butterfly Wall, a Ladybug Carpet, or something from the Insect Set (either from list A or list B (see below)). JAPAN ONLY: September 3 - [Weeding Day] Kusamushiri no hi or {Jipcho Ppopneun Nal} Speak to [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and 7pm. If all weeds are gone on the day before, [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong} will unlock three topiaries in the list of Public Works. Pull 30 weeds in your own town, then speak to [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong} to receive one of the following exclusive items: ...[???] kosumosu no senbuuki or Cosmos Fan ...[???] sumire no sukurin or Violet Screen ...[???] bara no sofa or Rose Sofa ...[???] yuri no rekodo pureya or Lily Record Player Pull 30 weeds in another town, then speak to [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong} there to receive one of the following exclusive items: ...[???] ajisai no beddo or Hydrangea Bed ...[???] suzu ranpu or Jacob's Ladder Lamp ...[???] churippu no chesuto or Tulip Chest ...[???] tsutsuji no sutsuru or Azalea Stool ...[???] haibisukasu no kurokku or Hibiscus Clock ...[Bouquet] hanataba ...[???] panji no teburu or Pansy Table ...[???] himawari no konpo or Sunflower Player NORTH AMERICA ONLY: First Monday in September - [Labor Day] Hatarakimono no hi Speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and Midnight to receive the Picnic Basket. JAPAN ONLY: September ? or October ? - [Autumn Moon] Otsukimi or Moon Viewing September 19, 2013 September 21, 2021 September 22, 2029 September 8, 2014 September 10, 2022 September 12, 2030 September 27, 2015 September 29, 2023 October 1, 2031 September 15, 2016 September 17, 2024 September 19, 2032 October 4, 2017 October 6, 2025 September 6, 2033 September 24, 2018 September 25, 2026 September 27, 2034 September 13, 2019 September 15, 2027 September 16, 2035 October 1, 2020 October 3, 2028 Speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and Midnight to receive [Dango] tsukimi dango. KOREA ONLY: September ? or October ? - [Autumn Moon] Chusoku {Chuseok} September 19, 2013 September 21, 2021 September 22, 2029 September 8, 2014 September 10, 2022 September 12, 2030 September 27, 2015 September 29, 2023 October 1, 2031 September 15, 2016 September 17, 2024 September 19, 2032 October 4, 2017 October 6, 2025 September 6, 2033 September 24, 2018 September 25, 2026 September 27, 2034 September 13, 2019 September 15, 2027 September 16, 2035 October 1, 2020 October 3, 2028 Speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and Midnight to receive [???] sonpyon or Songpyeon. NORTH AMERICA ONLY: September ? or October ? - Autumn Moon September 19, 2013 September 20, 2021 September 22, 2029 September 9, 2014 September 10, 2022 September 11, 2030 September 28, 2015 September 28, 2023 September 30, 2031 September 16, 2016 September 18, 2024 September 19, 2032 October 5, 2017 October 7, 2025 September 9, 2033 September 25, 2018 September 26, 2026 September 28, 2034 September 14, 2019 September 15, 2027 September 17, 2035 October 1, 2020 October 3, 2028 Speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and Midnight to receive the [Wheat Bundle] mugi no taba. EUROPE ONLY: September ? or October ? - Autumn Moon September 19, 2013 September 20, 2021 September 22, 2029 September 9, 2014 September 10, 2022 September 11, 2030 September 28, 2015 September 28, 2023 September 30, 2031 September 16, 2016 September 18, 2024 September 19, 2032 October 5, 2017 October 7, 2025 September 9, 2033 September 25, 2018 September 26, 2026 September 28, 2034 September 14, 2019 September 15, 2027 September 17, 2035 October 1, 2020 October 3, 2028 Speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and Midnight to receive the [Veggie Basket] yasai no basuketto. Third Saturday in September - [Bug-Off] Mushitori taikai Between 9am and 6pm, bring [Nat] Kameyama-san {???} the rarest insect, modified by size points (larger or smaller than average) and modified by color/luster points, to win. Step into the tent between 6pm and 9pm for the award ceremony. [Nat] Kameyama-san {???} will sell you a Net for 500 bells if you don't have one. If the insect you submit sets a new record, [Nat] Kameyama-san {???} will give you a random item, a Butterfly Wall, a Ladybug Carpet, or something from the Insect Set (either from list A or list B (see below)). October 1 to October 31 - Spooky Series and Candy at [???] Mametsubu's October 1 to October 31 - Wolf Mask, Ghost Helmet, Skull Hat, Frankenstein Mask, Dressing, and Insect Helmet at Able Sisters NORTH AMERICA ONLY: Second Monday in October - [Explorer's Day] Boukensha no hi Speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and Midnight to receive the [Sailboat Model] hansen mokei. Second Saturday in October - [Fishing Tourney] Tsuri taikai Between 9am and 6pm, bring [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} the largest example of any fish to win. Step into the tent between 6pm and 9pm for the award ceremony. [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} will sell you a Fishing Rod for 500 bells if you don't have one. If the fish you submit sets a new record, [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} will give you a random item, a Fish Wall, a Fish Floor, or something from the Fish Set (either from list A or list B (see below)). October 31 - Halloween Between 6pm and Midnight, [Jack] Pumpking {???} and some villagers will be wandering around town dressed in robes and various-colored pumpkin heads. Find [Jack] Pumpking {???} and give him a Lollipop to receive an item from the [Creepy] Horror Theme. Give him Candy to receive either a scary helmet or an item from the [Spooky] Halloween Series. If you find a villager, play a mini-game. If you win the mini-game, you can receive Candy. If you lose the mini-game, the player's headwear will be replaced with a pumpkin head the same color as what the villager is wearing. If the player is already wearing a pumpkin head, then a Jack-in-the-Box or a "ragged" item may replace something in your pockets (or may be placed in your pockets). Here is the list of items available only in this manner: ...[Jack-in-the-Box] bikkuri bako ...[???] iero kabocha masuku or Yellow Pumpkin Head ...[Pumpkin Head] kabocha no kaburimono ...[???] gurin kabocha masuku or Green Pumpkin Head ...[???] papuru kabocha masuku or Purple Pumpkin Head ...[???] reddo kabocha masuku or Red Pumpkin Head ...[???] boro kabegami or Ragged Wall ...[???] boro juutan or Ragged Carpet ...[Patched Shirt] boroi fuku ...[???] boro no zubon or Ragged Pants ...[???] boro no wanpisu or Ragged Dress ...[???] boro no boushi or Ragged Hat ...[???] boro no kutsu or Ragged Shoes Villagers that remain inside their houses can be "scared" into giving you a Lollipop or Candy if you wear a particular scary helmet. The particular helmet needed depends on the villager's species and personality: Jock kiza Lazy Cranky Normal Peppy Snooty aneki ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ Anteater - Mummy Frank Skull Insect Skull Ghost Wolf Insect Bear - Mummy Ghost Wolf Insect Mummy Skull Mummy Frank Bearcub - Frank Wolf Ghost Skull Insect Mummy Ghost Skull Bird - Skull Insect Mummy Insect Ghost Mummy Wolf Skull Cat - Ghost Frank Frank Skull Insect Wolf Frank Mummy ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Cattle - Frank Mummy Ghost Mummy Insect Wolf Ghost Skull Chicken - Wolf Frank Skull Mummy Frank Wolf Ghost Ghost Croc - Frank Ghost Insect Mummy Wolf Mummy Ghost Mummy Deer - Mummy Skull Wolf Insect Wolf Insect Frank Ghost Dog - Skull Mummy Mummy Frank Wolf Insect Frank Ghost ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Duck - Wolf Insect Frank Insect Ghost Wolf Mummy Ghost Eagle - Insect Wolf Wolf Ghost Mummy Mummy Skull Frank Elephant - Frank Insect Insect Wolf Skull Insect Ghost Wolf Frog - Insect Wolf Frank Mummy Ghost Skull Wolf Ghost Goat - Skull Frank Insect Skull Ghost Frank Insect Mummy ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Gorilla - Skull Ghost Mummy Frank Frank Skull Wolf Insect Hamster - Frank Wolf Mummy Skull Insect Insect Ghost Frank Hippo - Ghost Skull Skull Frank Insect Ghost Ghost Insect Horse - Wolf Insect Skull Ghost Frank Wolf Mummy Ghost Kangaroo - Mummy Skull Mummy Insect Wolf Frank Skull Mummy ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Koala - Ghost Frank Insect Frank Mummy Ghost Insect Wolf Lion - Ghost Frank Wolf Insect Wolf Ghost Mummy Skull Monkey - Ghost Insect Frank Skull Frank Mummy Insect Ghost Mouse - Insect Insect Wolf Mummy Ghost Frank Skull Mummy Octopus - Mummy Ghost Insect Wolf Skull Mummy Skull Frank ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ostrich - Ghost Mummy Frank Insect Insect Wolf Mummy Skull Penguin - Insect Ghost Wolf Frank Skull Skull Mummy Wolf Pig - Mummy Wolf Insect Ghost Frank Frank Mummy Skull Rabbit - Insect Insect Ghost Wolf Mummy Frank Skull Insect Rhino - Skull Frank Frank Skull Ghost Frank Skull Mummy ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sheep - Skull Wolf Frank Skull Wolf Wolf Wolf Wolf Squirrel - Mummy Ghost Wolf Skull Skull Insect Wolf Frank Tiger - Wolf Mummy Mummy Skull Skull Ghost Frank Insect Wolf - Ghost Skull Frank Wolf Mummy Ghost Insect Skull November 1 to 30 - Mushrooms Each day, find five mushrooms throughout your town. The mushrooms will be immediately next to a tree. One of them will be an item from the Mushroom Series. Sell the mushrooms at R. Parkers (or eat them): ...[Round Mushroom] marui kinoko - 200 bells ...[Flat Mushroom] hiratai kinoko - 200 bells ...[Skinny Mushroom] hosoi kinoko - 300 bells ...[Elegant Mushroom] rippana kinoko - 10,000 bells ...[Rare Mushroom] mezurashii kinoko - 16,000 bells (only if "perfect" town) November 1 to Fourth Thursday in November - Harvest Series at [???] Mametsubu's November 6 or 7 - ??? Receive a letter from Mom with winter clothing attached. Third Saturday in November - [Fishing Tourney] Tsuri taikai Between 9am and 6pm, bring [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} the largest example of the fish he specifies (Crucian Carp, Carp, or Black Bass) to win. Step into the tent between 6pm and 9pm for the award ceremony. [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} will sell you a Fishing Rod for 500 bells if you don't have one. If the fish you submit sets a new record, [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} will give you a random item, a Fish Wall, a Fish Floor, or something from the Fish Set (either from list A or list B (see below)). Fourth Thursday in November - Harvest Festival Franklin {???} is at the [Plaza] Hiroba from 6am to 10pm. Bring him cooking ingredients for four courses/dishes to receive a Fruit Basket, a Cornucopia, or items from the Harvest Series. Speak to villagers, wearing Chef's Uniforms, in houses to obtain some ingredients in exchange for fish. Other ingredients must be caught. Here is the list of possible ingredients (so you can "stock up"): ...[Round Mushroom] marui kinoko ...[Flat Mushroom] hiratai kinoko ...[Skinny Mushroom] hosoi kinoko ...Apple ...Orange ...Peach ...Pear ...Lemon ...Coconut ...Banana ...[Beehive] hachinosu ...Vinegar ...Butter ...Milk ...komugiko or Wheat Flour ...satou or Sugar ...[Horse Mackerel] aji (fish) ...[Sea Bass] suzuki (fish) ...[Dab] karei (fish) ...[Olive Flounder] hirame (fish) ...[Barred Knifejaw] ishidai (fish) ...[Red Snapper] tai (fish) ...[???] wakame or Seaweed (dive) ...Lobster (dive) ...[???] hamaguri or Clam (dive) ...[???] hotate or Scallop (dive) ...Oyster (dive) Three ingredients make up a dish, but give Franklin {???} a fourth, "secret" ingredient in order to receive a Fruit Basket (the first time). Give him all four "secret" ingredients for the four courses to receive a [Cornucopia] houjou no tsuno. Here are the recipes, including "secret" ingredients, for possible dishes: Salads ------ ...Fish Salad = Red Snapper + Horse Mackerel + Vinegar + "Lemon" ...Fruit Salad = Apple + Orange + Vinegar + "Beehive" ...Mixed Salad = Horse Mackerel + Skinny Mushroom + Apple + "Vinegar" ...Mushroom Salad = Round Mushroom + Flat Mushroom + Vinegar + "Apple" ...Oyster Salad = Oyster + Seaweed + Vinegar + "Lemon" Soups ----- ...Fruit Soup = Cherry + Peach + Milk + "Lemon" ...Mushroom Stew = Round Mushroom + Flat Mushroom + Milk + "Butter" ...Shellfish Cream Soup = Scallop + Clam + Milk + "Butter" ...Soup de Poisson = Red Snapper + Olive Flounder + Sea Bass + "Lemon" ...Tom Yum Goong = Lobster + Skinny Mushroom + Vinegar + "Coconut" Mains ----- ...Barred Knifejaw Saute = Barred Knifejaw + Round Mushroom + Butter + "Lemon" ...Dab Meuniere = Dab + Skinny Mushroom + Wheat Flour + "Vinegar" ...Olive Flounder Meuniere = Olive Flounder + Flat Mushroom + Wheat Flour + "Vinegar" ...Red Snapper Poele = Red Snapper + Skinny Mushroom + Wheat Flour + "Lemon" ...Sea Bass Saute = Sea Bass + Round Mushroom + Butter + "Lemon" Desserts -------- ...Apple Pie = Apple + Wheat Flour + Lemon + "Beehive" ...Banana Custard Pie = Banana + Sugar + Lemon + "Beehive" ...Cherry Pie = Cherry + Wheat Flour + Lemon + "Beehive" ...Coconut Cream Pie = Coconut + Sugar + Lemon + "Beehive" ...Full Fruit Pie = Orange + Pear + Butter + "Lemon" December 1 to 23 - Jingle Series, Festive Tree, Big Festive Tree, Christmas Candle, Snow Globe, and Stuffed Stocking at [???] Mametsubu's NORTH AMERICA ONLY: December 1 to 23 - Festive Flag and Festive Candle at [???] Mametsubu's December 1 to 23 - Villagers drop hints about what they want for Christmas. Speak to villagers so that you can correctly distribute presents on December 24. Each villager will mention both a type of item and a color. The types of items are omocha (toy), kagu (furniture), kasa (umbrella), gakki (instrument), kaden (electronics), kabegami (wallpaper), juutan (carpeting), shokubutsu (plant), tabemono (food), ningyou (doll), fuku (shirt), and ranpu (lamp). December 1 to 24 - Santa Jacket, Santa Pants, Santa Hat, and Santa Beard at Able Sisters December 1 to 24 - Santa Boots at Shoe Shank December 1 to 31 - Green, Pink, and Yellow Lightsticks and [Party Poppers] Crackers at [???] Mametsubu's, in place of Fortune Cookies December 1 to February 24 - Snow Crystals Catch them with a Net and either sell them for 500 bells each or trade them to [???] Yukidaru Mama or Snowman Mama {???} for items from the Ice Series. EUROPE ONLY: December 6 - [Naughty-or-Nice Day] Yoiko no hi Speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and Midnight to receive the [???] kabekake sokkusu or Wall Sock. Second Saturday in December - [Fishing Tourney] Tsuri taikai Between 9am and 6pm, bring [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} the largest example of any fish to win. Step into the tent between 6pm and 9pm for the award ceremony. [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} will sell you a Fishing Rod for 500 bells if you don't have one. If the fish you submit sets a new record, [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal} will give you a random item, a Fish Wall, a Fish Floor, or something from the Fish Set (either from list A or list B (see below)). December 10 - Snow Blizzard (no Meteor Shower) December 11 to December 30 - Snowfall Season December 11 to February 24 - Aurora (8:45pm, 9:30pm, 10:15pm, or 11pm) December 11 to February 24 - Snowballs Each day, find two snowballs randomly located in your town. Roll the snowballs over snowy ground to make them larger. Roll them over ground without snow to make them smaller. You can create four different snowmen depending on the size of the base snowball. From largest to smallest, here are the four: 1) [???] Yukidaru Man {Appa Nunsaram} (roll ball until it no longer grows) Only the player who builds a [???] Yukidaru Man {Appa Nunsaram} can speak to him and obtain a Bingo Card. Speak to [???] Yukidaru Man {Appa Nunsaram} daily to obtain one random Bingo number per day, then punch the number on your Bingo Card (if you have the number on your card). You can have multiple [???] Yukidaru Man {Appa Nunsaram} in one town, but each will produce only one number each day. You can use any [???] Yukidaru Man {Appa Nunsaram}, even those in other towns, to get more Bingo numbers. Punch a line of five numbers, either vertically, horizontally, or diagonally, to get Bingo and an exclusive item! Here is the list of items available only from [???] Yukidaru Man {Appa Nunsaram}: ...[???] karingu suton or Curling Stone ...[???] kimon or Slalom Gate ...[???] gerende na rifuto or Ski Slope Lift ...[???] jinkou kousetsu ki or Artificial Snow Maker ...[???] suki ita or Ski Board ...[Snowboard] sunobodo ...[???] sunomobiru or Snowmobile ...[???] bobusure or Bobsleigh ...[???] gerende na kabegami or Ski Slope Wall ...[???] gerende no yuka or Ski Slope Floor 2) [Snowman] Yukidaruma {???} (base ball about as tall as up to player's nose) Build a satisfactory [Snowman] Yukidaruma {???}, and you will receive a letter on the next day with an item attached. Here is the list of items available only from [Snowman] Yukidaruma {???}: ...[Snowman] yukidaruma ...[Snowman Wardrobe] yukidaruma kurozetto ...[Snowman Clock] yukidaruma kurokku ...[Snowman Sofa] yukidaruma sofa ...[Snowman Dresser] yukidaruma tansu ...[Snowman Chair] yukidaruma chea ...[Snowman Table] yukidaruma teburu ...[Snowman TV] yukidaruma terebi ...[Snowman Vanity] yukidaruma doressa ...[Snowman Bed] yukidaruma beddo ...[Snowman Lamp] yukidaruma ranpu ...[Snowman Fridge] yukidaruma reizouko ...[Snowman Wall] yukidaruma no kabegami ...[Snowman Carpet] yukidaruma juutan ...[Snowman Head] yukidaruma no boushi 3) [???] Yukidaru Mama {???} (base ball about as tall as up to player's chin) Bring [???] Yukidaru Mama {???} three or five Snow Crystals (depending on how well-formed the snowman is) to obtain items from the Ice Series. Catch Snow Crystals with your Net, even when it is not snowing. Any player can exchange Snow Crystals with any [???] Yukidaru Mama {???}. Here is the list of items available only from [???] Yukidaru Mama {???}: ...[???] aisu na kurozetto or Ice Closet ...[???] aisu na saido teburu or Ice Side Table ...[???] aisu na sherufu or Ice Shelf ...[???] aisu na sofa or Ice Sofa ...[???] aisu na chea or Ice Chair ...[???] aisu na chesuto or Ice Chest ...[???] aisu na teburu or Ice Table ...[???] aisu na tokei or Ice Clock ...[???] aisu na doressa or Ice Dresser ...[???] aisu na beddo or Ice Bed ...[???] aisu na ranpu or Ice Lamp ...[???] aisu na kabegami or Ice Wall ...[???] aisu na juutan or Ice Floor 4) [???] Yukinko {???} (use smallest snow balls) Build [???] Yukinko {???} and she will tell you about other snowmen in her "family." After you build one of each of the four types of snowmen, she will send you a letter with an item that depends on how well-formed the other three snowmen are ([???] Yukinko {???} must be well-formed). Try using the largest size of snowball for a head to create misshapen snowmen. Here are the items available only from [???] Yukinko {???}: ...[???] yukidaru matoryoshika or Snowman Matryoshka (all three well-formed) ...[Snow Bunny] yuki usagi (two of three are well-formed) ...[???] mini kamakura or Mini Snow Hut (one of three are well-formed) ...[Sleigh] sori (only [???] Yukinko {???} is well-formed) December 15 to January 3 - Festive lights on cedar trees December 21 or 22 - [???] Touji or Winter Solstice Find [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and Midnight to get the [???] Blue Lightstick. December 24 - Christmas Eve Receive a letter from Mom or Dad with furniture or winter clothing attached. Starting at 6pm, find Jingle {???} wandering around town. He's looking for a "Santa" to help him, so don the Santa "look:" Santa Jacket, Santa Pants, Santa Hat, Santa Beard, and Santa Boots. Speak to Jingle {???} again, and he will give you a sack of presents to distribute to villagers. After you distribute all presents, he will give you a [Festive Wreath] kurisumasu risu in thanks. If you distributed the presents correctly, in accordance to all villagers' wishes, you will receive [Jingle's Pic] Jingle no shashin in a letter on the next day. Here are the correct gifts for each type and color: Omocha or Toy Kaden or Electronics Tabemono or Food --------------------- --------------------- -------------------- Red: Executive Toy Black: Wide Screen TV Colorful: Funny Case Blue: Elephant Slide Blue: Stick Cleaner Brown: Chocolates Green: Tennis Table Red: Vacuum Cleaner Orange: Orange Brown: Table Soccer Orange: Deluxe Washer Green: Pear Yellow: Bingo Machine Gray: TV with a VCR Yellow: Banana White: Bowling Pins White: Refrigerator Pink: Peach Gray: Mini Socket Brown: Retro TV Gray: Lunch Plate Colorful: Roulette Green: Retro Fridge Red: Apple Kagu or Furniture Kabegami or Wallpaper Ningyou or Dolls ------------------------ ------------------------ ---------------------- Blue: Blue Cabinet Blue: Blue Wall Pink: Wobbelina Colorful: Kiddie Bureau Brown: Exotic Wall Yellow: Lucky Gold Cat Orange: Grapefruit Table Aqua: Backyard Fence Orange: Baby Bear White: Cream Sofa Colorful: Kiddie Wall Black: Lucky Black Cat Gray: Tall Lantern Orange: Near Future Wall Red: Garden Gnome Beige: Pine Chair Gray: Concrete Wall Purple: Papa Panda Green: Lily-Pad Table Yellow: Cheese Wall Green: Hula Dance Doll Aqua: Backyard Pool Beige: Paw Wall Aqua: France Doll Black: Weight Bench Black: Pipe Curtain Wall Brown: Writing Desk Green: Green Wall Fuku or Shirts Pink: Lovely Table White: Modern Screen ----------------------- Red: Apple Clock Pink: Lovely Wall Red: Red Warm-up Suit Yellow: Lemon Table Orange: Orange Jumpsuit Juutan or Carpeting Green: Grass Shirt Kasa or Umbrellas ----------------------- Gray: Gray Tank Top ------------------------- Blue: Blue Flooring Purple: Purple Tie-Dye Aqua: Blue Dot Parasol Red: Plush Carpet Aqua: Cloudy Shirt Blue: Blue Umbrella Brown: Exotic Rug Pink: Heart Shirt Red: Red Umbrella Colorful: Kiddie Carpet Black: BB Shirt Pink: Candy Umbrella Yellow: Ceramic Tile Yellow: Leopard Shirt Yellow: Yellow Umbrella Orange: Kitschy Tile Brown: Swell Shirt Black: Bat Umbrella White: Birch Flooring Blue: Blue Diamond Top Colorful: Gelato Umbrella Beige: Simple Floor Beige: Beige Knit Green: Leaf Umbrella Gray: Modern Tile White: Snow Shirt Orange: Maple Umbrella Green: Green Rug Colorful: Rainbow Shirt White: Lacy Parasol Pink: Lovely Carpet Ranpu or Lamps Gakki or Instruments Shokubutsu or Plants ---------------------- -------------------- ---------------------- White: Simple Lamp Brown: Folk Guitar Pink: Plum Bonsai Black: Spotlight S Black: Upright Piano White: Moth Orchid Gray: Mini-Lamp Green: Rock Guitar Yellow: Jasmine Bonsai Red: Polka Dot Lamp Red: Metal Guitar Green: Tall Cactus Brown: Mixed Wood Lamp Beige: Timpano Drum Red: Poinsettia Green: Green Lamp Yellow: Drum Set Purple: Purple Violets Aqua: Blue Lava Lamp Pink: Lotus Lamp December 24 to 30 - Snowfall Season (no Meteor Showers) December 31 - Countdown Speak to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Plaza] Hiroba between 6am and Midnight to receive the following: ...JAPAN ONLY: [???] toshikoshi soba or New Year's Eve Noodles ...KOREA ONLY: [???] kane no okimono or Bell Ornament ...NORTH AMERICA ONLY (ENGLISH): [???] supakuringu saida or Sparkling Cider ...NORTH AMERICA ONLY (FRENCH): [???] supakuringu saida or Sparkling Cider ...NORTH AMERICA ONLY (SPANISH): [???] 12tsubu no budou or 12 Grapes ...EUROPE ONLY (ENGLISH, ITALIAN): [???] fukimodoshi or Blow Streamer ...EUROPE ONLY (FRENCH): [???] supakuringu saida or Sparkling Cider ...EUROPE ONLY (GERMAN): [???] berurina or Berliner ...EUROPE ONLY (SPANISH): [???] 12tsubu no budou or 12 Grapes At [Crazy Redd's] Tsunekichi's {Yeo-uk's} stand, buy two of the following hats: ...[???] nyu iya hatto ao or Blue New Year Hat ...[???] nyu iya hatto aka or Red New Year Hat ...[???] nyu iya hatto kiiro or Yellow New Year Hat ...[???] nyu iya hatto midori or Green New Year Hat Celebrate the festivities between 11:30pm and 2am. On your player's Birthday, a villager (with whom you have a minimum amount of friendship) may greet you at your door to take you to their house for a birthday party! Type in a wish, blow out the candles (use the 3DS microphone), and receive a gift from the villager. If your friendship level is high enough with this villager, they may give you one of the following items: ...[???] basude kyandoru or Birthday Candle (high friendship) ...[Birthday Cake] basude keki (medium or high friendship) ...[???] basude teburu or Birthday Table (high friendship) ...[???] basude bodo or Birthday Board (high friendship) ...[???] basude sangurasu or Birthday Sunglasses (high friendship) ...[???] basude hatto or Birthday Hat (high friendship) Enjoy the festive atmosphere! On random evenings between 7pm and 4am, you can view (and hear) shooting stars in the night sky. A notice about a meteor shower will appear on the [Bulletin Board] Keijiban. Press the "A" button while you see a shooting star (and while you are not holding anything in your hands) to receive a Spotlight item as a present in the mail on the next day from [Wishy the Star] Ohoshisama {???}. Here are Spotlight items received from [Wishy the Star] Ohoshisama {???} and their catalog price: ...[???] 0 no ranpu or 0 Lamp - 10,000 ...[???] 1 no ranpu or 1 Lamp - 1,000 ...[???] 2 no ranpu or 2 Lamp - 2,000 ...[???] 3 no ranpu or 3 Lamp - 3,000 ...[???] 4 no ranpu or 4 Lamp - 4,000 ...[???] 5 no ranpu or 5 Lamp - 5,500 ...[???] 6 no ranpu or 6 Lamp - 6,000 ...[???] 7 no ranpu or 7 Lamp - 7,000 ...[???] 8 no ranpu or 8 Lamp - 8,000 ...[???] 9 no ranpu or 9 Lamp - 9,000 ...[Blue Corner] aoi kona - 6,800 ...[???] ooki ikeiki or Large Panel - 3,200 ...[Dolly] oningyou - 6,800 ...[Arc de Triomphe] gaisenmon - 9,200 ...[Plate Armor] kacchuu - 6,400 ...[???] kabekake monita or Wall Monitor - 3,800 ...[???] kyaputen no isu or Captain's Chair - 3,680 ...[???] kyaputen no monita or Captain's Monitor - 2,800 ...[Podium] kyoutaku - 1,280 ...[Throne] gyokuza - 800,000 ...[???] kingu no koma or King Piece - 8,000 ...[???] kuin no koma or Queen Piece - 8,000 ...[???] kuru no isu or Crew Chair - 2,800 ...[???] kuru no monita or Crew Monitor - 2,400 ...[Hi-Fi Stereo] koukyuu konpo - 5,400 ...[Shopping Cart] shoppingu kato - 3,980 ...[???] shirokuma no shiro-chan or Polar Bear - 1,800 ...[???] chiisai keiki or Small Gauge - 2,680 ...[???] tsuushin souchi or Communication Device - 3,600 ...[Moon] tsuki - 32,000 ...[???] tokei tsuki keiki or Clock Moon Meter - 3,000 ...[Deluxe Washer] doramu shikisentakuki - 5,200 ...[Garden Gnome] nomu no mukimono - 3,380 ...[Tower of Pisa] pisa no shatou - 9,200 ...[Giant Dharma] hisshou daruma - 1,600 ...[Covered Wagon] horobasha - 3,800 ...[???] marui reda or Round Radar - 3,000 ...[Unknown Machine] yokuwakaranai kikai - 4,800 ...[Samurai Suit] yoroikabuto - 4,500 ...[???] retoro na rajio or Retro Radio - 1,280 ...[???] rokoko na kurozetto or Rococo Closet - 2,400 ...[???] rokoko na sherufu or Rococo Shelf - 3,820 ...[???] rokoko na sofa or Rococo Sofa - 2,100 ...[???] rokoko na chea or Rococo Chair - 3,100 ...[???] rokoko na chesuto or Rococo Chest - 2,540 ...[???] rokoko na teburu or Rococo Table - 3,600 ...[???] rokoko na tokei or Rococo Clock - 3,360 ...[???] rokoko na doressa or Rococo Vanity - 3,120 ...[???] rokoko na beddo or Rococo Bed - 3,520 ...[???] rokoko na ranpu or Rococo Lamp - 3,200 For the [Fishing Tourney] Tsuri taikai, here are the largest fish and their average size: ...[???] jinbeezame or Whale Shark - 600cm ...[???] ryuuguunotsukai or Oarfish - 580cm ...[Shark] same - 540cm ...[Arapaima] piraruku - 300cm ...[Ocean Sunfish] manbou - 300cm ...[Hammerhead Shark] shumokuzame - 250cm ...[Tuna] maguro - 230cm ...[Blue Marlin] kajiki - 220cm ...[Gar] ga - 190cm ...[Napoleonfish] naporeonfisshu - 180cm ...[???] rouninaji or Giant Trevally - 180cm ...[???] nokogirizame or Saw Shark - 150cm ...[Coelacanth] shirakansu - 150cm ...[Stringfish] itou - 140cm ...[King Salmon] kingu samon - 140cm ...[Pike] paiku - 125cm ...[???] hanahigeutsubo or Mustache Eel - 120cm ...[Ray] ei - 120cm ...[Eel] unagi - 100cm ...[Dorado] dorado - 100cm ...[Sea Bass] suzuki - 100cm Here are the lists of the items available only from [Chip] Uomasa {Ttungdal}: ...[Gold Trophy] kin no sakana torofi ...[Silver Trophy] gin no sakana torofi ...[???] dou no sakana torofi or Bronze Fishing Trophy List A: ...[???] ikasu chea or Squid Chair ...[???] isoginchaku na beddo or Sea Coral Bed ...[???] karei naru teburu or Dab Table ...[???] chouchin ankou ranpu or Football Fish Lamp ...[???] nanji kani? dokei or Unknown Crab Clock ...[???] osakana na mimoyou no yuka or Fish Floor List B: ...[???] kurage ranpu or Jellyfish Lamp ...[???] tai sou na sofa or Red Snapper Sofa ...[???] tako chan chea or Octopus Chair ...[???] harisenbon terebi or Puffer Fish TV ...[???] hirameita teburu or Olive Flounder Table ...[???] osakana no kabe or Fish Wall For the [Bug-Off] Mushitori taikai, here are insects grouped from rarest to most common: A (rarest) B C D --------------- ------------------ --------------- ----------------------- Golden Stag Birdwing Butterfly Giant Beetle Emperor Butterfly Hercules Beetle Oak Silk Moth Elephant Beetle Agrias Butterfly Inago or Locust Goliath Beetle Raja Brooke Butterfly Giant Petaltail Scorpion Bee Scarab Beetle Orchid Mantis Rainbow Stag Lantern Fly Cyclommatus Hanmyou or Tiger Beetle Atlas Beetle Dung Beetle Saw Stag Beetle Tarantula E F G H ---------------- ----------------- ---------------- ----------------- Banded Dragonfly Peacock Butterfly Tiger Butterfly Yellow Butterfly Dynastid Beetle Mantis Migratory Locust Monarch Butterfly Centipede Mole Cricket Darner Dragonfly Honeybee Walkingstick Diving Beetle Red Dragonfly Violin Beetle Walking Leaf Pondskater Longhorn Beetle Hermit Crab Snail Jewel Beetle Firefly Bell Cricket Miyama Stag Spider Grasshopper Bagworm Ladybug Fruit Beetle House Centipede I J (most common) ------------------------ --------------- Common Butterfly Brown Cicada Moth Robust Cicada Long Locust Walker Cicada Kumazemi or Black Cicada Cicada Skin Evening Cicada Ant Kamemushi or Shield Bug Flea Cricket Pillbug Funamushi or Wharf Roach Mosquito Fly Here are the lists of the items available only from [Nat] Kameyama-san {???}: ...[Bug Trophy] kin no mushi torofi ...[???] gin no mushi torofi or Silver Insect Trophy ...[???] dou no mushi torofi or Bronze Insect Trophy List A: ...[???] imomushi sofa or Hairless Caterpillar Sofa ...[???] katatsumuri no tokei or Snail Clock ...[???] kuwagata chea or Stag Beetle Chair ...[???] tentoumushi no isu or Ladybug Chair ...[???] hotaru ranpu or Firefly Lamp ...[???] tentoumushi no juutan or Ladybug Carpet List B: ...[???] kabuto chea or Beetle Chair ...[???] kumo no sudokei or Spider Clock ...[???] semi konpo or Cicada Player ...[???] batafurai na teburu or Butterfly Table ...[???] hanikamu chesuto or Honeycomb Chest ...[???] batafurai kabegami or Butterfly Wall  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 24) REGION/LANGUAGE EXCLUSIVE ITEMS ****************************************************************************** There are several items that are available only to players of a specific regional version of the game and/or only to players using a Nintendo 3DS set to a specific language. Japanese Exclusive Items ------------------------ [???] ehoumake or Sushi Roll - at Mametsubu's from February 1 to 3 [???] mame or Beans - at Mametsubu's from February 1 to 3 [Blue Ogre Mask] ao oni no omen - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on February 3 [Red Ogre Mask] aka oni no omen - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on February 3 [Hinaningyo] hinaningyou - at Mametsubu's from March 1 to 3 [Blossom Lantern] bonbori - at Mametsubu's from March 1 to 3 [Emperor's Cap] odairisama - at Able Sisters from March 1 to 3 [Empress' Tiara Wig] ohinasama - at Able Sisters from March 1 to 3 [Rice Cake] hishimochi - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on March 3 [Carp Banner] koi nobori - at Mametsubu's from May 1 to 5 [Newsprint Helmet] shinbunshi no kabuto - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on May 5 [Bamboo Grass] tanabata no sasa - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on July 7 [Eggplant Cow] nasubi no ushi - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on [???] Obon [Cucumber Horse] kyuuri no uma - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on [???] Obon [Dango] - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on [Autumn Moon] Otsukimi [???] toshikoshi soba or New Year's Eve Noodles - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on December 31 Korean Exclusive Items ---------------------- [Yut] yunnori setto - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on [Lunar New Year] Kyuushougatsu [Bureom] buromu - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on [Great Full Moon] Deborumu [Hibiscus] mukuge - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on April 5 [???]sonpyon or Songpyeon - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on [Autumn Moon] Chusoku [???] kane no okimono or Bell Ornament - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on December 31 North American Exclusive Items ------------------------------ [Resetti Model] Risetto-san no mokei - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on February 2 [Shamrock Hat] shamurokku hatto - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on March 17 [Cool Globe] kakkoii chikyuugi - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on April 22 Picnic Basket - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on [Labor Day] Hatarakimono no hi [Wheat Bundle] mugi no taba - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on [Autumn Moon] Otsukimi [Sailboat Model] hansen mokei - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on [Explorer's Day] Boukensha no hi [Festive Flag] omatsuri no hata - at Mametsubu's from December 1 to 23 [Festive Candle] omatsuri no rousoku - at Mametsubu's from December 1 to 23 [???] supakuringu saida or Sparkling Cider - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on December 31 - English and French [???] 12tsubu no budou or 12 Grapes - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on December 31 - Spanish European Exclusive Items ------------------------ [Shamrock Hat] shamurokku hatto - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on March 17 [Veggie Basket] yasai no basuketto - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on [Autumn Moon] Otsukimi [???] kabekake sokkusu or Wall Sock - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on December 6 [???] fukimodoshi or Blow Streamer - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on December 31 - English and Italian [???] supakuringu saida or Sparkling Cider - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on December 31 - French [???] berurina or Berliner - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on December 31 - German [???] 