_ _ _ ____ _ / \ _ __ (_)_ __ ___ __ _| | / ___|_ __ ___ ___ ___(_)_ __ __ _ / _ \ | '_ \| | '_ ` _ \ / _` | | | | | '__/ _ \/ __/ __| | '_ \ / _` | / ___ \| | | | | | | | | | (_| | | | |___| | | (_) \__ \__ \ | | | | (_| | /_/ \_\_| |_|_|_| |_| |_|\__,_|_| \____|_| \___/|___/___/_|_| |_|\__, | |___/ __ __) __ __) (, ) | / , /) /) (, ) | / /) /) | /| / // _(/ | /| / _____ // _(/ |/ |/ _(_(/_(_(_ |/ |/ (_)/ (_(/_(_(_ / | / | A FAQ/Walkthrough for Animal Crossing: Wild World For the Nintendo DS By Brandon "LethalLink99" Wolfram Version 4.01 (Completed 04/24/08) LL99FAQs(at)gmail(dot)com This file is Copyright (c) 2006-2008 Brandon Wolfram. All rights reserved. _ __ __ _ | |========\ \===================================================/ /========| | | | A. \ \ Table of Contents / / (CONTS) | | |_|==========\/=================================================\/==========|_| This FAQ is rather large. To avoid endless scrolling, I suggest that you make use of the keywords at right of any section. Press Ctrl+F to bring up the Search window in your browser or word processing program. Enter the text including the brackets and search. A. Table of Contents......................................... (CONTS) B. Introduction.............................................. (INTRO) C. The Basics................................................ (BASIC) 1. Controls............................................. (C-100) 2. In-Game Menus........................................ (C-200) 3. Beginning the Game................................... (C-300) 4. Working in Tom Nook's Shop........................... (C-400) 5. Your First Day in Town............................... (C-500) 6. Goal of Gameplay..................................... (C-600) D. Town Landmarks and Attractions............................ (LDMRK) 1. Tom Nook's Shop...................................... (D-100) 2. Shampoodle: Harriet's Hair Salon..................... (D-200) 3. The Able Sisters' Shop............................... (D-300) 4. The Main Gate........................................ (D-400) 5. The Town Hall........................................ (D-500) 6. The Civic Center..................................... (D-600) 7. The Post Office...................................... (D-700) 8. The Museum........................................... (D-800) 9. The Observatory and the Roost........................ (D-900) E. Around Town Activities.................................... (TWNAC) 1. The Wild World Environment........................... (E-100) 2. Getting a Perfect Town............................... (E-200) 3. Fishing.............................................. (E-300) 4. Bug Catching......................................... (E-400) 5. Treasure from Above and Below........................ (E-500) 6. Tools at Your Disposal............................... (E-600) 7. Composing Town Tunes................................. (E-700) F. Characters................................................ (CHARA) 1. Special Visitors..................................... (F-100) a. Blanca.......................................... (F-101) b. Cornimer........................................ (F-102) c. Crazy Redd...................................... (F-103) d. Dr. Shrunk...................................... (F-104) e. Gracie.......................................... (F-105) f. Gulliver........................................ (F-106) g. Joan............................................ (F-107) h. Katie and Kaitlin............................... (F-108) i. Katrina......................................... (F-109) j. K.K. Slider..................................... (F-110) k. Lyle............................................ (F-111) l. Pascal.......................................... (F-112) m. Pete............................................ (F-113) n. Saharah......................................... (F-114) o. Tortimer........................................ (F-115) p. Wendell......................................... (F-116) 2. Miscellaneous Characters............................. (F-200) a. The Able Sisters: Mabel and Sable............... (F-201) b. Blathers........................................ (F-202) c. Booker and Copper............................... (F-203) d. Brewster........................................ (F-204) e. Celeste......................................... (F-205) f. Harriet......................................... (F-206) g. Kapp'n.......................................... (F-207) h. Mom............................................. (F-208) i. Resetti......................................... (F-209) j. Rover........................................... (F-210) k. Pelly and Phyllis............................... (F-211) l. Timmy and Tommy................................. (F-212) m. Tom Nook........................................ (F-213) n. Wishy the Star.................................. (F-214) 3. Villagers............................................ (F-300) a. Villager Personalities.......................... (F-301) b. Villager Index.................................. (F-302) c. Special Villagers............................... (F-303) d. Animal Interactions............................. (F-304) e. Obtaining Animal Pics........................... (F-305) f. Villager Dialogue Responses..................... (F-306) G. Communication............................................. (COMMU) H. Your House................................................ (HOUSE) 1. The Basics of Furnishing............................. (H-100) 2. Expansions........................................... (H-200) 3. Feng Shui............................................ (H-300) 4. The Happy Room Academy............................... (H-400) I. Making Money.............................................. (MONEY) 1. Basic Techniques..................................... (I-100) 2. The Stalk Market..................................... (I-200) J. Special Events............................................ (EVENT) 1. Event Calendar....................................... (J-100) 2. Event Descriptions................................... (J-200) 3. Time Traveling....................................... (J-300) K. Master Item List.......................................... (ITEMS) 1. Furniture............................................ (K0100) 2. Wallpaper............................................ (K0200) 3. Flooring............................................. (K0300) 4. Clothing............................................. (K0400) 5. Umbrellas............................................ (K0500) 6. Accessories.......................................... (K0600) 7. Stationery........................................... (K0700) 8. Gryoids.............................................. (K0800) 9. Fossils.............................................. (K0900) 10. K.K. Songs.......................................... (K1000) 11. Fish................................................ (K1100) 12. Insects............................................. (K1200) 13. Animal Pics......................................... (K1300) 14. "Secret" Items...................................... (K1400) 15. Environmental Items................................. (K1500) 16. Unused Items and Seeds.............................. (K1600) L. Item Index................................................ (INDEX) 1. Items by Color Designation........................... (L-100) 2. Items by Feng Shui Designation....................... (L-200) 3. Items by Genre Designation........................... (L-300) 4. Items by Category Designation........................ (L-400) 5. Clothing by Genre Designation........................ (L-500) 6. Clothing by Season Designation....................... (L-600) M. Conclusion................................................ (CONCL) M. Version History........................................... (M-100) N. Contact Info.............................................. (M-200) O. Copyright Notice.......................................... (M-300) P. Credits................................................... (M-400) _ __ __ _ | |========\ \===================================================/ /========| | | | B. \ \ Introduction / / (INTRO) | | |_|==========\/=================================================\/==========|_| Animal Crossing: Wild World is the natural sequel to Animal Crossing, a sleeper hit that engaged gamers worldwide on the Nintendo GameCube (GCN). Released on December 5th, 2005, Wild World made several significant improvements over its console game brother. Foremost among these is the advent of Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, allowing gamers from around the world to link up on the Wi-Fi network and visit one another's towns. The online community grew fast and furiously, and is still going strong today. The same cannot be said of the large number of people who once travelled to other towns on memory cards in the GameCube version. Other improvements include the (seeming) loss of the acre system of towns, which many gamers found repetitive, annoying, and troublesome. More villagers, events, buildings, fish, and insects have been added to supplement the game's fairly admirable collection of features. Changes to the HRA rating system and the inclusion of many new items make for a world of towns that is more vibrant than ever before. This FAQ/Walkthrough will take you through every nook and cranny of the game (excuse the pun). I'm always open to suggestions on improving this FAQ, so feel free to send in comments, suggestions, and questions to the e-mail address at the top of the FAQ. Happy reading! _ __ __ _ | |========\ \===================================================/ /========| | | | C. \ \ The Basics / / (BASIC) | | |_|==========\/=================================================\/==========|_| There are a few basic things to go over before starting a new game. This section addresses these things and then moves on to cover the game's beginning: the taxi ride with Kapp'n and Tom Nook's tasks. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 1. Controls (C-100) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= O=============================================================================O | Button | Normal Gameplay Function(s) | Menu/Indoor Function(s) | O===============o===============================o=============================O | Top Screen | Displays sky; weather. | Displays surroundings. | |---------------+-------------------------------+-----------------------------| | Touch Screen | Stylus-driven control. | Stylus-driven control. | |---------------+-------------------------------+-----------------------------| | Control Pad | Move and direct character. | Navigate menus. | |---------------+-------------------------------+-----------------------------| | A Button | Talk, open door, shake tree, | Confirm menu choices, talk, | | | use a tool, read a sign. | grab furniture. | |---------------+-------------------------------+-----------------------------| | B Button | Pick up items, pull weeds, | Pick up items, cancel menu | | | increase text speed. | choices, exit menus, | | | | increase text speed. | |---------------+-------------------------------+-----------------------------| | X Button | Access town map menu. | Use camera functions. | |---------------+-------------------------------+-----------------------------| | Y Button | Access suitcase (item) menu. | Place item in specific slot.| |---------------+-------------------------------+-----------------------------| | L Button | Run. | Toggle options/palettes. | |---------------+-------------------------------+-----------------------------| | R Button | Run. | Toggle options/palettes. | |---------------+-------------------------------+-----------------------------| | Start Button | Save option/message. | Save option/message. | |---------------+-------------------------------+-----------------------------| | Select Button | Access keyboard menu. | Access keyboard menu. | O=============================================================================O There are a few more control options that are available in select situations. While talking to Tom Nook, press the X or Y button while highlighting an item to automatically take it to Nook's sell screen. If you are too far away from a villager to talk to them but he/she is still in sight, you can tap the Touch Screen to wave at him/her. While next to a hole, you can kick dirt into it with the B Button. This is useful if for some reason you have been trapped on Nintendo Wi-Fi Communication without a shovel. There are also special auto-phrases that can be used during Wi-Fi or DS to DS gameplay. These include pressing the Start button at any time to send the message "I want to save!" to the host. If you are sitting down on a chair or lying down on a bed when you are either visiting a town or hosting guests, the following auto-commands are available: A Button: Phew! B Button: Good feeling! X Button: Outta my way! Y Button: I can't get down! Select Button: I can't move! =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 2. In-Game Menus (C-200) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Start Menu ---------- The menu seen when you start up the game. These options are explained under the heading "Beginning the Game". Suitcase Menu ------------- Press Y or tap the down arrow on the upper-right corner of the Touch Screen in most situations to access the game's many in-game menus. The Suitcase menu will appear first. You will see a number of different icons indicating corresponding menus along the top of the screen. The Suitcase menu serves as your inventory in the game. It holds up to 15 items, 10 letters, and 99,999 bells (money). Store items in empty slots. A picture of your character with a little speech bubble shows your name and town name. To wear or hold applicable items, drag them to your character's image. Tap your character and select remove to remove items. Drop items by dragging the item in question to the ground by your character's feet. Withdraw bells by tapping the bell bag icon and selecting the desired amount. All in all, you can carry 26 items if you put them in letters in the correspondence section. Pencil Menu ----------- Create custom designs at the Able Sisters' Shop and access them here. You can hold up to 8 designs and use them in a variety of ways, including using one of them as your inventory background. Drag the item to the lower left corner of the Suitcase menu. The default backrgound, a Big Dot Shirt, will take an available slot in your inventory as a result. Fish Data --------- See data of any fish you have caught. This is automatically updated after a new fish is reeled in. Tap on the icon of a specific fish and you'll see its name, size, habitat, and seasonal times. This is esepecially useful if you want know where you caught a valuable fish (and if you don't want to take the time to look it up here, obviously). Bug Data -------- This is exactly like the fish menu, except it records insects. Since there are many more ways to catch insects, this information is still more valuable. Message (Keyboard) Menu ----------------------- Use this to communicate with other players who come to visit. It is the same keyboard available when you write letters. With it you can compose messages for others to see. Once you have met Dr. Shrunk and obtained a few "expressions" from him, they will apppear here. Tap the corresponding "expression" and your character will enact it. This is a brief and more effective method of communication. Note that there is a built in censor that "blanks out" expletives. Town Map Menu ------------- Use the map menu to navigate your new town. It indicates any buildings in town, your location, and the location of bridges. Tap a villager's name from the list, a house, a building name or a building icon to locate that house or building. When you travel to other towns you will automatically have that town's map at your disposal. Access it by pressing the X Button. Friends Menu ------------ Your friend roster of people you have met on Wi-Fi and gotten friend codes from is displayed here. You can register friends by pressing register and remove them from here as well. Even if you have no intention of ever inviting others into your town, it is a good idea to register one friend code just to make sure that you receive the special gifts from Nintendo. Catalog ------- There is another in-game menu that is not available from the default Suitcase menu. Instead, you must access the Catalog from Tom Nook. This menu organizes just about every item you will encounter in the game. The catalog is ordered under the following headings: furniture, wallpaper, carpets, clothing, umbrellas, accessories, stationary (paper), gyroids, and fossils. As you can see, not all items are sorted in the catalog, and furthermore, some are listed here but are not available for purchase from the catalog. The Master Item List explains much more about the catalog, what items are in it, and which items you can buy from it. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 3. Beginning the Game (C-300) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= When you first boot up Animal Crossing: Wild World, you'll be taken to the title screen. Press Start or touch the screen and it will ask you what you want to do. Here you will have the following options: New Game/Continue ----------------- Select this option if you haven't created a town yet or if you wish to continue playing in a town you have created and saved. Note that only one town may be saved at a time to a game card. New Resident ------------ Create a roommate to live with you in your existing town. Three roommates can be created, for a total of four possible characters in town. This is a major difference between Wild World and its predecessor. In the original Animal Crossing, there were four different houses that you did not have to share. However, the house expansions have gotten larger and more numerous and the wardbrobes and bureaus now have a 90-item capacity. New residents may be created not only for other people, but can be also be used for several other purposes outlined in the throughout the body of this FAQ. Tag Mode -------- This option is accessible only if you have released a note in a bottle into the ocean. More information about Tag Mode is found under "Communication". Other Things ------------ Here you have the following subset of options. - Rebuild Town: Delete your saved town, and with it all of your items, villagers, etc. You should be absolutely sure you want to get rid of a town before you use this option. - Erase Resident: Evict a roommate from your house. This is the equivelant of deleting another character. Again, you should be sure that the resident has got to go before choosing this option. - Immigration: Where the New Resident option allowed for a player new to Wild World to move to town, this option allows players with existing towns to move to other towns. More information on Immigration is found under "Communication". - Wi-Fi Settings: These settings allow connection to Nintendo over the Wi-Fi network. More information is found in the "Communication" section. Note: Further options pertaining to the telephone found in the save room of your house are explained under "Expansions". A Taxi Ride ----------- To start the game off, you will be in the back of a taxi driven by Kapp'n, a Kappa, a turtle-like demon in Japanese folklore. He took you to your town's island in the original Animal Crossing and now takes you to your new home. As Rover did in the first Animal Crossing, Kapp'n will ask you a few questions that will determine many facets of the game. Questions that seem to have little meaning will determine your appearance as well as the layout of your new town. First, he'll ask you for the time and date (if you are the first to move into the new town). The default option is the DS clock setting. Although time is easily changed in Wild World, it is a very important part of the game. Next, Kapp'n will comment about the rain pouring outside the cab. Your answer to this "question" and two subsequent questions will influence the facial features of your character. A more thorough explanation is found in the subsection that follows. Next, he'll ask your name. Make sure its a good name; you can't change it after you confirm it. Then Kapp'n will ask you whether you like the "burly" or "cute" name you've chosen. This will help determine your gender. Of course, burly is for boy and cute is for girl. Then you'll get one more chance to confirm your gender. If you change your mind about your gender, you will have girlish eyes if you're a boy and boyish eyes if you're a girl. Kapp'n will then ask you for the name of your town (if you are the first to move into a village). Again, make it a good name because you can't change it later. Kapp'n will ask why you are coming to town. This is the second question that has a bearing on your appearance, detailed below. The talkative taxi driver will then ask you why you've decided to move to town (if you are first to move into the town). Your choices are for the beach, the town hall, the shopping, the border, or the museum. This will determine where you live, as you'll live closer to the location you've chosen. It should also be noted that in addition to determining the location of your house, it will also determine special features of your town's terrain. Of course, some features cut across towns no matter how characters have responded. To paraphrase CalicoLemon of the AXA forums, each town of 16 acres is randomly generated from a pool of 109 posssible acre "pieces". And this only determines the structural features of your town. Possible native fruit selections, snow patterns, and gate colors can still vary. By selecting one of the locations above, you are only helping to determine how far away your house will be from the ocean acres and the fixed building acres. Each town must have a gate acre in the top row (one of three layouts and color types). A waterfall acre must also be on the top row (three possible selections). Of course, each town must have a Town Hall, an acre containing both Tom's and the Able Sisters' shops, a Museum acre, an acre with your house, and a series of river acres that connect from the waterfall acre to an outlet into an ocean acre. On top of that, each town must have two bridges that span the two of the river acres and 10 locations for your possible villager's houses. When you factor in all of the above locations, there are only four "open" acres that are generated randomly. There are several versions of the non-random acres above, added to increase variety. As you can see, CalicoLemon is an expert on town layout. Finally, he'll ask you if you have enough money to get settled. This is the third and final question that influences your appearance. All of the possible answers to these three questions and their effects on your appearance are listed below. Determining Your Appearance --------------------------- Note: In the English version of Wild World, there may be slight variations to these questions. If you do happen to get the other version, it should be obvious which question corresponds with each in the list below. Your resulting appearance will not be altered. Q: Kapp'n: Jumpin' jellyfishes...I've had about enough of this here rain! A: Me, too! Q: Kapp'n: So tell me, player name. Why are ye settin’ sail fer town name? A: I'm moving. Q: Kapp'n: Do ye have enough to get settled? A: Yup! \==>> [M] Large, rounded eyes with black pupils off to the side. The hair is brown with a cowlick at the back. You lack eyelashes and eyebrows. [F] The hair is brown and rounded with "wings" off to the sides. The pupils are large, blue, and off to the side. You lack eyebrows and eyelashes. Q: Kapp'n: Jumpin' jellyfishes...I've had about enough of this here rain! A: Me, too! Q: Kapp'n: So tell me, player name. Why are ye settin’ sail fer town name? A: I'm moving. Q: Kapp'n: Do ye have enough to get settled? A: Kinda... \==>> [M] Your eyes are half-ovals with black pupils off to the side. The hair is brown and domed with an uneven line around the forehead. No eyebrows or eyelashes. [F] The hair is pink with pigtails under your ears and a tuft of hair protruding upwards. Your eyes are half-ovals with eyelashes curving to the sides of the face. There are no eyebrows. Q: Kapp'n: Jumpin' jellyfishes...I've had about enough of this here rain! A: Me, too! Q: Kapp'n: So tell me, player name. Why are ye settin’ sail fer town name? A: Butt out! Q: Kapp'n: Do ye have enough to get settled? A: Yup! \==>> [M] Tilted eyes with black pupils off to the side. You have eyebrows, but not lashes. You'll have brown hair similar to the boy style above. [F] Your hair is pink and domed but for wings out to the sides. The eyes are black with grey pupils. Eyelashes curve upwards, but there are no eyebrows. Q: Kapp'n: Jumpin' jellyfishes...I've had about enough of this here rain! A: Me, too! Q: Kapp'n: So tell me, player name. Why are ye settin’ sail fer town name? A: Butt out! Q: Kapp'n: Do ye have enough to get settled? A: Kinda... \==>> [M] You have brown hair with a cowlick at the back with a curving line around the forehead. The eyes are circles with black pupils off to the side. You have eyelashes, but not eyebrows. [F] The hair is brown and domed with wings to the sides. Your eyes are tilted with eyelashes but no eyebrows. Q: Kapp'n: Jumpin' jellyfishes...I've had about enough of this here rain! A: I like it! Q: Kapp'n: So tell me, player name. Why are ye settin’ sail fer town name? A: I'm moving. Q: Kapp'n: Do ye have enough to get settled? A: Yup! \==>> [M] Your hair is similar to the boy style above. The eyes are circles with black pupils looking to the side. You will have rosy cheeks, but you will not have eyelashes or eyebrows. [F] This eyelids brown, domed hair with wings yet again, but this time your eyes are circular with large, blue pupils looking to the side. You have eyelashes extending downwards but no eyebrows. Q: Kapp'n: Jumpin' jellyfishes...I've had about enough of this here rain! A: I like it! Q: Kapp'n: So tell me, player name. Why are ye settin’ sail fer town name? A: I'm moving. Q: Kapp'n: Do ye have enough to get settled? A: Kinda... \==>> [M] Your hair is brown with a cowlick at the back and a circular line around the forehead. There are eyebrows, but not eyelashes. The eyes are blue with the pupil centered. [F] The hair is brown with pigtails curling behind your ears. A tuft of hair sticks up. The eyes have large, blue pupils. Your cheeks are rosy. There are no eyebrows or eyelashes. Q: Kapp'n: Jumpin' jellyfishes...I've had about enough of this here rain! A: I like it! Q: Kapp'n: So tell me, player name. Why are ye settin’ sail fer town name? A: Butt out! Q: Kapp'n: Do ye have enough to get settled? A: Yup! \==>> [M] The hair is brown and domed with an uneven forehead line. The eyelids are pinkish and half closed, giving you a lazy expression. There are no eyelashes or eyebrows. [F] This yields brown hair with pigtails and a tuft sticking up. The pupils are blue, smaller, and centered. You have both eyelashes and eybrows. Q: Kapp'n: Jumpin' jellyfishes...I've had about enough of this here rain! A: I like it! Q: Kapp'n: So tell me, player name. Why are ye settin’ sail fer town name? A: Butt out! Q: Kapp'n: Do ye have enough to get settled? A: Kinda... \==>> [M] You'll have brown, domed hair with an uneven forehead line. Your eyes are blue and centered. There are no eyebrows or eyelashes. [F] The hair is brown with pigtails curling behind your ears and a part sticking up. The eyelids are pinkish and half-closed, giving you a lazy expression. The pupils are blue and off to the side, while there are no eyebrows or eyelashes. Now you'll finally arrive in town. Your first stop is the Town Hall, where Pelly, the duck behind the counter, will ask you if you need help. Tell her you just moved in and she'll tell you that Tom Nook is waiting for you and that there is a small home waiting for you to move into. She'll give you a town map for your trouble. Use it to find your way across town to your new home. Check out your new pad. Calling it a humble abode is an understatement. You'll have room for only a few items and all it has in it to begin with is a candle and a crummy old radio. Don't worry; if you work at it, you can eventually upgrade your home until it is a good-sized mansion. For more info on your home, see "Your House". Get out of the house for some air and Tom Nook will show up and offer you a job out of the blue. It turns out that you didn't bring nearly enough money to buy the house. You'll owe 19,800 bells, and Tom Nook will let you work for him to pay some of it off. Find his store on your map and begin your employment. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 4. Working in Tom Nook's Shop (C-400) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Once you get to Tom Nook's Shop, he'll give you a uniform. Get dressed by selecting it from your inventory an putting it on your character. If you wish to play a rather pointless joke on Tom Nook, run outside after changing into your work uniform and then take it off and drop it on the ground. Tom will be exasperated that you have lost your work clothes already and will remark in frustration, "Hm! What did you do with your work clothes? Unbelievable... Here, take this new set, but you must change into them this time!" Tom will give you trees and flowers to plant outside. Go out, pick a spot for the scenery, choose the item from the menu, and plant it. You can always cut down the trees if you don't like the arrangement later when you get an axe. You can just pick the flowers. Once you're done, return to the shop and your new boss will ask you to meet the residents. What an easy job! You should visit the mayor outside the Town Hall first. Visit all of your animals next. Make sure to use the map if you don't know the locations of their houses. They should be walking around in the general area of their houses or inside. Knock on the door to enter a house. You should have only three villagers to visit. Talk to them after introducing yourself to obtain some useful information. One will ask you when your birthday is. On that day some of the villagers will remember your birthday and give you gifts. You will have a lot more villagers by that time. Note that under no circumstances must you meet Blathers, Celeste, Booker, Copper, or other town regulars to complete this task. Next, go back to the shop and Tom will ask you to deliver some furniture. Deliver it to the villager he names. After that, return to the shop yet again and Nook will ask you to write a letter about his store and mail it to a specific neighbor. Write the letter and mail it at the post office. Just select the paper from your inventory and write it just like on a normal keyboard. No matter how fast you are, Tom Nook will tell you that you took too long. It looks like your new boss is fairly particular. Tom will ask you to deliver a carpet to a neighbor. Locate the villager inside his/her house and let him/her know you have a delivery. Go back to Nook's after delivering the carpet and you'll have to deliver a watering can. In the original Animal Crossing you had to deliver an axe. You'll deliver it to the same person that you sent the letter to. The villager will show you the letter and give you some tips. Return to Nook's for the last task you'll have to do. He'll ask you to write an ad for his shop. Go to the message board beside the Town Hall, select New Message and use your letter-writing skills to post a message on the board. Go back to the shop and you'll finally be free to do what you want. The bad news is you'll have worked off only 1,400 bells on your mortgage. It may be a pitiful sum, but at least your free. Now you're finally free to buy things from the store, pay off your debt, and begin the game for real. On a side-note, if an additional character is created, he/she must work for Tom Nook regardless of whether or not the entire mortgage payment on the house has been paid off. Even if the last expansion of the house is completely paid off, Tom will still force the new character to perform the same duties as his first employee. The worst part of it all is that the new character's work will go unrewarded; Tom Nook will not pay for the services of an additional character. New secondary characters can avoid doing this work for no pay, but several features of gameplay that were designed to work as if you had completed Nook's training will not be available to you. Copper will not let you open the gates, preventing both DS to DS and Nintendo WFC multiplayer. You cannot buy or sell items at Tom Nook's store. Also, all of the villagers will never go to sleep as they are required to stay awake for the new character to meet them as part of Tom Nook's tasks. Characters that immigrate to town will not be subjected Tom Nook's employment, as such characters will have gone through it once before in the respective towns they emmigrated from. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 5. Your First Day in Town (C-500) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Upon the termination of your employment, a few interesting effects will occur. You can now save your game. Also, you are now a regular customer of Tom Nook's store and can buy and sell items with him. Despite these important features opening themselves to you, the fact remains that you will be virtually penniless and with little in the way of material possessions. However, there are a few things that you can do in your first day to get ahead and, more importantly, have more fun. I suggest to go about shaking every tree in town first. Many of them will contain bags of 100 bells, two of them will contain often rare pieces of furniture you can use in your tiny house or sell, and the rest will be ripe with your town's fruit. Of course, three of the trees will contain bee hives that will release angry bees. If you aren't fast they will sting you. More information is found under "Bug Catching: In-Depth Strategies". Sell this fruit to Tom Nook and you will have enough for whatever tool is available in the shop. I suggest buying it no matter what item it is. The most valuable tools at this stage are of course the fishing rod, net, and shovel. With the fishing rod and net you can hunt for creatures that can be sold to pay off your mortgage. With the shovel you can smack every rock in town to find the elusive bell rock, which, if continually smacked, will release progressively more valuable bags of bells. See "Basic Techniques" of the Making Money section for more information. You can also begin hunting for fossils that you can either donate to the museum or sell off for profit. You can also raid the beach for shells. Although these are not worth much, every bell counts early in the game. Between this and gathering fruit you should be well on your way to collecting the required mortgage donation. You may also wish to sell items in your house, such as the tape deck, orange box, and the common wall and floor in favor of other items you may receive from villagers or in other ways. Before you sell something that a villager gave you, keep in mind that these items are worth more HRA points off the bat than most of the items sold at Tom Nook's Shop. Another concern that new players to Wild World often have is the issue of storage space. Your first house will be cramped and very limited in terms of space. Paying off your mortgage should thus be a goal of the first day. When you have paid off the mortgage, engage Tom Nook in conversation and you will be able to expand your house and pick your new roof color. While you still have your "starter home", an even more cumbersome problem is the fact that you will probably not have a wardrobe or dresser. The dresser has room for 90 items, in six groups of 15 items. Each roommate will have space for his/her own 90 items in a wardrobe. Purchasing another one will NOT give you more space. A wardrobe is able to store furniture, wallpaper, flooring, clothing, and shells, enabling the use of your inventory for more important items such as tools. More storage space may be obtained by storing saved letters in the Post Office and attaching items to them, simply attaching items to letters that appear in your inventory, or by creating another character who will have their own inventory in which to store items. Between all of these methods you should be able to pay off your first mortgage fairly easily and move closer to the aquisition of a larger house. In selling all of these goods to Tom Nook you will also be closer to a store upgrade, which will enable you to buy tools, make more money, and get more out of the game while in the early stretch. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 6. Goal of Gameplay (C-600) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= The major question that most players have after completing their work at the store and even after the first day is: what to do now? Your goal in Animal Crossing: Wild World can be whatever the heck you want it to be. Animal Crossing is more like an experience than a game. It's an environment in which you're free to do whatever you want. The town is made for you. What most people who play this game set out to do is to become the kingpin of the Animal Crossing universe. They want the most money, the biggest house, the best clothing and accessories, the most perfect town environment, the coolest villagers, the fullest museum, and they want to be the envy of every other Animal Crossing player in the wide world of Wi-Fi. Less driven gamers may want to focus onwhat they find the most fun, whether it be netting bugs, decorating the house, or just interacting with the villagers. There are endless things to do and endless things to accomplish. You can never really say you've beaten Animal Crossing: Wild World because there's always something out there that hasn't been done (a blessing and a curse). Animal Crossing: Wild World is a game in which every player has his/her own town with its own villagers, unique features, and landscape. What you do in the town is up to you. Some things are daily and can get repetitive and boring, while some events happen just once a year. The clock is always ticking, whether you're there or not (the slogan of the original AC, if you can believe it). _ __ __ _ | |========\ \===================================================/ /========| | | | D. \ \ Town Landmarks and Attractions / / (LDMRK) | | |_|==========\/=================================================\/==========|_| This section details the many locations to visit in town. Basically, this overview serves to orient new players to Wild World's features and to refresh the memories of veteran players. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 1. Tom Nook's Shop (D-100) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Now that your brief stint as an employee is over, you will hopefully realize that your financial and overall "success" in town is intertwined with Tom's. His store provides the major location you will visit countless times during the game. Tom Nook allows you to buy and sell your items. These are the most important things in the game, since items sold here enable you to do everything else. You'll be able to buy and sell throughout the store hours of 8AM-11PM. The closing of the store is foreshadowed by closing music, which begins playing at 10:50PM. Expansions ---------- The more business you do with the racoon, the bigger his shop will get and the more items he'll be able to display and sell to his number one customer: you. His selection varies every day you come in, so you should make it a habit of checking out his items all the time, no matter if you have any need to or not. You may find something rare and interesting. Here's how and when his shop will expand. O=============================================================================O | Name of Upgrade | How to Get It | Description | O=================o=======================o===================================O | Nook's Cranny | Available at Start | A dilapidated, wooden shack of a | | | | building, Nook's Cranny has an | | | | extremely small selection of | | | | items. These include 2 furniture | | | | items, 1 carpet, 1 wallpaper, 1 | | | | stationary packet, 1 package of | | | | seeds, 2 tools, 1 medicine bottle,| | | | and 1 message in a bottle. On the| | | | bright side, it doesn't take much | | | | to upgrade the store. | |-----------------+-----------------------+-----------------------------------| | Nook n' Go | Spend/Sell 25,000 | A convenience store with a mildly | | | Worth of Goods | better item selection. It has 3 | | | | furniture items, 1 carpet, 1 | | | | wallpaper, 2 stationary packets, 2| | | | packages of seeds, 3 tools, 1 | | | | medicine bottle, 1 message in a | | | | bottle, and a sapling. The tools | | | | are especially valuable now. | |-----------------+-----------------------+-----------------------------------| | Nookway | Spend/Sell 90,000 | A supermarket with a good array of| | | Worth of Goods | helpful items. They include 4 | | | | tools, 2 carpets, 2 wallpapers, 3 | | | | stationary packets, 4 packages of | | | | seeds, 4 tools, 1 medicine bottle,| | | | 1 message in a bottle, and 2 | | | | saplings. It is possible to get | | | | upgrade in just five days of play.| |-----------------+-----------------------+-----------------------------------| | Nookington's | Spend/Sell 240,000 | A large department store with a | | | Worth of Goods & Get a| monster selection of items that | | | Wi-Fi/Local Visitor to| sprawls two floors. On the 1st | | | Buy/Sell 1 Item from | floor you'll find 6 tools, 2 | | | Previous Store | saplings, 1 cedar sapling, 7 | | | Upgrades | packages of seeds, 4 stationary | | | | packets, 1 medicine bottle, and 1 | | | | message in a bottle. Also on this| | | | floor is a separate salon called | | | | Shampoodle where Harriet will do | | | | your hair, covered in the next | | | | section. The second floor is home| | | | to 8 different furniture items, 3 | | | | carpets, 3 wallpapers, and 1 paint| | | | can. Tom will have enlisted the | | | | help of the twins Timmy and Tommy | | | | Nookling to help in the 2nd floor.| | | | For more information on Timmy and | | | | Tommy, consult the section of the | | | | same name. | O=============================================================================O Tom Nook will post notices on the Message Board before he starts construction and when the store is open again. Construction takes a day in which you aren't allowed in the store during that time. You'll have to wait until tommorow if you want to sell or purchase something. This may be annoying, but the wait is well worth it. When you are given the option to expand, Tom Nook will ask you what roof color you would like your new house expansion to have. You may choose from red, blue, yellow, green, pink, orange, light blue, violte, light green, lilac, blue green, shocking pink, grey, brown, dark green, and navy colors. There have been reports stating that Tom Nook will not upgrade his shop if the character has time travelled over the date of construction that is posted on the Bulletin Board. More about this problem and its solution is found under "Time Traveling". Basic Services at Tom Nook's Shop --------------------------------- You can shop for items by walking up to the item, facing it, and tapping the stylus twice or pressing the A Button. For some items he'll give you a special description and for wallpaper and flooring he'll give you the option of seeing what it looks like before you buy. Most items will be "sold out" for a day after you buy them. You can sell your items by talking to Nook and selecting the sell option. Move your items you want to sell into Tom Nook's blue half-screen and he'll give you a price you can either accept or reject. The sell price will generally be a fourth of the price Tom will sell the item(s) in question for. Tom Nook can also tell you the turnip prices. The aptly named turnip or "stalk market" prices will fluxuate daily, as turnip prices will change twice a day at noon. Asking the price will help you determine when to sell or keep until the next day. Keep in mind that there is no trade on Sunday and that turnips spoil after a week. For more information on The Stalk Market, see "Joan" as well as "The Stalk Market". PTM Points ---------- A new feature in Animal Crossing: Wild World is the Tom Nook Point System. You'll see a small machine in the corner called the Point-Tracking System, or PTM. You'll receive a point for every 100 bells you spend (from in-store purchases or catalog purchases), and on special days (occurring on weekends where an event is not taking place), five points. As your points go up and reach certain levels, the discounts you receive will increase. You will also obtain a rare model item. O=============================================================================O | PTM Point Amount | Model Reward | Discount Reward | O==================o=========================o================================O | 300 Points | Nook's Cranny Model | Store Membership | |------------------+-------------------------+--------------------------------| | 5,000 Points | Nook n' Go Model | 5 Percent Store Discount | |------------------+-------------------------+--------------------------------| | 10,000 Points | Nookway Model | 10 Percent Store Discount | |------------------+-------------------------+--------------------------------| | 20,000 Points | Nookington's Model | 20 Percent Store Discount | O=============================================================================O The store discounts give you that percent discount on everything you buy in the store, which is very valuable. The models are all rare items that you may want to keep in your house, since they help you earn HRA points. This system replaces the raffle ticket system from the original Animal Crossing, and all in all I deem it to be more valuable. Even if none of the items in Tom Nook's shop interests you on the day of a Point Special, remember that increasing your points dramatically will gain you a larger discount as you proceed from Silver to Gold and finally to Platinum Membership. If there are any expensive items in your catalog, the day of a Point Special would be the best day to order them. In fact, the real purpose of the "Point Special" is to give a player an opportunity to improve his/her Membership level with Tom Nook. The dates for the 2008 point sales are: January 5/6 May 31/June 1 November 29/30 February 16/17 June 21/22 December 13/14 March 29/30 June 28/29 December 27/28 April 19/20 October 18/19 The dates of point sales above are announced on the Bulletin Board a couple of days before the point special day. Spotlight Items --------------- Once in a while Tom Nook will have a "spotlight item", which is typically a rare, expensive item. These items are only available to you from the store if they're in the spotlight, so net the items if you can. Although spotlight items can also be found in trees, in the Recycling Bin, in the Lost and Found, after shooting one down with your slingshot, or as a gift from a villager, it may take quite a while before another comes. It is of more importance to buy these items if you are looking to complete a certain series or theme of furniture because each one will contain a spotlight item necessary for its completion. Spotlight items are also found in many sets, although not all of them. The appearance of these items appears to be random. However, there are two factors that will increase the rate at which spotlight items appear in Tom Nook's Shop. The first is your membership level. At the basic store membership level, spotlight items are few and far between. At the highest level (platinum), a spotlight item may appear twice a week and possibly on consecutive days. The second factor appears to be the number of human characters in your town. With one player in town, the appearance of spotlight items is very low, if they appear at all. If there is more than one player in the house, spotlight products may be offered twice a week also. Seasonal Products, Sales, and the Catalog ----------------------------------------- Tom will also have limited-time, seasonal offers that depend on the time of year. He'll get a shipment of special holiday items that won't appear again until that time next year. An example of such is the Festive Tree, which only shows up around Christmas. These items are often useful in attaining a high score from the HRA. Once in a while, Tom Nook will have sales where everything in the store is priced at half off. These may occur at 5, 6, 7, or 8 PM, as determined by the notice Tom will leave on the Message Board. A very important feature of the shop is the personal catalog. This is a list of items you have already purchased or acquired that are not always available to buy in the store. This is also a valuable record of the items you have collected in the game. Some players make it their goal to complete the catalog, a daunting task. You cannot buy some special items from the catalog, but it's very useful if you accidently sold an item you wanted to keep. Anything you order from the catalog will be delivered to your house in the mail the following day in most cases, although deliveries can come in the same day. The catalog shows a rotating view of any furniture item you have come across, providing a very helpful picture of what the item will look like in your house. Note that you cannot order any item from your catalog while you have your gates open. The Missing Sales and Promotional Events Glitch ----------------------------------------------- This glitch, as coined by Myster Mask, is a glitch in which players from towns where there is ONLY ONE character present will never experience sales, point specials, and spotlight items. Although what precisely causes this glitch is unknown, it may be cured by the creation of a second character. The glitch does not effect towns in which there are more than two human characters, or towns in which a second character has been created and later deleted. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 2. Shampoodle: Harriet's Hair Salon (D-200) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Once you have unlocked Nookington's, Tom Nook will have put in a hair salon at the upper-left corner of the first floor. In it, Harriet the poodle will be your hair stylist, offering explosive "make-overs." If you want to change your hair style, she's your ticket. For 3,000 bells, you can talk to her and hop in the chair to get started. She'll ask you a series of questions (similar to the questions Kapp'n had for you at the beginning of the game) that determine both what kind of haircut you'll get and what color your new hair will be. Harriet's Questions ------------------- Q: Harriet: "Hmm. Now tell me, sugar, when do you want your style to REALLY come alive?" A: "Every day." Q: Harriet: "Do you like the sun? How does it make you feel? A: "Warm..." Q: Harriet: "If you were rushing to the salon and someone were to call to you, what would you do?" A: "Grin and say hi!" \==>> The Warm Type [M] A domed hairstyle with longer sideburns. [F] A haircut with a swoop across the forehead and wings to the sides of the head. Q: Harriet: "Hmm. Now tell me, sugar, when do you want your style to REALLY come alive?" A: "Every day." Q: Harriet: "Do you like the sun? How does it make you feel?" A: "Warm..." Q: Harriet: "If you were rushing to the salon and someone were to call to you, what would you do?" A: "Ignore 'em!" \==>> Self-Assured Type [M] Dome-shaped hairstyle with uneven bangs. [F] A slight curve around the forehead and a series of strands of hair down the sides. Q: Harriet: "Hmm. Now tell me, sugar, when do you want your style to REALLY come alive?" A: "Every day." Q: Harriet: "Do you like the sun? How does it make you feel?" A: "Sweaty!" Q: Harriet: "Are clothes important to you?" A: "Oh yeah!" \==>> Trendy Type [M] "The wall" style with a ridge of hair and a smooth edge along the forehead. [F] A bun in the back with the bangs slightly covering one eye. Q: Harriet: "Hmm. Now tell me, sugar, when do you want your style to REALLY come alive?" A: "Every day." Q: Harriet: "Do you like the sun? How does it make you feel?" A: "Sweaty!" Q: Harriet: "Are clothes important to you?" A: "Nah." \==>> Laid-Back Type [M] A dome-shaped hairstyle with a smooth edge along the forehead; a mushroom cut. [F] A haircut with straight bangs. The hair covers the ears somewhat. Q: Harriet: "Hmm. Now tell me, sugar, when do you want your style to REALLY come alive?" A: "Big nights!" Q: Harriet: "I'll bet you're just the toast of every party, aren't you?" A: "Well, duh!" Q: Harriet: "If your ideal hairstyle were a song, what kind of song would it be?" A: "Power ballad." \==>> Approachable Type [M] A curved hairline around the forehead with a cowlick at the back of the head. [F] Longer bangs that cover the ears somewhat. The bangs are longer and are just above the eyes. Q: Harriet: "Hmm. Now tell me, sugar, when do you want your style to REALLY come alive?" A: "Big nights!" Q: Harriet: "I'll bet you're just the toast of every party, aren't you?" A: "Well, duh!" Q: Harriet: "If your ideal hairstyle were a song, what kind of song would it be?" A: "RAWK!" \==>> Fun-Loving Type [M] A haircut parted down the middle; there are no sideburns. [F] A haircut with a wide ponytail down the back and straight bangs. Q: Harriet: "Hmm. Now tell me, sugar, when do you want your style to REALLY come alive?" A: "Big nights!" Q: Harriet: "I'll bet you're just the toast of every party, aren't you?" A: "Unfortunately..." Q: Harriet: "Well, will you tell me a bit about your primping routine?" A: "I'd rather not." \==>> Confident Type [M] A haircut in which the bangs slightly cover one eye. [F] A haircut with two pigtails that go straight out to the sides, not downwards. Reminiscent of Pippi Longstocking. Q: Harriet: "Hmm. Now tell me, sugar, when do you want your style to REALLY come alive?" A: "Big nights!" Q: Harriet: "I'll bet you're just the toast of every party, aren't you?" A: "Unfortunately..." Q: Harriet: "Well, will you tell me a bit about your primping routine?" A: "I'm embarrassed!" \==>> Reserved Type [M] A spiky hairstyle with a smooth edge along the forehead. [F] A hairstyle with pigtails going downwards behind the ears and a bunch of hair in the center sticking straight upwards. Your answer to the question(s) following these will determine what color your hair is. O=============================================================================O | Choice | Color Yielded | Warm or Cool? | O=========================o=========================o=========================| | Mysterious! | Dark Brown | Cool | |-------------------------+-------------------------+-------------------------| | Young! | Blue | Cool | |-------------------------+-------------------------+-------------------------| | Lush! | Green | Cool | |-------------------------+-------------------------+-------------------------| | Radiant! | White | Cool | |-------------------------+-------------------------+-------------------------| | Safe. | Light Brown | Warm | |-------------------------+-------------------------+-------------------------| | Lighthearted | Blonde | Warm | |-------------------------+-------------------------+-------------------------| | Fiery! | Orange/Red | Warm | |-------------------------+-------------------------+-------------------------| | Flirty... | Pink | Warm | O=============================================================================O If you do not like the results of Harriet's work, you cannot get another haircut until the next day. Even if you travel to another town that has access to Shampoodle, Harriet will not let you have another haircut there. Only one player can be in the salon at a time, but if you do have your gates open, all of your visitors will be able to get a make-over in his/her own time. It is also of consequence to note that if you purchase 16 haircuts, Harriet will offer you a haircut from the opposite gender. The results can be explosive. For more information on Harriet, see the section of the same name. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 3. The Able Sisters' Shop (D-300) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= This is the town's clothing store, run by two porcupines: Mabel, a talkative animal who will help you with all of your options here, and Sable, a taciturn animal who does the sewing. The store is open from 8AM to 11PM. Talk to Sable for a consecutive number of days to have her reveal information about herself as your friendship develops. The Able Sisters carry a good selection of both normal and custom clothing, as well as some umbrellas, a hat, and an accessory. You can both buy and sell clothing and related accessories here. The shop is very similar to Tom Nook's in a number of ways. The selection changes every day, items come in probability groups of A, B, or C (which your town is assigned at the beginning of the game), some clothing is seasonal and can only be bought at certain times of the year, and clothing is also assigned a genre grouping as furniture is. The genres for clothing are a little different than that of furniture and are explained under "Clothing." In addition to being your source for pre-made clothing designs, The Able Sisters' Shop gives you the opportunity to design your own clothing patterns, or "textures", as they are commonly referred to. The shop will always have eight designs on display in the center of the store. Free of charge, you can try on a displayed design (which always comes from a town called Treehut, which refers to "Treehouse", the NOA localization team that translated Wild World into English), display one of your own designs you have made, or trade designs with one of these. Designing your own clothing pattern costs 350 bells "for materials." Also note that you cannot design a pattern while your gates are open. Designing a Pattern ------------------- Once you have given your 350 bells to Mabel, the design pallet will come up. There are many options that you can have in creating your own design. One of these is the control type you use. Button control is useful when you want to make a pattern pixel by pixel for a very intricate, precise pattern. Use stylus control for simpler, intuitive designs, or if you want to speed up the process immensely. The other options are listed below. The Grid System: Turn the grid system on or off by selecting the box to the upper-left of the screen. The grid is helpful when going pixel by pixel, while having the grid turned off enables freehand designs and a better look at what your pattern will look like when it is complete. The Paint Cursor: When using button control, a pencil cursor will appear on the design palette. It gives the pixel or pixels that will be affected by what you are doing at the time. The Color Palette: The color palette stretches across the bottom of the design screen. It displays the colors that are available for you to use. There are 16 different pallets you can choose from, each with 15 colors. You may only use one of these pallets per design. If you were to change palettes in the middle of a pattern, the colors you used from the original palette would be changed to the corresponding colors of the new palette. Many of the palettes give a wide range of colors, while one offers a grey-scale. The Tool Palette: The tool palette spans the right side of the screen. It contains many different tools to help you design a pattern effectively. These are: Pen Tools - Located on the upper-left side of the tool palette, the pen tools allow you to choose three different thicknesses ranging from just one pixel or multiple pixels. Shape Tools - To the right of the pen tools are the shape tools. Use them to draw shapes such as circles, squares, or straight and diagonal lines. These shapes will not be filled in, so use the fill tool to fill them in. Fill Tools - Use the fill tool, situated just under the pen and shape tools, to create solid, or "filled in" shapes such as hearts, stars, or a polka dot pattern. The paint bucket may be used to fill in large parts of the grid in one color. Master Fill Tool - Similar to the paint tool, the master fill tool allows you to fill the entire grid with one color. Undo Tool - Use the undo tool to undo any mistake you have just made. It is important to catch mistakes early, as you can only undo the very last step or your last action. Using Designs ------------- By no means are your designs just for shirts and dresses. You can put the pattern almost everywhere, but if you do plan to use a design as clothing, be aware that some patterns work better than others. After you develop a feel for designing patterns, you may want to design one specifically for use as clothing. There are some sites that feature some very original clothing textures. Second, you can also use your design as a hat. You can buy accessories at the Able Sisters', but none of them may appeal to you. Again, some patterns look better than others as hats. Third, you can turn your pattern into a painting. These can be put in your house to showcase your artistic abilities to your visitors. Fourth, you may want to turn your design into a handy umbrella. I'll tell you once more that some designs make better umbrellas than others. The designs will not "wear out" or get damaged in the rain, of course, although they will "disappear" if you choose to hold a tool instead. Fifth, you can spread out your pattern in your house and use it as carpeting. Some of the game's carpets are a little lacking, so use your own instead. The HRA might not like it near as much as flooring or wallpaper of a series or theme, but your pattern can make your house unique and also entertaining. The final way in which a pattern can be used is as a doormat, of sorts. You can plaster your design on a square of the ground. Some players use patterns as mats to make signs, say for Wi-Fi visitors telling them where a giveaway is happening. They are more commonly used in landscaping projects called "worlds". Texture Worlds -------------- Issue 201 of Nintendo Power featured an article by Steven Grimm entitled, "Animal Crossing: Water World?" It featured many snapshots of a "water world" the editors had created by using many environmental patterns placed on the ground. Many gamers have followed suit and created their own worlds. Some texture worlds can be found on the AXA Texture board: http://acforums.megadoomer.com/viewforum.php?f=5 In a later issue, Nintendo Power released a "concrete jungle" world, now called an urban world. Although having a themed world may look very cool and gain you the respect and admiration of the online community, there are some dangers with it. One of these is the disappearing items glitch. This is where items that come down from the sky (such as balloons shot down with the slingshot and items knocked out of trees) disappear. If too many patterns are on the ground, the items will not have an unused plot of land to land on. If an item cannot land within two spaces from it's landing point, it will simply disappear. Thus it is a good idea to keep free spaces around trees where fruit, bell bags, and other items will commonly fall. In making a world, you may wish to create many different textures to form a mosaic of sorts, meaning that you created many pieces of an image to make a bigger one. Because you only have eight spaces free for designs, storing these designs can be a big issue. Many additional characters are created just to hold excess patterns. You can also place extra patterns on the mannequins at the Able Sisters' Shop for a little bit of extra space. Texture Resources ----------------- One very useful tool in making realistic textures is Anicro Desapro, short for Animal Crossing Design Program. Basically, it allows you to take your pictures and convert them into a format that can fit right into either Animal Crossing's or Wild World's design window. Anicro Desapro is available for download at the following URL: http://joshuajamesslone.name/anicrodesapro/downloads/index.html The program is compatible with Animal Crossing Community's pattern generator, and so a user guide has been put together at the following link (split into two lines of text because of the 79 character restriction): http://www.animalcrossingcommunity.com/Topic/3368/1/Official_Anicro_Desapro_ Usage_Guide_Early_Version_ In addition, many texture sites have sprung up to help those who do not wish to create their own designs, but rather use the designs of others. One of the largest is found at Animalxing.com, while Animal Crossing Community has another large database. http://animalxing.com/patternsv3/texintro.php http://www.animalcrossingcommunity.com/patterns.asp =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 4. The Main Gate (D-400) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Found at the northern end of your town, the Main Gate (AKA. Town Gate, Village Chequepoint) is a rather imposing place, lit by flickering torches that reveal a massive "gate". The Main Gate is guarded by officers Copper and Booker (thereby taking the place of the police station in the original Animal Crossing). Copper controls the flow of visitors in and out of town, while Booker is in charge of noting these visitors and controlling the lost and found. Copper, the workmanlike gatekeeper on the right, gives you the option of either visiting other towns ("I wanna go out!") or inviting guests ("Invite guests!"). He is also responsible for the issuing of friend codes to players wishing to connect to Nintendo ("Friend code!"). If you select the option "Where am I?", Copper will give you a detailed description of his duties and the functions of the Main Gate. Copper does neglect to mention the many effects of having your gates open. More information about multiplayer play and these effects can be found under "Communication". The gatekeeper on the left is the disorganized Booker, who is never paying attention to anything, yet is in charge of current events and the lost and found. Talk to Booker to find out about the appearance of any special visitors in town ("What's new?"). In his own rambling fashion, Booker will tell you if any visitors are in town. However, there are two special visitors which Booker will not tell you about. These are the characters of Pascal, Gulliver, and Pete. Booker will have no knowledge of these visitors arriving in town. He will also be unaware of when there are visitors at The Roost. Booker will tell you about Blanca, but only if you haven't talked to her or drawn her a face yet. By selecting "Something lost?", you'll have the opportunity to sift through the contents of the lost and found. You can claim any item you may find in there for yourself. As time goes by, items will gradually accumulate in the lost and found until it is at full capacity. At this point, new "lost" items will begin to replace the old ones. It is a good idea to check the lost and found daily if you should come across a useful item. The "change flag" option allows you to use one of your saved design patterns from the Able Sisters' Shop as the town flag. The default pattern may be exchanged or deleted at your discretion. The creation and uses of patterns is discussed under "The Able Sisters' Shop" above. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 5. The Town Hall (D-500) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= The Town Hall is one of the largest buildings in your town. It houses both the Civic Center and the Post Office in one very cramped area. Both of the two areas found at the counter have so many options associated with them that I decided to give them separate sections. However, there are a few things that you can do at the Town Hall that don't involve either of these. Keep in mind that some of the options at the Post Office and Civic Center aren't available if your gates are open. Behind the counter you will either find Pelly, who works from 7AM until 10 PM, or Phyllis, who works the night shift. Both workers will be on duty if you have guests over. On the right is the Recycling Bin. You may wish to discard unwanted items here so that they may be "recycled" at 6:00AM on Mondays and Thursdays. You can keep any item you find in the recycling bin. You can find a large variety of items that your villagers have dumped in, especially if you search before the emptying times. If you give a villager a furniture item that they put in their house, the old item it displaced may wind up here also. Veteran players may notice the similarity between the recycling bin and the original Animal Crossing's town dump. Did you notice the Message Board on your way in? Here, all the citizens of your town will be able to post notices that everyone can read. Your villagers will post things occasionally, you can write messages to roommates you have, and you'll often find notices that are just a bunch of garbage. Tom Nook uses the Message Board extensively. You'll get notices from his store consistently. You can also see notices about special events and sometimes you'll get a useful weather forecast. The important things is to check the board often to get abreast of the latest news in your town. Messages are deleted when enough messages pile up to overload the board, although it takes a while for anything to be gone. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 6. The Civic Center (D-600) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= The Civic Center is on the left side of the giant desk with the green mat under it. Talk to Pelly during the day or Phyllis during the night shift to find out about the Environment, Town Tunes, Donations, or Moving. The Environment --------------- Phyllis and Pelly will constantly monitor your environment rating in accordance with getting a "perfect" town. Rather than a simple numerical scale, ratings are gauged by comments made by an observer. The default one compares your town to something more than milk, but not quite a milkshake. Based on this rating, the employee will then make a small suggestion as to how you could improve the environment. More information on a perfect town and the ratings that accompany it is found under "Getting a Perfect Town". Town Tunes ---------- Change your signature town tune, the preset music that plays when you talk to villagers and do various other things. Play around with different notes and melodies to get a hang for the system, and then compose your town tune. La-Di- Day is a special event in which you act as a judge. Various villagers will sing out their own town tunes and you select a winner. If you are unhappy with the winning tune, you can come back to the Town Hall the next day to change it. See "Event Descriptions" for more on La-Di-Day and all other events. Donations --------- On choosing this option, you will be told about the plight of the town of Boondox, a "third world" town, if you will, that is in need of donations in the worst possible way. Not only will donating a large sum of money gain you Pelly's admiration, but it will also net you one of the rare feather items. Make your donation by typing out the amount from your available funds on the calculator-type menu. You cannot donate to Boondox while your gates are open. Note: These gifts come attached to a thank you letter. All roommates in a certain town can contribute toward these point plateaus, although only one character will receive the letter containing the feather and thus it may not be wise to contribute jointly. Since there is often difficulty with obtaining each of these items, it is suggested to donate the exact amount of bells for a feather (rather than one huge lump sum), in small incriments if it is needed. O=============================================================================O | If you donate... | You will receive... | O======================================o======================================| | 10,000 Bells | Green Feather | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | 50,000 Bells | Letter w/o Item | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | 100,000 Bells | Letter w/o Item | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | 200,000 Bells | Blue Feather | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | 500,000 Bells | Yellow Feather | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | 800,000 Bells | Red Feather | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | 1,100,000 Bells | Purple Feather | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | 1,400,000 Bells | White Feather | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | 3,200,000 Bells | Letter w/o Item | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | 6,400,000 Bells | Rainbow Feather | O=============================================================================O Moving ------ This option allows you to move your character from your town to another one, but only if you have at least one roommate. Otherwise the created town would be destroyed. Although a useful option if you don't want to start over to move to another town, there are some dangers involved with it in what you can take with you and what things you can't. For more information, see "Communication". =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 7. The Post Office (D-700) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= The Post Office is on the right side of the desk with a red mat under it, also run by the same employee as the Civic Center who is forced to run from spot to spot with your character's movements. Your options include mailing letters, paying your mortgage, accessing your account, and saving a letter. Mail a Letter ------------- This option allows you to mail letters you have written on any stationary you may have to your villagers. Most mail you receive will be delivered to your mailbox by 9AM in the morning by Pete. Other letters may be delivered at other times. More is found under "Animal Interactons". Here you also have the option to reread any letters you want before mailing. Note that to give a villager a present, you must attach the gift before choosing this option. More information on the mail, letter writing, and the glitches associated with doing so is found under "Animal Interactions" and "Obtaining Animal Pics" because sending letters is often associated with the process of getting villager pics. Pay Mortgage ------------ Choose this option to make a mortgage payment to Tom Nook. Every payment you make on your mortgage must be made here; you cannot walk up to Tom Nook and pay him normally. After your existing mortgage is paid off, your character will perform a little dance or song when he/she leaves the Town Hall. When all of the mortgage payments on the final house expansion have been met, this option will not be available any longer. Note that paying your mortgage does not contribute to Tom Nook's expansions. This common misunderstanding probably developed because of an illusory correlation. As you sell things to Tom Nook, you are both earning money to use to pay off the mortgage and contributing towards an expansion. Access Account -------------- As it did in the original Animal Crossing, the Post Office also functions as a bank. When you earn enough money to max out the 99,999 bell limit in the pockets menu, the remainder will be put into money bags that you carry around as normal items. To get around carrying many money bags or having to dump them in your house, save them with this option. Not only does the account enable you to buy a super expensive item when it comes along, but you also receive special gifts when the sum in the account reaches certain levels. Also, the account will earn interest. You will receive a letter from the Post Office detailing the amount of interest your account has made in the last month. In order to gain interest, the money must be invested in the account as of the last day of the month. The interest rate is 0.5%. Note: Time travellers will often donate a small sum of money into the account and change the DS clock to far ahead in the future to attain amazing sums of interest. Besides choking your town with weeds and having many of your old villagers move out, TTers should know that if you travel through the first day of the month in which you receive interest will result in the letter containing your interest to never be received. See "Time Traveling" for more information. The maximum amount of interest a player earns in any given month is 99,999 bells. O=============================================================================O | Attain an Account Balance of... | And you will receive... | O======================================o======================================| | 1,000,000 Bells | Box of Tissues | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | 10,000,000 Bells | Piggy Bank | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | 100,000,000 Bells | Pelly's Pic | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | 500,000,000 Bells | Phyllis's Pic | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | 999,999,999 Bells | Town Hall Model | O=============================================================================O Note that to receive each of these gifts you must not only pass each balance threshold, but you must have that amount of money in your account at Midnight. The letter containing your gift is generated at this time. It is also possible to miss a saving's account gift letter by donating huge lump sums of money, as it is with the Boondox gifts. Always donate in small sums that will not cover two of the plateaus listed above. It is also advisable that you do not double up donations to your savings account. Save a Letter ------------- If you wish to keep mail you have received from your villagers or any other senders, choose this option. Normally the pockets menu only has room for 10 letters. The Post Office has 75 different slots for letters, separated into three divisions of 25 slots apiece. This option has long been used as extra item storage space. Simply store 75 letters with gifts attached to attain more item space. You may wish to write where certain items are located here because you cannot tell which item is attached to a given letter without opening it up in your inventory. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 8. The Museum (D-800) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= The Museum is the center of culture in your town. At the start of the game, it will be completely barren. Blathers, the museum curator, will inform you that you will have to donate everything for the exhibits yourself. It will take a fair bit of time and effort to fill up the museum, seeing as it has been greatly expanded since the original game. It now features an observatory and a cafe, both of which are covered in the next section. Exhibits in the Museum include fish, insects, fossils, and paintings. Only specific items will be accepted under each category. Fish and insects are obviously found outside. You'll have to catch them and donate the specimen to the Museum. It's a good idea to donate the first specimen of whatever species of fish or insect you find to the Museum and then sell the rest to Tom Nook for a tidy profit. Fossils are different. You will be able to unearth three of them on any given day if you consistently find them all, or more if you have gone without looking for consecutive days. Paintings are bought mainly from Redd for amazingly high prices. However, upon donating a painting, Blathers may find it is a forgery. The museum will not accept these forgeries. You'll have to keep looking for that elusive missing painting. Information on completing these collections is available in a number of different parts of the FAQ, including the Master Item List. Blathers will give you a few different options when you bring in a specimen to the Museum. These include donation, checking a fossil, information on the completion of the exhibits, and information about the Museum itself. Donation -------- Blathers will accept donations under any of the four categories summarized above, given that the item hasn't already been donated. Blathers will give you fairly detailed information about any item you donate, or on the completion of a fossilized creature. If you choose this option and give Blathers an unidentified fossil, he will identify it and accept it as a donation to the Museum and will not give you the option to take the fossil back. Of course, if the fossil or any item is a duplicate Blathers will return it to you without fuss. Check a Fossil -------------- In the original Animal Crossing, you had to go through a painstakingly long process of mailing fossils away to a foreign museum to have them identified. Now Blathers is finally able to distinguish fossils, having taken his certification course. The catch is that there aren't as many fossils in Wild World as in the GameCube version to find each day. After identifying the fossil, Blathers will offer to accept it as a donation if a duplicate of the fossil hasn't already been donated. You may choose to donate the fossil or keep it to sell or put in your house. Note that the kind of fossil you receive is determined at the time the fossil is examined. So if you are unhappy with the fossil Blathers identified for you, you can reset the game. If you saved while you had the fossil but had not yet given it to Blathers for identification, you can do so again and receive a different fossil. Exhibits -------- This option shows you a list of all the items donated to the Museum under the four categories with the name of their donor. This serves as a means of identifying which specimens are missing from the Museum so that you can refine your search to complete the collections. Where am I? ----------- Blathers will embark on a long-winded lecture on the Museum's functions for you. He will ask you if you wish to hear more at a point at which you are free to leave. Upon the lecture's completion he will ask you if you have something to donate. It will probably take you an awfully long time to fill up the Museum. Four people will fill it up a lot faster than one. Rather than the player who donated the most items to the museum or the player who donated the final item to make the collections complete, ALL players in town will receive the Museum Model when the exhibits are full, regardless of whether they contributed or not. It is of some consequence to note that Blathers will not accept any donations when your town's gates are open. Therefore, if you are coordinating an exchange with a multiplayer visitor, it is important to know that the item cannot be immediately donated to either player's museum. However, because the "check a fossil" option remains available, player's can check fossils while guests are visiting and trade accordingly. All of the exhibits are under various entery points marked by a red carpet with the exhibit icon. Obviously, there are two enteries that aren't for exhibits. The one going upstairs is for the Observatory, and the one going downstairs is to The Roost. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 9. The Observatory and the Roost (D-900) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= On this second floor of the museum you can design constellations with the help of Celeste, Blathers' sister. If you want to just look at the constellations you or other people have made, select stargazing when you go up to the telescope. To actually create a new one or erase an old constellation, you have to select the constellations option and design one. You simply connect the dots into whatever shape you want. There is a limit on size though. You CANNOT become friends with Celeste by selecting "Your Cute!" over several consecutive days. She will not reveal any information about herself to you. However, Celeste will tell you when your constellations can best be seen, something quite apart from friendship. Obviously that will happen at night. If you travel to other towns, some interesting things can happen with constellations. When you have visitors, only one player may visit the Observatory at a time. Furthermore, you will not have the options to make or delete constellations. The Roost is a small coffee shop run by a reticent bird called Brewster. He will serve coffee to you for a cost of 200 bells. You will be able to have up to two cups a day: one in the morning and one in the evening. You cannot drink coffee while your gates are open. If you talk with Brewster over a consecutive period of days, he will befriend you and talk much more. Every Saturday from 7:30 pm, the talented musician K.K. Slider will stop by for his weekly gig. You can request songs starting at 8:00 pm or just listen to him jam to receive a copy of that song he played. Unlike the first Animal Crossing, in Wild World you DO NOT have to specifically request a certain song to hear it (and thus get the bootleg copy). The game's credits are played while he plays. For more information on K.K., see "K.K. Slider". Other visitors also show up from time to time and you can have some pretty interesting conversations. The times when special characters come to The Roost are below. Harriet will only visit The Roost after you have upgraded to Nookington's. O=============================================================================O | Character | Time of Visit | Day of Visit | O===========o========================================o========================O | Harriet | 11:00pm - 12:00am | Monday-Friday | |-----------+----------------------------------------+------------------------| | Kapp'n | 12:00pm - 1:30pm; 2:30pm - 4:00pm | All Week | |-----------+----------------------------------------+------------------------| | Lyle | 12:00pm - 1:30pm | Sunday | |-----------+----------------------------------------+------------------------| | Pelly | 6:00am - 6:55am | All Week | |-----------+----------------------------------------+------------------------| | Phyllis | 9:00pm - 9:55pm | Sunday-Friday | |-----------+----------------------------------------+------------------------| | Resetti | 2:30pm - 4:00pm | Sunday | |-----------+----------------------------------------+------------------------| | Rover | 12:00pm - 1:30pm; 2:30pm - 4:00pm | All Week | O=============================================================================O More information about each character's visit can be found under various subsections of "Characters". Note that while each character visits, special visitors will not appear in your town. _ __ __ _ | |========\ \===================================================/ /========| | | | E. \ \ Around Town Activities / / (TWNAC) | | |_|==========\/=================================================\/==========|_| Where the previous section dealt with what you could do inside, this section deals with what you can the activities you can engage in outside. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 1. The Wild World Environment (E-100) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= This section deals with the construction of your town, how a town is generated, where trees and flowers may grow, and how the town changes over time (either by seasonal variations or the flow of villagers in and out of the town). It will rely extensively on the idea of an acre system, which was observable in the first Animal Crossing. In Wild World the acre system still exists, but it is much harder to detect as the screen no longer shifts as you enter another acre. The Acre System and Town Generation ----------------------------------- In Wild World, each town is divided into 16 acres, 4 across and 4 down. The acres each contain 256 places (16x16) where it is possible to plant a sapling or flower (or a spot in which you can dig a hole with the shovel). There are various places where you cannot plant a tree or flower. These are areas that are taken up by concrete, sign posts, rocks, houses and other buildings, or by water. o------------------+-------------------+-------------------+------------------o | Acre A1 | Acre A2 | Acre A3 | Acre A4 | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |------------------+-------------------+-------------------+------------------| | Acre B1 | Acre B2 | Acre B3 | Acre B4 | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |------------------+-------------------+-------------------+------------------| | Acre C1 | Acre C2 | Acre C3 | Acre C4 | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |------------------+-------------------+-------------------+------------------| | Acre D1 | Acre D2 | Acre D3 | Acre D4 | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | o------------------+-------------------+-------------------+------------------o The acres, represented by the above diagram, are used in determining Perfect Town rating (covered in the next section) and also to define where types of trees may grow. Regular deciduous trees can grow in any acre. Cedar trees may only grow in the northern 8 acres of town (A1-B4). Coconut palms can only grow in the ocean (most southerly) acres (D1-D4). Although there are 109 different acres that may be generated, there are some features that must be in all towns. These include: - The northern acres (A1-A4) are known as the border acres, because on the northern end of them is the town boundary. In the middle of these acres is a Town Gate, or Barrier. Three different gate acres can be generated, each with a different color town gate. - One acre must contain your home. There are three possible variations of this acre, which are differentiated most noticeably by the shape of the pavement the house sits on. As previously noted, the location of your house is determined by your answer to a question posed to you by Kapp'n. - The Museum sits in one of three possible acre types, given by the location of a rock or where a pond lies. - One acre features the shopping: Tom Nook's and the Able Sisters'. There are three variations here, detailed by a difference in a rock location and the existence of a pond. - The Town Hall must be present in one of three different acres. - There are six possible pure grass acres. Each of these has two possible villager houses. If a villager moves in, the trees in these acres where the house was will be chopped down, causing the trees in the acre to decrease in number. - Each town has a waterfall with a river that may flow out of it in four differing directions. - The southern acres (D1-D4) are ocean acres. There are twenty-eight different acres possible here. The river must drain into one of these. - Each town must have a river extending from the northern waterfall acre to the ocean outlet acre. 32 possible river acres have curving river sections, 24 possible acres have the river flowing "straight", and 10 possible "T"-shaped acres in which the river divides. Each T-shaped acre must have an animal house in it. A look at what just about all of these posssible acres look like has been provided by CalicoLemon, who produced almost all of these layout variations with the help of AiboHack. Unfortunately, the pictures have been lost, but more information could possibly be found on the AXA Animal Crossing: Wild World Research board: http://acforums.megadoomer.com/viewforum.php?f=8 Tree Growth ----------- The acre restriction on cedar trees and coconut palms is not the only general rule for tree growth. All trees will only grow in open spots that are not directly adjacent to a filled spot (eg. rocks, signposts, water, bridges, other trees, growing flower spots, buildings, and cliffs). There are some specific spots where a tree will not grow period. This is due to the fact that villagers must have some preset spots in which they can walk around. Each acre may have a maximum of 24 trees. If you were to divide an acre by 4, you would find another restriction: each quarter-acre may only have a maximum of 6 trees. There are several types of trees that you may wish to grow. The first is the standard deciduous tree (in which you may find one of two random furniture items each day, a bees nest, or a bell bag if you were to shake the tree). The second type is cedar (coniferous) trees that are similar to standard trees. Each of these types may be grown with saplings found in Tom Nook's shop. The third type is fruit-bearing deciduous trees. Each tree can hold three pieces of fruit (each town has one "native fruit"; all other fruit types will have to be acquired). After picking, I believe the fruit regenerates after two days. To grow these trees, dig a whole and plant a piece of fruit. The fourth type is coconut palms. Each coconut palm will have two coconuts. I believe they regenerate as other fruit trees do. Get one of these by planting a coconut. The final type is money (or bell) trees, which will grow after you have planted a bag of bells in the ground. Once you have planted a sapling, there is nothing you can do to destroy it. Trying to trample it will not stop its growth, and watering it will have no effect. The only condition under which a sapling will not grow is if it is planted in an undesirable location. To get rid of saplings, simply dig them up with a shovel. Saplings will take four days to grow into mature trees. To get rid of a mature tree, chop it down with the axe and then remove the stump with a shovel. Some players have an odd liking for stumps, but this is just a personal preference. New trees will always grow in the spot of a preexisting tree. So if you wish to grow say, a fruit tree, a coconut palm, or a money tree, one way to make sure it grows is to chop down an old tree and plant the new one in its spot. The downside of this method is that, although it will guarantee the growth of a money tree, the tree will not necessarily yield money. Money Trees ----------- "Money doesn't grow on trees!" It might not in the real world, but in Wild World it will. In order for a money tree to grow, you will first need the golden shovel. To obtain it, bury a regular shovel with a second regular shovel. Upearth it at anytime after 6am the next day and it will have turned golden. Next, dig a hole and bury any type of bell bag. The money tree has a better chance of growing if the amount of money you donated was large. For example, while 1,000 bells has just a 1% chance of bearing money fruit, if you bury 30,000 bells, there is a 30% chance that a money tree will grow. If a money tree does grow, it will always yield three bags of 30,000 bells each. After you have shaken the bell bags down, the money will never regenerate as regular fruit or coconut palm trees will. There are a number of myths regarding money trees, including one stating that bell trees take more time to grow than other trees. This is untrue. All trees, including money trees, take four days to mature. Flower Growth ------------- To grow flowers, plant seed bags that can be purchased at Tom Nook's shop. If you do not wish to buy flowers, know that three to six flowers will randomly spawn everyday at 6am in your town. Unfortunately, a similar number of flowers will wilt (given by a brownish color) at the same time. Wilting flowers are fragile. If you attempt to pick one, it will disintegrate in your fingers. To save wilting flowers, water them just once with your watering can. If you water wilting black roses with the golden can, you will get special golden roses that will never wilt. However, they may be trampled just like regular flowers. Note that any precipitation (rain or snow) will automatically water all of your whithering flowers (and planted red turnips). One of your villagers may be seen watering flowers. Although I'm not entirely sure, I would say that this watering will not revitalize dying flowers. Plants other than flowers can also appear in your town. Dandelions, dandelion puffs, and clovers will appear randomly in town from late February into early December. Dandelions will not remain dandelions for long. They will turn into dandelion puffs, as if you had blown on one, scattering the seeds. Clovers often act as whithering flowers do. They will often disintegrate if you attempt to pick one. If you pick a clover and it doesn't disappear, you have found the rare four-leaf clover, an item that you can wear in your hair. Although walking over flowers, dandelions, and dandelion puffs will not do anything to them, running over them may trample them and cause them to disappear. Of course, healthy flowers are a bit more resistant to trampling than whithering flowers. To the disdain of many players, weeds will also appear in your town. Each day, three weeds will appear in your town. This is one of the great consequences of time traveling long distances: your town will be choked with weeds and it may take hours to pick them all. Another problem often encountered by time travelers is rafflesia, which is generated when your town has enough weeds. Rafflesia is a giant red flower that resists being picked or dug up. The only way to get rid of it is to pull all of the weeds up in one of your town's acres. Popular belief states that you have to pick every weed in your town. This is a fabrication. Hybrid Flowers -------------- Any of the six flowers that spawn in your town daily may be wild or the byproduct of "parent" flowers. This realization has led to the art of flower hybridization. By placing specific flowers in strategic locations, you are able to get exactly the color or type of flower you want, including new and rare breeds of flower that are only available through breeding. Before you leap into the hybrid business, you should know that it is a very indefinite science. If conditions aren't exactly right, odds are that you will not obtain a hybrid. To get two flowers to spawn, you need to arrange the flowers together. Two basic methods are provided by Animalxing.com and shown below. o---------------------------------------o In this plot, notice the possible | Spawn | Spawn | Spawn | N/A | spawn locations, given by "Spawn". | | | | | The parent flowers, marked by |---------+---------+---------+---------| "Parent" can only create hybrid | Spawn | Parent | Spawn | Spawn | flowers in those locations, and only | | | | | if those locations are not taken up |---------+---------+---------+---------| by obstructions. A hybrid may grow | Spawn | Spawn | Parent | Spawn | in any of the possible spawn | | | | | locations shown here, but not in all |---------+---------+---------+---------| of them. | N/A | Spawn | Spawn | Spawn | | | | | | o---------------------------------------o In this second plot, the parent o---------------------------------------o flowers are placed side by side. | Spawn | Spawn | Spawn | Spawn | This arrangement gives less spawn | | | | | locations, but is more useful in |---------+---------+---------+---------| tighter places or where having a spot | Spawn | Parent | Parent | Spawn | where a hybrid will not possibly grow | | | | | is an issue. Again, the possible |---------+---------+---------+---------| spawn locations are only valid if | Spawn | Spawn | Spawn | Spawn | they are free spaces. | | | | | o---------------------------------------o In order to produce a hybrid, the two parent flowers in the diagram above must be of the same type (two tulips, two pansies, or two roses). To increase the chance of hybridization maximize the number of spots the parent flowers may touch. The parent flowers must be in spaces adgacent to each other, but note that arranging them diagonally yields more possible spawn locations. Make sure to eliminate those parent flowers that will never spawn a hyrid together. Don't plant flowers of the types not listed in the chart below together because they will not work and will just take up space. The gardening villager mentioned above may also become a problem. If several flowers are generated around the villager's house (as is bound to happen), just pick up the flowers and move them so that the potential for hybrids is higher. Thus the generated flowers your town gets will be hybrids, rather than wild flowers. Note that by no means do you need a perfect town to produce hybrids. Hybrids can be produced in towns with the worst environment rating, although the abundance of weeds may make it difficult. The advantage of having a perfect town rating would be that you have the golden can at your disposal. It can be used to water whithering roses to attain the rare gold rose hybrid. When you have a perfect town, a plant called a Jacob's Ladder will appear. It has been stated that placing these near your hybridization plots will increase the likelihood of producing hybrids. The rates reported may purely be coincidence, however. Once you have produced hybrid flowers, you can easily get more of the same type by breeding them together. In this way you can make a lot of money. Certain hybrids are highly valued in the online community. Below is the breeding chart. Be sure to check which parent flowers will spawn what. O=============================================================================O | Flowers Crossed (Parents) | Possible Flowers Produced | O=====================================o=======================================O | Red Rose and Red Rose | Red Rose, Black Rose | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Red Rose and White Rose | Red Rose, White Rose, Pink Rose | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Red Rose and Yellow Rose | Red Rose, Yellow Rose, Orange Rose | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | White Rose and White Rose | White Rose, Purple Rose | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | White Rose and Yellow Rose | White Rose, Yellow Rose | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Yellow Rose and Yellow Rose | Yellow Rose | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Black Rose and Purple Rose | Black Rose, Purple Rose, Blue Rose | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Black Rose watered w/ Golden Can | Golden Rose | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Red Tulip and Red Tulip | Red Tulip, Black Tulip | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Red Tulip and White Tulip | Red Tulip, White Tulip, Pink Tulip | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Red Tulip and Yellow Tulip | Red Tulip, Yellow Tulip, Purple Tulip | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | White Tulip and White Tulip | White Tulip | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | White Tulip and Yellow Tulip | White Tulip, Yellow Tulip | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Yellow Tulip and Yellow Tulip | Yellow Tulip, Black Tulip | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Red Pansy and Red Pansy | Red Pansy, Purple Pansy | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Red Pansy and White Pansy | Red Pansy, White Pansy | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Red Pansy and Yellow Pansy | Red Pansy, Yellow Pansy, Orange Pansy | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | White Pansy and White Pansy | White Pansy, Blue Pansy | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | White Pansy and Yellow Pansy | White Pansy, Yellow Pansy | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Yellow Pansy and Yellow Pansy | Yellow Pansy | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Red Cosmo and Red Cosmo | Red Cosmo, Black Cosmo | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Red Cosmo and White Cosmo | Red Cosmo, White Cosmo, Pink Cosmo | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Red Cosmo and Sun Cosmo | Red Cosmo, Sun Cosmo, Orange Cosmo | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | White Cosmo and White Cosmo | White Cosmo | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | White Cosmo and Sun Cosmo | White Cosmo and Sun Cosmo | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Yellow Cosmo and Sun Cosmo | Sun Cosmo | O=============================================================================O Seasonal Effects ---------------- The time of year is very important in Wild World. First of all, most bugs and fish can only be caught at certain times of the year. Clothing products are seasonal, as are some special furniture items. Furthermore, the environment changes with the season in very obvious ways. During the summer months during late July and August, your player can develop a tan if you are in the sunlight. The tan fades if you play while holding an umbrella, while inside, during the night, not for a day or more, or outisde the required times for a tan. From December 11th to February 24th, the ground will be covered in snow. This time is also when snowballs appear, enabling you to make a snowman. To make a snowman, you have to push two snowballs together. For the snowman to be happy with its figure and be motivated to give you a gift from the Snowman Series, the snowballs must be certain sizes. The first snowball must be larger than the second snowball, which will become the head. Rolling the snowball through the snow will make it bigger, while rolling it in the dirt will make it smaller. After your snowman is formed, talk to it and it will tell you a message. If it seems happy, you've created the snowman correctly and you will receive an item. You can make one snowman per day in this period. Snowballs regenerate daily at 6am. If you happen to destroy or lose one of the snowballs, just go inside a building and it will regenerate in another part of town. You can make a snomwan almost anywhere where there is a free acre, and even on top of patterns and flowers (which will be destroyed by the snowman). However, if you make the snowman too close to a building, it will disappear when you enter a building. After the snowman is created, it will stay in your town for three or four days. After you talk to the snowman and he is happy with his figure, you'll receieve your gift in the mail at 9am if you made the snowman during the day, and at 5pm if you made the snowman at night. You will always receive a new snowman item until your catalog's collection of snowman items is full. There have been a few reports of receiving duplicates before this, but it seems that in general this is the way it works. The Weather ----------- The weather is very important because it will help to determine which bugs and fish will appear and at what rate. If you have a TV, the Weather Program will come on and show you what the weather will be like for the next day. Below is the complete "TV Guide", if you will, which tells you on what dates and at what times different shows will come on. O=============================================================================O | Time | Day(s) of the Week | Program | O==========o======================================o===========================O | 6:00am | Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun | News | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 6:45am | Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun | Weather Forecast | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 7:00am | Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat | News | | | Sun | Cartoons | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 7:45am | Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat | Weather Forecast | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 8:00am | Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri | Drama | | | Sat | Variety | | | Sun | Environment | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 8:30am | Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri | Environment | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 9:00am | Sat | Environment | | | Sun | Gameshow | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 10:00am | Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat | Cartoons | | | Sun | Variety | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 11:00am | Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun | News | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 11:45am | Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun | Weather Forecast | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 12:00pm | Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat | Variety | | | Sun | Cartoons | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 1:00pm | Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri | Drama | | | Sun | Sports | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 1:30pm | Mon Wed Thurs | Variety | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 2:00pm | Sat | Environment | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 3:00pm | Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri | Environment | | | Sat | Sports | | | Sun | Gameshow | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 4:00pm | Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri | Cartoons | | | Sun | Environment | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 5:00pm | Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun | Variety | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 6:00pm | Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun | News | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 6:45pm | Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun | Weather Forecast | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 7:00pm | Mon Thurs | Variety | | | Tues Fri Sun | Sports | | | Wed | Cartoons | | | Sat | Gameshow | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 8:00pm | Mon | Gameshow | | | Wed | Music Show | | | Thurs | Environment | | | Sat | Variety | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 9:00pm | Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri | Drama | | | Sat Sun | Movie | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 10:00pm | Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri | News | | 10:45pm | Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun | Weather Forecast | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 11:00pm | Mon Thurs | Variety | | | Tues | Environment | | | Wed Fri | Gameshow | | | Sat Sun | News | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 12:00am | Tues Fri | Variety | | | Wed | Environment | | | Sat | Music Show | |----------+--------------------------------------+---------------------------| | 1:00am | Tues Sat | Movie | | | Wed | Music Show | | | Thurs | Sports | | | Fri | Environment | O=============================================================================O Credit for these listings goes to Liquefy. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 2. Getting a Perfect Town (E-200) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= In order to get a perfect town, you must first understand the acre system described in the last section and also how the town rating system works. By selecting "Environment" at the Civic Center, Pelly or Phyllis will monitor your town's environment rating. These ratings determine at what level your town is functioning. There are a few possible ratings: horrible, bad, average, good, and perfect. I often use the analogy of a journey to an unknown city when explaining the perfect town. These rating systems can be compared to roadsigns. They tell you where you are, and where you must go to get a perfect town, and thus the Golden Can. Horrible Messages: Pelly- "Ugh! This place is the worst! Seriously, what's up with this town?! Here, there, everywhere! Everything I see looks terrible!" Phyllis- "This town is the worst! What's up with this place?! It stinks like feet! Feet that someone barfed on and tucked away in a locker for two months!!" Bad Messages: Pelly- "It feels odd to write this but... can't you take better care of our town?" Phyllis- "I don't know if I should write this or not but... This town could look a lot better, because... it couldn't look any worse..." Average Messages: Pelly- "Hmm... Well, it's not passing, but it's not failing either. Like, more than milk, but not quite a milk shake, know what I mean?!" Phyllis- "It's not perfect, but it doesn't stink. It's like bologna." Good Messages: Pelly- "[Town] is a clean and decent place. But it feels like something's missing." Phyllis- "It's a hip place, but something's missing. Don't know what." Perfect Messages: Pelly- "[Town] is a great place to be! It's really come a long way!" Phyllis- "It's just incredible! [Town] has been absolutely mind-blowing!" After giving you the rating, Pelly or Phyllis will then offer you some advice about what you have to do to attain a perfect town. These can be seen as the warning and regulation signs on the highway towards that perfect town. Get Rid of Rafflesia: Pelly- I know what this is about! Those stinky flowers that are growing! You really need to stay on top of those if you want to keep them at bay! Phyllis- You know, I'll bet that gross flower is the problem. You really have to work every day to prevent things like that from popping up. Pick Weeds: Pelly- Hmm. Maybe we need to get rid of some weeds? It certainly couldn't hurt... Phyllis- This has to be because there are too many weeds. I'm pretty sure about that. Get Rid of Trash: Pelly- Well, I think the problem is all the garbage... Phyllis- This is definitely about all the garbage scattered around... Pew! Pick Up Items: Pelly- Hmm... I'll bet the problem is there's too much stuff on the ground... Phyllis- I bet there's too much stuff lying all over the place. Remove Trees: Pelly- Hm, I'll bet the problem is that there are too many trees... Phyllis- This must be because there are too many trees... (Well, maybe, anyway.) Add Trees/Flowers: Pelly- You know, I think if we added some green, it would really help... Phyllis- This has got to be because of the trees! (We need more of 'em!) Plant Flowers: Pelly- Everyone needs to work together if [town] is to be the best town around! Phyllis- Well, a livable town is definitely better than one that's hard to live in. Perfect Town: Pelly- Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could keep [Town] this livable forever?! Phyllis- If you were to ask me how long this'll continue, well, I'd be skeptical. Golden Can Given: Pelly- In a town as lovely as [Town], working doesn't even feel like work! Phyllis- Well, it might be nice to live in a town like this... (Ugh... did I say that?) The above ratings and suggestions are determined by the number of trees, flowers, and weeds in your acres. To get a horrible rating, every acre in the town must adhere to the following counts: O=============================================================================O | Tree Count | Flower Count | Weed Count | O==========================o==========================o=======================O | 0 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 4 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 1 Tree | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 6 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 2 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 8 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 3 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 10 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 4 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 12 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 5 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 14 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 6 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 16 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 7 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 18 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 8 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 20 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 9 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 22 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 10 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 24 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 11 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 26 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 12 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 28 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 13 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 28 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 14 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 28 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 15 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 28 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 16 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 26 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 17 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 24 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 18 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 22 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 19 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 20 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 20 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 18 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 21 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 16 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 22 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 14 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 23 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 12 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 24 Trees | Maximum of 2 Flowers | Minimum of 10 Weeds | O=============================================================================O To obtain a bad rating, all of your acres must not meet the requirements of the next level, and all of them must not fall under horrible counts. To get an average rating, every acre must meet the requirements below. O=============================================================================O | Tree Count | Flower Count | Weed Count | O==========================o==========================o=======================O | 0 Trees | Minimum of 6 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 1 Tree | Minimum of 4 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | Minimum of 2 Trees | Minimum of 0 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | O=============================================================================O To attain a decent ranking, every acre in your town must meet the following requirements. O=============================================================================O | Tree Count | Flower Count | Weed Count | O==========================o==========================o=======================O | 0 Trees | Minimum of 21 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 1 Tree | Minimum of 19 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 2 Trees | Minimum of 17 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 3 Trees | Minimum of 15 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 4 Trees | Minimum of 13 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 5 Trees | Minimum of 11 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 6 Trees | Minimum of 9 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 7 Trees | Minimum of 7 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 8 Trees | Minimum of 5 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 9 Trees | Minimum of 3 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 10 Trees | Minimum of 0 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 11 Trees | Minimum of 0 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 12 Trees | Minimum of 0 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 13 Trees | Minimum of 0 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 14 Trees | Minimum of 0 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 15 Trees | Minimum of 0 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 16 Trees | Minimum of 0 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 17 Trees | Minimum of 0 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 18 Trees | Minimum of 3 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 19 Trees | Minimum of 5 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 20 Trees | Minimum of 7 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 21 Trees | Minimum of 9 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 22 Trees | Minimum of 11 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 23 Trees | Minimum of 13 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 24 Trees | Minimum of 15 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | O=============================================================================O For a perfect rating, at least half (8 out of 16) of your acres must meet the next set of requirements. Any acre that does not meet perfect requirements must meet the decent requirements above and no lower. O=============================================================================O | Tree Count | Flower Count | Weed Count | O==========================o==========================o=======================O | 0 Trees | Minimum of 27 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 1 Tree | Minimum of 25 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 2 Trees | Minimum of 23 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 3 Trees | Minimum of 21 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 4 Trees | Minimum of 19 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 5 Trees | Minimum of 17 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 6 Trees | Minimum of 15 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 7 Trees | Minimum of 13 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 8 Trees | Minimum of 11 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 9 Trees | Minimum of 9 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 10 Trees | Minimum of 7 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 11 Trees | Minimum of 5 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 12 Trees | Minimum of 3 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 13 Trees | Minimum of 3 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 14 Trees | Minimum of 3 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 15 Trees | Minimum of 3 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 16 Trees | Minimum of 5 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 17 Trees | Minimum of 7 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 18 Trees | Minimum of 9 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 19 Trees | Minimum of 11 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 20 Trees | Minimum of 13 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 21 Trees | Minimum of 15 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 22 Trees | Minimum of 17 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 23 Trees | Minimum of 19 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | |--------------------------+--------------------------+-----------------------| | 24 Trees | Minimum of 21 Flowers | Maximum of 2 Weeds | O=============================================================================O In observing these counts, you should be aware of the following things: - Patterns placed on the ground do not figure into the count. - If any acre contains more than two weeds, that acre's status will go down one rating. So, for a perfect town each acre must have a maximum of two weeds. However, note that weeds and flowers in equal numbers will cancel each other out. - In a perfect town, each acre may have only two dropped items on the ground before that acre's status decreases. Dropped items count either when on the ground or buried in the earth. Fruit, acorns, and shells do not count as dropped items. Flowers will cancel out dropped items in a one to one ratio. Note: When a villager moves into your town, the addition of his/her house will result in the forced removal of any trees and flowers that were growing there. Any displaced items on the ground will be sent to the lost and found. A problem arises when the house appears in a spot where an item has been buried. The buried item remains in the ground, counting as a dropped item that hampers your perfect town status. To remove the offending buried item, you must wait until the villager moves away before you are able to dig it up. If Tom Nook's store expands over a buried item, it will be permanently stuck there. Do not bury items to close to a Tom Nook's Shop that has yet to reach its final upgrade (Nookington's) or near your house if it has not yet been fully upgraded (mansion status). Since villager's tend to move in around the location of signposts, do not bury items near them either. - In a town with any rating other than perfect, the amount of trees in each acre determines how many dropped items you may have before the rating goes down. Any acre with a tree count between 12 and 15 may have up to seven dropped items. An acre with a tree count at 11 or 16 can have five dropped items. Finally, any acre with a tree count at 10 or 17 can have three dropped items. - Any planted, growing sapling will count as a tree. - Dead (whithering) saplings do not count toward or against anything. - Stumps of trees also do not count for or against you. - Jacob's Ladders, which appear when the perfect town rating is attained, count as flowers. Wilting Jacob's Ladders do not go for or against you. - Dandelions figure in as flowers. - Dandelion puffs, four-leaf clovers, and regular clovers do not count for or against you. Once you have achieved a perfect town by following the above, you must maintain the perfect rating for a full fifteen days. In this period, be sure to monitor all of your wilting flowers to make sure they are watered. Make sure the Jacob's Ladders that appear when your town is in this state will not interfere with your perfect flower count. Also, scourge your town for weeds and do not allow more than two. If all goes well, you will be presented with the Golden Can on the sixteenth day. Congrats on reaching your destination. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 3. Fishing (E-300) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Fishing, I find, is a very enjoyable as well as a profitable activity. All you need to fish is the Fishing Rod, available at Tom Nook's Shop for just 500 bells. It will be a worthy investment. The Basics of Fishing --------------------- Fish are the black shapes (shadows) you'll see swimming around in all sorts of water in town. Walk, not run, to the water as not to scare the fish away. Cast your line using the A Button or with the stylus. Depending on your distance from the water, the direction you are facing, and the direction of the current, your lure will go in one of many directions. Experiment a bit to see how the lure will work in different situations and how fish will respond to it. Note that unlike the original Animal Crossing, where your lure floated back towards you if you cast off in the ocean, in Wild World the lure will more realistically float out and away from you. The fish have to see your lure to bite, so make sure your lure is in a good spot for the fish. Soon, a fish will spot the lure, swim over, and start to nip at your bait. Some fish will do this for longer than others and some are a lot harder to catch. Rare fish or larger fish are not necessarily harder to catch than more common, smaller varieties. Wait until your lure goes underwater and a tiny sound is heard before you reel it in by pressing the A Button or touching the Touch Screen. One touch of the button will be enough. Often it is more helpful to listen for the distinct sound of the lure going under rather than watching the screen because fish can be deceptive. If you are looking for a peak time to fish, fish while it is raining or snowing. Rare fish tend to appear at a higher rate during this time, although fish are still seasonal. Note that wearing any type of facial accessory, including a four-leaf clover, will not increase your chances of catching a rare fish. Once you have reeled in the fish, your characterwill make some pitiful attempt at a joke or a pun and put it in his/her pocket. Walking around with a fish in your pocket must not be particularly enjoyable, but whatever floats your boat, I guess. Not all of the things you reel in will be fish. You will often catch garbage, such as rubber boots, tin cans, and even a tire. There is no way to tell if your prey will be rubbish or a valuable fish, although the tire is of course bigger than the tin can and the rubber boot. Rather than dumping the garbage around your town, "sell" it to Tom Nook. Tom won't pay you anything for your garbage, but he will offer to dispose of the item for you. Once you have caught all the fish in the game, you will be rewarded with the Golden Rod, which basically cuts "reel-in" time in half. For a helpful index of all fish, including where they are found, at what times they can be caught, and their size, see "Fish" in the Master Item List. A Legendary Fish ---------------- Most fish are fairly straight forward to catch. The one fish that may pose a problem is the Coelcanth. It is found in the ocean, but only under rainy or snowy conditions. Although it is described as "a living legend", the Coelcanth isn't particularly large. Sea Bass are as large, and will most likely be frustrating to you because they appear so often. Donate or Sell? --------------- One question many gamers have is if they should sell or donate new fish they have caught. There is no right or wrong way to play the game, but I suggest donating the first of many new type of fish to the museum to further its completion, and then selling all subsequent fish. Fish will haul in a hefty price in comparison with insects and are in general much easier to catch, and so are a better activity to engage in for cash. If you do decide to sell a fish to the museum, it may be difficult to view. Make sure to use the X Button to adjust the camera to view fish from the best possible angle. When a fish is in your iventory, you can select the option to "show it off". You will hold the fish up, giving you a good look at it. Any villager in the vacinity will clap (both when you have just caught the fish and when you are showing it off). The fish menu, accessible by pressing the Y Button and selecting the fish icon, is another good place to view fish. Data about any fish you have caught will show up here. It is very useful if you want more information about when and where a rare or expensive fish will appear again. Alternatively, you can keep fish to display in your house, or even give the fish to a villager. Both goldfish types will appear in easy to see bowls in your house, making them good pets. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 4. Bug Catching (E-400) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Catching insects is yet another activity similar to fishing. Apart from being another exhibit at the Museum, bug catching yields it own rewards. After you catch all of the bugs, you will be rewarded with the Golden Net, which is twice the size of the regular net. However, getting the Golden Net should prove far more difficult than obtaining the Golden Fishing Rod legitimately. Bugs are found in a diverse number of ways, are scared off easily, and in general are much more difficult to catch than fish. Basic Bug Catching ------------------ To catch bugs, you must swing your net around and catch the insect in it. Many bugs are found on trees. To obtain these bugs, creep up to the tree and swing. Butterflies and dragonflies are found in the sky, flying around at varying rates of speed. To get these, you must run furiously and act quickly to get it before it leaves the screen. More bugs are commonly found on different types of flowers or waste. Just walk up to these bugs and swipe them. Problem Bugs ------------ There are many bugs that require specific strategies to net them. Here I will list the most common insects that would-be insect hunters run into trouble with. Mole Cricket: When you hear a buzzing sound and can see no discernable cause in any of the trees nearby, odds are you are dealing with a pesky mole cricket. These critters are underground, and require you to use your shovel to dig them up. Follow the sound of the cricket, paying particular attention to where it is loudest and where it fades. Dig in the general location where it is loudest and eventually you should find it. When you do, quickly swap the shovel for your net and catch it before it leaves the screen. If it escapes from your field of view, you will not be able to catch it. Pill Bug: The pill bug is found under rocks. To obtain it, use your shovel to bang on the rocks in your town. During its proper time, a pill bug may be unearthed. Bring out your net and catch it. You should have plenty of time to do so, seeing as the Pill Bug is relatively slow moving. Scorpion: The scorpion is fairly rare, but it may be found just on the ground. If it notices you, it will chase you around. Evade it by stepping into a building if you have to, because if you are caught you will black out and wake up in your house. When the scorpion is motionless at first is the best time to catch it. Sneak up behind it and try to catch it in your net. If the scorpion does end up chasing you, run far ahead, equip your net, turn around swiftly, and swing. Scorpions make a rattling sound that tells you if they are near. Tarantula: See the above scorpion strategy. A tarantula may jump at you, but it is more commonly found on the ground. It makes a slightly different sound than the scorpion when chasing you. Dung Beetle: These bugs are found near snowballs in the winter months. If you spot a moving snowball, then you know that a dung beetle is pushing it along. Just use the net to knudge the snowball away and reveal the bug. It seems that dung beetles prefer to roll snowballs toward bodies of water, but this is just speculation. Bee: Many players shake trees for the bags of 100 bells or the possible furniture items in their branches. Beware, because you may disturb a beehive. When the bees come charging out of the hive at you, you may either avoid getting stung (and therefore having to use a bottle of medicine or saving the game, powering off, and continuing to heal) by running into a nearby building, or you can catch one and render every bee incapable of harming you. To do the latter, run directly away from the beehive. When you are far enough away and in an open area. Bring up your inventory and rest the cursor on your net. The bees will begin to circle around your head. When you see the circle widen slightly, that's your cue to drop the inventory and swing as quickly as possible. Flea: Fleas may infest neighbors when they use "itchy" as a catchphrase or remark about how uncomfortable they are. Fleas can be seen leaping about a villager when you speak to them. What makes catching a flea hard is that you are just as likely to talk to the villager instead of using your net to catch the bug. To avoid this, try to stand as far back as you can within range of your net. Many bugs are not available if your gates are opened or when it is raining. This information is located in the Master Item List. Note that unlike other bugs, snails are more likely to appear when it is raining. For information on where to find bugs, the times at which they appear, and information on their sizes, see "Insects" in the Master Item List. Each time you catch an insect, its data will be added to the Insect Menu. Reach this menu by selecting it from your inventory. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 5. Treasure from Above and Below (E-500) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Occasionally you'll see a little indendation in the ground that looks like a little star. When you dig in that spot with a shovel, you will usually find either a fossil, a gyroid, or a pitfall seed. Fossils ------- Fossils are little blue disc-shaped objects. In this unidentified state, they are worth nothing. After you have Blathers identify the fossil, they become worth a lot more. Identified fossils can be regular or skeleton fossils. Skeletons sell for a lot more than the regular variety, but both are equally important to completing the fossil exhibit in the Museum. Each skeleton fossil comes in a few pieces that are fitted together to create the exhibit. When each skeleton or stand alone fossil is donated and complete, Blathers will embark on a long-winded explanation about the specimen. All of these explanations are summarized below, including each specimen's length and time period (eg. Late Cretaceous). Fossil Descriptions ------------------- Below are the names, lengths and time periods (where applicable), and the explanation Blathers gives for each of the fossils in the game. I am missing a few explanations. Anyone who wishes to contribute can drop me an e-mail at the address listed at the beginning of the FAQ. Ankylosaur Length: 36.1 feet Time: Late Cretaceous Explanation: "This marvelous herbivore was covered in spikes from head to back, eh wot? I challenge you to find a more perfectly protected body. You shan't succeed! Not only that, but this great beast could also swing its hammerlike tail! Hoo, this allowed it to attack as well as defend. With an attack like that... Why, any carnivore would likely think twice about snacking on this fellow! Ah! Forgive my babbling. it's that tail, you see... One can't help but rave!" Apatosaur Length: 68.9 feet Time: Late Jurassic Explanation: "The apatosaur was once called a brontosaur, I'll have you know. It is well known for having a rather long neck and tail and for being a herbivore. However, it appears that, unlike the giraffe, it could not make its neck vertical! Yes, blood flow, you see. If it straightened more than 90 degrees, it might faint!" Dimetrodon Length: 11.5 feet Time: Early Permian Explanation: "It lived early on, when dinosaurs first began roaming the earth, wot? And actually, to be quite accurate, it's not even a real dinosaur at all! As we know, dinosaurs were cold-blooded and could not change body temperature. But the Dimetrodon could! It used its distinctive back to control heat! For this reason, it is considered what we call a 'mammalian reptile', wot?" Iguanudon Length: 32.8 feet Time: Early Cretaceous Explanation: "The iguanodon holds the distinction of being the first dinosaur ever found! Until this beast was found, we were unaware that dinosaurs even existed, wot! One wonders if the first iguanodon tooth was thought to be an iguana's." Mammoth Length: 13 feet Time: Pleistocene Cenozoic Explanation: "It resembled an elephant and only became extinct a mere 10,000 years ago! This shaggy beast lived in the ice age and developed pronounced tusks, wot wot? Yes, it used them to scrape ice and snow to get to the plants that it fed on!" Pachycephalosaur Length: 13.1 feet Time: Late Cretaceous Explanation: "I must tell you a smidgen about the pachycephalosaur. This unique creature was one of the last dinosaurs to roam the earth, wot? Though it is known primarily for its rounded head... It was basically all bone! There was hardly a brain to speak of inside! These brain-boggling dinos never case to amaze me! Hoo, so intriguing!" Parasaur Length: 29.5 feet Time: Late Cretaceous Explanation: "This dinosaur lived until the very end of ALL dinosaur-kind, you know. The magnificent rest on its head was actually hollow bone measuring over 3 feet! BA-ROOOOOOOOOOOOOO! A mighty cry would echo across the land when it tooted it! Ah, Hoo. Plesiosaur Length: 23.6 feet Time: Late Cretaceous Explanation: "This must mean that the great day has finally come! The plesiosaur is complete! Hoo! Indeed, WOO hoo! I shout to the sky, HUZZAH! Please, allow me a moment to tell you a little about the plesiosaur! This creature emerged towards the end of the era of the dinosaurs... to be accurate, it was not a dinosaur but rather a type of long-neck reptile. The first Plesiosaurus fossil was found 35 years ago by a high-schooler!" Pteranodon Length: 30.2 feet Time: Late Cretaceous Explanation: "The pteranodon was simply a wonderful creature. It emerged in the later age of dinosaurs, winging through the ancient skies. Though it could fly, it was most certainly not a bird! No, it was a reptile, wot! When it spread its wings, it was a big as a small aeroplane. Simply gargantuan!" Sabretooth Tiger Length: 6.2 feet Time: Pleistocene Cenozoic Explanation: "The sabretooth tiger was an absolutely amazing beast! As it name implies, it was part of the cat family and had two long canine teeth. It could open its jaws incredibly wide, allowing it to tear into thick hides. It went extinct about 40,000 years ago... during a period when humans lived. I understand that humans also fell victim to this fierce hunter. The horror!" Seismosaur Length: 113.2 Time: Late Jurassic Explanation: "The seismosaur is quite simply, a stunning creature. Of the dinosaurs that we know about now, this is the absolute longest. It's body was quite small and quite light for its length, to be honest." Stegosaur Length: 30.5 feet Time: Late Cretaceous Explanation: "Let me tell you about our dear stegosaur. It emerged right around the middle of the era when dinosaurs roamed the earth. The diamond-shaped plates embedded along its back are actually made of bone, wot? Indeed, they were used to keep it cool and also to thwart its enemies." T-Rex Length: 47.6 feet Time: Late Cretaceous Explanation: "This carnivorous giant was one of the last remaining dinosaurs on earth. Because of its speed, it was once called the ultimate hunter. However a recent theory suggests that the T-Rex was in\ point of fact clumsy. Yes, clumsy! And that it ate a diet consisting mostly of dead dinosaurs! Nonsense, says I! What rot! I still consider T-Rex to be a dinosaur most savage!" Triceratops Length: 47.6 feet Time: Late Cretaceous Explanation: "Allow me to compose myself and tell you about the mighty Triceratops. This herbivore was one of the last remaining dinosaurs, eh wot? This quiet giant is easily recognised by its three horns and its large collar. The bone in that collar was designed to build more muscles in the neck... Yes, as a result, the biting power of this creature was something to behold! Ah. Hoo. Yes, so sorry. I didn't behold it MYSELF, of course... Hoo." Blathers also has explanations for single display fossils. Amber Explanation: "Amber is created when the sap from ancient trees hardens, wot? It does bear mentioning... Amber in and of itself is glorious... But if there is a bug trapped inside, well, then it is even more beautiful! The bug even retains the exact shocked expression it had when it was trapped!" Ammonite Explanation: "The ammonite looks like it would be related to spiral-shelled creatures, but have I got a whopper of a surprise for you! They are actually part of the same family as squid and octopi! Just imagine! All that remains of these enigmatic creatures are their shells... Despite extensive research, we're still not sure what their bodies looked like." Archaeopteryx Explanation: "The Archaeopteryx had wings and looked almost exactly like a modern bird, eh wot? As such, most scientists believed that it was the true avian ancestor. Our most recent studies, however, conclude that the lineage is not direct. Current hypotheses point to multiple ancestors, some yet to be discovered. Ah! Sorry for running on! This could be one of my ancient relatives, wot!" Dino Droppings Explanation: If anyone would like to add this to the FAQ, just drop me an e-mail. My e-mail address it at the top of the file. Dino Egg Explanation: If anyone would like to add this to the FAQ, just drop me an e-mail. My e-mail address it at the top of the file. Dino Track Explanation: If anyone would like to add this to the FAQ, just drop me an e-mail. My e-mail address it at the top of the file. Fern Fossil Explanation: "This piece of fauna has just emerged from the sea when it became preserved. Rather than seeds, it relied on its spores to spread. It resembles moss with leaves!" Peking Man Explanation: "Peking man is significant because he lived roughly 500,000 years ago. Hoo, well, that AND he is said to be a link between apes and humans, wot wot! What particularly fascinates me is the fact that he knew to use fire to cook. Of course, that's standard practice now, eh wot? But I assure you, it wasn't then! They say that this aided in brain development and was a remarkable breakthrough. Peking man's life span was a mere 14 years, so humans today would far outlive him. Oh! Please forgive me! The thought of this hairy ancient quite addled me!" Shark Tooth Explanation: "It is believed that sharks existed long before even dinosaurs appeared... However, a shark's skeleton is made from cartilage and is softer than bone. As a result, very few have survived as fossils, eh wot? Fortunately, we CAN research them when we find a shark tooth." Trilobite Explanation: "Trilobites existed long before the dinosaurs, I'll have you know. At the time, there were very few enemies, so they absolutely thrived, wot! For protection, much like a ... blech... pill bug, they would roll up into a ball." When you have completed all of the fossil exhibits (and not the other ones), Blathers will remark: "Hoooooooo! Incredible! My dear [name], we've finally done it! All the displays are filled! Hootie hoo! You know what this means?! The fossil exhibit is now complete, wot! Hoo! Indeed, WOO hoo! Congratulations, my dear friend! Hoooo MY! I do hope you'll be equally involved in the other exhibits, wot wot?" Finding Fossils --------------- On average, you'll find about three fossils in town per day. This number changes based on two factors: how often you dig the fossils up, and how many free spots are available for fossils to appear in. If you stay on top of what is buried in your town and dig up everything daily, you should get the average number. If you leave a fossil buried (say you can't find it because it is buried in a tricky location, like behind a tree), the number will be lower. Fossils will be buried behind trees only rarely, and possibly do not appear at all directly behind buildings. If your town is covered in weeds or by patterns, new fossils simply won't appear at this rate because there are no places for them to generate. Gyroids ------- Sometimes you won't find fossils, but gyroids. Gyroids look like little brown fire hydrants. Each one can be sold for 828 bells. Gyroids can be put in your house, where each one makes a specific sound. Placing many gyroids around a room in your house can yield a surprising melody. Pitfall Seeds ------------- You may also dig up a white, circular object with a red explanation mark on it. This is a pitfall seed. If you walk over the familiar indentation in the ground while a pitfall seed is buried underground, you'll fall into a pit and squirm for a few seconds. Hit the A Button to get out. Pitfall seeds are dug up and often placed in a location so that a villager will fall into it and struggle to get out. To make the villager get out of the pit, talk to him/her and listen to the indignant speech he/she will make. Pitfall seeds are not worth any bells. A new glitch involving pitfall seeds has just been established as true. Although very little is known about the glitch at the time of writing, the glitch involves the burial of pitfall seeds near the Town Gate. It may result in the Town Gate becoming another entrance to the Museuem, rendering all multiplayer functions useless. To be safe, avoid burying pitfall seeds near the Town Gate and be suspicious of Wi-Fi visitors who appear to be dropping items near it. Present Balloons ---------------- Treasure may be found not only in the ground, but also in the sky. Every once in a while, you may see a balloon with a present attached to it float across the sky. These are signalled by a gust of wind sound. When you see one of these, quickly equip your slingshot and dash towards the northmost part of your town (although you can shoot it down in any location, this is often the most effective). Launch a pebble at it when it is just about in line with you. Since balloons may float across from either left to right or vice versa, this may vary. If you miss with your first shot, don't give up. Just run further in the direction it's floating, get in position, and fire another pebble at it. Be careful of shooting it down near water. If a balloon falls in the river, it cannot be retrieved. Also, be aware of patterns on the ground. If there are so many patterns on the ground that the present has no free space to go, it will simply disappear. When a present is dislodged successfully, it will fall at the top of your town directly north from your location. Present balloons will float across the top of your town daily from 10am to 4pm. Although their appearance is random, they will only appear when the time ends in a 4. For example, a balloon will float across the sky at 11:04, 1:34, or at 3:54. Hitting one item down can be difficult enough, but if you manage to knock down 15 items out of the sky with your slingshot, item number 16 will be the Golden Slingshot. It will be twined around an orange balloon. The super slingshot will fire three stones into the air in a three-pronged formation. It will greatly help when you see the next present floating across the sky. Gulliver's UFO -------------- Sometimes something other than a present balloon will appear in the sky. You may see a UFO that whizzes around the top screen ocassionally. Shoot down the UFO with your slingshot and it will crash, scattering parts across the ground. Gulliver will be inside. If you collect the parts and bring them back to him, he'll give you a rare item. For more information, see "Gulliver". Pete ---- Pete may also be seen flying across the screen at mail times. Shoot him down to have a conversation with him. More information is found under "Pete". Wishy the Star -------------- Occasionally, there may be a shooting star in your sky. There will be a twinkling sound that should tip you off to the presence of one. Right when this happens, quickly press the A Button while you are not carrying a tool or an umbrella. If you were fast enough, your character will put his/her hands together and "wish upon a shooting star" for a gift. When the mail is delivered next, there will be a present from "Wishy the Star". Contrary to popular belief, shooting stars may apppear on both cloudy and clear nights. More information is found under "Wishy the Star". =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 6. Tools at Your Disposal (E-600) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= At the beginning of the game, Tom Nook will only offer two tools out of the following list: the Fishing Rod, the Net, the Shovel, the Axe, the Slingshot, the Timer, and the Watering Can. Other items classified as tools exist as well. These are covered in this section as well. There are also golden items that have special properties. Tools are invaluable items that enable you to do many different things. This section deals with the functions and dynamics of tools. Shovel ------ The shovel is available from Tom Nook's for a price of 500 bells. It sells for 125 bells. Obviously, the shovel is used to dig holes in the ground. A hole may be dug in any location not blocked by an item such as a rock, signpost, building, or water. You can plant fruit into the hole to grow fruit trees or you can bury other items. You may also use the shovel to dig up fossils, gyroids, pitfall seeds, and the like. These will always be marked by a little indentation that looks like a star. Another less obvious use for the shovel is to use it to hit rocks. One rock in your town is known as the bell rock. When hit, it will release a bell bag. With each hit, the amounts increase. These bags will increase from 100 bells to 4,000 bells. The bell rock is characterized by the characteristic clink of coins, while other rocks will give a sound like a bell. More about the bell rock is under "Basic Techniques", part of the "Making Money" section. The pill bug may also hide in rocks. Use your shovel to hit the rock and knock it out. Then you are free to use the net to catch it. Golden Shovel ------------- This is by far the easiest golden tool to obtain. First, buy two shovels. Then dig a hole with one, and bury the other one inside. Return after 6am the next day or, if you buried the shovel before 6am, on the same day, to dig up the golden shovel. The golden shovel has one function: money trees. Money trees are simply impossible to grow without it. More was found under "The Wild World Environment". In the original Animal Crossing, the golden shovel could be used to dig up bags of 100 bells at a fairly high rate. This cannot be done in Wild World. Slingshot --------- The slingshot may be purchased from Tom Nook's shop for 500 bells and sold for 125 bells. Use the slingshot to shoot items (and people) out of the sky. Item balloons will float across the sky daily from 10am to 4pm when the time on the clock ends in :04 (eg. 10:04, 3:54, etc.). Use the slingshot to launch a pebble into the sky and knock down the item. Make sure to avoid water and places where patterns may block the item from appearing. If an item is shot down correctly, it will appear directly north from your location. Golden Slingshot ---------------- The golden slingshot is not particularly hard to obtain, just time consuming. Shoot down 15 items with your slingshot, and the 16th item that floats across the sky will contain the golden slingshot. Note that by no means do the 15 items have to be shot down in a row. The total is cumulative. What makes the golden slingshot special is its ability to fire three stones into the sky in a three-pronged approach. This will greatly reduce difficulty in shooting down further present balloons, as you will have a greater chance of hitting an item down and you may shoot more often. Fishing Rod ----------- The fishing rod is available from Tom Nook's Shop for 500 bells. It sells for 125 bells. The fishing rod is obviously used to fish. The shadows you see swimming in the river are fish. Use the rod to catch them. Different fish appear in different locations, at different times, and sell for different amounts of money. Fish are also an exhibit at the Museum you may wish to complete. Golden Fishing Rod ------------------ The golden fishing rod is one of the harder golden items to obtain. To get it, you must catch one of all 56 varieties of fish in the game. Many players time travel to accomplish this. Otherwise it will take you almost a full year to catch every fish. Using the golden rod makes fishing slightly easier by cutting down your "reel in time" by five seconds. This means that after a fish has taken a bite at your bob, it will take you less time to reel it in and catch it. So using the golden fishing rod will allow you to fish in less time and earn more money quickly. Net --- The net is sold at Tom Nook's for 500 bells and sells for 125 bells. It is used to catch insects. It is roughly one space big and has a limited range. Bugs come out in a variety of locations, at a variety of different times, and sell for a variety of different prices. Because they are so diverse, they are often harder to catch than fish. They also sell for less money. Insects are also an exhibit at the Museum. Golden Net ---------- To obtain the golden net, you must catch one of all 56 varieties of bugs in the game. This is no easy task. Not only will it take you near a full year if you are not one to time travel, insects are universally harder to catch than fish and appear in a number of specific situations that will require more advanced tactics to catch them. Once you have the golden net, you will find that insect hunting has become moderately easier. The golden net is bigger than the regular net and so can catch bugs more easily. With a larger range, it is easier to catch those troublesome bugs that may have caused you so much trouble the first time around. Watering Can ------------ The watering can retails for 500 bells and sells for 125 bells. It is used to water wilting/whithering flowers. Watering a blackened, dried out flower once will do the trick. You do not have to water healthy flowers. Golden Watering Can ------------------- Obtaining the golden watering can can be a long, exhausting process, but it doesn't have to be. Use the preceding "The Wild World Environment" as well as "Getting a Perfect Town" to help you attain perfect town status. At the end of sixteen days under perfect status, Pelly or Phyllis will present you with the golden can. The function of the golden can is to create rare, valuable golden roses. Use the golden can to water a wilting/whithering (black) rose, and you will get a golden rose. These are worth a fairly high amount of money online and in trading forums. Other than that, the golden can is basically a more visually appealing version of the watering can. Axe --- The axe sells for 400 bells from Tom Nook and sells for 100. The axe is used to chop down unwanted trees in your town. After they are chopped down, you can remove the stump with your shovel. The axe is the only tool in Wild World that is known to break. With a high number of chops, an axe will begin to show wear. After 15 to 30 chops, the axe will show two chips in your inventory. After a further 50-80 chops, the axe will show a notch and a chip. This signifies that it is close to breaking. Golden Axe ---------- The golden axe is one of the harder golden items to get your hands on. To obtain it, you must complete a long trading sequence ending in Pascal giving it to you. Along the way, you may end up with several other items. It all begins with a Red Turnip from Joan, as described below. _________ __________ ________ +---| Saharah \---+-------| Tortimer \-----| Pascal | | |_________/ | |__________/ |________| | +---+ ______ _________ | _____________ | ________ __________ | Joan \----| Wendell \---+---| K.K. Slider | +---| Redd \-----| Tom Nook | |______/ |_________/ |_____________| |________/ |__________| Above is the trading sequence in flow chart form. It is known as the "Red Turnip Trade". First, obtain a Red Turnip Seed from Joan. Water it until it grows into a Red Turnip. Give it to Wendell, who will give you either a Country Guitar or a Turban. If you get the Country Guitar, give it to K.K. Slider for K.K. Slider's Pic. If you get the Turban, give it to Saharah for either a Red Vase or a Massage Chair. If you get the Red Vase, give it to Crazy Redd for the Safe, or for Tom Nook's Pic. If you get the Massage Chair, give it to Tortimer for the Scallop. Finally, if you got the Scallop, give it to Pascal for either Pascal's Pic or the Golden Axe. The golden axe's only benefit it that it will not break. You will never have to replace a golden axe, so it is useful if you cut trees down frequently. Timer ----- The timer is an item that is available at Tom Nook's Shop for 500 bells. It sells for 125 bells. The timer is used as a stop watch to time events. It is often used in Wi-Fi to time competitions players may wish to hold. If you are not one that uses Wi-Fi regularly, you will have little use for the Timer. Party Popper, Sparkler, and Roman Candle ---------------------------------------- Party Poppers, Sparklers, and Roman Candles are items that are given to you by Tortimer at special events such as the Fireworks Show. You can set one off with the A Button to see its effects. Each of these items may be sold for the modest price of 30 bells. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 7. Composing Town Tunes (E-700) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= A favorite activity of many Wild World players is to create town tunes at the Civics Center. This part of the FAQ will list many common town tunes that you may use as your town's signature tune. This short tune will play at many times, including when you talk to a villager, when you enter a building, or when the time reaches another hour (eg. 2:00pm). Town Tune Notatation in this FAQ -------------------------------- Apart from "f" there are two of each note. Notes that are lower-pitched are also shown lower on the game screen. The lower seven notes (g,a,b,c,d,e,f) are shown in lower case and the upper six notes (G,A,B,C,D,E) are written in upper case. "-" indicates a held note, a note of the music that is heard longer than a normal note. "Z" indicates a break in the music, a silence, called a rest. "?" is one of the random notes, in the original AC shown by a thing that looked like a squirrel and made a weird sound. On the game screen the musical notes are also different colors. These are: O-------o-----------o-------o--------o--------o | g a b | c d e f | G A | B C D | E | | Blue | Blue Green| Green | Yellow | Orange | o-------o-----------o-------o--------o--------o The songs I have listed here are fairly recognizable. Of course, there are many limitations to the game's meager sound system, so some may sound slightly off. Also, each must be fairly short so you may not receive the full effect. Most of these songs were referenced with written permission from T.Cromis' large index of songs for the orignal Animal Crossing. As with textures, town tunes featured in the original Animal Crossing will work fine in Wild World. Feel free to check out his guide at the following link: http://db.gamefaqs.com/console/gamecube/file/animal_crossing_town_song.txt There is also a program that lets you create your own town tunes effortlessly. You can find it at: http://www.animal-crossing.com/create.jsp Click on the "Melody Maker". A pop-up window will appear displaying a board just like in the game. And now I present the town tune index, sorted by alpha. Where possible, I have included the creator/composer of the town tune. Song Name Melody Composer/Submitter ========= ====== ================== 1812 Overture cfGAGfGA tadakatsu -f-f--ZZ Adam's Song (Blink 182) aec-aec- SolidSnake182 gec-gecZ All Star (Smash Mouth) af-fdfz- Zoonie fdfzfza- All The Small Things (Blink 182) ecZZgbcZ Thalandor ZecZZbcZ American Pie (Don McLean) G---F-FF duffman935 edcd-ZZZ Angel of Music (Phantom of the Opera) AGFGEDGE Anonymous CZAGFCAF Animal Crossing (Default Theme) GE-GFD-B benpoke103 CZ?Zc-ZZ Back to the Future Theme C--F--B- Phoojoeniam --CDCAFB Balloon Fight Theme AZZBDGZZ AC Manual ZAEGZGDG Beautiful People (Marilyn Manson) EGEZEAEA Anonymous EZEAEAEZ Billie Jean (Michael Jackson) CBBA-G-B LegacyX4 B-A-G--- Bubble Bobble Intro F-ZF-ed- Dthero 314 eF-Gc-ZZ Can't Stop (Red Hot Chili Peppers) ffD-E-ff GuitarManARS fD-Efffd Carousel (Blink 182) cdefgfec SolidSnake182 gbbcdcbg Chrono Trigger- Chrono's Theme abef-Zae Cfree c-aceAB- Come As You Are (Nirvana) eZGAeZGA AlexInABag eZGABAGe Complicated -Opening (Avril Lavigne) GdZcbcbg Zoonie GdZcbcbg Crazy Train (Ozzy Osbourne) ddZZZffZ Scott Rhinehart ZccZZddZ Dammit (Blink 182) c-cd-de- Thalandor g-gd-de- Danny Boy acde--de Anonymous -AG-edca Deck the Halls G-fe-d-c Cromis -d-e-c-z DJ K.K. CCC-BAGA ryan ZeZeGA-Z Doreme (Sound Of Music) c--de--c Cromis e-c-e--- Dr. Mario Theme DEDEDCCA GreenLatrine DEDCC-ZZ EarthBound Theme fACB-C-A BGM CG-A---z Fear Of The Dark (Iron Maiden) ddaaddee TrowaBarton ffeeddee Funkytown (Lipps Inc) GGfGZdZd ArcHammer2 fCBGZZZZ F-Zero- Mute City GfedefGf NintendoAce ed-ZZZZZ God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen eebbagfe Peanut Drizzle defgab-Z Godfather Theme eACBACAB GreenLatrine AfGe--ZZ Good King Wenceslas fffGffc- Cromis dcdef-f- Hate To Say I Told You So(The Hives) ccgbbbgd S Gastelum ddbaaaaZ Hummer (Smashing Pumpkins) gab-bb-b Remer88 gab-bb-b In The End (Linkin Park) a-e-e-c- Thalandor b-b-b-bc In the Garage (Weezer) ACG-BDA- Stoud ACGAFFF- Itchy and Scratchy Theme (Simpsons) Gc-GE-Gc Brian5701 GcGE-CDE Jeremy- Opening (Pearl Jam) g-cdg-G- heliotropic --g-f--- Jingle Bells Intro gedcg--g JoeFaust gedca--Z Kirby Theme GZCZEDCZ Public Domain CDECBCGZ K.K. Aria defdc--Z ryan bcd-c--- K.K. Chorale cdefe-de ryan d-d---c- Comrade K.K. aaabcbae ryan fAfde--Z K.K. Condor eAGedZcZ ryan a---ZZZZ K.K. Country AGGeeddc ryan accdc--Z K.K. Etude dAfdbAGB ryan C-ccc--Z K.K. Faire Ze-GB-D- ryan -C-BC--- K.K. Folk ZeffAAfe ryan fecce--- K.K. Lullaby efGCDCE- ryan EDABC--- Liberty E-C-E-C- Forkbomb E-EFEDC- LotR- Evil Theme CBC----- Chrono007 B-A-e-ZZ LotR- Fellowship of the Ring C--BCBA- Scott CB--e--- LotR- Opening B--C--C- BlueWingX B-A-C-B- M*A*S*H- Opening e-f-ef-e Secef -f-e-d-- Mario Sunshine- Bianco Hills CDECzGze rapjr11 fefD--ZZ Mission Impossible Theme dZdZfGdZ bjackm dZdccdZd Mother (Pink Floyd) DDDDZbcZ Anonymous bg--ZZZZ Mr. K.K. 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It helps for documentation purposes. Also, please include some sort of alias so that I can credit you as the author. Thanks! _ __ __ _ | |========\ \===================================================/ /========| | | | F. \ \ Characters / / (CHARA) | | |_|==========\/=================================================\/==========|_| Animal Crossing: Wild World is a character-driven game. There are so many characters that you can interact with, Wild World has become a game about communal living. This Character section will be one of the largest in the FAQ, detailing every character in the game. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 1. Special Visitors (F-100) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Special visitors are characters that will visit your town only at "special" times. All special visitors except for Crazy Redd and Katrina will disappear if you have players over to your town. One special visitor can be in your town at all times, plus the weekly appearance from K.K. Slider. The visitors are ranked in terms of importance. This means that the higher a visitor in the hierarchy, the more likely they are to appear because they take precedence over other visitors if there is what is called a "scheduling conflict". The hierarchy of special visitors looks something like this. a. Tortimer/Cornimer/K.K. Slider b. Lyle/Joan c. Crazy Redd d. The Lost Kitten (Katie and Kaitlin) e. Katrina/Gracie/Saharah/Wendell/Pascal/Dr. Shrunk/Gulliver f. Blanca g. Pete K.K. Slider, Lyle, Joan, Redd, and Pete will appear in your town weekly (except during special weeks, such as when the Acorn Festival or Bright Lights is taking place). Of these visitors, only Pete may appear on more than one day. He generally appears twice a week during weekdays, but only when Redd is not in your town. When he appears once in a week, he is generally replaced by a visit from either Saharah, Wendell, Gracie, Katrina, Gulliver, Dr Shrunk, or Pascal. Saharah, Wendell, Gracie, Katrina, Gulliver, Dr Shrunk, and Pascal appear randomly in town on weekdays that are not scheduled for Redd or Pete. Generally, you will receive two of these visitors per week if the Acorn Festival or Bright Lights is not in session, and never two of the same visitor per week. You may receive the same visitor in subsequent weeks, but only on rare occasions. These characters will always appear from 6:00am to Midnight, but will only remain for that full time frame if the task they set for you remains unfulfilled by at least one character. If every character completes the task (eg. receiving an emotion from Dr. Shrunk), the visitor will leave when you enter and exit a building. Note that Gulliver is the exception to the above rule. Although every character can see his crashed UFO, only the character that spoke to him can see Gulliver in person. When Gulliver is in town with the first character, the UFO will not appear in the sky for other characters (as it has obviously crashed). Another group of special visitors includes visitors that are triggered by multiplayer play. You may receive Blanca after you to connect to Nintendo WFC and either host or visit other players. However, Blanca must be allowed to visit through the phone in the Save Room. Blanca will remain in your town so long as you don't speak with her to draw her a face. Another special visitor will often visit before Blanca does, while yet another special visitor will often appear upon her exit from town. Katie or Kaitlin (the Lost Kitten Scenario) may appear in town after you use either Wi-Fi or DS to DS to host or visit other players. Supposing you don't reunite them, either Katie or Kaitlin will remain in town for a full week during which you will not receive visits from any other special visitor. The special visitors in this FAQ are sorted by alpha, not by the above hierarchy. Remember: you can always see who is in town by checking with Booker. However, he will not say anything about Gulliver, Pascal, or Pete. When Gulliver says there are no special visitors visiting, you know that one of these three visitors may be in town. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| a. -- Blanca -- (F-101) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Blanca is a white cat that is without a face; it's just a blank white space. She appears in your town randomly, but only if you have "Downloads" turned on from the telephone in your Save Room and have access to the Wi-Fi network. Her appearance appears to be triggered by Wi-Fi, and she will not leave town until she is satisfied with her face. Her visit is often between visits of other special visitors. When one special visitor leaves, she may arrive shortly after. When Blanca is satisfied with her face and leaves town, another visitor may visit soon after. Players have the option of drawing Blanca a face when she visits. The template is circular, different from the square one for regular patterns, but the principle is the same. There have been many different Blanca faces created, several of which are very creative. After you have completed your face, you can then name it. When Blanca appears in another person's town, she may have the face you drew for her. Of course, this is given that your face is not explicit or vulgar (there goes your fun). If you speak to Blanca again, she will be unsure if the face you drew for her is up to snuff. You can then repeat the whole procedure and draw another "masterpiece". _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| b. -- Cornimer -- (F-102) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Cornimer can be seen near the Town Hall during the Acorn Festival. He basically looks like Tortimer wearing a mask. Players have thought that this was the case, or that Cornimer was Tortimer's brother. Anyway, you can trade acorns with Cornimer during the Acorn Festival to obtain rare furniture of the Musroom Series. Acorns may be found under trees, unlike fruit, which is found hanging from their branches. If you give Tortimer a certain amount of acorns, he'll give you a piece of from the Mushroom Series of corresponding value. Tortimer will even accept rotting acorns for an amazing price of 1 bell. The number of acorns you must give him are below. Note that the totals are cumulative. O=============================================================================O | Mushroom Series Item | Number of Acorns | O======================================o======================================O | Mushroom Stool | 5 Acorns | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Mushroom End Table | 10 Acorns | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Mushroom Lamp | 25 Acorns | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Mushroom Chair | 40 Acorns | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Mushroom Dresser | 60 acorns | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Mushroom Closet | 80 acorns | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Mushroom Stand | 100 acorns | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Mushroom Table | 120 acorns | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Mushroom TV | 140 acorns | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Mushroom Bed | 170 acorns | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Forest Wall | 200 acorns | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Forest Floor | 230 acorns | O=============================================================================O After you have traded enough acorns for all of these items, Cornimer will not accept one more. Sell them to Tom Nook instead. How much you'll get for each acorn is detailed in the Master Item List. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| c. -- Crazy Redd -- (F-103) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Redd is a mischievious fox that spells trouble. He'll set up his "Black Market" tent outside the Town Hall once a week, as determined by your meeting with Lyle. If you have yet to meet Lyle, Redd will show up on a random day of the week (in tune with the hierarchy, of course). Redd is a little paranoid that the cops are on his trail, and will require a password to get into his tent. The first time Redd visits, obtaining the password will take a little bit of effort. Go around town talking to all of your villagers. One will know Redd's password and tell you. Once you input the password after Redd's prompt (which often is a jab against Tom Nook), you won't even be able to buy anything inside. Redd will have three items displayed. Many of these are rare items that aren't obtainable anywhere else, while some may be found at Tom Nook's Shop. Regardless of where else an item may come from, all of Redd's items will be amazingly overpriced. And you won't even be able to buy one. To buy Redd's items, you must pay a fee of 3,000 bells to become a "cousin", a member of Reed's inner circle. After you've paid up, Redd will mail you the password to his tent in advance. Redd's passwords include the following. O=============================================================================O | When Redd Says... | You Say... | O======================================o======================================O | An open wallet | is often empty | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Ask and you shall | be charged | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Bottom dollar | top dog | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Cat's away | mice shop | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Courage is nice | cash is freedom | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Crazy Redd | is 35 | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Even robbers | have safes | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Fan in one hand | cash in other | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Foot in the door | eye on prize | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | For Redd's fans | shop here again | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Get an education | or win it big | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Give 2 cents | ask for change | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Golden ingots? | Redd bells | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Head in sand | find something | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Honest souls | can be bought | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Hot and cold | money makes it | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | I'm all alone | but I have cash | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Life expectancy | Redd is 35 | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Look at people | wallets full | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Neighbor Raccoon | one ugly fellow | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | No flowers | just cash | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | No money | means no fun | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Roses have | high prices | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Rough childhood | lax adulthood | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Someone to wed | no way Nook | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Spoiled rotten | bean curd | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Talk is cheap | so is Redd | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Thankless task | goes unpaid | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | The grass is greener | on my side | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | The pen is mightier | and cheaper | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Turn back | what'd you miss | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | What's fabulous | is inside | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | What's inside | is fabulous | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | When the cat's gone | mice shop | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Why buy the cow | get milk here | O=============================================================================O There is some controversy regarding forged paintings. Many of the paintings you'll find at Redd's tent are forgeries. Blathers will not accept a forged painting. Instead, you must let Tom Nook dispose of it for you. There is no way to tell if a painting is forged. What Redd says has no bearing on it, the glint that comes in his eye does not give it away, nor can you sell it to Tom Nook before it is identified and find a legitimate painting in your catalog. It's just random. Lyle may sell you damage insurance, which will pay you 100 bells for each forged painting you show Lyle. Of course, the insurance itself costs 6,000 bells, so it is a complete and utter rip off. There is little doubt that Lyle and Redd are in league together. For a primer on which items are available at Redd's and which ones are exclusive to his tent, consult the Master Item List. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| d. -- Dr. Shrunk -- (F-104) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Dr. Shrunk is a type of salamander called an Axolotl (look it up on Google, if you wish). He appears in your town on a random date from 6am to 12am. Dr. Shrunk appears to be a psychiatrist of the humanistic variety that roams around looking to help players "reconnect" with their emotions and express themeselves more fully. When you talk to Dr. Shrunk and go through his exercises, you will get another emoticon to add to the keyboard menu. You will have four different emotions to choose from, but you may only choose one to add to your keyboard per visit. In the Japanese version of Wild World, there are 29 available emotions. It is currently unknown how many are available in the North American version, but it seems probable that the following emotions are involved in this version as well as the European version. O=============================================================================O | Visual Emotion (Emoticon) | How it is Expressed | O======================================o======================================O | Anger | Redness & 3 puffs of white smoke | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Shock | Eyes wide, mouth open, yellow burst | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Laughter | Laughing with yellow marks | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Surprise | 4 white splotches | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Rage | Red, stomps foot, and puff of smoke | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Distress | Pacing in place with sweat droplets | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Fear | Shivering | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Sorrow | Crying | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Blankness (Distant) | Gust of wind and blowing leaf | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Joy | Flowers | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Confusion | Question mark | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Inspiration | Light bulb | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Happiness | Music notes; characters sways | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Thought | Three dots (...) | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Sadness | Black swirl | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Disappointment | Breaking heart | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Scheming | Looks down to side; star appears | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Fatigue | Yawn; bubbles come out | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Love | Heart | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Contentment | Smiling | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Irritation | Furrowed eyebrows | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Discontent | Frown; downcast eyes | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Shyness | Cheeks redden | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Disbelief | Step back, eyes wide, yellow burst | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Agreement | Eyes closed and nodding | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Approval | Clapping | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Acceptance | Shrug; hands thrown up | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Exasperation | Heavy sigh | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Realization | Wide eyes with an explanation mark | O=============================================================================O Thirty additional emotions are available through the Map Editor. Most of them involve actions that have nothing to do with the expression of feelings, but they work in much the same way as the first twenty-nine. O=============================================================================O | Emotion/Action | How it is Expressed | O======================================o======================================O | Machine Gun* | Machine gun motion from left-right | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Stabbing | Stabbing motion with right arm | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Machine Gun Two* | Machine gun motion from right-left. | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Intense Expasperation | Hands thrown up in the air | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Slouch | An odd posture | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Shifty | Shift to the side with plunk sound. | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Surprise Two | 4 white splotches | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Confusion Two | Question mark | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Flying | Flapping arms | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Fatigue Two | Yawn; bubbles come out | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Asleep | Lies on the ground asleep; yawns | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Pitfall Escape | Gets out of a hole | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Pitfall | Falls in a hole | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Pitfall Blankness | Gust of wind w/ leaf while in hole | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Pitfall Realization | Wide eyes w/ exc. mark while in hole | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Pitfall Escape Two | Gets out of a hole (variation) | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Pitfall Two | Falls in a hole (variation) | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Pitfall Trap | Falls in a hole; squirms | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Sitting | Sits on invisible object | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Sitting Two | Sits on invisible object; feet fly up| |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Stink | Smells underarm | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Levitation | Levitates | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Floating | Floats | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Floating Two | Floats with sound effects | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Floating Three | Floating variation | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Floating Four | Floating variation | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Floating Five | Floating variation | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Floating Surprise | Quick 4 white splotches (floating) | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Speedy Discontent | Quick; similar to Discontent | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Speedy Distress | Quick; similar to Distress | O=============================================================================O * The Machine Gun emotions are similar to Katrina spreading out cards on her table. A video featuring every non-hacked emotion in the game, plus a few of the Map Editor ones, may be found at the following URL: http://youtube.com/watch?v=aozAroqyYl0 _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| e. -- Gracie -- (F-105) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Gracie is a tall, "statuesque" giraffe that designs her own expensive clothing patterns. She looks down on all other personal tastes according to style and will often make snide remarks to you about your ensemble. If you are able to deal with the verbal bullying, you may receive one of her special clothing shirts. When Gracie parks her car near the Town Hall at 6am, she'll stick around for a full 24 hours, so you should have lots of time to earn your Fashionista badge. In order to determine what kind of normal clothing shirt to give you, she'll ask you five separate questions (that is, if you have an open letter slot in which to put her assessment of your sense of style). Gracie will give you one of eight different rankings based on how well your answers match hers. The highest is fabulous, while the lowest is disastrous. The other five rankings are in between. If your ranking isn't very good, she'll give you a clothing pattern. If your ranking is horrible, she'll give you the rare but disgusting Moldy Shirt. The ranking will be receieved in the letter along with a certificate. After her assessment of you is complete, keep pestering her until she tells you that she wants money for a makeover. The maximum amount of money you can donate is 8,000 bells. However, a donation of 5,000 bells or more will generally garner you one of Gracie's personal collection along with an accessory. The odds of attaining a Gracie original design goes up with the amount of money you donate, but at 5,000 bells you are ensuring an almost 100 percent chance of getting a Gracie pattern. If you donate less than this, Gracie may take offence and give you a Moldy Shirt. All of Gracie's clothing shirts are listed below. The Moldy Shirt is obtainable as listed above, and is so marked with an asterix (*). O=============================================================================O | Gracie's Custom Fashions | O=========================o========================o==========================O | Barber Shirt | Giraffe Shirt | Orange Pinstripe | | Butterfly Shirt | Grape Shirt | Sandwich Shirt | | Caterpillar Tee | Grass Shirt | Snow Shirt | | Citrus Shirt | Gracie's Top | Splendid Shirt | | Cool Shirt | Groovy Shirt | Strawberry Shirt | | Coral Shirt | Hot Dog Shirt | Tiger Shirt | | Cow Shirt | Kiwi Shirt | Tin Shirt | | Crossing Shirt | Ladybug Shirt | Watermelon Shirt | | Fiendish Shirt | Melon Shirt | Zebra Shirt | | Flan Shirt | Moldy Shirt* | | O=============================================================================O Time travelers will often have problems in attaining a Gracie design. This is because their DS clock is often very different than their in-game clock. In this situation, Gracie will never give you one of her original patterns. To fix the glitch, simply resynchronize the two settings. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| f. -- Gulliver -- (F-106) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ In the GameCube version of Animal Crossing, Gulliver was a loveable pirate that was thrown off of his ship. He'd end up on your town's beach. If you woke him up he would reward you with a rare item that he "bartered off a seedy looking merchant." For Wild World, Gulliver's role has changed. Although he still gives you rare items, and he still travels aimlessly, it is in a whole new way. Sometimes, when the time on the clock ends in a 2 or a 7 (eg. 2:02, 10:57), you will see an UFO flying around the top screen. UFOs will always appear at the first available timeslot of two or seven, provided you are not inside a building during that time (eg. you start the game at 3:54, then a UFO will appear at 3:57, if it is coming on that day). It flies across the screen at a rate of speed much higher than balloons. Pull out your slingshot and try to nail it with a pebble to make it crash land in your town. Gulliver will have been piloting the craft. Unfortunately, the crash will have sent UFO parts flying around your town. When you talk to Gulliver (you may be forced to talk to him many times as he will have been knocked out by the crash), he will ask you to help him find the missing parts. There will be five parts that look like little mechanical gears strewn around the ground. They can appear practically anywhere in your town, from on top of concrete or on your town's sandy beach. Note that they appear on top of the ground, not buried in the ground, as stated by Nintendo's official guide. Once you have obtained the gears, Gulliver will give you a rare item from the following list. Note that the Metroid, one of four items of the Nintendo Set, was omitted from the Nintendo Official Guide. O=============================================================================O | Gulliver's Items | O==================o===================o===================o==================O | Arc de Triomphe | Matryoshka | Moai Statue | Tower of Pisa | | Chocolates | Merlion | Mouth of Truth | Tribal Mask | | Compass | Mermaid | Statue Pagoda | | | Manekin Pis | Metroid | Plate Armor | | O=============================================================================O If you save your game while you have all five gears (or have given Gulliver all but the fifth gear), you can influence what item he gives you. As what item Gulliver gives you is determined just when you give him the last gear, you can reset your game and give him the final gear again if you did not like the item you received the first time. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| g. -- Joan -- (F-107) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Joan is an aging, brown furred sow (a pun on Dow Jones) that will wander your town selling turnips on Sunday mornings from 6:00am to 12:00pm. She will overstay these hours if you stay outside (and assuming there is no Fishing Tournament taking place). In Wild World, Joan will have two types of turnips to offer. The first are White Turnips, which are used in Wild World's form of the stock market, aptly called the "Stalk Market." More about the Stalk Market is found under the section of the same name. White Turnips range in price from 90 to 110 bells, and each player has the chance to buy as many as they want. Be careful though, because White Turnips will spoil in one week's time. My advice is that if you see a price below 100 bells, it would be wise to "stalk up" on a few turnips because the odds are that Tom Nook will buy them for more (or possibly a lot more) than you bought them for. Where all players may purchase White Turnips, Joan also offers a Red Turnip Seed, which may only be bought by one player for 1,000 bells. The Red Turnip Seed is the item which kick starts the large trading sequence known as the "Red Turnip Trade". More on this sequence is available under the "Tools at Your Disposal" section above. There is also a prevelant glitch involved with the sale of Red Turnips to you. After selling the Red Turnip Seed to you once, Joan will not carry any seeds in subsequent weeks. This glitch results from a discrepancy between the DS and the in-game clock, which triggers Joan to state that she has run out of seeds. To fix the glitch, simply resynchronize the DS and the in-game clock. The player may bury the Red Turnip and water it once daily so that it grows and increases in value. If the turnip is dug up on the same day it was planted, it will only sell for two bells. But if you wait for six days or more, the turnip will sell for a very high price of 16,000 bells. These prices are summarized in the following table. O=============================================================================O | Number of Days Given to Grow | Sell Price | O======================================o======================================O | 0 Days (planted/dug up on same day) | 2 Bells | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | 1 Day (dug up day after planting) | 100 Bells | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | 2 Days | 500 Bells | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | 3 Days | 2,000 Bells | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | 4 Ddays | 4,000 Bells | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | 5 Days | 8,000 Bells | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | 6 or More Days | 16,000 Bells | O=============================================================================O If you forget to water the Red Turnip, it will die. However, once a Red Turnip is dug up, it will not spoil like its white counterparts will. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| h. -- Katie and Kaitlin -- (F-108) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ After connecting to another town over Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, you may notice either Katie or Kaitlin wandering your town aimlessly. Kaitlin, the mother, will be looking for her child, Katie. Either Katie or Kaitlin will appear in a random location in your town in a random day, although the date is triggered by Wi-Fi or DS to DS play in which you host or visit other players. When you speak to either cat or kitten, she will tell you where the other animal has gone missing. It is up to you and the player in the town she names to reunite the duo. This has been termed "The Lost Kitten Scenario". To reunite Katie and Kaitlin, the player with Katie in their town must connect to Wi-Fi and visit the player with Kaitlin in their town. Since the mother cat, Kaitlin, refuses to be moved, it must be done in this fashion. When the two are successfully reuinited, a fairly long cut scene will play. You may wish to use the AC Adapter for an alternative power source, as this may place strains on your battery and on your Wi-Fi connection. If the player does not reuinte the two, Katie and Kaitlin will stay in their respective towns for a full seven days; during this week, no special visitors may visit your town. Thus, it is advantageous to you to reunite the pair and get the cat out of your town! The player who reunited Katie with her mother will receive a gift from Katie in the mail. These items are generally rare ones that may only be obtained through completing the Lost Kitten Scenario. They include the following. O=============================================================================O | Katie and Kaitlin: Exclusive Items | O======================================o======================================O | Apple TV | Music Box | | K & K's Pic | Papa Bear | | Lily-Pad Table | Papa Panda | | Lovely Phone | Portrait | O=============================================================================O One other item is only available from Katie and Kaitlin. This is K & K's Pic. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| i. -- Katrina -- (F-109) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Katrina is a mystic black cat who uses her "psychic powers" to tell you your fortune. She sets up her town next to the Town Hall on any random weekday from 6am to Midnight. She offers you to types of fortunes, the first of which being a general fortune, which actually affects your life, and a funny little compatibility one that does not. Both are 100 bells each. When you choose to have Katrina tell your general fortune, she will tell you if you will have either good luck or bad luck based on the reading of a specific card. If you have good luck, you will receive more gifts from villagers. If you have bad luck, you will trip and fall often (as if you were wearing the King Tut Wig). Note that you are given either a natural or an inverted state. The cards have different effects depending upon which state you are in. It should be apparent which state you have after seeing the effect of the fortune. There are 22 different cards that Katrina may draw for you. The effects of each are detailed below. O=============================================================================O | Card Reading | Effect on Natural State | Effect on Inverted State | O================o=============================o==============================O | Balloon | Good Luck | Bad Luck | |----------------+-----------------------------+------------------------------| | Bird | Good Luck | Bad Luck | |----------------+-----------------------------+------------------------------| | Book | Good Luck | Neutral | |----------------+-----------------------------+------------------------------| | Bread | Good Luck | Bad Luck | |----------------+-----------------------------+------------------------------| | Bridge | Bad Luck | Bad Luck | |----------------+-----------------------------+------------------------------| | Butterfly | Bad Luck | Neutral | |----------------+-----------------------------+------------------------------| | Forest | Neutral | Bad Luck | |----------------+-----------------------------+------------------------------| | Fruit | Good Luck | Bad Luck | |----------------+-----------------------------+------------------------------| | Jewel | Good Luck | Bad Luck | |----------------+-----------------------------+------------------------------| | Lake | Good Luck | Bad Luck | |----------------+-----------------------------+------------------------------| | Light | Good Luck | Bad Luck | |----------------+-----------------------------+------------------------------| | Midnight | Bad Luck | Neutral | |----------------+-----------------------------+------------------------------| | Morning Sun | Good Luck | Bad Luck | |----------------+-----------------------------+------------------------------| | Mount | Bad Luck | Bad Luck | |----------------+-----------------------------+------------------------------| | Music | Good Luck | Bad Luck | |----------------+-----------------------------+------------------------------| | Pen | Good Luck | Bad Luck | |----------------+-----------------------------+------------------------------| | Ship | Bad Luck | Good Luck | |----------------+-----------------------------+------------------------------| | Shooting Star | Good Luck | Neutral | |----------------+-----------------------------+------------------------------| | Space | Good Luck | Bad Luck | |----------------+-----------------------------+------------------------------| | Thunder | Good Luck | Neutral | |----------------+-----------------------------+------------------------------| | Waterfall | Good Luck | Bad Luck | |----------------+-----------------------------+------------------------------| | Wind | Good Luck | Bad Luck | O=============================================================================O If you receive a fortune that means bad luck, don't worry about it. It will fade away by the next day. However, if it is really bugging you, Katrina also offers the option of "purification". Purification costs a whopping 10,000 bells, so consider just living with the frequent falls you will endure rather than paying a ridiculous amount of money to undo the effects of bad luck. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| j. -- K.K. Slider -- (F-110) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ K.K. Slider is a talented musician that plays weekly gigs at The Roost. Also known as Totakeke, K.K. will show up at The Roost every Saturday between 7:30pm and Midnight. He will begin a soundcheck at 7:30pm. By 8:00pm, K.K. will accept requests. You may either type in a request with perfect spelling and punctuation, or you can just have K.K. play any song. Note that if you do not input a song correctly in your request, K.K. will automatically revert to playing "My Place". However, you'll have another chance to confirm an invalid request before K.K. starts playing. The game's credits will role while K.K. Slider plays on. At the end of his performance, K.K. will give you a bootleg copy of the song he just played. To play it, you must have a stereo. Items that function as music players are listed below. Kiddie Stereo Robo-Stereo Jukebox CD Player Gold Stereo Hi-Fi Stereo Turntable Dice Stereo White Boom Box Red Boom Box Phonograph Reel-to-Reel Retro Stereo High-End Stereo Tape Deck Once you have obtained a bootleg, go to your stereo and choose to play the song. Once the song is stored in the stereo, the song will no longer take up any space in your inventory. Instead, they will remained stored in the stereo and carry over to any new stereo item you may purchase. Bootlegs often sound very different than the song will sound when K.K. performs it, so don't judge a song simply by the performance. K.K.'s live performances often sound very similar, while bootlegs are more distinctive. The following is a list of every song in K.K. Slider's repetoire. This list is also available in the Master Item List. O=============================================================================O | K.K. Slider's Songs | O================o===================o==================o=====================O | K.K. Chorale | Aloha K.K. | K.K. D & B | Two Days Ago | | K.K. March | Lucky K.K. | K.K. Technopop | My Place | | K.K. Waltz | K.K. Condor | DJ K.K. | Forest Life | | K.K. Swing | K.K. Steppe | Only Me | To The Edge | | K.K. Jazz | Imperial K.K. | K.K. Country | Pondering | | K.K. Fusion | K.K. Casbah | Surfin' K.K. | K.K. Dixie | | K.K. Etude | K.K. Safari | K.K. Ballad | K.K. Marathon | | K.K. Lullaby | K.K. Folk | Comrade K.K. | King K.K. | | K.K. Aria | K.K. Rock | K.K. Lament | Mountain Song | | K.K. Samba | Rockin' K.K. | Go K.K. Rider! | Marine Song 2001 | | K.K. Bossa | K.K. Ragtime | K.K. Dirge | Neapolitan | | K.K. Calypso | K.K. Gumbo | K.K. Western | Steep Hill | | K.K. Salsa | The K. Funk | Mr. K.K. | K.K. Rockabilly | | K.K. Mambo | K.K. Blues | Cafe K.K. | Agent K.K. | | K.K. Reggae | Soulful K.K. | K.K. Parade | K.K. Rally | | K.K. Ska | K.K. Soul | Senor K.K. | K.K. Metal | | K.K. Tango | K.K. Cruisin' | K.K. Song | | | K.K. Faire | K.K. Love Song | I Love You | | O=============================================================================O The "e" in Cafe K.K. requires an accent and the "n" in Senor K.K. requires a tilde. Type these songs in exactly as typed here to have K.K. play your request. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| k. -- Lyle -- (F-111) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Lyle (ironically called "Mr. Truth" in a direct Japanese translation) is a seedy insurance salesmen that visits your town every Saturday at 6:00am. He'll stay until 6:00pm the same day. As long sa you stay outside and do not enter and exit a building, Lyle can overstay his usual hours. Lyle will offer you two types of insurance: accident insurance and damage insurance. He will only offer accident insurance at first; when you have bought the first coverage, he'll offer the damage insurance. Accident insurance covers bee stings and falling, which means that you will receive 100 bells via the mail for each time you are stung or for each time you fall or trip. This type of insurance will cost you 3,000 bells. As you can see, it is a rather large scam. The second type of insurance is even more of a rip off. Damage insurance costs 6,000 bells, and will reward you 100 bells for each Forged Painting you have. Crazy Redd's paintings will often be forgeries, but this does not justify a 6,000 bell price for insurance or compensate for the fact that you have to hold onto the painting until Lyle comes again. Each player can receive their own insurance policies. If all of your characters buy both types of coverage, Lyle will never come to your town again. To have Lyle come again, you must delete one resident of the town and create a new character who Lyle will visit. The one thing Lyle is good for is booking when Crazy Redd will come to town. Everytime Lyle appears in town, you can select which day you want Crazy Redd to visit. Crazy Redd will keep coming on this day of the week until you talk to Lyle again to change it. The fact that you can book Redd through Lyle confirms that the two are cohorts in a scam. However, there is nothing you can do about it; even though Booker and Copper do guard the gate and seem suspicious of both Redd and Lyle. Note that Lyle is one of the characters that will show up at The Roost from time to time. Lyle may visit from 12:00pm to 1:30pm on a Sunday. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| l. -- Pascal -- (F-112) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Pascal is an otter that is known across Wild World as a renowned philosopher. He'll wash up on the shore of your town beach at the point where the land juts out toward the sea. Pascal will appear in your town from 6am until Midnight. Upon talking with Pascal and listening to his esoteric views on human/animal philosophy (okay, not really; it is a game about talking animals, after all), he'll give you an item from the Pirate Theme. Consult the Master Item List for more information on these items, which are also worth a relatively high number of HRA points. Pascal is also part of the Red Turnip Trade. He is the final step between you and the Golden Axe. If you have a Scallop, he will ask you if you dropped a Golden Axe, a Silver Axe, or neither of these. Answer the Golden Axe for said golden item. Answering "neither" will result in Pascal's Pic. If you want the "Silver Axe", Pascal will just restate his question, as the "Silver Axe" is a fictitious item. Note that unlike many other special visitors, Pascal is one visitor that Booker will say nothing about. If Pascal is in town, you must track him down yourself. Often talking to your villagers will enable you to glean more information about visitors than talking to Booker will anyway. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| m. -- Pete -- (F-113) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Pete is a very diligent worker who can be seen flying across the top screen of the DS once in a while. He delivers the mail everyday at 9:00am and 5:00pm on weekdays. You can see him flying across the top screen at one of these times. He will automatically appear at the time which is closest to when you booted up the game (eg. if you started playing at 2:35pm, he will come at 5:00pm). If it is raining or snowing at the first available time slot in which Pete comes, he will come in the next time slot. Note that he will not appear on the day you have Redd in your town. Otherwise, he will usually visit twice per week. If you find that he visits once, another visitor higher up in the hierarchy will be occupying Pete's second time slot. Unfortunately, the only way you can talk to him is to shoot him out of the sky with your slingshot. There are eight different conversations you may have with Pete. In some of them, he appears to be in obvious pain after being so ruthlessly shot and falling so far down to earth. For a transcript of these dialogues, consult Liquefy's Episode FAQ at the following URL: http://www.gamefaqs.com/portable/ds/file/920786/44202 You may be noting that Pete doesn't seem like a special visitor, just a special character that is always working in town. You are not alone. I am unsure just as to why he is classified here in the hierarchy of special visitors, but he is. It is as if Booker doesn't consider him a special villager either; he will say nothing of Pete's appearance in your town. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| n. -- Saharah -- (F-114) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Saharah is a camel who wanders through towns selling her rare and valuable collection of wallpapers and carpets. She'll turn up in town on a random weekday between the hours of 6:00am and Midnight. When you meet her, she'll ask you to help her complete a delivery. You will have to complete two and sometimes three deliveries to one of the following characters: Tom Nook, Mabel, Blathers, Pelly, or Phyllis. When you have completed the deliveries, return to Saharah and she will offer you the choice of either a wallpaper or a carpet. Select whichever one you please. Although you will not have a choice between specific wallpapers or carpets, you will be rewarded with one item from the following list. O=============================================================================O | Saharah's Wallpapers | Saharah's Carpets | O=================o====================o==================o===================O | Ancient Wall | Meadow Vista | Ancient Tile | Music Room Floor | | Blue Tarp | Ringside Seating | Boxing Ring Mat | Saharah's Desert | | Desert Vista | Shoji Screen | Closed Road | Sandlot | | Industrial Wall | Tropical Vista | Concrete Floor | Tatami Floor | | Lunar Horizon | Western Vista | Daisy Meadow | Tropical Floor | | Music Room Wall | | Lunar Surface | Western Desert | O=============================================================================O _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| o. -- Tortimer -- (F-115) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Tortimer, like Pete, is not a special visitor in the traditional sense. You may spot him working at a large desk behind the counter of the Town Hall at anytime. However, Tortimer will only come outside during special events, at the times dictated under the "Event Calendar" section (New Year's Day, Fishing Tourney, Bright Nights, Flower Fest, The Bug Off, Fireworks Show, and Countdown), as well as at the very beginning of the game, when you will be obliged by Tom Nook to seek him out and introduce yourself. Tortimer can be found standing outside the Town Hall during the special events listed above. He will give out rare items at these events, including trophies for winning certain competitions. Be sure to speak to him then, as he is the only person that can give you these items. He also hands out more benign items such as the Fishing Rod while competitions are in progress. As previously noted, Tortimer dons a mask and becomes Cornimer during the Acorn Festival, where he will trade you rare items from the Mushroom Series for corresponding amounts of acorns. During this time, each player can trade acorns for items multiple times, or at least until all of the Mushroom items have been obtained. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| p. -- Wendell -- (F-116) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Wendell the walrus is the stereotypical starving artist of the game. When he appears in your town from 6:00am to Midnight on a random weekday, he will be in search of anything edible. His voracious appetite can be satisfied by a number of items that you must collect and feed to him. These items include both freshwater and saltwater fish, fruit, acorns, and White Turnips. Wendell will reward you with a special pattern based on what type of food you gave him. Most of these patterns are of the environmental variety, and are meant to be placed on the ground outside. Indeed, Wendell's patterns are often used in the making of an "urban world" or a "concrete jungle" theme for your town. Since the pattern Wendell gives you is determined by the type of item you give him, and because many of these items are available at different times of the year (or not at all in the case of some fruits you may not have in town yet), Wendell's patterns are seasonal. Here is the list of all of his 32 patterns and what you must give him to obtain them. O=============================================================================O | Name of Pattern | Type of Food Given | O======================================o======================================O | Footprints | Char | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Overhead View A | Catfish | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Overhead View B | Giant Snakehead | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Overhead View C | Pond Smelt | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Overhead View D | Gar | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Puddle | Crawfish/Frog/Killifish | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Checkpoint 1 | Salmon | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Checkpoint 2 | King Salmon | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | North/South Road | Freshwater Fish Other than the Above | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | East/West Road | Freshwater Fish Other than the Above | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | South/East Curve | Freshwater Fish Other than the Above | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | South/West Curve | Freshwater Fish Other than the Above | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | North/West Curve | Freshwater Fish Other than the Above | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | North/Wast Curve | Freshwater Fish Other than the Above | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Intersection | Freshwater Fish Other than the Above | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Crosswalk | Freshwater Fish Other than the Above | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Stones | Barred Knifejaw | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Fossil Dummy | Coelacanth | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Storm Drain | Shark/Hammerhead Shark/Ocean Sunfish | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Stop Sign | Saltwater Fish Other than the Above | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | No Entry Sign | Saltwater Fish Other than the Above | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Right Turn Sign | Saltwater Fish Other than the Above | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Left Turn Sign | Saltwater Fish Other than the Above | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Exclamation Sign | Saltwater Fish Other than the Above | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | No U-Turn Sign | Saltwater Fish Other than the Above | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | House This Way | Saltwater Fish Other than the Above | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Town Hall This Way | Saltwater Fish Other than the Above | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Museum This Way | Saltwater Fish Other than the Above | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Speed Boost | Coconut | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Brick Box | Orange/Cherry/Apple/Peach/Pear | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | ? Box | Acorn | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Down Stairs | White Turnip | O=============================================================================O =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 2. Miscellaneous Characters (F-200) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Characters classified as "miscellaneous" do not appear in the hierarchy of special visitors but, rather, work in town or visit The Roost only. During their visit, no special visitors will appear. Note that after receiving Resetti you must enter and exit a building before another special visitor will appear in town. A few of the miscellaneous characters listed in this section experience episodes. These are special dialogue sequences in which they reveal information about their lives. In order to trigger subsequent episodes, you must witness the first episode. However, if you miss the day of the first episode, you can still hear it on the next day ocassionally. Four days separate the first and second episodes. Three days separate the subsequent episodes. The below table summarizes the dates of the episodes, who experiences them, and the number of episodes there are for that character. O=============================================================================O | Date(s) of Episode | Characters Involved | Number of Episodes | O==============================o========================o=====================O | 2nd Wednesday of January | Mabel and Sable | 7 Episodes | |------------------------------+------------------------+---------------------| | 2nd Sunday of February | Tom Nook | 6 Episodes | |------------------------------+------------------------+---------------------| | 2nd Saturday of March | Pelly and Phyllis | 6 Episodes | |------------------------------+------------------------+---------------------| | 1st Sunday of April | Blathers | 6 Episodes | |------------------------------+------------------------+---------------------| | 4th Saturday of April | Mabel and Sable | 3 Episodes | |------------------------------+------------------------+---------------------| | 2nd Tuesday of May | Tom Nook | 3 Episodes | |------------------------------+------------------------+---------------------| | 4th Sunday of May | Blathers | 4 Episodes | |------------------------------+------------------------+---------------------| | 2nd Saturday of June | Pelly and Phyllis | 4 Episodes | |------------------------------+------------------------+---------------------| | 4th Friday of June | Pelly and Phyllis | 4 Episodes | |------------------------------+------------------------+---------------------| | 2nd Thursday of July | Blathers | 3 Episodes | |------------------------------+------------------------+---------------------| | 4th Sunday of July | Mabel and Sable | 4 Episodes | |------------------------------+------------------------+---------------------| | 2nd Saturday of August | Tom Nook | 4 Episodes | |------------------------------+------------------------+---------------------| | 4th Friday of August | Pelly and Phyllis | 6 Episodes | |------------------------------+------------------------+---------------------| | 3rd Saturday of September | Tom Nook | 3 Episodes | |------------------------------+------------------------+---------------------| | 1st Friday of October | Blathers | 4 Episodes | |------------------------------+------------------------+---------------------| | 3rd Thursday of October | Mabel and Sable | 4 Episodes | |------------------------------+------------------------+---------------------| | 1st Saturday of November | Tom Nook | 5 Episodes | |------------------------------+------------------------+---------------------| | 4th Thursday of November | Pelly and Phyllis | 6 Episodes | |------------------------------+------------------------+---------------------| | 3rd Saturday of December | Blathers | 5 Episodes | O=============================================================================O In order to trigger these episodes, you must have spoken with the appropriate characters previously. Mabel and Sable episodes can only be witnessed after you have befriended Sable. You need to have unlocked Nookington's to hear Tom Nook's musings. You must talk to Pete after you have shot him down with the slingshot at least once to enable the Pelly and Phyllis episodes. Before Brewster starts his episodes, you must talk to both the bartender and Celeste. For a transcript of the dialogue in each episode, see Liquefy's Episode FAQ at the following URL. http://www.gamefaqs.com/portable/ds/file/920786/44202 _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| a. -- The Able Sisters -- (F-201) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯ Mabel and Sable are two hedgehogs that run the town clothing store, The Able Sisters' Shop. Mabel functions as a cashier and a sales attendant in dealing with customers, while Sable sews all of the designs that appear in the shop. Where Mabel is friendly and outgoing, Sable is reticent and at first, will continually brush you off to focus on her work. If you visit the shop for a consecutive number of days, Sable will eventually warm up to you. Becoming Sable's friend is one of several such easter eggs in the game. Doing so allows for Mabel and Sable's episodes to start. These will occur on the 2nd Wednesday of January (seven episodes), 4th Saturday of April (three episodes), on the 4th Sunday of July (four episodes), and on the 3rd Thursday of October (4 epsiodes). For a detailed summary of these episodes, including the dialogue leading up to Sable becoming friends with you, consult Liquefy's Episode FAQ. The URL is near the top of this section. During the dialogues you will find many interesting tidbits of information, including that both the sisters are orphans, with Sable being ten years Mabel's senior. Most of the dialogue revolves around the childhoods of the sisters. Being the older one, Sable will remember much more than Mabel. In addition to offering you the items on sale in the store, Mabel allows you to create your own clothing patterns that you may display in the store. She gives you the option to either save, swap, design, or take a pattern. If you choose to display the pattern in the store, your villagers may begin to wear your pattern. If they move to another town, they can spread the pattern to villagers there. Patterns may also be used in a variety of ways, as covered under "The Able Sisters' Shop". The clothing and accessories available at the shop will change daily. Clothing patterns are seasonal and will appear in their designated seasons. Clothing is also assigned a genre. If a villager wants a clothing item, they will love an item from their favorite genre, but may not accept an item from their least favorite genre. You can also sell your items to Mabel. Note that unlike Tom Nook, who will accept virtually any item, items that can be sold at the Able Sisters' are limited to clothing shirts, accessories, and flowers. Note that there was a rumor going around about the existence of a "Sable's Pic" item. Supposedly, she gave you the pic when she became friends with you. This is just a myth that perpetuated from false information in the Nintendo guide. No such item exists. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| b. -- Blathers -- (F-202) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Blathers is a long-winded brown owl who is the Curator of the town Museum. Having taken his correspondence course, Blathers is finally qualified to identify fossils for you. He will also tell you a wide range of information about any other items of the four collections (fish, insects, paintings, and fossils) that you may wish to donate. Often, he becomes wrapped up in his lectures and rambles on and on. Oddly, Blathers detests bugs. They make him squeamish. He will handle any new insect you give him with great reluctance and comment on the disgusting nature of insects. Blathers being an owl, this may seem a bit odd. However, Blathers quite fancies fish. When you donate a new fish to the Museum, Blathers will often give cooking recipes about it. Although his insect phobia is quite uncharacteristic for his species, Blathers will remain true to his owl nature in that he will often fall asleep during the day. Just speak to him to wake him up. His sister Celeste, who runs the Observatory, will do the exact same thing. Blathers is also a character that experiences episodes. These occur on the 1st Sunday of April (six episodes), the 4th Sunday of May (four episodes), the 2nd Thursday of July (three episodes), the 1st Friday of October (four episodes), and on the 3rd Saturday of December (five episodes). Consult Liquefy's Episode FAQ for a transcript of these dialogues. They often revolve around Blathers' relationship with Brewster, the bartender who runs the Roost. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| c. -- Booker and Copper -- (F-203) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Booker and Copper are two guard dogs that control your Town Gate. Booker, on the left, is disorganized and seems caught in his own world sometimes. Nevertheless, he is in charge of several important duties. First and foremost is his job to report all sightings of special visitors. He seems to notice any visitor that may visit through the Main Gate, but he will miss Pascal, Pete, and Gulliver, who arrive in less conventional fashion (washing up on shore or crashlanding in the middle of town). He will also miss visits from working visitors to The Roost, although they are not visitors in this sense. Talk to him to know if any other visitor has entered your town. He also is in charge of the lost and found, where all "lost" items go. The items here increase periodically until the box is full, causing new items to displace the older ones. You may claim any item you want even if it is not yours; Booker being the lax police officer that he is will not give you any trouble about it. Also, talk to Booker if you wish to change the town flag to a different pattern you've created. Copper, the officer on the right, is Booker's opposite. He is always alert, ready, and on task. His job is to control the flow of traffic during any type of multiplayer play. He will allow you to visit other towns either over wireless LAN or the Wi-Fi network. Alternatively, you can also have Copper open your gates so that you may host visitors. More information is available under "Communication". _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| d. -- Brewster -- (F-204) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Brewster is a pidgeon who serves as the bartender at the Roost. He is a character who'll give Sable a run for her money in the taciturn department. When you first speak to him, he will say little more than a few words. Talk to him over a consecutive number of days (while buying coffee) and he'll open up to you. He will offer more blends of coffee and will tell you about them with great enthusiasm. Although he does open up as Sable does, he does not have episodes. Coffee comes in a number of different flavors and, interestingly, at a few different temperatures at well. The most famous of these is the pigeon blend. Generally you may purchase one cup of joe daily for 200 bells. However, you may get a second cup if you purchase the first one in the morning and the second in the evening. Note that you cannot have coffee while your gates are open. Perhaps Brewster is too busy entertaining your guests? _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| e. -- Celeste -- (F-205) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Celeste is a pink owl who runs the Observatory. She is also Blathers' younger sister. They share many of the same tendencies, including falling asleep during the day. When you talk to Celeste, she'll give you the option to design constellations. Unfortunately, Blathers purchased a discounted star chart for her that lacked constellations. You can connect the dots and form your own constellations instead. Note that there is a limit on size. You will see these at night. Depending on when they are viewed, you will see a different section of the sky featuring a combination of the constellations you created. Celeste will tell you when your constellations are best viewed. Many players believe that you can become friends with Celeste by selecting the "You're cute!" option over several consecutive days. This is a fabrication. You can never become "friends" with Celeste, nor will she ever reveal more information about herself or experience episodes. Only one player may visit the Observatory at a time when the player's gates are open. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| f. -- Harriet -- (F-206) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Harriet is a pink poodle that operates Shampoodle, the hair salon that opens up once Nookington's is unlocked. Harriet will cut your hair for 3,000 bells. She offers eight different cuts per gender, with several colors available as well. After you have had 16 haircuts with her, Harriet will offer you what she calls a "pixie cut". This is a haircut of the opposite gender. Note that attaining these haircuts is not based on friendship, but on the raw number of haircuts you've had total. For information on all of these cuts, see "Shampoodle: Harriet's Hair Salon". Once you have unlocked Nookington's, and with it Shampoodle, Harriet may appear at the Roost. She may stop by from 11:00pm to Midnight on a random weekday. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| g. -- Kapp'n -- (F-207) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ In Animal Crossing for GameCube, Kapp'n navigated the water for you when you wanted to visit the town island. On the way, he sang sea songs that were more than a little creepy. In Wild World, Kapp'n is a taxi driver. You will begin the game as his passenger. Kapp'n will ask you a series of questions that determine all of the game's basics: your name, your town's name, the location of your house, and aspects of your facial features, among other things. For a list of these questions and how your answers affect your new life, see "Beginning the Game". After dropping you off at the Town Hall, you may think that you'll never see Kapp'n the snapping turtle (a Kappa in Japanese folklore) again. Wrong. He'll appear at the Roost for a cup of coffee and a chat from Noon to 1:30pm or 2:30pm to 4pm at any time of the week. As creepy as his songs may have been, wait until he hits on you-- if your character is a girl, that is! _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| h. -- Mom -- (F-208) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Although she is not a character that appears in the game, the influence of your Mom can be felt. She will send you letters on a semi-frequent basis that deal with how you are doing, what things are like back home, and how your father is doing. Your Mom will always be sending advice, but you can never write back to her. On special occasions, Mom may send you a gift. For example, on New Year's Day you will receive 10,000 bells from her. This is often exploited by time traverlers, who advance the clock to January first and wait for the 10,000 bells to arrive in the mail. Mom's gifts don't end with money; she may send you foreign fruit as well. She will mention the importance of a "fruit-only diet" and send you a piece of fruit that is not native to your town. If you are without Wi-Fi, this is a good way to get foreign fruit (although writing to your villagers works doubly well). Eventually, you can receive every piece of foreign fruit, although I am unsure as to whether the Coconut can be obtained in this way. Mom's letters to you are also useful in predicting when the season will change. A letter warning you to wear sun block will herald summer, while another letter warning against chills will signal that winter's about to begin. Aside from seasons, her letters may also come near the times of other special events. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| i. -- Resetti -- (F-209) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Resetti is a fearsome mole with a fiery temper. He appears only under special circumstances: when you power off your game without saving. There is no way to avoid the unpleasant encounter with Resetti to come; he'll burrow through pavement and patterns alike. He will meet you outside of your house the next time you boot up the game after resetting. However, he will usually not appear if there was an ¯ during while playing DS to DS or over Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. The gruff mole apparently works for the "Reset Intervention Bureau", which is some sort of organization against resetting. Since the original Animal Crossing, Resetti has appeared after you failed to save properly. The game is meant to be saved before you quit playing, otherwise your progress will be lost; it was also meant to be played without time travel, although slight allowances of a few hours were made. The first few times you reset, Resetti will come to have a chat with you. Upon the fourth time you reset, he will force you to type up some sort of apology on the keyboard. These are often insults against yourself which Resetti enjoys hearing for his own enjoyment. There are 16 different apologies that you may be forced to type with perfect capitalization and punctuation (God forbid!). The apology will be taken from the following list. 1. Forgive me. 2. Hail Resetti! 3. I love to save. 4. I need help! 5. I'm a cheater. 6. I'm dirt. DIRT! (One space after the period) 7. I'm a loser. 8. I'm so dumb! 9. I'm so sorry. 10. It's my fault. 11. My apologies. 12. Never again! 13. No cheating! 14. Resetti rules! 15. Save! SAVE! (One space after the first exclamation mark) 16. So sorry! After you have correctly typed your apology, Resetti will ask you if you were really sincere when you made it. Move the cursor to "Really sorry!" to please him. Note that in the original Animal Crossing, there was a point in one of the Resetti dialogues when the screen went black for a few seconds. Many players thought that Resetti was corrupting their save data or even ruining their games as a consequence for resetting, when in reality it was just a scare tactic that did no harm to your game. Fortunately, the angry mole will refrain from the same tactics in Wild World. You may also see Resetti at the Roost. He may appear from 2:30pm to 4:00pm on a Sunday. Also, it has been reported that you may also receive a note in a bottle from the "Alliance Against Resetting". Does Resetti's influence really extend so far that he's taken control over Tag Mode? Only the game developers and skilled hackers may know.... Note that after you receive a visit from Resetti, you must enter and exit a building in order for special visitors to appear in your town regularly again. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| j. -- Rover -- (F-210) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Players of the GameCube version of Animal Crossing may fondly remember Rover, who played the same role as Kapp'n does in Wild World. He met you on the train and arranged Tom Nook to help you find your own place, regardless of how mean you were to him in answering his questions. Now he will only appear at the Roost between the hours of Noon to 1:30pm or 2:30pm to 4pm, all week. Rover will often talk about traveling and seeing the world. He'll tell you that he once met a person with your name, and then he'll wonder what ever became of that person. Rover will also enquire about Blanca, the mysterious white cat that he wishes to see again. As dictated by his name, Rover is a traveler that visits all sorts of different towns. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| k. -- Pelly and Phyllis -- (F-211) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Pelly and Phyllis are a pair of pelicans that work at the Town Hall. Pelly, a kind white pelican, will work the hours of 7:00am to 10:00pm, while Phyllis, the grumpy purple pelican, will work between 10:00pm to 7:00am. When you have guests in your town, both sisters will be working. Pelly will take the right hand (Post Office) window and Phyllis will take the left hand (Civic Center) window when your gates are open. More information about the functions of these windows is under "The Town Hall", "The Civic Center", and "The Post Office" respectively. Pelly or Phyllis will present you with the Golden Can when you have maintained a perfect town status for sixteen days. Pelly and Phyllis, although sisters, are polar opposites of each other. Pelly is kind and caring. She'll go about her duties with professionalism, while treating you with respect. Phyllis is the stereotypical worthless employee who insults the customer under her breath. She'll express her displeasure over everything you do. She even appears to dislike living in town. Pelly and Phyllis both work long hours behind the counter of the Town Hall, but you can spot them out from behind it once in a while. Pelly will visit the Roost from 6:00am to 6:55am, all week. Phyllis will drop by from 9:00pm to 9:55pm, on Sunday to Fridays. Notice that the end times of each character's visit is just five minutes before their shift starts. What busy leaves these two sisters lead! See Liquefy's Episode FAQ for more information on these episodes. Its URL is listed at the top of this section. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| l. -- Timmy and Tommy -- (F-212) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Timmy and Tommy are enlisted to run the second floor of the store when Tom Nook expands to Nookington's. Although originally thought to be Tom Nook's children, they have been confirmed to be his cousins. Both Timmy and Tommy can perform the same functions as their uncle can: you can sell items to them, check turnip prices, order items for you, and sell items to you. Timmy and Tommy talk as a duo. One's speech will be slightly behind that of the other. Since there are two raccoons to help you on the second floor, Timmy and Tommy may seem to be following you around the store incessantly, even more so than their father does downstairs. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| m. -- Tom Nook -- (F-213) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Tom Nook is an entrepreneur who owns his own shop in town. You will likely spend hours at his shop buying and selling items. As you buy and sell more items there, Tom Nook will gather up the funds to expand, until he has attained department store status in the form of Nookington's. As Tom Nook benefits, so do you. You will have more selection of items to choose from, your store status will increase, earning you gifts and discounts, and the odds that Nook will have rare spotlight items will increase. When Tom Nook opens Nookington's you'll notice that he has recruited his nephews, Timmy and Tommy Nookling, to work for him on the second floor. He has also added Shampoodle, a hair salon where Harriet the poodle will be your hair stylist. Timmy and Tommy were once thought to be Tom Nook's children who he forced to work (does this game just disregard child labor laws?), but a dialogue with Nook disproved this theory, stating that they were his nephews. Tom Nook's projects don't end with the store. Tom is a rather ambitious raccoon (Tanuki, actually) who also monopolizes the real estate market in town. Your first house belongs to Nook, and you will have to pay him mortgage payments to become debt free or to expand your house. These mortgage payments do not go towards the shop's expansions, although rest assured they must be making Tom Nook a very happy raccoon. As many working characters in Wild World do, Tom Nook also has episodes where he reveals more about his past to you. These occur on the 2nd Sunday of February (six episodes), the 2nd Tuesday of May (three episodes), on the 2nd Saturday of August (four episodes), on the 3rd Saturday of September (three episodes), and on the 1st Saturday of November (five episodes). Tom Nook's episodes often center around his beginnings as an entrepreneur. Consult Liquefy's Episode FAQ for more information. The URL is listed at the top of this section. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| n. -- Wishy the Star -- (F-214) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Wishy, like Mom, is a character that does not appear physically in the game. You will only hear of Wishy in letters sent to you. On some nights, which can be either clear or cloudy, you'll see a shooting star in the sky. Press the A Button or tap the character while you are not holding a tool or umbrella quickly and your character will wish upon the star. This will consist of a bow towards the star (similar to the signs of recognition given by villagers of the Cranky personality when you bow to one of them). You will have a brief time window in which to wish on the star. If you managed to bow, that means you were successful. Shooting stars are accompanied by a unique sound that sets them apart from other items in the sky, such as balloons with presents attached to them. Unlike balloons, they will often appear in sequence (on days when you have a meteor shower), which means that if you missed the chance to bow to the first star, you will still need to be prepared for the next one. There is some debate as to the schedule of such shooting stars. On some nights you may be able to find a few shooting stars, which may mean that they follow a fixed schedule. They have been reported throughout the night, and many times during nights with a meteor shower. After bowing to the star, you will receive a letter in the mail with a gift attached. The gift will always be a rare spotlight item, which is available in Tom Nook's Shop occasionally. The letter will be signed "Wishy the Star". Note that no matter how many times you shoot down Wishy, you will only receive one gift per night. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 3. Villagers (F-300) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= The above two sections covered special visitors as well as working (miscellaneous) characters. This section deals with your villagers and neighbors. Interaction with your villagers is a vital part of the game, and there are several special features associated with doing so. There are 150 villagers in the game, along with six special monkey villagers. This section deals with them. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| a. -- Villager Personalities -- (F-301) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Villagers are sorted into six main personality types. The personality of a villager will determine not only the temerpament of the animal, but how long the animal stays awake. Three personality types are present in females, while the other three are present in males. - Cranky: They're always yelling, sleep in real late, insult others, and complain often. Present in males. [Awake 10:00AM to 4:30AM] - Jock: Are always talking about sports and their own muscles. Will challenge you to contests often. Often good natured, but will get angry if you refuse a challenge. Present in males. {Awake 6:30AM to 2:00AM] - Peppy: Super happy animals that may challenge you to contests. Present in females. [Awake 7:00AM to 2:30AM] - Lazy: Don't do much other than sleep and eat. Though they talk about it, they may not sleep in as long as other personalities. Present in males. [Awake 8:00AM to 1:30AM] - Snooty: They insult you, constantly talk about how beautiful they are, and whine over clothes constantly. Present in females. [Awake 9:00AM to 3:30AM] - Normal: Supposedly average, this is present only in females, but is fairly rare. Some talk about how crazy others are, but don't forget that normality is always defined in the context of others. These animals don't seem very typical. [Awake 5:00AM to 1:00AM] A note that all of these personalities talk slightly differently. Just try out the Animalese language and you'll note small variations in tone in both males and females. All 150 villagers are classified according to personality along with a number of different factors in the next section. Animals are further divided into categories based on their interests. One animal in town will constantly challenge you to insect-catching contests. One will challenge you to a race to catch fish first. Another will be on the hunt for fossils much of the time. Other villagers may ask you tho help them collect shells. More information on the interests of villagers is found under "Animal Interactions". _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| b. -- Villager Index -- (F-302) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ The following is a rather large list of all the villagers in the game. The list includes the villager's name, species, gender, personality, birthday (month/day), catchphrase (what he/she says at the end of a sentence), the shirt he/she will be wearing, his/her favorite (top line) and least favorite (bottom line) clothing genre, and the music that plays in his/her house. Enjoy! Note: Villagers are sorted by species, and within an individual species by alpha. O=========================================================O | Alligators | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Alfonso | M | Lazy | 06/09 | it's a me | Lil Bro's | Strange | Forest | | | | | | | Shirt | Dressy | Life | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Alli | F | Snooty | 11/08 | graaagh | Leopard | Quiet | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Fresh | Chorale | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Anteaters | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Anabelle | F | Peppy | 02/01 | snorty | Tropcal | Pretty | Aloha | | | | | | | Shirt | Strange | K.K. | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Antonio | M | Jock | 01/02 | honk | Big Star | Quiet | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Novel | Faire | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Cyrano | M | Cranky | 03/09 | ah-CHOO | Dawn | Quiet | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Dressy | Faire | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Pango | F | Peppy | 11/09 | snooooof | Subdued | Showy | K.K. | | | | | | | Print | Attract | Casbah | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Bears | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Chow | M | Cranky | 07/02 | aiya | Star | Novel | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Pretty | Steppe | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Curt | M | Cranky | 07/01 | fuzzball | MVP Shirt | Quiet | K.K. | | | | | | | | Strange | Jazz | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Pinky | F | Peppy | 09/09 | wah | Dazed | Pretty | Imprial | | | | | | | Shirt | Showy | K.K. | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Teddy | M | Jock | 09/02 | grooof | Club | Fresh | Mr. | | | | | | | Shirt | Strange | K.K. | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Birds | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Anchovy | M | Lazy | 03/04 | chuurp | Earthy | Strange | K.K. | | | | | | | Knit | Dressy | Ragtime | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Jay | M | Jock | 07/17 | heeeeey | Six Ball | Showy | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Fresh | Waltz | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Jitters | M | Jock | 02/02 | bzzert | Latin | Fresh | K.K. | | | | | | | Uniform | Pretty | Samba | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Robin | F | Snooty | 12/04 | La-di-da | Kiwi | Fresh | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Tsteful | Bossa | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Twiggy | F | Peppy | 07/13 | cheepers | Barber | Novel | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Quiet | Calypso | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Bulls | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Angus | M | Cranky | 04/30 | macmoo | Flame | Tsteful | Senor | | | | | | | Shirt | Pop | K.K. | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Rodeo | M | Lazy | 10/29 | Zzzzzzzz... | Beatnik | Showy | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Pretty | Gumbo | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Cats | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Bob | M | Lazy | 01/01 | pthhpth | Blossom | Attract | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Dressy | Ragtime | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Kabuki | M | Cranky | 11/29 | meooo-OH | Misty | Tsteful | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Pop | Folk | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Kid Cat | M | Jock | 08/01 | psst | No. 1 | Attract | Go K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Quiet | Rider! | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Kiki | F | Normal | 10/08 | kittycat | Dapper | Quiet | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Showy | Country | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Mitzi | F | Normal | 09/25 | mew | Gumdrop | Fresh | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Novel | Swing | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Moe | M | Lazy | 01/12 | myawn | BB Shirt | Novel | K.K. | | | | | | | | Fresh | Ragtime | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Monique | F | Snooty | 09/30 | pffffft | Grape | Pretty | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Attract | Swing | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Olivia | F | Snooty | 02/03 | purr | Floral | Dressy | 2 Days | | | | | | | Knit | Strange | Ago | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Punchy | M | Lazy | 04/11 | mrmpht | Gray | Pop | K.K. | | | | | | | Tartan | Showy | Love Sg | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Purrl | F | Snooty | 05/29 | kitten | Asian | Pop | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Showy | Swing | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Rosie | F | Peppy | 02/27 | silly | Dazed | Pretty | Rockin' | | | | | | | Shirt | Strange | K.K. | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Tabby | F | Peppy | 08/13 | me-WOW | Bone | Novel | To The | | | | | | | Shirt | Fresh | Edge | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Tangy | F | Peppy | 06/17 | reeeeOWR | Chain Gang| Pop | Senor | | | | | | | Shirt | Strange | K.K. | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Chickens | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Benedict | M | Lazy | 10/10 | uh-hoo | Two Ball | Strange | I Love | | | | | | | Shirt | Attract | You | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Egbert | M | Lazy | 10/14 | doodle-duh | Swell | Quiet | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Novel | Techpop | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Goose | M | Jock | 10/04 | buh-kay | Tropical | Strange | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Tsteful | Country | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Chipmunks | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Agent S | F | Peppy | 07/02 | sidekick | No. Two | Attract | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Dressy | Cruisin'| |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Blaire | F | Snooty | 07/03 | nutlet | Peachy | Dressy | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Attract | Jazz | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Caroline | F | Normal | 07/15 | hulaaaa | Gelato | Showy | DJ K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Tsteful | | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Filbert | M | Lazy | 06/03 | bucko | Vogue Top | Strange | Two Days| | | | | | | | Showy | Ago | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Mint | F | Snooty | 05/02 | ahhhhh | Gumdrop | Attract | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Strange | Soul | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Nibbles | F | Peppy | 07/19 | niblet | Watermlon | Pretty | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Quiet |Techpop | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Peanut | F | Peppy | 06/08 | slacker | Beatnik | Pop | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Quiet | Salsa | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Pecan | F | Snooty | 09/10 | chipmunk | Red Check | Dressy | Cafe | | | | | | | Shirt | Tsteful | K.K. | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Sally | F | Normal | 06/19 | nutmeg | Icy Shirt | Pretty | K.K. | | | | | | | | Attract | Fusion | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Static | M | Cranky | 07/09 | krzzt | Melon | Showy | Surfin' | | | | | | | Shirt | Pretty | K.K. | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Cows | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Patty | F | Peppy | 05/10 | how now | Flame | Tsteful | Senor | | | | | | | Shirt | Pop | K.K. | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Tipper | F | Snooty | 08/25 | pushy | Citrus | Pretty | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Quiet | Calypso | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Dogs | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Biskit | M | Lazy | 05/13 | dawg | Deep Blue | Fresh | K.K. | | | | | | | Tee | Strange | Mambo | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Bones | M | Lazy | 08/04 | yip yip | Caveman | Tsteful | K.K. | | | | | | | Tunic | Showy | Ragtime | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Butch | M | Cranky | 11/01 | ROOOOOWF | Arctic | Attract | K.K. | | | | | | | Camo | Pretty | Fusion | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Daisy | F | Normal | 11/16 | bow-WOW | Kiddie | Quiet | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Attract | Soul | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Goldie | F | Normal | 12/27 | woof | Red Check | Dressy | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Novel | Bossa | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Lucky | M | Lazy | 11/04 | mrr-owch | No. 23 | Attract | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Novel | Dirge | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Portia | F | Snooty | 10/25 | ruffian | Polar | Showy | Cafe | | | | | | | Fleece | Tsteful | K.K. | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Walker | M | Lazy | 06/10 | wuh | No. 67 | Quiet | Two Days| | | | | | | Shirt | Novel | Ago | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Ducks | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Bill | M | Jock | 02/01 | quacko | No. 2 | Fresh | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Quiet | Reggae | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Deena | F | Normal | 06/27 | sugarbill | Kiddie | Quiet | Mr. | | | | | | | Shirt | Novel | K.K. | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Derwin | M | Lazy | 05/25 | derrrr | Yellow Bar| Attract | The K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Dressy | Funk | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Drake | M | Lazy | 06/25 | quacko | Folk | Quiet | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Showy | Blues | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Freckles | F | Peppy | 02/19 | ducky | Bright | Tsteful | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Novel | Song | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Joey | M | Lazy | 01/03 | bleeeeeck | No. 3 | Strange | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Pretty | Lament | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Maelle | F | Snooty | 04/08 | duckling | Heart | Dressy | Cafe | | | | | | | Shirt | Tsteful | K.K. | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Mallary | F | Snooty | 11/17 | quackpot | Blue Strp | Dressy | K.K. | | | | | | | Knit | Tsteful | Bossa | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Pate | F | Peppy | 02/23 | quackie | Winter | Pretty | K.K. | | | | | | | Sweater | Tsteful | Dirge | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Pompom | F | Peppy | 02/11 | rah rah | No. 4 | Dressy | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Strange | Jazz | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Eagles | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Amelia | F | Snooty | 11/19 | eaglet | Spiderweb | Showy | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Quiet | Condor | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Apollo | M | Cranky | 07/04 | pah | Zipper | Strange | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Pop | Gospel | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Pierce | M | Jock | 01/08 | hawkeye | Circus | Quiet | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Dressy | Etude | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Elephants | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Big Top | M | Lazy | 10/03 | villain | No. 3 | Attract | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Fresh | Metal | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Dizzy | M | Lazy | 07/14 | woo-oo | No. 5 | Showy | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Tsteful | Gumbo | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Eloise | F | Snooty | 12/08 | tooot | Yellow Bar| Showy | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Tsteful | Jazz | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Margie | F | Normal | 01/28 | tootie | Hot Spring| Showy | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Strange | Bossa | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Opal | F | Snooty | 01/20 | snoot | Gray | Showy | Forest | | | | | | | Tartan | Attract | Life | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Frogs | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Camofrog | M | Cranky | 06/05 | ten-hut | MVP Shirt | Showy | K.K. | | | | | | | | Fresh | Rock | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Drift | M | Jock | 10/09 | brah | No.67 | Strange | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Novel | Country | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Frobert | M | Jock | 02/08 | fribbit | Gracie's | Novel | My | | | | | | | Top | Quiet | Place | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Jeremiah | M | Lazy | 07/08 | nee-deep | Sunset | Quiet | K.K. | | | | | | | Top | Showy | Mambo | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Lily | F | Normal | 02/04 | toady | Icy Shirt | Fresh | K.K. | | | | | | | | Attract | Salsa | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Puddles | F | Peppy | 01/13 | splish | Lovely | Pretty | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Tsteful | Ballad | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Ribbot | M | Jock | 02/13 | zzrrbbitt | Lightning | Novel | Go K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Tsteful | Rider! | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Wart Jr. | M | Cranky | 08/21 | grr-ribbit | Sharp | Tsteful | To The | | | | | | | Outfit | Pretty | Edge | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Goats | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Chevre | F | Normal | 03/06 | la baa | Natty | Pretty | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Attract | Chorale | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Nan | F | Normal | 08/24 | kid | Citrus | Fresh | Steep | | | | | | | Gingham | Showy | Hill | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Gorillas | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Boone | M | Jock | 09/12 | baboom | Comfy | Attract | K.K. | | | | | | | Sweater | Pop | Western | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Cesar | M | Cranky | 09/06 | highness | A Shirt | Quiet | K.K. | | | | | | | | Showy | Lament | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Peewee | M | Cranky | 09/11 | li'l dude | Five-Ball | Attract | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Fresh | Casbah | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Hippos | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Rocco | M | Cranky | 08/18 | hippie | Danger | Strange | Lucky | | | | | | | Shirt | Dressy | K.K. | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Horses | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Buck | M | Jock | 04/04 | pardner | Eight-Ball| Attract | My | | | | | | | Shirt | Quiet | Place | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Elmer | M | Lazy | 10/05 | tenderfoot | Gaudy | Strange | K.K. | | | | | | | Sweater | Pretty | Waltz | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Roscoe | M | Cranky | 06/16 | nay | Checkered | Strange | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Fresh | Dirge | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Savannah | F | Normal | 01/25 | y'all | Deep Blue | Dressy | Forest | | | | | | | Tee | Pretty | Life | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Victoria | F | Peppy | 07/11 | sugarcube | 1-Ball | Pretty | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Strange | Country | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Kangaroos | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Kitt | F | Normal | 10/11 | child | Black | Fresh | K.K. | | | | | | | Dmond Top | Pop | Chorale | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Mathilda | F | Snooty | 11/12 | wee baby | U R Here | Quiet | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Pretty | Ragtime | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Koalas | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Alice | F | Normal | 08/19 | guvnor | Barber | Pop | Surfin' | | | | | | | Shirt | Tsteful | K.K. | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Melba | F | Normal | 04/12 | toasty | Green | Pretty | K.K. | | | | | | | Vest | Strange | Ragtime | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Yuka | F | Snooty | 07/20 | tsk tsk | Citrus | Dressy | K.K. | | | | | | | Gingham | Attract | Gospel | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Lions | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Bud | M | Jock | 08/08 | maaan | Flowery | Attract | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Fresh | Ska | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Elvis | M | Cranky | 07/23 | unh-hunh | Royal | Quiet | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Pretty | Casbah | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Mice | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Bella | F | Peppy | 12/02 | eeks | Skull | Novel | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Fresh | Metal | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Bree | F | Snooty | 07/07 | cheeseball | Floral | Fresh | Two Days| | | | | | | Knit | Showy | Ago | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Dora | F | Normal | 02/18 | squeaky | Sharp | Fresh | K.K. | | | | | | | Outift | Novel | Gospel | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Limberg | M | Cranky | 10/17 | squinky | Subdued | Pop | K.K. | | | | | | | Print | Pretty | Folk | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Rod | M | Jock | 08/14 | ace | Zipper | Attract | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Quiet | March | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Samson | M | Jock | 07/05 | pipsqueak | Airy | Pop | Go K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Novel | Rider! | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Octopii | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Marina | F | Normal | 06/26 | blurp | Bubble | Pretty | K.K. | | | | | | | Gum Shirt | Tsteful | Gospel | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Octavian | M | Cranky | 09/20 | sucker | Big Star | Pop | K.K. D | | | | | | | Shirt | Dressy | & B | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Ostriches | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Gladys | F | Normal | 01/15 | stretch | Misty | Quiet | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Showy | Folk | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Queenie | F | Snooty | 11/13 | chicken | Laced | Novel | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Showy | Gumbo | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Penguins | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Aurora | F | Normal | 01/27 | b-b-baby | Pink | Pop | K.K. | | | | | | | Tartan | Showy | Gumbo | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Cube | M | Lazy | 01/29 | d-d-dude | Big Dot | Pretty | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Attract | Techpop | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Friga | F | Snooty | 10/16 | brrrmph | Picnic | Attract | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Pop | Tango | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Gwen | F | Snooty | 01/23 | h-h-h-hon | Yellow | Dressy | Cafe | | | | | | | Bolero | Pop | K.K. | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Hopper | M | Cranky | 04/06 | slushie | Dragon | Tsteful | Lucky | | | | | | | Shirt | Pretty | K.K. | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Roald | M | Jock | 01/05 | b-b-buddy | Cafe | Strange | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Quiet | Parade | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Pigs | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Curly | M | Jock | 07/26 | nyoink | Green Bar | Pop | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Attract | Reggae | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Hugh | M | Lazy | 12/30 | snortle | Jade Check| Dressy | K.K. | | | | | | | Print | Showy | Mambo | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Lucy | F | Normal | 06/02 | snoooink | Natty | Pretty | Comrade | | | | | | | Shirt | Attract | K.K. | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Rasher | M | Cranky | 04/07 | swine | Rugby | Tsteful | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Pretty | Faire | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Truffles | F | Peppy | 07/28 | snoutie | Turnip | Pretty | Two Days| | | | | | | Top | Quiet | Ago | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Rabbits | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Bunnie | F | Peppy | 05/09 | tee-hee | Jade Check| Showy | K.K. | | | | | | | Print | Strange | Aria | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Coco | F | Normal | 03/01 | doyoing | Dawn | Tsteful | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Showy | Dirge | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Dotty | F | Peppy | 03/14 | wee one | Black Chek| Dressy | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Attract | Techpop | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Gabi | F | Peppy | 12/16 | honeybun | Waffle | Pretty | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Strange | Love Sg | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Gaston | M | Cranky | 10/28 | mon chou | Swell | Tsteful | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Pretty | Dirge | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Genji | M | Jock | 01/21 | otaku | Misty | Tsteful | King | | | | | | | Shirt | Novel | K.K. | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Pippy | F | Peppy | 06/14 | li'l hare | Mint | Dressy | K.K. | | | | | | | Gingham Tp| Strange | Mambo | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Ruby | F | Peppy | 12/25 | li'l ears | Bunny | Pretty | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Tsteful | Ska | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Snake | M | Jock | 11/03 | bunyip | Zipper | Novel | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Dressy | Lullaby | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Tiffany | F | Snooty | 01/09 | bun bun | Spiderweb | Novel | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Pretty | Rock | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Rhinos | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Rhonda | F | Normal | 01/24 | bigfoot | Bodice | Dressy | K.K. | | | | | | | | Showy | Parade | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Tank | M | Jock | 05/06 | kerPOW | No. 1 | Attract | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Quiet | Lament | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Sheep | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Baabara | F | Snooty | 03/28 | daahling | Purple | Fresh | K.K. | | | | | | | Tie-Dye | Attract | Swing | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Vesta | F | Normal | 04/16 | baaaffo | Fall Plaid| Fresh | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Pop | Steppe | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Teddy Bears | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Bluebear | F | Peppy | 06/24 | peach | Lemon | Pop | K.K. | | | | | | | Gingham | Showy | Ska | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Kody | M | Jock | 09/28 | grah grah | Orange | Attract | K.K. | | | | | | | Check Tee | Tsteful | Country | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Maple | F | Normal | 06/15 | honey | Citrus | Pretty | I Love | | | | | | | Gingham | Novel | You | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Poncho | M | Jock | 01/02 | li'l bear | Blue Grid | Quiet | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Strange | Condor | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Pudge | M | Lazy | 06/11 | pudgy | Chichi | Novel | Rockin' | | | | | | | Print | Pretty | K.K. | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Stitches | M | Lazy | 02/10 | stuffin' | Star | Pop | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Attract | Lullaby | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Tigers | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Rolf | M | Cranky | 08/22 | grrrolf | Bubble | Tsteful | Rockin' | | | | | | | Shirt | Dressy | K.K. | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Rowan | M | Jock | 08/26 | mango | Aqua Polka| Pop | Aloha | | | | | | | Shirt | Quiet | K.K. | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o O=========================================================O | Wolves | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Chief | M | Cranky | 12/19 | harrumph | Red Bar | Quiet | DJ K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Dressy | | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Lobo | M | Cranky | 11/05 | ah-rooooo | Checkered | Quiet | K.K. | | | | | | | Shirt | Pop | Safari | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Whitney | F | Snooty | 09/17 | snappy | Floral | Dressy | Lucky | | | | | | | Knit | Tsteful | K.K. | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Wolfgang | M | Cranky | 11/25 | snarrrl | Gracie's | Attract | K.K. | | | | | | | Top | Pretty | Song | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o Your villagers are chosen at random from the list above, with a number of different personality types present. More on how your villagers move in and out is found under "Animal Interactions". _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| c. -- Special Villagers -- (F-303) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ There are six secret villagers in the game. All of them are monkeys. They were sent out to players using Tag Mode near a DS Download Station to get the Mario Theme items. On the week of July 23 to July 30, 2006, the six monkeys were unlocked by NOA members in Toys 'R' Us stores across the U.S. In Japan, Europe, and Australia, these monkeys have been unlocked to varying degrees by Nintendo members. The vast majority of these villagers are hacked as part of game saves. Here are the six secret monkey villagers, with the same information included in the Villager List. However, I am missing the monkeys' favorite and least favorite clothing genres. Any help would be appreciated. Comments can be directed to the e-mail address at the beginning of this file. Also, someone who could verify the catchphrases would be very helpful. O=========================================================O | Monkeys | O========o=========================================================o==========O | Name | G | Prnlty | B-Day | Catchphrase | Shirt | Genres | Music | O==========o===o========o=======o=============o===========o=========o=========O | Champ | M | Jock | 06/04 | choo-CHOO | Paw Shirt | | K.K. | | | | | | | | | Salsa | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Elise | F | Snooty | 03/21 | Puh-lease | Cool | | Neopltn | | | | | | | Shirt | | | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Monty | M | Cranky | | g'tang | Blue | | Pondrng | | | | | | | Pinstripe | | | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Nana | F | Normal | 08/23 | Po po | Bubble | | K.K. | | | | | | | Gum Shirt | | Dixie | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Simon | M | Lazy | 02/19 | Zzzook | Red Bar | | Forest | | | | | | | Shirt | | Life | |----------+---+--------+-------+-------------+-----------+---------+---------| | Tammi | F | Peppy | 04/01 | Chimpy! | New Sprng | | Only Me | | | | | | | Shirt | | | o-----------------------------------------------------------------------------o _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| d. -- Animal Interactions -- (F-304) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ There are many interesting events that you may encounter in the course of interacting with your villagers. This section deals with these happenings and tells you how you can get the most out of your villagers. Sick Villagers -------------- If you enter a villager's house and find the animal inside ill (black swirls), you can cure them. You can bring them one medicine bottle per day, which you can purchase at Tom Nook's Shop. If you notice the villager's illness in the early stages, it will take fewer doses of medicine to make them well again. Alternatively, you can cure the ailing villager by linking to the Wi-Fi network or using DS to DS, exiting the town gates of your town, and closing up your gates once more. This will instantly cure any sick villager, regardless of whether you have even spoken to him/her. Running Errands --------------- Villagers can ask you to run a number of different errands for them. They involve bringing them furniture pieces, fish, insects, clothes, or fossils, or delivering a gift or letter. What each villager will want depends on what hobby he/she is into at the time. Villagers can either develop hobbies over time in your village or move in with a pre-existing hobby. Generally, these hobbies are limited to the following: 1. Furniture Collector: The villager is obsessed about a genre of furniture and will ask you to give him/her items from the particular genre he/she is after. Although usually the villager will ask for items from one of the master genres or colors listed in the Item Index, he/she will sometimes ask for Asian Furniture. The desired items here are unknown, although educated guesses include furniture from the Japanese Set, a few items from Gulliver, items from the Bonsai Set, or items from the Exotic Series. Generally, a furniture collector will have to have his/her requests met eight times before he/she enters latency and subsequently develops a new hobby. 2. Fisherman: Said villager will consistently carry around a fishing rod and talk about fishing repeatedly. He/she will generally challenge you to a contest to catch a particular species of fish first. Although it is very hard to lose these contests, it is possible. If you do, the villager will be gloating and bragging when you talk to him/her. 3. Insect Hunter: Similar to the Fisherman, this villager will carry around a net and talk about bug catching. He/she will challenge you to a contest to catch a particular type of insect. Again, it is possible to lose these contests, although it is hard to lose. 4. Fashionista: Villagers with this hobby will constantly talk about clothes and ask you to bring him/her a specific shirt from the Able Sisters' Shop. Fashionistas may ask you for clothing of any genre (note that they will not accept clothing of their least favorite genre, however) before moving on to specific shirts. 5. Fossil Hunter: The villager will carry around a shovel and ask you to find him/her a specific possil, or piece of a fossil. It seems to me that animals with this hobby tend to ask for "Lovely" fossils (or skeleton pieces) somewhat more often, but this is just speculation. Fossil hunters will generally ask for any type of fossil a few times and then ask for specific fossils after that. 6. The Hiker: The villager enjoys walking around town and will frequently comment on his/her liking for long walks. Animals of this type will often ask you to deliver a letter or gift for them. You may open a present or a letter addressed to another animal, although doing so may make the sending villager angry and hurt your friendship with him/her. 7. Seashell Collector: Similar to a hiker, villagers with this hobby will walk around town, but will stay to the general area of the ocean acres (the town beach). He/she will often ask you to deliver a present or letter. 8. Gardener: Said villager will talk about flowers often. He/she will carry a watering can around. Two flowers will be planted around his/her house until there is no more room around it. Note that the flowers this villager plants do not tend to affect the number of flowers that will generate in your town, meaning that the number of flowers that appear in your town daily must increase. However, this is only if one villager has the gardening hobby. MLBloomy refers to the stage between hobbies as "latency" (good word choice, my friend). Latency will only last for a short time of a day or two. During this time the villager will talk about what he/she should try next. Villagers can also slip into unrelated activites while having a hobby (eg. a fisherman carries around a net). While the villager has the unrelated item, you cannot get him/her to talk about the regular hobby. In both of the above cases, the villagers may ask you to deliver letters or presents for them. Villagers that become sick will retain the same hobby, but if the villager tries to move out (his/her house becomes full of moving boxes) he/she will enter a latency stage and develop another hobby, given that he/she does not move out of town. The above fact will be important in forcing villagers to move. How Villagers Move ------------------ After you have been playing for a while and your town has reached the eight villager maximum, one of them will attempt to move approximately every two days. Generally, villagers who have entered latency or more likely to move out (presumably because the moving process reverts hobbies to latency). This means that if you help a villager become content with his/her hobby by helping him/her achieve whatever goal the hobby entails, he/she is rushed into latency and has a higher likelihood to move out of town. There are some restrictions on the above. If another villager is thinking of moving, the villager you sent into latency will not move. If two or more of your eight villagers are in the latency stage, one is selected to move away. A few factors affect which villager is more likely to move away. The villager who has been in the latency period for the longer period of time is more likely to be selected to move. A villager who gave you his/her picture (as discussed in the next section) is more likely to move out, as is the one who has the same sex and personality of another villager in town. Finally, a villager who you have convinced to stay is less likely to move than one that hasn't tried to move as of the time of selection. Towns usually have a balance of both genders and personalities. Variety is the spice of life, and it appears that this sentiment carries over to e-life. When there are the full eight visitors present in a town, there will usually be four villagers of each gender. Each of the six personalities will be represented (three personalities are exclusive to males, while the other three are limited to females). The remaining two villagers in your town will have personalities of the first three (but because these usually consist of a male and a female, there will rarely if ever be more than two villagers of the same personality in your town). The odd town will have an unbalanced gender representation. In this case, the villager chosen to move will almost always be of the gender that is over represented, male or female. Stopping the Moving Process --------------------------- If you are to enter a villager's house to find packed boxes everywhere, he/she is ready to move. However, if you wish the villager to remain in your town there is a way to make him/her stay. Just keep talking to the villager until, depending on the villager's personality, one of the following things, as listed in Liquefy's FAQ, is said: Cranky Personality (Males) 1. [(Nick)Name], you're the only one who tried to stop me, [catchphrase]. Thanks for sticking with me. It's nice to be wanted. Maybe I'll reconsider... 2. What? Really? Well, maybe I'll reconsider... But I'll expect some strong displays of affection! 3. Quit tryin' to change my mind, [catchphrase]. I've made my decision and I'm stickin' with it. Jock Personality (Males) 1. Oh no! I'm such an IDIOT! I lost my passport! I won't be able to move if I don't have my passport, [catchphrase]! 2. What?! That's really how you feel about it...for real? So maybe I shouldn't go? Man, what to do... 3. My brain's all bamboozled... Maybe I should rethink the whole thing, [catchphrase]! Lazy Personality (Males) 1. Well, this is a problem. I didn't expect you to respond like that... I guess maybe I should stay in this town, huh? [Select "Don't leave me!"] Is that so? Well, if that's how you're going to react I'll sleep on it for a while. [Select "Maybe?"] Yeah... Somehow I get the feeling that if I move, something bad will happen! 2. Wow. I wasn't expecting that response... Maybe I'll think it over once more. 3. Why would you say that? Are you trying to tell me something? Huh huh huh! Maybe I'll stick around a little bit longer, [catchphrase]! Snooty Personality (Females) 1. If we got more visitors, I'd meet new people, [catchphrase]... If you do what I say, [(Nick)Name], then maybe, just maybe, I'll stay. 2. Stop! Don't say stuff like that, OK? I won't be able to get away from this place if you keep saying that, [catchphrase]! 3. Oh wow... Do you really like me that much? [Select "Yes! Yes I do!"] I know you're just being honest, but...it's actually kind of embarrassing me! [Select "Uh..."] Well, don't get so excited that you pop a blood vessel or something, [catchphrase]! [Select "Yes. I mean, no."] Hmph! You sneaky little... [(Nick)Name], you're such a jerk! I bet you'll miss toying with my emotions the most, huh! [catchphrase]! Peppy Personality (Females) 1. Well, gee whiz... When you put it that way... Oh, what should I do? Should I change my mind, [catchphrase]? 2. ...Oh, really, that much? Oh. Well... What am I supposed to do about the cancel penalty, [catchphrase]? 3. Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat?! You think I oughta change my mind, [catchphrase]? Do you really think I'm that flighty, [catchphrase]? Normal Personality (Females) 1. ...Oh, fine, [catchphrase]. [(Nick)name], if you want me here so badly, I'll think about it. But no promises! I'll make up my mind tomorrow... [catchphrase]. 2. Oh... You sound so sad! I don't know what to do anymore, [catchphrase]! What should I do? Should I just forget about the whole thing, [catchphrase]? 3. Please, don't... You're making this harder than it has to be! Stop making your sad face! Maybe I should stay after all...[catchphrase]. In the event that any one of the above three things for each personality are said, the villager will stay put in town. Celebrating Birthdays --------------------- Each villager has a birthday, as listed in the Villager Index. About a week before the date of his/her birthday, a villager will send you an invitation to it. The villager will be hosting a small get together with another animal in his/her house. You can give the villager celebrating the birthday a gift and receive a gift in return. It doesn't matter precisely what the gift is; a piece of stationery or an expensive carpet will ilicit the same response. Here is where you may encounter one of the most prevalant glitches in the game. After you give your present to the villager, the animal will begin to thank you for the gift. At this point, the game freezes and it is impossible to advance any further without powering off and restarting the game. There is no way to avoid this glitch without refraining from giving to a gift to a villager celebrating a birthday. The glitch will may affect all villagers. The birthday party glitch appears only to affect some game cartridges. Encounter the gift-giving situation once or twice and you should know whether the glitch affects your cartridge. It appears that the glitch was fixed in the European version of the game, although this hasn't been entirely confirmed. Visits from Villagers --------------------- Occasionally, one of your villagers may express a desire to meet at your house to see how you live. When scheduling the meeting, you will have to make the meeting at least half an hour into the future, which may be annoying to some players who do not play that long. If it is late at night, you may have to schedule for the following morning. To make sure the meeting takes place, you must be waiting in your house at the time of the meeting. About thirty seconds before the meeting, make sure you are in your house. Also make sure you are not sitting down on a furniture item or lying down on the bed. If you are not standing, the villager will not enter your house. This seems to fit with the notes you will find on animal doors when they are sleeping, meaning that you cannot enter their house. When the villager comes to your house, he/she will offer you interior design advice. Depending on the personality of your visitor, he/she may comment on a specific furniture item in your main room. These items are listed in Liquefy's FAQ. Writing Letters --------------- Letter writing is an important aspect of villager interaction. If done correctly, the recipient of the letter will mail you back a specific type of thank you item that can be very useful. Well written letters also increase friendship with a villager, making it easier to obtain his/her pic. There are five basic replies you may receive to a letter you send. 1. Misunderstanding: The villager doesn't understand the letter you've written because of typos and other errors. His/her response may be angry. You will never receive a thank you item regardless of whether you actually attached a gift with your letter. 2. No Gift Attached: If you have written a good letter, but have not attached a gift to it, your villager will reply with a positive response, but you will not receive a thank you item. You can never get an item from a villager unless you attach an item for him/her. 3. One-Line Letter with Gift: If you have written a good letter and attached a gift to it, the villager will reply positively. Either a piece of fruit or a clothing shirt will be attached with the reply. 4. Two-Line Letter with Gift: If the letter you've written is understandable and you've attached a gift, the villager's reply will be a positive one. A piece of furniture will be attached to it. 5. Three-Line Letter with Gift: Since your letter was well-written and had a gift attached to it, your villager will reply positively. Attached to the return letter will be a carpet or wallpaper item. To ensure that your letter is understandable, you must make sure to spell the words you use correctly. The game has some sort of basic spell checker that triggers the Misunderstanding situation if there are too many errors. There also appears to be a relatively small pool of words the game recognizes, so use common words and refrain from using slang that will probably not be recognized. One word that is recognized for sure is "friend". It has been suggested that you need at least two recognized words to receive a positive response. Also note that the game does have a small censor that filters out cuss words. It also appears that longer words are more often recognized than shorter ones, so keep your words longer (although keeping tabs on how long your letter is in lines to ensure the type of item you want to receive in the reply). Do not include too many spaces between your words either. This may cause the villager to misread your letter. The content of your letter, aside from having recognized words in it, doesn't affect the kind of response you'll get. Typing "hate" repeatedly would get you the same response as typing "friend" repeatedly for the same length of letter, as both words are thought to be recognized words. The kind of item attached to your reply is also irrelevant. Whether you have an expensive furniture item or garbage attached, the reply will not change given that the recognized words are there and you have the right length to receive the gift you want. Also, the rarity of the item a villager gives you is random, although you will never receive coconuts as a type of fruit. There is some discussion about the role of symbols in letter writing. It is generally thought that symbols count as one small word, and will presumably be recognized by the game to be as such. There is a theory that writing symbols increase friendship, although this has not been confirmed. However, it does appear that the number of letters you send affect friendhsip. This is discussed in the next section. More on the Mail ---------------- Most players assume that mail will only come with Pete at either 9:00am or 5:00 pm. This is untrue. After a certain number of letters or Nook orders (as well as replies your villagers send you), the Post Office fills up and the letters have nowhere to go. They will then be "force mailed" to you at any time of the day in which you send another letter. The maximum before force mailing is thought to be ten letters or Nook orders in the mail que. At this point, mailing another letter will force their delivery to you. Force mailing is often used to attain villager pics, since sending a number of letters will maximize friendship with a villager, making getting a villager's pic much easier. This is covered in the next section. When force mailing, you may not receive a response from the recipient you mailed a letter to. This is fairly uncommon during normal mail times, but when force mailing the odds of not receiving a reply increase noticably. This does not mean that your letter was not received; it just means that you didn't receive a reply. The odds that you won't receive a reply may be effected by the occurance of a normal post delivery time (9:00am or 5:00pm), although this is just a theory for the time being. If you leave the mail alone for a few days while not ordering anything from the catalog or sending out any mail (assuming there are no replies from your villagers or catalog orders waiting for you), you should be able to order ten items from the catalog. If you attempt to order an eleventh, Tom Nook will state that he is booked up with orders. This means that the que is full and cannot receive any more orders, or that one letter has gotten stuck in the que and caused a glitch. This is usually easily dealt with by mailing another letter and causing the cue to be forcibly emptied, with the letters being delivered to you immediately. However, the glitch can persist if the DS clock and the in-game clock are desynchronized, as detailed by Myster Mask. A few temporary solutions have been found, although the glitch will continue to affect you unitl the two clocks are resynchronized. 1. You may have to mail several (two or three) or even many (over twenty) letters to retrieve the stuck letter. This letter is often a long overdue catalog order that should be recognizable to you. 2. Open your gates by and invite a person to your town either via DS to DS or Wi-Fi communication. Upon the visitor's leave, the cue will be reset. 3. Empty the mailbox of every character in your town. Doing so will require you to power off and on a few times, thus purging your mailbox (and giving you a clean slate if the glitch is temporarily fixed). Note that it is doubtful that the mailboxes of respective characters influence those of the other characters in town, however. Apart from force mail, there are also other times in which certain types of mail are set to be delivered. Letters from Redd, the farewell letters of villagers that are moving (or have moved), and letters containing savings account gifts are delivered at Midnight. Letters from Boondox (regardless of whether they actually contain a feather item attached), letters from Wishy the Star, letters from Mom, interest statements, ratings from the HRA, and letters from Tortimer (with a trophy attached) are delivered at 6am. Unlike these letters, letters containing Models from Tom Nook and Snowman letters are mailed out at the regular 9am or 5pm times. Subsequently, they may be forced just like other letters. Credit for the above goes to Eyedunno1, LingLing, Explopyro, MLBloomy, and Myster Mask. Glitched Letters ---------------- Occassionally, you may receive a blank letter from the HRA or Mom. It has been reported that sometimes a letter from Mom may include the wrong text-- it will include Redd's password. Another player has reported that a farewell letter from a moving villager has also come from Mom, making it appear as if your Mom is abandoning you! This glitch may result from the desynchronization of the DS and in-game clocks, as the Mailbox Glitch does, but it has yet to be confirmed. In any event, this glitch appears to be harmless. Subsequent letters from Mom and the HRA will contain the appropriate text (and the presents attached with them), although the glitch may reoccur. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| e. -- Obtaining Animal Pics -- (F-305) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Under certain circumstances, it is possible to obtain pics of your villagers. They are one of the most sought after groups of items in the game considering their relative rarity, the HRA points they receive, and the reward in getting one. Otherwise they are worth little; they do not appear in the catalog and Tom Nook will not pay for them. You may receive a pic from one of your villagers when you talk to them, provided you have a spot in your inventory open. To get a pic, you must maintain a good relationship with that villager. The game has some sort of "friendship meter" that keeps track of how good your friendship with a certain villager is. For a pic, this meter must not be bad. However, if the meter is relatively high or even maxed out, the odds of receiving a pic in far less time go up. To keep tabs on the meter, you can wave to your villagers. To do this you must be standing a fair distance away, although you must be within the line of sight of your villager. Tap the animal with the stylus to wave to him/her. Several responses may be given, as detailed by Liquefy: 1. The villager will wave warmly back at you while a chime sounds (for Cranky, Jock, Snooty, and Peppy personalities). 2. The villager will bow to you while a chime sounds (for Lazy and Normal personalities). 3. The villager will bow and glance up at you while a sound resembling a piano crash is made (for Cranky, Jock, Snooty, and Peppy personalities). 4. The villager will glance to the side while a gust of wind is heard (for Lazy and Normal personalities). Outcomes (1) and (2) mean that your friendship is progressing nicely and a pic can be obtained, while outcomes (3) and (4) mean that your relationship is suffering. Many things may make your relationship with a villager good. These include talking to him/her daily, performing errands and tasks for him/her in a timely manner, scheduling a meeting for him/her to visit your house and making sure the meeting works out, making a new catchphrase for him/her if asked, making sure that if the villager is attempting to move he/she is convinced to stay, giving personality-specific compliments on La-Di-Day, as well as responding with the correct choice in a number of conversations (as covered in the next section). A number of things may decrease friendship. These include tricking your villager to fall in a pitfall, hitting him/her with a net, ignoring (not talking) to your villagers for a large period of time, and answering questions given in conversation with overtly negative answers. However, these influences, whether good or bad, seem to have a very small impact on the friendship meter, and possibly none at all. A proven upper of friendship is letter writing. It has been shown that writing well-written, two- or three-line letters (thus ensuring you receive either a furniture item or a flooring/wallpaper item in return) with any manner of gift attached increase friendship. Writing good letters is discussed in the section above. It is also widely believed that at 23 or more letters will max out your friendship meter with the receiving animal. Knowing this, two methods of attaining pics by mailing letters have been developed. The "42 Letters" Method ----------------------- The first method is called the "42 Letters" method. It works like this: 1. A villager moves into your town. When you speak to him/her, you will be able to send this villager letters, even if he/she is still unpacking boxes. 2. Go to Tom Nook's store and purchase eleven bundles of stationery, which makes a total of 44 pieces of paper which you can send as letters. 3. Force mail around 42 letters to the villager. This can be done in batches of any size, including 10, which will fill an empty mail cue. The magic number of letters according to this theory is 42, meaning that at least 23 letters will be force mailed to your villager. This rests on the assumption that a letter must be physically received by the villager rather than just sent to increase friendship. Note that the letters you send must be either two or three lines long and get a positive response. An item must be attached to each letter, although it doesn't matter precisely which item you send. Bags of 100 bells are often used for convenience. 3. With the letters sent, go out and talk to the villager in question while he/ she is outside walking around. Make sure to perform any errand he/she asks of you. 4. Next, run to an isolated corner of your town, far away from the villager you want a pic from, so that the animal will not see you. Then put your DS into sleep mode for a full fifteen minutes by closing it. 5. When the fifteen minutes are up, run in front of your villager so that he/ she will make either the Realization (exclamation mark) or the Surprise (four white splotches) emotion. When the villager notices you and comes running toward you, talk to him/her and you may receive his/her pic. 6. If you do not receive a pick, repeat steps 4 and 5. Fifteen minutes of isolation seems to be enough time for the game to regenerate the appropriate emotion. It may take you many tries to get a pic (sometimes five or six). If you find it extremely difficult to obtain a pic (it's rare), try sending a few more letters to the animal and repeating steps 4 and 5 once more. The "24 Letters" Method ----------------------- This method is almost exactly the same as the above except for, as the name implies, sending 24 letters instead of 42. This method rests on the assumption that letters must only be sent to a villager, not received by him/her, to increase friendship. The 24 letters method need not involve forcing mail out, meaning that you may use bundles of six letters for ease. The "24 Letters" method appears to be working much better than the "42 Letters" Method is, with it taking fewer expressions of Realization or Surprise from a villager to obtain his/her pic. The Snooty Personality Pic Glitch --------------------------------- There is a fortunate glitch involving villagers of the snooty personality that may result in a pic for you. When you talk to a Snooty villager, a dialogue that may come up numerous times involves siblings. There is a glitch involving this dialog that will result in the Snooty villager giving you her pic. The conversation goes something like this: Villager: Hey, I was wondering, do you have any siblings? You Respond: ...I don't know Villager: What do you mean you don't know? Are you trying to be all mysterious or something? OK, what would you say if said I was going to give you something special? You Respond: You go girl! OR ...I don't know Villager: Ok, here's the special thing: it's a picture of me! Treasure it, OK? If you respond with the answers above, the Snooty villager will present you with her pic. Since this dialogue may come up multiple times, you may receive multiple pics from Snooty villagers. The Lazy Personality Pic Glitch ------------------------------- The next glitch is not so fortunate for you. In the course of conversation, a villager of the Lazy personality may ask you if you have framed the pic he gave you. If this occurs, you will not be able to obtain a pic from that villager no matter how many times you try or how your respond to this statement. To get such a villager's pic, you will have to rely on other characters in town who have not heard the villager say this. The Lazy glitch is often confused with another statement that may be made by Lazy villagers. The animal will ask you if any other animals have given you their pics. Choose "No" (I am unaware of the actual wording of the prompt, but the meaning is the same) to get his pic. I would assume that if you said "Yes" you wouldn't obtain a pic, but I am unsure of this outcome. Regardless, "No" will work just fine. Special Pics ------------ Aside from pics from regular villagers, you may also receive pics from working characters or from special visitors. Six special pics can be obtained, which brings the total number of pics to collect to an even 150. The pics of Tom Nook, K.K. Slider, and Pascal are obtainable through the Red Turnip Trade. This process and all of its possible outcomes is described under "Tools at Your Disposal", as the trading sequence ends in the Golden Axe. The pic of Katie and Kaitlin may be given to you when you reunite the pair, as shown under "Katie and Kaitlin". To obtain Pelly's pic, save 100,000,000 bells in your savings account. For Phyllis' Pic, save 500,000,000 bells in your savings account. Note that the pics of the special monkey villagers are attained in the normal way, unlike the above six pics. _________________________________________________ ==/¯/¯/¯| f. -- Villager Dialogues -- (F-306) |¯\¯\¯\== ¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯ Throughout Wild World, there are recurring dialogues villagers will engage you in. There are correct and incorrect responses to specific questions within them. If you do manage to give the right answer, you will often be rewarded with a gift. Giving a correct answer may also increase your friendship with the villager. The answers to common villager questions contained in this section are fairly accurate, meaning that the answer shown here will be correct in most cases. You may want to check the Villager List for each villager's personality if met with one of the below questions, as this information is often required. The questions were originally found in Freyasawk's "Animal Crossing DS Beginner's Tips and Tactics Guide", but I have changed the format of the answers. 1. Q: Would you rather be a Pirate Ninja or a Zombie Sasquatch? A: Pirate Ninja 2. Q: When you start to eat, you say "Let's Eat" and when you finish you say: "Let's Eat" or "I'm done!" A: I'm done. Q: When you greet your neighbour's dog in the morning, you say: "Woof", "Yarf", or "Bow wow". A: "Woof" 3. Q: If I were to get a scoop of ice cream right now, what size would I want? A: Move the gauge to the very top (if phrased like this). 4. Q: How do you sleep? A: Left side/right side. It depends on the phrasing. 5. Q: Am I too much of a slacker? A: Leave the gauge in the center. 6. Q: I only lacked one thing to make it to the top. Good looks? Money? What was it? A: Money? 7. Q: Which of my many bulging burly muscles do you think are my absolute favourites? Arms Abs Lower Back Gluts A: None are right! The correct answer is: "Each and every one of them!" You will receive an item because the question was unfair. 8. Q: Where did I go last week? No idea. Were you gone? A: No idea. The animal will think you were joking. 9. Q: I'm recycling to get rid of all my lame old junk. Do you want to help? A: Sure! 10. Q: Do you have a cup on you? A: "Not on me, no!" 11. Q: Pop-quiz: What did I have for dinner last night? A: Fish 12. Q: What would you say to greet a lovely rose? A: Hi there? 13. Q: On the way to school, you see a cute stranger... a new transfer student! What should you say? A: Good morning. 14. Q: You don't let your emotions show much, do you? You are like the "lasagna fairy" who brings cheesy delights in the middle of the night. A: You'll just get a gift. 15. Q: You look "kind of poor". How much money do you have? A: Move the gauge anywhere between "Dirt Poor" and the center. 16. Q: Identify the song I sang? Our town tune Another tune Hear the tune again A: Use the process of elimination. You should know your town tune. 17. Q: How's the work on your house progressing? Perfecto. Slowly. Stinky. A: Slowly. 18. Q: What did I have for dessert two months ago? Pie! Cake! Ice cream! Uh, kibble? Fish! A: Ice cream! 19. Q: There are lots of slackers in this "slackidaisical" world. But I'm not one of those people, right? Or am I? A: Keep the gauge somewhere in between "Not at all" and "SLACKER!!" 20. Q: Pop Quiz: How am I feeling right now? Fine! Angry! In pain! A: Fine! 21. Will you recycle [item]? A: Yes! 22. Q: If I had an empty cup of instant noodles in my right hand, and if my left hand was holding [item], which hand would you think is more important? Right! Left! Both! A: Left! 23. Q: What do I think is the most important aspect of a man? Courage! Pheromones! Smell! A: Courage! 24. Q: I have that thing you asked about. A: Gimme, gimme! 25. Q: Help me choose a name for my pet fish! A: Swimmy. 26. Q: I found a(n) [item]. Does it belong to you? A: "Maybe". 27. Q: I have a dilemma. How do you cook spaghetti al dente? A: Keep the gauge in the center. 28. Q: What did I have for lunch last week? A: A sandwich. 29. Q: How do I smell? A: So stanky! 30. Q: Wwhat is the best age to fall in love? A: Keep the gauge low, towards "Teens". 31. Q: You love me, you love me not. You love me, you love me not. I love you. Not! A: Not! Then choose, "OK, I love you!" Finally, say "I love you!" again. This answer also applies if the animal was to say, "She loves me..." to start off the sequence. 32. Q: I'm rocking the Crossword Puzzle but I'm stuck on a seven-letter word. Do you know the word? A: Chowder _ __ __ _ | |========\ \===================================================/ /========| | | | G. \ \ Communication / / (COMMU) | | |_|==========\/=================================================\/==========|_| This section will reveal the basics of Wild World's many modes of communication and multiplayer play to you. Rather than explaining each individual method in great detail, this section will only impart the basics of multiplayer play. What to do and how to do things while using these modes of communication is up to the reader. Methods of communication covered in this section include roommates, DS to DS communication, Nintendo W-Fi Connection (including letters from Nintendo), immigration, and tag mode. Credit for details on immigration and on tag mode goes to Liquefy. Roommates --------- To create a second character to live in town as your roommate (either for another person to use or just as an alternative character for you to use and gain storage and other benefits from), you must simply select the "New Resident" option from the main menu. The same sequence with Kapp'n will occur, except Kapp'n will refrain from asking the second character about the date and time, about what village you are headed to, or about what made you choose the town you did (which would normally dictate where your house would be located). Created characters will also have to go through Tom Nook's tasks again. They serve as an introduction to the game that is apparently very important, because you will still have to work for Nook even if the mortgage on your house has already been fully payed off by other characters. To make it worse, you will not receive any payment towards your house or to put it your pocket if the mortgage is already paid off. After the roommate's term as Tom Nook's employee is over, the roommate will resume normal gameplay. When one player is playing, the other roommate(s) will be sleeping on separate beds in the Save Room. You cannot interact with eachother directly as roommates, although you can still write eachother letters to communicate (hence the title of this section is "Communication" rather than "Multiplayer"). Many things are shared between roommates, including basically everything placed in the house (tools, furniture, etc.). Some things are unique to each individual, such as savings accounts, insurance bought from Lyle, and a few other things. Some special visitors will appear for all visitors, while others may only be encountered by one character. The remaining characters will only see the handiwork of the visit (eg. the wreckage of Gulliver's UFO crash). The benefits of having a roommate include paying off the mortgage much faster, the fact that there is less effort for each individual player in maintaining the town environment (assuming the roommates are cooperative, of course), increased storage space for items and patterns, and obtaining more items from some special visitors. Villagers will often talk about the virtues and vices of the other players in town (whether they rave about how great the other person is or lament their existence is determined by the roommate's friendship with the villager in question). Although there may be up to four roommates in any one town (three additional characters plus the player who started off in the new town), communication is limited and forced. Many gamers have wished that the players could be in town interacting at the same time, but this unfortunately was not the case. New players may also be received through immigration, which is covered later on in this section. DS to DS Communication ---------------------- If you wish to play with friends that are within the signal range of your DS, DS to DS communication will be used. DS to DS communication uses wireless LAN and does not involve connecting to the Internet. To visit other towns or invite guests over to your town, talk to Copper at the Main Gate. Copper controls the flow of people coming in and out of your town either by means of DS to DS communication or Nintendo WFC. When you talk to Copper you will be given the following options: I wanna go out! Invite guests Friend code! Where am I? To visit another town locally, choose "I wanna go out!" and then "DS to DS". Copper will then search for available towns within signal range that you can visit. Copper will give you the name of the town and the name of the player who opened the gate and ask you if this is where you want to go. If the towns on Copper's list are the incorrect ones, choose "Another town" and select the correct town. You may only visit other towns using DS to DS communication if (a) the hosting player has opened his/her gates, and (b) the signal strength between the two DS systems is strong enough to support the connection. The signal strength depends on the proximity of the two DS systems. Generally, the closer you are the stronger the signal strength and the better the connection. If the connection isn't there, move closer together or remove possible obstructions before choosing "Try again". When the connection is successful you will arrive through the gates of the other town. The host will receive a message alerting him/her to your arrival. No friend codes are necessary when playing locally, although you can register the names of the people you are playing with in order to play them using Wi-Fi later. To do this, select the heart icon from your inventory to access your friend list. You may the register the players who are currently in town with you. The friend roster can hold up to 32 different names. However, friend codes will change when a player moves. In this case you will have to register that person again. When visiting other towns, you can interact with that town's villagers as well as visit Tom Nook's Shop and other attractions. You will be able to write letters to that town's villagers after you have met each individual. When the host's gates are open the villagers all return to their houses, making finding each one a breeze. In addition, visitors will be provided with the town map of the town they are visiting for greater convenience. When you wish to return to your own town, go back to the Town Gate and speak to Copper once more. Tell him you wish to go home when prompted and the wireless communication will be halted. The host will receive a message of your departure. If the host's gate is still open, you may start the process again and go back and forth between towns continually to gather and trade items and the like. When you visit another town, any constellations that the host has created will appear in your sky once the visit is over. Visiting other towns also triggers the moving process in one of your villagers. The animal may move to the host's village a day later. To host nearby guests, choose "Invite guests!" and then "DS to DS". Copper will open the gates and anyone waiting to come in can now enter through the Town Gate. The host will have control over the entire event. In addition to receiving messages of the arrival and the departure of guests, messages will also pop up on the host's screen when players wish to save. If the host saves the game, everyone else is forced to save as well. The host can also end the communication at anytime. As the host, it is good to be aware of where your guests are in your town and if they are doing anything inappropriate in your town. However, the poeple you are playing with are basically sitting right beside you so the danger of town destruction is miniscule. There may be up to four players in town at any one time. Many attractions in your town will only hold one or two players at one time. Consult the building's subsection of "Town Landmarks and Attractions" for information on how services are effected when guests are present. To chat with your visitors, use the keyboard menu, which is accessible from the iventory. You can type out messages that will appear on screen and also use any emotions you have learned to express from Dr. Shrunk here. The use of wireless LAN has been a great selling feature for Wild World and the Nintendo DS. It is definitely an improvement over the painstaking process of using memory cards to travel from the GameCube version. Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection ------------------------- Animal Crossing: Wild World was one of the first three games to take advantage of Nintendo's Wi-Fi Connection service. For the first time, players could visit towns all over the world. Although using Wi-Fi does require some planning and there are some risks involved in hosting visitors, Wi-Fi has been a most welcome change that separates Wild World from its predecessor. Before you can visit the towns of players who live far away from you over Nintendo WFC, you must configure your settings properly. Information is available from the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection Instruction Booklet that comes with the game and also from the following URL: http://www.nintendowifi.com/ Your Wi-Fi settings (which are accessible from the main menu when you first boot up the game) are covered in these instructions. Before you are able to visit other towns, not only must your settings be correct but you must also have exchanged friend codes with the player you wish to visit. To receive your own friend code, talk to Copper and select "Friend Code". You must connect to Wi-Fi one time to get your friend code. You may then view it from your friend roster by clicking on the key icon on the right. The friend code will appear as a series of question marks if you have not yet connected to the network. When you have learned the friend code of the player you wish to vist (or host), you must choose "Register" on your friend roster. Then select "Use Code" and enter his/her friend code. As previously mentioned, the friend roster can hold up to 32 friend codes. You also have the option to delete friend codes in order to make space or to make sure that you never visit a person who turned out to be a jerk again. After exchanging friend codes, talk to Copper and choose "I want to go out" and then "Nintendo WFC". At this point you will get the option to go over your connection settings to make sure these are agreeable. If you change these settings, the game will restart from the title screen and you will have to talk to Copper again. If you do not have to change your settings, Copper will then display the town names and player names of the people on your friend roster who have currently opened their gates. If you succesfully locate at select a town, the gates will be opened. During Wi-Fi play, many of the same rules that govern DS to DS communication are still enforced. Apart from exchanging friend codes and selecting "Nintendo WFC", hosting guests is virtually the same. However, hosting people you do not know can be very dangerous. Malicious players may try to destroy your town in numerous ways. The worst method of sabatoge is through seeds. A small bit of information regarding seeds is found under "Unused Items and Seeds", but for in-depth info on protecting your town while hosting guests over Nintendo WFC, vist Explopyro's Town Preservation and Sabotage Avoidance FAQ found at the following URL: http://z10.invisionfree.com/ACWW_Legit/index.php?showtopic=577&st=0 It is also advisable for you to use the AC Adapter while playing on Wi-Fi because doing so places more strains on the battery and you would not want to lose power and disrupt the communication while playing. Wi-Fi Letters ------------- If you have Wi-Fi set up, you have the ability to receive special letters wtih gifts attached from Nintendo. To obtain the gifts, use the Telephone in the Save Room to allow downloads. Then connect to Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection by opening your gates either to visit another town or to host guests. You do not have to actually visit another town or host guests to obtain the letter. All you must do is perform the first step in the process. Therefore, it is always useful for you to keep one friend code in your friend roster solely for the purpose of receiving potentially rare gifts from Nintendo. The letter will be mailed to you if you connect at any time during the period in which the letter is being distributed. The North American letters are usually distributed on the Friday of every other week. For a detailed account of the letters that have been distributed so far, refer to Liquefy's Nintendo WFC Letters FAQ at the following URL: http://www.gamefaqs.com/portable/ds/file/920786/47303 Alternatively, you can consult Animal Crossing Ahead's homepage which is frequently updated with reports of new letters from Nintendo using the link below: http://animalxing.com/ Note that these letters shown at the above links refer to letters received by North American players. Immigration ----------- In order to move from your pre-existing town to another town, you must immigrate. Immigration only works using DS to DS communication, so the player whose town you wish to move to must be on hand to assist with the process. Before choosing to immigrate, know that your present town will be erased after you move provided you are the only player in town. If you wish to immigrate to a town on another gamecard that does not have a saved town, you will be forced to create a new one. To immigrate, you must complete the following process: 1. Go to the Civic Center and select the "Moving" option. 2. Prepare the gamecard containing the town you wish to move into by choosing "Other Things" from the main menu. Select "Immigration" and then press the Start Button to begin the process. 3. Press Start on the other gamecard containing the town you wish to leave behind. 4. A slightly modified version of the series of questions Kapp'n asks will be given to you. This is covered under "Beginning the Game". 5. Talk to Pelly and find your house on the map she gives you. Enter and exit to find Tom Nook. He will not make you complete any tasks for him (seeing as you already worked for the Tom Nook in your old town). 6. Have fun in your new town. After you have immigrated, you will notice that some things from your old town have carried over to your new residence, while other things have not. 1. Any items stored in a storage item (ie. wardrobe) will not transfer. 2. Music that has been stored in any type of music player will be lost. 3. Your Wi-Fi settings will revert to the default setting, although you can change them now that you have moved. 4. Any items in your inventory or that you are carrying (ie. tools) or wearing (ie. clothing and accessories) will carry over into the new town. In addition to regular items, items that will transfer also include money in your wallet, letters you have in the correspondence section of the inventory (as well as any gifts attached to these), and your patterns from the design (pencil icon) menu. 5. Saved letters and your old Post Office account will transfer from the previous town. 6. Your current PTM Point Balance will carry over, as will your catalog, no matter its level of completeness. Tag Mode -------- Tag Mode is the method used to exchange messages in bottles with another player who also has their game in tag mode or is at a Nintendo DS Download Station. Both players need to be within local DS to DS range. The players can also gain villagers or constellations from the other town. To send messages in bottles, follow these easy steps. 1. Purchase a Bottle from Tom Nook's Shop and write your message for it. 2. Plunk the Bottled Message into the ocean or river. 3. Save and quit the game. Start it up again and select Tag Mode. 4. Follow Rover's instructions and close your DS to put it in Sleep Mode. 5. When you have gotten a response from another player, open your DS to take it out of sleep mode. 6. Quit talking to Rover, load your game, and search the beach for a message. These bottled messages travel with you when you go on a fact-finding mission in another town or if another player decides to visit you, whether by Wi-Fi or DS to DS connection. However, with Tag Mode you can send the message to a specific town. Many players think that bottle mail and tag mode are the same. Tag mode is a method of transferring bottle mail; the two are not the exact same thing. _ __ __ _ | |========\ \===================================================/ /========| | | | H. \ \ Your House / / (HOUSE) | | |_|==========\/=================================================\/==========|_| You may have noticed that I left one very important location out of the "Town Landmarks and Attractions" section: your house. There's a lot to explain when it comes to your abode, including how to furnish it effectively, when and how it will expand, the effects of feng shui, and how to achieve a high score from the Happy Room Academy. As a result, an entire section of this FAQ has been devoted to your house. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 1. The Basics of Furnishing (H-100) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= In order to make the most of your house, you must furnish it. You can place almost any item in the game in it, and you would be wise to do so. The effects of feng shui and the benefits of a high HRA score, as covered later on, demand it. The most common of item types is furniture items, which appear as a leaf when placed on the ground or seen in your inventory. All of these items are found in the Master Item List. Interacting with Furniture Items -------------------------------- When you have placed a furniture item from your inventory in your house, you can now move and rotate the item. To move furniture simply tap the item or press the A Button and use the Control Pad to push the item. Press the Control Stick in another direction to rotate the item. Items may face any direction, but make sure that items can be used. For example, don't place a wardrobe or a chair facing a wall. You can Press the B Button to pick up an item and remove it from the house. If you have an item that holds other items like a wardrobe or a dresser, you'll automatically pick up the items held within it, assuming you don't have a second item of its kind (ie. another wardrobe/dresser) and you have enough space in your inventory to do so. Item Sizing ----------- There are three sizes of items in the game: small, medium, and large. Small items take up one square of item space, medium items take up two squares of space, and large items take up four squares. Generally, the larger the item the more expensive it is, although this doesn't hold true for many items. Types of Furniture ------------------ There are four main furniture types. Each item of each types has its own properties. These types are series, themes, sets, and other furniture. Series: Series are the most basic grouping of furniture items in the game. Each item in a series is easily recognizable not only by its similarity to other items in the series, but by its name. The name of the series is always given before the item name (eg. Modern Bed). Furniture in a series is basically traditional, including things like beds, dressers, tables, and lamps. Each series will include the Necessities of Life, as discussed below, and will also include a matching carpet and wallpaper (eg. Classic Carpet, Classic Wall). Themes: Themes are groups of items that are, obviously, classified by theme. An example would be the Space Theme. All of the items in the Space Theme would be very familiar to an astronaut, and are far from typical furniture items. Themes are generally somewhat smaller than series, although the actual number of items in any given theme can vary. Sets: Sets vastly outnumber series and themes in the game. Each set is simply a group of related items. This may be by function, appearance, or any manner of things. Sets may consist of as little as two items. The relatively rare larger sets rival the size of series and themes, however. One larger set is the Japanese Set. Other Furniture: Any furniture item that is not classified as part of a series, theme, or set, is given the designation of "other furniture". Many, many items are classified as such. For convenience, the Nintendo Official Guide classified them into sub-groups: Fine- Art Paintings, Musical Instruments, Household Items, Color Televisions, Stereo Systems, Arranged Flowers, Chairs and Sofas, Sports Items, Golden Trophies, World Icons, Holiday Items, Assorted Clocks, Camping Gear, Other Beds, Storage Items, Beach Items, Arcade Games, Town Models, Lights and Lamps, and Mementos and More. In this FAQ, such terms will not be used. These items will be grouped only so far as the master group, or as they come up in categories. Categories ---------- There are four broad categories of items in Wild World: Musical Instruments (17 items), Plants (10 bonsais, 14 house plants, and 3 arrangements), Paintings (20 paintings, Portrait, and forged paintings), and Models (9 items). The categories are not necessarily limited to containing those items classified as "Other Furniture"; entire sets may be items in a single category. All items are sorted by category in the Item Index. The Necessities of Life ----------------------- The Happy Room Academy (HRA) has devised a new designation for items that they deem necessary for any house arrangement. The necessities of life include a table, chair, wardrobe, and a dresser/bureau. Note that a bed is not part of the necessities of life, possibly because players already have beds in the Save Room of any house. Color Designation ----------------- All furniture items are given two color designations. These colors include yellow, green, red, blue, pink, orange, colorful, gray, black, white, and brown. An item may be desingated the same color twice. This is either expressed in the traditional fashion (eg. Blue/Blue) or simply by placing (x2) after the item to save space. Villagers may ask you for items from one of these groups. All items are listed by color in the Item Index. The colors yellow, green, and red have a certain bearing on feng shui, which is covered in the next section. All items are sorted by feng shui in another section of the Item Index. Genre Designation ----------------- All furniture items are given two genre designations in addition to color designations. The genres include Modern, Old School, Lovely, and Chic. Note that furniture genres are different from clothing genres, and that the modern and lovely furniture designations include different items than the series that share the same name with them. This appears to have been a mistake, because many players are often confused by the similarity. A villager may ask you for an item from one of these furniture genres. Furniture items (as well as clothing items) are sorted by genre in the Item Index. Lucky Items ----------- There is a special group of items known as "lucky" items. They are very similar to all other furniture items, except they earn a very large score from the HRA. One of the widest misconceptions in the game is that they increase your feng shui score or "luck" by themselves. In actuality, they will increase your luck like other items will: when placed in the correct color spot. All of the lucky items appear below. More information is available under "Feng Shui". Garden Gnome Lefty Lucky Cat Washer/Dryer Jack-in-the-Box Samurai Suit Lucky Black Cat Raccoon Figurine Music Box Master Sword Ivory Piano Big Festive Tree Portrait Arwing Dracaena Festive Tree Pikmin Triforce Treasure Chest Lovely Phone Scarab Beetle Lucky Cat Piggy Bank Birthday Cake Four-Leaf Clover The Item Number/Weight Limit ---------------------------- Once you reach 24 items in each room (no matter the size) you can't put down any more items. Any item you can walk over (eg. turnips, bell bags, garbage, tools, etc.) doesn't count toward the limit. When you reach the limit you'll get a message along the lines that "the floor will give out" if you put the item you were attempting to place down. This often becomes a nuisance in the main room, so maximize your benefit with the items you can have in the room. A sincere thank you to Swordsmaster_77 for this information! Flooring and Carpeting ---------------------- Select a wallpaper or a carpet from your inventory and it will be spread out on your floor or walls, displacing your previous one. Some carpets and wallpapers match series or themes, and thus score bonus HRA points. You can also plaster your own custom design on the walls. Although some amazing houses have been rounded out with custom patterns, the HRA prefers matching flooring and wallaper. For more information on creating patterns, see "The Able Sisters' Shop". =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 2. Expansions (H-200) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= When you first come to town, you will have no place to stay. Tom Nook will offer you one of four houses to solve your problem, yet you won't have enough money to pay for the house. And so the game starts with your employment for Tom. You get to learn the supreme basics of the game while working off your debt to Tom Nook. After your employment ends, you will still owe Nook a tidy sum of bells. Tom will allow you to pay off the debt periodically through the Post Office from then on. After you pay off the first mortgage, return to Tom Nook and he will offer to expand your home. It is a major goal of the game to attain the highest house upgrade and become debt free. Included with every house upgrade is the Save Room. This room contains 30 (six by six) blocks of unusable item space. The two block across shelf where the telephone is does not count as space in the diagrams below. More items cannot be placed here. When the player continues the game in a saved town, he/ she will wake up and get out of bed in this room, before starting the game as the character is leaving the house. Other characters will sleep in their own beds here while another character is playing. You can return to your bed to save the game, although the Start Button is much preferred. The main function of this room is the telephone. This is another menu that may be selected before you awaken or when you are awake and have returned to the Save Room. However, the option to adjust the in-game clock is only available while you are still asleep. At the telephone you have the following options. Adjust Clock ------------ Choose this option to adjust the game's clock. The clock can be adjusted forward or backward, but there are many dangers associated with messing with the clock, especially the in-game clock. These are discussed in greater detail under "Time Traveling". The in-game clock is secular from the DS clock, although if the DS clock is changed the in-game clock will also reflect the change and display the same time. Set Sound --------- Under "Set sound" you will have the following options. - Sound: Set the sound settings to stereo or surround. - Animal Speak: This will determine how the animals speak in the game. "Animalese", the default option, is a language that reflects your own chosen language, only it is much faster and oddly pitched. "Bebebese" will change the language to a sound that reflects text; it's monotone. "Just keep quiet!" is self explanatory. Downloads --------- Here you have the option to allow the appearance of Blanca, bulletin board messages, and letters. Blanca will only be allowed to visit if her visits are allowed here. Bottle mail as well as messages from Nintendo will only appear if you wish. It is advisable to allow these "downloads", as player's usually halt them if they are wary of receiving dangerous downloads, such as the "Red Tulips", which is discussed under "Environmental Items" in the Master Item List. At the foot of your bed is another option. You may choose to replace the default basic color bed with another one. Unconventional beds can be used. The most popular is the Weight Bench. Expansion Descriptions ---------------------- House upgrades will progress as follows. 1st Expansion- Starter Home + Cost: 19,800 Bells (18,400 bells after employment) + Item Space: 46 Total Blocks 16 Usable Blocks 30 Unusable Blocks + Description: The starter home includes a main room of 16 (four by four) blocks of item space. Included with the starter home are the Orange Box, Candle, and Tape Deck. Although it doesn't appear to be a two-storey home from the outside, the starter home contains the Save Room upstairs. + Diagram: Doors are marked with "o" as they open up to the room. "E" is for entrance, "S" is for staircase, "B" is for bed, "C" is for counter, which pertains to the space not taken up by the telephone on the counter in the Save Room, and "T" is for telephone, where you can access the options above. The map shown is to scale, meaning that one block of item space (given by the pipe characters and space characters) corresponds to a block of space in the game. O=======O | C | T | O=======O---+---O=======O | | B | | | B | | O===============O |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | B | | | B | | |---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | B | | | B | | |---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | B | | | B | | O===o---+---o===O O-------o---+---o-------O S| E | E | S| | | O=======O O=======O 1st Floor 2nd Floor Save Room 2nd Expansion- Larger Main Room + Cost: 120,000 Bells + Item Space: 66 Total Blocks 36 Usable Blocks 30 Unusable Blocks + Description: The Main Room is widened from four by four to six by six blocks, giving you 36 squares of usable item space. + Diagram: Doors are marked with "o" as they open up to the room. "E" is for entrance, "S" is for staircase, "B" is for bed, "C" is for counter, which pertains to the space not taken up by the telephone on the counter in the Save Room, and "T" is for telephone, where you can access the options above. The map shown is to scale, meaning that one block of item space (given by the pipe characters and space characters) corresponds to a block of space in the game. O=======================O O=======O | | | | | | | | C | T | |---+---+---+---+---+---| O=======O---+---O=======O | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | O=======o---+---o=======O O-------o---+---o-------O S| E | E | S| | | O=======O O=======O 1st Floor 2nd Floor Save Room 3rd Expansion- Largest Main Room + Cost: 298,000 Bells + Item Space: 94 Total Blocks 64 Usable Blocks 30 Unusable Blocks + Description: The main room is widened from six by six to eight by eight blocks, giving you 64 blocks of usable item space and the largest main room possible. + Diagram: Doors are marked with "o" as they open up to the room. "E" is for entrance, "S" is for staircase, "B" is for bed, "C" is for counter, which pertains to the space not taken up by the telephone on the counter in the Save Room, and "T" is for telephone, where you can access the options above. The map shown is to scale, meaning that one block of item space (given by the pipe characters and space characters) corresponds to a block of space in the game. O===============================O | | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---| O=======O | | | | | | | | | | C | T | |---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---| O=======O---+---O=======O | | | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | |---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | |---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | |---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | O===========o---+---o===========O O-------o---+---o-------O S| E | E | S| | | O=======O O=======O 1st Floor 2nd Floor Save Room 4th Expansion- 2nd Floor + Cost: 598,000 Bells + Item Space: 130 Total Blocks 100 Usable Blocks 30 Unusable Blocks + Description: This expansion is a little different than the others. You get a second floor, yet your Save Room was functioning as the second floor before. The Save Room is bumped up to become the third-storey of your house, making room for a six by six (36 block) second floor. + Diagram: Doors are marked with "o" as they open up to the room. "E" is for entrance, "S" is for staircase, "B" is for bed, "C" is for counter, which pertains to the space not taken up by the telephone on the counter in the Save Room, and "T" is for telephone, where you can access the options above. The map shown is to scale, meaning that one block of item space (given by the pipe characters and space characters) corresponds to a block of space in the game. O=======================O O=======O | | | | | | | | C | T | |---+---+---+---+---+---| O=======O---+---O=======O | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | O=======o---+---o=======O O-------o---+---o-------O S| | |S | | |S O=======O O=======O 2nd Floor 3rd Floor Save Room O===============================O | | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | O===========o---+---o===========O S| E | E | O=======O 1st Floor 5th Expansion- Left Room + Cost: 728,000 Bells + Item Space: 166 Total Blocks 136 Usable Blocks 30 Unusable Blocks + Description: A six by six (36 block) expansion is added onto the left side of the main floor of your house. + Diagram: Doors are marked with "o" as they open up to the room. "E" is for entrance, "S" is for staircase, "B" is for bed, "C" is for counter, which pertains to the space not taken up by the telephone on the counter in the Save Room, and "T" is for telephone, where you can access the options above. The map shown is to scale, meaning that one block of item space (given by the pipe characters and space characters) corresponds to a block of space in the game. O=======================O O=======O | | | | | | | | C | T | |---+---+---+---+---+---| O=======O---+---O=======O | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | O=======o---+---o=======O O-------o---+---o-------O S| | |S | | |S O=======O O=======O 2nd Floor 3rd Floor Save Room O===============================O | | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | O=======================O---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---o---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | |E | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | |E | | | | | | | | O=======================O===========o---+---o===========O Left Room Main S| E | E | Room O---+---O 6th Expansion- Right Room + Cost: 848,000 Bells + Item Space: 202 Total Blocks 172 Usable Blocks 30 Unusable Blocks + Description: A six by six (36 block) room is added to the right of the larger main room. + Diagram: Doors are marked with "o" as they open up to the room. "E" is for entrance, "S" is for staircase, "B" is for bed, "C" is for counter, which pertains to the space not taken up by the telephone on the counter in the Save Room, and "T" is for telephone, where you can access the options above. The map shown is to scale, meaning that one block of item space (given by the pipe characters and space characters) corresponds to a block of space in the game. The first floor of the house had to be modified in order to comply with the 79 character limit, meaning that the side blocks of it were each cut by one space character. O=======================O O=======O | | | | | | | | C | T | |---+---+---+---+---+---| O=======O---+---O=======O | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | O=======o---+---o=======O O-------o---+---o-------O S| | |S | | |S O=======O O=======O 2nd Floor 3rd Floor Save Room O===============================O | | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | O======================O---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---O======================O | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |--+---+---+---+---+---|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---|---+---+---+---+---+--| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |--+---+---+---+---+---|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---|---+---+---+---+---+--| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |--+---+---+---+---+---|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---|---+---+---+---+---+--| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |--+---+---+---+---+---o---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---o---+---+---+---+---+--| | | | | | | |E | | | | | | | E| | | | | | | |--+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+--| | | | | | | |E | | | | | | | E| | | | | | | O======================O===========o---+---o===========O======================O Left Room Main S| E | E | Room Right Room O---+---O 7th Expansion- Back Room + Cost: 948,000 Bells + Item Space: 238 Total Blocks 208 Usable Blocks 30 Unusable Blocks + Description: A six by six (36 block) back room is added to the back of the main room of the house. This is the final expansion you can achieve. From the outside, this house looks like a formidable mansion. + Diagram: Doors are marked with "o" as they open up to the room. "E" is for entrance, "S" is for staircase, "B" is for bed, "C" is for counter, which pertains to the space not taken up by the telephone on the counter in the Save Room, and "T" is for telephone, where you can access the options above. The map shown is to scale, meaning that one block of item space (given by the pipe characters and space characters) corresponds to a block of space in the game. The first floor of the house had to be modified in order to comply with the 79 character limit, meaning that the side blocks of it were each cut by one space character. O=======================O O=======O | | | | | | | | C | T | |---+---+---+---+---+---| O=======O---+---O=======O | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | B | | | B | | O=======o---+---o=======O O-------o---+---o-------O S| | |S | | |S O=======O O=======O 2nd Floor Back Room 3rd Floor Save Room O=======================O | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | E | E | | | O===O=======o---+---o=======O===O | | | | | | | | | |---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---| | | | | | | | | | O======================O---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---O======================O | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |--+---+---+---+---+---|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---|---+---+---+---+---+--| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |--+---+---+---+---+---|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---|---+---+---+---+---+--| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |--+---+---+---+---+---|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---|---+---+---+---+---+--| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |--+---+---+---+---+---o---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---o---+---+---+---+---+--| | | | | | | |E | | | | | | | E| | | | | | | |--+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+--| | | | | | | |E | | | | | | | E| | | | | | | O======================O===========o---+---o===========O======================O Left Room Main S| E | E | Room Right Room O---+---O Roof Colors ----------- When Tom Nook gives you the option to upgrade, you can also pick your roof color from the following list of colors: red, blue, yellow, green; pink, orange, light blue, violet; light green, lilac, blue green, shocking pink; grey, brown, dark green, and navy. The default color of your roof is the color preference setting on your Nintendo DS. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 3. Feng Shui (H-300) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= You may be familiar with the ancient Chinese theory of decorating, feng shui, the art of harmonizing rooms. It was (and in some cases still is) believed that the way objects in a room are arranged can effect your life energy, or chi. The philosophy of feng shui has been simplified in Wild World. Only three colors effect your luck and there are only three positions in which these items may be placed. Other colors do not count towards your luck, although they are used in calculating bonuses from the HRA, which is discussed in the next section. Feng Shui Placement ------------------- Feng shui and its effects are felt in every room in your house aside from the Save Room. Many players believed that it could only work in the Main Room of the house, but this was a misconception. No matter the size of your room, feng shui's boundaries are always limited to the outer two squares of item space on the west (left), east (right), and south (bottom) walls of the home. The Colors of Feng Shui ----------------------- The three colors used in feng shui are yellow, red, and green. Although orange was a feng shui color in the original Animal Crossing, it has no effect on luck in Wild World. If an item of one of these colors is placed in its correct feng shui space, it will increase your feng shui score and your "luck". Some items count for double of a certain color and will thus count for twice as much. Lucky Items ----------- Other items are designated as "Lucky". A popular myth states that these items can increase luck when placed anywhere in the home. This is a fabrication; lucky items will increase feng shui, but only if properly placed like normal items. What sets lucky items apart is their ability to earn both lucky bonuses and feng shui bonuses from the HRA if placed correctly. The Effects of Feng Shui ------------------------ The effects of feng shui have been found to be smaller than previously believed, although they are interesting. When placed to the west (left) of the house, yellow items increase your "luck with money" in the following ways: - Increases the amount of money villagers will give to you as a reward for completing a task. Rewards have been found to increase to almost 900 bells if there is a high yellow feng shui score. They appear to come in two tiers, with one being 200 bells higher than the other. What triggers the higher tier is unknown. - Increases the amount of money villagers will pay when buying an item from you. - Decreases the amount of money villagers will charge when selling an item to you. This holds true for regular conversation, but I am unsure if a high yellow feng shui score makes haggling easier in the Flea Market. When red items are placed to the east (right) and/or green items are placed to the south (bottom) of the house, these items increase your "luck with items" by increasing the appearance of rare items at Tom Nook's store. These items may be Spotlight Items, or they could simply be items from another priority group (A, B, or C). It is unclear at the time of writing. What Feng Shui Does Not Effect ------------------------------ Feng shui does not or is improbable to effect bell trees, the amount of time the bell rock is open for you to hit bell bags out, the number of 100 bell bags that may fall from trees, the odds of seeing Wishy the Star, the number of furniture items or the rarity of furniture items that fall from trees, the number of balloons with presents attached that float across the sky, the odds of receiving a villager's pic, or the availability or appearance rate of rare fish or insects. Diagrams -------- To aid in interpretation, I have included the below diagrams of every available size of room in the game and the feng shui spaces (and non-spaces) for each. 4x4 Room O===================================O | | | | | | Yellow | Yellow | Red | Red | | | | | | |--------+--------+--------+--------| | | | | | | Yellow | Yellow | Red | Red | | | | | | |--------+--------+--------+--------| | | | | | | Yel/Gr | Yel/Gr | Red/Gr | Red/Gr | | | | | | |--------+--------+--------+--------| | | | | | | Yel/Gr | Yel/Gr | Red/Gr | Red/Gr | | | | | | O===================================O 6x6 Room O=====================================================O | | | | | | | | Yellow | Yellow | N/A | N/A | Red | Red | | | | | | | | |--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------| | | | | | | | | Yellow | Yellow | N/A | N/A | Red | Red | | | | | | | | |--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------| | | | | | | | | Yellow | Yellow | N/A | N/A | Red | Red | | | | | | | | |--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------| | | | | | | | | Yellow | Yellow | N/A | N/A | Red | Red | | | | | | | | |--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------| | | | | | | | | Yel/Gr | Yel/Gr | Green | Green | Red/Gr | Red/Gr | | | | | | | | |--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------| | | | | | | | | Yel/Gr | Yel/Gr | Green | Green | Red/Gr | Red/Gr | | | | | | | | O=====================================================O 8x8 Room O=======================================================================O | | | | | | | | | | Yellow | Yellow | N/A | N/A | N/A | N/A | Red | Red | | | | | | | | | | |--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------| | | | | | | | | | | Yellow | Yellow | N/A | N/A | N/A | N/A | Red | Red | | | | | | | | | | |--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------| | | | | | | | | | | Yellow | Yellow | N/A | N/A | N/A | N/A | Red | Red | | | | | | | | | | |--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------| | | | | | | | | | | Yellow | Yellow | N/A | N/A | N/A | N/A | Red | Red | | | | | | | | | | |--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------| | | | | | | | | | | Yellow | Yellow | N/A | N/A | N/A | N/A | Red | Red | | | | | | | | | | |--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------| | | | | | | | | | | Yellow | Yellow | N/A | N/A | N/A | N/A | Red | Red | | | | | | | | | | |--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------| | | | | | | | | | | Yel/Gr | Yel/Gr | Green | Green | Green | Green | Red/Gr | Red/Gr | | | | | | | | | | |--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------| | | | | | | | | | | Yel/Gr | Yel/Gr | Green | Green | Green | Green | Red/Gr | Red/Gr | | | | | | | | | | O=======================================================================O Tabulating Your Feng Shui Score ------------------------------- The following was taken from pNin01's Feng Shui FAQ found at the following URL: http://db.gamefaqs.com/portable/ds/file/animal_crossing_ww_feng_shui.txt It is used with written permission. I have made a minor correction pertaining to feng shui's operation in every room in your house and have omitted the part regarding lucky items, as they operate in the same fashion as regular items. After you have placed all your desired items in your house, you can calculate your Feng Shui Score. This score is different from your HRA score, but Feng Shui does contribute to your HRA score. I made up this scoring system just so people can compare. Preferably, if quoting your score, divide it up among Yellow and Green/Red. I. First, you need to calculate the individual item Feng Shui Scores for each square that the item occupies. You get a Feng Shui bonus for each square that a Feng Shui item occupies. I will use the variables A, B, and C to refer to arbitrary colors. An item can be A, B, C, A/A, B/B, C/C, A/B, B/C, or A/C and squares can be A/A, B/B, C/C, A/B, B/C, or A/C. Question 1 a) If the item has no feng shui color designation, then......................+0 b) If an item's color designation is A and it is on a/an i) A/A, A/B, or A/C square, then........................................+1 ii) B/B, C/C, or B/C square, then........................................+0 c) If an item's color designation is A/B and it is on a/an i) A/B square, then.....................................................+2 ii) A/A, B/B, A/C, or B/C square, then...................................+1 iii) C/C square, then.....................................................+0 d) If an item's color designation is A/A and it is on a/an i) A/A square, then.....................................................+2 ii) A/B or A/C square, then..............................................+1 iii) B/B, C/C, B/C square, then...........................................+0 Question 2 If the item takes up multiple spaces, then simply repeat Question 1 for each square that the item occupies. II. Then, you simply need to sum the individual Feng Shui Scores to determine your overall Feng Shui Score. Thank you so much for the scoring system, which can be used for a number of purposes including research on feng shui's effects. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 4. The Happy Room Academy (H-400) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= The Happy Room Academy (HRA) is a group of people who sneak into your house and rate its interior design according to their strict rules of style. The HRA will evaluate your house weekly. The rating will come in the mail on the following Sunday. The benefits of a high HRA score include three otherwise unobtainable house models. Onf of them is mailed to you when your score tallies in excess of a point threshold. Besides for these prizes, a high HRA score is useful because it can often correlate with a high feng shui score (because the HRA rating system includes a feng shui bonus). And no one can forget the bragging rights that come with an unbelievable score! Scoring System Notes -------------------- Rather than rating your house subjectively, the HRA actually uses an objective scoring system. To determine your score, the HRA has three scoring areas: Basic Points, Bonus Points, and Penalty Points. The first two count for you, while Penalty Points are deducted from your score. You will notice that items that you can walk over do not contribute to your HRA score no matter their source, but detract from it. The scoring system found in Nintendo's offical Wild World Guide was found to be the one of the original Animal Crossing. Liquefy translated Japanese guides on Oideyo Doubutsu no Mori and found the correct scoring system. He then verified these point amounts through a lot of experimentation. He also verified bonus point totals and found how to score color and genre bonuses. Basic Points ------------ Basic Point values are determined by the item's source. These range from 3 points to 3,200 points, as shown by the below table. Each of the below point values is given on a per item basis. O=============================================================================O | Type Name | Availability/Source | Points | O========================o==========================================o=========O | Able Sisters' Item | Purchased at the Able Sisters' Shop. | 3 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Design Pattern | Pattern made at Able's; placed on easel. | 3 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Gracie Item | An item available only from Gracie. | 3 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Saharah Item | An item available only from Saharah. | 3 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Fish or Insect | Caught using a Fishing Rod/Net. | 3 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Shell | Found on the shore of the town beach. | 3 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Flower (Normal/Hybrid) | Found in wild, at Tom Nook's Shop, etc. | 5 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Tom Nook Purcahse | An item (A, B, or C) from Tom Nook's. | 51 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Seasonal Item* | Available for a limited time at Nook's. | 151 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Spotlight Item | From Tom Nook's; under spotlight. | 151 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Painting | Found at Redd's or at Tom Nook's Shop. | 151 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Wi-Fi Item** | Available only over Nintendo WFC. | 210 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Normal Fossil | Small, appraised fossil (eg. Trilobite). | 300 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Red Turnip Trade*** | Available only through trading sequence. | 325 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Crazy Redd Item | Available only from Crazy Redd. | 412 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Gulliver Item | Available only from Gulliver. | 412 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Cornimer Item | Of the Mushroom Series from Cornimer. | 412 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Tortimer's Trophies | An item (trophy) from Tortimer. | 800 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Gyroid | Dug up from the ground. | 828 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Snowman Item | An item (Snomwan Series) from Snowman. | 888 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Savings Account**** | Savings account prize from the P Office. | 912 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Lovely Fossil | Large (skeleton), apprasied fossil. | 1,000 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Villager Item | Gift given by villager (Birthday Cake). | 1,111 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | House Model***** | An item available from the HRA. | 1,111 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Store Model****** | A prize for reaching a PTM point bonus. | 1,111 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Museum Model | For completing the Museum's exhibits. | 1,111 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Lost Kitten******* | Furniture from Katie, the Lost Kitten. | 1,280 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Pascal Item | An item (Pirate Theme) from Pascal. | 1,543 | |------------------------+------------------------------------------+---------| | Animal Pic | Recieved from a villager (friendship). | 3,200 | O=============================================================================O * Seasonal Items (or Limited Time Items) include the Big Festive Tree, Festive Tree, Festive Flag, and Festive Candle. ** Items only available from Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection include the Mario Theme, Blue Falcon, and Pikmin. *** Items available only through the Red Turnip Trade include the Red Vase, Country Guitar, Safe, Massage Chair, K.K. Slider's Pic, Tom Nook's Pic, and Pascal's Pic. **** Items available as Savings Account Prizes include the Box of Tissues, Piggy Bank, Pelly's Pic, Phyllis's Pic, and the Town Hall Model. ***** Items available from the HRA include the One-Story Model, Two-Story Model, and Mansion Model. ****** Tom Nook's PTM Prizes include the Nook's Cranny, Nook 'n Go, Nookway, and Nookington's models. ******* Items available from Katie/Kaitlin include the Papa Bear, Papa Panda, Apple TV, Lily-Pad Table, Lovely Phone, Music Box, Portrait, as well as K & K's Pic. Bonus Points ------------ Now that your Basic Point Score is determined, the HRA looks at the special bonuses you achieve. These are often substantial, and you would do well to try to meet as many as the below criterion as you can. If you are unaware of the meaning of any of the terms used below, be sure to read "The Basics of Furnishing" above. 1. Completed Series Bonus a. Complete a series by placing all ten items of the series in the same room for 20,000 bonus points. You may place multiple completed series in a room for multiple bonuses. b. If either the series' matching wallpaper or matching flooring is included, you earn 25,000 points. c. If both the matching wallpaper and the matching flooring are included, you earn 30,000 points. 2. Completed Theme Bonus a. Include both the theme's matching wallpaper and flooring for 3,000 points. b. When all of the items of a certain theme are collected, you earn 3,000 points. In addition, each item in the theme will earn 3,000 points. To obtain this bonus, you must have the theme's matching wallpaper and flooring present. c. Completed series and themes may be combined in the same room for each one's respective complete bonus if the theme's wallpaper and carpeting is used. 3. Completed Set Bonus a. Place all items of a certain set in the same room and you will receive 1,000 points for each item in the set. b. Two different sets placed in the same room can receive multiple completed set bonusues, yet duplicates of the same set will not receive any additional points. 4. Daily Necessities Bonus a. Obtain a dresser, wardrobe, table, and chair from the same series for 5,000 points. b. Complete the necessities of life from different series for 1,000 points. c. To receive the bonus, the four items do not necessarily have to be placed in the same room, although beds in the Save Room do not count towards the bonus. d. A daily necessities bonus may only be obtained once throughout the whole house. 5. Feng Shui Bonus a. When properly placed in their respective spaces, items designated as yellow, green, or red count for 100 points each. The feng shui bonus takes into account every room of the house except the Save Room. b. Duplicates of the same item will still contribute toward the feng shui bonus when properly placed. 6. Color Bonus a. In order to receive a color bonus, there must be at least ten total items in any room. Each room can receive one color bonus. b. Both colors of an item count when determining a color bonus. Check the Master Item List or the Item Index for more information. c. If items of one color account for 70% of the total item colors in a room, you are awarded 200 points for each item in the room, regardless of color. d. If items of one color account for 90% of the total item colors in a room, you are awarded 600 points for each item in the room, regardless of color. If the 90% threshold is reached, the 70% color bonus will not be counted. 7. Genre Bonus a. In order to receive a genre bonus, there must be at least ten total items in any room. Each room may receive up to two genre bonuses because there are two different types of genre bonuses: Modern vs Old School, or Lovely vs Chic. b. Two bonuses occur because an item cannot be of both the Modern and Old School genres or both of the Lovely and Chic genres; therefore, the two types are determined separately. c. If items of one genre account for 70% of the total items in an opposing pair of genres, you will receive 100 points for each item in that total. d. If items of one genre account for 90% of the total items in an opposing pair of genres, you will receive 300 points for each item in that total. 8. Category Bonus a. Obtain at least eight items of the same category to receive 400 points for each of these items. 