12tsubu no budou or 12 Grapes - from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} on December 31 - Spanish  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 25) VILLAGERS ****************************************************************************** Here are the 333 animal villagers in TDnM, with their sex, birthday, favorite shirt, favorite clothing Visual Impression, least favorite clothing Visual Impression, and favorite Color: ************************* * [Anteaters] Arikui: * ************************* [Anabelle]** Arumi or Aluminum - female - February 16 - Tropical Shirt - Fancy - Old - green [Antonio]* Makoto - male - October 20 - Big Star Shirt - Safe - Gorgeous - aqua [Cyrano] Sakurajima - male - March 9 - Dawn Shirt - Traditional - Modern - yellow [Pango] Patora - female - November 9 - Subdued Print - Modern - Sporty - orange [???]**** Antonio - male - May 19 - Matador Shirt - Formal - Modern - red [???]**** Miyabi or Refinement - female - February 6 - Dazed Shirt - Traditional - Sporty - red ************************* * [Bears] Kuma: * ************************* [Chow] Chauyan - male - July 22 - Star Shirt - Crazy - Safe - brown [Curt]* Gantetsu - male - July 1 - MVP Shirt - Traditional - Fancy - brown [Grizzly] Mu - male - July 31 - Three-Ball Shirt - Safe - Gorgeous - brown [Groucho] Kuro or Black - male - October 23 - Light Polka Shirt - Old - Gorgeous - black [Nate] Bakkasu or Bacchus - male - August 16 - Spring Shirt - Safe - Modern - white [Pinky] Tantan - female - September 9 - Dazed Shirt - Fancy - Rock - red [Teddy] Taiheita - male - September 26 - Club Shirt - Safe - Gorgeous - black [Tutu] Rennyuu or Condensed Milk - female - September 15 - Heart Shirt - Fancy - Sporty - pink [???]**** Kumarosu - male - March 31 - Gold Armor Suit - Old - Fancy - gray [???]* Chami or Charmy - female - April 17 - Red Warm-up Suit - Sporty - Gorgeous - orange [???]**** Beado or Beard - male - September 27 - Detective Outfit - Formal - Fancy - brown [???]* Reicheru or Rachel - female - March 22 - Pep Squad Shirt - Crazy - Safe - orange ************************* * [Bearcubs] Koguma: * ************************* [Bluebear] Gurumin - female - June 24 - Lemon Gingham - Fancy - Traditional - blue [Cheri] Aserora or Barbados Cherry - female - March 17 - Sunflower Shirt - Sporty - Old - yellow [Chester]*** Panta - male - August 6 - Yellow Bar Shirt - Safe - Rock - green [Kody] Aidaho or Idaho - male - September 28 - Racer Shirt - Sporty - Modern - colorful [Maple] Mepuru or Maple - female - June 15 - Dapper Shirt - Safe - Crazy - yellow [Pekoe]*** Jasumin or Jasmine - female - May 18 - Hot Spring Shirt - Traditional - Crazy - brown [Poncho] Poncho - male - January 2 - Blue Grid Shirt - Safe - Gorgeous - orange [Pudge] Kinzou - male - June 11 - Chichi Print - Old - Fancy - blue [Stitches]** Pacchi or Patch - male - February 10 - Star Shirt - Crazy - Traditional - colorful [Vladimir] Gabi - male - August 2 - Light Polka Shirt - Crazy - Safe - yellow [???]**** Anessa - female - June 23 - Red Rainwear - Modern - Safe - purple [???]**** Nisshi - male - March 2 - Tiger Shirt - Old - Sporty - aqua ************************* * [Birds] Tori: * ************************* [Anchovy] Anchobi or Anchovy - male - March 4 - Earthy Knit - Crazy - Traditional - colorful [Jay] Tsubakuro - male - July 17 - Six-Ball Shirt - Sporty - Old - blue [Jitters]** Jinyo - male - February 2 - Latin Uniform - Sporty - Fancy - yellow [Midge] Uzumaki or Whirlpool - female - March 12 - New Spring Shirt - Traditional - Rock - pink [Robin] Pachiku - female - December 4 - Kiwi Shirt - Formal - Sporty - aqua [Twiggy] Pichiku - female - July 13 - Barber Shirt - Crazy - Formal - blue [???]**** Jokki or Jockey - male - June 22 - Red Flannel Shirt - Crazy - Gorgeous - green [???]**** Chunnosuke - male - November 20 - BB Shirt - Old - Fancy - gray [???]**** Fumitarou - male - July 25 - Gray Tank Top - Sporty - Formal - beige [???]**** Masukarasu - male - December 12 - Dragon Team Jacket - Sporty - Safe - red ************************* * [Cats] Neko: * ************************* [Ankha] Nairu or Nile - female - September 22 - Mummy Shirt - Old - Rock - yellow [Bob] Nikoban - male - January 1 - Blossom Shirt - Crazy - Safe - colorful [Felicity]* Mikacchi - female - March 30 - Dapper Shirt - Fancy - Crazy - beige [Kabuki] Kabukichi - male - November 29 - Misty Shirt - Old - Modern - purple [Kid Cat]* 1Gou - male - August 1 - No. 1 Shirt - Sporty - Old - red [Kiki] Kyabia or Caviar - female - October 8 - Argyle Knit - Safe - Crazy - brown [Kitty] Shokora or Chocolate - female - February 15 - Crewel Shirt - Formal - Rock - white [Lolly]* Ramune or Lemonade - female - March 27 - Natty Shirt - Safe - Traditional - yellow [Merry]* Sacchi - female - June 29 - Daisy Shirt - Fancy - Old - aqua [Mitzi] Maru - female - September 25 - Gumdrop Shirt - Old - Traditional - brown [Moe]* Jinpei - male - January 12 - BB Shirt - Sporty - Gorgeous - colorful [Monique] Jen - female - September 30 - Grape Shirt - Gorgeous - Sporty - pink [Olivia] Oribia or Olivia - female - February 3 - Floral Knit - Modern - Sporty - white [Punchy] Binta - male - April 11 - Gray Tartan - Safe - Traditional - blue [Purrl] Tama - female - May 29 - Asian Shirt - Traditional - Sporty - gray [Rosie] Buke or Samurai - female - February 27 - Dazed Shirt - Fancy - Sporty - red [Stinky] Asekusa - male - August 17 - Splendid Shirt - Sporty - Formal - blue [Tabby] Torako - female - August 13 - Bone Shirt - Sporty - Safe - black [Tangy] Hyakupa - female - June 17 - Chain-Gang Shirt - Crazy - Old - orange [Tom] Bantamu - male - December 10 - BB Shirt - Rock - Fancy - brown [???]**** Chasu - male - December 20 - Red Grid Shirt - Sporty - Rock - beige [???]**** Choi - female - April 27 - Pep Squad Shirt - Rock - Formal - purple ************************* * [Cattle] Ushi: * ************************* [Angus]* Serubantesu or Cervantes - male - April 30 - Flame Shirt - Rock - Gorgeous - green [Patty] Karupi - female - May 10 - Citrus Shirt - Modern - Traditional - red [Rodeo]** Rodeo - male - October 29 - Beatnik Shirt - Old - Crazy - red [T-Bone] Borushichi or Borscht - male - May 20 - Sleeveless Winter Coat - Old - Fancy - gray [Tipper]** Makiba - female - August 25 - Rainbow Shirt - Crazy - Old - colorful [???]**** Tecchan or Trainspotter - male - April 29 - Marathon Shirt - Sporty - Modern - red [???]**** Noruman or Norman - male - December 29 - Scale Armor Suit - Old - Sporty - aqua [???]**** Hanako - female - February 28 - Groovy Shirt - Modern - Sporty - colorful ************************* * [Chickens] Nikutori: * ************************* [Ava] Domigura - female - April 28 - Checkerboard Tee - Formal - Fancy - brown [Becky]* Aria - female - December 9 - Noble Shirt - Gorgeous - Sporty - purple [Benedict]* Peshimichi - male - October 10 - Two-Ball Shirt - Old - Crazy - yellow [Egbert] Shimoyake or Frostbite - male - October 14 - Swell Shirt - Old - Traditional - red [Goose] Kenta or Kent - male - October 4 - Tropical Shirt - Safe - Fancy - white [Knox]*** Kinkaku or Faithful Service - male - November 23 - One Way Tee - Traditional - Crazy - brown [???]**** Kasandora or Cassandra - female - October 24 - Fiendish Shirt - Crazy - Safe - black [???]**** Kurobee - male - December 23 - Burglar's Shirt - Traditional - Fancy - purple ************************* * [Crocodiles] Wani: * ************************* [Alfonso] Aruberuto or Albert - male - June 9 - Big Bro's Shirt - Safe - Formal - green [Alli] Kuroko or Croc - female - November 8 - Leopard Shirt - Gorgeous - Sporty - blue [Del]* Yamato - male - May 27 - Blue Stripe Knit - Sporty - Gorgeous - blue [???]**** Arigeti or Alligetti - female - May 17 - Heart Shirt - Fancy - Old - white [???]**** Tatsuo - male - February 12 - Dragon Shirt - Traditional - Fancy - red [???]**** Haido or Hyde - male - November 15 - Jungle Camo - Rock - Modern - colorful ************************* * [Deer] Shika: * ************************* [???]**** Jeshika or Jessica - female - September 19 - Dark Polka Shirt - Rock - Safe - pink [???]**** Takeru or Fierce - male - November 7 - Green Warm-up Suit - Sporty - Traditional - aqua [???]**** Chakku or Chuck - male - July 27 - Comfy Sweater - Safe - Gorgeous - aqua [???]**** Tomuson or Tomson - male - August 20 - Orange Pinstripe - Crazy - Fancy - gray [???]**** Doremi - female - March 26 - Sheepskin Coat - Safe - Rock - beige [???]**** Natari or Natalie - female - January 4 - Natty Shirt - Traditional - Rock - white [???]**** Nadia - female - May 4 - Fall Leaf Shirt - Old - Crazy - orange [???]**** Neruson or Nelson - male - June 7 - Arctic Camo - Modern - Fancy - purple [???]**** Burusu or Blues - male - May 26 - Mischievous Student Shirt - Rock - Fancy - blue [???]**** Peta or Peter - male - April 5 - Deer Shirt - Safe - Rock - beige ************************* * [Dogs] Inu: * ************************* [Biskit] Robin - male - May 13 - Deep Blue Tee - Safe - Formal - orange [Bones] Tomi - male - August 4 - Caveman Tunic - Old - Fancy - aqua [Butch] Jon or John - male - November 1 - Arctic Camo - Sporty - Fancy - black [Cookie] Perinu - female - June 18 - Blue Tartan - Fancy - Old - green [Daisy] Banira or Vanilla - female - November 16 - Kiddie Shirt - Safe - Sporty - brown [Goldie] Kyarameru or Caramel - female - December 27 - Dapper Shirt - Safe - Crazy - white [Lucky] Rakki or Lucky - male - November 4 - No. 23 Shirt - Crazy - Traditional - purple [Mac]*** Chanpu or Champ - male - November 11 - Red Aloha Shirt - Sporty - Gorgeous - red [Marcel]*** Monja - male - December 31 - Chichi Print - Traditional - Fancy - green [Portia] Burenda or Brenda - female - October 25 - Blue Diamond Top - Modern - Traditional - white [Walker]* Ben - male - June 10 - No. 67 Shirt - Old - Gorgeous - red [???]**** Hachi - male - August 3 - Subdued Print - Old - Gorgeous - beige [???]**** Hanna - female - May 11 - Spiderweb Shirt - Rock - Formal - purple [???]**** Bobu or Bob - male - November 24 - Denim Vest - Old - Crazy - beige ************************* * [Ducks] Ahiru: * ************************* [Bill] Pitan - male - February 1 - No. 2 Shirt - Sporty - Gorgeous - green [Deena] Marimo - female - June 27 - Kiddie Shirt - Modern - Sporty - gray [Derwin] Bon or Bonn - male - May 25 - Yellow Bar Shirt - Formal - Rock - beige [Drake]** Foagura or Fois Gras - male - June 25 - Folk Shirt - Modern - Fancy - brown [Freckles] Maguro or Tuna - female - February 19 - Bright Shirt - Crazy - Safe - colorful [Gloria]*** Suwanson or Swanson - female - August 12 - Bodice - Gorgeous - Fancy - black [Joey] Richado or Richard - male - January 3 - No. 3 Shirt - Safe - Rock - purple [Maelle] Annu or Ann - female - April 8 - Heart Shirt - Modern - Sporty - white [Mallary] Sumimomo - female - November 17 - Blue Stripe Knit - Modern - Traditional - brown [Miranda]* Miranda - female - April 23 - Amethyst Shirt - Gorgeous - Sporty - yellow [Pate] Nakki - female - February 23 - Winter Sweater - Modern - Formal - yellow [Pompom] Norippe - female - February 11 - No. 4 Shirt - Fancy - Rock - aqua [Scoot] Mamoru - male - June 13 - Frog Shirt - Sporty - Old - blue [???]**** Kamomi - female - March 7 - Ribbon Blouse - Formal - Sporty - beige [???]**** Takkun - male - December 22 - Down Vest - Sporty - Safe - orange ************************* * [Eagles] Washi: * ************************* [Amelia] Andesu or Andes - female - November 19 - Spiderweb Shirt - Gorgeous - Safe - red [Apollo] Aporo or Apollo - male - July 4 - Zipper Shirt - Rock - Safe - white [Avery]* Kusukecha - male - February 22 - Uncommon Shirt - Traditional - Gorgeous - brown [Pierce] Sebasu-chan - male - January 8 - Camel Shirt - Sporty - Traditional - blue [Sterling]*** Ginkaku - male - December 11 - Scale Armor Suit - Old - Crazy - blue [???]**** Tifani or Tiffany - female - March 25 - Loud Bloom Shirt - Fancy - Old - pink [???]* Haruku - male - July 30 - Black Team Jacket - Rock - Formal - gray [???]**** Furanku or Frank - male - June 1 - Blue Raglan Shirt - Crazy - Safe - aqua ************************* * [Elephants] Zou: * ************************* [Axel] Ekkusueru or Axel - male - March 23 - Fresh Shirt - Sporty - Old - colorful [Big Top]* 3Gou - male - October 3 - No. 3 Shirt - Safe - Rock - blue [Dizzy] Hyuji or Huge - male - July 14 - No. 5 Shirt - Safe - Crazy - black [Eloise] Erefin or Elefin - female - December 8 - Yellow Bar Shirt - Formal - Crazy - green [Margie]* Sari or Sally - female - January 28 - Hot Spring Shirt - Traditional - Rock - brown [Opal] Oparu or Opal - female - January 20 - Gray Tartan - Formal - Sporty - white [???]**** Tina - female - November 18 - Flower Print Camisole - Fancy - Rock - beige [???]**** Hajime or Beginning - male - September 7 - Leopard Shirt - Traditional - Rock - orange ************************* * [Frogs] Kaeru: * ************************* [Camofrog] Furumetaru or Full Metal - male - June 5 - MVP Shirt - Rock - Fancy - blue [Cousteau] Harumaki or Spring Roll - male - December 17 - Rally Shirt - Traditional - Fancy - red [Drift] Doku or Doc - male - October 9 - No. 67 Shirt - Crazy - Fancy - orange [Frobert]* Koji - male - February 8 - Gracie's Top - Sporty - Fancy - colorful [Gigi]*** Rinda or Linda - female - August 11 - Beaded Shirt - Gorgeous - Sporty - black [Jambette] Esumeraruda or Esmeralda - female - October 27 - Prism Shirt - Modern - Rock - brown [Jeremiah] Kuwatoro - male - July 8 - Sunset Top - Safe - Gorgeous - blue [Lily] Reini or Rain - female - February 4 - Icy Shirt - Fancy - Sporty - green [Prince] Karu or Carl - male - July 21 - Yellow Bar Shirt - Old - Formal - green [Puddles] Choki - female - January 13 - Lovely Shirt - Gorgeous - Old - pink [Ribbot] Gacha or Gatsha - male - February 13 - Lightning Shirt - Crazy - Safe - gray [Wart Jr] Samu or Sam - male - August 21 - Sharp Outfit - Old - Gorgeous - green [???]**** Aida - female - October 2 - Amethyst Shirt - Gorgeous - Safe - purple [???]**** Taishi or Concerning China - male - July 18 - Chinese Shirt - Traditional - Fancy - red [???]**** Henri or Henry - male - September 21 - Chain-Gang Shirt - Safe - Formal - aqua ************************* * [Goats] Yagi: * ************************* [Chevre] Yuki or Snow - female - March 6 - Natty Shirt - Fancy - Rock - white [Gruff] Biri or Billy - male - August 29 - Big Star Shirt - Old - Fancy - purple [Nan]* Sumi - female - August 24 - Straw Shirt - Safe - Crazy - black [Velma] Pitie - female - January 14 - Swell Shirt - Formal - Rock - purple [???]**** Babara or Barbara - female - December 26 - Bodice - Modern - Safe - beige [???]* Yasao - male - June 28 - Vest-Attached Shirt - Formal - Crazy - gray ************************* * [Gorillas] Gorira: * ************************* [Al]*** Tamotsu or Keep - male - October 18 - Red Warm-up Suit - Safe - Formal - pink [Boone]** Mantarou - male - September 12 - Comfy Sweater - Traditional - Fancy - colorful [Cesar] Aran or Alan - male - September 6 - A Shirt - Old - Fancy - brown [Peewee] Danberu or Dumbbell - male - September 11 - Five-Ball Shirt - Sporty - Formal - gray [Violet]* Uzume - female - September 1 - Misty Shirt - Old - Rock - pink [???]**** 4Gou - female - April 14 - No. 4 Shirt - Sporty - Formal - pink [???]**** Sunairu - male - December 5 - Cyan Argyle Top - Formal - Gorgeous - gray ************************* * [Hamsters] Hamusuta: * ************************* [???]**** Appuru or Apple - female - September 24 - Light Polka Shirt - Fancy - Old - red [???]**** Gurahamu or Graham - male - June 20 - Vegetarian Shirt - Old - Gorgeous - orange [???]**** Jimi or Jimmy - male - November 10 - Red Bar Shirt - Crazy - Modern - colorful [???]**** Shanti - female - August 9 - Swell Shirt - Modern - Rock - orange [???]**** Dogurou - male - October 19 - Uncommon Shirt - Old - Fancy - beige [???]**** Hamuji - male - February 25 - Beige Knit - Old - Crazy - black [???]**** Hamusuke - male - May 30 - Big Star Shirt - Safe - Formal - orange [???]**** Yukumi or Snow Viewing - female - January 30 - Folk Shirt - Traditional - Sporty - beige ************************* * [Hippos] Kaba: * ************************* [Bertha] Anko or Fool - female - April 25 - Funky Dot Shirt - Traditional - Rock - gray [Biff] Gaburieru or Gabriel - male - March 29 - Jagged Shirt - Crazy - Safe - green [Bubbles] Chako - female - September 18 - Grape Shirt - Sporty - Crazy - orange [Harry]* Oriba or Oliver - male - January 7 - Jungle Camo - Old - Fancy - aqua [Rocco] Gonsaresu or Gonzales - male - August 18 - Danger Shirt - Traditional - Formal - yellow [???]**** Dibiddo - male - October 15 - Beige Blazer - Gorgeous - Crazy - aqua ************************* * [Horses] Uma: * ************************* [Annalise] Shirubupure - female - December 2 - Tropical Shirt - Formal - Crazy - purple [Buck] Vayashikofu - male - April 4 - Eight-Ball Shirt - Sporty - Fancy - brown [Clyde]*** Desuke - male - May 1 - Bubble Gum Shirt - Crazy - Rock - colorful [Ed] Kiza no homare or Honor Posture - male - September 16 - Light Polka Shirt - Crazy - Old - black [Elmer] Sabure - male - October 5 - Asian Shirt - Safe - Crazy - green [Peaches] Dosako - female - November 28 - Light Polka Shirt - Fancy - Sporty - pink [Roscoe]* Shubarutsu - male - June 16 - Checkered Shirt - Rock - Fancy - black [Savannah] Sabanna or Savannah - female - January 25 - Deep Blue Tee - Modern - Old - gray [Victoria]* Sentoaro or Centaur - female - July 11 - One-Ball Shirt - Sporty - Formal - red [Winnie] Makiba suta or Farm Suit - female - January 31 - Cow Print - Modern - Rock - colorful [???]**** Ansoni - male - May 22 - Blue Cavalry Shirt - Gorgeous - Sporty - beige [???]**** Okappi - male - January 10 - Speedway Shirt - Safe - Fancy - beige [???]**** Juri or Jury - male - March 15 - Twinkle Shirt - Gorgeous - Rock - aqua ************************* * [Kangaroos] Kangaru: * ************************* [Astrid] Kizzu - female - September 8 - Star Shirt - Rock - Modern - gray [Kitt] Appurike or Applique - female - October 11 - Blue Diamond Top - Formal - Sporty - beige [Mathilda] Azaraku - female - November 12 - U R Here Shirt - Rock - Traditional - black [???]**** Kanroku or Dignity - male - April 24 - Summer Jacket - Traditional - Modern - gray [???]* Shirubia or Sylvia - female - May 3 - Flowery Shirt - Gorgeous - Old - pink [???]**** Maiku or Mike - male - December 1 - Sport Team Jacket - Sporty - Modern - red [???]**** Maria - female - May 31 - Pink Tartan - Fancy - Rock - beige ************************* * [Koalas] Koara: * ************************* [Alice]* Meruborun or Melbourne - female - August 19 - Barber Shirt - Fancy - Gorgeous - purple [Melba]** Aderedo or Adelaide - female - April 12 - Green Tank Top - Safe - Crazy - green [Ozzie] Donguri or Acorn - male - May 7 - Giraffe Shirt - Traditional - Crazy - brown [Sydney] Shidoni or Sydney - female - June 21 - Big Dot Shirt - Traditional - Sporty - brown [Yuka] Yukari or Yuka - female - July 20 - Lemon Gingham - Modern - Crazy - white [???]**** Ozumondo or Osmond - male - October 12 - Club Shirt - Formal - Gorgeous - green [???]**** Kyanbera or Canberra - female - May 14 - Green Tank Top - Sporty - Traditional - orange [???]**** Rokki or Rocky - male - October 26 - Pleather Vest - Rock - Traditional - black ************************* * [Lions] Raion: * ************************* [Bud] Gura-san - male - August 8 - Flowery Shirt - Sporty - Modern - colorful [Elvis]** Kingu or King - male - July 23 - Royal Shirt - Gorgeous - Safe - gray [Mott]*** Rikku or Rick - male - July 10 - Blue Team Jacket - Traditional - Crazy - aqua [???]**** Asa - male - August 7 - Asian Shirt - Traditional - Gorgeous - red [???]**** Raioneru or Lionel - male - July 29 - Military Uniform - Old - Crazy - gray ************************* * [Mice] Nezumi: * ************************* [Anicotti] Razania or Lasagne - female - February 24 - Peachy Shirt - Crazy - Old - pink [Bella]* Izabera or Isabella - female - December 28 - Skull Shirt - Rock - Safe - black [Bettina]*** Maruko - female - June 12 - Chef's Outfit - Formal - Rock - white [Bree]* Sara - female - July 7 - Floral Knit - Formal - Old - white [Broccolo]* Burokkori or Broccoli - male - June 30 - Kiddie Shirt - Crazy - Traditional - colorful [Dora] Tome - female - February 18 - Sharp Outfit - Traditional - Crazy - purple [Limberg] Rakkyo or Rocky - male - October 17 - Subdued Print - Old - Formal - green [Moose]*** Pin - male - September 13 - Big Star Shirt - Crazy - Modern - yellow [Rizzo] Chorokichi - male - January 17 - Burglar's Shirt - Traditional - Modern - green [Rod]* Jan - male - August 14 - Zipper Shirt - Rock - Traditional - purple [Samson] Pisu - male - July 5 - Airy Shirt - Modern - Rock - colorful [???]**** Chizu or Cheese - male - December 15 - Tuxedo - Formal - Gorgeous - yellow [???]**** Chuko - female - February 5 - Pink Wave Shirt - Fancy - Traditional - pink [???]**** Fukuko - female - September 5 - Blossom Shirt - Traditional - Sporty - purple ************************* * [Monkeys] Saru: * ************************* [Elise]** Monko - female - March 21 - Gumdrop Shirt - Formal - Old - colorful [Monty]** Sarumontei - male - December 7 - Blue Pinstripe - Traditional - Formal - blue [Nana]** Chicchi or Cheech - female - August 23 - Bubble Gum Shirt - Fancy - Traditional - colorful [Simon]** Etekichi - male - January 19 - Red Bar Shirt - Sporty - Formal - colorful [Tammi]** Eipuriru or April - female - April 1 - New Spring Shirt - Crazy - Modern - brown [???]**** Sasuke - male - November 21 - Happi Coat - Sporty - Modern - yellow [???]**** Sheri or Sherry - female - April 10 - Silk Bloom Shirt - Fancy - Traditional - beige [???]**** Deri or Derry - male - May 24 - Blue Diamond Top - Traditional - Crazy - purple ************************* * [Octopi] Tako: * ************************* [Marina]* Takorina or Tacorena - female - June 26 - Bubble Gum Shirt - Formal - Sporty - pink [Octavian] Okutarou - male - September 20 - Big Star Shirt - Formal - Sporty - red [???]**** Takoya - male - March 8 - Flan Shirt - Formal - Sporty - yellow ************************* * [Ostriches] Dachou: * ************************* [Gladys]* Chitose or Millennium - female - January 15 - Misty Shirt - Traditional - Modern - green [Queenie] Takyu - female - November 13 - Amethyst Shirt - Gorgeous - Safe - black [???]**** Kein or Cain - male - November 27 - Dawn Shirt - Traditional - Modern - blue [???]**** Shinobu - female - December 21 - Straw Shirt - Formal - Modern - white [???]**** Tokio or Tokyo - male - September 23 - Lotus Shirt - Modern - Formal - red [???]**** Hinoko or Sparks - female - April 22 - Flame Shirt - Gorgeous - Traditional - yellow [???]**** Furara - female - February 9 - Gumdrop Shirt - Modern - Old - pink ************************* * [Penguins] Penguin: * ************************* [Aurora] Orora or Aurora - female - January 27 - Pink Tartan - Formal - Gorgeous - pink [Boomer] Shoi - male - February 7 - Explorer Shirt - Old - Modern - brown [Cube] Bisu or Screw - male - January 29 - Big Dot Shirt - Fancy - Formal - colorful [Friga] Saburina or Sabrina - female - October 16 - Picnic Shirt - Gorgeous - Sporty - pink [Gwen] Pora or Polar - female - January 23 - Melon Gingham - Gorgeous - Crazy - purple [Hopper] Daruman or Dalman - male - April 6 - Dragon Shirt - Rock - Modern - yellow [Iggly]*** Norimaki - male - November 2 - Red Bar Shirt - Safe - Traditional - blue [Puck] Hokke or Hockey - male - February 21 - BB Shirt - Sporty - Traditional - blue [Roald] Penta - male - January 5 - Cafe Shirt - Safe - Modern - orange [???]**** Furappe or Frappe - female - February 20 - Icy Shirt - Fancy - Traditional - aqua [???]**** Boruto or Bolt - male - October 6 - Blue Sport Jacket - Rock - Formal - purple [???]**** Reira or Leila - female - September 2 - Fiendish Shirt - Gorgeous - Modern - purple ************************* * [Pigs] Buta: * ************************* [Cobb] Hakase or Expert - male - October 7 - Racer Shirt - Formal - Rock - gray [Curly] Hamukatsu or Ham Sandwich - male - July 26 - Green Bar Shirt - Safe - Gorgeous - red [Gala]*** Tameko - female - March 5 - Daisy Shirt - Fancy - Rock - pink [Hugh] Kucchane - male - December 30 - Jade Check Print - Modern - Formal - blue [Lucy] Rushi or Lucy - female - June 2 - Natty Shirt - Fancy - Modern - orange [Peggy]* Chieri or Celi - female - May 23 - Blue Stripe Knit - Sporty - Formal - blue [Rasher] Gureo - male - April 7 - Rugby Shirt - Rock - Safe - black [Spork] Poku or Pork - September 3 - Jade Check Print - Safe - Traditional - green [Truffles] Tonko - female - July 28 - Fern Shirt - Fancy - Traditional - pink [???]**** Agunesu or Agnes - female - April 21 - Dazed Shirt - Rock - Old - white [???]**** Inocchi - male - April 26 - Mischievous Student Shirt - Sporty - Formal - orange [???]**** Tonfan - male - October 13 - Red Cavalry Shirt - Gorgeous - Safe - gray [???]**** Buritoni or Brittany - female - November 14 - Ribbon Blouse - Modern - Old - yellow ************************* * [Rabbits] Usagi: * ************************* [Bunnie] Ririan or Lillian - female - May 9 - Jade Check Print - Fancy - Traditional - pink [Carmen]*** Choko or Choco - female - January 6 - Mint Gingham Top - Modern - Sporty - brown [Chrissy]* Kurisuchinu or Christine - female - August 28 - Light Polka Shirt - Fancy - Traditional - pink [Coco] Yayoi - female - March 1 - Dawn Shirt - Traditional - Gorgeous - beige [Doc] Tobio - male - March 16 - Vertigo Shirt - Formal - Crazy - aqua [Dotty] Masa - female - March 14 - Blue Check Shirt - Modern - Formal - black [Francine]* Furansowa or Francois - female - January 22 - Dark Polka Shirt - Gorgeous - Old - blue [Gabi] Pechika - female - December 16 - Waffle Shirt - Gorgeous - Formal - brown [Gaston] Mosakichi - male - October 28 - Swell Shirt - Crazy - Safe - green [Genji] Genji - male - January 21 - Misty Shirt - Traditional - Safe - green [O'Hare] Santosu or Santos - male - July 24 - Blue Aloha Shirt - Modern - Gorgeous - orange [Pippy] Rotta - female - June 14 - Mint Gingham Top - Safe - Crazy - pink [Ruby]** Runa or Luna - female - December 25 - Bunny Shirt - Modern - Rock - yellow [Snake] Momochi - male - November 3 - Zipper Shirt - Sporty - Modern - black [Tiffany]* Bazure - female - January 9 - Spiderweb Shirt - Rock - Formal - red [???]**** Amamin - male - August 10 - Citrus Shirt - Modern - Rock - black [???]**** Mimi(i) or Mimi - female - March 3 - Chocomint Shirt - Fancy - Old - white [???]**** Mirako - female - July 6 - Red Zap Suit - Rock - Safe - yellow ************************* * [Rhinos] Sai: * ************************* [Rhonda]** Yumeko - female - January 24 - Bodice - Gorgeous - Traditional - white [Tank] Kurubushi or Ankle - male - May 6 - No. 1 Shirt - Rock - Modern - green [???]**** Osai - female - May 28 - Sailor's Uniform - Rock - Safe - purple [???]**** Pati or Patty - female - March 19 - Chef's Uniform - Formal - Crazy - beige ************************* * [Sheep] Hitsuji: * ************************* [Baabara] Torowa - female - March 28 - Purple Tie-Dye - Gorgeous - Crazy - brown [Eunice] Moheya or Mohair - female - April 3 - Red Grid Shirt - Safe - Gorgeous - black [Vesta] Meriyasu or Knitting - female - April 16 - Fall Plaid Shirt - Old - Rock - orange [Wendy]*** Mizore or Sleet - female - August 15 - Watermelon Shirt - Crazy - Old - white [Willow]* Mari or Marie - female - November 26 - Bad Plaid Shirt - Fancy - Old - white [???]**** Wendi or Wendy - female - July 16 - Reggae Shirt - Crazy - Formal - yellow [???]* Karurosu or Carlos - male - May 8 - Reggae Shirt - Rock - Modern - yellow [???]**** Jupetti or Gippetti - male - April 19 - Dawn Shirt - Crazy - Safe - colorful [???]**** Tsukasa or Official - female - October 21 - Giraffe Shirt - Gorgeous - Traditional - brown [???]**** Furiru or Frill - female - February 14 - Natty Shirt - Gorgeous - Safe - black ************************* * [Squirrels] Risu: * ************************* [Agent S]* 2Gou - female - July 2 - No. 2 Shirt - Sporty - Old - black [Blaire] Shiruetto or Silhouette - female - July 3 - Peachy Shirt - Formal - Crazy - orange [Caroline] Kyarorain or Caroline - female - July 15 - Gelato Shirt - Fancy - Traditional - colorful [Filbert] Rikki or Ricky - male - June 3 - Checkered Shirt - Safe - Gorgeous - green [Mint] Minto or Mint - female - May 2 - Gumdrop Shirt - Formal - Crazy - blue [Nibbles] Garigari - female - July 19 - Watermelon Shirt - Fancy - Rock - brown [Peanut] Momoko - female - June 8 - Beatnik Shirt - Fancy - Old - red [Pecan] Rebekka or Rebecca - female - September 10 - Red Check Shirt - Formal - Sporty - red [Poppy]*** Gumi or Gummy - female - August 5 - Rally Shirt - Modern - Crazy - green [Ricky] Kajirou - male - September 14 - Three-Ball Shirt - Traditional - Gorgeous - aqua [Sally] Paseri or Parsley - female - September 4 - Ladybug Shirt - Formal - Sporty - green [Sally/Hazel] Rarami - female - June 19 - Icy Shirt - Formal - Crazy - yellow [Static] Supaku or Spark - male - July 9 - Melon Shirt - Rock - Fancy - black [???]**** Airisu or Iris - female - August 30 - Red Warm-up Suit - Traditional - Gorgeous - orange [???]**** Kurisu or Chris - male - February 26 - Tiger Team Jacket - Rock - Modern - orange [???]**** Jun or June - male - September 29 - Denim Jacket - Gorgeous - Crazy - aqua ************************* * [Tigers] Tora: * ************************* [Bangle] Ruzu or Loose - female - August 27 - Pop Bloom Shirt - Gorgeous - Safe - orange [Rolf] Chomoran - male - August 22 - Bubble Shirt - Traditional - Gorgeous - yellow [Rowan] Gomesu or Gomez - male - August 26 - Aqua Polka Shirt - Rock - Crazy - yellow [???]**** Koyuki or Light Snow - female - December 13 - Red Puffy Vest - Modern - Traditional - white [???]* Hyouta - male - May 15 - Three-Ball Shirt - Sporty - Formal - orange [???]**** Maririn or Marilyn - female - November 22 - Spring Shirt - Gorgeous - Old - purple ************************* * [Wolves] Ookami: * ************************* [Chief] Chifu or Chief - male - December 19 - Red Bar Shirt - Traditional - Gorgeous - gray [Fang] Shiberia or Siberia - male - December 18 - Icy Shirt - Formal - Fancy - beige [Freya] Tsundora or Tundra - female - December 14 - Deer Shirt - Rock - Modern - black [Lobo] Bunzurou - male - November 5 - Checkered Shirt - Old - Formal - black [Whitney]** Bianka or Bianca - female - September 17 - Floral Knit - Gorgeous - Sporty - purple [Wolfgang] Robo or Lobo - male - November 25 - Gracie's Top - Modern - Gorgeous - black [???]**** Rikarudo or Ricardo - male - December 6 - Pleather Vest - Rock - Gorgeous - gray [???]**** Riri(i) or Lily - female - March 24 - Spring Shirt - Fancy - Crazy - aqua * Villagers first introduced in Doubutsu no Mori e+ via e-Reader card ** Villagers first introduced in Oide yo Doubutsu no Mori *** Villagers first introduced in Machi e Ikouyo Doubutsu no Mori **** Villagers first introduced in Tobidase Doubutsu no Mori  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 26) VILLAGER PERSONALITIES ****************************************************************************** In Tobidase Doubutsu no Mori, there are eight different villager personalities in the game: Males: ...A) [Jock] hakihaki (oira) - normally awake 7am to Midnight ...B) [???] kiza (boku) - normally awake 8:30am to 2am ...C) [Lazy] bonyari (boku) - normally awake 9am to 11pm ...D) [Cranky] kowai (ore) - normally awake 10:00am to 4:00am Females: ...E) [Normal] futsuu (watashi) - normally awake 6am to Midnight ...F) [Peppy] genki (atai) - normally awake 9am to 1am ...G) [Snooty] otona (atashi) - normally awake 9:30am to 2am ...H) [???] aneki (uchi) - normally awake 11am to 3am Here are the TDnM personalities for the 333 animals: Males ------------------------------------------------------------ Species A Jock B [???] kiza C Lazy D Cranky ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Anteater Antonio [?] Antonio Cyrano ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Bear Teddy [?] Kumarosu Nate Chow [?] Beard Curt Grizzly Groucho ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Bearcub Kody Chester Vladimir Poncho Pudge Stitches [?] Nisshi ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Bird Jay [?] Jockey Anchovy Jitters [?] Masukarasu [?] Chunnosuke [?] Fumitarou ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Cat Kid Cat Bob Kabuki Stinky Moe Punchy [?] Chas Tom ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Cattle [?] Tecchan Rodeo Angus T-Bone [?] Norman ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Chicken Goose [?] Kurobee Benedict Knox Egbert ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Crocodile [?] Hyde Alfonso Del [?] Tatsuo ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Deer [?] Takeru [?] Tomson [?] Chuck [?] Blues [?] Nelson [?] Peter ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Dog Mac [?] Hachi Biskit Butch Scoot [?] Bob Bones Lucky Marcel Walker ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Duck Bill [?] Takkun Derwin Scoot Drake Joey ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Eagle Pierce [?] Frank Apollo Sterling Avery [?] Haruku ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Elephant Axel Big Top Dizzy [?] Hajime ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Frog Cousteau [?] Henry Jeremiah Camofrog Drift Prince Wart Jr Frobert [?] Taishi Ribbot ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Goat [?] Yasao Gruff ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Gorilla Boone [?] Sunairu Al Cesar Peewee ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Hamster [?] Hamusuke [?] Graham [?] Dogurou [?] Hamuji [?] Jimmy ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Hippo Biff [?] Dibiddo Harry Rocco ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Horse Buck Ed Clyde Roscoe [?] Ansoni Elmer [?] Jury [?] Okappi ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Kangaroo [?] Kanroku [?] Mike ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Koala Osmond [?] Rocky Ozzie ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Lion Bud [?] Lionel Elvis Mott [?] Asa ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Monkey [?] Sasuke Simon Monty [?] Derry ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Mouse Moose [?] Cheese Broccolo Limberg Rod Rizzo Samson ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Octopus [?] Takoya Octavian ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Ostrich [?] Cain [?] Tokyo ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Penguin Iggly [?] Bolt Boomer Hopper Roald Cube Puck ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Pig Cobb [?] Tonfan Hugh Rasher Curly Spork [?] Inocchi ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Rabbit Genji O'Hare Doc Gaston Snake [?] Amamin ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Rhino Tank ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Sheep [?] Carlos [?] Jupetti ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Squirrel [?] Chris [?] June Filbert Ricky Static ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Tiger Rowan Rolf [?] Hyouta ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Wolf [?] Ricardo Chief Fang Lobo Wolfgang Females ------------------------------------------------------------ Species E Normal F Peppy G Snooty H [???] aneki ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Anteater [?] Miyabi Anabelle Pango ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Bear Pinky [?] Charmy Tutu [?] Rachel ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Bearcub Maple Bluebear [?] Anessa Pekoe Cheri ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Bird Midge Twiggy Robin ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Cat Kiki Felicity Ankha [?] Choi Lolly Merry Kitty Mitzi Rosie Monique Tabby Olivia Tangy Purrl ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Cattle Patty Tipper [?] Hanako ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Chicken Ava Becky [?] Cassandra ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Crocodile [?] Alligetti Alli ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Deer [?] Doremi [?] Natalie [?] Jessica [?] Nadia ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Dog Daisy Cookie Portia [?] Hanna Goldie ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Duck Deena Freckles Gloria [?] Kamomi Pate Maelle Pompom Mallary Miranda ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Eagle [?] Tiffany Amelia ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Elephant Margie Eloise [?] Tina Opal ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Frog Jambette Puddles Gigi [?] Aida Lily ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Goat Chevre Velma [?] Barbara Nan ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Gorilla Violet [?] 4Gou ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Hamster [?] Yukimi [?] Apple [?] Shanti ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Hippo Bertha Bubbles ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Horse Peaches Victoria Annalise Savannah Winnie ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Kangaroo Kitt Astrid [?] Sylvia [?] Maria Mathilda ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Koala Alice Yuka [?] Canberra Melba Sydney ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Lion ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Monkey Nana Tammi Elise [?] Sherry ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Mouse Bettina Anicotti Bree Dora Bela [?] Fukuko [?] Chuko ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Octopus Marina ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Ostrich Gladys [?] Furara Queenie [?] Hinoko [?] Shinobu ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Penguin Aurora [?] Frappe Friga [?] Leila Gwen ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Pig Gala Peggy [?] Brittany [?] Agnes Lucy Truffles ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Rabbit Coco Bunnie Francine [?] Mirako Carmen Tiffany Chrissy Dotty Gabi Pippy Ruby [?] Mimi ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Rhino Rhonda [?] Osai [?] Patty ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Sheep Eunice Wendy Baabara [?] Wendy Vesta Willow [?] Frill [?] Tsukasa ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Squirrel Caroline Agent S Blaire [?] Iris Poppy Nibbles Mint Sally Peanut Pecan Sally/Hazel ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Tiger Bangle [?] Marilyn [?] Koyuki ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Wolf [?] Lily Freya Whitney  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 27) VILLAGER INTERACTIONS ****************************************************************************** A maximum of ten animal villagers can reside in your town. The tenth villager will be one you met either in another town or at the Campground. Villagers may shake trees, plant flowers, and/or water flowers. They can even pull weeds! Villagers can "barge" into your house while you are inside. You cannot move, take, or place furniture while they are visiting. You may see villagers fishing; they don't seem to want to talk much. Villagers may applaud if they witness you successfully catching a fish or insect. Villagers may also applaud after you play an instrument in their house. You can enter a villager's house to find that another villager is also visiting. When in a villagers house, you may find an item inside their storage device. After closing the storage device, the villager may ask you whether you would like to have the item. Occasionally, you can enter a villager's house to find them ill. Bring them up to three doses, one per day, of Medicine bought from [???] Mametsubu's to cure them. A villager will mail you an invitation about a week before their birthday. That will give you enough time to get them a special birthday present. Try getting clothing of their favorite Visual Impression or something of their favorite Color. Buy Wrapping Paper at [???] Mametsubu's to wrap it. On a villager's birthday, they will be hosting a party in their house from 6am to Midnight, attended by one other villager. Stop by to wish them, "Happy Birthday," and give them a birthday present. You may get a return present from the villager in the mail. Villagers can see you, make a recognition Reaction (four white marks with bell chime), and run up to you to wait for a Special Conversation. Speak to the villager and experience one of the following: 1) The villager can give you advice or information, like details about a Special Visitor. 2) The villager can offer to buy an item that is currently in your pockets or offer to sell you an item. 3) The villager can add an item to your Public Works list. 4) The villager can ask you to change their catchphrase or their greeting. 5) The villager can ask your opinion about them moving out of town on a specified date. (The first response says you don't want them to move away.) 6) The villager can gossip about other players. 7) The villager can give you a new nickname. 8) The villager can ask you to enter a conversation to settle a dispute. 9) The villager can react to you catching a Flea on them. Here are examples of requests made by villagers: 1) Villagers can ask you to bring them fish or insects. They might specify that they want freshwater fish or saltwater fish. They might ask for a general type of insect, like "butterfly." 2) Villagers can ask you to bring them any type of fruit or a specific type of fruit. They may ask you to bring them "delicious" fruit. 3) Occasionally you can find an otoshimono, or "thing inadvertently dropped and lost," in your town. It can take the form of a an aqua-colored bag, a book, a mitten, or a paper bag. Speak to your villagers in order to return the item to it's owner. You can also check with [Copper] Omawari-san A {Gyeongchalgwan A} or [Booker] Omawari-san B {Gyeongchalgwan B} to see if it belongs to them. 4) Villagers may ask you to bury a Time Capsule. After you dig a hole, select the Time Capsule from your letter inventory to bury it. The next day, the ground "X" will disappear. After two weeks, three weeks, or 30 days, it will reappear. Dig up the Time Capsule, and return it to the villager. 5) Villagers can ask you to circulate a petition for signatures. They may ask for six signatures from another town. 6) They may ask you to deliver a green-ribbon-wrapped present to another villager. You can open the present and take the item, but you may make your villager angry. The recipient may ask you to guess what type of item (e.g., furniture, clothing, etc.) is in the present. The recipient may even offer to sell you the present, unopened! 7) Villagers can ask to visit you in your home or to visit them in their home. They might ask you to schedule a time in the future. Or, they will follow you, all through town, as you lead them either to your home or their home. 8) Villagers may ask you to find another villager and escort them to the first villager's house. 9) Villagers can ask you to play hide-and-seek. 10) Villagers may ask you to give them a certain type of furniture, like a table or a chair or may ask you for furniture of a certain size. They can even ask you to bring them furniture that can be placed on top of a table. Villagers can give you a random item, like furniture, an insect, a fish, a seafood, a gyroid, or a fossil. To annoy villagers (reduce friendship): 1) Push them around for five seconds (or until they get angry). 2) Hit them three times with the Blip Blop Hammer. 3) Accept their request, then fail or refuse to fulfill it. 4) Give them garbage as a present on their birthday. 5) When they ask for "delicious" fruit, give them "worm-eaten" fruit instead.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 28) ANIMAL PICS ****************************************************************************** You can receive a framed memento from your animal friends! Keep your relationship good and they will give you their picture one day. They may even give you more than one! Talking to your villager daily, writing them letters, and performing errands for them all help keep a relationship good. Try this "trick" when writing letters: type "a ri ga to u" (the Japanese word for "thank you") on the first line, and type "to mo da chi" (the Japanese word for "friend") on the next three to five lines. This typically gets a written response from the villager. If you attach a present to the letter (try something that matches the villagers favorite Visual Impression or Color), you may receive something attached to the villager's reply. If you are playing the Korean version, try typing "goma-wo" (the Korean word for "thank you" (familiar)) on the first line, and typing "chingu" (the Korean word for "friend") on the next three to five lines. The pics do not appear in the catalog, and they are worth only 10 bells when sold at R. Parkers. There are three ways to receive a villager's pic: 1) Receive it directly from the villager as a reward for fulfilling a request: a) retrieving a rare insect b) obtaining six signatures from another town for a petition c) curing illness with Medicine d) return an otoshimono or "thing inadvertently dropped and lost" 2) Receive it in a letter from the villager after they move out of town. a) "friendship" must be high 3) April Fool's Day a) correctly identify imposter Press the "A" button while viewing an animal pic to read a message on the back. In addition to the 333 animal villagers, you can also receive the following pics: [Blanca's Pic] Ayashii neko no shashin - correctly identify all April Fool's Day imposters [Jingle's Pic] Jinguru no shashin - correctly deliver all Christmas Eve presents [K.K. Slider's Pic] Totakeke no shashin - attend 20 Saturday nights (arrives attached to a letter) [Zipper's Pic] Pyontarou no shashin - Bunny Day (Large Bunny Foil) [???] Maiko no shashin - random item after escorting her to another town [Don's Pic] Raketto-san no shashin - after four visits to the RMC [Resetti's Pic] Risetto-san no shashin - after four visits to the RMC You cannot get any other working animal's pic, like [Sable's] Asami's, [Brewster's] Master's, or [Celeste's] Fuko's.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 29) CAMPERS ****************************************************************************** If you build the Campground Public Work in your town, you can have animals visit your town! They will randomly show up at the Campground either in a tent (spring, summer, and autumn) or in an igloo (winter), depending on the season. You'll have a chance to meet them, talk to them, play games with them, and possibly have them move into your town as your 10th villager. The games they play are similar to those played in prior versions of the game: 1) Decisiveness Game: Choose one out of five different items offered, in sequence, for a price. If you don't choose one of the first four, you have to buy the fifth item. 2) Cheaply Buy Game: Win a best-two-out-of-three guessing game (left or right hand, Peach or Apple fruit, etc.) or a choose-three-cards-numbered-1-to-9 game to pay a low price (perhaps zero) for a named item. Pay a high price if you lose. 3) Amount of Money to Sell Game: Win a best-two-out-of-three guessing game or pick-a-number-between-1-and-8 or pick-a-card-suit to sell an item in your pockets for a high price. If you lose, sell the item for a low price (perhaps zero). Here are the items initially available only from igloo campers and their catalog price: ...[???] kunsei mashin or Smoking Machine - 3,000 ...[???] kofferu or Portable Stove - 1,200 ...[???] shichirin or Earthen Charcoal Brazier - 2,800 ...[Campfire] takibi - 1,360 ...[Chowder] nabe - 960 Here are the items initially available only from tent campers and their catalog price: ...[Kayak] kayakku - 3,460 ...[Bonfire] kyanpu faia - 2,240 ...[Propane Stove] keitai konro - 1,470 ...[Surfboard] safubodo - 1,400 ...[Sleeping Bag] shurafu - 1,960 ...[Backpack] bakkupaku - 1,980 ...[???] hangou or Campfire - 800  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 30) WORKING AT THE CAFE ****************************************************************************** After purchasing seven cups of coffee, either while sitting at the front counter or via takeout at the right counter, [Brewster] Master {Maseuteo} will mention that you can work part-time fulfilling coffee orders. Speak to [Brewster] Master {Maseuteo} at the right counter between 11am and 11pm to do some part-time work! Coffee requests consist of three orders: which coffee, how much milk, and how much sugar. The possible choices are as follows: 1) Coffee ...a. burendo or Blend ...b. moka or Mocha ...c. kirimanjaro or Kilimanjaro ...d. buru maunten or Blue Mountain 2) Milk ...a. tappuri or Plenty ...b. sokosoko or Ordinary amount ...c. choppiri or Little ...d. irenai or None 3) Sugar ...a. 3 ...b. 2 ...c. 1 ...d. irenai or None While working, four customers will place requests. Usually, three of your villagers will step up to the counter, followed by one working villager. Eventually, animals who don't live in your town will show up to buy coffee! In the beginning, customers will usually give you one clue about their orders. They will tell you which coffee they want, how much milk, or how much sugar. You will have to guess about the rest of their orders. Unless, that is, you've served them before. The "trick" is to remember the customer's orders from either past requests or from prior conversations. (If you happen to enter the Cafe and find one of your villagers sitting at the counter, speak to them and they may reveal how they like their coffee.) Eventually, customers will stop giving clues and ask for "the usual." Your player will make the Bashful Reaction when you get your customer's request fully correct (all three orders). Enjoy as the customer lavishes you with compliments! Depending on how well you satisfy the four customers, [Brewster] Master {Maseuteo} will give you one of the following as "payment" (plus the amount you can get if you sell it at R. Parkers): ...[???] futsuu no kohi mame or Ordinary Coffee Beans - 500 (0, 1, 2, 3, or 4 orders correct) ...[???] yoi no kohi mame or Good Coffee Beans - 1,000 (5, 6, or 7 orders correct) ...[???] totemo yoi no kohi mame or Very Good Coffee Beans - 2,000 (8, 9, 10, 11, or 12 orders correct) Also, as you satisfy more and more customers, [Brewster] Master {Maseuteo} will give you these items, available only from him: ...[Coffee Maker] kohi maka (after 16 correct orders) ...[Espresso Machine] esupuresso mashin (after 32 correct orders) ...[Siphon] saifon (after 48 correct orders) ...[???] kohi kappu or Coffee Cup (after 64 correct orders) ...[???] shuga & miruku or Sugar & Milk (after 80 correct orders) ...[???] kohi miru or Coffee Mill (after 96 correct orders) ...[???] kafe no sai fuku or Cafe Uniform (after 128 correct orders) ...[???] noppo masuta haniwa or Tall Brewsteroid (after 160 correct orders) ...[???] nami masuta haniwa or Brewsteroid (after 192 correct orders) ...[???] chibi masuta haniwa or Mini Brewsteroid (after 224 correct orders) ...[???] deka masuta haniwa or Mega Brewsteroid (after 255 correct orders) Here is the list of working villagers and their orders: [Kapp'n] Kappei - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; None [Gracie] Grace - Blend; None; None [???] Kent - Blue Mountain; None; None [Tortimer] Kotobuki - Kilimanjaro; Ordinary; 2 [Dr. Shrunk] Shisho - Mocha; Little; 2 [Isabelle] Shizue - Mocha; Plenty; 3 [Kicks] Shank - Mocha; None; 1 [Tom Nook] Tanukichi - Kilimanjaro; Plenty; 1 [K.K. Slider] DJ K.K. - Blend; None; None [Phineas] Paronchino - Kilimanjaro; Plenty; 3 [Pete] Pelio - Blend; Ordinary; 2 [Pelly] Peliko - Blend; Little; 1 [Phyllis] Pelimi - Kilimanjaro; None; None [Don] Mr. Racket - Blend; None; 3 [Resetti] Mr. Reset - Blue Mountain; None; None For resident villagers below, notice that their milk order corresponds to their sugar order. In other words, when a villager asks for "sokosoko" or Ordinary milk (the second response), they will also ask for "2" sugars (the second response). Similarly, when they ask for no milk, they will also want no sugar. Here is the list of villagers and their orders: ************************* * [Anteaters] Arikui: * ************************* [Anabelle] Arumi - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [Antonio] Makoto - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [Cyrano] Sakurajima - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [Pango] Patora - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [???] Antonio - Blend; none; none [???] Miyabi - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 ************************* * [Bears] Kuma: * ************************* [Chow] Chauyan - Blend; Ordinary; 2 [Curt] Gantetsu - Mocha; none; none [Grizzly] Mu - Blend; Ordinary; 2 [Groucho] Kuro - Blend; Ordinary; 2 [Nate] Bakkasu - Mocha; none; none [Pinky] Tantan - Blend; Ordinary; 2 [Teddy] Taiheita - Blend; Ordinary; 2 [Tutu] Rennyuu - Blend; Ordinary; 2 [???] Kumarosu - Blue Mountain; Little; 1 [???] Chami - Kilimanjaro; Plenty; 3 [???] Beado - Blue Mountain; Little 1 [???] Reicheru - Kilimanjaro; Plenty; 3 ************************* * [Bearcubs] Koguma: * ************************* [Bluebear] Gurumin - Mocha; Plenty; 3 [Cheri] Aserora - Mocha; Plenty; 3 [Chester] Panta - Blend; Little; 1 [Kody] Aidaho - Mocha; Plenty; 3 [Maple] Mepuru - Kilimanjaro; Ordinary; 2 [Pekoe] Jasumin - Kilimanjaro; Ordinary; 2 [Poncho] Poncho - Mocha; Plenty; 3 [Pudge] Kinzou - Blend; Little; 1 [Stitches] Pacchi - Blend; Little; 1 [Vladimir] Gabi - Mocha; Plenty; 3 [???] Anessa - Blend; Little; 1 [???] Nisshi - Blue Mountain; none; none ************************* * [Birds] Tori: * ************************* [Anchovy] Anchobi - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 [Jay] Tsubakuro - Kilimanjaro; none; none [Jitters] Jinyo - Kilimanjaro; none; none [Midge] Uzumaki - Blend; Plenty; 3 [Robin] Pachiku - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 [Twiggy] Pichiku - Kilimanjaro; none; none [???] Jokki - Blend; Plenty; 3 [???] Chunnosuke - Blend; Plenty; 3 [???] Fumitarou - Blend; Plenty; 3 [???] Masukarasu - Blend; Plenty; 3 ************************* * [Cats] Neko: * ************************* [Ankha] Nairu - Kilimanjaro; none; none [Bob] Nikoban - Kilimanjaro; none; none [Felicity] Mikacchi - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 [Kabuki] Kabukichi - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 [Kid Cat] 1Gou - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 [Kiki] Kyabia - Mocha; Little; 1 [Kitty] Shokora - Kilimanjaro; none; none [Lolly] Ramune - Mocha; Little; 1 [Merry] Sacchi - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 [Mitzi] Maru - Mocha; Little; 1 [Moe] Jinpei - Kilimanjaro; none; none [Monique] Jen - Kilimanjaro; none; none [Olivia] Oribia - Kilimanjaro; none; none [Punchy] Binta - Kilimanjaro; none; none [Purrl] Tama - Kilimanjaro; none; none [Rosie] Buke - Mocha; Little; 1 [Stinky] Asekusa - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 [Tabby] Torako - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 [Tangy] Hyakupa - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 [Tom] Bantamu - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 [???] Chasu - Mocha; Little; 1 [???] Choi - Kilimanjaro; none; none ************************* * [Cattle] Ushi: * ************************* [Angus] Serubantesu - Kilimanjaro; none; none [Patty] Karupi - Kilimanjaro; Ordinary; 2 [Rodeo] Rodeo - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 [T-Bone] Borushichi - Kilimanjaro; none; none [Tipper] Makiba - Blue Mountain; none; none [???] Tecchan - Blend; Plenty; 3 [???] Noruman - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 [???] Hanako - Kilimanjaro; Ordinary; 2 ************************* * [Chickens] Nikutori: * ************************* [Ava] Domigura - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 [Becky] Aria - Mocha; Little; 1 [Benedict] Peshimichi - Mocha; Little; 1 [Egbert] Shimoyake - Mocha; Little; 1 [Goose] Kenta - Blend; Plenty; 3 [Knox] Kinkaku - Blend; Plenty; 3 [???] Kasandora - Blend; Plenty; 3 [???] Kurobee - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 ************************* * [Crocodiles] Wani: * ************************* [Alfonso] Aruberuto - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 [Alli] Kuroko - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 [Del] Yamato - Blend; none; none [???] Arigeti - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [???] Tatsuo - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [???] Haido - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 ************************* * [Deer] Shika: * ************************* [???] Jeshika - Blue Mountain; none; none [???] Takeru - Blend; Little; 1 [???] Chakku - Mocha; Plenty; 3 [???] Tomuson - Blend; Little; 1 [???] Doremi - Mocha; Plenty; 3 [???] Natari - Kilimanjaro; Ordinary; 2 [???] Nadia - Blue Mountain; none; none [???] Neruson - Blend; Little; 1 [???] Burusu - Blue Mountain; none; none [???] Peta - Mocha; Plenty; 3 ************************* * [Dogs] Inu: * ************************* [Biskit] Robin - Mocha; Ordinary 2 [Bones] Tomi - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 [Butch] Jon - Blend; none; none [Cookie] Perinu - Blend; none; none [Daisy] Banira - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 [Goldie] Kyarameru - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 [Lucky] Rakki - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 [Mac] Chanpu - Blend; none; none [Marcel] Monja - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 [Portia] Burenda - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 [Walker] Ben - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 [???] Hachi - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [???] Hanna - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 [???] Bobu - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 ************************* * [Ducks] Ahiru: * ************************* [Bill] Pitan - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [Deena] Marimo - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [Derwin] Bon - Blend; none; none [Drake] Foagura - Blend; none; none [Freckles] Maguro - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 [Gloria] Suwanson - Blend; none; none [Joey] Richado - Blend; none; none [Maelle] Annu - Blend; none; none [Mallary] Sumimomo - Blend; none; none [Miranda]* Miranda - Blend; none; none [Pate] Nakki - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 [Pompom] Norippe - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 [Scoot] Mamoru - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 [???] Kamomi - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 [???] Takkun - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 ************************* * [Eagles] Washi: * ************************* [Amelia] Andesu - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 [Apollo] Aporo - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [Avery] Kusukecha - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [Pierce] Sebasu-chan - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [Sterling] Ginkaku - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [???] Tifani - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 [???] Haruku - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [???] Furanku - Blend; none; none ************************* * [Elephants] Zou: * ************************* [Axel] Ekkusueru - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [Big Top] 3Gou - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 [Dizzy] Hyuji - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 [Eloise] Erefin - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 [Margie] Sari - Blend; none; none [Opal] Oparu - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 [???] Tina - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 [???] Hajime - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 ************************* * [Frogs] Kaeru: * ************************* [Camofrog] Furumetaru - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 [Cousteau] Harumaki - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 [Drift] Doku - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 [Frobert] Koji - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 [Gigi] Rinda - Kilimanjaro; none; none [Jambette] Esumeraruda - Mocha; Little; 1 [Jeremiah] Kuwatoro - Kilimanjaro; none; none [Lily] Reini - Mocha; Little; 1 [Prince] Karu - Kilimanjaro; none; none [Puddles] Choki - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 [Ribbot] Gacha - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 [Wart Jr] Samu - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 [???] Aida - Kilimanjaro; none; none [???] Taishi - Kilimanjaro; none; none [???] Henri - Mocha; Little; 1 ************************* * [Goats] Yagi: * ************************* [Chevre] Yuki - Blue Mountain; none; none [Gruff] Biri - Blend; Little; 1 [Nan] Sumi - Blue Mountain; none; none [Velma] Pitie - Mocha; Plenty; 3 [???] Babara - Mocha; Plenty; 3 [???] Yasao - Kilimanjaro; Ordinary; 2 ************************* * [Gorillas] Gorira: * ************************* [Al] Tamotsu - Mocha; Plenty; 3 [Boone] Mantarou - Blend; Little; 1 [Cesar] Aran - Blend; Little; 1 [Peewee] Danberu - Blend; Little; 1 [Violet] Uzume - Mocha; Plenty; 3 [???] 4Gou - Kilimanjaro; Ordinary; 2 [???] Sunairu - Blue Mountain; none; none ************************* * [Hamsters] Hamusuta: * ************************* [???] Appuru - Blend; Ordinary; 2 [???] Gurahamu - Blend; Ordinary; 2 [???] Jimi - Blend; Ordinary; 2 [???] Shanti - Kilimanjaro; Plenty; 3 [???] Dogurou - Mocha; none; none [???] Hamuji - Blue Mountain; Little; 1 [???] Hamusuke - Blend; Ordinary; 2 [???] Yukumi - Mocha; none; none ************************* * [Hippos] Kaba: * ************************* [Bertha] Anko - Kilimanjaro; Plenty; 3 [Biff] Gaburieru - Mocha; none; none [Bubbles] Chako - Mocha; none; none [Harry] Oriba - Mocha; none; none [Rocco] Gonsaresu - Mocha; none; none [???] Dibiddo - Kilimanjaro; Plenty; 3 ************************* * [Horses] Uma: * ************************* [Annalise] Shirubupure - Blend; Plenty; 3 [Buck] Vayashikofu - Mocha; Little; 1 [Clyde] Desuke - Blend; Plenty; 3 [Ed] Kiza no homare - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 [Elmer] Sabure - Blend; Plenty; 3 [Peaches] Dosako - Kilimanjaro; none; none [Roscoe] Shubarutsu - Mocha; Little; 1 [Savannah] Sabanna - Kilimanjaro; none; none [Victoria] Sentoaro - Mocha; Little; 1 [Winnie] Makiba suta - Mocha; Little; 1 [???] Ansoni - Kilimanjaro; none; none [???] Okappi - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 [???] Juri - Kilimanjaro; none; none ************************* * [Kangaroos] Kangaru: * ************************* [Astrid] Kizzu - Blue Mountain; Little; 1 [Kitt] Appurike - Blend; Ordinary; 2 [Mathilda] Azaraku - Blue Mountain; Little; 1 [???] Kanroku - Blue Mountain; Little; 1 [???] Shirubia - Mocha; none; none [???] Maiku - Blue Mountain; Little; 1 [???] Maria - Mocha; none; none ************************* * [Koalas] Koara: * ************************* [Alice]* Meruborun - Mocha; none; none [Melba] Aderedo - Mocha; none; none [Ozzie] Donguri - Kilimanjaro; Plenty; 3 [Sydney] Shidoni - Mocha; none; none [Yuka] Yukari - Kilimanjaro; Plenty; 3 [???] Ozumondo - Mocha; none; none [???] Kyanbera - Kilimanjaro; Plenty; 3 [???] Rokki - Mocha; none; none ************************* * [Lions] Raion: * ************************* [Bud] Gura-san - Blue Mountain; none; none [Elvis] Kingu - Blue Mountain; none; none [Mott] Rikku - Blue Mountain; none; none [???] Asa - Mocha; Plenty; 3 [???] Raioneru - Mocha; Plenty; 3 ************************* * [Mice] Nezumi: * ************************* [Anicotti] Razania - Mocha; none; none [Bella] Izabera - Mocha; none; none [Bettina] Maruko - Kilimanjaro; Plenty; 3 [Bree] Sara - Blend; Ordinary; 2 [Broccolo] Burokkori - Blend; Ordinary; 2 [Dora] Tome - Kilimanjaro; Plenty; 3 [Limberg] Rakkyo - Mocha; none; none [Moose] Pin - Mocha; none; none [Rizzo] Chorokichi - Mocha; none; none [Rod] Jan - Mocha; none; none [Samson] Pisu - Mocha; none; none [???] Chizu - Kilimanjaro; Plenty; 3 [???] Chuko - Kilimanjaro; Plenty; 3 [???] Fukuko - Mocha; none; none ************************* * [Monkeys] Saru: * ************************* [Elise] Monko - Blend; none; none [Monty] Sarumontei - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 [Nana] Chicchi - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [Simon] Etekichi - Blend; none; none [Tammi] Eipuriru - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 [???] Sasuke - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [???] Sheri - Blend; none; none [???] Deri - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 ************************* * [Octopi] Tako: * ************************* [Marina] Takorina - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 [Octavian] Okutarou - Blend; none; none [???] Takoya - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 ************************* * [Ostriches] Dachou: * ************************* [Gladys] Chitose - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 [Queenie] Takyu - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [???] Kein - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 [???] Shinobu - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 [???] Tokio - Blend; none; none [???] Hinoko - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [???] Furara - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 ************************* * [Penguins] Penguin: * ************************* [Aurora] Orora - Kilimanjaro; Ordinary; 2 [Boomer] Shoi - Blend; Little; 1 [Cube] Bisu - Blend; Little; 1 [Friga] Saburina - Blend; Little; 1 [Gwen] Pora - Blend; Little 1 [Hopper] Daruman - Mocha; Plenty; 3 [Iggly] Norimaki - Mocha; Plenty; 3 [Puck] Hokke - Blend; Little; 1 [Roald] Penta - Mocha; Plenty; 3 [???] Furappe - Kilimanjaro; Ordinary; 2 [???] Boruto - Kilimanjaro; Ordinary; 2 [???] Reira - Blend; Little; 1 ************************* * [Pigs] Buta: * ************************* [Cobb] Hakase - Blue Mountain; Little; 1 [Curly] Hamukatsu - Blue Mountain; Little; 1 [Gala] Tameko - Mocha; none; none [Hugh] Kucchane - Kilimanjaro; Plenty; 3 [Lucy] Rushi - Mocha; none; none [Peggy] Chieri - Blue Mountain; Little; 1 [Rasher] Gureo - Blue Mountain; Little; 1 [Spork] Poku - Kilimanjaro; Plenty; 3 [Truffles] Tonko - Blue Mountain; Little; 1 [???] Agunesu - Kilimanjaro; Plenty; 3 [???] Inocchi - Mocha; none; none [???] Tonfan - Mocha; none; none [???] Buritoni - Blue Mountain; Little; 1 ************************* * [Rabbits] Usagi: * ************************* [Bunnie] Ririan - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 [Carmen] Choko - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 [Chrissy] Kurisuchinu - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 [Coco] Yayoi - Mocha; Ordinary 2 [Doc] Tobio - Kilimanjaro; Little 1 [Dotty] Masa - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 [Francine] Furansowa - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [Gabi] Pechika - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 [Gaston] Mosakichi - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 [Genji] Genji - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 [O'Hare] Santosu - Blend; none; none [Pippy] Rotta - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 [Ruby] Runa - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 [Snake] Momochi - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 [Tiffany] Bazure - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [???] Amamin - Blend; none; none [???] Mimi(i) - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 [???] Mirako - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 ************************* * [Rhinos] Sai: * ************************* [Rhonda] Yumeko - Mocha; Plenty; 3 [Tank] Kurubushi - Blue Mountain; none; none [???] Osai - Kilimanjaro; Ordinary; 2 [???] Pati - Blend; Little; 1 ************************* * [Sheep] Hitsuji: * ************************* [Baabara] Torowa - Mocha; none; none [Eunice] Moheya - Blue Mountain; Little; 1 [Vesta] Meriyasu - Blue Mountain; Little; 1 [Wendy] Mizore - Blend; Ordinary; 2 [Willow] Mari - Mocha; none; none [???] Wendi - Mocha; none; none [???] Karurosu - Kilimanjaro; Plenty; 3 [???] Jupetti - Blue Mountain; Little; 1 [???] Tsukasa - Blend; Ordinary; 2 [???] Furiru - Mocha; none; none ************************* * [Squirrels] Risu: * ************************* [Agent S] 2Gou - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 [Blaire] Shiruetto - Blend; none; none [Caroline] Kyarorain - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [Filbert] Rikki - Blue Mountain; Plenty; 3 [Mint] Minto - Blend; none; none [Nibbles] Garigari - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 [Peanut] Momoko - Mocha; Ordinary; 2 [Pecan] Rebekka - Blend; none; none [Poppy] Gumi - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [Ricky] Kajirou - Kilimanjaro; Plenty; 3 [Sally] Paseri - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [Sally/Hazel] Rarami - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [Static] Supaku - Kilimanjaro; Ordinary; 2 [???] Airisu - Blend; none; none [???] Kurisu - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 [???] Jun - Kilimanjaro; Little; 1 ************************* * [Tigers] Tora: * ************************* [Bangle] Ruzu - Mocha; Little; 1 [Rolf] Chomoran - Mocha; Little; 1 [Rowan] Gomesu - Mocha; Little; 1 [???] Koyuki - Kilimanjaro; none; none [???] Hyouta - Mocha; Little; 1 [???] Maririn - Mocha; Little; 1 ************************* * [Wolves] Ookami: * ************************* [Chief] Chifu - Blend; Plenty; 3 [Fang] Shiberia - Blend; Plenty; 3 [Freya] Tsundora - Mocha; Little; 1 [Lobo] Bunzurou - Blend; Plenty; 3 [Whitney] Bianka - Mocha; Little; 1 [Wolfgang] Robo - Blend; Plenty; 3 [???] Rikarudo - Blue Mountain; Ordinary; 2 [???] Riri(i) - Kilimanjaro; none; none  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 31) SPECIAL VISITORS ****************************************************************************** This Special Visitor appears at fixed times: 1) [Joan] Kaburiba {Mupara} - Sundays from 6am to Noon These Special Visitors appear randomly, Monday through Saturday: 1) [Crazy Redd] Tsunekichi {Yeo-uk} 2) [Katrina] Hackemy {Machurilla} (only 'til the Fortune-Telling Mansion opens) 3) [Saharah] Rolland {Sahara} 4) [Gulliver] Johnny {Jyoni} 5) [Pete] Pelio {Pelli-o} This Special Visitor appears randomly if conditions are met: 1) [Gracie] Grace {Grace} - a minimum of 70,000 bells in transactions at [???] Home Center Mametsubu (and less than four successful Fashion Checks) These Special Visitors might appear when special conditions are met: 1) [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong} - the village has more than 50 weeds 2) [???] Maiko-chan {Mi-ya} - she accompanied another player to your town three days ago 3) [Phineas] Paronchino {Parontino} - you've met the requirements for a badge 4) [Pascal] Rakosuke {Haetalhan} - when you catch the first Scallop of the day Here are the menus for Special Visitors: [Joan] Kaburiba {Mupara} 1) What are you interested in today? ...a. Turnips ......i. What do you think? .........1. I'm buying! .........2. No, thanks. ...b. Explain turnips ...c. Never mind She appears wandering around town every Sunday from 6am to Noon. Each player can purchase Turnips in bundles of 10. Her price for Turnips is never less than 90 nor greater than 110. [Crazy Redd] Tsunekichi {Yeo-uk} His tent appears at the [Plaza] Hiroba. It is normally open from 10am to Midnight. There are four items for sale, but each player can purchase only one item. The purchased item, attached to a letter, arrives on the following day. [Katrina] Hackemy {Machurilla} 1) Do you want to spend 500 bells for a reading? ...a. Please! ...b. Not particularly Her tent appears at the [Plaza] Hiroba. It is normally open from 9am to 7pm. Each player can purchase a reading. In-game luck can increase or decrease in five different areas: ...1) Economic fortune ......a. UP .........i. amounts from Money Rock increase (to 200, 300, 500, 1000, 2000, 4000, 8000, and 16000) .........ii. amounts received in villager transactions increase .........iii. coins shaken from trees increase to 200 bells each ......b. DOWN .........i. amounts from Money Rock decrease (to 100, 100, 200, 300, 500, 1000, 2000, and 4000) .........ii. amounts received in villager transactions decrease .........iii. the number of coins shaken from trees decreases ...2) Friendship luck ......a. UP .........i. easier to increase friendship with same sex villagers .........ii. same sex villager special conversation more likely to occur ......b. DOWN .........i. harder to increase friendship with same sex villagers ...3) Love luck ......a. UP .........i. easier to increase friendship with opposite sex villagers .........ii. opposite sex villager special conversation more likely to occur ......b. DOWN .........i. harder to increase friendship with opposite sex villagers ...4) Item luck ......a. UP .........i. seashells reappear more frequently .........ii. [Saharah] Rolland {Sahara} exclusive items more likely to appear .........iii. various lottery success more likely .........iv. villagers selling items is more likely .........v. more likely to receive rare furniture from weeding challenge ......b. DOWN .........i. seashells reappear less frequently .........ii. [Saharah] Rolland {Sahara} exclusive items less likely to appear .........iii. various lottery success less likely .........iv. villagers selling items is less likely .........v. sound happens on occasion when sitting on a chair ...5) Health fate ......a. UP .........i. bee movement slower such that sting is less likely .........ii. mosquito sting less likely .........iii. jellyfish sting less likely ......b. DOWN .........i. occasionally trip and fall .........ii. bee movement quicker such that sting is more likely .........iii. jellyfish sting more likely Wearing the Lucky Item of clothes mentioned by [Katrina] Hackemy {Machurilla} in her reading (in blue text) will give you increased in-game luck until 11pm. [Saharah] Rolland {Sahara} 1) Do you want to spend 3,000 bells for new wallpaper AND carpeting? ...a. Yes ......i. Enter your house with [Saharah] Rolland {Sahara} following you ...b. Never mind He appears wandering around town between 6am and Midnight. You must have at least 3,000 bells in your pockets and at least two open spots in your pockets. Each player can have [Saharah] Rolland {Sahara} redecorate their house. Here is the list of the items available only from [Saharah] Rolland {Sahara}: ...[Chainlink Fence] akichi no kabe ...[???] uchuusen no kabe or Spaceship Wall ...[Sporty Wall] undokai no kabe ...[Ancient Wall] ejiputo na kabe ...[Office Wall] ofisu no kabe ...[Music-Room Wall] ongakushitsu no kabe ...[Tree-Lined Wall] gairoju no kabe ...[Classroom Wall] kyoushitsu no kabe ...[Meadow Vista] kougen na kabe ...[Western Vista] kouya no kabe ...[???] kouyou no kabe or Maple Wall ...[Concrete Wall] konkurito no kabe ...[Desert Vista] sabaku na kabe ...[???] sanchou no kabe or Summit Wall ...[Mortar Wall] shikkui no hei ...[Shoji Screen] shouji ...[Backgammon Wall] shoubu no kabe ...[Bathhouse Wall] sentou no kabe ...[Garden Wall] takegaki no kabe ...[Basement Wall] chikashitsu no kabe ...[Blue Tarp] buru shito kabe ...[Ringside Seating] puroresu no kabe ...[Lunar Horizon] hoshizora no kabe ...[???] matenrou no kabe or Skyscraper Wall ...[Sandlot] akichi no kabe ...[???] uchuusen no yuka or Spaceship Floor ...[Sporty Floor] undoukai no yuka ...[Ancient Tile] ejiputo na yuka ...[Office Flooring] ofisu no yuka ...[Bath Tile] ofuroba tairu no yuka ...[Music-Room Floor] ongakushitsu no yuka ...[Sand Garden] karesansui no yuka ...[Classroom Floor] kyoushitsu no yuka ...[Lunar Surface] getsumen no yuka ...[Western Desert] kouya no yuka ...[???] kouyou no yuka or Maple Floor ...[Mossy Carpet] kokeniwa no yuka ...[Concrete Floor] konkurito no yuka ...[Saharah's Desert] sabaku na yuka ...[Chessboard Rug] shoubu no yuka ...[Daisy Meadow] sougen no yuka ...[Tatami] tatami ...[Basement Floor] chikashitsu no yuka ...[Closed Road] hibiware ta douro ...[Boxing Ring Mat] puroresu no yuka ...[Sidewalk] hodou no yuka [Gulliver] Johnny {Jyoni} 1) Will you help me? ...a. I will help ......i. Which? .........1. Answer1 .........2. Answer2 .........3. Answer3 .........4. Answer4 ...b. Pardon, I'm in a hurry He appears washed up on your beach starting at 6am. Speak to him repeatedly to revive him. The following day, receive a letter from [Gulliver] Johnny {Jyoni} with an item attached. Only one player can revive [Gulliver] Johnny {Jyoni}. Here is the list of items available only from [Gulliver] Johnny {Jyoni}, their catalog price, and the "correct" answer you must choose to receive the item: ...[???] eazu rokku or Ayres Rock - 1,200 - Australia ...[Eiffel Tower] efferu tou - 4,000 - France ...[???] gaikotsu no okimono or Skeleton Ornament - 1,680 - Mexico ...[???] gaudi no rizado or Gaudy Lizard - 1,200 - Spain ...[???] kinderu daiku no fuusha or Kinder Dike Windmill - 1,200 - Holland ...[???] kurumiwari ningyou or Nutcracker Doll - 1,200 - Deutsche (Germany) ...[Pagoda] gojuu no tou - 5,120 - Nippon (Japan) ...[???] samugetan or Samgyetang - 1,200 - Kankoku (South Korea) ...[???] shitaru or Sitar - 1,200 - Indo (India) ...[???] shamurokkurokku or Shamrock Clock - 1,800 - Ireland ...[???] jiyuu no megami or Goddess of Liberty - 1,200 - America ...[Manneken Pis] shouben kozou - 5,200 - Belgium ...[Mouth of Truth] shinjitsu no kuchi - 7,600 - Italy ...[???] darahesuto or Dalahast - 1,200 - Sweden ...[???] tabesutori or Tapestry - 800 - Peru ...[???] chuuka na rantan or Chinese Lantern - 2,400 - Chuugoku (China) ...[???] toukutouku or Tuk-Tuk - 1,200 - Tai (Thailand) ...[???] dorimu kyaccha or Dream Catcher - 1,600 - Canada ...[Mermaid Statue] ningyozou - 7,600 - Denmark ...[???] bagupaipu or Bagpipes - 1,200 - Scotland ...[???] baruserosu no ondori or Barcelos Rooster - 1,200 - Portugal ...[???] biggu ben or Big Ben - 1,200 - Igirisu (United Kingdom) ...[???] fura dansu ningyou or Hula Dance Doll - 1,800 - Hawaii ...[Merlion] maraion - 9,200 - Singapore ...[Tribal Mask] majinai no kamen - 4,400 - Kenya ...[Matryoshka] matoryoshika - 3,920 - Russia ...[Mummy's Casket] miira no hitsugi - 4,400 - Egypt ...[Moai Statue] moai - 7,600 - Easter Island ...[???] ajia no boushi or Asian Hat - 1,200 - Vietnam ...[???] guradieta sandaru or Gladiator Sandals - 1,200 - Greece ...[???] koin choko or Chocolate Coin - N/A - consolation [Pete] Pelio {Pelli-o} He can appear, wandering your town, between 9am and 9:30am or between 5pm and 5:30pm. He might appear to let you know that a another player in town has a full mailbox. [Gracie] Grace {Grace} 1) Do you want a fashion check? ...a. Check! ...b. Theme, what is it? ...c. not yet She appears in the [Plaza] Hiroba from 6am until Midnight (or until a player receives a favorable Fashion Check). [Gracie] Grace {Grace} will specify a Visual Impression (Theme) for each player. The ten Visual Impressions are Crazy, Fancy, Formal, Gorgeous, Modern, Old, Rock, Safe, Sporty, and Traditional. Wear clothes of the specified Visual Impression to pass the Fashion Check. Wear 1) a hat, a helmet, or an accessory, 2) a dress or a top and bottom, and 3) shoes. Socks are optional. (If they don't match, take them off.) Don't wear any of these combinations: ...Crazy with Formal ...Crazy with Safe ...Formal with Rock ...Formal with Sporty ...Rock with Safe If the Fashion Check is successful, receive a [Gracie] Grace {Grace} exclusive item, either furniture or clothing. [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong} 1) Will you help to get rid of the weeds? ...a. Leave it to me! ...b. Wait a moment... Here is the list of items available only from [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong}: Group A (in own town, within 60 minutes) ...[???] kosumosu no senbuuki or Cosmos Fan ...[???] sumire no sukurin or Violet Screen ...[???] bara no sofa or Rose Sofa ...[???] yuri no rekodo pureya or Lily Record Player Group B (in other town, low probability) ...[???] ajisai no beddo or Hydrangea Bed ...[???] suzu ranpu or Jacob's Ladder Lamp ...[???] churippu no chesuto or Tulip Chest ...[???] tsutsuji no sutsuru or Azalea Stool ...[???] haibisukasu no kurokku or Hibiscus Clock ...[Bouquet] hanataba ...[???] panji no teburu or Pansy Table ...[???] himawari no konpo or Sunflower Player Group C (in other town, high probability) ...[???] oishii orenji or Delicious Orange ...[???] oishii sakuranbo or Delicious Cherry ...[???] oishii nashi or Delicious Pear ...[???] oishii momo or Delicious Peach ...[???] oishii ringo or Delicious Apple Group D (in other town, high probability) ...[???] orenji no kosumosu or Orange Cosmos Bag ...[???] kuroi kosumosu or Black Cosmos Bag ...[???] pinku no kosumosu or Pink Cosmos Bag ...[???] orenji no bara or Orange Rose Bag ...[???] pinku no bara or Pink Rose Bag ...[???] murasaki no bara or Purple Rose Bag ...[???] aoi panji or Blue Pansy Bag ...[???] aka kiiro panji or Orange Pansy Bag ...[???] murasaki no panji or Purple Pansy Bag ...[???] orenji no yuri or Orange Lily Bag ...[???] kuroi yuri or Black Lily Bag ...[???] pinku no yuri or Pink Lily Bag ...[???] orenji churippu or Orange Tulip Bag ...[???] kuroi churippu or Black Tulip Bag ...[???] pinku no churippu or Pink Tulip Bag ...[???] murasaki churippu or Purple Tulip Bag ...[???] aoi sumire or Blue Violet Bag Group E (in own town, alone, more than 60 minutes) ...[???] hiryou or Fertilizer [???] Maiko-chan {Mi-ya} 1) Will you escort me to another town? ...a. Yes ...b. Not now She appears wandering your town from 6am to 6am. Only one player can escort her to another town. On the day following a successful escort, receive a letter from [???] Maiko-chan {Mi-ya} with an item attached. Here is the list of items available only from [???] Maiko-chan {Mi-ya}: ...[???] sukecchibukku or Sketchbook ...[???] sekai chizu or World Map ...[Globe] chikyuugi ...[???] dejitaru foto furemu or Digital Photo Frame ...[???] toi kamera or Toy Camera ...[???] Maiko no shashin or Maiko Photo [Phineas] Paronchino {Parontino} 1) Would you like a badge? ...a. Please give me the badge! ...b. Uncle, what? ...c. Never mind He can appear, wandering around your town between 6am and Midnight. He gives you badges for the back of your [TPC] SoPaKa. [Pascal] Rakosuke {Haetalhan} 1) Will you give me it? ...a. Yes ...b. No He can appear after you catch a Scallop while diving. Trade the Scallop for an item from the Pirate Theme. Here is the list of items available only from [Pascal] Rakosuke {Haetalhan}: ...[Anchor] ikari ...[???] kaizoku no ken or Pirate Sword ...[???] kaizoku no hata or Pirate Flag ...[Helm] kaji ...[Ship Cannon] taihou ...[Barrel] taru ...[Keg] yokomuki no taru ...[Ship Compass] rashinban ...[???] retoro na bouenkyou or Retro Telescope ...[Sea View] oounabara no kabe ...[Ship Deck] kanpan no yuka  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 32) THE STALK MARKET ****************************************************************************** The "stalk market," or buying and selling Turnips, is the best way to earn huge amounts of money. Purchase Turnips from [Joan] Kaburiba {Mupara} on Sunday mornings, then sell them to [Reese] Lisa {Lisa} at R. Parkers during the week at a higher price to make a profit. Turnips spoil at 6am Sunday morning, so make sure you sell them by Saturday night. [Reese] Lisa {Lisa} has two turnip prices each day, Monday through Saturday. The price changes at Noon. Using data from the author's towns, here is a distribution of when the highest price of the week occurred: Monday am: 13 weeks (20.0%) Monday pm: 2 weeks ( 3.1%) Tuesday am: 1 weeks ( 1.5%) Tuesday pm: 3 weeks ( 4.6%) Wednesday am: 8 weeks (12.3%) Wednesday pm: 7 weeks (10.8%) Thursday am: 11 weeks (16.9%) Thursday pm: 7 weeks (10.8%) Friday am: 3 weeks ( 4.6%) Friday pm: 8 weeks (12.3%) Saturday am: 2 weeks ( 3.1%) Saturday pm: 2 weeks ( 3.1%) 65 weeks So, the maximum weekly price occurs on Thursdays most often. [Joan's] Kaburiba's {Mupara} price is never less than 90 nor greater than 110 bells per turnip. So, it really doesn't matter how much you pay for Turnips. [Reese's] Lisa's {Lisa's} prices, however, can vary greatly. The lowest price and highest price experienced by the author are 26 and 626 bells per turnip. Higher prices have been reported by other players (e.g., 630). You can store Turnips in a storage device at your house. You can use the Locker at the Station to access your storage space, even while you are visiting other towns! This makes it easier to handle selling Turnips in another town. Evidence suggests that Turnip prices are generally following the same patterns established in Animal Crossing: Wild World and Animal Crossing: City Folk. [Reese's] Lisa's {Lisa's} weekly prices exhibit four general patterns: 1) the "constantly-decreasing" pattern, 2) the "large-spike" pattern, 3) the "small-spike" pattern, and 4) the "random-price" pattern. The constantly-decreasing turnip price pattern starts Monday morning with a price less than 100. Each successive price is a few bells less. Here are some examples: M T W Th F Sa 99 95 91 86 82 78 73 70 65 60 55 51 93 87 82 79 74 71 67 63 58 55 50 46 92 88 85 80 76 72 68 64 59 55 52 47 83 78 74 70 66 61 57 54 50 45 42 38 81 77 74 70 66 63 59 55 51 48 45 42 The large-spike turnip price pattern is a constantly-decreasing pattern that is interrupted with five prices: a two-price run-up to a spike followed by a two- price run-down. Usually, a constantly-decreasing pattern resumes after the interruption. Here are some examples: M T W Th F Sa 96 93 124 215 577 163 150 51 45 85 97 90 94 89 86 82 77 72 67 144 180 626 160 137 84 81 77 131 139 478 159 90 65 79 85 71 81 76 73 92 180 295 132 111 79 44 40 42 80 76 73 70 65 62 89 134 465 154 122 52 77 74 71 108 157 216 159 106 48 59 80 ?? The small-spike turnip price pattern also involves an interrupted constantly- decreasing pattern. The maximum price is the fourth price after the interruption (as opposed to the third price with the large-spike pattern). Here are some examples: M T W Th F Sa 126 142 150 152 149 68 64 61 56 52 48 43 93 90 86 82 101 133 188 211 205 89 85 81 79 75 72 106 122 153 160 154 66 62 58 52 65 62 57 89 103 128 132 129 46 42 38 34 53 50 46 43 40 36 32 113 89 145 180 168 38 34 30 128 119 163 168 152 77 73 69 66 Notice above that the "interruption" can start at the beginning of the week. The random-price "pattern" really has no pattern; the prices jump up and down. Here are some examples: M T W Th F Sa 139 77 66 101 99 123 131 69 64 55 127 148 136 100 128 115 117 63 54 44 98 67 62 101 90 118 95 69 63 93 119 103 61 55 48 95 85 124 100 90 95 125 70 64 98 60 51 42 71 66 89 65 62 57 92 90 94 113 93 113 Using data from the author's towns, here is the frequency of the four patterns: 1) the "constantly-decreasing" pattern: 11 weeks (16.9%) 2) the "large-spike" pattern: 15 weeks (23.1%) 3) the "small-spike" pattern: 18 weeks (27.7%) 4) the "random-price" pattern: 21 weeks (32.3%) 65 weeks So, a profit can be made on the sale of Turnips about 83.1% (or about 5/6) of the time. According to the Japanese Official Nintendo (Shogakukan) guide, here are the probabilities that a particular pattern follows another: Following Week -------------------------------------------------------- Current Week Constantly-decreasing Large-spike Small-spike Random --------------------- --------------------- ----------- ----------- ------- Constantly-decreasing low high average average Large-spike low low low high Small-spike low average low high Random low average average low Using data from the author's towns, here is a cumulative distribution of the weekly highest price: 650 or more: 0 weeks ( 0.0%) 600 or more: 1 weeks ( 1.5%) 550 or more: 3 weeks ( 4.6%) 500 or more: 3 weeks ( 4.6%) 450 or more: 7 weeks ( 10.7%) 400 or more: 8 weeks ( 12.3%) 350 or more: 11 weeks ( 16.9%) 300 or more: 11 weeks ( 16.9%) 250 or more: 12 weeks ( 18.5%) 200 or more: 20 weeks ( 30.8%) 150 or more: 30 weeks ( 46.2%) 100 or more: 54 weeks ( 83.1%) 80 or more: 65 weeks (100.0%) less than 80: 0 weeks ( 0.0%) So, the maximum weekly price is 200 or more almost a third of the time. Also, according to this experience, a price of 500 or more will happen about once every 20 weeks (almost three times a year). Sadly, Turnips placed into the Lost & Found or placed on top of tables will spoil. Using any clock to go backwards in time will cause Turnips to spoil.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 33) ART DETECTION ****************************************************************************** There are 33 pieces of art, 25 paintings and 8 sculptures, to donate to the [Museum] Hakubutsukan. You might receive art from villagers, but the usual place to source art is [Crazy Redd's] Tsunekichi's {Yeo-uk's} tent. When [Crazy Redd] Tsunekichi {Yeo-uk} visits your town, he will sell four pieces of art. Each player in town may purchase only one piece of art. The problem is that [Crazy Redd] Tsunekichi {Yeo-uk} may sell you counterfeit art. This is not a problem, though, because in Tobidase Doubutsu no Mori, you can detect counterfeits! As an example, consider the [Wistful Painting] suteki na meiga or Splendid Painting. It is meant to portray the real-life painting, "Girl with a Pearl Earring," by Jan Vermeer. In the genuine image, the girl's headpiece has a wide band of blue. In the counterfeit sold by [Crazy Redd] Tsunekichi {Yeo-uk}, the headpiece has a wide band of red. So, to detect counterfeits, you need to be familiar with the real-life works of art on which the game's art pieces are based. Here is a list of the game's art, the real-life work on which the piece is based, and how to detect the counterfeit: Paintings: [Amazing Painting] sugoi meiga - "Night Watch" by Rembrandt van Rijn - Man in white is on the left of the man with a red sash instead of on the right of the man with a red sash. [Basic Painting] isamashii meiga - "The Blue Boy" by Thomas Gainsborough - The subject's right arm is bent at elbow instead of straight. [Calm Painting] odayaka na meiga - "A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte" by George Seurat - there is no counterfeit [Common Painting] yokumiru meiga - "The Gleaners" by Jean-Francois Millet - there is no counterfeit [Dynamic Painting] iki na meiga - "The Great Wave Off Kanagawa" by Katsushika Hokusai - Mount Fuji dominates the background instead of being small. [Famous Painting] yuumei na meiga - "Mona Lisa" by Leonardo da Vinci - The subject's left hand is on top of the right hand instead of the right hand being on top of the left hand. [Fine Painting] taihen na meiga - "Joyousness (Arearea)" by Paul Gauguin - there is no counterfeit [Flowery Painting] ??? - "Vase with Fifteen Sunflowers" by Vincent van Gogh - there is no counterfeit [Jolly Painting] omoshiroi meiga - "Summer" by Giuseppe Arcimboldo - The subject's nose is a carrot instead of a cucumber. [Moody Painting] chikarazuyoi meiga - "The Sower" by Jean-Francois Millet - there is no counterfeit [Moving Painting] kirei na meiga - "The Birth of Venus" by Sandro Botticelli - The shell's striations go down instead of up. [Nice Painting] ii meiga - "The Fifer" by Edouard Manet - there is no counterfeit [Perfect Painting] subarashii meiga - "Apples and Oranges" by Paul Cezanne - there is no counterfeit [Proper Painting] nigiyaka na meiga - "A Bar at the Folies-Bergere" by Edouard Manet - there is no counterfeit [Quaint Painting] ochitsuita meiga - "The Milkmaid" by Johannes Vermeer - The subject's white headpiece is missing. [Scary Painting] inase na meiga - "The Actor Otani Oniji as Edohei" by Sharaku Toshusai - The subject's left hand is pointing instead of having fingers spread. [Scenic Painting] migoto na meiga - "The Hunters in the Snow" by Pieter Bruegel - there is no counterfeit [Serene Painting] taoyaka na meiga - "Lady with an Ermine" by Leonardo da Vinci - The animal is a cat instead of an ermine. [Solemn Painting] ogosoka na meiga - "Las Meninas" by Diego Velazquez - The central figure in white is standing instead of sitting. [Warm Painting] iikanji no meiga - "La Maja Desnuda" by Francisco de Goya - there is no counterfeit [Wistful Painting] suteki na meiga - "Girl with a Pearl Earring" by Johannes Vermeer - The headpiece has a band of red instead of a band of blue. [Worthy Painting] karanoaru meiga - "Liberty Leading the People" by Eugene Delacroix - there is no counterfeit [???] araburu meiga - "Wind God and Thunder God" by Tawaraya Sotatsu - The white figure (Wind God) is on the right instead of on the left. [???] umai meiga - "Basket of Fruit" by Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio - the large leaf in the upper left part of the subject has a hole on the upper edge, similar to that of the Nook logo [???] shinayaka na meiga - "Beauty Looking Back" by Hishikawa Moronobu - The subject is looking forward instead of backward. Sculptures: [???] idai na choukoku - "King Kamehameha I" by Thomas Ridgeway Gould - The subject's right hand is palm down instead of palm up. [???] inishie no choukoku - goggle-eyed doguu - The eyes have pupils. [???] utsukushii choukoku - "Venus de Milo" by Alexandros of Antioch - The hair is long instead of short. [???] kougoushii choukoku - "Winged Victory of Samothrace" - The wings look like those of a bat instead of those of a bird. [???] shinpiteki na choukoku - "Bust of Nefertiti" by Thutmose - The subject's hair is round/spherical instead of square/cubical. [???] takumashii choukoku - "Palombara Discobolus" - The disc looks like a flying saucer instead of a discus. [???] bosei afureru choukoku - "Capitoline Wolf" - There is only one youngling instead of two. [???] ririshii choukoku - "David" by Michelangelo Buonarroti - The subject's right shoulder has a crease.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 34) BADGES ****************************************************************************** In Tobidase Doubutsu no Mori, many achievements are recognized by the awarding of Badges. When you complete an achievement, [Phineas] Paronchino {Parontino} shows up in your town to give you one or more Badges. These Badges are recorded on the back of your [TPC] SoPaKa (or player profile). Each of the Badge categories has three levels of achievement (think: "Bronze," "Silver," and "Gold"). Here is the list of the Badges available and the related achievements: mushitori jouzu or Insect Skillful - catch 500 insects mushitori meijin or Insect Master - catch 2,000 insects mushitori no tatsujin or Insect Expert - catch 5,000 insects tsuri jouzu or Fishing Skillful - catch 500 fish tsuri meijin or Fishing Master - catch 2,000 fish tsuri no tatsujin or Fishing Expert - catch 5,000 fish sumoguri meijin or Diving Master - catch 100 seafood puro daiba or Pro Diver - catch 200 seafood daiba masuta or Master Diver - catch 1,000 seafood mushi hakase or Insect Expert - donate 36 insects mushi mania or Insect Enthusiast - donate 58 insects aruku mushi zukan or Possess Illustrated Insect Reference - donate 72 insects sakana hakase or Fish Expert - donate 36 fish sakana mania or Fish Enthusiast - donate 58 fish aruku sakana zukan or Possess Illustrated Fish Reference - donate 72 fish uminosachi hakase or Seafood Expert - donate 15 seafood uminosachi mania or Seafood Enthusiast - donate 24 seafood aruku uminosachi zukan or Possess Illustrated Seafood Reference - donate 30 seafood barun hanta or Balloon Hunter - shoot 30 balloons barun basuta or Balloon Buster - shoot 100 balloons barun sunaipa or Balloon Sniper - shoot 200 balloons buronzu medarisuto or Bronze Medalist - earn 300 medals shiruba medarisuto or Silver Medalist - earn 1,500 medals gorudo medarisuto or Gold Medalist - earn 5,000 medals niwa no gadena or Yard Gardener - plant 100 flowers or trees mura no gadena or Village Gardener - plant 250 flowers or trees gadeningu shokunin or Gardening Artisan - plant 500 flowers or trees zassou hanta or Weed Hunter - pull 500 weeds zassou basuta or Weed Buster - pull 2,000 weeds zassou sunaipa or Weed Sniper - pull 5,000 weeds chokin jouzu or Saving Skillful - deposit 1,000,000 bells into account fugou or Wealthy Person - deposit 10,000,000 bells into account daifugou or Extremely Rich Person - deposit 100,000,000 bells into account amachua kabu toreda or Amateur Turnip Trader - sell 500,000 bells worth puro kabu toreda or Pro Turnip Trader - sell 3,000,000 bells worth karisuma kabu toreda or Charisma Turnip Trader - sell 10,000,000 bells worth okaimono jouzu or Shopping Skillful - buy 500,000 bells worth kaimono mania or Shopping Enthusiast - buy 2,000,000 bells worth karisuma baiya or Charisma Buyer - buy 5,000,000 bells worth rimeiku bigina or Remake Beginner - remake 30 items rimeiku ekisupato or Remake Expert - remake 100 items rimeiku masuta or Remake Master - remake 200 items katarogu mania B or Catalog Enthusiast B - fill 20% of catalog katarogu mania S or Catalog Enthusiast S - fill 50% of catalog katarogu mania G or Catalog Enthusiast G - fill 80% of catalog happi homa B or Happy Homer B - 50,000 points (HRA scoring) happi homa S or Happy Homer S - 100,000 points (HRA scoring) happi homa G or Happy Homer G - 150,000 points (HRA scoring) totakeke fan or Totakeke Fan - attend 20 Saturday nights totakeke sapota or Totakeke Supporter - attend 50 Saturday nights totakeke no okkake or Totakeke Groupie - attend 100 Saturday nights ii hito or Good Person - fulfill 50 villager requests shinsetsu na hito or Kindhearted Person - fulfill 100 villager requests mura no konsheruju or Village Concierge - fulfill 300 villager requests tegami zuki or Letter Enthusiast - send 50 letters fudemame or Good Correspondent - send 100 letters sugoi fudemame or Amazingly Good Correspondent - send 200 letters surechigai jouzu or Crossing Paths Skillful - StreetPassed 100 times surechigai meijin or Crossing Paths Master - StreetPassed 300 times surechigai no tatsujin or Crossing Paths Expert - StreetPassed 1,000 times gokinjo torabera or Neighborhood Traveler - visited other towns 100 times warudo torabera or World Traveler - visited other towns 250 times supesu torabera or Space Traveler - visited other towns 500 times omotenashi zuki or Hospitable Treatment - visited by others 50 times omotenashi puro or Hospitable Pro - visited by others 200 times shinzentaishi or Goodwill Ambassador - visited by others 500 times dorima or Dreamer - visited 50 dream towns kanari no dorima or Considerable Dreamer - visited 200 dream towns eien no dorima or Eternal Dreamer - visited 500 dream towns sonmin daihyou or Villager Representative - play 50 hours karisuma sonmin or Charisma Villager - play 200 hours meiyo sonmin or Honorable Villager - play 500 hours  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 35) INSECTS ****************************************************************************** 72 insects are needed to obtain the Golden Net. In inventory order, here are their names, their selling price, their rarity (A is rarest, G is most common), their cage color, their average size, where to catch them, and when to catch them: [Common Butterfly]* monshirochou - 90 - G - green - 54mm - near flowers - March through June, 4am to 7pm (best time is 8am to 5pm) - September, 8am to 4pm [Yellow Butterfly]* monkichou - 90 - F - green - 54mm - near flowers - March through June, 4am to 7pm (best time is 8am to 5pm) - September, 8am to 4pm [Tiger Butterfly]* agehachou - 160 - E - yellow - 114mm - near red and pink flowers - March through June, 4am to 7pm (best time is 8am to 5pm) - July through August, 8am to 5pm - September, 8am to 4pm [Peacock Butterfly]* karasuageha - 220 - D - yellow - 133mm - near blue, purple and black flowers - March through June, 4am to 7pm (best time is 8am to 5pm, May through June) - July, 4am to 5pm - August, 8am to 5pm - September, 8am to 4pm [Monarch Butterfly]* ookabamadara - 140 - F - red - 108mm - near flowers - September through October, 4am to 5pm - November, 8am to 5pm (best time is 8am to 4pm, October through November) [Emperor Butterfly]* morufochou - 2,500 - C - red - 146mm - near flowers - June through September, 7pm to 8am [Agrias Butterfly]* miirotateha - 3,000 - C - red - 53mm - near flowers - June through September, 8am to 5pm [Raja Brooke Butterfly]* akaeriageha - 2,500 - C - purple - 178mm - near freshwater - May through September, 8am to 5pm [Birdwing Butterfly]* arekusandoraageha - 4,000 - B - red - 250mm - near flowers - June through September, 8am to 4pm [Moth]* ga - 60 - G - green - 55mm - near outdoor lights - May through September, 7pm to 4am (best time is June through August) [Oak Silk Moth] yamamayuga - 1,200 - B - yellow - 320mm - on trees - June through September, 7pm to 4am [Honeybee]* mitsubachi - 100 - F - green - 16mm - near flowers - March through June, 8am to 5pm - July, 8am to 4pm [Bee]** hachi - 2,500 - C - red - 30mm - in trees - all year, all day [Long Locust]* shouryoubatta - 200 - G - green - 60mm - on ground - May through November, 8am to 7pm (best time is September through November) [Migratory Locust]* tonosamabatta - 600 - E - yellow - 50mm - on ground - August through November, 8am to 7pm (best time is 8am to 4pm) [???]* inago or Locust - 400 - B - blue - 25mm - on ground - August through November, 8am to 7pm (best time is August to October) [Mantis]* kamakiri - 430 - D - yellow - 82mm - on flowers - April through November, 8am to 5pm (best time is 8am to 4pm, September through November) [Orchid Mantis]* hanakamakiri - 2,400 - C - red - 46mm - on flowers (more common on white flowers) - April through November, 8am to 5pm [Brown Cicada] aburazemi - 200 - G - green - 57mm - on trees - July through August, 8am to 5pm (best time is 8am to 4pm) [Robust Cicada] minminsemi - 300 - G - green - 60mm - on trees - July through August, 8am to 5pm (best time is 8am to 4pm) [???] kumazemi or Black Cicada - 500 - G - blue - 62mm - on trees - July through August, 8am to 5pm [Walker Cicada] tsukutsukuhoushi - 400 - G - yellow - 35mm - on trees - July through September, 8am to 5pm (best time is August) [Evening Cicada] higurashi - 550 - G - yellow - 33mm - on trees - July through August, 4am to 8am and 4pm to 7pm [???] semi no nukegara or Cicada Skin - 100 - G - blue - 40mm - on trees - July through August, all day [Lantern Fly] biwahagoromo - 1,800 - C - yellow - 70mm - on trees - June and September, 4pm to 7pm and 11pm to 8am - July through August, 4pm to 8am [Red Dragonfly]* akiakane - 80 - F - green - 40mm - in air - September through October, 8am to 7pm (best time is 4pm to 5pm) [Darner Dragonfly]* ginyanma - 200 - E - yellow - 77mm - in air - June through August, 8am to 5pm (best time is 4pm to 5pm) [Banded Dragonfly]* oniyanma - 4,500 - D - red - 105mm - in air - July through August, 8am to 5pm [Giant Petaltail]* teioumukashiyanma - 8,000 - B - purple - 160mm - in air - August through October, 5pm to 7pm [Ant]** ari - 80 - G - farm - 6mm - on candy, spoiled turnips, and worm-eaten fruit - all year, all day [Pondskater]* amenbo - 130 - F - green - 15mm - on freshwater - May through September, 8am to 7pm (best time is 5pm to 7pm, June) [Diving Beetle] gengorou - 800 - E - purple - 37mm - in river - May through September, 8am to 5pm [???] kamemushi or Shield Bug - 120 - G - blue - 14mm - on trees - April through October, all day [Snail] katatsumuri - 250 - F - green - 57mm - on shrubs, during rain - April through September, all day (best time is May through June) [Cricket]* koorogi - 130 - G - wood - 17mm - on ground - September through November, 5pm to 8am (best time is November) [Bell Cricket]* suzumushi - 430 - F - wood - 21mm - on ground - September through October, 5pm to 8am [Grasshopper]* kirigirisu - 160 - F - wood - 34mm - on ground - July, 4pm to 5pm - August through September, 8am to 5pm (best time is September) [Mole Cricket] okera - 280 - D - green - 44mm - underground - November through May, all day [Walking Leaf]** konohamushi - 600 - E - purple - 75mm - on ground - July through September, 8am to 5pm [Walkingstick] nanafushi - 600 - D - yellow - 85mm - on trees - July through August, 4am to 8am and 5pm to 7pm - September through November, 4am to 7pm [Bagworm]** minomushi - 300 - F - purple - 35mm - in trees - October through February, all day (best time is November through December, 8am to 7pm) [Ladybug]* tentoumushi - 200 - F - green - 6.5mm - on flowers - March through June and October, 8am to 5pm (best time is March through May) [Violin Beetle]* baiorinmushi - 260 - D - purple - 51mm - on tree stumps - June, 4am to 7pm - September through October, 4am to 5pm - November, 8am to 5pm [Longhorn Beetle]* kamikirimushi - 260 - D - yellow - 52mm - on tree stumps - July through August, 11pm to 7pm [???] hanmyou or Tiger Beetle - 1,500 - C - blue - 18mm - on ground - March through September, 8am to 7pm - October, 4am to 5pm [Dung Beetle]** funkorogashi - 800 - C - yellow - 33mm - near snowballs - December through February, 5pm to 8am [???] funamushi or Wharf Roach - 200 - G - blue - 42mm - on beach - all year, all day [???]** yadokari or Hermit Crab - 1,000 - E - blue - 40mm - on Island beach - all year, 7pm to 8am [Firefly]* hotaru - 300 - E - yellow - 13mm - near freshwater - June, 7pm to 4am [Fruit Beetle] koganemushi - 100 - F - green - 20mm - on trees - July through August, all day (best time is 5pm to 4am) - September, 7pm to 8am [Scarab Beetle] purachinakogane - 6,000 - B - red - 32mm - on trees - July through August, 11pm to 8am [Jewel Beetle] tamamushi - 2,400 - D - red - 35mm - on trees - July through August, 8am to 5pm [Miyama Stag] miyamakuwagata - 1,000 - D - purple - 60mm - on trees - July through August, all day (best time is August, 7pm to 8am) [Saw Stag Beetle] nokogirikuwagata - 2,000 - C - red - 54mm - on trees - July through August, all day (best time is 7pm to 8am) [Giant Beetle] ookuwagata - 10,000 - C - red - 55mm - on trees - July through August, 11pm to 8am [Rainbow Stag] nijiirokuwagata - 10,000 - B - red - 60mm - on trees - June and September, 7pm to 8am - July through August, 5pm to 8am [Cyclommatus] hosoakakuwagata - 8,000 - B - purple - 90mm - on palm trees - July through August, 5pm to 8am [Golden Stag] ougononikuwagata - 12,000 - A - purple - 62mm - on palm trees - July through August, 5pm to 8am [Dynastid Beetle] kabutomushi - 1,350 - D - red - 72mm - on trees - July through August, 5pm to 8am (best time is 11pm to 8am) [Atlas Beetle] kokasasuookabuto - 8,000 - B - red - 152mm - on palm trees - July through August, 5pm to 8am [Elephant Beetle] zoukabuto - 8,000 - C - red - 146mm - on palm trees - July through August, 5pm to 8am [Hercules Beetle] herakuresuookabuto - 12,000 - A - red - 160mm - on palm trees - July through August, 5pm to 8am [Goliath Beetle] goraiasu hanamuguri - 6,000 - B - red - 108mm - on palm trees - June and September, 7pm to 8am - July through August, 5pm to 8am x[Flea]** nomi - 70 - G - yellow - 3mm - on villager - March through November, all day [Pillbug] dangomushi - 250 - G - green - 13mm - under rocks - September through June, all day (best time is November through March) - July through August, 7pm to 4am [Mosquito]* ** ka - 130 - G - green - 4.5mm - in air - June through September, 5pm to 4am (best time is 7pm to 11pm) [Fly]* ** hae - 60 - G - green - 9mm - near garbage, rafflesia or spoiled turnips - all year, all day [???] geji or House Centipede - 250 - F - blue - 25mm - under rocks - August through October, 7pm to 8am [Centipede] mukade - 300 - D - purple - 152mm - under rocks - June through February, 4pm to 11pm [Spider]** kumo - 300 - E - green - 25mm - in trees - March through June and September, all day (best times are 4pm to 8am, April through May; 7pm to 8am, September) - July through August, 7pm to 8am - October, 11pm to 4pm [Tarantula]* ** taranchura - 8,000 - C - red - 83mm - on ground - June through August, 7pm to 4am [Scorpion]* ** sasori - 8,000 - C - red - 203mm - on ground - July through September, 7pm to 4am * These insects do not appear during rain. Common Butterfly Birdwing Butterfly Red Dragonfly Ladybug Yellow Butterfly Moth Darner Dragonfly Violin Beetle Tiger Butterfly Honeybee Banded Dragonfly Longhorn Beetle Peacock Butterfly Long Locust Giant Petaltail Firefly Monarch Butterfly Migratory Locust Pondskater Mosquito Emperor Butterfly Locust Cricket Fly Agrias Butterfly Mantis Bell Cricket Tarantula Raja Brooke Butterfly Orchid Mantis Grasshopper Scorpion ** These insects do not appear when your Gate is open. Bee Bagworm Flea Spider Ant Dung Beetle Mosquito Tarantula Walking Leaf Hermit Crab Fly Scorpion  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 36) FISH ****************************************************************************** 72 fish are needed to obtain the Golden Rod. In inventory order, here are their names, their selling price, their tank size (sm=one space, med=two spaces, lrg=four spaces), their average size, their shadow size, where to catch them, and when to catch them: [Bitterling] tanago - 900 - sm - 8cm - tiny - in river - November through February, all day (best time is 4am to 9pm, December through February) [Pale Chub] oikawa - 200 - sm - 15cm - tiny - in river - all year, 9am to 4pm (best time is March through June and August through November) [Crucian Carp] funa - 120 - sm - 20cm - small - in river - all year, all day (best time is 9am to 4pm) [Dace] ugui - 200 - sm - 35cm - medium - in river - all year, 4pm to 9am (best time is November through March) [Barbel Steed] nigoi - 200 - sm - 50cm - medium - in river - all year, all day (best time is March and October through November) [Carp] koi - 300 - sm - 60cm - large - in river - all year, all day (best time is 4pm to 9am, April through July and October through November) [Koi] nishikigoi - 4,000 - sm - 60cm - large - in river - all year, 4pm to 9am [Goldfish] kingyo - 1,300 - sm (bowl) - 15cm - tiny - in river - all year, all day [Popeyed Goldfish] demekin - 1,300 - sm (bowl) - 15cm - tiny - in river - all year, 9am to 4pm [Killifish] medaka - 300 - sm - 4cm - tiny - in holding pond - April through August, all day [Crawfish] zarigani - 200 - sm - 12cm - small - in holding pond - April through mid-September, all day [???] suppon or Soft-shelled Turtle - 3,750 - sm - 30cm - medium - in river - August through September, 4pm to 9am [???] otamajakushi or Tadpole - 100 - sm - 4cm - tiny - in holding pond - March through July, all day [Frog] kaeru - 120 - sm - 12cm - small - in holding pond - May through August, all day [Freshwater Goby] donko - 300 - sm - 15cm - small - in river - all year, 4pm to 9am [Loach] dojou - 300 - sm - 20cm - small - in river - March through May, all day (best time is 9am to 4pm, March and April) [Catfish] namazu - 800 - sm - 60cm - large - in large pond - May through October, 4pm to 9am (best time is 9pm to 4am) [Eel] unagi - 2,000 - med - 100cm - thin - in river - June through mid- September, 4pm to 9am (best time is 9pm to 4am, June through August) [Giant Snakehead] raigyo - 5,500 - med - 85cm - very large - in large pond - June through August, 9am to 4pm [Bluegill] burugiru - 120 - sm - 25cm - small - in river - all year, 9am to 4pm (best time is March through November) [Yellow Perch] ieropachi - 240 - sm - 35cm - medium - in river - October through March, all day (best time is November through February) [Black Bass] burakkubasu - 300 - sm - 50cm - large - in river - all year, all day (best time is March through November) [Pike] paiku - 1,800 - med - 120cm - very large - in river - September through December, 4am to 9pm [Pond Smelt] wakasagi - 300 - sm - 15cm - small - in river - December through February, all day [Sweetfish] ayu - 900 - sm - 25cm - medium - in river - July through mid- September, all day (best time is 9am to 4pm) [Cherry Salmon] yamame - 1,000 - sm - 35cm - medium - in river - March through June, 4am to 9am and 4pm to 9pm (best time is March and April) - September through November, 4am to 9pm (best time is October) x[Char] ooiwana - 3,800 - sm - 50cm - medium - under waterfall - March through June, 4am to 9am and 4pm to 9pm - September through November, 4am to 9pm [Rainbow Trout] nijimasu - 800 - sm - 60cm - large - in river - March through June, 4am to 9am and 4pm to 9pm (best time is March through May) - September through November, 4am to 9pm (best time is October) [Stringfish] itou - 15,000 - med - 140cm - huge - in river - December through February, 4pm to 9am [Salmon] sake - 700 - med - 90cm - large - near river mouth - September, all day [King Salmon] kingusamon - 1,800 - med - 140cm - huge - near river mouth - September, all day (best time is the first half of September) [???] shanhaigani or Shanghai Crab - 2,000 - sm - 8cm - small - in river - mid- September through November, 4pm to 9am [Guppy] guppi - 1,300 - sm - 4cm - tiny - in river - April through November, 9am to 4pm [???] dokutafisshu or Doctor Fish - 1,500 - sm - 8cm - small - in river - May through September, 9am to 4pm [Angelfish] enzerufisshu - 3,000 - sm - 12cm - small - in river - May through October, 4pm to 9am [Neon Tetra] neontetora - 500 - sm - 2cm - tiny - in river - April through November, 9am to 4pm [Piranha] pirania - 2,500 - sm - 30cm - small - in river - June through mid- September, 9am to 4pm and 9pm to 4am [Arowana] arowana - 10,000 - med - 70cm - large - in river - June through mid- September, 4pm to 9am [Dorado] dorado - 15,000 - med - 100cm - very large - in river - June through September, 4am to 9pm [Gar] ga - 6,000 - med - 190cm - huge - in large pond - June through September, 4pm to 9am [Arapaima] piraruku - 10,000 - lrg - 300cm - huge - in river - July through September, 4pm to 9am [???] endorikeri or Saddled Bichir - 4,000 - med - 60cm - large - in river - June through September, 9pm to 4am [Sea Butterfly] kurione - 1,000 - sm (cylinder) - 3cm - tiny - in ocean - December through February, all day (best time is 9pm to 4am) [Sea Horse] tatsunootoshigo - 1,100 - sm (cylinder) - 8cm - tiny - in ocean - April through November, all day (best time is 4am to 9pm, May through October) [Clownfish] kumanomi - 650 - sm - 15cm - tiny - in ocean - April through September, all day (best time is May through mid-August) [Surgeonfish] nanyouhagi - 1,000 - sm - 31cm - small - in ocean - April through September, all day [Butterflyfish] chouchouuo - 1,000 - sm - 18cm - small - in ocean - April through September, all day (best time is May and June) [Napoleonfish] naporeonfisshu - 10,000 - lrg - 180cm - huge - in ocean - July through August, 4am to 9pm [Zebra Turkeyfish] minokasago - 400 - sm - 30cm - medium - in ocean - April through November, all day (best time is May through October) [???] fugu or Blow Fish - 125 - sm - 25cm - medium - in ocean - November through February, 9pm to 4am [Puffer Fish] harisenbon - 240 - sm - 35cm - medium - in ocean - July through September, all day (best time is August) [Horse Mackerel] aji - 150 - sm - 40cm - small - in ocean - all year, all day [Barred Knifejaw] ishidai - 5,000 - sm - 60cm - medium - in ocean - March through November, all day [Sea Bass] suzuki - 200 - med - 100cm - very large - in ocean - all year, all day [Red Snapper] tai - 3,000 - sm - 90cm - medium - in ocean - all year, all day (best time is March through October) [Dab] karei - 300 - sm - 50cm - medium - in ocean - October through April, all day (best time is November through March) [Olive Flounder] hirame - 800 - sm - 80cm - large - in ocean - all year, all day (best time is November through March) [Squid] ika - 400 - sm - 35cm - medium - in ocean - December through mid-August, all day [Moray Eel] utsubo - 2,000 - med - 80cm - very large - in ocean - August through October, all day [???] hanahigeutsubo or Mustache Eel - 600 - med - 120cm - thin - in Island ocean - all year, all day [Football Fish] chouchinankou - 2,500 - sm - 60cm - large - in ocean - November through March, 4pm to 9am (best time is December through February) [Tuna] maguro - 7,000 - med - 230cm - huge - in ocean - November through March, all day [Blue Marlin] kajiki - 10,000 - med - 220cm - huge - in ocean - July through September, all day [???] rouninaji or Giant Trevally - 4,500 - med - 180cm - very large - in Island ocean - all year, all day [Ray] ei - 3,000 - med - 120cm - very large - in ocean - August through November, 4am to 9pm [Ocean Sunfish] manbou - 4,000 - lrg - 300cm - huge with fin - in ocean - June through September, 4am to 9pm [Hammerhead Shark] shumokuzame - 8,000 - lrg - 250cm - huge with fin - in ocean - June through September, 4pm to 9am [Shark] same - 15,000 - lrg - 540cm - huge with fin - in ocean - June through September, 4pm to 9am [???] nokogirizame or Saw Shark - 12,000 - lrg - 150cm - huge with fin - in ocean - June through September, 4pm to 9am [???] jinbeezame or Whale Shark - 13,000 - lrg - 600cm - huge with fin - in Island ocean - all year, all day x[???] ryuuguunotsukai or Oarfish - 9,000 - lrg - 580sm - huge - in ocean - December through May, all day [Coelacanth] shirakansu - 15,000 - med - 150cm - huge - in ocean during rain or snow - all year, 4pm to 9am Here are the groupings of fish by shadow size: huge with fin - Ocean Sunfish, Hammerhead Shark, Shark, Saw Shark, Whale Shark huge - Stringfish, King Salmon, Gar, Arapaima, Napoleonfish, Tuna, Blue Marlin, Oarfish, Coelacanth thin - Eel, Mustache Eel very large - Giant Snakehead, Pike, Dorado, Sea Bass, Moray Eel, Giant Trevally, Ray large - Carp, Koi, Catfish, Black Bass, Rainbow Trout, Salmon, Arowana, Saddled Bichir, Olive Flounder, Football Fish (Old Tire) medium - Dace, Barbel Steed, Soft-shelled Turtle, Yellow Perch, Sweetfish, Cherry Salmon, Char, Zebra Turkeyfish, Blow Fish, Puffer Fish, Barred Knifejaw, Red Snapper, Dab, Squid (Boot) small - Crucian Carp, Crawfish, Frog, Freshwater Goby, Loach, Bluegill, Pond Smelt, Shanghai Crab, Doctor Fish, Angelfish, Piranha, Surgeonfish, Butterflyfish, Horse Mackerel (Empty Can) tiny - Bitterling, Pale Chub, Goldfish, Popeyed Goldfish, Killifish, Tadpole, Guppy, Neon Tetra, Sea Butterfly, Sea Horse, Clownfish  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 37) SEAFOOD ****************************************************************************** There are 30 seafood needed to complete the registry. In inventory order, here are their names, their selling price, their tank size (sm=one space, med=two spaces, lrg=four spaces), their average size, their shadow size, where to catch them, and when to catch them: [???] wakame or Seaweed - 200 - sm - 80cm - large; stationary - in ocean - November through July, all day (best time is 9am to 4pm, December to June) [???] umibudou or Sea Grapes - 600 - sm - 20cm - small; stationary - in ocean - June through mid-September, all day (best time is 4am to 9pm, August) [???] uni or Sea Urchin - 800 - sm - 12cm - small; stationary - in ocean - May through mid-September, all day (best time is June through August) [???] fujitsubo or Acorn Barnacle - 200 - sm - 3cm - tiny; stationary - in ocean - all year, all day (best time is June through August) [???] oisuta or Oyster - 400 - sm - 8cm - small; stationary - in ocean - September through February, all day (best time is 9am to 4pm, November through December) [???] sazae or Turban Shell - 300 - sm - 12cm - small; uniform movement - in ocean - August through May, 4pm to 9am (best time is 9pm to 4am) [???] awabi or Abalone - 400 - sm - 18cm - medium; uniform movement - in ocean - all year, 4pm to 9am (best time is 9pm to 4am, May through mid-September) [???] tokobushi or Ear Shell - 300 - sm - 7cm - small; uniform movement - in ocean - all year, 4pm to 9am (best time is 9pm to 4am, May through mid- September) [???] hamaguri or Clam - 300 - sm - 4cm - small; erratic movement - in ocean - September through April, all day (best time is 9am to 4pm, January through February) [???] akoyagai or Pearl Oyster - 1,600 - sm - 10cm - small; stationary - in ocean - all year, all day (best time is January and February) [???] hotate or Scallop - 1,000 - sm - 14cm - medium; erratic movement - in ocean - all year, all day (best time is November through January) [???] isoginchaku or Sea Anemone - 100 - sm - 20cm - medium; stationary - in ocean - all year, all day [???] hitode or Starfish - 100 - sm - 25cm - small; uniform movement - in ocean - all year, all day [???] namako or Sea Cucumber - 150 - sm - 60cm - medium; uniform movement - in ocean - November through April, all day (best time is January through March) [???] umiushi or Sea Slug - 200 - sm - 4cm - small; uniform movement - in ocean - all year, all day (best time is November through April) [???] hiramushi or Flatworm - 200 - sm - 4cm - small; uniform movement - in ocean - August through mid-September, 4pm to 9am [???] shako or Mantis Shrimp - 1,250 - sm - 20cm - small; erratic movement - in ocean - all year, 4pm to 9am [???] amaebi or Northern Shrimp - 650 - sm - 12cm - small; erratic movement - in ocean - mid-September through February, 4pm to 9am (best time is 9pm to 4am, October through December) [???] kurumaebi or Tiger Prawn - 1,600 - sm - 20cm - small; uniform movement - in ocean - June through September, 4pm to 9am [???] iseebi or Spiny Lobster - 3,000 - sm - 30cm - large; erratic movement - in ocean - mid-September through December, 9pm to 4am [Lobster] robusuta - 2,500 - sm - 50cm - large; uniform movement - in ocean - all year, all day [???] zuwaigani or Snow Crab - 4,000 - sm - 36cm - large; uniform movement - in ocean - November through April, all day [???] kegani or Hair Crab - 4,000 - sm - 24cm - medium; uniform movement - in ocean - November through April, all day [???] tarabagani or Red King Crab - 6,000 - sm - 50cm - large; uniform movement - in ocean - November through March, all day [???] takaashigani or Giant Spider Crab - 10,000 - lrg - 120cm - very large; uniform movement - in ocean - March through April, all day [Octopus] tako - 1,200 - sm - 50cm - medium; erratic movement - in ocean - March through July, all day - mid-September through January, all day [???] chinanago or Conger Eel - 600 - sm - 40cm - small; stationary - in Island ocean - all year, all day [???] oumugai or Chambered Nautilus - 900 - sm - 35cm - medium; uniform movement - in Island ocean - all year, all day [???] kabutogani or Horseshoe Crab - 1,500 - sm - 40cm - medium; uniform movement - in ocean - July through September, 9pm to 4am [???] daiou gusoku mushi or Giant Isopod - 9,000 - sm - 30cm - medium; uniform movement - in Island ocean - all year, all day Here are the groupings of seafood by shadow size: very large - Giant Spider Crab large - Seaweed, Spiny Lobster, Lobster, Snow Crab, Red King Crab medium - Abalone, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber, Hair Crab, Octopus, Chambered Nautilus, Horseshoe Crab, Giant Isopod small - Sea Grapes, Sea Urchin, Oyster, Turban Shell, Ear Shell, Clam, Pearl Oyster, Starfish, Sea Slug, Flatworm, Mantis Shrimp, Northern Shrimp, Tiger Prawn, Conger Eel tiny - Acorn Barnacle  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 38) FURNITURE ****************************************************************************** 1,214 pieces of furniture (not counting DLC items) are needed to complete the catalog. Here is the list of furniture not available for purchase from the catalog: ...Ice Series (from Yukidaru Mama) ...Golden Series (from Kaizo) ...Sweets Series (from Gracie) ...Pave Series (from Festivale) ...Mushroom Series (from mushrooms) ...Gracie Series (from Gracie) ...Gorgeous Series (from Gracie) ...Egg Series (from Bunny Day) ...Sloppy Series (from R. Parkers) ...Trump Series (from Gracie) ...Balloon Series (from balloons) ...Princess Series (from Gracie) ...Mermaid Series (from Island) ...Snowman Series (from Snowman) ...Cabana Series (from Island) ...Mario Theme (from Fortune Cookies) ...Creepy Theme (from Halloween) ...Pirate Theme (from Pascal) ...Nintendo Set (from Fortune Cookies) ...Fish Set (from Chip) ...Insect Set (from Nat) ...12 Grapes (from Countdown) ...ATM (from Savings) ...Island Kitchen (from Island) ...Academy Gold Medal (from HRA) ...Academy Silver Medal (from HRA) ...Academy Pennant (from HRA) ...Hydrangea Bed (from Weeding Day) ...Easter Basket (from Bunny Day) ...Wedding Cake (from Gracie) ...Life Ring (from Island) ...Ukulele (from Club Kotobuki) ...Lovely Phone (from Fireworks) ...Ultra Cop (from Fireworks) ...Ultra Hand (from Fireworks) ...Ultra Machine (from Fireworks) ...Espresso Maker (from Brewster) ...Ornament Boar (from New Year's Day) ...Ornament Dog (from New Year's Day) ...Ornament Hare (from New Year's Day) ...Ornament Ox (from New Year's Day) ...Ornament Horse (from New Year's Day) ...Ornament Monkey (from New Year's Day) ...Ornament Dragon (from New Year's Day) ...Ornament Tiger (from New Year's Day) ...Ornament Bird (from New Year's Day) ...Ornament Rat (from New Year's Day) ...Ornament Ram (from New Year's Day) ...Ornament Serpent (from New Year's Day) ...Letter Set (from Savings) ...Chocolates (from Club Kotobuki) ...Curling Stone (from Yukidaru Man) ...Cacao (from Valentine's Day) ...Cool Globe (from Nature Day) ...Bell Ornament (from Countdown) ...Wall Sock (from Naughty-or-Nice Day) ...Wall Life Ring (from Island) ...Slalom Gate (from Yukidaru Man) ...Cucumber Horse (from Obon) ...Safe (from Savings) ...Gold Home Trophy (from HRA) ...Silver Home Trophy (from HRA) ...Gold Home Model (from HRA) ...Gold Trophy (from Chip) ...Silver Trophy (from Chip) ...Gold Bug Trophy (from Nat) ...Silver Bug Trophy (from Nat) ...Festive Wreath (from Jingle) ...Ski Slope Lift (from Yukidaru Man) ...Coffee Cup (from Brewster) ...Coffee Mill (from Brewster) ...Coffee Maker (from Brewster) ...Cosmos Fan (from Weeding Day) ...Siphon (from Brewster) ...Sea Globe (from Club Kotobuki) ...Lawn Mower (from Mametsubu's) ...Jacuzzi (from Club Kotobuki) ...Sugar & Milk (from Brewster) ...Aluminum Case (from Savings) ...Wave Breaker (from Island) ...Artificial Snow Maker (from Yukidaru Man) ...Ski Board (from Yukidaru Man) ...Sketchbook (from Maiko) ...Jacob's Ladder Lamp (from Weeding Day) ...Sand Castle (from Club Kotobuki) ...Snowboard (from Yukidaru Man) ...Snowmobile (from Yukidaru Man) ...Sprinkler (from Mametsubu's) ...Violet Screen (from Weeding Day) ...World Map (from Maiko) ...Diver Dan (from Island) ...Sleigh (from Yukinko) ...Songpyeon (from Autumn Moon) ...Treasure Chest (from Island) ...Bamboo Grass (from Tanabata) ...Box Chair (from R. Parkers) ...Box Closet (from R. Parkers) ...Box Sofa (from R. Parkers) ...Box Table (from R. Parkers) ...Box Bed (from R. Parkers) ...Globe (from Maiko) ...Tulip Chest (from Weeding Day) ...Chocolate Cake (from Valentine's Day) ...Dango (from Autumn Moon) ...Azalea Stool (from Weeding Day) ...Box of Tissues (from Savings) ...Digital Photo Frame (from Maiko) ...Ten Billion Barrel (from Fireworks) ...Toy Camera (from Maiko) ...Bronze Fish Trophy (from Chip) ...Bronze Bug Trophy (from Nat) ...New Year's Eve Noodles (from Countdown) ...Eggplant Cow (from Obon) ...Birthday Candle (from Birthday) ...Birthday Cake (from Birthday) ...Birthday Table (from Birthday) ...Birthday Board (from Birthday) ...Hibiscus Clock (from Weeding Day) ...Boxed Figure (from Fireworks) ...Bouquet (from Weeding Day) ...Beach Table (from Island) ...Rose Sofa (from Weeding Day) ...Pansy Table (from Weeding Day) ...Sailboat Model (from Explorer's Day) ...Picnic Basket (from Labor Day) ...Beach Chair (from Island) ...Rice Cake (from Girl's Day) ...Jack-in-the-Box (from Halloween) ...Sunflower Player (from Weeding Day) ...Piggy Bank (from Savings) ...Fruit Basket (from Harvest Festival) ...Bureom (from Daeboreum) ...Berliner (from Countdown) ...Cornucopia (from Harvest Festival) ...Bottled Ship (from Club Kotobuki) ...Bobsleigh (from Yukidaru Man) ...Miniature Car (from Fireworks) ...Mini Snow Hut (from Yukinko) ...Wheat Bundle (from Autumn Moon) ...Hibiscus (from Arbor Day) ...Veggie Basket (from Autumn Moon) ...Post Office Poster (from Savings) ...Snow Bunny (from Yukinko) ...Snowman (from Snowman) ...Snowman Matryoshka (from Yukinko) ...Lily Record Player (from Weeding Day) ...Yut (from Lunar New Year) ...Love Tester (from Fireworks) ...Resetti Model (from Groundhog Day) ...Oden Hotpan (from DLC) ...Rice Ball and Bento Rack (from DLC) ...7-Eleven ATM (from DLC) ...7-Eleven Sign (from DLC) ...7-Eleven Register Counter (from DLC) ...7-Eleven Model (from DLC) ...Turkey (from DLC) ...Steamed Bun Case (from DLC) ...Drink Display Case (from DLC) ...Green Onion Pork Rib Bed (from DLC) ...Buche de Noel (from DLC) Art does not appear in the catalog. Music boxes do not appear in the catalog. Miniature fossils do not appear in the catalog. Animal photos do not appear in the catalog.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 39) REMAKES ****************************************************************************** You can enter R. Parkers, speak to [???] Kaizo {Lipo}, and obtain new furniture! Well, some of the furniture is new, and some of the furniture is redesigned. [???] Kaizo {Lipo} wakes up after seven days have passed since your player was created, your catalog has at least 50 furniture items, your catalog has at least 10 tops, and you have at least 100,000 bells in transactions with [Reese] Lisa {Lisa}. ********** * New * ********** There are three types of new furniture you can obtain from [???] Kaizo {Lipo}: 1) Golden Series Bring [???] Kaizo {Lipo} three Gold Ores and 10,000 bells. In exchange, he will create, after 30 minutes, a random item from the Golden Series: ...[Golden Chair] ougon no isu ...[Golden Closet] ougon no kurozetto ...[Golden Screen] ougon no sukurin ...[Golden Man] ougon no senshizou ...[Golden Dresser] ougon no tansu ...[Golden Table] ougon no teburu ...[???] ougon no tochi or Golden Torch ...[Golden Clock] ougon no tokei ...[Golden Couch] ougon no naga isu ...[Golden Woman] ougon no fujinzou ...[Golden Bed] ougon no beddo ...[Golden Wall] ougon no kabe ...[Golden Floor] ougon on yuka 2) Music Boxes Bring [???] Kaizo {Lipo} a White Scallop, one of [K.K. Slider's] Totakeke's {T.K's} songs, and 3,000 bells. In exchange, he will create, after 30 minutes, a music box that plays the song you brought him. There are 91 different music boxes available, one for each piece of music. 3) Miniature Fossils Bring [???] Kaizo {Lipo} a complete skeletal fossil Set and 40% of the Set's value when selling at R. Parkers. In exchange, he will create, after 30 minutes, a miniature model of the skeletal fossil. The 20 miniature fossils and their costs are: ...[???] T rekkusu or T-Rex - 6,600 ...[???] akeron or Archelon - 3,000 ...[???] apatosaurusu or Apatosaurus - 5,400 ...[???] ankirosaurusu or Ankylosaurus - 3,600 ...[???] iguanodon or Iguanodon - 4,200 ...[???] ikuchiosaurusu or Icthyosaurus - 1,800 ...[???] saberutaiga or Sabertooth - 1,800 ...[???] sutirakosaurusu or Styracosaurus - 3,600 ...[???] sutegosaurusu or Stegosaurus - 5,400 ...[???] supinosaurusu or Spinosaurus - 3,800 ...[???] seisumosaurusu or Seismosaurus - 8,800 ...[???] dimetorodon or Dimetrodon - 6,000 ...[???] torikeratopusu or Triceratops - 6,000 ...[???] pakikefarosaurusu or Pachycephalosaurus - 4,200 ...[???] parasaurorofusu or Parasaurolophus - 3,600 ...[???] futabasuzukiryuu or Plesiosauria - 5,200 ...[???] puteranodon or Pterodactyl - 5,200 ...[???] burontoterium or Brontosaurus - 4,400 ...[???] manmosu or Mammoth - 2,200 ...[???] raputa or Raptor - 2,200 ********** * Remake * ********** There are three different ways to have [???] Kaizo {Lipo} remake furniture: 1) Gems Bring [???] Kaizo {Lipo} a piece of furniture, a gem, and 40% of the item's value when selling at R. Parkers. In exchange, he will take 30 minutes to remake the item, reflecting the color of the gem. Here are the items that can be remade with each gem: Gold Ore -------- Modern Series Dharma Set Plate Armor Claw-Foot Tub Polka Dot Series Apple Set Jumbo Bilboquet Piggy Bank Cabana Series Executive Toy Shogi Piece Toilet Chess Set Super Toilet Raccoon Figurine Silver Ore ---------- Modern Series Executive Toy Jumbo Bilboquet Piggy Bank Polka Dot Series Super Toilet Claw-Foot Tub Toilet Apple Set Ruby ---- Modern Series Polka Dot Series Lovely Series Apple Set Piggy Bank Emerald ------- Modern Series Polka Dot Series Green Series Apple Set Piggy Bank Sapphire -------- Blue Series Modern Series Polka Dot Series Piggy Bank Amethyst -------- Modern Series Polka Dot Series Piggy Bank The leaf icon for items remade with gems will change from green to red. 2) "Pre-programmed" Redesign Bring [???] Kaizo {Lipo} a piece of furniture and 40% of the item's value when selling at R. Parkers. In exchange, he will take 30 minutes to remake the item. Each eligible item has "pre-programmed" redesign options from which you can choose. Most of the options involve a change of color, but several involve a new pattern or design. Here are the items that have "pre-programmed" redesigns: Blue Series Capsule Toy Doughnut Circle Chair Exotic Series Wall Paper Lantern Crab Stew Kiddie Series Wall Life Ring Green Drum Ranch Series Wall Electric Sign Drum Set Near Future Series Pink Box Trunk Classic Series Glass Display Stand Chowder Simple Series Slalom Gate Claw-Foot Tub Scandinavia Series Throne Note PC Stripe Series Quiz Stand Garden Gnome Modern Series Cushion Going Up Flag Trump Series Ebony Piano Hibiscus Clock Pipe Series Wet Roadway Sign Folding Chair Polka Dot Series Kettle Boxed Figure Mixed Wood Series Deluxe Frame Loom Green Series Chalk Board Patchwork Sofa Lovely Series Doll Patchwork Sofa L Cabana Series Cosmos Fan Patchwork Drawers Regal Series Blue Kotatsu Patchwork Table Cabin Series Copy Machine Patchwork Lamp Rococo Series Corkboard Beach Table Robo Series Blue Golf Bag Rose Sofa Tulip Set Surfboard Balloon Dog Lamp Frog Set Jumbo Bilboquet Bread Case Citrus Set Route Sign Pansy Table Chess Set Shogi Piece Hammock Bear Set White Pot Picnic Table Watermelon Set Rice Cooker Pickles Bottle Dharma Set Stained Glass Lefty Desk Apple Set Stained Glass Lamp Lawn Chair 0 Lamp Hourglass Flat Display Case 1 Lamp Snowboard Piggy Bank 2 Lamp Violet Screen Red Armchair Wide-Screen TV Slide Puzzle Red Sofa 3 Lamp World Map Writing Chair 4 Lamp Soft Cream Lamp Ball Catcher 5 Lamp Glow Clock Poster Sign 6 Lamp Portrait Display Case Box Sofa 7 Lamp Raccoon Figurine Box Corner Sofa 8 Lamp Red Boom Box Hot Plate 9 Lamp Sloppy Chair Whiteboard Iron Sloppy Closet Mountain Bike Morning Glory Sloppy Sofa Marshmallow Chair Hydrangea Bed Sloppy Drawers Matryoshka Executive Toy Sloppy Table Red Clock Aroma Pot Sloppy Bed Righty Desk Doghouse Sloppy Lamp Museum Chair Super Toilet Cardboard Box Alarm Clock Life Ring Brown Pot Wooden Stool Stroller Tulip Chest Clothesline Pole Rock Guitar Paper Lantern Mobile Metal Guitar Chocolate Fondue Bathtub Electric Guitar 3 Communication Device Cradle Wobbelina Azalea Stool Lily Record Player Dolly Director's Chair Toilet Potty Electric Notice Board Jade Econo-Chair Curling Stone Display Stand Basic Red Bed Revolving Sushi Display Partition Blue Lava Lamp Couch Toy Camera Lunch Plate Plate Armor Toaster Lotus Lamp The leaf icon for items remade with only "pre-programmed" redesign will change from green to red. 3) Player Redesign Some furniture items can be remade to reflect a player-created pattern or design. The items can also reflect the pattern of an existing Top (shirt) or Dress. Bring [???] Kaizo {Lipo} a piece of furniture, a pattern or a Top (shirt) or a Dress, and 40% of the item's value when selling at R. Parkers. In exchange, he will take 30 minutes to remake the item. The item will reflect the new design either in whole or in part. Here are the items that can incorporate player-created designs: Scandinavia Series Sloppy Closet Polka Dot Bed Iron Sloppy Sofa Polka Dot Stool Blue Table Sloppy Drawers Polka Dot Lamp Blue Bed Sloppy Table Polka Dot Low Table Exotic Chair Sloppy Bed Mixed Wood Bed Exotic Bed Sloppy Lamp Green Chair Rock Guitar Paper Lantern Green Wall Clock Metal Guitar Modern Bed Green Dresser Electric Guitar 3 Modern Lamp Green Table Wall Paper Lantern Electric Notice Board Green Bed Wall Electric Sign Display Partition Green Lamp Kiddie Chair Doughnut Circle Chair Wooden Stool Kiddie Table Drum Set Clothesline Pole Kiddie Bed Trunk Lovely Lamp Ranch Tea Table Going Up Flag Lovely Sofa Ranch Bed Pipe Circle Chair Lovely End Table Cushion Pine Table Lovely Bed Deluxe Frame Loom Lovely Table Copy Machine Beach Table Cabana Armchair Corkboard Hammock Cabana Bed Classic Table Picnic Table Regal Table Classic Bed Flat Display Case Regal Lamp Classic Buffet Writing Chair Cabin Armchair Polar Bear Poster Sign Cabin Couch Stained Glass Polka Dot Chair Cabin Low Table Stripe Bed Polka Dot Closet Cabin Dresser Stripe Lamp Polka Dot Sofa Cabin Table Slide Puzzle Polka Dot Drawers Cabin Bed Portrait Display Case Polka Dot Table Cabin Bookcase Sloppy Chair Polka Dot Clock For certain items you can select both a "pre-programmed" redesign and choose to incorporate a player-created design. The leaf icon for any item remade to incorporate a player-created design will be yellow.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 40) WALLPAPER ****************************************************************************** 123 wallpapers (not counting DLC items) are needed to complete the catalog. Here is the list of wallpapers not available for purchase from the catalog: ...Ice Wall (from Yukidaru Mama) ...Chainlink Fence (from Saharah) ...Spaceship Wall (from Saharah) ...Sporty Wall (from Saharah) ...Ancient Wall (from Saharah) ...Golden Wall (from Kaizo) ...Sea View (from Pascal) ...Sweets Wall (from Gracie) ...Fish Wall (from Chip) ...Office Wall (from Saharah) ...Music-Room Wall (from Saharah) ...Pave Wall (from Festivale) ...Tree-Lined Wall (from Saharah) ...Forest Wall (from mushrooms) ...Classroom Wall (from Saharah) ...Gracie Wallpaper (from Gracie) ...Ski Slope Wall (from Yukidaru Man) ...Meadow Vista (from Saharah) ...Western Vista (from Saharah) ...Maple Wall (from Saharah) ...Gorgeous Wall (from Gracie) ...Concrete Wall (from Saharah) ...Desert Vista (from Saharah) ...Summit Wall (from Saharah) ...Mortar Wall (from Saharah) ...Shoji Screen (from Saharah) ...Backgammon Wall (from Saharah) ...Mushroom Mural (from Fortune Cookie) ...Bathhouse Wall (from Saharah) ...Garden Wall (from Saharah) ...Egg Wall (from Bunny Day) ...Sloppy Wall (from R. Parkers) ...Basement Wall (from Saharah) ...Exhibit Wall (from Museum Exhibit rooms) ...Trump Wall (from Gracie) ...Balloon Wall (from balloon) ...Princess Wall (from Gracie) ...Blue Tarp (from Saharah) ...Ringside Seating (from Saharah) ...Lunar Horizon (from Saharah) ...Creepy Wallpaper (from Halloween) ...Mermaid Wall (from Island) ...Skyscraper Wall (from Saharah) ...Tropical Vista (from Island) ...Snowman Wall (from Snowman) ...Cabana Wall (from Island) This wallpaper does not appear in the catalog: ...Ragged Wall (from Halloween)  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 41) CARPETING ****************************************************************************** 117 carpets (not counting DLC items) are needed to complete the catalog. Here is the list of carpeting not available for purchase from the catalog: ...Ice Floor (from Yukidaru Mama) ...Sandlot (from Saharah) ...Spaceship Floor (from Saharah) ...Sporty Floor (from Saharah) ...Ancient Tile (from Saharah) ...Golden Floor (from Kaizo) ...Sweets Floor (from Gracie) ...Fish Floor (from Chip) ...Office Flooring (from Saharah) ...Bath Tile (from Saharah) ...Music-Room Floor (from Saharah) ...Pave Floor (from Festivale) ...Sand Garden (from Saharah) ...Ship Deck (from Pascal) ...Forest Floor (from mushrooms) ...Classroom Floor (from Saharah) ...Gracie Carpet (from Gracie) ...Lunar Surface (from Saharah) ...Ski Slope Floor (from Yukidaru Man) ...Western Desert (from Saharah) ...Maple Floor (from Saharah) ...Gorgeous Floor (from Saharah) ...Mossy Carpet (from Saharah) ...Concrete Floor (from Saharah) ...Saharah's Desert (from Saharah) ...Chessboard Rug (from Saharah) ...Block Floor (from Fortune Cookie) ...Daisy Meadow (from Saharah) ...Tatami (from Saharah) ...Egg Floor (from Bunny Day) ...Sloppy Floor (from R. Parkers) ...Basement Floor (from Saharah) ...Exhibit Floor (from Museum Exhibit rooms) ...Ladybug Carpet (from Nat) ...Trump Floor (from Gracie) ...Balloon Floor (from balloon) ...Closed Road (from Saharah) ...Princess Carpet (from Gracie) ...Boxing Ring Mat (from Saharah) ...Sidewalk (from Saharah) ...Creepy Carpet (from Halloween) ...Mermaid Floor (from Island) ...Tropical Floor (from Island) ...Snowman Carpet (from Snowman) ...Cabana Flooring (from Island) This carpet does not appear in the catalog: ...Ragged Floor (from Halloween)  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 42) TOPS ****************************************************************************** 448 tops (shirts) (not counting DLC items) are needed to complete the catalog. Here is the list of tops not available for purchase from the catalog: ...Blue Argyle Top (from Gracie) ...Blue Argyle Top Long (from Gracie) ...Blue Cavalry Shirt (from Gracie) ...Blue Aloha Shirt (from Island) ...Caterpillar Tee (from Gracie) ...Red Argyle Top (from Gracie) ...Red Argyle Top Long (from Gracie) ...Red Cavalry Shirt (from Gracie) ...Red Aloha Shirt (from Island) ...Kappa Suit (from Island) ...Cafe Uniform (from Brewster) ...Shirt Circuit (from Gracie) ...Giraffe Shirt (from Gracie) ...Giraffe Sleeveless (from Gracie) ...Gracie's Top (from Gracie) ...Chemical Denim Jacket (from Gracie) ...Groovy Shirt (from Gracie) ...Groovy Sleeveless (from Gracie) ...Cyan Argyle Top (from Gracie) ...Cyan Argyle Top Long (from Gracie) ...Cyan Argyle Sleeveless (from Gracie) ...Shisho Suit (from Dr. Shrunk) ...White Tuxedo (from Gracie) ...Zebra Shirt (from Gracie) ...Zebra Sleeveless (from Gracie) ...Tuxedo (from Gracie) ...Boy Idol Shirt (from Gracie) ...Ladybug Shirt (from Gracie) ...Matador Shirt (from Gracie) ...Dragon Team Jacket (from Gracie) ...Tiger Shirt (from Gracie) ...Tiger Sleeveless (from Gracie) ...Tiger Team Jacket (from Gracie) ...Knit Vest (from Gracie) ...Cool Shirt (from Gracie) ...Happy Room T-shirt (from HRA) ...Happy Room Jacket (from HRA) ...Flowery Shirt (from Island) ...Varia Suit (from Fortune Cookie) ...Pulse Shirt (from Gracie) ...Pulse Shirt Long (from Gracie) ...Orange Pinstripe (from Gracie) ...Orange Pinstripe Long (from Gracie) ...Pink Argyle Top (from Gracie) ...Pink Argyle Top Long (from Gracie) ...Pink Argyle Sleeveless (from Gracie) ...Pink Camisole (from Gracie) ...Flan Shirt (from Gracie) ...Vest-Attached Shirt (from Gracie) ...Hot Dog Shirt (from Gracie) ...Cow Shirt (from Gracie) ...Cow Sleeveless (from Gracie) ...Coral Shirt (from Gracie) ...Coral Sleeveless (from Gracie) ...Sandwich Shirt (from Gracie) ...Hero's Clothes (from Fortune Cookie) ...Pleather Vest (from Gracie) ...7-Eleven Shirt (from DLC) This top does not appear in the catalog: ...Patched Shirt (from Halloween)  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 43) BOTTOMS ****************************************************************************** 121 bottoms (pants, shorts, and skirts) are needed to complete the catalog. Here is the list of bottoms not available for purchase from the catalog: ...Argyle Skirt (from Gracie) ...Ripped Jeans (from Gracie) ...Aloha Shorts (from Island) ...Kappa Pants (from Island) ...Giraffe Pants (from Gracie) ...Chemical Jeans (from Gracie) ...White Formal Pants (from Gracie) ...White Lace Skirt (from Gracie) ...Zebra Pants (from Gracie) ...Check Shorts (from Gracie) ...Brown Check Shorts (from Gracie) ...Two-tone Pants (from Gracie) ...Matador Pants (from Gracie) ...Tiger Pants (from Gracie) ...Varia Suit Pants (from Fortune Cookie) ...Kneepad Pants (from Gracie) ...Pink Argyle Skirt (from Gracie) ...Cow Pants (from Gracie) ...Hero's Pants (from Fortune Cookie) ...Leather Pants (from Gracie) This bottom does not appear in the catalog: ...Ragged Pants (from Halloween)  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 44) DRESSES ****************************************************************************** 97 dresses are needed to complete the catalog. Here is the list of dresses not available for purchase from the catalog: ...Idol Dress (from Gracie) ...Blue Polka Dot Dress (from Gracie) ...Butterfly Dress (from Gracie) ...Current Idol Dress (from Gracie) ...Yellow Polka Dot Dress (from Gracie) ...Pure Snow Dress (from Gracie) ...Brown Houndstooth Dress (from Gracie) ...Houndstooth Dress (from Gracie) ...Trenchcoat (from Gracie) ...Knit Dress (from Gracie) ...Cool Dress (from Gracie) ...Bathrobe (from Gracie) ...Pink Party Dress (from Gracie) ...Blue Party Dress (from Gracie) ...Witch Robe (from Gracie) ...Masquerade Dress (from Gracie) ...Muumuu (from Club Kotobuki) ...Maid Dress (from Gracie) ...Fir Tree Dress (from Gracie) ...Frilly Dress (from Gracie) This dress does not appear in the catalog: ...Ragged Dress (from Halloween)  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 45) HEADWEAR ****************************************************************************** 203 headwear items (hats and helmets) are needed to complete the catalog. Here is the list of headwear not available for purchase from the catalog: ...Blue Ogre Mask (from Bean Day) ...Blue Pikmin (from Fortune Cookie) ...Red Ogre Mask (from Bean Day) ...Red Pikmin (from Fortune Cookie) ...Yellow Pumpkin Head (from Halloween) ...Elegant Hat (from Gracie) ...Tiara Hair (from Gracie) ...Pirate's Hat (from Island) ...Kappa Cap (from Island) ...Pumpkin Head (from Halloween) ...Toad Hat (from Fortune Cookie) ...Yellow Pikmin (from Fortune Cookie) ...Captain's Hat (from Island) ...Green Pumpkin Head (from Halloween) ...Gracie's Hat (from Gracie) ...Cloche Hat (from Gracie) ...Coin Headpiece (from Gracie) ...Shamrock Hat (from Shamrock Day) ...Bridal Veil (from Gracie) ...Actress Hat (from Gracie) ...Newsprint Helmet (from Boy's Day) ...Small Silk Hat (from Gracie) ...Matador Hat (from Gracie) ...Blue New Year Hat (from Countdown) ...Red New Year Hat (from Countdown) ...Yellow New Year Hat (from Countdown) ...Green New Year Hat (from Countdown) ...Birthday Sunglasses (from Birthday) ...Birthday Hat (from Birthday) ...Purple Pumpkin Head (from Halloween) ...Delivery Person Hat (from Savings) ...Hibiscus Flower (from Club Kotobuki) ...Showy Headdress (from Gracie) ...Sundae Hat (from Gracie) ...Samus Mask (from Fortune Cookie) ...Balloon Hat (from balloon) ...Shiny Star (from Fireworks) ...Shiny Heart (from Fireworks) ...Shiny Flower (from Fireworks) ...Shiny Ball (from Fireworks) ...Fay Mask (from Fortune Cookie) ...Sailor's Hat (from Island) ...Headband (from Gracie) ...Veil (from Gracie) ...Hot Dog Hat (from Gracie) ...Witch's Hat (from Gracie) ...Midna's Mask (from Fortune Cookie) ...Straw Hat (from Island) ...Majora's Mask (from Fortune Cookie) ...Mod Wig (from Gracie) ...Hero's Cap (from Fortune Cookie) ...Snowman Head (from Snowman) ...Ribbon Wig (from Gracie) ...Red Pumpkin Head (from Halloween) ...Retro Helmet (from Gracie) ...Wario Hat (from Fortune Cookie) These headwear items do not appear in the catalog: ...Ragged Hat (from Halloween) ...Red Feather (from Festivale) ...Blue Feather (from Festivale) ...Green Feather (from Festivale) ...Yellow Feather (from Festivale) ...Purple Feather (from Festivale) ...White Feather (from Festivale) ...Pink Feather (from Festivale) ...Rainbow Feather (from Festivale)  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 46) ACCESSORIES ****************************************************************************** 58 accessories are needed to complete the catalog. Here is the list of accessories not available for purchase from the catalog: ...Gradation Sunglasses (from Gracie) ...Gracie Glasses (from Gracie) ...Snorkel Mask (from Island) ...Heart Shades (from Gracie) ...Masquerade Mask (from Gracie) ...Ladder Shades (from Summer Solstice) ...Tortoise Specs (from Gracie) ...Star Shades (from Gracie) ...Big Bro Mustache (from Fortune Cookie) ...Bad Bro Stache (from Fortune Cookie)  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 47) FOOTWEAR ****************************************************************************** 97 footwear items (shoes and socks) are needed to complete the catalog. Here is the list of footwear not available for purchase from the catalog: ...Animal Pumps (from Gracie) ...Western Boots (from Gracie) ...White Leather Shoes (from Gracie) ...Stripe Pumps (from Gracie) ...High-cut Sneakers (from Gracie) ...Varia Suit Boots (from Fortune Cookie) ...Beach Sandals (from Island) ...Polka Dot Pumps (from Gracie) ...Sheepskin Boots (from Gracie) ...Monotone Leather Shoes (from Gracie) ...Hero's Boots (from Fortune Cookie) This footwear item does not appear in the catalog: ...Ragged Shoes (from Halloween)  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 48) UMBRELLAS ****************************************************************************** 36 umbrellas are needed to complete the catalog. Here is the list of umbrellas not available for purchase from the catalog: ...Modern Umbrella (from Gracie) ...Gracie Umbrella (from Gracie) ...Elegant Umbrella (from Gracie) ...Peach 's Parasol (from Fortune Cookie) ...Petal Parasol (from Gracie) Other handheld items, like Tools, Party Poppers, Lightsticks, Sparklers, Roman Candles, Bubble Wands, Blow Streamers, Balloons, Pinwheels, Ice Cream Cones, Coffee, Sparkling Cider, Sushi Roll, and Beans, do not appear in the catalog.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 49) STATIONERY ****************************************************************************** 60 types of stationery are needed to complete the catalog. When you receive mail, the stationery does not enter your catalog. These stationery do not appear in the catalog: ...Gallery Paper (from Crazy Redd) ...Museum Paper (from Museum Shop) (rare) ...Halloween Paper (from Jack) ...Post Office Paper (from Savings) ...Snowman Paper (from Snowman/Yukinko)  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 50) MUSIC ****************************************************************************** 91 music items are needed to complete the catalog. Music can be ordered from the catalog for 3,200 bells each. You must request three by name: [???] - hiragana u ta ta ne no yu me [???] - hiragana o sa n po [???] - hiragana do u bu tsu no shi ma You receive this on the Saturday nearest your Birthday: [???] - hiragana ki mi no ta n ji(shi) yo(small) u bi In (Japanese) catalog order, here are hiragana/katakana for the other 87 songs: [Cruisin' K.K.] - katakana a - ba n hiragana ke ke [Lucky K.K.] - katakana a i ri tsu(small) shi yu(small) hiragana so n gu [Mountain Song] - katakana a ru pe n hiragana so n gu [Aloha K.K.] - katakana a ro ha hiragana ke ke [Surfin' K.K.] - katakana e re ki hiragana so n gu [Two Days Ago] - hiragana o to to i [Only Me] - katakana o n ri - mi - [Pondering] - hiragana ka n ga e chi yu(small) u [???] - hiragana ke ke katakana a i do ru [K.K. Safari] - hiragana ke ke katakana a fu ro [K.K. Western] - hiragana ke ke katakana u e(small) su ta n [K.K. Lament] - hiragana ke ke e n ka [K.K. Rally] - hiragana ke ke o n do [K.K. Marathon] - hiragana ke ke katakana ga mu ra n [K.K. Calypso] - hiragana ke ke katakana ka ri pu so [K.K. Country] - hiragana ke ke katakana ka n to ri - [???] - hiragana ke ke katakana gu ru - vu [Agent K.K.] - hiragana ke ke ke i ji(shi) [Soulful K.K.] - hiragana ke ke katakana go su pe ru [K.K. Salsa] - hiragana ke ke katakana sa ru sa [K.K. Samba] - hiragana ke ke katakana sa n ba [K.K. Chorale] - hiragana ke ke sa n bi ka [K.K. Jazz] - hiragana ke ke katakana ji(shi) ya(small) zu(su) [???] - hiragana ke ke ji(shi) yo(small) n ga ra [K.K. Swing] - hiragana ke ke katakana su u i(small) n gu [K.K. Ska] - hiragana ke ke katakana su ka [Mr. K.K.] - hiragana ke ke se n se i [K.K. Soul] - hiragana ke ke katakana so u ru [K.K. Song] - hiragana ke ke katakana so n gu [King K.K.] - hiragana ke ke da i mi yo(small) u [K.K. Tango] - hiragana ke ke katakana ta n go [Imperial K.K.] - hiragana ke ke katakana chi ya(small) i na [K.K. Dixie] - hiragana ke ke katakana de i(small) ki shi - [???] - hiragana ke ke katakana de i(small) su ko [???] - hiragana ke ke katakana to ro ni ka [K.K. Etude] - hiragana ke ke no katakana e chi yu(small) - do [K.K. Sonata] - hiragana ke ke no katakana so na ta [???] - hiragana ke ke no katakana mi ro n ga [Rockin' K.K.] - hiragana ke ke no katakana ro ke n ro - ru [K.K. House] - hiragana ke ke katakana ha u su [K.K. Ballad] - hiragana ke ke katakana ba ra tsu(small) do [Cafe K.K.] - hiragana ke ke katakana pa ri [???] - hiragana ke ke katakana ha ri u tsu(small) do [K.K. Parade] - hiragana ke ke katakana pa re - do [K.K. Rockabilly] - hiragana ke ke katakana bi ri - [The K. Funk] - hiragana ke ke katakana fu a(small) n ku [K.K. Fusion] - hiragana ke ke katakana fu yu(small) - ji(shi) yo(small) n [???] - hiragana ke ke katakana fu ra me n ko [K.K. Blues] - hiragana ke ke katakana bu ru - su [K.K. Bossa] - hiragana ke ke katakana bo tsu(small) sa [???] - hiragana ke ke katakana bo re ro [K.K. March] - hiragana ke ke katakana ma - chi [???] - hiragana ke ke katakana ma ha ra ji(shi) ya(small) [K.K. Aria] - hiragana ke ke katakana ma ri a [K.K. Mambo] - hiragana ke ke katakana ma n bo [K.K. Folk] - hiragana ke ke mi n yo u [K.K. Metal] - hiragana ke ke katakana me ta ru [K.K. Love Song] - hiragana ke ke katakana ra vu so n gu [K.K. Lullaby] - hiragana ke ke katakana ra ra ba i [K.K. Reggae] - hiragana ke ke katakana re ge e [K.K. Rock] - hiragana ke ke katakana ro tsu(small) ku [???] - hiragana ke ke katakana ro ma [K.K. Waltz] - hiragana ke ke katakana wa ru tsu [K.K. Steppe] - katakana ko sa tsu(small) ku hiragana so n gu [K.K. Dirge] - hiragana ko wa i u ta [Comrade K.K.] - hiragana shi yo(small) u wa ke ke ka yo u [Senor K.K.] - katakana se ni yo(small) - ru hiragana ke ke [I Love You] - hiragana da i su ki [K.K. Technopop] - katakana te ku no bi - to [K.K. D & B] - katakana do ra mu n be - su [K.K. Casbah] - katakana to ru ko hiragana so n gu [Neapolitan] - katakana na po ri ta n [To the Edge] - katakana na mi na mi [Steep Hill] - hiragana ni da n za ka [K.K. Gumbo] - katakana ni yu(small) - o ri n zu(su) hiragana so n gu [K.K. Faire] - katakana ha i sa i hiragana ke ke [Spring Blossoms] - hiragana ha ru no ko mo re bi [Marine Song 2001] - hiragana fu na u ta 2 0 0 1 [Stale Cupcakes] - katakana bu ru - hiragana o ni gi ri [K.K. Condor] - katakana pe ru - hiragana no u ta [Wandering] - hiragana ho u ro u [My Place] - hiragana bo ku no ba shi yo(small) [???] - katakana mi ni ma ru hiragana o n ga ku [Forest Life] - hiragana mo ri no se i ka tsu [DJ K.K.] - katakana yu - ro bi - to [Go K.K. Rider!] - hiragana yu ke ! ke ke katakana ra i da - [K.K. Ragtime] - katakana ra gu ta i mu In (Korean) catalog order, here are hangeul for the songs ("T.K." in English letters): ??? ??? ???  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 51) GYROIDS ****************************************************************************** 131 gyroids are needed to complete the catalog. All gyroids are not available for purchase from the catalog.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 52) FOSSILS ****************************************************************************** 67 fossils are needed to complete the catalog. All fossils are not available for purchase from the catalog.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 53) DESIGNS ****************************************************************************** Each player starts with ten default designs in their pockets/inventory: [???] fuku no katagami or Shirt Paper Pattern [???] boushi no katagami or Hat Paper Pattern [???] kasa no katagami or Umbrella Paper Pattern [???] bara no hata or Rose Flag [???] kuwagata no hata or Stag Beetle Flag [???] muji no nuno (1) or Plain Fabric (yellow) [???] muji no nuno (2) or Plain Fabric (green) [???] muji no nuno (3) or Plain Fabric (blue) [???] otameshi kabegami or Trial Wallpaper [???] otameshi juutan or Trial Carpeting Able Sisters starts with eight default designs on display: [???] sanshoku chekku or Three-Color Check [???] ringo moyou or Apple Design [???] midori no nami moyou or Green Wave Design [???] tsuta no moyou or Ivy Design [???] hanagara wan pisu or Flower Pattern Dress (PRO design) [???] hiyoko nosuribu or Chick No-Sleeve (PRO design) [???] han sode shatsu or Short Sleeve Shirt (PRO design) [???] naga sode shatsu or Long Sleeve Shirt (PRO design)  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 54) CLOTHING VISUAL IMPRESSIONS ****************************************************************************** In Tobidase Doubutsu no Mori, virtually all clothing items (and many other items, like furniture) are designated with a Visual Impression. The Visual Impressions are Crazy {Teug-i}, Fancy {Hwaryeo}, Formal {Gyeoksik}, Gorgeous {Reoksyeori}, Modern {Modeon}, Old {Oldeu}, Rock {Gangryeol}, Safe {Munan}, Sporty {Seupoteo}, and Traditional {Jeontongjeok}. To satisfy [Gracie's] Grace's {Grace's} Fashion Check, wear clothing of the Visual Impression specified by [Gracie] Grace {Grace}. Here are the clothing items associated with each Visual Impression: Crazy ---------- Caterpillar Tee Pop Bloom Shirt Purple Pumpkin Head Fiendish Shirt Cow Shirt Leaf Mask Uncommon Shirt Cow Sleeveless Sundae Hat Striking Outfit Sandwich Shirt Jester's Cap Ugly Shirt Bold Check Shirt Fay Mask Optical Shirt Noodle Shirt Frankenstein Mask Optical Sleeveless Red Stripe Pants Headband Kappa Suit Kappa Pants Hat-Attached Afro Moldy Shirt Giraffe Pants Hot Dog Hat Giraffe Shirt Two-tone Pants Dressing Giraffe Sleeveless Jester Pants Midna's Mask Groovy Shirt Mummy Pants Insect Helmet Groovy Sleeveless Cow Pants Majora's Mask Dice Shirt Moldy Dress Ski Mask Shisho Suit Star Dress Mohawk Wig Crossing Shirt Twinkle Dress Red Pumpkin Head Star Shirt Bathrobe Wario Hat Splendid Shirt Loud Bloom Dress 3-D Glasses Prism Shirt Pop Bloom Dress HMD Danger Shirt Fir Tree Dress Eye Mask Ladybug Shirt Blue Ogre Mask Gas Mask Twinkle Shirt Red Ogre Mask Cucumber Pack Twinkle Sleeveless Afro Wig Huge Shades Nebula Shirt Yellow Pumpkin Head Cyber Sunglasses Nebula Shirt Long Wolf Mask Steampunk Glasses Barber Shirt Demon Wig Twig Loud Bloom Shirt Ghost Helmet Clown Mask Jester Shirt Skull Hat Star Shades Jester Sleeveless Kappa Cap Lemon Pack Future Shirt Pumpkin Head Bad Bro Stache Tin Shirt Green Pumpkin Head Starry-Eye Glasses Flan Shirt Shower Cap Engineer Boots Kiddie Shirt Tingle Hat Long Socks Mummy Shirt Devil Helmet Jester Boots Hot Dog Shirt Fancy ---------- Rose Sky Shirt Daisy Shirt Bunny Hood Red Check Shirt Long Round Collar Shirt Bun Wig Candy Gingham Sheepskin Coat Lil' Bro's Hat Candy Gingham Long Melon Shirt Big Bro's Hat Strawberry Shirt Melon Sleeveless Orange Knit Hat Strawberry Sleeveless Winter Sweater Frog Cap Gelato Shirt Dazed Shirt Badge Hat Gelato Shirt Long Dazed Shirt Long Yellow Ribbon Bubble Gum Shirt Dreamy Shirt Kiwi Hat Bubble Gum Shirt Long Lovely Shirt Toad Hat Bunny Shirt Beaded Sleeveless Yellow Pikmin Bunny Shirt Long Aurora Knit Dandy Hat Frog Top Lemon Gingham Kintaro Wig Frog Shirt Lemon Gingham Long Bear Cap Frog Shirt Long Lotus Shirt Festive Hat Spunky Knit Melon Gingham Watermelon Hat Yellow Tartan Melon Gingham Long Small Silk Hat Yellow Tartan Long Red Check Skirt Small Hat Kiwi Shirt Red Dot Skirt Tulip Hat Kiwi Sleeveless Emerald Dot Skirt Moon Hairpin Toad Shirt Frog Pants Halo Toad Shirt Long Bear Pants Wizard's Cap Bear Top Fresh Check Skirt Mandarin Hat Bear Shirt Santa Pants Blue New Year Hat Bear Shirt Long White Lace Skirt Red New Year Hat Cherry Shirt Light Polka Skirt Yellow New Year Hat Santa Jacket Cuff Pants Green New Year Hat Cyan Argyle Top Check Shorts Cat Cap Cyan Argyle Top Long Polka Dot Shorts Birthday Hat Cyan Argyle Sleeveless Funky Dot Skirt Heart Hairpin Blue Tartan Long Natty Skirt Hibiscus Flower White Camisole Green Shorts Balloon Hat Floral Knit Idol Dress Shiny Star Rose Shirt Blue Polka Dot Dress Shiny Heart Light Polka Shirt Rose Sky Dress Shiny Flower Light Polka Shirt Long Red Hood Dress Shiny Ball Watermelon Shirt Fairy Tale Dress Pink Knit Hat Watermelon Sleeveless Current Idol Dress Grape Hat Icy Shirt Bunny Sleeveless Star Hairpin Smock Bunny Dress Braid Wig Elephant Shirt Yellow Raincoat Purple Knit Hat Elephant Shirt Long Citrus Gingham Dress Melon Hat Boy Idol Shirt Yellow Polka Dot Dress Snowman Head Tulip Shirt Christmas Dress Red Nose Chocomint Shirt Embroidery Dress Red Glasses Citrus Shirt Jumper Dress Pacifier Citrus Sleeveless Floral Dress Yellow Glasses Heart Shirt Rose Dress Beak Funky Dot Shirt Check Camisole Dress Santa Beard Funky Dot Sleeveless Flower Bolero Heart Shades Leaf Shirt Knit Dress Pack Flowery Shirt Cat Sleeveless Stache and Glasses Flower Dress Cat Dress Pink Glasses Spring Shirt Silk Bloom Dress Big Bro Mustache Flower Print Camisole Vogue Dress Red Shoes Silk Bloom Shirt Gumdrop Dress Red Deck Shoes Bubble Shirt Natty Dress Orange Sandals Bubble Sleeveless Blossom Dress Yellow Belt Shoes Gumdrop Shirt Polka Dot Dress Rain Boots Peachy Shirt Green Cardigan Gray Leggings Peachy Sleeveless Fairytale Dress Black Leggings Sunflower Shirt Dazed Dress Santa Boots Chick Shirt Dreamy Dress White Enamel Shoes Pink Argyle Top Lovely Dress Star Tights Pink Argyle Top Long Ribbon Dress Heart Tights Pink Argyle Sleeveless Lotus Dress Pink Sneakers Pink Wave Shirt Blue Nightcap Pink String Shoes Pink Tartan Blue Ribbon Stripe Tights Pink Tartan Long Blue Pikmin Star High Socks Natty Shirt Red Nightcap Polka Dot Sneakers Natty Shirt Long Red Ribbon Polka Dot Pumps Pink Camisole Red Hood Polka Dot Socks Pink Print Camisole Baby's Hat Polka Dot Rain Boots Blossom Shirt Red Pikmin Green Tights Grape Shirt Red Pom-Pom Hat Sheepskin Boots Grape Sleeveless Strawberry Hat Lace Socks Formal ---------- Attendant Shirt Military Pants Bridal Headdress Student Shirt Waitress Dress Matador Hat Cafe Uniform Circus Dress Nurse Cap Pilot Shirt Graduation Gown Felt Hat Security Shirt Green Corset Delivery Person Hat Chef's Outfit Shirt Dress Sailor's Hat Blue Tartan Pure Snow Dress Veil White Tuxedo Pure Snow Sleeveless Work Cap Tuxedo Trenchcoat Doctor's Mirror Vest-Attached Shirt Nurse Dress Pilot Shades Sailor's Uniform Long Pink Party Dress Curly Mustache Tie-Attached Shirt Blue Party Dress Monocle Doctor's Coat Holy Dress Blue Pumps Happy Home Jacket Best Dress Black Leather Shoes Sailor's Uniform Orange Check Dress Black Tights Military Uniform Drop Waist Dress Black Long Shoes Beige Blazer Emperor's Cap Black Pumps Vest-Attached Shirt Scholar's Hat Black Stockings Concierge Shirt Student Cap Navy Blue High Socks Green Blazer Pilot Hat White Leather Shoes Ribbon Blouse Captain's Hat White Stockings Gray Formal Pants Police Cap Brown Loafers Black Formal Pants Chef's Hat Commute Socks Navy Blue Formal Pants Bridal Veil Belt Shoes White Formal Pants Top Hat Purple Pumps Sailor Skirt School Commute Hat Monotone Leather Shoes Brown Formal Pants Gorgeous ---------- Blue Cavalry Shirt Gothic Skirt Coin Headpiece Red Cavalry Shirt Butterfly Dress Samba Headdress Amethyst Shirt Frock Coat Actress Hat Amethyst Shirt Long Classic Dress Onion Hair Royal Shirt Princess Dress Showy Headdress Noble Shirt Leather Jerkin Mod Wig Bodice Laced Dress Ribbon Wig Coral Shirt Frilly Dress King's Beard Coral Sleeveless Elegant Hat Animal Pumps Beaded Shirt Royal Crown Net Tights Rainbow Shirt Empress' Tiara Wig Rainbow Tights Rainbow Sleeveless Tiara Hair Wine Red Tights Royal Shorts Crown Modern ---------- Crewel Shirt Swell Shirt Long Go-Go Shirt Airy Shirt Blue Diamond Top Dark Polka Skirt Gracie's Top Blue Diamond Top Long Cool Dress Dark Polka Shirt Blue Check Print Blue Retro Dress Dark Polka Shirt Long Blue Check Print Long Gracie Hat Trendy Shirt Jade Check Print Cloche Hat Cool Shirt Jade Check Print Long Gracie Glasses Orange Pinstripe Grape Stripe Long Ellipse Sunglasses Orange Pinstripe Long Grape Stripe Tee Sabots Swell Shirt Night Sky Tee Stripe Pumps Old ---------- Fall Leaf Shirt Subdued Print Helmet Fall Leaf Shirt Long Armor Suit Traditional Hat Sharp Outfit Beige Knit Diving Mask Scale Armor Suit Vertigo Shirt Samurai Wig Misty Shirt Vertigo Shirt Long King Tut Mask Misty Sleeveless Camel Shirt Knight's Helmet Samurai Suit Scale Armor Pants Ninja Hood Chichi Print Samurai Pants Viking Helmet Straw Shirt Gold Armor Pants Headscarf Gold Armor Suit Caveman Shorts Witch's Hat Caveman Tunic Burglar's Pants Roman Helmet Monkey Shirt Armor Pants Tiny Shades Deer Shirt Egyptian Outfit Rimmed Glasses Burglar's Shirt Caveman Dress Retro Glasses Painter's Smock Witch Robe Gold Armor Shoes Painter's Smock Long Cow Bone Leather Sandals Yellow Pinstripe Powdered Wig Armor Shoes Yellow Pinstripe Long Rock ---------- BB Shirt Tiger Shirt Non-wash Skirt Blue Team Jacket Tiger Sleeveless Varia Suit Pants Red Team Jacket Tiger Team Jacket Leopard Skirt Cafe Shirt Varia Suit Leopard Pants Lightning Shirt Pulse Shirt Flame Pants Kanji T-shirt Pulse Shirt Long Bone Pants Arctic Camo Leopard Shirt Jungle Camo Shorts Arctic Camo Long Leopard Sleeveless Jungle Camo Pants Shirt Circuit Flame Shirt Leather Pants Checkerboard Tee Flame Shirt Long Pirate Coat Checkerboard Long Chain-Gang Shirt Masquerade Dress Black Team Jacket Chain-Gang Shirt Long U R Here Dress Chemical Denim Jacket Bone Shirt Pirate's Hat Fish Shirt Jungle Camo Combat Helmet Zipper Shirt Jungle Camo Long Towel Zipper Sleeveless Rugby Shirt Birthday Sunglasses Jagged Shirt Rugby Shirt Long Samus Mask Jagged Sleeveless U R Here Shirt Headphones Spiderweb Shirt Mischievous Student Shirt Regent Wig Zebra Shirt Pleather Vest Eye Patch Zebra Sleeveless Ripped Jeans Post-Op Patch Denim Vest Cargo Pants Gradation Sunglasses Checkered Shirt Arctic Camo Pants Triangle Shades Desert Camo Checkerboard Skirt Funky Glasses Desert Camo Long Chemical Jeans Ladder Shades Skull Shirt Zebra Pants High Laced Boots Skull Shirt Long Desert Camo Pants Varia Suit Boots Dragon Team Jacket Tiger Pants Safe ---------- Blue Down Jacket Blue Pinstripe Long Chinos Blue Flannel Shirt Speedway Shirt Brown Check Shorts Aqua Polka Shirt Spade Shirt Non-wash Jeans Blue Check Shirt Cloudy Shirt Picnic Skirt Blue Check Shirt Long Diamond Shirt Blue Grid Skirt Blue Raglan Shirt Long Down Vest Green Tartan Pants Blue Raglan Shirt Duffel Coat Mint Gingham Skirt Blue Pajama Earthy Knit Dapper Dress Blue Polka Sleeveless Denim Jacket Simple Red Dress Red Down Jacket Bright Shirt Simple Green Dress Red Flannel Shirt Fern Shirt Neat Ensemble Red Check Shirt Fern Shirt Long Blue Pom-Pom Hat Red Pajama Happy Home T-shirt Cool Hat Red Grid Shirt Pink Parka Do-Rag Red Grid Shirt Long Blue Tie-Dye Black Knit Cap Footprint Shirt Blue Tie-Dye Sleeveless Green Knit Hat Red Tie-Dye Vegetarian Shirt Blue Frames Red Tie-Dye Sleeveless Vegetarian Shirt Long Brown Glasses Big Star Shirt Picnic Shirt Doctor's Mask A Shirt Picnic Shirt Long Mint Glasses Orange Tie-Dye Blue Grid Shirt Green Glasses Orange Tie-Dye Sleeveless Blue Grid Shirt Long Purple Glasses Dapper Shirt Chevron Shirt 3 Weave Socks Dapper Shirt Long Green Bar Shirt Blue Sneakers Yellow Bar Shirt Green Bar Shirt Long Gray Tights Yellow Bar Shirt Long Mint Gingham Top Gray Melange Big Dot Shirt Mint Gingham Top Long Black Loafers Big Dot Sleeveless Green Tie-Dye Black Ankle Socks Grass Shirt Green Tie-Dye Sleeveless Sandals Club Shirt Snow Shirt White High Socks Gray Parka Blue Stripe Pants White Ankle Socks Purple Tie-Dye Blue Pajama Pants Slippers Purple Tie-Dye Sleeveless Red Pajama Pants Check Socks Black Denim Jacket Red Grid Skirt Brown Sneakers Black Flannel Shirt Dapper Skirt Brown Pumps Snowcone Shirt Gray Sweatpants Beige Tights Snowcone Sleeveless Gray Skirt Stripe Socks Comfy Sweater Gray Stripe Pants Green Belt Shoes Sunset Top Black Jeans Green Stripe Socks Sunset Sleeveless Black Denim Skirt Melange Socks Cyan Argyle Sleeveless Black Skirt Rain Socks Blue Pinstripe Navy Blue Skirt Sporty ---------- One-Ball Shirt Basketball Shirt Safety Helmet Two-Ball Shirt Cycling Outfit Water Hood Three-Ball Shirt Blue Zap Suit Sumo Top-Knot Wig Four-Ball Shirt Green Zap Suit Yellow Cap Five-Ball Shirt Red Zap Suit Catcher's Mask Six-Ball Shirt Wrestler Shirt 1-Up Cap Seven-Ball Shirt Blue Stripe Knit Bicycle Helmet Eight-Ball Shirt Blue Stripe Knit Long Fireman's Hat Nine-Ball Shirt Green Warm-up Suit Jockey Helmet MVP Shirt Green Sweatsuit White Cap MVP Shirt Long Green Tank Top White Team Hat No. 1 Shirt Baseball Shirt Swimming Cap No. 23 Shirt Latin Uniform Explorer's Hat No. 2 Shirt Latin Uniform Long Bandana No. 3 Shirt Rally Shirt Blue Zap Helmet No. 4 Shirt Rally Sleeveless Green Zap Helmet No. 5 Shirt Racing Shirt Red Zap Helmet No. 67 Shirt Blue Gym Shorts Pilot's Cap Blue Sweatsuit Blue Boxer Shorts Pink Zap Helmet Blue Warm-up Suit Blue Warm-up Pants Star Cap Red Sweatsuit Red Gym Shorts Fencing Mask Red Warm-up Suit Red Boxer Shorts Racing Helmet Red Bar Shirt Red Warm-up Pants Wrestling Mask Red Bar Shirt Long Space Pants Light Blue Cap Red Rainwear Orange Work Pants Green Cap Racer Shirt Kung-Fu Pants Green Headgear Space Suit Firefighter Pants Purple Cap Marathon Shirt Sport Warm-up Pants Motocross Helmet Lil' Bro's Shirt Explorer Shorts Baseball Helmet Big Bro's Shirt Pep Squad Skirt Retro Helmet Orange Jumpsuit Denim Skirt Snorkel Mask Kung-Fu Gi Matador Pants Goggles Kung-Fu Gi Long Dragon Leggings Sporty Shades Deep Blue Tee Basketball Shorts Bandage Deep Blue Sleeveless Blue Zap Pants Superhero Mask Gray Tank Top Green Zap Pants Hockey Mask Beatnik Shirt Red Zap Pants Blue Ring Shoes Beatnik Shirt Long Pink Sweatpants Red Ring Shoes Beatnik Sleeveless Wrestler Pants Orange Sneakers Wrap Shirt Green Warm-up Pants Colorful Sneakers Cycle Shirt Green Gym Shorts Yellow String Shoes Fresh Shirt Baseball Pants Soccer Socks Fresh Sleeveless Latin Uniform Pants Stripe Sneakers Game Shirt Running Pants Snow Boots Firefighter Tee Athlete Shorts Spike Shoes Sport Warm-up Suit Racing Pants Sport Shoes Racer 6 Shirt Ballet Dress Mountain Boots Explorer Shirt Pink Zap Suit Mountain Tights Pep Squad Shirt Blue Cap High-cut Sneakers Pep Squad Sleeveless Blue Headgear Basketball Shoes Fishing Jacket Red Cap Ballet Shoes Matador Shirt Red Headgear Beach Sandals Dragon Shirt Red Team Hat Hero Boots Navy Rainwear Space Helmet Marine Tights Nintendo Shirt Football Helmet Leg Warmers Traditional ----------- Iceland Sweater Detective Outfit Muumuu Blue Argyle Top Hero's Clothes Maid Dress Blue Argyle Top Long Reggae Shirt Celebration Hat Blue Aloha Shirt Reggae Sleeveless Asian Hat Red Argyle Top Argyle Skirt Kaffiyeh Red Argyle Top Long Red Tartan Pants Warbonnet Red Aloha Shirt Aloha Shorts Dutch Hat Fall Plaid Shirt Cowboy Pants Stagehand Mask Fall Plaid Shirt Long Kilt Geisha Wig Asian Shirt Gray Tartan Skirt Lion Dance Helmet American Shirt Grass Skirt Cavalier Hat Western Shirt Samba Pants Newsprint Helmet Gray Tartan Summer Shorts Sombrero Gray Tartan Long Brown Houndstooth Pants Turban Samba Shirt Houndstooth Pants Grandpa Hat Dawn Shirt Chinese Pants Silk Hat Dawn Sleeveless Kneepad Pants Tyrolean Hat Waffle Shirt Pink Argyle Skirt Outback Hat Waffle Shirt Long Hot Spring Skirt Hunter's Cap One-Way Tee New Spring Skirt Paperboy Cap Summer Jacket Persian Pants Beret Blue Wave Shirt Hero's Pants Pigtail Houndstooth Tee Gaudy Dress Straw Hat Houndstooth Long American Dress Detective Hat Sleeveless Winter Coat Blossoming Kimono Puffy Hat Houndstooth Knit Dutch Dress Hero's Cap Houndstooth Knit Long Coverall Apron Silver Frames Chinese Shirt Casual Outfit Thick Glasses Argyle Knit Kimono Masquerade Mask Knit Vest Toga Tortoise Specs Folk Tunic Samba Dress Venetian Mask Folk Shirt Spanish Dress Argyle Tights Happi Coat Brown Houndstooth Dress Argyle High Socks Hot Spring Shirt Houndstooth Dress Western Boots Bad Plaid Shirt Korean Dress Ethnic Sandals Bad Plaid Shirt Long Tyrolean Dress Ethnic Loafers New Spring Shirt Nile Dress Clogs Persian Coat Yodel Dress Gladiator Sandals Persian Sleeveless Flower Kimono Japanese Clogs Tropical Shirt Poncho Hero's Boots Tropical Sleeveless  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 55) LOOKS ****************************************************************************** When purchasing clothes or accessories at the Able Sisters, [Mabel] Kinuyo {Gosun-i} and [Labelle] Kate {Kate} identify certain items as part of a Look. It seems that [Kicks] Shank {Patrick} does not identify footwear as part of a Look. Wearing the Look gives you a coordinated ensemble. Here is the list of identified Looks: [Strawberry] Ichigo = (Strawberry Shirt or Strawberry Sleeveless) + Strawberry Hat Western = Western Shirt + Cowboy Pants + Outback Hat (+ Western Boots) [Astronaut] Uchuuhikoushi = Space Suit + Space Pants + Space Helmet Viking = Scale Armor Suit + Scale Armor Pants + Viking Helmet [Regal] Ousama = Royal Shirt + Royal Shorts + Royal Crown + King's Beard [Laborer] hataraku hito = Orange Jumpsuit + Orange Work Pants + Safety Helmet [Frog] Kaeru = Frog Top + Frog Pants + Frog Cap Samurai = Samurai Suit + Samurai Pants + Helmet [Kapp'n] Kappa = Kappa Suit + Kappa Pants + Kappa Cap Kiwi = (Kiwi Shirt or Kiwi Sleeveless) + Kiwi Hat [???] Kichou or Pilot In Command = Pilot Shirt + Pilot Hat [Warrior] Romahei = Gold Armor Suit + Gold Armor Pants + Roman Helmet (+ Gold Armor Shoes) [Bear] Kuma = Bear Top + Bear Pants + Bear Cap [Police] Keikan = Security Shirt + Police Cap [Chef] Kokku-san = Chef's Outfit + Chef's Hat [Cyclist] Baikingu = (Cycle Shirt or Cycling Outfit) + Biking Pants + Bicycle Helmet Ninja = Burglar's Shirt + Burglar's Pants + Ninja Hood (+ Leather Sandals) [Cavalier] Juukishi = One-Way Tee + Cavalier Hat [Firefighter] Shouboushi = Firefighter Tee + Firefighter Pants + Fireman's Hat [Watermelon] = (Watermelon Shirt or Watermelon Sleeveless) + Watermelon Hat [Masquerade] Butoukai = Tuxedo + Masquerade Mask [Explorer] Tanken = Explorer Shirt + Explorer Pants + Explorer's Hat [Ornate] Chuuka = Chinese Shirt + Chinese Pants + (Silk Hat or Pigtail) Knight = Armor Suit + Armor Pants + Knight's Helmet (+ Armor Shoes) [Tangerine] Natsumikan = (Citrus Shirt or Citrus Sleeveless) + Mandarin Hat Native = Folk Tunic + Warbonnet [Doctor] Oisha-san = Doctor's Coat + Doctor's Mirror [Samus] Bariasutsu = Varia Suit + Varia Suit Pants + Samus Mask (+ Varia Suit Boots) [Sailor] Funanori = Sailor's Uniform + Sailor's Hat [Blue Hero] Aohiro = Blue Zap Suit + Blue Zap Pants + Blue Zap Helmet [Green Hero] Midorihiro = Green Zap Suit + Green Zap Pants + Green Zap Helmet [Red Hero] Hiro = Red Zap Suit + Red Zap Pants + Red Zap Helmet [Jester] Piero or Clown = (Jester Shirt or Jester Sleeveless) + Jester Pants + (Jester's Cap or Clown Mask) (+ Jester Boots) [Grape] Budou = (Grape Shirt + Grape Sleeveless) + Grape Hat [Wrestler] Puroresu = Wrestler Shirt + Wrestler Pants + Wrestling Mask (+ Blue Ring Shoes or Red Ring Shoes) [Persian] Perusha = Persian Coat + Persian Pants + Turban [Mummy] Miira or Mummy = Mummy Shirt + Mummy Pants + Dressing Combat = (Jungle Camo or Jungle Camo Sleeveless) + Jungle Camo Pants + Combat Helmet [Detective] Tantei = Detective Outfit + Detective Hat Melon = (Melon Shirt or Melon Sleeveless) + Melon Hat [Link] Yuusha = Hero's Clothes + Hero's Pants + Hero's Cap (+ Hero's Boots) Racer = Racing Shirt + Racing Pants + (Racing Helmet or Motocross Helmet) [Bunny] Usagi = (Bunny Sleeveless or Bunny Dress) + Bunny Hood [Egyptian] Ejiputo = Egyptian Outfit + King Tut Mask [Nordic] Oranda = Dutch Dress + Dutch Hat [Pirate] Kaizoku = Pirate Coat + Pirate's Hat + Eye Patch [Graduate] Gakushi = Graduation Gown + Scholar's Hat [Zen] Geisha-san = Kimono + Geisha Wig (+ Japanese Clogs) [Bridal] Uedingu = (Pure Snow Dress or Pure Snow Sleeveless) + Bridal Veil [Alpine] Chirorian = Tyrolean Dress + Tyrolean Hat [Cat] Neko = (Cat Sleeveless or Cat Dress) + Cat Cap [???] Yuagari sutairu or After a Bath Style = Bathrobe + (Shower Cap or Headband) Heroine = Pink Zap Suit + Pink Zap Helmet [Latin or Reggae] Raten = Poncho + Sombrero [Magical] Majo = Witch Robe + Witch's Hat  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 56) HAPPY HOME ACADEMY ****************************************************************************** The [Happy Room Academy (HRA)] Happy Home Academy (HHA) will rate your home interior design. After you get rid of your tent and build a house, you will receive an introductory letter from the [HRA] HHA. Then, [Lyle] Mr. Truth {Ansimhaessi} will be available at [Nook's Homes] Tanuki Housing in the [???] Shoutengai (or Shopping District). You can get your daily score by speaking to [Lyle] Mr. Truth {Ansimhaessi} and listening to the evaluation. Here is the list of the items you can receive from the [HRA] HHA and the points threshold needed to obtain them: ...[???] happi homu T shatsu or Happy Home T-shirt - 10,000 ...[???] akademi no penanto or Academy Pennant - 20,000 ...[???] happi homu jaketto or Happy Home Jacket - 30,000 ...[???] akademi no gin no tate or Academy Silver Medal - 50,000 ...[???] akademi no kin no tate or Academy Gold Medal - 70,000 ...[???] gin no ouchi torofi or Silver House Trophy - 90,000 ...[???] kin no ouchi torofi or Gold House Trophy - 100,000 ...[???] kin no ouchi no mokei or Gold House Model - 150,000 Your score is determined by adding Basic Points to Bonus Points, then subtracting Penalty Points. Each item is assigned a Basic Points value depending upon its source: ...??? ...??? ...??? You can receive Bonus Points for achieving certain collections: ...Complete Series Collect all eleven items of a Series for 20,000. Include matching wallpaper OR matching carpet for 25,000. Include both matching wallpaper and carpet for 30,000. You can't get the matching wallpaper and carpet bonus points unless you have the complete Series. The complete Series has to be in the same room. You can't get multiple Complete Series bonuses for multiples of the same complete Series. ...Complete Theme There seems to be no Complete Theme Bonus. ...Complete Set Collect all items of a Set for 1,000 x # of items. The complete Set has to be in the same room. You cannot get multiple Complete Set bonuses for multiples of the same complete Set. ... seikatsuhitsujuhin or Daily Necessities Collect a bed, chair, table, dresser, and wardrobe: from the same Series for 5,000 from different Series for 2,500 The five items do not have to be in the same room. You cannot get multiple Daily Necessities bonuses. ...Feng Shui Bonus yellow, red, and green items, properly placed, for 300 x # of Color count You can get multiple Feng Shui bonuses for multiples of the same item. ...Color Bonus Collect a minimum number of items of the same designated Color. There must be a minimum of 8 items total in the room. Count both Colors of each item when trying to reach thresholds: 70% of room for 200 x # of total different items 90% of room for 600 x # of total different items There is only one possible Color bonus per room. ...Interior Theme Bonus Collect a minimum number of items of the same designated Interior Theme. There must be a minimum of 8 items total in the room. Thresholds: 70% of room for 100 x # of total different items 90% of room for 300 x # of total different items There is only one possible Interior Theme bonus per room. ...Category Bonus Collect three items from the same Category for 200 x # of items. ...gakki or Musical Instruments (26 items) ...shokubutsu or Plants (41 furniture items; 45 flowers) ...bijuuhin or Art (57 furniture items) ...mokei or Models (15 furniture items; 20 miniature fossils) ...ningyou or Dolls (37 furniture items) ...Lucky Bonus Collect any of the items designated Lucky for 7,777 x # of items. Lucky items change depending on the month: January February March April ------------- --------------- ---------------- ---------------- Mole Cricket Mole Cricket Common Butterfly Common Butterfly Bagworm Bagworm Yellow Butterfly Yellow Butterfly Dung Beetle Dung Beetle Tiger Butterfly Tiger Butterfly Bitterling Bitterling Loach Loach Pond Smelt Pond Smelt Blue Feather Blanca's Pic Sea Butterfly Sea Butterfly Red Feather Football Fish Football Fish Yellow Feather Tuna Tuna White Feather Chocolate Heart Pink Feather Purple Feather Rainbow Feather May June July August ---------------- --------------- --------------- --------------- Common Butterfly Brown Cicada Brown Cicada Brown Cicada Yellow Butterfly Robust Cicada Robust Cicada Robust Cicada Tiger Butterfly Black Cicada Black Cicada Black Cicada Loach Walker Cicada Walker Cicada Walker Cicada Pink Carnations Evening Cicada Evening Cicada Evening Cicada Cicada Skin Cicada Skin Cicada Skin Giant Snakehead Giant Snakehead Giant Snakehead Sweetfish Sweetfish Sweetfish Napoleonfish Napoleonfish Napoleonfish Red Carnations Sparkler Roman Candle Embers Fireworks September October November December ------------- ----------------- ---------------- ------------- Red Dragonfly Red Dragonfly Red Dragonfly Mole Cricket Salmon Salmon Salmon Bagworm King Salmon King Salmon King Salmon Dung Beetle Wolf Mask Elegant Mushroom Bitterling Ghost Helmet Rare Mushroom Pond Smelt Skull Hat Sea Butterfly Frankenstein Mask Football Fish Dressing Tuna Insect Helmet Santa Jacket Santa Pants Festive Hat Santa Beard Santa Boots All Year -------------------------------------------------------------------- Blue New Year Hat Birthday Candle Birthday Hat Red New Year Hat Birthday Cake Birthday Sunglasses Yellow New Year Hat Birthday Table All 333 villager animal pics Green New Year Hat Birthday Board You cannot get multiple Lucky bonuses for multiples of the same item. You can be assessed Penalty Points for certain "infractions:" ...items left on the floor for 1 x # of items ...items with inappropriate orientation for 100 x # of items (storage devices, TVs, directly up against and facing a wall)  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 57) HAPPY HOME ACADEMY THEME CHALLENGE ****************************************************************************** The next time you start your game after you finish paying all your mortgages, [Lyle] Mr. Truth {Ansimhaessi} will appear outside your house to tell you about the [HRA's] HHA's Theme Challenge. He will tell you that you have obtained VIP status and have the option to participate in another design contest. The Theme Challenge uses Interior Themes. Each furniture, wallpaper, and carpeting item (and many clothing items) are designated with one, two, or three Interior Themes. Here are the Interior Themes, in the order that [Lyle] Mr. Truth {Ansimhaessi} offers for your selection: ...1) Oriental {Ori-ental} ...2) Antique {Aentikeu} ...3) Natural {Naechureol} ...4) Stylish {Seuta-illisi} ...5) Fairytale {Mereuhen} ...6) Hobby {Pantaseutui} ...7) Science {Sa-i-eonseu} ...8) Horror {Horeo} In the Theme Challenge, you select one Interior Theme and then decorate your house to score points based on how well your interior and exterior design reflects the particular Interior Theme you chose. To score big, try the following: ...1) Select an Interior Theme for which you already have many items. For example, choose Hobby if you already have many Mario Theme, Nintendo Set, Balloon Series, Insect Set, or Fish Set items. ...2) Choose one room (or, maybe, a second room if you have many items) and fill it with as many items as you can that match your chosen Interior Theme. Don't put anything that does not match your chosen Interior Theme because the goal is to have over 90% of the items match. ...3) Buy exterior Reforms (e.g., door, mailbox, roof, fencing, facade) at [Nook's Homes] Tanuki Housing that match your chosen Interior Theme. The goal is to have at least three Reforms that match. ...4) You will receive a letter in the mail to let you know if you reach any of the reward point thresholds. You can then speak to [Lyle] Mr. Truth {Ansimhaessi} at [Nook's Homes] Tanuki Housing to have them placed on your house for free! (The golden Reforms are all Hobby: another reason to choose Hobby as your Interior Theme.) You can always speak to [Lyle] Mr. Truth {Ansimhaessi} at [Nook's Homes] Tanuki Housing to change your selected Interior Theme or to stop participating (and go back to the "usual" HRA evaluation). Here is the list of the exterior house Reforms you can receive from [Lyle] Mr. Truth {Ansimhaessi} and the Theme Challenge points threshold needed to obtain them: ...[???] ougon no yane or Golden Roof - 300,000 ...[???] ougon no kabe or Golden Outer Wall - 500,000 ...[???] ougon no doa or Golden Door - 700,000 ...[???] ougon no saku or Golden Fence - 900,000 ...[???] ougon no posuto or Golden Mailbox - 1,100,000 Your score is determined by taking Bonus Points and then subtracting Penalty Points. You can receive Bonus Points for achieving certain collections: ... seikatsuhitsujuhin or Daily Necessities Collect a bed, chair, table, dresser, and wardrobe: from the same Series for 150,000 from different Series for 100,000 The five items do not have to be in the same room. You cannot get multiple Daily Necessities bonuses. ...Interior Theme Bonus Collect a minimum number of items of the same designated Interior Theme. There must be a minimum of 8 items total in the house. Thresholds with 1 matching exterior Reform: 70% of room for 5,000 x # of total different items + 40,000 x # of exterior Reforms 90% of room for 8,000 x # of total different items + 70,000 x # of exterior Reforms Threshold with 3 matching exterior Reforms: 90% of room for 11,000 x # of total different items + 95,000 x # of exterior reforms You can be assessed Penalty Points for certain "infractions:" ...items left on the floor for 100 x # of items ...items with inappropriate orientation for 10,000 x # of items (storage devices, TVs, directly up against and facing a wall)  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 58) FENG SHUI ****************************************************************************** Feng Shui refers to the placement of items, designated with the Colors yellow, green, and red, in your house to improve "luck" in gameplay. The Feng Shui space is within two spots of the west, south, and east walls of each room. In Tobidase Doubutsu no Mori, Feng Shui space also includes the west, south, and east walls, themselves. Items must be completely within Feng Shui space in order to "count." What "counts" is the Color count of the items within Feng Shui space. For example, a Tulip Table is red/green. If it is placed in red Feng Shui space, its red count is 1. If it is placed in green Feng Shui space, its green count is 1. Consider an Executive Toy, which is red/red. If it is placed in red Feng Shui space, its red count is 2. For this reason, the size of an item does not matter (i.e., a large (2x2) item "counts" the same as a small (1x1) item; its "effect" is not quadrupled). For example, a Jingle Table is red/green. If it is placed in red Feng Shui space, its red count is still only 1, despite it taking up four spots in your house. Clothing items are also designated with Color. They "count" for Feng Shui, too. Feng Shui space "overlaps" in the southwest and southeast corners of rooms. This does not change Color count. A Froggy Chair placed in "yellow/green" or "green/red" Feng Shui space still has a green count of 2. Both the southwest and southeast corners are part of green Feng Shui space. Place yellow items near or on the west (left) walls of your rooms to: ...decrease the price of items sold by villagers ...increase the probability of success of Bell Trees ...decrease the cost of art appearing in [Crazy Redd's] Tsunekichi's {Yeo-uk's} tent Place green items near or on the south (bottom) walls to: ...increase the probability of Spotlight items appearing at Mametsubu's ...increase the probability of genuine art appearing in [Crazy Redd's] Tsunekichi's {Yeo-uk's} tent ...increase the probability of receiving genuine art from villagers ...increase the probability of receiving exclusive items from [Saharah] Rolland {Sahara} ...decrease the probability of embarrassing sounds when sitting Place red items near or on the east (right) walls to: ...increase the probability of receiving Mario Theme and Nintendo Set items from Fortune Cookies ...increase the probability of receiving genuine art from villagers ...increase the probability of receiving exclusive items from [Saharah] Rolland {Sahara} ...decrease the probability of embarrassing sounds when sitting Feng Shui has no effect on the availability of fish or insects. Do not confuse real-life luck with in-game luck (a.k.a. Feng Shui). Perception is often not reality. Contrary to popular belief, Lucky items, by themselves, do not increase Feng Shui. Lucky items behave like all other items: if they are designated as yellow, green, or red, they can increase Feng Shui if properly placed in Feng Shui space. Just as in prior versions, wearing a Lucky Clover has no effect on in-game luck or any other gameplay. To maximize Feng Shui: a) Place Wall Leaves and/or Shamrock Clocks on the south walls. b) Place Lily-Pad Tables along the south walls. c) Place Li'l Bro's Hats, Frog Caps, Watermelon Hats, Tyrolean Hats, Tingle Hats, Wizard's Caps, Leaf Masks, Headscarves, Green Caps, Green Knit Hats, Green Headgears, Melon Hats, Eye Masks, Cucumber Packs, Twigs, Green Glasses, and/or Green Feathers on the Lily-Pad Tables. d) Place Tulip Tables along the east walls. e) Place Executive Toys, Dollies, Christmas Candles, Kettles, Red Boom Boxes, Dharmas, Giant Dharmas, Mini-Dharmas, Metronomes, Maple Bonsais, Red Caps, Celebration Hats, Red Headgears, Red Ribbons, Red Team Hats, Red Hoods, Bicycle Helmets, Bandanas, Racing Helmets, Wrestling Masks, Red Noses, Red Glasses, Red Feathers, Red Roses, Red Tulips, Red Pansies, Red Cosmos, Red Lilies, and/or Red Carnations on the Tulip Tables. f) Place Lemon Tables along the west walls. g) Place Egypt Lamps, Buckets, Odd Clocks, Tea Kettles, Football Helmets, Safety Helmets, Yellow Caps, Yellow Ribbons, Swimming Caps, Diving Masks, Tulip Hats, School Commute Hats, Moon Hairpins, Halos, Star Hairpins, Roman Helmets, Wario Hats, Yellow Glasses, Beaks, Lemon Packs, Yellow Feathers, Yellow Roses, Yellow Tulips, Yellow Pansies, Sun Cosmos, Yellow Lilies, Yellow Violets, and/or Dandelions on the Lemon Tables.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 59) FENG SHUI FURNITURE ****************************************************************************** In Tobidase Doubutsu no Mori, virtually all furniture and clothing items are designated with two colors (the two may be the same color). The colors are used in different ways. They are yellow, green, red, orange, blue, aqua, pink, purple, colorful, beige, brown, white, gray, and black. Three of the colors are related to Feng Shui: yellow, green, and red. Here are the items associated with each Feng Shui color ("(2)" if doubled color): Yellow ---------- Ice Lamp Regal Sofa Egyptian Outfit Blue Table Regal Dresser Yellow Raincoat (2) Blue Bed Regal Table Citrus Gingham Dress Exotic Lamp Regal Clock Dapper Dress Gold Stereo Regal Vanity Yellow Polka Dot Dress Egypt Lamp (2) Regal Bed Frock Coat Ornament Tiger Regal Bookcase Caveman Dress Ornament Ram Regal Lamp Nile Dress Ornament Serpent Candle Fairytale Dress Golden Chair (2) One-Ball Shirt (2) Football Helmet (2) Golden Closet (2) Nine-Ball Shirt Safety Helmet (2) Golden Screen (2) No. 5 Shirt Yellow Pumpkin Head (2) Golden Man (2) Caterpillar Shirt Royal Crown Golden Dresser (2) Fall Leaf Shirt Wolf Mask Golden Table (2) Fall Leaf Shirt Long Demon Wig Golden Torch (2) Fall Plaid Shirt Empress' Tiara Wig Golden Clock (2) Fall Plaid Shirt Long Helmet Golden Couch (2) Striking Outfit Yellow Cap (2) Golden Woman (2) Big Star Shirt Yellow Ribbon (2) Golden Bed (2) Marathon Shirt Yellow Pikmin Bucket (2) Royal Shirt Crown (2) Curling Stone Straw Shirt Coin Headpiece Wall Flower Yellow Tartan Do-Rag Wall Electric Sign Yellow Tartan Long Swimming Cap (2) Kayak (2) Dapper Shirt Diving Mask (2) Cube Clock Dapper Shirt Long Small Hat Throne Yellow Bar Shirt Tulip Hat (2) Giraffe Height Meter (2) Yellow Bar Shirt Long Samurai Wig Gold Home Model Big Dot Shirt School Commute Hat (2) Lucky Gold Cat (2) Big Dot Sleeveless Moon Hairpin (2) Wet Roadway Sign Kiwi Shirt King Tut Mask Coin (2) Kiwi Sleeveless Halo (2) Deluxe Frame Shirt Circuit Yellow New Year Hat (2) Gorgeous Stool Giraffe Shirt Sundae Hat Portable Stove Giraffe Sleeveless Jester's Cap Judge's Bell Gold Armor Suit (2) Shiny Star (2) Jasmine Bonsai Club Shirt Pilot's Cap Tricycle Caveman Tunic Star Hairpin (2) Classic Sofa (2) Groovy Shirt Roman Helmet (2) Striped Cone Groovy Sleeveless Wario Hat (2) Starman (2) Fish Shirt Yellow Glasses (2) Jacob's Ladder Lamp Cherry Shirt Beak (2) Steam Roller Monkey Shirt Star Shades Snowmobile Sunset Top Lemon Pack (2) Sphinx Sunset Sleeveless Animal Pumps Sprinkler (2) Shisho Suit Ethnic Loafers Spotlight L Jagged Shirt Yellow String Shoes Spotlight S Jagged Sleeveless Yellow Belt Shoes (2) Cement Mixer (2) One-Way Tee Rain Boots (2) Diver Dan Firefighter Tee Gold Armor Shoes (2) Elephant Slide Racer 6 Shirt Sport Shoes Flying Saucer Tulip Shirt Mountain Tights Odd Clock (2) Earthy Knit Basketball Shoes Glow Clock Tiger Shirt Beach Sandals Treasure Chest Tiger Sleeveless Hero Boots Sword Bright Shirt Star High Socks Harpsichord Basketball Shirt Green Belt Shoes Phonograph Flowery Shirt Sheepskin Boots (2) Lunar Lander Pulse Shirt Yellow Umbrella (2) Chinese Lantern Pulse Shirt Long Eggy Parasol Tulip Chest (2) Peachy Shirt Sunny Parasol Tea Set Peachy Sleeveless Leopard Umbrella Electric Notice Board Jester Shirt Petal Parasol Triforce (2) Jester Sleeveless Lemon Umbrella Drum Set Sunflower Shirt Mega Sproid (2) Triple Bananas (2) Leopard Shirt Sproid (2) Japan Doll Leopard Sleeveless Mini Sproid (2) Partition Poles Bad Plaid Shirt Tall Sproid (2) Pineapple Bed (2) Bad Plaid Shirt Long Squelchoid Bouquet Future Shirt Savage Painting Honeycomb Chest Swell Shirt Savage Painting (fake) Paper Tiger Swell Shirt Long Great Sculpture Pansy Table Wrestler Shirt Great Sculpture (fake) Lefty Lucky Cat Coral Shirt Jolly Painting Sunflower Coral Sleeveless Jolly Painting (fake) Sunflower Player Bold Check Shirt Mysterious Sculpture Screen Rugby Shirt Mysterious Sculpture (fake) Pyramid Rugby Shirt Long Flowery Painting Bingo Machine Latin Uniform Common Painting Fruit Basket Latin Uniform Long Yellow Feather (2) Firefly Lamp Ribbon Blouse (2) Black Marine Suit Mountain Bike Lemon Gingham Bunny Yellow Balloon (2) Lucky Cat Lemon Gingham Long Yellow Balloon (2) Mummy's Casket Royal Shorts Yellow Heart Balloon (2) Wheat Field (2) Dapper Skirt Yellow Tulips (2) Tea Kettle (2) Giraffe Skirt Yellow Pansies (2) Snowman TV Gold Armor Pants (2) Orange Pansies Bow Caveman Shorts Sun Cosmos (2) Samurai Suit Firefighter Pants Yellow Roses (2) Cash Register Tiger Pants Gold Roses (2) Retro Telescope Basketball Shorts Yellow Lilies (2) Lemon Table Jester Pants Yellow Violets (2) Regal Chair Leopard Skirt Dandelions (2) Regal Wall Lamp Leopard Pants Candy Regal Armoire Green ---------- 1-Up Mushroom Green Wardrobe (2) Cargo Pants (2) Ponderosa Bonsai Green Dresser Frog Pants (2) Bromeliaceae Green Pantry (2) Kappa Pants (2) Aloe Green Table Dapper Skirt Hairless Caterpillar Sofa (2) Green Desk (2) Green Zap Pants Holly Bonsai Green Bench (2) Military Pants (2) Ornament Horse Green Bed Green Warm-up Pants (2) Ornament Dragon Green Lamp Green Tartan Pants Ornament Tiger Mini Tall Cactus Green Gym Shorts (2) Rock Guitar (2) Mini Flat Cactus Green Shorts (2) Big Festive Tree Mini Round Cactus Mint Gingham Skirt Florence Flask Fan Palm Jungle Camo Shorts Tulip Table Pear Wardrobe Jungle Camo Pants Tulip Chair Pear Dresser Blossoming Kimono Bath Mat (2) Jade Econo-Chair (2) Dapper Dress Froggy Chair (2) Yoshi's Egg Green Corset Cacao Retro Fridge (2) Samba Dress Wall Leaves (2) Lemon Table Simple Green Dress (2) Caladium Robo-Lamp Tyrolean Dress Festive Tree Six-Ball Shirt (2) Flower Bolero Kiwi Stool No. 3 Shirt Loud Bloom Dress Cucumber Horse (2) Caterpillar Tee Silk Bloom Dress Left Platform Strawberry Shirt Pop Bloom Dress Right Platform Strawberry Sleeveless Green Cardigan Kinder Dike Windmill Gelato Shirt Fir Tree Dress Jingle Wardrobe Gelato Shirt Long Red Pikmin Jingle Clock Ugly Shirt Lil' Bro's Hat (2) Jingle Dresser Crewel Shirt Frog Cap (2) Jingle Table Lil' Bro's Shirt Kappa Cap (2) Jingle TV Frog Top (2) Green Pumpkin Head (2) Jingle Piano Frog Shirt Combat Helmet Jingle Bed Frog Shirt Long Watermelon Hat (2) Jingle Shelves Misty Shirt Silk Hat Festive Wreath (2) Misty Sleeveless Tyrolean Hat (2) Croton Kappa Suit (2) Tingle Hat (2) Pine Bonsai Chichi Print Wizard's Cap (2) Dracaena Spunky Knit Mandarin Hat Coconut Palm Kanji T-shirt Green New Year Hat (2) Cosmos Fan Dapper Shirt Delivery Person Hat Moth Orchid Dapper Shirt Long Leaf Mask (2) Rubber Tree Kiwi Shirt Green Zap Helmet Mugho Bonsai Kiwi Sleeveless Shiny Ball (2) Desert Cactus (2) Shirt Circuit Grape Hat Snake Plant Grass Shirt (2) Headscarf (2) Pop-up Book Bear Shirt Green Cap (2) Dentistry Unit Bear Shirt Long Green Knit Hat (2) Deer Scare (2) Club Shirt Green Headgear (2) Shamrock Clock (2) Monkey Shirt Melon Hat (2) Sleeping Bag (2) Fresh Shirt Hero's Cap (2) Lady Palm Fresh Sleeveless Retro Helmet (2) Watermelon Chair Samba Shirt Eye Mask (2) Watermelon Table Waffle Shirt Cucumber Pack (2) Hourglass Waffle Shirt Long Sporty Shades Fan Blue Pinstripe Twig (2) Glow Clock Blue Pinstripe Long Green Glasses (2) High-Jump Mat Crossing Shirt Sandals Treasure Chest Argyle Knit Stripe Sneakers Tatami Bed Bright Shirt Slippers (2) Tennis Table (2) Fern Shirt (2) Beach Sandals Tall Cactus Fern Shirt Long (2) Polka Dot Pumps Bamboo Grass Leaf Shirt Green Belt Shoes Tea Set Loud Bloom Shirt Green Stripe Shoes Train Set Flowery Shirt Forest Umbrella (2) Green Pipe (2) Silk Bloom Shirt Leaf Umbrella (2) Corn Plant Pulse Shirt Green Umbrella (2) Green Drum (2) Pulse Shirt Long Mint Umbrella Washer/Dryer (2) Gumdrop Shirt Camo Umbrella Bird Bath (2) Green Zap Suit Melon Umbrella Pine Table Orange Pinstripe Mega Clankoid (2) Scale Orange Pinstripe Long Clankoid (2) Pachira Grape Shirt Mini Clankoid (2) Lily-Pad Table (2) Grape Sleeveless Tall Clankoid (2) Paper Mache Hedge (2) Military Uniform (2) Mega Puffoid (2) Paper Mache Tree Vegetarian Shirt Mini Puffoid (2) Paper Mache Grass (2) Vegetarian Shirt Long Tall Puffoid (2) Paper Mache Hill (2) Pop Bloom Shirt Mini Plinkoid Baby Panda Round Collar Shirt (2) Dekkoid (2) Peacock Chair Jade Check Print Mega Buzzoid Emergency Exit Jade Check Print Long Buzzoid Jack-in-the-Box Green Warm-up Suit (2) Mini Buzzoid Sunflower Green Sweatsuit Tall Buzzoid Hospital Bed Green Tank Top (2) Mega Strumboid Screen Chevron Shirt Strumboid Hawthorn Bonsai Green Blazer (2) Mini Strumboid Olive Flounder Table (2) Green Bar Shirt Tall Strumboid Billiard Table Green Bar Shirt Long Croakoid (2) Hula Dance Doll Mint Gingham Top Mega Squelchoid (2) Planter Mint Gingham Top Long Squelchoid Weeping Fig Jungle Camo Squat Nebuloid Cactus Jungle Camo Long Tall Nebuloid Poinsettia Green Tie-Dye Mega Sputnoid Firefly Lamp Green Tie-Dye Sleeveless Mega Quazoid (2) Box Sofa (2) Melon Shirt (2) Mega Brewsteroid Box Corner Sofa (2) Melon Sleeveless (2) Mini Brewsteroid Pothos Hero's Clothes (2) Tall Brewsteroid Mahjong Table Latin Uniform Brewsteroid Mountain Bike Latin Uniform Long Green Feather (2) Creepy Cauldron Reggae Shirt Green Marine Suit Round Cactus Reggae Sleeveless Bunny Green Balloon (2) Koopa Shell (2) Melon Gingham Green Balloon (2) Green Chair Melon Gingham Long Green Heart Balloon (2) Green Wall Clock Emerald Dot Skirt Lucky Clover Green Counter (2) Red ---------- Iron Orange Cone (2) Red Check Skirt Red Corner Cuckoo Clock Red Dot Skirt (2) Red Vase Rose Sofa (2) Red Stripe Pants Ponderosa Bonsai Saw Horse Red Boxer Shorts Upright Piano Balloon Dog Lamp (2) Red Warm-up Pants (2) Executive Toy (2) Picnic Table Royal Shorts Alcohol Lamp Giant Dharma (2) Checkerboard Skirt Sea Coral Bed (2) Hinaningyo Grass Skirt Doghouse Fire Bar Santa Pants Life Ring Creepy Crystal Chinese Pants (2) Ultra Machine Red Armchair (2) Two-tone Pants Ornament Hare Red Sofa (2) Red Zap Pants Ornament Ox Hula Dance Doll Kneepad Pants Ornament Horse Fruit Basket Flame Pants Metal Guitar (2) Poinsettia Wrestler Pants Dolly (2) Quince Bonsai Persian Pants Tulip Table Popcorn Machine Racing Pants Tulip Chair Stool (2) Rose Sky Dress Traffic Cone (2) Red Clock Red Hood Dress (2) Kart Polka Dot Chair Fairy Tale Dress Watch Fire Polka Dot Closet Current Idol Dress Stove Polka Dot Sofa Pirate Coat Capsule Toy Polka Dot Drawers Kimono Wall Flower Polka Dot Table Christmas Dress Mushroom TV Polka Dot TV Samba Dress Mushroom Table Polka Dot Clock Rose Dress Mushroom Rack Polka Dot Bed Korean Dress Mushroom Bed (2) Polka Dot Stool Leather Jerkin Slalom Gate (2) Polka Dot Lamp Pop Bloom Dress Captain's Chair Polka Dot Low Table Masquerade Dress Captain's Monitor Miniature Car (2) Polka Dot Dress Candy Machine Mini-Dharma (2) U R Here Dress Bonfire Metronome (2) Red Cap (2) Gas Pump (2) Maple Bonsai (2) Celebration Hat (2) Throne Detour Arrow (2) Red Headgear (2) Quiz Stand (2) Basic Red Bed Red Ribbon (2) Christmas Candle (2) Love Tester Red Ogre Mask (2) Jingle Wardrobe Lantern Red Team Hat (2) Jingle Clock Apple TV Red Hood (2) Jingle Sofa (2) Apple Clock Red Pikmin Jingle Dresser Rocket Red Pom-Pom Hat Jingle Chair (2) Three-Ball Shirt (2) Strawberry Hat Jingle Table No. 1 Shirt Royal Crown Jingle TV No. 4 Shirt Big Bro's Hat Jingle Piano Rose Sky Shirt Toad Hat Jingle Bed Red Argyle Top (2) Cloche Hat Jingle Shelves Red Argyle Top Long (2) Coin Headpiece Jingle Lamp (2) Red Cavalry Shirt (2) Bicycle Helmet (2) Crew Chair Red Team Jacket (2) Festive Hat Nutcracker Doll Red Sweatsuit Lion Dance Helmet Kettle (2) Red Down Jacket (2) Jockey Helmet Deluxe Frame Fiendish Shirt Small Silk Hat Gorgeous Counter Red Flannel Shirt Silk Hat Gorgeous Clock Red Warm-up Suit (2) Red New Year Hat (2) Gorgeous Seat (2) Red Bar Shirt Hibiscus Flower (2) Gorgeous Stool Red Bar Shirt Long Hunter's Cap Gorgeous Bed Cafe Shirt Bandana (2) Gorgeous Sofa (2) Red Check Shirt Red Zap Helmet Gorgeous Lamp Red Check Shirt Long Racing Helmet (2) Pagoda Red Aloha Shirt (2) Wrestling Mask (2) Trash Bin Red Rainwear (2) Hot Dog Hat Jackhammer Uncommon Shirt Red Pumpkin Head (2) Sandbag Gelato Shirt 3-D Glasses Pop-up Book Gelato Shirt Long Red Nose (2) Lawn Mower (2) Royal Shirt Red Glasses (2) Jumbo Bilboquet (2) Big Bro's Shirt Huge Shades Extinguisher (2) Toad Shirt Stache and Glasses Fire Hydrant (2) Toad Shirt Long Ladder Shades (2) Watermelon Chair Checkerboard Tee Bad Bro Stache Watermelon Table Checkerboard Long Argyle High Socks Super Mushroom Beatnik Shirt Red Shoes (2) Sketchbook (2) Beatnik Shirt Long Red Deck Shoes (2) Snow Globe Beatnik Sleeveless Red Ring Shoes Snowboard (2) Snowcone Shirt High Laced Boots Vacuum Cleaner Snowcone Sleeveless Colorful Sneakers Sleigh Chef's Outfit Clogs Dalahast Santa Jacket White Stockings Red Snapper Sofa (2) Samba Shirt White Ankle Socks Tiki Torch Shisho Suit Check Socks Campfire Waffle Shirt Mountain Boots Octopus Chair (2) Waffle Shirt Long Clown Boots Red Boom Box (2) Rose Shirt Polka Dot Rain Boots Tapestry Watermelon Shirt (2) Red Tights (2) Sloppy TV Watermelon Sleeveless (2) Toad Parasol Dharma (2) Blue Wave Shirt (2) Red Umbrella (2) Chinese Table (2) Diamond Shirt Flame Umbrella Chinese Lantern Pep Squad Shirt Ribbon Umbrella Paper Lantern Pep Squad Sleeveless Mega Drilloid (2) Daily Special TV Chinese Shirt Drilloid (2) Iron Frame (2) Tulip Shirt Mini Drilloid (2) Ladybug Chair Fishing Jacket Mega Fizzoid (2) Phone Box (2) Ladybug Shirt Mini Fizzoid (2) Clear Model Folk Shirt Mini Squelchoid (2) New Year's Eve Noodles Heat Shirt Mega Howloid (2) Trump Wall Clock Barber Shirt Howloid (2) Trump Closet Nintendo Shirt Mega Harmonoid Trump Shelf Happi Coat Harmonoid Trump Screen Happy Home T-shirt Mega Timpanoid (2) Trump Sofa Happy Home Jacket (2) Timpanoid (2) Trump Tower Flower Print Camisole Mini Timpanoid (2) Trump Drawers Red Zap Suit Tall Timpanoid (2) Trump Chair Flame Shirt Nice Painting Trump Table Flame Shirt Long Supple Painting Trump Bed Wrestler Shirt Supple Painting (fake) Trump Lamp Pop Bloom Shirt Red Feather (2) Dream Catcher Tropical Shirt Striped Marine Suit Triple Shells (2) Tropical Sleeveless Red Marine Suit Unknown Crab Clock (2) Jade Check Print Bunny Red Balloon (2) Handcart (2) Jade Check Print Long Red Balloon (2) Garden Gnome Bold Check Shirt Red Heart Balloon (2) Going Up Flag Baseball Shirt Red Tulips (2) Birthday Candle U R Here Shirt Red Pansies (2) Birthday Cake Mischievous Student Shirt Orange Pansies Birthday Table Racing Shirt Red Cosmos (2) Virtual Boy Reggae Shirt Red Roses (2) Partition Poles Reggae Sleeveless Red Carnations (2) Barbecue (2) Red Tartan Pants Red Lilies (2) Hibiscus Clock (2) Red Gym Shorts (2)  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 60) ENVIRONMENT ****************************************************************************** Every town is divided into 20 acres, five across by four down. An acre contains 16 x 16 = 256 "spots" (places where you can dig a hole or where a flower or tree can grow) on the ground. Acres are used to define the boundaries of cedar tree growth. Cedar trees can grow only in the northern half of your town. Regular trees cannot grow on the beach. Palm trees can grow only on the beach. 1) Trees will not grow immediately next to water, cliffs, other trees, rocks, buildings, signs, plazas, and bridges. 2) No more than eight trees will grow within a 7x7 square plot of land. 3) Within a 5x5 square plot of land that already has twelve shrubs, a tree will not grow. To plant a tree, dig a hole with your Shovel. Then, while facing the hole, open your pockets, choose a piece of fruit or a sapling (or a Bell Bag if you are using a Gold Shovel), then select [Bury] jimen ni umeru. Alternately, open your pockets, choose a sapling, then select [Plant] jimen ni ueru. It is not necessary to water saplings. Walking on or running over saplings does nothing. The only thing that matters when growing trees is location. Deciduous (i.e., non-cedar and non-fruit), fruit, cedar, and palm trees take four days to grow to maturity. Bamboo trees take three days to grow to maturity. Mature bamboo trees will spawn Bamboo Shoots every three days. The Bamboo Shoots will appear randomly in one of the 16 spots that are "two spots away from" the bamboo tree: B B S B B B=Bamboo Shoot (possible spot for spawning) B S S S B S=Space B S T S B T=Bamboo Tree B S S S B B B B B B Dig up the Bamboo Shoots with your Shovel. Get rid of trees by chopping them with your Axe (three strikes), then digging up the stumps with your Shovel. Use a Shovel to dig up saplings. In Tobidase Doubutsu no Mori, the ring patterns on stumps can show creative designs. Here is the list of possible concentric "ring" designs: from deciduous and fruit trees from cedar trees ----------------------------------------------- -------------------- Heart Leaf Logo Butterfly Star (five points) Gallery ([Crazy Redd] Tsunekichi {Yeo-uk}) Logo Flower (five petals) Orange (cross sectional pattern) Cat (head) "X" (rare) Musical Note (rare) Triforce (rare) Clover (rare) Mushrooms can spawn all year immediately next to a stump with a creative "ring" design. You can buy Red Hibiscus and Yellow Hibiscus seedlings on Resort Island for 5 medals. You can plant them in your town (or on the island), and the shrubs will grow to maturity in two days. When [???] Engei kona opens, as part of [???] Home Center Mametsubu, [Leif] Lazy {Neulbong} will sell eight different kinds of shrub seedlings, including Red and Yellow Hibiscus. Shrubs will flower at the following times (buds appear about a week before): ...[???] hiiragi or Holly - December 1 through March 31 ...[???] shiroi tsutsuji or White Azalea - April 11 through June 15 ...[???] pinku no tsutsuji or Pink Azalea - April 11 through June 15 ...[???] aoi ajisai or Blue Hydrangea - June 16 through July 5 ...[???] pinku no ajisai or Pink Hydrangea - June 16 through July 5 ...[???] akai haibisukasu or Red Hibiscus - July 6 through September 15 ...[???] kiiro haibisukasu or Yellow Hibiscus - July 6 through September 15 ...[???] kinmokusei or Fragrant Olive - September 16 through November 30 1) Shrubs will not grow immediately next to water, cliffs, rocks, buildings, signs, plazas, and bridges. 2) Within a 7x7 square plot of land that already has 15 trees and/or shrubs, a shrub will not grow. Get rid of shrubs by digging them up with your Shovel. There are new flowers, compared to prior versions of this game: Red Lilies White Lilies Yellow Lilies Pink Lilies Orange Lilies Black Lilies White Violets Yellow Violets Purple Violets Blue Violets Pink Tulips Normally each day, at least one "brand new" flower is generated in your town. A random number of flowers in your town wither each day, turning gray. If you attempt to pick a withering flower, it will disintegrate. Bring them back to health by watering them with a Watering Can; once is enough. Otherwise, they will disappear. No flowers will wither, however, on days after rain or snow. Also, you can prevent withering by watering flowers. Watered flowers, either by players or villagers, will "sparkle" intermittently. From late February to early December, Dandelions, Dandelion Puffs, and Clovers may randomly appear in your town. Dandelions will eventually turn into Dandelion Puffs. When picking Clovers, they often disintegrate. Rarely, after picking a Clover you will find a Lucky Clover. Dandelions "count" as flowers. Clovers do not "count" as weeds. Flowers, Dandelions, and Dandelion Puffs can disappear by trampling (running over them). Alternately, you can get rid of them by picking them and selling them to [Reese] Lisa {Lisa}. Also normally each day, two weeds will appear in your town. You can pull them out of the ground by pressing the "Y" button. If your town has too many weeds (or not enough trees and/or flowers), enough to generate the "worst" rating, a Rafflesia may appear. You cannot remove it by picking it or digging it up.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 61) ENVIRONMENT REPORT ****************************************************************************** You can monitor your town's overall rating by talking to [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul} at the [Town Hall] Yakuba. The author hopes for the "saiko" message: "perfect." The author gets the "nakanaka" message or the "ee" message: "good." The author gets the "madamada" message: "still some way to go before goal." The author also gets the "dameda dameda!" message: "Unacceptable!" The rating depends on three general areas: 1) cleanliness 2) abundant nature 3) abundant living "Cleanliness" means: 1) less than 10 weeds (-1 point for each over ten) 2) less than 10 items on the ground (not counting sea shells, fruit, flowers, mushrooms, or the "usual" buried items (fossils, gyroids, pitfall seeds)) (-1 point for each over 10) 3) no garbage (Empty Can, Boot, Old Tire, Spoiled Turnips) (-3 points for each) 4) no Rafflesia (-30 points) "Abundant nature" means: 1) appropriate number of trees (not counting shrubs) (-1 point for each less than 110) (-1 point for each above 200) 2) many flowers (not counting wilting) (+1 point for 51 to 75) (+25 points if more than 75) 3) high Nature Points from built Public Works Here are the Public Works that affect Nature Points: Greatly increase: ...Flower Clock - 87,000 bells (triggered by "perfect" status) Largely increase: ...Flower Bed - 26,400 bells (suggested by Normal female villager) ...Flower Arch - 87,000 bells (suggested by Normal female villager) ...Wisteria Pergola - 124,000 bells (suggested by aneki female villager) ...Straw Fence - 17,400 bells (suggested by Cranky male villager) ...Round Topiary - 93,000 bells (Grass Day) ...Square Topiary - 93,000 bells (Grass Day) ...Tulip Topiary - 93,000 bells (Grass Day) Slightly increase: ...Solar Panels - 126,000 bells (suggested by Jock male villager) ...Wind Power Generator - 156,000 bells (suggested by any villager) ...Windmill - 372,000 bells (suggested by aneki female villager) Slightly decrease: ...Picnic Sheet - 39,800 bells (suggested by aneki female villager) ...Traffic Light - 82,000 bells (suggested by Jock male villager) ...Heart Illumination - 136,000 bells (suggested by Peppy female villager) ...Illumination Arch - 148,000 bells (suggested by Snooty female villager) ...Illumination Clock - 146,000 bells (suggested by Peppy female villager) ...Illumination Tower - 128,000 bells (suggested by Peppy female villager) ...Tower - 726,000 bells (suggested by Snooty female villager) Largely decrease: ...Tire Play Equipment - 49,800 bells (suggested by Lazy male villager) Greatly decrease: ...Garbage Can - 53,000 bells (suggested by Normal female village) ...Jumbo Monitor - 284,000 bells (suggested by Jock male villager) ...Oil Excavator - 298,000 bells (suggested by Cranky male villager) "Abundant living" means: 1) high Living Points from built Public Works Here are the Public Works that affect Living Points: Greatly increase: ...Campground - 59,800 bells Largely increase: ...Modern Police Station - 264,000 bells (suggested by any villager) ...Classic Police Station - 264,000 bells (suggested by any villager) ...Cafe - 298,000 bells (triggered by Blathers) ...Stone Bridge - 128,000 bells ...Fishing Bridge - 128,000 bells ...Brick Bridge - 224,000 bells (suggested by any villager) ...Modern Bridge - 224,000 bells (suggested by any villager) ...Japanese-Style Bridge - 298,000 bells (suggested by Cranky male villager) ...Fairytale Bridge - 298,000 bells (suggested by Peppy female villager) ...Park Bench - 30,000 bells ...Plastic Bench - 42,500 bells (suggested by Jock male villager) ...Unfinished Wood Bench - 42,500 bells (suggested by aneki female villager) ...Metal Bench - 42,500 bells (suggested by Peppy female villager) ...Log Bench - 38,000 bells (suggested by aneki female villager) ...Modern Bench - 52,800 bells (suggested by Snooty female villager) ...Fairytale Bench - 52,800 bells (suggested by Normal female villager) ...Japanese-Style Bench - 52,800 bells (suggested by Cranky male villager) ...Outside Light - 39,800 bells ...Round Outside Light - 39,800 bells (suggested by Peppy female villager) ...Retro Outside Light - 42,800 bells (suggested by Snooty female villager) ...Modern Outside Light - 64,000 bells (suggested by Snooty female villager) ...Fairytale Lamp - 64,000 bells (suggested by Normal female villager) ...Japanese-Style Outside Light - 64,000 bells (suggested by Cranky male villager) ...Garden Chair - 23,400 bells (suggested by Normal female villager) ...Hot Spring - 98,000 bells (suggested by Snooty female villager) ...Fire Hydrant - 32,600 bells ...Stadium Lights - 236,000 bells (suggested by Jock male villager) ...Solar Panels - 126,000 bells (suggested by Jock male villager) ...Lighthouse - 372,000 bells (suggested by any villager) Slightly increase: ...Drinking Fountain - 39,800 bells (suggested by Normal female villager) ...Stevenson Screen - 42,000 bells (suggested by Jock male villager) ...Sand Pit - 36,000 bells (suggested by Lazy male villager) ...Water Well - 148,000 bells ...Fountain - 99,800 bells ...Tire Play Equipment - 49,800 bells (suggested by Lazy male villager) ...Globe Jungle - 69,800 bells (suggested by Lazy male villager) ...Clock - 42,000 bells ...Modern Clock - 78,000 bells (suggested by Snooty female villager) ...Fairytale Clock - 78,000 bells (suggested by Normal female villager) ...Japanese-Style Clock - 78,000 bells (suggested by Cranky male villager) ...Balloon Arch - 86,000 bells (suggested by Lazy male villager) ...Picnic Sheet - 39,800 bells (suggested by aneki female villager) ...Hammock - 32,000 bells (suggested by Lazy male villager) ...Campfire - 46,000 bells (suggested by Jock male villager) ...Outdoor Bed - 32,000 bells (suggested by Lazy male villager) ...Pine Torch - 29,800 bells (suggested by Jock male villager) ...Landscape Garden - 148,000 bells (suggested by Cranky male villager) ...Geyser - 98,000 bells (suggested by aneki female villager) ...Goddess Statue - 88,000 bells (suggested by Snooty female villager) ...Stone Monument - 39,800 bells (suggested by any villager) ...Hand Pump - 42,000 bells (suggested by Lazy male villager) ...Bell - 86,000 bells (suggested by Peppy female villager) ...Temple Bell - 86,000 bells (suggested by Cranky male villager) ...Scarecrow - 22,400 bells (suggested by aneki female villager) ...Bus Shelter - 136,000 bells (suggested by aneki female villager) ...Traffic Light - 82,000 bells (suggested by Jock male villager) ...Signboard - 40,000 bells ...Face Board - 50,000 bells ...Exclamation Point Sign - 43,500 bells (suggested by any villager) ...No Entry Sign - 43,500 bells ...Yield Sign - 43,500 bells (suggested by any villager) ...Revolving Art - 265,000 bells (suggested by kiza male villager) ...Pass Through Art - 265,000 bells (suggested by Peppy female villager) ...Sit Upon Art - 265,000 bells (suggested by kiza male villager) ...Heart Illumination - 136,000 bells (suggested by Peppy female villager) ...Illumination Arch - 148,000 bells (suggested by Snooty female villager) ...Illumination Clock - 146,000 bells (suggested by Peppy female villager) ...Illumination Tower - 128,000 bells (suggested by Peppy female villager) ...Jumbo Monitor - 284,000 bells (suggested by Jock male villager) ...Parabola Antenna - 148,000 bells (suggested by kiza male villager) ...Wind Power Generator - 156,000 bells (suggested by any villager) ...Windmill - 372,000 bells (suggested by aneki female villager) ...Tower - 726,000 bells (suggested by Snooty female villager) ...Stonehenge - 698,000 bells (suggested by kiza male villager) ...Totem Pole - 538,000 bells (suggested by kiza male villager) ...Moai Statue - 538,000 bells (suggested by kiza male villager) ...Pyramid - 698,000 bells (suggested by kiza male villager) ...Sphinx - 698,000 bells (suggested by kiza male villager) ...Flower Clock - 87,000 bells (triggered by "perfect" status) Greatly decrease: ...Garbage Can - 53,000 bells (suggested by Normal female village)  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 62) PERFECT TOWN ****************************************************************************** The exact tree counts, flower counts, Nature Points, and Living Points needed to achieve a "perfect" town are not yet known. In Tobidase Doubutsu no Mori, the game does not use tree and flower counts per acre to determine the overall town rating. Instead, the game uses tree and flower counts for the entire town. So, you do not have to mark acres for the purpose of achieving a "perfect" town! Try having between 110 and 200 trees in town. Palm trees on the beach "count." It's not yet known whether bamboo trees "count." Try having at least 76 flowers in town. Try building at least 10 Public Works (not counting Dream Mansion, Museum Reconstruction, Fortune-Telling Mansion, Station Renovation, or Town Hall Renovation). Do not allow 10 or more weeds in the entire town. Do not leave 10 or more items on the ground. Do not leave trash on or buried in the ground. Remember to water your withering flowers so they won't disappear. When your town first becomes "perfect," [Town Hall] Yakuba renovation options will appear on your Public Works list. Also, the Flower Clock will be added to your list of Public Works. Maintain "perfect" status for 15 days to get the Golden Can from [Isabelle] Shizue {Yeo-ul}. A flower that looks like Lily of the Valley, [Jacob's Ladder] suzuran, can appear randomly in your town only when you have a "perfect" environment report. They appear, usually, at the top of cliffs.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 63) HYBRID FLOWERS ****************************************************************************** By planting certain combinations of flowers next to each other (vertically, horizontally, or diagonally), you may spawn hybrid flowers! Hybrids can spawn anywhere in town, including on the beach. Here is the list of required combinations: Pink Tulips = Red Tulips + White Tulips Orange Tulips = Red Tulips + Yellow Tulips Black Tulips = Red Tulips + Red Tulips Purple Tulips = Orange Tulips + Orange Tulips Pink Cosmos = Red Cosmos + White Cosmos Orange Cosmos = Red Cosmos + Yellow Cosmos Black Cosmos = Orange Cosmos + Orange Cosmos Orange Pansies = Red Pansies + Yellow Pansies Blue Pansies = White Pansies + White Pansies Red Pansies* = Blue Pansies + Red Pansies Purple Pansies = Red Pansies* + Red Pansies* (It seems that you need Red Pansies that have spawned from Blue Pansies in order to spawn Purple Pansies.) Orange Pansies* = Blue Pansies + Orange Pansies Purple Pansies = Orange Pansies* + Orange Pansies* (It also seems that you need Orange Pansies that have spawned from Blue Pansies in order to spawn Purple Pansies.) Pink Roses = Red Roses + White Roses Pink Roses = Red Roses + Red Roses Orange Roses = Red Roses + Yellow Roses Purple Roses = White Roses + White Roses Black Roses = Red Roses + Red Roses Red Roses* = Orange Roses + Purple Roses Blue Roses = Red Roses* + Red Roses* (It seems that you need Red Roses that have spawned from Orange Roses and Purple Roses in order to spawn Blue Roses.) Pink Lilies = Red Lilies + White Lilies Orange Lilies = Red Lilies + Yellow Lilies Black Lilies = Red Lilies + Red Lilies Blue Violets = Purple Violets + White Violets White Carnations = Red Carnations + Pink Carnations Obtain Gold Roses by watering withering Black Roses with the Golden Can. Gold Roses never wither, though they can disappear after trampling. Flowers, including hybrids, can spawn their parents. For example, Pink Cosmos next to Pink Cosmos can spawn Pink Cosmos, Red Cosmos, or White Cosmos. Flowers, including hybrids, can act like their parents when breeding. For example, two Orange Lilies can spawn Black Lilies. Spreading [???] hiryou or Fertilizer near flowers will increase the probability of producing hybrid flowers. Bury [???] hiryou or Fertilizer with a Shovel. Spawning significantly increases on days following precipitation. You can also increase spawning by watering healthy flowers. Here is a list of the flowers by probability of spawning (most rare to least rare): ...1. Blue Roses ...2. Black Tulips, Orange Tulips, Blue Pansies, Black Cosmos, Black Roses, Black Lilies, Jacob's Ladders ...3. Pink Tulips, Purple Tulips, Purple Pansies, Orange Pansies, Pink Cosmos, Orange Cosmos, Purple Roses, Pink Roses, Orange Roses, Pink Lilies, Orange Lilies, Blue Violets, White Carnations ...4. Red, White, Yellow Tulips; Red, White, Yellow Pansies; Red, White, Yellow Cosmos; Red, White, Yellow Roses; Red, White Yellow Lilies; Purple, White, Yellow Violets; Red, Pink Carnations  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 64) BELL TREES ****************************************************************************** You can grow trees that bear money instead of fruit! With your Golden Shovel, dig a hole, then bury a bag of money (e.g., 10,000 bells). After four days, check your tree to see if it bears money. If so, harvest it to add to your wealth. Plant only one Bell Tree each day. No more than one Bell Tree can be successful on any day. No matter how much money you plant, a bell tree sprouts three 30,000-bell bags (if the tree is successful). Also, it bears "fruit" only once. After the money is harvested, the tree functions as a regular tree. Bell Trees do not always work. The greater the amount of money buried, the greater the chances of growing a successful bell tree. Increase your yellow Feng Shui count to increase the chances of growing a successful bell tree. Passing the Rich Town Ordinance may increase the chances of growing a successful bell tree. Bell Trees follow the same rules for tree growth, and they take the same amount of time to mature as all other trees: four days.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 65) GRASS ROUTES ****************************************************************************** There are three different grass designs: mostly circles, mostly squares, and mostly triangles. These three designs are linked to three snow designs: mostly stars, mostly hexagons, and mostly squares, respectively. The grass/snow in your town can wear away over time if repeatedly trod on by players. The game keeps track of where players walk/run, and each day that you play, the game removes a small part of any grass/snow in those spots. You can slow the decay or speed the recovery by planting flowers in the grass/snow.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 66) DOWNLOADABLE CONTENT ****************************************************************************** You can receive items from Nintendo! You must connect your Nintendo 3DS to the Internet directly (using Present Delivery), via SpotPass (placing your Nintendo 3DS in Sleep Mode), or at specially designated hotspots (e.g., 7Spot Service). Go to the [Post Office] Yuubinkyoku and choose the third option, for Present Delivery. Items added to the game are called "downloadable content" (commonly abbreviated as "DLC"). So far, items from Present Delivery can be ordered from the catalog. Items from SpotPass may or may not be ordered from the catalog. Notices for Japanese version items have appeared here: http://www.nintendo.co.jp/3ds/egdj/item/present.html http://www.nintendo.co.jp/3ds/egdj/paper/index.html Notices for Korean version items have appeared here: http://www.nintendo.co.kr/3DS/software/animal_forest/item/present.html Here are the items distributed to Japanese version players: November 8-30, 2012: a Tanuki Wall Clock (Present Delivery) December 1-31, 2012: a Stump Stool (Present Delivery) January 1-31, 2013: a New Year's Day Sunrise (Present Delivery) February 1-28, 2013: an Aurora Screen (Present Delivery) March 1-31, 2013: a Sprout Table (Present Delivery) April 1-30, 2013: a Cherry Blossom Clock (Present Delivery) May 1-31, 2013: a Leaf Bed (Present Delivery) November 15-22, 2012: a Turkey (SpotPass) December 10-25, 2012: a Buche de Noel (SpotPass) January 1-18, 2013: a Kagamimochi (SpotPass) February 21-27, 2013: a Campus Closet (SpotPass) February 28-March 6, 2013: an Eraser Sofa (SpotPass) March 7-13, 2013: a Campus Bed (SpotPass) March 14-20, 2013: a Campus Wall (SpotPass) March 21-27, 2013: a Campus Carpet (SpotPass) March 28-April 3, 2013: a Dot Liner (SpotPass) April 4-10, 2013: a Triangles Table (SpotPass) April 11-17, 2013: a Junior Pencil Partition (SpotPass) April 26-May 9, 2013: a Golden Clock (SpotPass) December 1-6, 2012: a 7-Eleven Sign (7Spot) December 7-13, 2012: a 7-Eleven Model (7Spot) December 14-20, 2012: a 7-Eleven Register Counter (7Spot) December 21-27, 2012: an Oden Hotpan (7Spot) December 28, 2012-January 3, 2013: a Steamed Bun Case (7Spot) January 4-10, 2013: a 7-Eleven Sign (7Spot) January 11-17, 2013: a 7-Eleven Model (7Spot) January 18-24, 2013: a 7-Eleven Register Counter (7Spot) January 25-31, 2013: an Oden Hotpan (7Spot) February 1-7, 2013: a Steamed Bun Case (7Spot) March 1-14, 2013: a 7-Eleven Shirt (7Spot) March 15-28, 2013: a Drink Display Case (7Spot) March 29-April 11, 2013: a Green Onion Pork Rib Bed (7Spot) April 12-25, 2013: a Rice Ball and Bento Rack (7Spot) April 26-May 9, 2013: a 7-Eleven ATM (7Spot) May 24-31, 2013: a 7-Eleven Sign (7Spot) May 31-June 7, 2013: a 7-Eleven Model (7Spot) June 7-14, 2013: a 7-Eleven Register Counter (7Spot) June 14-21, 2013: an Oden Hotpan (7Spot) June 21-28, 2013: a Steamed Bun Case (7Spot) June 28-July 5, 2013: a 7-Eleven Shirt (7Spot) July 5-12, 2013: a Drink Display Case (7Spot) July 12-19, 2013: a Green Onion Pork Rib Bed (7Spot) July 19-26, 2013: a Rice Ball and Bento Rack (7Spot) July 26-August 2, 2013: a 7-Eleven ATM (7Spot) Here are the items distributed to Korean version players: February 7-28, 2013: an Aurora Screen (Present Delivery) March 1-31, 2013: a Sprout Table (Present Delivery) April 1-30, 2013: a Cherry Blossom Clock (Present Delivery) May 1-31, 2013: a Leaf Bed (Present Delivery) February 7-21, 2013: a Tanuki Wall Clock (SpotPass) February 25-March 3, 2013: a Laptop (SpotPass) March 14-20, 2013: a Heart Hairpin (SpotPass) March 21-27, 2013: a Bucket (SpotPass) April 1-7, 2013: a Sneaky Pitfall Seed (SpotPass) April 18-24, 2013: a Spaceman Sam (SpotPass) May 1-7, 2013: a Top (SpotPass) May 8-14, 2013: a Massage Chair (SpotPass) May 16-22, 2013: a Lotus Lamp (SpotPass) May 23-June 5, 2013: a Spaceman Sam (SpotPass)  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 67) TV PROGRAM LISTING ****************************************************************************** All televisions display the same programming, as if there is only one channel available. Here is the television program listing: 12:00am SuM kara ba or Color Bars T Th baraeti or Variety W dokyumentari or Documentary F Anime Sa uta or Song 12:57am TWThFSa CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) 1:00am SuM suna arashi or Sandstorm (Static) T Sa eiga or Movie W uta or Song Th supotsu or Sports F dokyumentari or Documentary 2:45am TWThFSa CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) 3:00am TWThFSa kara ba or Color Bars 3:33am SuM nazo no UFO or UFO Riddle 3:34am SuM suna arashi or Sandstorm (Static) 4:00am TWThFSa suna arashi or Sandstorm (Static) 5:00am SuMTWThFSa kara ba or Color Bars 5:55am M Th CM (onna no ko) or Commercial (Girl) T F CM (ringo) or Commercial (Apple) w Sa CM (yuki) or Commercial (Snow) 6:00am SuMTWThFSa nyusu or News 6:15am SuMTWThFSa tenkiyohou or Weather Forecast 6:30am SuMTWThFSa ekusasaizu or Exercise 6:59am SuM F CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) T Th CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) W Sa CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) 7:00am Su kodomo bangumi or Child Program MTWThFSa nyusu or News 7:29am Su CM (yuki) or Commercial (Snow) 7:30am Su kodomo bangumi or Child Program 7:45am MTWThFSa tenkiyohou or Weather Forecast 7:59am Su CM (ringo) or Commercial (Apple) MTWThFSa CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) 8:00am Su Anime MTWThF dorama or Drama Sa baraeti or Variety 8:29am Su CM (onna no ko) or Commercial (Girl) MTWThF CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) Sa CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) 8:30am Su Anime MTWThF dokyumentari or Documentary Sa baraeti or Variety 8:59am Su CM (yuki) or Commercial (Snow) Sa CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) 9:00am Su kuizu or Quiz Sa dokyumentari or Documentary 9:18am MTWThF CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) 9:19am MTWThF CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) 9:20am MTWThF dokyumentari or Documentary 9:29am Su Sa CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) 9:30am Su kuizu or Quiz Sa dokyumentari or Documentary 9:59am Su CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) MTWThFSa CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) 10:00am Su baraeti or Variety M WTh Sa kodomo bangumi or Child Program T F Anime 10:29am Su WthFSa CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) MT CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) 10:30am Su baraeti or Variety M WTh Sa kodomo bangumi or Child Program T F Anime 10:59am SuM WThFSa CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) T CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) 11:00am Su Sa nyusu or News MTWThF ryouri or Cooking 11:29am MTWThF CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) 11:30am MTWThF nyusu or News 11:59am Su TWThFSa CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) M CM (ringo) or Commercial (Apple) 12:00pm Su tai dan or Versus Talk MTWThFSa baraeti or Variety 12:29pm SuMTWThFSa CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) 12:30pm Su tai dan or Versus Talk MTWThFSa baraeti or Variety 12:59pm Su TWThF CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) M CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) 1:00pm Su supotsu or Sports MTWThF dorama or Drama 1:28pm M CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) 1:29pm Su CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) M CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) TWThF CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) 1:30pm Su supotsu or Sports MTWTh tai dan or Versus Talk F dorama or Drama 1:59pm MTWThF CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) Sa CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) 2:00pm M WTh baraeti or Variety T Sa dokyumentari or Documentary F tai dan or Versus Talk 2:29pm MTWThF CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) Sa CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) 2:30pm M WTh baraeti or Variety T Sa dokyumentari or Documentary F tai dan or Versus Talk 2:58pm T CM (onna no ko) or Commercial (Girl) 2:59pm Su CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) M WTh CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) FSa CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) 3:00pm Su kuizu or Quiz MTWThF ekusasaizu or Exercise Sa supotsu or Sports 3:29pm Su CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) MTWTh CM (ringo) or Commercial (Apple) F CM (onna no ko) or Commercial (Girl) 3:30pm Su kuizu or Quiz MTWThF ekusasaizu or Exercise 3:50pm Sa CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) 3:51pm Sa supotsu or Sports 3:57pm M CM (onna no ko) or Commercial (Girl) 3:58pm T CM (onna no ko) or Commercial (Girl) 3:59pm Su CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) WTh CM (onna no ko) or Commercial (Girl) F CM (ringo) or Commercial (Apple) 4:00pm Su tai dan or Versus Talk M W Anime T ThF kodomo bangumi or Child Program 4:29pm Su CM (ringo) or Commercial (Apple) M W CM (yuki) or Commercial (Snow) T CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) ThF CM (onna no ko) or Commercial (Girl) 4:30pm Su tai dan or Versus Talk M W Anime T ThF kodomo bangumi or Child Program 4:57pm M CM (ringo) or Commercial (Apple) 4:59pm Su W CM (onna no ko) or Commercial (Girl) T F CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) Th CM (yuki) or Commercial (Snow) Sa CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) 5:00pm SuMTWThFSa baraeti or Variety 5:29pm Su TWThF CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) M Sa CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) 5:30pm SuMTWThFSa baraeti or Variety 5:58pm M CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) 5:59pm Su WThFSa CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) M CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) T CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) 6:00pm Su Anime MTWThFSa nyusu or News 6:29pm Su CM (onna no ko) or Commercial (Girl) 6:30pm Su Anime 6:45pm MTWThFSa tenkiyohou or Weather Forecast 6:59pm SuMTWTh Sa CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) F CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) 7:00pm Su T F supotsu or Sports M baraeti or Variety W tai dan or Versus Talk Th Anime Sa kuizu or Quiz 7:29pm M CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) W CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) Th Sa CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) 7:30pm M baraeti or Variety W tai dan or Versus Talk Th Anime Sa kuizu or Quiz 7:50pm Su CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) F CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) 7:51pm Su F supotsu or Sports 7:55pm T CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) 7:56pm T supotsu or Sports 7:59pm M Sa CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) WTh CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) 8:00pm M kuizu or Quiz W uta or Song Th dokyumentari or Documentary Sa baraeti or Variety 8:29pm M WTh CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) 8:30pm M kuizu or Quiz W uta or Song Th dokyumentari or Documentary 8:57pm SuM ThF CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) T Sa CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) W CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) 8:58pm SuMT ThF CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) W Sa CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) 8:59pm SuM WThF CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) T CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) Sa CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) 9:00pm Su Sa eiga or Movie M WTh dorama or Drama T F tai dan or Versus Talk 9:29pm M CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) TW F CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) Th CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) 9:30pm M WTh dorama or Drama T F tai dan or Versus Talk 9:53pm Su CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) 9:54pm Su CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) Sa CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) 9:55pm Su Sa eiga or Movie 9:59pm MT CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) W CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) ThF CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) 10:00pm MTWThF kuizu or Quiz 10:44pm Su Sa CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) 10:45pm SuMTWThFSa tenkiyohou or Weather Forecast 10:59pm M CM (ringo) or Commercial (Apple) T CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) WTh CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) F CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) 11:00pm Su Sa nyusu or News M Th baraeti or Variety T dokyumentari or Documentary W F kuizu or Quiz 11:29pm M Th nyusu or News T F CM (kan jusu) or Commercial (Canned juice) W CM (senzai) or Commercial (Detergent) Sa CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping) 11:30pm M Th baraeti or Variety T dokyumentari or Documentary W F kuizu or Quiz Sa tai dan or Versus Talk 11:55pm Su W CM (yuki) or Commercial (Snow) M Sa CM (onna no ko) or Commercial (Girl) T F CM (ringo) or Commercial (Apple) Th CM (shoppingu) or Commercial (Shopping)  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 68) OBSERVATIONS ****************************************************************************** If you don't play for 15 days, your player will emerge from their house yawning with messy hair ("bed head" hair). If you don't move items or change your house for 15 days, cockroaches will appear. After you step on all the cockroaches, your player will celebrate the achievement. If your house is in an ocean acre, you can hear the sounds of surf inside (as long as no sound producing item (e.g., television or music player) is turned on). Normally each day, four buried fossils, one buried Pitfall Seed, two weeds, and one flower will appear somewhere in your town. When you get a storage device in your house (e.g., a dresser, a wardrobe, a Locker, etc.), the storage space can hold 180 items. You can place fish, insects, and seafood in the storage device. The day before a new villager moves in to your town, a house plot will appear, fenced with a sign. The sign will announce the name of the villager. When wearing a Marine Suit, you can dive into the ocean from the Wharf or from the tops of cliffs! The color of a lamp's shade will permeate the room when the lamp is turned on. You can throw away garbage (e.g., Empty Can, Boot, Old Tire, Spoiled Turnips) into a Trash Can, a Trash Bin, a Garbage Can, or a Garbage Pail placed in your house. If you build the Garbage Can Public Work, you can also use it to get rid of garbage.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 69) GUIDES ****************************************************************************** Four Japanese guides for Tobidase Doubutsu no Mori have been published: The Nintendo guide (ISBN978-4092271630), 2012, 480 pages, 5.75x8.25 in. The NintendoDREAM guide (ISBN978-4-19-863539-8), 2012, 640 pages, 5.75x8.25 in. The Enterbrain guide (ISBN978-4-04-728668-9), 2012, 624 pages, 5.75x8.25 in. The MediaWorks guide (ISBN978-4-04-891203-7), 2012, 624 pages, 5.75x8.25 in.  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 70) OFFICIAL HOME PAGE ****************************************************************************** Nintendo of Japan: http://www.nintendo.co.jp/3ds/egdj/index.html Nintendo of Korea: http://www.nintendo.co.kr/3DS/software/animal_forest/index.html Nintendo of America: http://animal-crossing.com/newleaf/ Nintendo of Europe: http://www.nintendo.co.uk/Games/Nintendo-3DS/Animal-Crossing-New-Leaf- 273841.html  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 71) SOURCES ****************************************************************************** http://www.omniglot.com/writing/japanese_kanji.htm http://www.omniglot.com/writing/japanese_hiragana.htm http://www.omniglot.com/writing/japanese_katakana.htm http://www.omniglot.com/writing/japanese_romaji.htm http://www.omniglot.com/writing/korean.htm Tobidase Doubutsu no Mori Chou Kanzen Catalog, NintendoDREAM, 2012 Tobidase Doubutsu no Mori Za Complete Guide, ASCII Media Works, 2012 Tobidase Doubutsu no Mori Kanpeki Guide Book, Enterbrain, Inc., 2012 Nintendo Koushiki Guide Book Tobidase Doubutsu no Mori, Shogakukan, 2012  (Back to Top) ****************************************************************************** 72) THANKS ****************************************************************************** Thank you to Onthelam79, ThadBarr, zenxacred, Gonwi, and TheBigJC7777777 for completing information. Thank you to zenxacred, ItemBreak, ThadBarr, and others in the Art Research thread.





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