9. Lucky Bonus a. Any lucky items placed in a room are worth 7,777 points each. Note that to receive a feng shui bonus a lucky item must be properly placed. A list of lucky items can be found under "The Basics of Furnishing". The above data is summarized in the following table. O=============================================================================O | Bonus Type | Points Earned | O=========================================o===================================O | Completed Furniture Series | 20,000 | |-----------------------------------------+-----------------------------------| | - W/ Wallpaper or Carpet of Same Series | 25,000 | |-----------------------------------------+-----------------------------------| | - W/ Wallpaper & Carpet of Same Series | 30,000 | |-----------------------------------------+-----------------------------------| | Wallpaper and Carpet of Same Theme | 3,000 | |-----------------------------------------+-----------------------------------| | Completed Theme (w/ Wallpaper & Carpet) | 3,000 + (# of Theme Items x3,000) | |-----------------------------------------+-----------------------------------| | Completed Furniture Set | 1,000 (per Item) | |-----------------------------------------+-----------------------------------| | Complete Daily Necessities (Same Ser.) | 5,000 | |-----------------------------------------+-----------------------------------| | Complete Daily Necessities (Dif. Ser.) | 1,000 | |-----------------------------------------+-----------------------------------| | Properly Placed Feng Shui Items | # of Items x 100 | |-----------------------------------------+-----------------------------------| | 70% Color Bonus | # of Total Items x 200 | |-----------------------------------------+-----------------------------------| | 90% Color Bonus | # of Total Items x 600 | |-----------------------------------------+-----------------------------------| | 70% Genre Bonus | # of Total Items x 100 | |-----------------------------------------+-----------------------------------| | 90% Genre Bonus | # of Total Items x 300 | |-----------------------------------------+-----------------------------------| | Category items | 400 (per Item) | |-----------------------------------------+-----------------------------------| | Lucky Items | 7,777 (per Item) | O=============================================================================O Penalty Points -------------- Points will be deducted from your score for the following infractions. 1. Items on the Floor Deduction a. 1 point will be deducted from your score for each item that has been left on the floor. Items that count as "items on the floor" are basically any kind of item that the player can walk over. This includes music, paper, carpeting (non-used), wallpaper (non-used), tools, acorns, fruit, red turnips, white turnips, bell bags and coins, message bottles, saplings, and pitfall seeds. b. To avoid a point deduction, these items must either be tucked away in wardrobes/dressers or put on surfaces that function as tables. 2. Inappropriate Orientation Deduction a. For each item that is improperly oriented, you will be penalized 100 points. This include wardrobes, dressers, chairs, and animal pics placed facing directly against a wall so that the item cannot be interacted with or be seen correctly. b. To avoid the deduction, place every item in such a way so that you can interact with it and so that it can perform its required function. It is very important to note that there is no deduction for mixing series and themes in a room. Although this was true for the original Animal Crossing, it isn't true for Wild World. Prizes from the HRA ------------------- When you reach a certain point threshold, you will be rewarded with one of three house models. The gift will come attached to the rating that surpasses the threshold in the mail. O=============================================================================O | Happy Room Academy Prize | Number of Points Required | O======================================o======================================O | One-Story Model | 70,000 | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Two-Story Model | 100,000 | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Mansion Model | 150,000 | O=============================================================================O Conclusions ----------- There are a number of conclusions that can be drawn about earning a high score from the HRA. 1. On average, themes score higher than series do. I say "on average" because the Snowman Series typically earns more than most themes and because the Pirate Theme and Mad Scientist Theme generally score the lowest of all series and themes. 2. The more items a theme has the more points it earns, even when factoring in space concerns. 3. Once a theme or series has been decided for a room, round the room out with completed sets for a higher score. 4. Always include a series in one room of your house to make sure you obtain the necessities of life bonus. 5. Be especially mindful of the feng shui bonus; not only does it contribute to a number of bonuses simultaneously, it also helps to produce helpful effects outside of your home. 6. Include any animal pics you have earned, as they are worth the most basic points of any item. 7. Be wary of the item/weight limit of each room, especially the main room, as it can be a major obstacle when mixing series and themes or when using two completed series in a room. _ __ __ _ | |========\ \===================================================/ /========| | | | I. \ \ Making Money / / (MONEY) | | |_|==========\/=================================================\/==========|_| Having a large fortune at your disposal opens up avenues that the new player coming into town in debt could barely dream of. You'll be able to pay off your house upgrades. You'll be able to buy virtually any item you want at Tom Nook's Shop and at the Able Sisters'. You'll be able to engage in trades for high price items on Wi-Fi. And you'll finally be able to buy a lot of turnips, which have the potential to increase your fortune exponentially. The first part of this section deals with basic money-making techniques that the average player can engage in. The second part deals with the "Stalk Market". Trading turnips is an activity that requires a good deal of bells to get started, although it is undoubtedly the money-making method that will net you the most profit. Note: Techniques using time traveling are explained minimally in the section of the same name. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 1. Basic Techniques (I-100) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Here are some basic money-making ventures that will help you build your fortune. For the most part, these methods do not include using Wi-Fi or DS-to- DS gameplay. Information on the turnip trade is in the following section. Fishing ------- Fishing is one of the easiest and, in my opinion, one of the best ways to make money in the game. All it requires is a Fishing Rod from Tom Nook's Shop and a little patience. For information on how to catch fish, see "Fishing". Most players prefer to fish for profit in the river because there is a greater variety of valuable fish there and also because there aren't any sea bass, which in the ocean are often confused for large, rare fish when they are in reality quite worthless if sold. When you catch a fish you can either sell it, donate it to the Museum, or keep it in your house as a pet. Early in the game I would suggest taking all of your catches to the Museum (if you value a full Museum) rather than Nook's, and then taking fish you have caught that have already been donated to Nook's. Feel free to do as you see fit depending on if you value a full Museum or getting another house upgrade more. See "Fish" in the Master Item List for all of the information on fish you could want. You will notice availability and peak times for every variety of fish. Fishing is a seasonal activity, as valuable fish tend to appear only in certain times of the year. If it is raining or snowing in your town, make sure to fish. The rain tends to coax out more valuable fish, including the Coelcanth. All in all, fishing is very easy, requires a minimal cash investment, and yields an almost immediate return. It is highly advisable to fish until you can afford to invest in the Stalk Market and use other techniques, and to keep fishing when the opportunity strikes then. Insect Hunting -------------- Catching insects is another common method to make money. All you will need is a Net, which may be obtained via Tom Nook's Shop. I find insect hunting a much more tedious task than fishing. Bugs will appear in more places, are more easily scared away, and can actually fight back (bees, mosquitoes, scorpions, etc.). However, it can still be profitable if you are a good hunter. Make sure to use the "Bug Catching" and "Insects" sections to your advantage. Bugs are available only in certain times of the day and in certain times of the year. Some will not be available when it is running, while others will become more prevelant (eg. snail). Furthermore, some won't be available while your gates are open. Pick and choose your bug hunting times carefully. To sum up bug catching: it's often not as easy as fishing, but you would do well to practice both activites early in the game if you have the available tools with which to do so. Finding Fossils --------------- Although only three fossils will generate in your town daily (if you consistently find all of them on a daily basis), they are valuable items. When you dig up a fossil, as shown by a star-shaped indentation in the ground, you must take it to Blathers for identification. You may sell or donate the fossil once it has been identified. There are two types of fossils: normal (stand alone) fossils and lovely (skeleton piece) fossils. Lovely fossils sell for a higher price, and among lovely fossils, skull fossils will sell for the highest price. Whether you sell, donate, or keep the fossil in your house will largely depend on what the fossil is and what you value. If you value your Museum, you should donate the first fossils of any type you find, but if the fossil is especially valuable you may wish to sell it for some quick bells. See "Treasure from Above and Below" and also "Fossils" in the Master Item List for more information on the types of fossils and their sell prices. There is a way to abuse the identification process to make sure you receive the kind of identified fossil you receive. The type of fossil the unidentified fossil will be is only determined when the fossil is given to Blathers. This means that if you have some unidentified fossils with you and save the game before talking to Blathers, you can keep having him identify the fossils and you will receive a different fossil everytime. If you don't receive the fossil you want, you can simply reset if you are willing to deal with Resetti. Overall, selling fossils is a good method to make cash, but it is more suited to players that have just begun the game. They will fetch the bells players need to attain the first few house upgrades, but after that selling fossils is less profitable than other methods and players tend to focus more on the Museum by that point, making donating fossils a better option. Gyroids ------- You may also find gyroids when digging for fossils. Each one will sell for 828 bells. Gyroids are not very useful items-- all they do is make noise when placed in your house. Sell them all for some quick bells, especially if you are early in the game. Gyroids are covered in the section of the same name in the Master Item List. The Bell Rock ------------- Each day, one rock in your town will shoot out a bell bag if you hit it with your shovel. The "Bell Rock" (or "Red Rock" in the original Animal Crossing) will change daily. Each time the rock is hit, the amount of money released will increase as shown in the following table. O=============================================================================O | Number of Hits | Bell Bag Released | Total Bells Made | O=======================o==========================o==========================O | 1st Hit | 100 Bells | 100 Bells | |-----------------------+--------------------------+--------------------------| | 2nd Hit | 200 Bells | 300 Bells | |-----------------------+--------------------------+--------------------------| | 3rd Hit | 400 Bells | 700 Bells | |-----------------------+--------------------------+--------------------------| | 4th Hit | 800 Bells | 1,500 Bells | |-----------------------+--------------------------+--------------------------| | 5th Hit | 1000 Bells | 2,500 Bells | |-----------------------+--------------------------+--------------------------| | 6th Hit | 2000 Bells | 4,500 Bells | |-----------------------+--------------------------+--------------------------| | 7th Hit | 4000 Bells | 8,500 Bells | |-----------------------+--------------------------+--------------------------| | 8th Hit | 8000 Bells | 16,500 Bells | O=============================================================================O The number of hits you can get depends on both your timing and how you have positioned your character. Regularly you will be pushed slightly backward each time you hit the rock. If you dig holes around your character in such a way that you will be pushed back into the holes rather than back away from the rock, you can get more hits in and more bells out of the rock. Before hitting any rock in town (because you never know which one will be the Bell Rock), dig holes around yourself in any of the four ways shown below. o-----------------o o-----------------o o-----------------o o-----------------o | | H | | | H | | | | | | | | H | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |-----+-----+-----| |-----+-----+-----| |-----+-----+-----| |-----+-----+-----| | H | C | | | H | C | R | | H | C | R | | H | C | R | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |-----+-----+-----| |-----+-----+-----| |-----+-----+-----| |-----+-----+-----| | | | | | | | | | H | | | | H | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | o-----------------o o-----------------o o-----------------o o-----------------o "H" stands for where the holes should be dug. "C" stands for where your character should be positioned. "R" is where the rock is. Try to position yourself in such a way that you are wedged between two holes to prevent recoil and the loss of valuable time. Alternatively, you can brace yourself against a wall without any holes if the rock in question is just one free space away from a wall. If your timing was perfect and you have braced yourself correctly you can attain seven bell bags or possibly an eight bell bag, bringing the number of bells you could get to a whopping 16,500. If you do manage to smack the eighth money bag out, it will land where you are standing, interestingly enough. Although timing and preventing recoil are the two most important factors, the yellow feng shui score of your house may be a factor in getting the elusive eighth bell bag. Although I would hypothesize that it would be unimportant judging by money tree tests done by Liquefy (if feng shui does not have any effect on money trees, I would find it hard to belive that it would have an effect on bell rocks), the full effects have yet to be determined. Using the Bell Rock to make money is a very good idea. It can be done daily and with multiple characters, although it could potentially be time consuming. Regardless, I believe a little time investment would be a small price to pay for 16,500 bells. Present Balloons ---------------- Balloons carrying valuable presents will float across the sky daily from 10am to 4pm. However, they will only appear when the time's minute is at a 4 (at 12:34, 3:04, etc.). Each balloon is signalled by the whoosh of gust of wind. Hit these down with your Slingshot, then find the item at the north end of your town. The present will often be a valuable furniture item that you can sell. More information is found under "Treasure from Above and Below". Present balloons are a good casual method of making money. They will not appear all that often, but when they do it is a good idea to take a minute to shoot it down. There's nothing to lose. The Recycle/Lost and Found -------------------------- The recycling bin is located on the right-hand side of the Town Hall. Items that appear in the recycle bin are yours to keep (and to sell). You will often find more items closer to the emptying times of 6:00am on Mondays and Thursdays. If you help a villager complete his/her hobby by giving him/her a desired item, it may displace another item to the bin. You may also access the lost and found by asking Booker, "Something lost?" Check the lost and found daily as it fills up with items and claim them all for yourself. You may keep or sell any item you find in this manner. Checking these two locations daily is very easy and will occasionally yield surprisingly good results. You don't need any tools or any money to raid these places, nor do you need much time either. Selling Sea Shells ------------------ Seashells consistantly appear on the shore of the ocean. They may not be worth much, but every little bit helps. The rarest shell is the Pearl Oyster, selling at 1,200 bells a pop. The prices of each and every seashell in the game appear in the "Environmental Items" section of the Master Item List. Selling seashells will not yield very much money, although it can be profitable if other techniques are exhausted while you are paying off the first couple house upgrades, for example. Other methods are preferable, but it's always a good idea to comb the beach once, maybe while fishing, to see if any Pearl Oysters have washed up. Shaking Trees ------------- Assuming that your town has an average number of trees, approximately 10-12 of the non-fruit variety will hold items in their branches. Two randomly selected trees will drop furniture items if they are shaken. If one of three other random trees is shaken, a bee hive will drop to the ground. Bees will swarm out of the hive in pursuit of you. Bees are worth 4,500 bells each, so make sure to make an honest effort at catching one rather than just seeking shelter or letting them sting you. The remaining non-fruit trees may drop a bag of 100 bells each. Shaking trees is a very good idea, especially if you are prepared to net a bee when the opportunity arises. This technique also works well if used in tandem with the foreign fruit method as you go around the whole town harvesting fruit trees. That way you will not miss a tree and a potentially rare furniture item or valuable bee. Foreign Fruit ------------- There are five main types of fruit in the game: cherries, peaches, pears, oranges, and apples. Coconuts can count as another, but they are somewhat different than the main group. Each town has a designated native fruit. This is the only fruit of the first five (never coconuts) that will appear in your town right at the beginning of the game. All other types of fruit, called foreign fruit, must be acquired. Native fruit sells for 100 bells apiece at Nook's Shop, while foreign fruit goes for 500 bells a pop. Note that coconuts will always sell for 500 bells. For information on how to plant fruit trees and on tree growth, refer to "The Wild World Environment". Because each tree that matures will produce three pieces of fruit, you will receive 1,500 bells per each foreign fruit tree every three days as fruit grows back after it is picked. Because you can have well over 300 trees in your town at max (24 per acre), you could make at max 576,000 bells EVERY THREE DAYS (assuming that you only have fruit trees in your town, which can be impractical because of the benefits of having regular or cedar trees). Of course, normal players are unlikely to have 384 trees in their town. Doing so would require very precise placement, a lot of work, and a lot of patience. Normal players who use the foreign fruit method advantageously can expect on average, say, 300,000 bells for every harvest, meaning that the average player could have 200 foreign fruit trees as well as a few normal trees in town. The problem lies in obtaining foreign fruit, which can be tricky. On occasion, coconuts will settle on the shore of the town beach. This makes sense because they must be placed in these acres, as summarized in "The Wild World Environment". Normal fruit may be obtained most easily using Wi-Fi or DS to DS communication, but because these options aren't available to some players, there is another way. The "Animal Interactions" section of this FAQ details letter-writing. If you write a well-written letter of a length of just one line with any gift attached (even garbage), the recipient will either send you a piece of fruit or a clothing shirt as a gift in his/her reply. This is an easy way to obtain foreign fruit and begin your orchard. After you have obtained every type of fruit and planted trees of each type, harvest the fruit of these trees and plant more trees until you are satisfied with the number of trees (and the amount of foreign fruit) in your town. You may wish to chop down existing trees of the non-fruit variety and plant fruit trees in their place. Once your foreign fruit orchard has matured and is producing fruit, go around picking all of the trees. Assuming that your inventory is empty, you could receive 7,500 bells for each trip you make to Nook's Shop. If you use Wi-Fi or DS to DS communication to visit other towns, travel to another town with a full inventory of foreign fruit to sell in the other town. Then fill your pockets with the fruit of the other town and travel back to your town and sell that fruit to your own Tom Nook's for more money. Growing foreign fruit is, in my opinion, one of the the (if not the best) method(s) of making money in the game. It does require a lot of time to accumulate and plant the foreign fruit, and there is some risk involved because not all trees you plant will grow, but after your orchard is established it is one of the most dependable sources of near-instant cash. It will still take some time to pick and harvest all of the fruit your trees will produce, but the payoff is tremendous. Money Trees ----------- Growing money trees is covered in-depth in "The Wild World Environment". Money trees can be tedious and are a very risky operation, although their potential pay-off is attractive to those with little money. Since growing money trees successfully requires both a Golden Shovel and a hefty sum of money (a 30,000 bell bag for the highest successful growth rate), growing them requires some work. The real reason that growing money trees is unadvisable is because the chance of failure is so high. For every 1,000 bells you "plant", there is a 1 percent chance that the tree will grow. Therefore, a planted bag of 30,000 bells has only a 30% chance of growing. If it does grow, however, it will yield three bags of 30,000 bells for a total of 90,000 bells, or triple the highest possible investment you could have made. Perhaps growing money trees would be a better investment if bags of 30,000 bells continually reappeared and could be harvested, but they do not. A money tree will only bear its "fruit" once. With all of this taken into account, I would suggest sticking to the foreign fruit bracket rather than foraging into the high-stakes world of money tree- harvesting. Favors for Neighbors -------------------- Simply doing favors for your neighbors will make you a small amount of money. Each neighbor has (or will have) a hobby that will determine what kind of contests they will confront you with and, to some extent, what favors they will ask you to do. These hobbies are covered in-depth under "Animal Interactions". Doing tasks for your villagers doesn't require a lot of thought or a lot of time, but you won't get very much money at all. Therefore, I suggest you do favors only if your other money-making avenues are exhausted. The amount of bells you will make for each favor will increase with your yellow feng shui score, but the gains are far from substantial even then. Mailing Letters --------------- Mailing letters is a quick and easy way to receive items from your villagers. The great part about this technique is that you can dictate which type of item you wish to receive in return. For all you want to know on mailing letters, consult the "Animal Interactions" section. Because you can attach almost anything to a letter, you can get rid of garbage by mailing it out to your villagers and get a (possibly) worthwhile gift in return. You can then sell or keep the gift, or simply mail it back in another letter in hopes of receiving something better. Mailing letters is a great strategy to use in conjunction with another strategy. For example, you must mail out letters to receive a lot of foreign fruit for the foreign fruit method. Sending out letters will also improve your friendship with the letter recipients, which has its own benefits when Flea Market comes around and for obtaining rare pics from your villagers. Because all you need is some stationery and whatever junk you wish to attach with your letters, this method also comes with little cash investment, meaning that it is a great method for new players as well as players that have established their fortunes already. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 3. The Stalk Market (I-200) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Although the techniques listed in the preceding section will garner quite a lot of money in their own right, the single best way to make the most money fast is through the "stalk market". The stalk market is simply the trade of White Turnips. Turnips may be bought from Sow Joan and sold to Tom Nook. The pun is obvious-- the "stalk market" obviously refers to the stock market, while "Sow Joan" refers to Dow Jones. Both markets can either make you rich or ruin you if you risk too much. The Basics of the Stalk Market ------------------------------ Joan visits your town on Sunday mornings. She will always sell White Turnips to you for a price between 90 and 110 bells. Joan's price is of little consequence. You may buy from her without fear no matter what her price is. What matters most is the selling price of Tom Nook. Tom's prices vary extensively. Prices as low as 30 and as high as 700 bells per turnip have been reported, although it is unlikely or perhaps impossible that a price of over 650 bells per turnip will ever occur. There is no way you can influence these prices or when they occur. Turnips that you have bought will spoil at 6am on the following Sunday morning. Your job is to sell the turnips for a profit before then, and preferably before Saturday where you may be forced to sell your turnips for a very low asking price to avoid spoilage and a complete loss. Tom Nook's prices will fluctuate throughout the week; he has two turnip prices per day that change at noon. Tom will buy turnips on on every day of the week with the exception of Sunday. Turnip Asking Price Patterns ---------------------------- Liquefy conducted research to find out on which day and at what time the highest asking price of the week occured. His research, as reported in his own FAQ, showed that the highest price of the week most often occurs at these times, in descending order. 1. Monday; am. 2. Thursday; am. 3. Thursday; pm. -. Friday; pm. 4. Wednesday; pm. I strongly suggest that you check out his FAQ at the following URL for the full results of the experiment. http://www.gamefaqs.com/portable/ds/file/920786/40130 Liquefy also found four general patterns to Tom Nook's buying prices from his data, which he calls (a) the "constantly-decreasing" pattern, (b) the "large- spike pattern, (c) the "small-spike pattern, and (d) the "random-price" pattern. He also reports the pattern of a "spike" in which three buying prices grow progressively larger. All of these patterns are explained in his own FAQ and supplemented with examples of their appearance from his own data. Turnips and Time Travel ----------------------- Some players may be tempted (or forced) to time travel a bit in order to check Tom Nook's asking prices for the week. Be forewarned of time travel using the in-game clock, or of any discrepancy between the two clocks: when the DS clock and the in-game clock become desynchronized, turnip prices will consistnently experience the constantly-decreasing pattern. This means that Joan will constantly sell turnips to you for prices above 96 bells, while Tom Nook will never have an asking price higher than 96 bells (credit: Myster Mask), effectively preventing you from making a profit. Any time travel backwards in time will cause all held White Turnips to rot, except under very special circumstances. Do not attempt it if you expect to be able to sell your turnips. Glitches Involving Turnips -------------------------- Two very advantageous glitches may be exploited so that White Turnips will not spoil. Some will argue that the exploitation of these glitches is cheating. I will not debate the issue here. Turnips will not spoil when they are placed on a table (or an item that functions as a table) or when they are placed in the lost and found. To drop White Turnips on a table, set down any items that you can walk over directly in front of the table. Stand on the item facing the table and attempt to drop your turnips on the ground. They will land on the table by means of a glitch, preventing any spoilage. Alternatively, wait until just before a Crazy Redd visit you have booked and then place your White Turnips on the ground where his tent will appear. The turnips will be displaced to the lost and found, where they may remain until you experience a high price or are forced to pick them up as new lost items eventually force their removal. _ __ __ _ | |========\ \===================================================/ /========| | | | J. \ \ Special Events / / (EVENT) | | |_|==========\/=================================================\/==========|_| Special events are a vital part of Animal Crossing: Wild World. The game was meant to be played over a full calendar year, with player's spending a little bit of time each day working in their towns. As one would expect, town life can get a little boring over a full year of play, so special events come as a welcome change of pace. I've also included a section on time travel here seeing as events showcase time's influence on the game in a very noticeable way. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 1. Event Calendar (J-100) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= The following is a complete list of every event that will occur in any calendar year of the game. Descriptions of the events follow in the next section. Apart from New Year's Day, there are no holidays in Wild World that are also holidays in real life. Something special will also happen on the date you input as your birthday, which is covered in the next section. O=============================================================================O | Date(s) of Event | Event Name | Time of Event | O===========================o=========================o=======================O | January 1 | New Year's Day | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 2nd Saturday of January | La-Di-Day | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 3rd Sunday of January | Fishing Tourney | Noon - 6PM | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 4th Sunday of January | Yay Day | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 1st Saturday of February | Flea Market | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 2nd Week of February | Bright Nights | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 4th Sunday of February | Fishing Tourney | Noon - 6PM | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 1st Saturday of March | Flea Market | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 2nd Saturday of March | La-Di-Day | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 3rd Sunday of March | Fishing Tourney | Noon - 6PM | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 4th Sunday of March | Yay Day | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | April 1 to 7 | Cherry Blossom Festival | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 1st Saturday of April | Flea Market | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 2nd Week of April | Flower Fest | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 4th Sunday of April | Fishing Tourney | Noon - 6PM | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 1st Saturday of May | Flea Market | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 2nd Saturday of May | La-Di-Day | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 3rd Sunday of May | Fishing Tourney | Noon - 6PM | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 4th Sunday of May | Yay Day | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 1st Saturday of June | Flea Market | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 3rd Sunday of June | The Bug Off | Noon - 6PM | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 1st Saturday of July | Flea Market | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 2nd Saturday of July | La-Di-Day | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 3rd Sunday of July | The Bug Off | Noon - 6PM | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 4th Sunday of July | Yay Day | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | Every Saturday of August | Fireworks Show | 7PM - Midnight | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 3rd Sunday of August | The Bug Off | Noon - 6PM | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 1st Saturday of September | Flea Market | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 2nd Saturday of September | La-Di-Day | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 3rd Sunday of September | The Bug Off | Noon - 6PM | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 4th Sunday of September | Yay Day | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 1st Saturday of October | Flea Market | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 4th Sunday of October | Fishing Tourney | Noon - 6PM | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 1st Saturday of November | Flea Market | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 2nd Saturday of November | La-Di-Day | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 3rd Sunday of November | Fishing Tourney | Noon - 6PM | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 4th Sunday of November | Yay Day | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 1st Saturday of December | Flea Market | All Day | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | 3rd Sunday of December | Fishing Tourney | Noon - 6PM | |---------------------------+-------------------------+-----------------------| | December 31 | Countdown | All Day | O=============================================================================O The character may tan from the second half of July until the first half of September if you play in sunlight. The tan will fade gradually if you play while holding an umbrella, when you go indoors, when you play at night, and when you do not play daily during this period. The tan will fade when this period expires. From December 11 to February 24, snowballs will appear in your town, allowing you to make a Snowman. From April 1st to 7th, your town's trees will change to a reddish color as the Cherry Blossom Festival is celebrated. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 2. Event Descriptions (J-200) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= There is much to accomplish during each one of Wild World's events. The below descriptions will tell you how to get the most out of each special day. La-Di-Day --------- Time: All day long on every second Saturday of odd-numbered months. La-Di-Day is a day of music in which all of your villagers will be trying to sing a new town tune. You will function as a judge. Talk to all of your villagers in turn to hear their songs. You may have to talk to some villagers repeatedly to coax the song out. If you enjoy the town tune a villager sings, choose "You're hired!" upon the song's completion. This makes the song the new town tune. If you would rather stick with the current town tune or would like to wait to here tunes from other villagers, choose "That won't do." You may change your mind about the town tune many times throughout the day. When you select another villager's song as the town tune, the other song will be displaced. Remember that you may always change the town tune at the Civics Center afterwards. To avoid changing the town tune altogether, make an effort not to speak to any villager on La-Di-Day. Fishing Tourney --------------- Time: 12:00pm - 6:00pm on every third Sunday in January, March, May, November, and December. The rules of the Fishing Tourney are simple: whoever catches the largest fish and presents it to Tortimer within the six hour time frame wins the rare Fish Trophy. If you do not have a rod to fish with, just talk to the mayor to receive one for free. You can also speak with the mayor to see how large the leading fish caught by one of your villagers is. Your goal is simply to catch a bigger fish than that. If you catch another fish bigger than the last one you caught, you will be rewarded with a furniture item from Tortimer as well. The sizes of all fish are available under "Fish" in the Master Item List, but for convenience, here are the top five largest fish that are available in the months in which the Fishing Tourney takes place. 1. Tuna (7.5 feet) 2. Stringfish (4.9 feet) 3. Coelcanth (4.9 feet) 4. Sea Bass (3.25 feet) 5. Red Snapper (2.9 feet) As you can see, catching a Tuna pretty much guarantees a win. However, a villager may sometimes be able to catch a larger fish than you. To easily win the Fishing Tourney, open your gates at just after 12:00pm. The villagers will return to their homes to await nonexistent visitors. Then catch all the fish you want. Wait until a few minutes before 6:00pm, then have Copper close your gates. Quickly return to Tortimer to enter your fish to easily win the tournament. If and when you do win the Fishing Tourney, the Fish Trophy will be mailed to you. The letter will be written on Formal Paper, which in and of itself is fairly rare. There will also be a notice of congratulations on the bulletin board outside the Town Hall for you. Yay Day ------- Time: All day long on every fourth Sunday in some months of the year. Yay Day has been dubbed Wild World's most pointless holiday. Why? It is simply a day in which all of your villagers (even villagers of the Cranky personality) will act extra nice and give you compliments. You'll be prompted to type up a compliment for each villager you talk to as well. The findings regarding letter writing would indicate that what you say is fairly unimportant, but it has been said to say something nice that compliments the personality of the villager to increase friendship. Regardless, be sure to talk to each of your villagers after giving him/her a compliment. He/she will ask you if you meant what you said. Respond by saying "Yes" and your friendship with that villager will supposedly improve. Flea Market ----------- Time: All day long on every first Saturday of the month, except in January and August. During the Flea Market, some of your villagers will offer to sell their furniture to you at very decent prices. When you visit the homes of these villagers, you'll notice that not all of their furniture will be for sale. After examining an item that the villager is willing to sell, you will be offered a price. From here you can accept or decline the offer and haggle for the right price. In some cases, you may be able to haggle very low. This may have to do with having a full friendship meter with that villager. You can also sell your own items on this day. Just enter your home and a villager will enter fairly quickly. The villager will examine a piece of furniture you have (which may be correlated to the piece he/she will examine when a visit is scheduled). If you are willing to sell the item, you can haggle with the villager for the right price. If you have a maxed out friendship meter with that villager, your neighbor may offer up to 298% of what Tom Nook will offer for the item. This means that an item that costs 1,000 bells can be sold for as high as 2,980 bells, or possibly even a few bells higher than that. It is a very good idea to put out fish and insects you have caught and wish to sell for high prices during Flea Market Day. If you have forgotten to put out these items or put away items that you do not wish to sell, simply open your gates to have all of your villagers return to their homes. They won't bother you when you go into your house to make the necessary changes. Bright Nights ------------- Time: Second week of February. Your town lights up as villagers decorate their houses with bright colored lights during this week. You will be the judge of the contest, just as you were during La-Di-Day. On each day of the competition, Tortimer will ask you who you think has the best display. Select a winning villager, then be sure to go talk to him/her to possibly receive a gift. Flower Fest ----------- Time: Second week of April. The Flower Fest is a week long event in which everyone in town competes to see who can grow the best garden. The winner will receive the Flower Trophy from Tortimer in a letter, a congratulatory messagage on the bulletin board, and the title of "Green Thumb". Tortimer will preside over the activities from the Town Hall. If you speak to him, the mayor will explain how the Flower Fest works. "During the Flower Fest, residents transform the area around their home... into the garden of their dreams! After every one in town has done so, I will choose the best garden on the last day of the Flower Fest. Then I will grant the best gardener the esteemed title of Green Thumb!" Tortimer will also give you a different bag of flower seeds on each day of the Flower Fest. There is some controversy over how the Flower Fest is judged. The above quote indicates that it is only judged on the last day of the festival, meaning that you must have your garden ready by then and not necessarily before. Another statement made by Tortimer sheds further light on the situation. "Lest you get any foolish ideas, it's not just about planting flowers willy- nilly! A beautiful garden is well-planned, with a sense of order and dignity! But for my money, I like a dazzlingly dense array of flowers!" This would indicate that your garden must be orderly and be comprised of many flowers. I would say that the two (or possibly three) rows of spaces nearest to your house would be counted in the judging process. Therefore, you must plant many growing flowers (not whithering flowers) in these spaces. It is also reasonable to conclude that the number of flowers matters far more than the number of different types of flowers present, or if the flowers planted are hybrids or Gold Roses. However, making sure you have hybrids present could never hurt. Despite the vagueness of the judging process, there is one sure way to win the Flower Fest and obtain the Flower Trophy. Just pick all of the flowers that your neighbors have planted. There is no way your neighbors can win with barren gardens. To make sure that no more flowers can generate around your neighbors' houses, place patterns on the ground around them. Oh the devious tactics you must use! Note that Tortimer's presence outside the Town Hall will stop all visits from Special Visitors during the Flower Fest, with the exception of K.K. Slider's visit on Saturday night. Interestingly, Tortimer will reveal his knowledge of birth flowers of each month of the year if you talk with him further. He will also import other horticultural information to you. Bug-Off ------- Time: 12:00pm - 6:00pm on every third Sunday in June, July, August, and September. The Bug-Off is very similar to the Fishing Tourney. Once again you have to catch the largest creature, only this time it's bugs. You may turn in your catches throughout the contest hours. If you beat your own personal largest bug, you will receive a furniture item from Tortimer. If you win the competition, you will receive a letter written on Formal Paper in the mail. Attached will be the Bug Trophy. There will also be a notice on the bulletin board congratulating you on your win. The sizes of every bug are available under "Insects" in the Master Item List. Use the insect list to find the following five largest bugs available during the hours of the contest. 1. Birdwing Butterfly (260mm) 2. Emperor Butterfly (115mm) 3. Peacock Butterfly (105mm) 4. Tiger Butterfly (90mm) =. Banded Dragonfly (90mm) Catching the Birdwing Butterfly will ensure your victory, but to prevent other villagers from catching bigger insects than you, just use the same trick from the Fishing Tourney: open your gates. Some bugs are not available when your gates are open, but the large bugs above will still appear. Fireworks Show -------------- Time: 7:00pm - 12:00pm on every Saturday in August. Fireworks will be exploding across the sky during the Fireworks Show. You can even see them on the title screen if you boot the game up between 7:00PM and Midnight. All of your villagers will have joined Tortimer at the Town Hall to enjoy the festivities. Talk to the mayor to receive either a Sparkler or a Roman Candle. The appearance of each is based entirely on Tortimer's discretion, which is random. You may also receive multiple items, which you may wish to keep to commemorate the event. Sparklers and Roman Candles both sell for 30 bells each at Tom Nook's Shop, but it is far more fun to equip and ignite the items. Along with fireworks, you may also receive your fortune from Tortimer on the rare Tortimer Paper. The town tune will also change with the Fireworks Show. Remember that you can change the town tune at the Civic Center later, if you so wish. Acorn Festival -------------- Time: Second week of October. During October, acorns will start to appear under regular trees-- trees that are not cedar and do not bear any fruit. There will be, at maximum, one tree with acorns under it per acre. There are four types of acorns that you may find: Small Acorns, Acorns, Large Acorns and Rotten Acorns. You may sell each type of acorn for the following amounts. O=============================================================================O | Type of Acorn | Sell Price | O======================================o======================================O | Rotten Acorn | 2 Bells | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Small Acorn | 50 Bells | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Acorn | 80 Bells | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Round Acorn | 100 Bells | |--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------| | Large Acorn | 200 Bells | O=============================================================================O Feel free to sell the Rotten Acorns to Tom Nook (not for the meager bells you will make, but because removing them will increase the odds of receiving more valuable acorns), but you may wish to save the other types of acorns for the forthcoming Acorn Festival. The player will also receive a letter from Mom with a type of acorn attached as a reminder of the event. When the second week of October rolls around, visit the Town Hall to see your villagers milling around Cornimer, Tortimer's zany alter ego. Cornimer will accept acorns and will give you items from the Mushroom Series in return. All acorns apart from Rotten Acorns will count towards an item. If you are to give a Rotten Acorn to Cornimer by mistake, he will deduct five acorns from your cumulative total, meaning that you will have to donate five acorns more than usual to receive the respective Mush item (although he won't take away an item you have previously received). Here are the items you can obtain and their cumulative acorn totals. O=============================================================================O | Mushroom Series Item | Number of Acorns Given | O=====================================o=======================================O | Mushroom Stool | 5 Acorns | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Mushroom End Table | 10 Acorns | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Mushroom Lamp | 25 Acorns | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Mushroom Chair | 40 Acorns | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Mushroom Dresser | 60 Acorns | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Mushroom Closet | 80 Acorns | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Mushroom Stand | 100 Acorns | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Mushroom Table | 120 Acorns | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Mushroom TV | 140 Acorns | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Mushroom Bed | 170 Acorns | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Forest Wall | 200 Acorns | |-------------------------------------+---------------------------------------| | Forest Floor | 230 Acorns | O=============================================================================O You can also talk to Cornimer to get your fortune on Tortimer Paper. The fortune you will receive will contain predictions about your life, hopes, and karma. Countdown and New Year's Day ---------------------------- Time: December 31st and January 1st, all day long. The Countdown to the New Year will begin whenever you start playing on December 31st. A large digital clock has been placed near the Town Hall and it will tick down towards Midnight and January 1st. Also, cedar trees will be decorated with colored lights. Tortimer and a horde of villagers will flock to the Town Hall to celebrate. Talk to the mayor to receive a Party Popper, which you can set up. You can receive a near infinite number of Party Poppers, assuming that you have space in your inventory. When the clock hits zero, a tremendous display of fireworks will begin. The display will continue until 6:00am. Fireworks and Party Poppers aren't the only thing special about New Year's Day. You will receive a letter from Mom with a tidy sum of 10,000 bells attached, as well as another gift from Tortimer. You can receive your fortune on Tortimer Paper as well. Your Birthday ------------- Time: All day on the date you gave to a villager on your first day in town. When you begin playing on the date of your birthday, one villager will meet you outside your house. The villager will present you with the Birthday Cake as a gift from all of the animals in town. The Birthday Cake is a large lucky item that will help boost your HRA score. You will also receive letters with gifts attached from some of your villagers. Whether you receive a gift may depend on your friendship level with that villager. It is normal to not receive a gift from a few villagers simply because your friendship level may not have been high enough. A letter from Mom will also be delivered. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 3. Time Traveling (J-300) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Animal Crossing: Wild World is a game that runs in real time. Nintendo designed the game to be played for a relatively small amount of time daily over a year, if the player wished to experience all that Wild World had to offer. In the original Animal Crossing, time affected what bugs and fish would appear, when events would occur, and a number of different aspects of the game. Wild World introduced even more time-dependant aspects, including villager visits to your house, specific timeframes in which tasks and chores had to be done for your neighbors, and so on. Nintendo also anticipated that there would be times in which players would need to change the clock, such as if players shift timezones or switch to daylight savings time. They thus allowed players to change the clock a little to meet their needs. Perhaps this would be just an hour or two, or at most a few days. Such changes to the clock result in minor variations and no serious reprecussions. However, players discovered that the clock was malleable enough so that they could skip weeks, months, and even years at a time as they traveled back and forth through time. This little discovery allowed players to play the game in the space of a few weeks rather than the standard fifty-six; players were playing Animal Crossing in a way it was never meant to be plyaed. It was great for the impatient-- why not skip forward to that exciting event and bypass doing the menial tasks? But players never expected the traps and pitfalls of time travel. Rather than debating the ethics of time travel or laying out its impact on the Animal Crossing online community, I will describe its pros and cons, leaving the final decision on whether to "play God" with the clock to the reader. The Basics of Time Travel ------------------------- There are two clocks that interact when playing Wild World: the DS clock, and the game clock. The Nintendo DS system's internal clock, where the time and date may be set, can be accessed from the console's main menu (assuming that you have manual start-up mode in effect). The game's clock first makes an appearance when you are talking to Kapp'n. The default setting of the game clock is the setting on the DS clock. If you keep the clocks the same, they are said to be synchronized. If you choose to change the in-game clock to a date and time you prefer, the two clocks are said to be desynchronized. After these settings have been entered and your town have been saved, the in- game clock can be changed via the telephone in the Save Room, but only just as the player starts the game and the character is still sleeping. This is done by adjusting the "Reset Clock" option. Players can also change the time of the DS clock via the main menu of the DS console, assuming they are playing under manual start-up mode. Time travelers (commonly abbreviated as "TTers") generally time travel by adjusting the DS clock, as there are less (but still many) dangers associated with it. Some of the ill effects that may result from a discrepancy between the two clocks are influenced by the size and nature of the discrepancy, as noted by Myster Mask in his Glitch FAQ. If the difference between the clocks is only a few hours, small problems will occur. If the hour and day of the week settings remain the same but the month is changed (eg. If the DS setting is July 13, 2007, 9:00am and the in-game setting is September 13, 2007, 9:00am), there will again be little effect. If the hour, date, and year settings are very different, many problems will occur, as detailed under cons. For details on why this happens, consult Myster Mask's Glitch FAQ at the following URL: http://www.gamefaqs.com/portable/ds/file/920786/46849 There are many more dangers associated with traveling into the past than with going into the future. If the player time travels back over a time in which they have already played, problems can occur. Think along the same lines as Resetti functioning to discourage players from resetting and losing their progress. If a player time travels into the future, some of these problems are bypassed. But before these dangers are discussed under cons, the benefits of time travel. The Pros -------- There are several reasons that players time travel. Benefits can be pronounced, although over the long-term they become less apparent. The common benefits occur under two main areas: monetary benefits and chronological (time) benefits. I. Monetary Benefits 1. TTers take advantage of interest the Post Office gives you on the money in the savings account. The player simply puts any amount of 10,000 bells or more in the savings account and changes the time to the year 2099 (the maximum time it is possible to time travel forward) to receive a very large sum of money. The player then goes back to the past and, if desired, repeats the process to "earn" a lot of money in a very short span of time with little effort on the part of the player. 2. The player sets and resets the clock throughout the day to scope out Tom Nook's turnip prices. If a favorable price is observed within the window in which the turnips will not spoil, the turnips are sold for a large sum. Although the prices that Tom Nook will pay for turnips decrease in towns where there is a discrepancy between the two clocks, the benefits are still apparent. II. Chronological Benefits 1. The player may TT to experience special events that either occur in the distant future or have been missed. 2. To bypass the waiting period between making a date for a villager to visit and the coming of the visit, players change the clock. 3. To complete certain timed tasks that villagers give you, players may TT to gain more time. 4. If the player has missed an animal's birthday party, the player may travel backwards in time to experience the party and subsequently get a gift. 5. When balloons with presents attached float across the sky and the gift is missed, players go back in time to replay the event (although it may occur at a somewhat different time). This also holds true with shooting down Gulliver's UFO. 6. Players change the time to collect new bugs and fish, and therefore to make obtaining the Golden Net and Golden Rod easier. The Cons -------- The dangers and pitfalls of time traveling are numerous. Most serious among these is the emergence of several glitches that result from the desynchronization of the DS and the in-game clock (which means that they will occur for players who don't TT but have desynchronized clocks). 1. Weeds will run rampant over your town. Each day, three weeds are generated. It's your job to pick these weeds, less they overrun your town. If you time travel far into the future, your town will be choked with them. To bypass this issue, many players place patterns over every square inch of their towns, although this in itself can lead to more problems such as the disappearing item glitch. 2. Time travelling forward through time will make your villagers move out and your friendship with the remaining ones decrease exponentially. Having your villagers move out may not be troubling if the player is not attached to any one animal, but the benefits of friendship will be negated. 3. Any TTing backwards will result in all held White Turnips and planted Red Turnips to rot (except under very special circumstances). 4. Some quests (such as the Lost Kitten Scenario) will not be able to be completed when you TT. 5. TTing results in the desynchronization of the DS and the in-game clock. This results in several prevelant and dehabilitating glitches. These are dealt with in more detail over several respective sections of the FAQ, and in immense detail in Myster Mask's Glitch FAQ. The glitches include: a. The Red Turnip Glitch- After selling you a Red Turnip Seed once, Joan will refuse to sell you any more of them. b. Joan will always sell White Turnips for over 96 bells, while Tom Nook will always have an asking price of under 96 bells. This prevents any legitimate profit from being made. c. Gracie will never give you one of her custom clothing designs no matter how many bells you donate to her cause. d. Tom Nook will become booked up with orders, preventing catalog orders from him. Letters mailed out to villagers may not receive a response. The obvious and permanent solution to these problems is to resynchronize the console and the software clocks. For instructions on how to do this, see Myster Mask's Glitch FAQ at the URL given earlier in this section. 6. If you TT over the day on which Tom Nook states he will upgrade his shop, the upgrade will never come. The previous expansion will remain no matter how many items you buy or sell with him. Fixing this problem requires a little bit of work. You must note the day of the upgrade from the bulletin board and travel backwards to the day before construction begins. From there you can either wait or time travel forward to no longer than the next day and he will have upgraded. If the notice of construction has been purged from the bulletin board, it will require an extensive trial and error process. In this case it is advisable to either live with the present expansion or start a new town. The Verdict ----------- I have laid out the pros and cons of time travel. The decision on whether to do so is now up to you. Before you choose to time travel, however, note that it will take the fun out of the game. If you experience all that Wild World has to offer in a short timespan, odds are that you will enjoy the game for an equally short period of time. _ __ __ _ | |========\ \===================================================/ /========| | | | K. \ \ Master Item List / / (ITEMS) | | |_|==========\/=================================================\/==========|_| The following is a complete list of the 1,863 items available in Animal Crossing: Wild World. The items are, for the most part, done in catalog or inventory order. The list also includes items not found in the catalog, either by omission or because they are only attainable through hacking. Information on collecting any atypical items is included, as well as other useful and relevant information that will help you complete your catalog. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 1. Furniture (K0100) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Furniture is by far the largest category under the catalog, consisting of 562 different items. These items, which appear as little leaf icons, are sorted into four main groups: series, themes, sets, and other furniture. For the definitions of all of these, see "The Basics of Furnishing". I have sorted them as such. The matching wallpaper and flooring to these series and themes will be covered in a subsequent section. In the interest of saving space, I have abbreviated the names of each series, theme, or set. These abbreviations are listed below. AA ......... Exotic Series BF ........ Nursery Theme CQ ........ Japanese Set AB .......... Ranch Series BG .. Mad Scientist Theme CR ........ Backyard Set AC ........ Classic Series BH ......... Pirate Theme CS ........ Nintendo Set AD .......... Regal Series CA ......... Oil Drum Set CT ............ Vase Set AE ........... Blue Series CB ...... Black Chess Set CU ... Welcome Kitty Set AF ......... Cabana Series CC ...... White Chess Set CV .......... Citrus Set AG .......... Green Series CD ........ Classroom Set CW ............ Pear Set AH .......... Cabin Series CE ......... Hospital Set CX ...... Watermelon Set AI ......... Modern Series CF ............ Study Set CY .......... Froggy Set AJ ......... Kiddie Series CG ........... Office Set CZ ............ Pine Set AK ......... Lovely Series CH ............. Cafe Set C0 ........... Tulip Set AL ........... Robo Series CI ........... Dharma Set C1 ............ Iris Set AM ........ Snowman Series CJ ....... Teddy Bear Set C2 ........ Daffodil Set AN ........... Mush Series CK ....... Panda Bear Set C3 ............ Drum Set BA ......... Western Theme CL ........... Cactus Set C4 .......... String Set BB ........... Space Theme CM ............. Golf Set C5 .......... Guitar Set BC .... Construction Theme CN .... Red Furniture Set C6 ..... Pine Bonsai Set BD .......... Boxing Theme CO ....... Totem Pole Set C7 .......... Bonsai Set BE ........ Backyard Theme CP ........ Lava Lamp Set C8 ..... House Plant Set Other Furniture is marked with a "D-". There is some speculation about the namings of the Mossy Garden Theme and the Backyard Set. Some say that these two names should be reveresed, namely "Backyard Theme" and "Mossy Garden Set" as in the original Animal Crossing. Regardless, this resulted from an NOA localization mistake. Any item marked with an asterix (*) is not available for order from the catalog. These items as well as where they are attained are listed below. Snowman Bed.................. Snowman Snowman Dresser.............. Snowman Snowman Wardrobe............. Snowman Snowman Chair................ Snowman Snowman Sofa................. Snowman Snowman Table................ Snowman Snowman Fridge............... Snowman Snowman TV................... Snowman Snowman Clock................ Snowman Snowman Lamp................. Snowman Mushroom Bed................ Cornimer Mushroom Dresser............ Cornimer Mushroom Closet............. Cornimer Mushroom Chair.............. Cornimer Mushroom Stool.............. Cornimer Mushroom Table.............. Cornimer Mushroom End Table.......... Cornimer Mushroom Lamp............... Cornimer Mushroom Stand.............. Cornimer Mushroom TV................. Cornimer Metroid..................... Gulliver Moai Statue................. Gulliver Tribal Mask................. Gulliver Arc de Triomphe............. Gulliver Merlion..................... Gulliver Pagoda...................... Gulliver Plate Armor................. Gulliver Mermaid Statue.............. Gulliver Mouth of Truth.............. Gulliver Manekin Pis................. Gulliver Tower of Pisa............... Gulliver Compass..................... Gulliver Matryoshka.................. Gulliver Snowman...................... Snowman Piggy Bank................... Savings Chocolates.................. Gulliver Box of Tissues............... Savings Birthday Cake............... Birthday Throne..................... Spotlight Music Box.............. Katie/Kaitlin Portrait............... Katie/Kaitlin One-Story Model.................. HRA Two-Story Model.................. HRA Mansion Model.................... HRA Nook's Cranny............. PTM Points Nook 'n Go................ PTM Points Nookway................... PTM Points Nookington's.............. PTM Points Museum Model................ Blathers Town Hall Model.............. Savings Fish Trophy................. Tortimer Bug Trophy.................. Tortimer Flower Trophy............... Tortimer Other items that do not appear in the catalog include Animal Pics, the Blue Falcon and Pikin Items, as well as all items comprising the Mario Theme. In addition, the Nintendo Set, consisting of the Arwing (Spotlight), Master Sword (Spotlight), Metroid (Gulliver) and Triforce (Redd) were not included in the official Animal Crossing: Wild World guide. Below you will find where to find each item, how much it will cost you (either from Tom Nook or Redd; items that come without a price are marked as N/A), how much you will get for selling the item to Tom Nook, the item's size, its two colors, and its two genre designations. O=============================================================================O | ## | Item Name | Avail. | Buy | Sell | S | Colors | Genres | O====o=====================o=========o=========o========o===o========o========O | AA | Exotic Bed | Redd | 2,540 | 635 | 4 | Gray | School | | | | | 5,080 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AA | Exotic Bureau | Group A | 2,400 | 600 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AA | Exotic Wardrobe | Group C | 2,180 | 545 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AA | Exotic Bench | Group A | 1,900 | 475 | 2 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AA | Exotic Chair | Group A | 1,400 | 350 | 1 | White | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AA | Exotic Table | Redd | 2,300 | 575 | 2 | Brown | School | | | | | 4,600 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AA | Exotic End Table | Group B | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AA | Exotic Lamp | Group B | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AA | Exotic Screen | Group C | 2,250 | 562 | 2 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AA | Exotic Chest | Sptlght | 1,800 | 450 | 2 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AB | Ranch Bed | Group C | 2,300 | 575 | 2 | White | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AB | Ranch Dresser | Redd | 2,720 | 680 | 2 | Brown | School | | | | | 5,440 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AB | Ranch Wardrobe | Group A | 3,050 | 762 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AB | Ranch Couch | Group C | 2,400 | 600 | 2 | Green | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AB | Ranch Armchair | Group A | 2,000 | 500 | 1 | Green | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AB | Ranch Chair | Redd | 1,400 | 350 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | 2,800 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AB | Ranch Table | Group B | 1,700 | 425 | 4 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AB | Ranch Tea Table | Group B | 1,800 | 450 | 2 | Green | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AB | Ranch Bookcase | Group C | 2,000 | 500 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AB | Ranch Hutch | Sptlght | 2,560 | 640 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AC | Classic Bed | Group B | 2,520 | 630 | 4 | White | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AC | Classic Vanity | Redd | 2,560 | 640 | 2 | Brown | School | | | | | 5,120 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AC | Classic Wardrobe | Redd | 2,560 | 640 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | 5,120 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AC | Classic Chair | Group C | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AC | Classic Sofa | Group C | 2,240 | 560 | 2 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | Yellow | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AC | Classic Table | Group A | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | White | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AC | Classic Bookcase | Sptlght | 2,560 | 640 | 2 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AC | Classic Buffet | Group B | 3,360 | 840 | 2 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AC | Classic Desk | Group A | 2,200 | 550 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AC | Classic Clock | Group C | 2,180 | 545 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AD | Regal Bed | Redd | 3,120 | 780 | 4 | White | School | | | | | 6,240 | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AD | Regal Dresser | Group C | 3,520 | 880 | 2 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AD | Regal Armoire | Group B | 3,820 | 980 | 1 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AD | Regal Chair | Redd | 2,100 | 525 | 1 | White | School | | | | | 4,200 | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AD | Regal Sofa | Group A | 3,100 | 775 | 2 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AD | Regal Table | Group A | 2,540 | 635 | 2 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AD | Regal Lamp | Group A | 2,400 | 600 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AD | Regal Clock | Sptlght | 3,360 | 840 | 1 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AD | Regal Bookcase | Group C | 3,120 | 780 | 2 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AD | Regal Vanity | Group B | 3,200 | 800 | 1 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AE | Blue Bed | Redd | 2,100 | 525 | 2 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | 4,200 | | | Blue | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AE | Blue Bureau | Group B | 2,160 | 540 | 2 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Blue | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AE | Blue Wardrobe | Group A | 1,920 | 480 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Blue | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AE | Blue Chair | Group C | 1,200 | 300 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Blue | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AE | Blue Bench | Group A | 1,900 | 475 | 2 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Blue | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AE | Blue Table | Redd | 1,800 | 450 | 4 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | 3,600 | | | Blue | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AE | Blue Bookcase | Group B | 1,900 | 475 | 2 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Blue | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AE | Blue Cabinet | Group C | 2,400 | 600 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Blue | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AE | Blue Clock | Group C | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Blue | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AE | Blue Dresser | Sptlght | 2,100 | 525 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Blue | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AF | Cabana Bed | Redd | 2,200 | 550 | 4 | White | School | | | | | 4,400 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AF | Cabana Dresser | Group A | 2,400 | 600 | 2 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AF | Cabana Wardrobe | Group B | 2,240 | 560 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AF | Cabana Chair | Redd | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | 3,200 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AF | Cabana Armchair | Sptlght | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | White | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AF | Cabana Table | Group C | 1,800 | 450 | 2 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AF | Cabana Lamp | Group B | 1,700 | 425 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AF | Cabana Bookcase | Group B | 2,400 | 600 | 2 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AF | Cabana Vanity | Group A | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AF | Cabana Screen | Group C | 2,000 | 500 | 2 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AG | Green Bed | Group B | 2,160 | 540 | 2 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Orange | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AG | Green Dresser | Redd | 2,320 | 580 | 2 | Green | Modern | | | | | 4,640 | | | Orange | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AG | Green Wardrobe | Redd | 2,300 | 575 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | 4,600 | | | Green | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AG | Green Chair | Group A | 1,200 | 300 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Green | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AG | Green Bench | Group A | 1,800 | 450 | 2 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Green | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AG | Green Table | Group C | 1,700 | 425 | 4 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Green | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AG | Green Desk | Group C | 2,000 | 500 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Green | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AG | Green Lamp | Group C | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Orange | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AG | Green Counter | Group B | 2,400 | 600 | 2 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Green | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AG | Green Pantry | Sptlght | 2,290 | 572 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Green | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AH | Cabin Bed | Group A | 2,400 | 600 | 2 | Clrful | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AH | Cabin Dresser | Redd | 2,160 | 540 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | 4,320 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AH | Cabin Wardrobe | Group C | 2,480 | 620 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AH | Cabin Chair | Redd | 1,700 | 425 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | 3,400 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AH | Cabin Armchair | Group B | 2,280 | 570 | 1 | White | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AH | Cabin Couch | Group C | 2,480 | 620 | 2 | White | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AH | Cabin Table | Group B | 2,100 | 525 | 4 | Clrful | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AH | Cabin Low Table | Group A | 2,100 | 525 | 2 | Clrful | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AH | Cabin Bookcase | Sptlght | 2,300 | 575 | 2 | Clrful | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AH | Cabin Clock | Group C | 2,000 | 500 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AI | Modern Bed | Group C | 2,320 | 580 | 4 | Black | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AI | Modern Dresser | Group A | 2,520 | 630 | 1 | Black | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AI | Modern Wardrobe | Redd | 2,560 | 640 | 1 | Black | Modern | | | | | 5,120 | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AI | Modern Chair | Group B | 1,500 | 375 | 1 | Black | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AI | Modern Sofa | Group C | 2,620 | 680 | 2 | Black | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AI | Modern End Table | Redd | 1,900 | 475 | 1 | Black | Modern | | | | | 3,800 | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AI | Modern Desk | Group B | 2,480 | 620 | 2 | Black | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AI | Modern Table | Group A | 1,800 | 450 | 2 | Black | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AI | Modern Cabinet | Sptlght | 2,580 | 645 | 2 | Black | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AI | Modern Lamp | Group B | 1,400 | 350 | 1 | Black | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AJ | Kiddie Bed | Redd | 2,100 | 525 | 2 | Clrful | Modern | | | | | 4,200 | | | Clrful | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AJ | Kiddie Dresser | Group C | 2,150 | 537 | 2 | Clrful | Modern | | | | | | | | Clrful | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AJ | Kiddie Wardrobe | Group C | 2,180 | 545 | 1 | Clrful | Modern | | | | | | | | Clrful | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AJ | Kiddie Couch | Group B | 2,200 | 550 | 2 | Clrful | Modern | | | | | | | | Clrful | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AJ | Kiddie Chair | Group B | 1,400 | 350 | 1 | Clrful | Modern | | | | | | | | Clrful | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AJ | Kiddie Table | Group A | 2,200 | 550 | 4 | Clrful | Modern | | | | | | | | Clrful | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AJ | Kiddie Bureau | Group B | 2,200 | 550 | 1 | Clrful | Modern | | | | | | | | Clrful | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AJ | Kiddie Bookcase | Group A | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Clrful | Modern | | | | | | | | Clrful | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AJ | Kiddie Clock | Redd | 1,480 | 370 | 1 | Clrful | Modern | | | | | 2,960 | | | Clrful | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AJ | Kiddie Stereo | Sptlght | 1,900 | 475 | 2 | Clrful | Modern | | | | | | | | Clrful | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AK | Lovely Bed | Group A | 2,000 | 500 | 4 | Pink | Modern | | | | | | | | Pink | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AK | Lovely Dresser | Group C | 2,160 | 540 | 2 | Pink | Modern | | | | | | | | Pink | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AK | Lovely Armoire | Redd | 2,240 | 560 | 1 | Pink | Modern | | | | | 4,480 | | | Pink | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AK | Lovely Chair | Group B | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | Pink | Modern | | | | | | | | Pink | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AK | Lovely Loveseat | Group A | 2,000 | 500 | 2 | Pink | Modern | | | | | | | | Pink | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AK | Lovely End Table | Redd | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Pink | Modern | | | | | 3,600 | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AK | Lovely Table | Group C | 1,800 | 450 | 2 | Pink | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AK | Lovely Vanity | Group B | 2,200 | 550 | 1 | Pink | Modern | | | | | | | | Pink | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AK | Lovely Kitchen | Sptlght | 2,280 | 570 | 2 | Pink | Modern | | | | | | | | Pink | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AK | Lovely Lamp | Group B | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | Pink | Modern | | | | | | | | Pink | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AL | Robo-Bed | Group C | 2,000 | 500 | 2 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AL | Robo-Dresser | Group B | 2,560 | 640 | 2 | Gray | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AL | Robo-Closet | Redd | 2,400 | 600 | 1 | Gray | Modern | | | | | 4,800 | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AL | Robo-Sofa | Group B | 2,000 | 500 | 2 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AL | Robo-Chair | Group A | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | Gray | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AL | Robo-Table | Group A | 2,200 | 550 | 4 | Gray | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AL | Robo-Stereo | Sptlght | 2,200 | 550 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AL | Robo-TV | Group B | 2,360 | 590 | 2 | Gray | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AL | Robo-Clock | Group C | 1,400 | 350 | 1 | Gray | Modern | | | | | | | | Black | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AL | Robo-Lamp | Redd | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | 3,600 | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AM | Snowman Bed* | Snowman | N/A | 8,888 | 2 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AM | Snowman Dresser* | Snowman | N/A | 8,888 | 1 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AM | Snowman Wardrobe* | Snowman | N/A | 8,888 | 1 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AM | Snowman Chair* | Snowman | N/A | 8,888 | 1 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AM | Snowman Sofa* | Snowman | N/A | 8,888 | 2 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AM | Snowman Table* | Snowman | N/A | 8,888 | 4 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AM | Snowman Fridge* | Snowman | N/A | 8,888 | 1 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AM | Snowman TV* | Snowman | N/A | 8,888 | 2 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AM | Snowman Clock* | Snowman | N/A | 8,888 | 1 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AM | Snowman Lamp* | Snowman | N/A | 8,888 | 1 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AN | Mushroom Bed* | Cornmer | N/A | 2,450 | 2 | Red | N/A | | | | | | | | Red | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AN | Mushroom Dresser* | Cornmer | N/A | 2,450 | 2 | Brown | N/A | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AN | Mushroom Closet* | Cornmer | N/A | 2,450 | 1 | Brown | N/A | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AN | Mushroom Chair* | Cornmer | N/A | 2,450 | 1 | White | N/A | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AN | Mushroom Stool* | Cornmer | N/A | 2,450 | 1 | Brown | N/A | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AN | Mushroom Table* | Cornmer | N/A | 2,450 | 4 | Red | N/A | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AN | Mushroom End Table* | Cornmer | N/A | 2,450 | 1 | White | N/A | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AN | Mushroom Lamp* | Cornmer | N/A | 2,450 | 1 | White | N/A | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AN | Mushroom Stand* | Cornmer | N/A | 2,450 | 2 | Red | N/A | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | AN | Mushroom TV* | Cornmer | N/A | 2,450 | 2 | Red | N/A | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BA | Cow Skull | Group A | 1,020 | 255 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BA | Desert Cactus | Group B | 890 | 222 | 1 | Green | School | | | | | | | | Green | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BA | Western Fence | Group A | 880 | 220 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BA | Saddle Fence | Redd | 2,180 | 545 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | 4,320 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BA | Storefront | Group C | 3,680 | 920 | 2 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BA | Covered Wagon | Sptlght | 3,800 | 950 | 2 | White | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BA | Watering Trough | Group B | 1,100 | 275 | 2 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BA | Tumbleweed | Group C | 520 | 130 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BA | Well | Redd | 2,700 | 675 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | 5,400 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BA | Wagon Wheel | Group B | 1,230 | 307 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BB | Asteroid | Group A | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Gray | Modern | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BB | Moon | Sptlght | 32,000 | 8,000 | 4 | Gray | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BB | Lunar Lander | Group B | 3,200 | 800 | 4 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BB | Rocket | Redd | 2,400 | 600 | 2 | Red | Modern | | | | | 4,800 | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BB | Lunar Rover | Group A | 2,560 | 640 | 2 | Gray | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BB | Satellite | Group C | 2,600 | 650 | 2 | Gray | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BB | Space Shuttle | Redd | 2,780 | 695 | 2 | White | Modern | | | | | 5,560 | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BB | Spaceman Sam | Group C | 2,800 | 700 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BB | Space Station | Group B | 2,800 | 700 | 4 | Gray | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BB | Flying Saucer | Group C | 2,400 | 600 | 4 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BC | Detour Arrow | Group A | 600 | 150 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | Red | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BC | Handcart | Group A | 800 | 200 | 1 | Red | School | | | | | | | | Red | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BC | Iron Frame | Group C | 1,200 | 400 | 2 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | Red | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BC | Manhole Cover | Group B | 1,000 | 250 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BC | Orange Cone | Group C | 600 | 150 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | Red | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BC | Traffic Cone | Group A | 800 | 200 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | Red | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BC | Saw Horse | Redd | 1,200 | 400 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | 2,400 | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BC | Wet Roadway Sign | Group B | 850 | 212 | 1 | Orange | Modern | | | | | | | | Orange | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BC | Steam Roller | Redd | 4,500 | 1,125 | 2 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | 9,000 | | | Black | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BC | Jackhammer | Group C | 1,880 | 470 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BC | Striped Cone | Group B | 800 | 200 | 1 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Black | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BC | Cement Mixer | Sptlght |1,600 | 400 | 1 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Yellow | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CA | Brown Drum | Group A | 800 | 200 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CA | Green Drum | Group B | 800 | 200 | 1 | Green | School | | | | | | | | Green | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CA | Red Drum | Group C | 800 | 200 | 1 | Red | School | | | | | | | | Red | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CA | Haz-Mat Barrel | Group C | 830 | 208 | 1 | Red | School | | | | | | | | Red | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CA | Oil Drum | Group A | 840 | 210 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | Yellow | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BD | Boxing Barricade | Group C | 1,050 | 262 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BD | Red Corner | Redd | 6,800 | 1,700 | 4 | Red | Modern | | | | | 13,600 | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BD | Blue Corner | Sptlght | 6,800 | 1,700 | 4 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BD | Neutral Corner | Group A | 5,500 | 1,375 | 4 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BD | Judge's Bell | Redd | 1,790 | 447 | 1 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | 3,580 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BD | Boxing Mat | Group C | 1,180 | 295 | 2 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Blue | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BD | Ringside Table | Group A | 1,320 | 330 | 2 | Brown | Modern | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BD | Weight Bench | Group C | 3,590 | 897 | 2 | Black | Modern | | | | | | | | Black | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BD | Sandbag | Group B | 3,190 | 797 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | Red | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BD | Speed Bab | Group A | 2,990 | 747 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BE | Birdhouse | Group B | 1,620 | 405 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BE | Mr. Flamingo | Group B | 1,530 | 382 | 1 | Pink | School | | | | | | | | Pink | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BE | Mrs. Flamingo | Group A | 1,530 | 382 | 1 | Pink | School | | | | | | | | Pink | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BE | Garden Gnome | Sptlght | 3,380 | 845 | 1 | Red | School | | | | | | | | Clrful | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BE | Bug Zapper | Group A | 1,200 | 300 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Blue | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BE | Hammock | Group C | 1,320 | 330 | 2 | White | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BE | Bird Bath | Group A | 1,450 | 362 | 1 | Green | School | | | | | | | | Green | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BE | Picnic Table | Group C | 1,390 | 347 | 4 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | Yellow | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BE | Bird Feeder | Group C | 1,260 | 315 | 1 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BE | Lawn Chair | Group A | 1,180 | 295 | 1 | Blue | School | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BE | Lawn Mower | Redd | 2,760 | 690 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | 5,520 | | | Red | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BE | Barbecue | Group B | 1,760 | 440 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | Red | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BE | Backyard Pool | Redd | 990 | 247 | 4 | Blue | Modern | | | | | 1,980 | | | Blue | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BE | Sprinkler | Group C | 1,640 | 410 | 1 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Yellow | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BE | Tiki Torch | Group B | 870 | 217 | 1 | Red | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BF | Elephant Slide | Group C | 1,200 | 300 | 2 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Blue | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BF | Stroller | Group B | 1,960 | 440 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BF | Cradle | Group A | 3,800 | 950 | 1 | Pink | Modern | | | | | | | | Pink | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BF | Baby Bed | Redd | 2,900 | 725 | 1 | Clrful | Modern | | | | | 5,800 | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BF | Clackercart | Group B | 1,380 | 345 | 1 | Clrful | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BF | Merry-Go-Round | Redd | 640 | 160 | 1 | Clrful | Modern | | | | | 1,280 | | | Clrful | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BF | Rocking Horse | Group A | 600 | 150 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BF | Train Set | Group C | 1,600 | 400 | 4 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Green | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BF | Wobbelina | Group B | 700 | 175 | 1 | Pink | School | | | | | | | | Pink | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BF | Dolly | Sptlght | 6,800 | 1,700 | 1 | Red | School | | | | | | | | Red | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BG | Lab Bench | Group A | 4,800 | 1,200 | 2 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BG | Lab Chair | Group B | 2,200 | 550 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BG | Medicine Chest | Redd | 2,280 | 570 | 2 | Clrful | School | | | | | 5,560 | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BG | Florence Flask | Group C | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | Clrful | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BG | Amazing Machine | Redd | 3,600 | 900 | 2 | Black | School | | | | | | | | Black | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BG | Unknown Machine | Sptlght | 4,800 | 1,200 | 1 | Black | School | | | | | | | | Black | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BG | Complex Machine | Group A | 3,840 | 960 | 4 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Black | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BH | Helm | Pascal | N/A | 280 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | 1,120 | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BH | Barrel | Pascal | N/A | 200 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | 800 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BH | Keg | Pascal | N/A | 200 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | 800 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BH | Ship Cannon | Pascal | N/A | 455 | 4 | Green | School | | | | | 1,820 | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BH | Anchor | Pascal | N/A | 475 | 4 | Black | School | | | | | 1,900 | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | BH | Ship Compass | Pascal | N/A | 400 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | 1,600 | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CB | Black Pawn | Group B | 1,100 | 275 | 1 | Black | Modern | | | | | | | | Black | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CB | Black Bishop | Group A | 2,800 | 700 | 1 | Black | Modern | | | | | | | | Black | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CB | Black King | Sptlght | 8,000 | 2,000 | 1 | Black | Modern | | | | | | | | Black | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CB | Black Knight | Redd | 2,800 | 700 | 1 | Black | Modern | | | | | 5,600 | | | Black | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CB | Black Queen | Sptlght | 8,000 | 2,000 | 1 | Black | Modern | | | | | | | | Black | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CB | Black Rook | Redd | 2,800 | 700 | 1 | Black | Modern | | | | | 5,600 | | | Black | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CC | White Pawn | Group A | 1,100 | 275 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CC | White Bishop | Group C | 2,800 | 700 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CC | White King | Sptlght | 8,000 | 2,000 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CC | White Knight | Redd | 2,800 | 700 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | 5,600 | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CC | White Queen | Sptlght | 8,000 | 2,000 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CC | White Rook | Redd | 2,800 | 700 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | 5,600 | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CD | Hamster Cage | Sptlght | 2,290 | 572 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CD | Mop | Group A | 900 | 225 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CD | Skeleton | Sptlght | 3,360 | 840 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CD | Anatomical Model | Group C | 3,360 | 840 | 1 | Clrful | Modern | | | | | | | | Clrful | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CD | Clear Model | Redd | 3,360 | 840 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | 6,720 | | | Blue | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CE | Vision Tester | Group A | 2,280 | 570 | 1 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CE | Trunk Measure | Group B | 1,680 | 420 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CE | Stadiometer | Group C | 1,680 | 420 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CE | Scale | Group B | 1,200 | 300 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CE | Hospital Bed | Redd | 3,600 | 900 | 2 | Green | Modern | | | | | 7.200 | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CF | Writing Desk | Group C | 1,900 | 475 | 2 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CF | Writing Chair | Group B | 1,000 | 250 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CF | Globe | Group A | 1,200 | 300 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CG | Office Desk | Group C | 1,600 | 400 | 2 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CG | Office Chair | Group A | 1,100 | 275 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CG | Office Locker | Group B | 1,200 | 300 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CH | Coffee Maker | Group A | 800 | 200 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CH | Checkout Counter | Group B | 3,480 | 870 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CH | Cash Register | Group C | 6,480 | 1,620 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CH | Jukebox | Sptight | 3,200 | 800 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | Clrful | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CH | Siphon | Group A | 1,780 | 445 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CI | Giant Dharma | Group A | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | Red | School | | | | | | | | Red | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CI | Dharma | Group B | 1,200 | 300 | 1 | Red | School | | | | | | | | Red | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CI | Mini-Dharma | Group C | 800 | 200 | 1 | Red | School | | | | | | | | Red | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CJ | Papa Bear | Kitten | N/A | 550 | 4 | Brown | School | | | | | 2,200 | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CJ | Mama Bear | Group B | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | Yellow | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CJ | Baby Bear | Group C | 800 | 200 | 1 | Orange | School | | | | | | | | Orange | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CK | Papa Panda | Kitten | N/A | 120 | 4 | Pink | Modern | | | | | 480 | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CK | Mama Panda | Redd | 480 | 120 | 1 | Black | Modern | | | | | 960 | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CK | Baby Panda | Sptight | 480 | 120 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CL | Tall Cactus | Group B | 1,700 | 425 | 1 | Green | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CL | Cactus | Group A | 1,700 | 425 | 1 | Green | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CL | Round Cactus | Group C | 1,700 | 425 | 1 | Green | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CM | Blue Golf Bag | Group C | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CM | White Golf Bag | Group B | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CM | Green Golf Bag | Group A | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Green | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CN | Red Armchair | Group A | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | Red | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CN | Red Sofa | Group C | 2,050 | 512 | 2 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | Red | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CO | Bear Pole | Group C | 1,400 | 350 | 1 | Clrful | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CO | Eagle Pole | Group A | 1,400 | 350 | 1 | Clrful | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CO | Frog Woman Pole | Redd | 1,400 | 350 | 1 | Clrful | School | | | | | 2,800 | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CO | Raven Pole | Group B | 1,400 | 350 | 1 | Clrful | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CP | Blue Lava Lamp | Group A | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Blue | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CP | Purple Lava Lamp | Group B | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Pink | Modern | | | | | | | | Pink | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CP | Green Lava Lamp | Group C | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Green | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CQ | Samurai Suit | Sptlght | 4,500 | 1,125 | 2 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | Black | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CQ | Black Katana | Redd | 12,000 | 3,000 | 2 | Black | School | | | | | 24,000 | | | Black | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CQ | White Katana | Redd | 36,800 | 9,200 | 2 | White | School | | | | | 73,600 | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CQ | Ninja Sword | Sptlght | 9,600 | 2,400 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CQ | Sword | Group A | 1,400 | 325 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | Black | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CQ | Bow | Group B | 1,400 | 325 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CQ | Tea Table | Group A | 1,000 | 250 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CQ | Hearth | Group B | 1,600 | 400 | 4 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CR | Deer Scare | Redd | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Green | School | | | | | 3,600 | | | Green | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CR | Tall Lantern | Group B | 1,980 | 495 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CS | Master Sword | Sptlght | 2,800 | 700 | 1 | Blue | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CS | Arwing | Sptlght | 7,200 | 1,800 | 4 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CS | Triforce | Redd | 10,000 | 2,500 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | 20,000 | | | Yellow | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CS | Metroid* | Gullver | N/A | 3,000 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CT | Tea Vase | Group B | 2,400 | 600 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | Yellow | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CT | Red Vase | Saharah | N/A | 612 | 1 | Red | School | | | | | 2,450 | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CT | Blue Vase | Group A | 2,500 | 625 | 1 | Blue | School | | | | | | | | Blue | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CU | Lucky Cat | Group A | 1,700 | 425 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CU | Lefty Lucky Cat | Redd | 1,700 | 425 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | 3,400 | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CU | Lucky Black Cat | Redd | 1,700 | 425 | 1 | Black | School | | | | | 3,400 | | | Black | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CU | Lucky Gold Cat | Sptlght | 12,400 | 1,550 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | 6,200 | | | Yellow | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CV | Grapefruit Table | Group C | 1,500 | 375 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Orange | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CV | Lemon Table | Group B | 1,500 | 375 | 1 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Green | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CV | Orange Chair | Group A | 1,300 | 325 | 1 | Orange | Modern | | | | | | | | Orange | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CV | Lime Chair | Group C | 1,300 | 325 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Green | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CW | Pear Wardrobe | Group B | 1,400 | 350 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CW | Pear Dresser | Group A | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CX | Watermelon Chair | Group A | 1,300 | 325 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Red | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CX | Melon Chair | Group B | 1,300 | 325 | 1 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Green | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CX | Watermelon Table | Group C | 1,800 | 450 | 4 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Red | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CY | Apple TV | Kitten | N/A | 400 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | 1,600 | | | Red | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CY | Apple Clock | Group C | 1,200 | 300 | 1 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Red | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CY | Lily-Pad Table | Kitten | N/A | 400 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | 1,600 | | | Green | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | CY | Froggy Chair | Group B | 1,200 | 300 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Green | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C0 | Pine Chair | Group A | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C0 | Pine Table | Group C | 2,280 | 570 | 4 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C1 | Tulip Chair | Group B | 1,400 | 350 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Red | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C1 | Tulip Table | Group A | 1,900 | 475 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Red | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C2 | Iris Chair | Group A | 1,400 | 350 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C2 | Iris Table | Group C | 1,900 | 475 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C3 | Daffodil Chair | Group C | 1,400 | 350 | 1 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Green | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C3 | Daffodil Table | Group B | 1,900 | 475 | 1 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Green | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C4 | Conga Drum | Group A | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | White | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C4 | Djimbe Drum | Group C | 1,900 | 475 | 1 | White | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C4 | Timpano Drum | Redd | 2,100 | 525 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | 4,200 | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C5 | Violin | Group A | 2,200 | 550 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C5 | Cello | Group B | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C5 | Bass | Group C | 2,400 | 600 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C6 | Folk Guitar | Group A | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C6 | Country Guitar | Wendell | N/A | 425 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | 1,700 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C6 | Rock Guitar | Group C | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C6 | Metal Guitar | Group C | 1,900 | 475 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | Red | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Ukulele | Group C | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Ebony Piano | Group C | 3,800 | 950 | 4 | Black | School | | | | | | | | Black | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Ivory Piano | Sptlght | 3,500 | 875 | 4 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Japanese Drum | Group C | 1,300 | 275 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Vibraphone | Group A | 1,900 | 475 | 2 | Black | Modern | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Biwa Lute | Group B | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Harp | Group C | 1,700 | 425 | 1 | Orange | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Metronome | Group B | 1,000 | 250 | 1 | Red | School | | | | | | | | Red | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Trash Can | Group A | 1,400 | 350 | 1 | Blue | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Garbage Pail | Group B | 1,100 | 275 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Blue | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Garbage Can | Group C | 500 | 125 | 1 | Gray | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Trash Bin | Group C | 400 | 100 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Pantheon Post | Redd | 3,600 | 900 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | 7,200 | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Ionian Post | Group A | 3,600 | 900 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Corinthian Post | Group B | 3,600 | 900 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Broken Post | Group C | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Pyramid | Group C | 3,800 | 950 | 4 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Sphinx | Group A | 3,200 | 800 | 2 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Mummy's Casket | Sptlght | 4,400 | 1,100 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | Clrful | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Spaceman | Redd | 1,440 | 360 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | 2,880 | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Tennis Table | Group B | 1,800 | 450 | 2 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Green | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Bowling Pins | Group B | 1,200 | 300 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Basketball Hoop | Redd | 2,120 | 530 | 4 | Gray | Modern | | | | | 4,240 | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Ball Return | Group A | 6,200 | 1,550 | 2 | Clrful | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Billiard Table | Group C | 1,800 | 450 | 2 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Mahjong Table | Group C | 4,200 | 1,050 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Dart Board | Group A | 1,520 | 380 | 1 | Black | Modern | | | | | | | | Black | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Pinball Machine | Group B | 1,960 | 490 | 1 | Clrful | Modern | | | | | | | | Black | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Arcade Machine | Group B | 4,400 | 1,100 | 1 | Clrful | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Tabletop Game | Redd | 2,480 | 620 | 1 | Black | School | | | | | 4,960 | | | Black | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Stool | Group B | 1,360 | 340 | 1 | Red | School | | | | | | | | Red | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Moai Statue* | Gullver | N/A | 1,900 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Tribal Mask* | Gullver | N/A | 1,100 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Arc de Triomphe* | Gullver | N/A | 2,300 | 1 | Gray | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Merlion* | Gullver | N/A | 2,300 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Pagoda* | Gullver | N/A | 1,280 | 1 | Red | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Plate Armor* | Gullver | N/A | 1,850 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Mermaid Statue* | Gullver | N/A | 1,900 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Mouth of Truth* | Gullver | N/A | 1,900 | 2 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Manekin Pis* | Gullver | N/A | 1,300 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Tower of Pisa* | Gullver | N/A | 2,300 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Compass* | Gullver | N/A | 320 | 1 | Gray | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Matryoshka* | Gullver | N/A | 980 | 2 | Clrful | School | | | | | | | | Clrful | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Backpack | Group A | 1,980 | 495 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Mountain Bike | Group C | 3,380 | 845 | 2 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Propane Stove | Group B | 1,470 | 367 | 1 | Gray | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Cooler | Group A | 1,300 | 325 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Kayak | Group C | 3,460 | 865 | 2 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Yellow | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Lantern | Group A | 1,180 | 295 | 1 | Red | School | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Sleeping Bag | Sptlght | 1,960 | 490 | 2 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Green | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Campfire | Group B | 1,360 | 340 | 1 | Red | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Bonfire | Group A | 2,240 | 560 | 4 | Red | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C7 | Ponderosa Bonsai | Group C | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Green | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C7 | Pine Bonsai | Group A | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Green | School | | | | | | | | Blue | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C7 | Mugho Bonsai | Group B | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Green | School | | | | | | | | Black | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C8 | Plum Bonsai | Sptlght | 1,900 | 475 | 1 | Red | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C8 | Holly Bonsai | Group B | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | Green | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C8 | Azalea Bonsai | Group B | 1,500 | 375 | 1 | Green | School | | | | | | | | Blue | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C8 | Maple Bonsai | Group C | 1,700 | 425 | 1 | Red | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C8 | Hawthorn Bonsai | Group C | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Green | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C8 | Quince Bonsai | Group A | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | Red | School | | | | | | | | Blue | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C8 | Jasmine Bonsai | Group A | 1,700 | 425 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C9 | Pothos | Redd | 1,300 | 325 | 1 | Green | N/A | | | | | 2,600 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C9 | Coconut Palm | Group B | 1,200 | 400 | 1 | Green | N/A | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C9 | Pachira | Group C | 1,200 | 400 | 1 | Green | N/A | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C9 | Caladium | Grp A | 1,300 | 425 | 1 | Green | N/A | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C9 | Croton | Grp C | 1,300 | 425 | 1 | White | N/A | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C9 | Dracaena | Sptlght | 2,000 | 500 | 1 | Green | N/A | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C9 | Lady Palm | Group A | 1,200 | 300 | 1 | Green | N/A | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C9 | Aloe | Group B | 1,200 | 300 | 1 | Green | N/A | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C9 | Rubber Tree | Group A | 1,300 | 325 | 1 | Green | N/A | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C9 | Snake Plant | Redd | 1,200 | 300 | 1 | Green | N/A | | | | | 2,400 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C9 | Fan Palm | Group C | 1,300 | 325 | 1 | Green | N/A | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C9 | Corn Plant | Group C | 1,300 | 325 | 1 | Greem | N/A | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C9 | Bromeliaceae | Group B | 1,300 | 325 | 1 | Green | N/A | | | | | | | | Red | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | C9 | Weeping Fig | Group C | 1,200 | 300 | 1 | Green | N/A | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | TV with a VCR | Group B | 2,000 | 500 | 1 | Gray | Modern | | | | | | | | Black | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Wide-Screen TV | Redd | 2,200 | 550 | 2 | Gray | Modern | | | | | 4,400 | | | Black | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Retro TV | Group B | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Kitchen Sink | Group C | 2,400 | 600 | 2 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Kitchen Corner | Group A | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Deluxe Range | Group B | 3,200 | 800 | 1 | Black | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Range | Group C | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Stove | Group B | 1,980 | 495 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Tea Set | Group A | 300 | 75 | 1 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Green | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Refrigerator | Group A | 1,200 | 300 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Retro Fridge | Group B | 2,300 | 575 | 1 | Green | School | | | | | | | | Green | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Microwave | Group C | 2,300 | 575 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Toaster | Group A | 720 | 180 | 1 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Sink | Group C | 1,960 | 490 | 2 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Mixer | Group A | 1,000 | 250 | 1 | Black | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Clothesline Pole | Group B | 960 | 240 | 2 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Blue | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Doghouse | Group C | 1,200 | 300 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Beach Chair | Group A | 1,850 | 462 | 2 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Wave Breaker | Group B | 1,760 | 440 | 4 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Surfboard | Group C | 1,400 | 350 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Blue | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Diver Dam | Group A | 3,200 | 800 | 1 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Clrful | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Beach Table | Group B | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Treasure Chest | Sptlght | 8,600 | 2,150 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | Green | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Life Ring | Group A | 1,250 | 312 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Snowboard | Group B | 1,400 | 350 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | Red | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Sleigh | Group C | 1,200 | 300 | 1 | Red | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Snowman* | Snowman | N/A | 3,000 | 1 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Sunflower | Group B | 980 | 245 | 1 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Green | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Daffodil | Group C | 680 | 170 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Gerbera | Group A | 780 | 195 | 1 | Red | School | | | | | | | | Blue | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Toilet | Group C | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Super Toilet | Redd | 1,980 | 495 | 1 | Pink | Modern | | | | | 3,960 | | | Pink | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Men's Toilet | Group B | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Blue | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Pink Box | Group A | 980 | 245 | 1 | Pink | Modern | | | | | | | | Pink | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Blue Box | Group B | 980 | 245 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Blue | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Beige Box | Group C | 980 | 245 | 1 | Brown | Modern | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Safe | Redd | N/A | 189 | 1 | Black | School | | | | | 758 | | | Black | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Piggy Bank* | Savings | N/A | 1,120 | 1 | Pink | School | | | | | | | | Pink | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Deluxe Washer | Sptlght | 5,200 | 1,300 | 1 | Orange | Modern | | | | | | | | Orange | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Automatic Washer | Group B | 4,800 | 1,200 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Washer/Dryer | Group A | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Green | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Potbelly Stove | Group B | 2,000 | 500 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Space Heater | Group A | 1,700 | 425 | 1 | Gray | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Fireplace | Group C | 2,200 | 550 | 2 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Radiator | Group A | 2,380 | 595 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | CD Player | Group B | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Gold Stereo | Group B | 2,640 | 660 | 2 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Black | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Hi-Fi Stereo | Sptlght | 5,400 | 1,350 | 2 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Black | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Turntable | Redd | 2,580 | 645 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | 5,160 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Dice Stereo | Redd | 2,150 | 535 | 2 | White | Modern | | | | | 4,300 | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | White Boom Box | Group B | 1,500 | 375 | 1 | White | N/A | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Red Boom Box | Group C | 1,500 | 375 | 1 | Red | N/A | | | | | | | | Red | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Phonograph | Group A | 1,840 | 460 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Reel-to-Reel | Group C | 2,000 | 500 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Retro Stereo | Group A | 5,500 | 1,375 | 2 | Black | School | | | | | | | | Black | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | High-End Stereo | Redd | 5,500 | 2,750 | 2 | Gray | Modern | | | | | | | | Black | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Tape Deck | Group A | 700 | 175 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Red Clock | Group C | 1,300 | 325 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Kitschy Clock | Group A | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Clrful | Modern | | | | | | | | Clrful | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Antique Clock | Group A | 2,350 | 587 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Cube Clock | Group B | 1,100 | 275 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Odd Clock | Group C | 1,800 | 450 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | Yellow | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Glow Clock | Group B | 1,500 | 375 | 1 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Green | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Owl Clock | Group A | 1,300 | 325 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Alarm Clock | Group B | 1,000 | 250 | 1 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Yellow | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Jade Econo-Chair | Group C | 800 | 200 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Green | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Ruby Econo-Chair | Group A | 800 | 200 | 1 | Orange | Modern | | | | | | | | Orange | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Gold Econo-Chair | Group B | 800 | 200 | 1 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Yellow | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Rocking Chair | Group A | 1,400 | 350 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Gas Pump | Group C | 1,280 | 320 | 1 | Red | School | | | | | | | | Red | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Extinguisher | Group B | 1,300 | 325 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | Red | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Fire Hydrant | Group B | 960 | 240 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | Red | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Raccoon Figurine | Redd | 2,000 | 500 | 1 | White | School | | | | | 4,000 | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Barber's Pole | Group C | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | Clrful | School | | | | | | | | Clrful | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Candy Machine | Group A | 980 | 245 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | Clrful | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Big Festive Tree | Limit | 2,480 | 620 | 4 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Clrful | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Festive Tree | Limit | 1,300 | 325 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Clrful | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Scarecrow | Group C | 420 | 105 | 1 | White | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Birdcage | Group B | 1,700 | 425 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Chocolates* | Gullver | N/A | 680 | 1 | Brown | Modern | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Nintendo Bench | Group A | 120 | 30 | 2 | Blue | School | | | | | | | | Blue | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Outdoor Bath | Group C | 4,900 | 1,225 | 4 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Gray | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Screen | Group B | 1,650 | 412 | 2 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | Yellow | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Computer | Group A | 1,720 | 430 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Pineapple Bed | Group A | 1,990 | 497 | 2 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Yellow | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Glass-Top Table | Group B | 2,200 | 550 | 2 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Cream Sofa | Group B | 2,000 | 500 | 2 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Storage Case | Group B | 980 | 245 | 1 | Black | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Clothes Closet | Group C | 1,340 | 335 | 1 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Yellow | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Claw-foot Tub | Group A | 1,280 | 320 | 2 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Shower | Group B | 880 | 220 | 1 | White | School | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Box of Tissues* | Savings | N/A | 320 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Massage Chair | Saharah | N/A | 600 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | 2,400 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Vacuum Cleaner | Group A | 1,200 | 300 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Bottled Ship | Group C | 3,360 | 840 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Water Bird | Group B | 1,400 | 350 | 1 | Clrful | Modern | | | | | | | | Clrful | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Executive Toy | Group A | 1,100 | 275 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | Gray | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Telescope | Group C | 5,800 | 1,450 | 1 | Black | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Mochi Pestle | Group C | 1,400 | 350 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Lovely Phone | Kitten | N/A | 2,600 | 1 | Pink | Modern | | | | | 10,400 | | | Pink | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Sewing Machine | Group A | 1,350 | 337 | 2 | Gray | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Cardboard Box | Group B | 100 | 25 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Wooden Box | Group C | 200 | 50 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Miniature Car | Group C | 10,000 | 2,500 | 1 | Red | Modern | | | | | | | | Red | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Fan | Group C | 1,200 | 300 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Green | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Birthday Cake* | B-day | N/A | 0 | 1 | Clrful | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Jack-in-the-Box | Group A | 4,124 | 1,031 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | Clrful | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Throne* | Sptlght | 800,000 | 200000 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | Red | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Table Lamp | Group B | 640 | 160 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Desk Light | Group A | 1,280 | 320 | 1 | Black | N/A | | | | | | | | Black | N/A | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Candle | Group C | 1,280 | 320 | 1 | Yellow | N/A | | | | | | | | White | N/A | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Mini-Lamp | Group B | 1,280 | 320 | 1 | White | N/A | | | | | | | | White | N/A | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Festive Flag | Limit | 680 | 170 | 1 | Clrful | School | | | | | | | | Clrful | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Festive Candle | Limit | 1,600 | 400 | 1 | Clrful | School | | | | | | | | Clrful | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Music Box* | Kitten | N/A | 1,050 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | | Red | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Portrait* | Kitten | N/A | 50 | 1 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | One-Story Model* | HRA | N/A | 450 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Red | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Two-Story Model* | HRA | N/A | 450 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Red | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Mansion Model* | HRA | N/A | 450 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Red | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Nook's Cranny* | Points | N/A | 450 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Nook 'n' Go* | Points | N/A | 450 | 1 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Nookway* | Points | N/A | 450 | 1 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Nookington's* | Points | N/A | 450 | 1 | White | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Museum Model* | Blathrs | N/A | 450 | 2 | Green | Modern | | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Town Hall Model* | Savings | N/A | 450 | 2 | Brown | Modern | | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Fish Trophy* | Tortmer | N/A | 800 | 1 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Yellow | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Bug Trophy* | Tortmer | N/A | 800 | 1 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Yellow | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Flower Trophy* | Tortmer | N/A | 800 | 1 | Yellow | Modern | | | | | | | | Yellow | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Basic Red Bed | Group B | 200 | 50 | 2 | Red | N/A | | | | | | | | Brown | N/A | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Basic Blue Bed | Group C | 200 | 50 | 2 | Blue | N/A | | | | | | | | Brown | N/A | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Basic Yellow Bed | Group A | 200 | 50 | 2 | Yellow | N/A | | | | | | | | Brown | N/A | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Basic Green Bed | Group B | 200 | 50 | 2 | Green | N/A | | | | | | | | Brown | N/A | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Dainty Painting | Redd | 1,960 | 490 | 1 | Black | School | | | | | 3,920 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Solemn Painting | Redd | 1,960 | 490 | 1 | Black | School | | | | | 3,920 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Quaint Painting | Redd | 1,960 | 490 | 1 | White | School | | | | | 3,920 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Basic Painting | Redd | 1,960 | 490 | 1 | Blue | School | | | | | 3,920 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Famous Painting | Sptlght | 1,960 | 490 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Perfect Painting | Redd | 1,960 | 490 | 1 | White | School | | | | | 3,920 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Amazing Painting | Redd | 1,960 | 490 | 1 | Black | School | | | | | 3,920 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Nice Painting | Redd | 1,960 | 490 | 1 | Red | School | | | | | 3,920 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Moving Painting | Redd | 1,960 | 490 | 1 | White | School | | | | | 3,920 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Common Painting | Redd | 1,960 | 490 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | 3,920 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Flowery Painting | Redd | 1,960 | 490 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | 3,920 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Warm Painting | Redd | 1,960 | 490 | 1 | Black | School | | | | | 3,920 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Rare Painting | Redd | 1,960 | 490 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | 3,920 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Fine Painting | Sptlght | 1,960 | 490 | 1 | Clrful | School | | | | | | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Scary Painting | Redd | 1,960 | 490 | 1 | Gray | School | | | | | 3,920 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Lovely Painting | Redd | 1,960 | 490 | 1 | Orange | School | | | | | 3,920 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Strange Painting | Redd | 1,960 | 490 | 1 | Black | School | | | | | 3,920 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Worthy Painting | Redd | 1,960 | 490 | 1 | Black | School | | | | | 3,920 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Calm Painting | Redd | 1,960 | 490 | 1 | Clrful | School | | | | | 3,920 | | | Brown | Chic | |----+---------------------+---------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | D- | Opulent Painting | Redd | 1,960 | 490 | 1 | Clrful | School | | | | | 3,920 | | | Brown | Chic | O=============================================================================O Note that the items of the Snowman Series may be attained by creating a Snowman with a favorable form. The matching wallpaper and carpet items may also be attained int the same way. Items of the Mushroom Series are available from Cornimer during the Acorn Festival. Each item, including the matching wallpaper and flooring, may be attained by donating a certain level of acorns. Mushroom Stool..................... 5 Mushroom Stand................... 100 Mushroom End Table................ 10 Mushroom Table................... 120 Mushroom Lamp..................... 25 Mushroom TV...................... 140 Mushroom Chair.................... 40 Mushroom Bed..................... 170 Mushroom Dresser.................. 60 Forest Wall...................... 200 Mushroom Closet................... 80 Forest Floor..................... 230 The Red Vase, Country Guitar, Massage Chair, and Safe items are all part of the trading quest for the Golden Axe, described under "Tools At Your Disposal". Win the Bug Trophy by catching the biggest bug you can within the time limit of the Bug-Off. Win the Fish Trophy by catching the largest fish you can within the time limit of the Fishing Tourney. Win the Flower Trophy by having the best garden during the Flower Fest. Receive the One-Story Model when you get a score of 70,000 points or more from the HRA. Get 100,000 points or more and get the Two-Story Model. You'll get the Mansion Model as a prize when you get 150,000 points or more. Get 300 PTM points at Tom Nook's Shop to receive the Nook's Cranny Model. Get 3,000 Points and you'll get the Nook'n Go Model. Cash in 10,000 points and you'll get the Nookway Model. Get 20,000 points and you'll finally get your hands on the Nookington's Model. Get the Museum Model by filling up the museum completely. Get an account balance of 1,000,000 bells or higher at the Post Office to get the Box of Tissues. Post a balance of 10,000,000 bells or higher to get the Piggy Bank. Achieve a balance of 999,999,999 bells for the Town Hall Model. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 2. Wallpaper (K0200) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 63 wallpaper items are needed to complete the personal catalog. The table below shows the series or theme the wallpaper belongs to, where it can be attained, its price (if applicable), and the amount you'd get for it if you sold it to Tom Nook. Any wallpaper item marked with an asterix (*) cannot be ordered from the catalog. These items and where they are attained are listed below. It should also be noted that the Mushroom Mural (of the Mario Theme) cannot be ordered from the catalog also. Snowman Wall................. Snowman Forest Wall................. Cornimer Western Vista................ Saharah Lunar Horizon................ Saharah Blue Tarp.................... Saharah Ringside Seating............. Saharah Sea View...................... Pascal Shoji Screen................. Saharah Music Room Wall.............. Saharah Ancient Wall................. Saharah Industrial Wall.............. Saharah Meadow Vista................. Saharah Tropical Vista............... Saharah Desert Vista................. Saharah O=============================================================================O | Wallpaper Name | Series/Theme | Group | Buy | Sell | O===================o=====================o=============o==========o==========O | Exotic Wall | Exotic Series | Group B | 1,420 | 330 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Lovely Wall | Lovely Series | Group A | 1,880 | 470 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Classic Wall | Classic Series | Group B | 2,100 | 525 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Ranch Wall | Ranch Series | Group A | 1,450 | 362 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Cabana Wall | Cabana Series | Group C | 1,480 | 370 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Blue Wall | Blue Series | Group B | 1,260 | 315 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Modern Wall | Modern Series | Group B | 1,450 | 362 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Regal Wall | Regal Series | Group C | 2,240 | 560 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Green Wall | Green Series | Group A | 1,050 | 262 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Cabin Wall | Cabin Series | Group A | 1,200 | 300 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Kiddie Wall | Kiddie Series | Group B | 1,500 | 375 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Robo-Wall | Robo Series | Group B | 1,780 | 445 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Snowman Wall* | Snowman Series | Snowman | N/A | 8,888 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Forest Wall* | Mushroom Series | Cornimer | N/A | 420 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Western Vista* | Western Theme | Saharah | N/A | 1,500 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Lunar Horizon* | Space Theme | Saharah | N/A | 1,900 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Blue Tarp* | Construction Theme | Saharah | N/A | 1,400 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Ringside Seating* | Boxing Theme | Saharah | N/A | 2,250 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Backyard Fence | Backyard Theme | Group B | 800 | 200 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Playroom Wall | Nursery Theme | Group C | 1,320 | 330 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Sea View* | Pirate Theme | Pascal | N/A | 1,000 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Lab Wall | Mad Scientist Theme | Group C | 1,460 | 365 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Pastel Dot Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group C | 1,480 | 370 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Parlor Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group C | 1,120 | 280 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Mod Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group A | 1,200 | 300 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Groovy Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group B | 1,280 | 320 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Mosaic Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group B | 2,100 | 525 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Blue-Trim Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group B | 1,420 | 355 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Plaster Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group C | 880 | 220 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Chic Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group A | 1,960 | 490 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Ornate Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group C | 1,580 | 370 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Citrus Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group C | 1,120 | 280 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Rose Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group B | 2,240 | 560 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Old Brick Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group B | 1,200 | 300 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Shoji Screen* | Other Wallpaper | Saharah | N/A | 1,875 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Stone Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group A | 800 | 200 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Concrete Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group A | 800 | 200 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Shanty Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group C | 800 | 200 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Wood Paneling | Other Wallpaper | Group C | 1,320 | 330 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Floral Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group A | 2,250 | 562 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Music Room Wall* | Other Wallpaper | Saharah | N/A | 1,600 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Manor Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group B | 1,050 | 262 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Plaza Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group A | 1,960 | 490 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Lattice Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group B | 1,780 | 445 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Stately Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group C | 2,450 | 612 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Imperial Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group A | 2,660 | 665 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Arched Window | Other Wallpaper | Group C | 2,150 | 537 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Bamboo Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group A | 1,150 | 287 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Ivy Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group C | 1,250 | 312 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Ancient Wall* | Other Wallpaper | Saharah | N/A | 2,300 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Exquisite Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group C | 1,470 | 367 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Persian Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group B | 1,480 | 370 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Industrial Wall* | Other Wallpaper | Saharah | N/A | 1,875 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Library Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group C | 1,680 | 420 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Fairy Tale Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group C | 2,400 | 600 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Illusion Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group A | 1,360 | 340 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Meadow Vista* | Other Wallpaper | Saharah | N/A | 2,000 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Tropical Vista* | Other Wallpaper | Saharah | N/A | 2,300 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Desert Vista* | Other Wallpaper | Saharah | N/A | 2,250 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Chainlink Fence | Other Wallpaper | Group A | 2,400 | 600 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Sky Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group B | 1,200 | 300 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Cityscape Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group A | 1,600 | 400 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Common Wall | Other Wallpaper | Group A | 1,240 | 310 | O=============================================================================O =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 3. Flooring (K0300) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Just liket the wallpaper list above, there are 63 flooring/carpeting items needed to complete the catalog. I hvae included the series or theme the item belongs to, where you can find it, its price (if applicable) and the amount it can be sold for. Any item marked with an asterix (*) cannot be ordered from the catalog. These items and where they can be found are listed below. It should also be noted that the Block Flooring (of the Mario Theme) cannot be ordered from the catalog also. Snowman Carpet............... Snowman Forest Floor................ Cornimer Western Desert............... Saharah Lunar Surface................ Saharah Closed Road.................. Saharah Boxing Ring Mat.............. Saharah Ship Deck..................... Pascal Tatami Floor................. Saharah Concrete Floor............... Saharah Music Room Floor............. Saharah Ancient Tile................. Saharah Daisy Meadow................. Saharah Tropical Floor............... Saharah Saharah's Desert............. Saharah Sandlot...................... Saharah O=============================================================================O | Flooring Name | Series/Theme | Group | Buy | Sell | |===================o=====================o=============o==========o==========| | Exotic Rug | Exotic Series | Group B | 1,820 | 430 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Lovely Carpet | Lovely Series | Group A | 1,980 | 495 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Classic Carpet | Classic Series | Group B | 2,300 | 575 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Ranch Flooring | Ranch Series | Group A | 1,750 | 437 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Cabana Flooring | Cabana Series | Group C | 1,680 | 420 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Blue Flooring | Blue Series | Group B | 1,580 | 395 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Modern Tile | Modern Series | Group B | 1,540 | 385 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Regal Carpet | Regal Series | Group C | 2,850 | 712 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Green Rug | Green Series | Group A | 1,540 | 385 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Cabin Rug | Cabin Series | Group A | 1,540 | 385 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Kiddie Carpet | Kiddie Series | Group B | 1,630 | 407 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Robo-Floor | Robo Series | Group A | 2,400 | 600 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Snowman Carpet* | Snowman Series | Snowman | N/A | 8,888 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Forest Floor* | Mushroom Series | Cornimer | N/A | 420 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Western Desert* | Western Theme | Saharah | N/A | 1,700 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Lunar Surface* | Space Theme | Saharah | N/A | 2,000 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Closed Road* | Construction Theme | Saharah | N/A | 1,625 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Boxing Ring Mat* | Boxing Theme | Saharah | N/A | 2,500 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Backyard Lawn | Backyard Theme | Group B | 880 | 220 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Playroom Rug | Nursery Theme | Group C | 1,360 | 340 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Ship Deck* | Pirate Theme | Pascal | N/A | 1,000 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Lab Floor | Mad Scientist Theme | Group B | 1,280 | 320 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Pastel Dot Rug | Other Flooring | Group B | 1,300 | 325 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Checkered Tile | Other Flooring | Group C | 1,680 | 420 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Ceramic Tile | Other Flooring | Group A | 1,390 | 347 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Diner Tile | Other Flooring | Group B | 1,300 | 325 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Red Tile | Other Flooring | Group B | 1,680 | 420 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Mosaic Tile | Other Flooring | Group B | 2,300 | 575 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Plaza Tile | Other Flooring | Group A | 2,180 | 545 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Palace Tile | Other Flooring | Group A | 3,200 | 800 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Imperial Tile | Other Flooring | Group A | 2,980 | 745 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Kitchen Tile | Other Flooring | Group B | 1,890 | 472 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Stone Tile | Other Flooring | Group C | 2,750 | 687 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Charcoal Tile | Other Flooring | Group B | 800 | 200 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Tatami Floor* | Other Flooring | Saharah | N/A | 2,125 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Slate Flooring | Other Flooring | Group C | 1,380 | 345 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Concrete Floor* | Other Flooring | Saharah | N/A | 1,800 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Parquet Floor | Other Flooring | Group C | 2,350 | 587 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Music Room Floor* | Other Flooring | Saharah | N/A | 1,800 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Opulent Rug | Other Flooring | Group B | 1,230 | 307 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Plush Carpet | Other Flooring | Group A | 2,160 | 540 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Ornate Rug | Other Flooring | Group C | 2,100 | 525 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Fancy Carpet | Other Flooring | Group B | 2,980 | 745 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Exquisite Rug | Other Flooring | Group C | 1,960 | 490 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Persian Rug | Other Flooring | Group A | 1,280 | 320 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Tartan Rug | Other Flooring | Group C | 1,820 | 455 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Round Carpet | Other Flooring | Group C | 1,080 | 270 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Citrus Carpet | Other Flooring | Group C | 1,330 | 332 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Cowhide Rug | Other Flooring | Group C | 1,540 | 385 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Birch Flooring | Other Flooring | Group C | 800 | 200 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Old Flooring | Other Flooring | Group A | 800 | 200 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Bamboo Flooring | Other Flooring | Group A | 1,360 | 340 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Steel Flooring | Other Flooring | Group A | 1,480 | 370 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Shanty Mat | Other Flooring | Group C | 720 | 180 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Ancient Tile* | Other Flooring | Saharah | N/A | 2,400 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Fairy Tale Floor | Other Flooring | Group B | 2,400 | 600 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Illusion Floor | Other Flooring | Group C | 1,600 | 400 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Daisy Meadow* | Other Flooring | Saharah | N/A | 1,800 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Tropical Floor* | Other Flooring | Saharah | N/A | 2,050 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Saharah's Desert* | Other Flooring | Saharah | N/A | 1,800 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Sandlot* | Other Flooring | Saharah | N/A | 1,700 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Cloud Flooring | Other Flooring | Group A | 1,480 | 370 | |-------------------+---------------------+-------------+----------+----------| | Common Floor | Other Flooring | Group A | 1,280 | 320 | O=============================================================================O =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 4. Clothing (K0400) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 256 separate clothing items are needed to complete the catalog category. These items are strictly clothing shirts; umbrellas and accessories have their own sections, respectively. The below table shows you where the clothing item may be obtained. Note that the "Group" designations no longer pertain to Tom Nook, but to the Able Sisters' Shop. It also states the season (time of year) in which the item can be bought, its price, what you would get for selling the item, and lists its genre designation. Clothing marked with an asterix (*) cannot be purchased from the catalog. These items are listed below, along with where they can be obtained. Work Uniform................ Tom Nook Orange Pinstripe.............. Gracie Barber Shirt.................. Gracie Grass Shirt................... Gracie Snow Shirt.................... Gracie Coral Shirt................... Gracie Groovy Shirt.................. Gracie Cool Shirt.................... Gracie Gracie's Top.................. Gracie Crossing Shirt................ Gracie Splendid Shirt................ Gracie Zebra Shirt................... Gracie Tiger Shirt................... Gracie Cow Shirt..................... Gracie Giraffe Shirt................. Gracie Ladybug Shirt................. Gracie Butterfly Shirt............... Gracie Caterpillar Tee............... Gracie Fiendish Shirt................ Gracie Citrus Shirt.................. Gracie Kiwi Shirt.................... Gracie Watermelon Shirt.............. Gracie Strawberry Shirt.............. Gracie Grape Shirt................... Gracie Melon Shirt................... Gracie Flan Shirt.................... Gracie Hot Dog Shirt................. Gracie Sandwich Shirt................ Gracie Tin Shirt..................... Gracie Moldy Shirt................... Gracie O=============================================================================O | Shirt Name | Obtain | Season | Buy | Sell | Genre | O====================o==========o==========o=======o========o=================O | Work Uniform* | Tom Nook | All | N/A | 0 | Tasteful | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | One-Ball Shirt | Group C | All | 340 | 85 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Two-Ball Shirt | Group A | All | 340 | 85 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Three-Ball Shirt | Group B | All | 340 | 85 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Four-Ball Shirt | Group C | All | 340 | 85 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Five-Ball Shirt | Group A | All | 340 | 85 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Six-Ball Shirt | Group B | All | 340 | 85 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Seven-Ball Shirt | Group C | All | 340 | 85 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Eight-Ball Shirt | Group A | All | 340 | 85 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Nine-Ball Shirt | Group B | All | 340 | 85 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Paw Shirt | Group C | All | 360 | 90 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Daisy Shirt | Group C | Spring | 380 | 95 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Tulip Shirt | Group C | Spring | 280 | 70 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Cherry Shirt | Group B | Fall | 360 | 90 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Skull Shirt | Group C | All | 320 | 80 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | U R Here Shirt | Group C | All | 350 | 82 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Lightning Shirt | Group C | Summer | 380 | 95 | Novel | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | MVP Shirt | Group B | All | 370 | 92 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | BB Shirt | Group A | All | 350 | 87 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Frog Shirt | Group B | Summer | 340 | 85 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Bear Shirt | Group A | All | 390 | 97 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Bunny Shirt | Group C | All | 360 | 90 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Elephant Shirt | Group A | All | 260 | 65 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Spade Shirt | Group C | All | 340 | 85 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Diamond Shirt | Group A | All | 380 | 95 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Club Shirt | Group C | All | 360 | 90 | Quiet | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Heart Shirt | Group A | All | 360 | 90 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Big Star Shirt | Group B | All | 400 | 100 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Bright Shirt | Group B | Spring | 320 | 80 | Showy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | A Shirt | Group A | All | 370 | 92 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | No. 1 Shirt | Group C | All | 250 | 62 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | No. 2 Shirt | Group A | All | 250 | 62 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | No. 3 Shirt | Group B | All | 250 | 62 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | No. 4 Shirt | Group C | All | 250 | 62 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | No. 5 Shirt | Group A | All | 250 | 62 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | No. 23 Shirt | Group B | All | 250 | 62 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | No. 67 Shirt | Group C | All | 250 | 62 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Big Bro's Shirt | Group B | Fall | 320 | 80 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Li'l Bro's Shirt | Group A | Summer | 320 | 80 | Tasteful | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Cloudy Shirt | Group A | Spring | 320 | 80 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Fresh Shirt | Group A | All | 380 | 95 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Dawn Shirt | Group A | Summer | 380 | 95 | Quiet | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Misty Shirt | Group B | All | 380 | 95 | Tasteful | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Sunset Top | Group B | All | 290 | 72 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Deep Blue Tee | Group B | All | 380 | 95 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Peachy Shirt | Group B | Spring | 390 | 97 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Rainbow Shirt | Group A | Summer | 777 | 194 | Showy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Snowcone Shirt | Group A | Summer | 420 | 105 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Orange Tie-Dye | Group A | All | 380 | 95 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Purple Tie-Dye | Group B | All | 380 | 95 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Green Tie-Dye | Group C | All | 380 | 95 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Blue Tie-Dye | Group B | Summer | 380 | 95 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Red Tie-Dye | Group B | All | 380 | 95 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Bold Check Shirt | Group B | All | 360 | 90 | Showy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Cafe Shirt | Group A | Winter | 420 | 105 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Checkered Shirt | Group B | All | 390 | 97 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Blue Check Shirt | Group B | All | 380 | 95 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Red Check Shirt | Group B | Spring | 330 | 82 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Rugby Shirt | Group A | All | 360 | 90 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Green Bar Shirt | Group B | Summer | 320 | 80 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Yellow Bar Shirt | Group A | All | 320 | 80 | Quiet | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Grape Stripe Tee | Group A | All | 320 | 80 | Dressy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Beatnik Shirt | Group A | Spring | 360 | 90 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Red Bar Shirt | Group C | All | 360 | 90 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Blue Stripe Knit | Group A | Summer | 340 | 85 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Gelato Shirt | Group C | All | 330 | 82 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Chain-gang Shirt | Group C | All | 260 | 65 | Tasteful | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Yellow Tartan | Group B | Spring | 430 | 107 | Quiet | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Fall Plaid Shirt | Group A | Fall | 370 | 92 | Tasteful | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Blue Tartan | Group A | Summer | 390 | 97 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Dapper Shirt | Group C | Winter | 350 | 87 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Natty Shirt | Group C | Summer | 380 | 95 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Blue Grid Shirt | Group A | Summer | 340 | 85 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Red Grid Shirt | Group B | All | 360 | 90 | Quiet | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Dazed Shirt | Group C | Summer | 350 | 87 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Checkerboard Tee | Group B | All | 340 | 85 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Toad Shirt | Group C | Winter | 340 | 85 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Dark Polka Shirt | Group B | Winter | 350 | 87 | Dressy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Lite Polka Shirt | Group B | All | 380 | 95 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Bubble Gum Shirt | Group B | Fall | 380 | 95 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Funky Dot Shirt | Group B | All | 430 | 107 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Gumdrop Shirt | Group C | Spring | 390 | 97 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Big Dot Shirt | Group C | All | 340 | 85 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Aqua Polka Shirt | Group A | Fall | 360 | 90 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Blue Pinstripe | Group C | Fall | 380 | 95 | Tasteful | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Yellow Pinstripe | Group B | Winter | 360 | 90 | Tasteful | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Orange Pinstripe* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,250 | Strange | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Vegetarian Shirt | Group A | All | 280 | 70 | Quiet | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Racer Shirt | Group A | All | 380 | 95 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Vertigo Shirt | Group A | All | 380 | 95 | Tasteful | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Barber Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,600 | Novel | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Jade Check Print | Group A | All | 360 | 90 | Quiet | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Blue Check Print | Group A | Fall | 360 | 90 | Quiet | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Mint Gingham Top | Group C | All | 330 | 82 | Quiet | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Picnic Shirt | Group A | Fall | 330 | 82 | Tasteful | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Candy Gingham | Group C | Spring | 320 | 80 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Lemon Gingham | Group A | Spring | 340 | 85 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Melon Gingham | Group B | Spring | 340 | 85 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Bad Plaid Shirt | Group B | All | 420 | 105 | Dressy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Pink Tartan | Group C | Spring | 420 | 105 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Waffle Shirt | Group C | Fall | 430 | 107 | Tasteful | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Gray Tartan | Group C | All | 420 | 105 | Tasteful | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Chevron Shirt | Group C | All | 320 | 80 | Quiet | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Icy Shirt | Group C | Summer | 390 | 97 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Aurora Knit | Group B | Winter | 380 | 95 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Winter Sweater | Group C | Winter | 290 | 72 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Folk Shirt | Group A | Winter | 380 | 95 | Quiet | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Argyle Knit | Group C | Spring | 460 | 115 | Tasteful | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Uncommon Shirt | Group B | Winter | 360 | 90 | Strange | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Comfy Sweater | Group B | Winter | 360 | 90 | Tasteful | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Beige Knit | Group A | Winter | 320 | 80 | Quiet | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Earthy Knit | Group B | Winter | 390 | 97 | Tasteful | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Spring Shirt | Group C | Spring | 320 | 80 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Vogue Top | Group B | Spring | 380 | 95 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Citrus Gingham | Group C | Spring | 360 | 90 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Floral Knit | Group B | Spring | 420 | 105 | Dressy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Dreamy Shirt | Group A | Spring | 400 | 100 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Flowery Shirt | Group B | Summer | 400 | 100 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Silk Bloom Shirt | Group A | Spring | 480 | 120 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Pop Bloom Shirt | Group A | All | 360 | 90 | Strange | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Blossom Shirt | Group A | Spring | 370 | 92 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Loud Bloom Shirt | Group B | Summer | 360 | 90 | Showy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Rose Shirt | Group A | All | 480 | 120 | Showy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Rose Sky Shirt | Group B | All | 320 | 80 | Dressy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Lotus Shirt | Group B | Summer | 400 | 100 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Chocomint Shirt | Group C | Winter | 340 | 85 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Fern Shirt | Group C | All | 300 | 75 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Blue Retro Shirt | Group C | All | 380 | 95 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Orange Check Tee | Group A | All | 280 | 70 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Leaf Shirt | Group C | All | 260 | 65 | Tasteful | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Fall Leaf Shirt | Group B | Fall | 280 | 70 | Tasteful | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Grass Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,450 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Snow Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,700 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Lovely Shirt | Group C | Spring | 400 | 100 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Bubble Shirt | Group B | Summer | 410 | 102 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Chichi Print | Group A | All | 180 | 45 | Tasteful | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Coral Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,550 | Strange | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Groovy Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,600 | Novel | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Cool Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,600 | Dressy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Swell Shirt | Group B | All | 400 | 100 | Dressy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Blue Diamond Top | Group C | Winter | 370 | 92 | Dressy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Prism Shirt | Group C | All | 370 | 92 | Showy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Go-Go Shirt | Group C | Fall | 360 | 90 | Dressy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Flame Shirt | Group A | All | 360 | 90 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Danger Shirt | Group B | All | 340 | 85 | Novel | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Gracie's Top* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,550 | Novel | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Future Shirt | Group A | All | 390 | 97 | Novel | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Optical Shirt | Group B | All | 430 | 107 | Strange | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Twinkle Shirt | Group A | Summer | 480 | 120 | Showy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Star Shirt | Group A | All | 370 | 92 | Showy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Night Sky Tee | Group A | All | 420 | 105 | Dressy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Amethyst Shirt | Group B | Fall | 360 | 90 | Strange | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Nebula Shirt | Group A | All | 390 | 97 | Strange | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Dice Shirt | Group A | All | 340 | 85 | Novel | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Kiddie Shirt | Group B | All | 340 | 85 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Airy Shirt | Group C | All | 420 | 105 | Dressy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Polar Fleece | Group C | All | 360 | 90 | Dressy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Crossing Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,550 | Strange | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Splendid Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,550 | Strange | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Jagged Shirt | Group B | All | 360 | 90 | Showy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Subdued Print | Group B | Fall | 320 | 80 | Tasteful | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Sharp Outfit | Group A | Winter | 280 | 70 | Tasteful | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Jungle Camo | Group A | All | 320 | 80 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Arctic Camo | Group C | All | 320 | 80 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Desert Camo | Group B | All | 320 | 80 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Zebra Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,600 | Showy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Tiger Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,600 | Showy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Cow Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,600 | Showy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Leopard Shirt | Group C | All | 320 | 80 | Showy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Giraffe Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,550 | Showy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Ladybug Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,350 | Novel | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Butterfly Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,800 | Novel | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Spiderweb Shirt | Group B | Summer | 320 | 80 | Novel | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Caterpillar Tee* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,700 | Novel | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Fiendish Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,700 | Novel | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Citrus Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,600 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Kiwi Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,600 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Watermelon Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,600 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Strawberry Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,600 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Grape Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,600 | Dressy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Melon Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,600 | Fresh | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Pink Wave Shirt | Group A | All | 420 | 105 | Showy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Flan Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,300 | Strange | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Hot Dog Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,500 | Novel | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Sandwich Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,600 | Novel | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Dragon Suit | Group C | Summer | 340 | 85 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Asian Shirt | Group B | All | 380 | 95 | Quiet | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Hot Spring Shirt | Group B | Spring | 520 | 130 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | New Spring Shirt | Group C | Spring | 520 | 130 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Crewel Shirt | Group C | Winter | 380 | 95 | Dressy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Tropical Shirt | Group C | Summer | 370 | 92 | Dressy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Ribbon Shirt | Group A | Spring | 370 | 92 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Bodice | Group A | All | 400 | 100 | Dressy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Laced Shirt | Group C | Winter | 370 | 92 | Dressy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Circus Shirt | Group C | All | 370 | 92 | Quiet | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Green Vest | Group A | Summer | 380 | 95 | Quiet | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Yellow Bolero | Group B | All | 430 | 107 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Noble Shirt | Group C | All | 380 | 95 | Dressy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Turnip Top | Group B | All | 350 | 87 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Yodel Shirt | Group A | All | 350 | 87 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Gaudy Sweater | Group A | Spring | 330 | 82 | Showy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Western Shirt | Group C | Winter | 350 | 87 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Red Riding Hoody | Group A | Fall | 350 | 87 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Royal Shirt | Group A | All | 380 | 95 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Witch Shirt | Group B | All | 360 | 90 | Dressy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Firefighter Tee | Group C | All | 320 | 80 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Graduation Gown | Group B | All | 320 | 80 | Quiet | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Sky Shirt | Group B | All | 360 | 90 | Quiet | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Captain's Shirt | Group C | All | 340 | 85 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Burglar's Shirt | Group A | All | 420 | 105 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Jester Shirt | Group A | Spring | 420 | 105 | Novel | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Nurse's Uniform | Group A | All | 300 | 75 | Quiet | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Bone Shirt | Group C | All | 280 | 70 | Novel | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Zipper Shirt | Group C | All | 320 | 80 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Mummy Shirt | Group A | All | 180 | 45 | Strange | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Military Uniform | Group C | All | 380 | 95 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Sailor's Uniform | Group A | All | 320 | 80 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Reggae Shirt | Group B | All | 240 | 60 | Showy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Camel Shirt | Group C | All | 280 | 70 | Tasteful | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Molecule Tee | Group B | All | 360 | 90 | Quiet | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Concierge Shirt | Group A | Fall | 350 | 87 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Kimono | Group B | All | 520 | 130 | Showy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Tuxedo | Group C | All | 380 | 95 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Explorer Shirt | Group B | All | 400 | 100 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Dutch Shirt | Group C | All | 280 | 70 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Toga | Group C | All | 280 | 70 | Novel | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Cake Shirt | Group A | All | 600 | 150 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Waitress Shirt | Group B | All | 320 | 80 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Princess Shirt | Group C | All | 480 | 120 | Dressy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Fairy Tale Shirt | Group A | All | 320 | 80 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Spanish Shirt | Group B | All | 360 | 90 | Showy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Latin Uniform | Group B | All | 320 | 80 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Red Down Vest | Group C | Winter | 380 | 95 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | One-Way Tee | Group A | All | 420 | 105 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Beaded Shirt | Group C | All | 420 | 105 | Dressy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Nile Shirt | Group A | All | 400 | 100 | Novel | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Wrap Shirt | Group B | All | 320 | 80 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Wrestler Shirt | Group C | All | 280 | 70 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Security Shirt | Group A | All | 420 | 105 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Poncho | Group B | All | 320 | 80 | Tasteful | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Fluffy Shirt | Group C | All | 400 | 100 | Pretty | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Chinese Shirt | Group B | All | 320 | 80 | Quiet | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Pep Squad Shirt | Group C | All | 280 | 70 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Racing Shirt | Group B | All | 460 | 115 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Orange Jumpsuit | Group A | All | 200 | 50 | Tasteful | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Tin Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 1,600 | Tasteful | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Scale Armor Suit | Group A | All | 480 | 120 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Armor Suit | Group B | All | 400 | 100 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Gold Armor Suit | Group C | All | 540 | 135 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Red Warmup Suit | Group B | Winter | 260 | 65 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Baseball Shirt | Group B | All | 320 | 80 | Pop | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Leather Jerkin | Group A | Winter | 380 | 95 | Dressy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Frock Coat | Group C | Summer | 290 | 72 | Dressy | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Space Suit | Group B | All | 360 | 90 | Attractive | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Caveman Tunic | Group C | All | 380 | 95 | Strange | |--------------------+----------+----------+-------+--------+-----------------| | Moldy Shirt* | Gracie | All | N/A | 12 | Strange | O=============================================================================O =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 5. Umbrellas (K0500) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= There are 32 different umbrella items that are needed to complete the catalog. These are available from the Able Sisters, but the Group designation is not defined. I have also included each item's price and what you would get for selling the item. Other held items, including all tools, Party Poppers, Sparklers, and Roman Candles are not shown in the catalog. These are covered in another section. O=============================================================================O | Name | Group | Buy | Sell | O========================o==================o================o================O | Gelato Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Bat Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Lacy Parasol | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Leaf Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Paper Parasol | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Ribbon Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Red Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Blue Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Yellow Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Green Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Candy Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Melon Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Mint Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Picnic Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Lemon Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Toad Parasol | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Eggy Parasol | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Blue Dot Parasol | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Daisy Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Paw Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Petal Parasol | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Busted Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Sunny Parasol | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Beach Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Elegant Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Modern Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Leopard Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Zebra Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Forest Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Flame Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Camo Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |------------------------+------------------+----------------+----------------| | Spider Umbrella | Group ? | 160 | 40 | O=============================================================================O =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 6. Accessories (K0600) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= There are 130 different accessories that can be listed in the catalog. Each item is available from the Able Sisters, although Group designation has not been determined. I have included each item's price and how much you can sell it for. Items marked with an asterix (*) cannot be ordered from the catalog. These items are listed below, along with where they can be found. Green Feather.............. Donations Blue Feather............... Donations Yellow Feather............. Donations Red Feather................ Donations Purple Feather............. Donations White Feather.............. Donations Rainbow Feather............ Donations Halo.................... Able Sisters Royal Crown............. Able Sisters Crown................... Able Sisters Turban............... Wendell (Trade) O=============================================================================O | Accessory Name | Group | Buy | Sell | O====================o==================o==================o==================o | White Cap | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Red Cap | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Yellow Cap | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Light Blue Cap | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Green Cap | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Star Cap | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | 1-Up Cap | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Purple Cap | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Blue Knit Hat | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Green Knit Hat | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Orange Knit Hat | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Pink Knit Hat | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Purple Knit Hat | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Red Pom-Pom Hat | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Badge Hat | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Straw Hat | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Grandpa Hat | Group ? | 240 | 60 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Paperboy Cap | Group ? | 280 | 70 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Beret | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Dandy Hat | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Hunter's Cap | Group ? | 300 | 75 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Detective Hat | Group ? | 240 | 60 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Top Hat | Group ? | 400 | 100 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Puffy Hat | Group ? | 240 | 60 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Bandana | Group ? | 80 | 20 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Swimming Cap | Group ? | 80 | 20 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Wizard's Cap | Group ? | 80 | 20 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Big Bro's Hat | Group ? | 320 | 80 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Li'l Bro's Hat | Group ? | 320 | 80 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Bicycle Helmet | Group ? | 400 | 100 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Chef's Hat | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Combat Helmet | Group ? | 960 | 240 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Scholar's Hat | Group ? | 420 | 105 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Safety Helmet | Group ? | 300 | 75 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Police Cap | Group ? | 480 | 120 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Explorer's Hat | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Captain's Hat | Group ? | 360 | 90 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Sailor's Hat | Group ? | 300 | 75 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Silk Hat | Group ? | 120 | 30 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Outback Hat | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Dutch Hat | Group ? | 320 | 80 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Sombrero | Group ? | 240 | 60 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Tyrolean Hat | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Viking Helmet | Group ? | 540 | 135 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Cavalier Hat | Group ? | 360 | 90 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Pirate's Hat | Group ? | 240 | 60 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Jester's Cap | Group ? | 360 | 90 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Witch's Hat | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Red Ribbon | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Blue Ribbon | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Yellow Ribbon | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Heart Hairpin | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Star Hairpin | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Moon Hairpin | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Green Feather* | Donations | N/A | 50 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Blue Feather* | Donations | N/A | 60 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Yellow Feather* | Donations | N/A | 70 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Red Feather* | Donations | N/A | 80 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Purple Feather* | Donations | N/A | 90 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | White Feather* | Donations | N/A | 100 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Rainbow Feather* | Donations | N/A | 110 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Halo* | Group ? | 2,400 | 600 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Royal Crown* | Group ? | 1,200,000 | 300,000 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Crown* | Group ? | 1,000,000 | 250,000 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Pilot's Cap | Group ? | 720 | 180 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Fireman's Hat | Group ? | 960 | 240 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Baby's Hat | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | White Veil | Group ? | 400 | 100 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Turban* | Wendell | N/A | 150 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Warbonnet | Group ? | 1,000 | 250 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Kaffiyeh | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Cow Bone | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Samurai Wig | Group ? | 1,200 | 300 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Geisha Wig | Group ? | 1,600 | 400 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Ninja Hood | Group ? | 240 | 60 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Powdered Wig | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Afro Wig | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Regent Wig | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Mohawk Wig | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Pigtail | Group ? | 120 | 30 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Bunny Hood | Group ? | 1,600 | 400 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Racing Helmet | Group ? | 1,200 | 300 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Motocross Helmet | Group ? | 1,400 | 350 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Football Helmet | Group ? | 1,200 | 300 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Knight's Helmet | Group ? | 1,000 | 250 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Roman Helmet | Group ? | 1,200 | 300 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Diving Mask | Group ? | 2,200 | 550 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Space Helmet | Group ? | 2,400 | 600 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Ski Mask | Group ? | 600 | 150 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Wrestling Mask | Group ? | 900 | 225 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Dressing | Group ? | 120 | 30 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | King Tut Wig | Group ? | 12,000 | 3,000 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Blue Frames | Group ? | 120 | 30 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Red Glasses | Group ? | 120 | 30 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Yellow Glasses | Group ? | 120 | 30 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Mint Glasses | Group ? | 120 | 30 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Purple Glasses | Group ? | 120 | 30 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Green Glasses | Group ? | 120 | 30 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Brown Glasses | Group ? | 120 | 30 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Pink Glasses | Group ? | 120 | 30 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Thick Glasses | Group ? | 120 | 30 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Silver Frames | Group ? | 120 | 30 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Rimmed Glasses | Group ? | 120 | 30 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Funky Glasses | Group ? | 120 | 30 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Pilot Shades | Group ? | 2,400 | 600 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Sporty Shades | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Huge Shades | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Triangle Shades | Group ? | 120 | 30 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Tiny Shades | Group ? | 120 | 30 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | 3-D Glasses | Group ? | 120 | 30 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Masquerade Mask | Group ? | 120 | 30 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Hero's Mask | Group ? | 1,200 | 300 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Goggles | Group ? | 280 | 70 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Snorkel Mask | Group ? | 320 | 80 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Eye Mask | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | HMD | Group ? | 1,800 | 450 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Monocle | Group ? | 240 | 60 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Doctor's Mirror | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Eye Patch | Group ? | 120 | 30 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Post-Op Patch | Group ? | 120 | 30 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Gas Mask | Group ? | 240 | 60 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Hockey Mask | Group ? | 200 | 50 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Red Nose | Group ? | 80 | 20 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Stache & Glasses | Group ? | 240 | 60 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Big Bro Mustache | Group ? | 600 | 150 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Curly Mustache | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Mini-Mustache | Group ? | 160 | 40 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | King's Beard | Group ? | 8,000 | 2,000 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Mask | Group ? | 80 | 20 | |--------------------+------------------+------------------+------------------| | Pacifier | Group ? | 120 | 30 | O=============================================================================O =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 7. Stationery (K0700) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 63 types of stationery will complete the catalog. These items are listed below with their Group designation, their price, and what they sell for. Items marked with an asterix (*) do not appear in the catalog. These items are listed below, along with where they may be obtained. Note that Bottle Paper does not appear in the catalog, as it is used to write bottled messages. Formal Paper Gracie/Tortimer/Blathers Snowman Paper................ Snowman Nook Paper.................. Tom Nook Fox Paper....................... Redd Town Hall Paper.... Donations/Savings Tortimer Paper..... Tortimer/Cornimer Insurance Paper................. Lyle Academy Paper.................... HRA O=============================================================================O | Name | Group | Buy | Sell | |=====================o=====================o================o================| | Butterfly Paper | Group A | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Airmail Paper | Group B | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | New Year's Cards | Group C | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Lacy Paper | Group A | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Cloudy Paper | Group B | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Petal Paper | Group C | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Snowy Paper | Group A | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Maple-Leaf Paper | Group B | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Lined Paper | Group C | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Notebook Paper | Group A | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Flowery Paper | Group B | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Polka-Dot Paper | Group C | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Ribbon Paper | Group B | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Sparkly Paper | Group C | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Vine Paper | Group A | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Formal Paper* | Tortimer/Gracie | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Snowman Paper* | Snowman | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Card Paper | Group A | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Leopard Paper | Group B | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Cow Paper | Group C | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Camouflage Paper | Group A | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Hamburger Paper | Group B | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Piano Paper | Group C | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Nook Paper* | Tom Nook | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Fox Paper* | Crazy Redd | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Birthday Cards | Group B | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Four-Leaf Paper | Group A | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Town-Hall Paper* | Donations/Savings | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Tortimer Paper* | Tortimer/Cornimer | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Insurance Paper* | Lyle | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Academy Paper* | HRA | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Lovely Paper | Group A | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Rainbow Paper | Group B | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Egyptian Paper | Group C | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Lotus Paper | Group A | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Tile Paper | Group B | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Mosaic Paper | Group C | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Elegant Paper | Group A | 800 | 200 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Town View Paper | Group B | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Chinese Paper | Group C | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Ocean Paper | Group A | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Industrial Paper | Group B | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Fireworks Paper | Group C | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Floral Paper | Group A | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Mushroom Paper | Group B | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Star Paper | Group C | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Composer Paper | Group C | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Bathtub Paper | Group A | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | SMB3 Paper | Group B | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Cool Paper | Group C | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Forest Paper | Group A | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Bubble Paper | Group B | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Buttercup Paper | Group C | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Tartan Paper | Group A | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Plaid Paper | Group B | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Lemon-Lime Paper | Group C | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Crater Paper | Group A | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Bejeweled Paper | Group B | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Geometric Paper | Group C | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Southwest Paper | Group A | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Night Sky Paper | Group B | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Chic Paper | Group C | 160 | 40 | |---------------------+---------------------+----------------+----------------| | Goldfish Paper | Group A | 160 | 40 | O=============================================================================O =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 8. Gyroids (K0800) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= There are 127 gyroids for you to collect. Although they are not orderable from the catalog, I have included what each sells for, and the color designations of each. O=============================================================================O | Name | Buy | Sell | Color 1 | Color 2 | O=====================o=============o=============o=============o=============O | Mega Clankoid | N/A | 828 | Green | Green | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Clankoid | N/A | 828 | Green | Green | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Clankoid | N/A | 828 | Green | Green | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Clankoid | N/A | 828 | Green | Green | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Squat Dingloid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Dingloid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Dingloid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Dingloid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Wee Dingloid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Dingloid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Percoloid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Percoloid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Oombloid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Oombloid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Oombloid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Oombloid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Rhythmoid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Rhythmoid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Puffoid | N/A | 828 | Green | Green | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Puffoid | N/A | 828 | Green | Green | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Puffoid | N/A | 828 | Green | Green | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Lullaboid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Lullaboid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Lullaboid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Lullaboid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Sproid | N/A | 828 | Yellow | Yellow | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Sproid | N/A | 828 | Yellow | Yellow | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Sproid | N/A | 828 | Yellow | Yellow | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Sproid | N/A | 828 | Yellow | Yellow | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Bowtoid | N/A | 828 | Black | Black | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Bowtoid | N/A | 828 | Black | Black | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Bowtoid | N/A | 828 | Black | Black | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Bowtoid | N/A | 828 | Black | Black | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Tootoid | N/A | 828 | Pink | Pink | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Tootoid | N/A | 828 | Pink | Pink | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Plinkoid | N/A | 828 | Blue | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Plinkoid | N/A | 828 | Pink | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Plinkoid | N/A | 828 | Green | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Dekkoid | N/A | 828 | Orange | Orange | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Dekkoid | N/A | 828 | Pink | Pink | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Dekkoid | N/A | 828 | Green | Green | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Buzzoid | N/A | 828 | Green | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Buzzoid | N/A | 828 | Green | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Buzzoid | N/A | 828 | Green | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Buzzoid | N/A | 828 | Green | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Drilloid | N/A | 828 | Red | Red | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Drilloid | N/A | 828 | Red | Red | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Drilloid | N/A | 828 | Red | Red | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Echoid | N/A | 828 | Blue | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Echoid | N/A | 828 | Orange | Orange | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Echoid | N/A | 828 | Blue | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Lamentoid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Lamentoid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Lamentoid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Lamentoid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Strumboid | N/A | 828 | Green | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Strumboid | N/A | 828 | Green | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Strumboid | N/A | 828 | Green | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Strumboid | N/A | 828 | Green | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Croakoid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Croakoid | N/A | 828 | Green | Green | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Croakoid | N/A | 828 | Orange | Orange | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Croakoid | N/A | 828 | Blue | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Fizzoid | N/A | 828 | Red | Red | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Fizzoid | N/A | 828 | Red | Red | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Squelchoid | N/A | 828 | Green | Green | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Squelchoid | N/A | 828 | Yellow | Green | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Squelchoid | N/A | 828 | Red | Red | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Howloid | N/A | 828 | Red | Red | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Howloid | N/A | 828 | Red | Red | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Howloid | N/A | 828 | Blue | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Nebuloid | N/A | 828 | Blue | Blue | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Squat Nebuloid | N/A | 828 | Green | Colorful | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Nebuloid | N/A | 828 | Blue | Colorful | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Nebuloid | N/A | 828 | Blue | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Nebuloid | N/A | 828 | Green | Colorful | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Slim Nebuloid | N/A | 828 | Blue | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Gongoid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Gongoid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Gongoid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Gongoid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Poltergoid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Poltergoid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Poltergoid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Poltergoid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Metatoid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Metatoid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Bovoid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Bovoid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Oboid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Black | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Oboid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Black | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Oboid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Black | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Dinkoid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Dinkoid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Harmonoid | N/A | 828 | Red | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Harmonoid | N/A | 828 | Red | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Harmonoid | N/A | 828 | Blue | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Harmonoid | N/A | 828 | Blue | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Droploid | N/A | 828 | Blue | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Sputnoid | N/A | 828 | Green | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Sputnoid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Sputnoid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Sputnoid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Alloid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Alloid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Alloid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Timpanoid | N/A | 828 | Red | Red | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Timpanoid | N/A | 828 | Red | Red | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Timpanoid | N/A | 828 | Red | Red | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Timpanoid | N/A | 828 | Red | Red | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Gargloid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Gargloid | N/A | 828 | Pink | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Gargloid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Warbloid | N/A | 828 | Pink | Pink | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Warbloid | N/A | 828 | Pink | Pink | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Warbloid | N/A | 828 | Pink | Pink | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Freakoid | N/A | 828 | Blue | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Freakoid | N/A | 828 | Blue | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Quazoid | N/A | 828 | Green | Green | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Quazoid | N/A | 828 | Pink | Pink | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Quazoid | N/A | 828 | Orange | Orange | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Tall Quazoid | N/A | 828 | Blue | Blue | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Slim Quazoid | N/A | 828 | Gray | Gray | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mega Rustoid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Rustoid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | |---------------------+-------------+-------------+-------------+-------------| | Mini Rustoid | N/A | 828 | Brown | Brown | O=============================================================================O =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 9. Fossils (K0900) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Although 52 different fossils are needed for the catalog's completion, they are not orderable from it. The table below details the type of each (normal or skeletal), the size of each (after identified), what each sells for, and the two color designations of each fossil. O=============================================================================O | Name | Type | Size | Buy | Sell | Color 1 | Color 2 | O===================o===========o=========o======o========o=========o=========| | Amber | Normal | Small | N/A | 1,200 | Orange | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Ammonite | Normal | Small | N/A | 1,100 | Gray | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Dino Droppings | Normal | Small | N/A | 1,100 | Gray | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Dinosaur Egg | Normal | Small | N/A | 1,400 | Gray | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Fern Fossil | Normal | Small | N/A | 1,000 | Gray | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Dinosaur Track | Normal | Small | N/A | 1,000 | Gray | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Archaeopteryx | Normal | Small | N/A | 1,300 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Peking Man | Normal | Small | N/A | 1,100 | Gray | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Shark Tooth | Normal | Small | N/A | 1,000 | Gray | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Trilobite | Normal | Small | N/A | 1,300 | Gray | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | T-rex Skull | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 6,000 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | T-rex Torso | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 5,500 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | T-rex Tail | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 5,000 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Tricera Skull | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 5,500 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Tricera Torso | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 5,000 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Tricera Tail | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 4,500 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Mammoth Skull | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 3,000 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Mammoth Torso | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 2,500 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Ankylo Skull | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 3,500 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Ankylo Torso | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 3,000 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Ankylo Tail | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 2,500 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Apato Skull | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 5,000 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Apato Torso | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 4,500 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Apato Tail | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 4,000 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Dimetrodon Skull | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 5,500 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Dimetrodon Torso | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 5,000 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Dimetrodon Tail | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 4,500 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Iguanodon Skull | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 4,000 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Iguanodon Torso | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 3,500 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Iguanodon Tail | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 3,000 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Sabertooth Skull | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 2,500 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Sabertooth Torso | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 2,000 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Pachy Skull | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 4,000 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Pachy Torso | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 3,500 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Pachy Tail | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 3,000 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Parasaur Skull | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 3,500 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Parasaur Torso | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 3,000 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Parasaur Tail | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 2,500 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Seismo Skull | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 5,000 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Seismo Chest | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 4,500 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Seismo Hip | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 4,000 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Seismo Tail | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 4,500 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Plesio Skull | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 4,500 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Plesio Neck | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 4,500 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Plesio Torso | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 4,500 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Stego Skull | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 5,000 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Stego Torso | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 4,500 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Stego Tail | Skeleton | Large | N/A | 4,000 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Ptera Skull | Skeleton | Medium | N/A | 4,000 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Ptera Body | Skeleton | Medium | N/A | 4,000 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Ptera Left Wing | Skeleton | Medium | N/A | 4,500 | Brown | Brown | |-------------------+-----------+---------+------+--------+---------+---------| | Ptera Right Wing | Skeleton | Medium | N/A | 4,500 | Brown | Brown | O=============================================================================O =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 10. K.K. Songs (K1000) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= K.K. Slider visits your town on Saturday nights and performs at the Roost. You may request one of the below songs, or just listen to him perform any one of them. These songs are listed in catalog order. An item of the stero category is needed to play these songs. Stereo items include the following items. Kiddie Stereo Robo-Stereo Jukebox CD Player Gold Stereo Hi-Fi Stereo Turntable Dice Stereo White Boom Box Red Boom Box Phonograph Reel-to-Reel Retro Stereo High-End Stereo Tape Deck Now, here are the songs that K.K. Slider may perform. K.K. Chorale Aloha K.K. K.K. D & B Two Days Ago K.K. March Lucky K.K. K.K. Technopop My Place K.K. Waltz K.K. Condor DJ K.K. Forest Life K.K. Swing K.K. Steppe Only Me To The Edge K.K. Jazz Imperial K.K. K.K. Country Pondering K.K. Fusion K.K. Casbah Surfin' K.K. K.K. Dixie K.K. Etude K.K. Safari K.K. Ballad K.K. Marathon K.K. Lullaby K.K. Folk Comrade K.K. King K.K. K.K. Aria K.K. Rock K.K. Lament Mountain Song K.K. Samba Rockin' K.K. Go K.K. Rider! Marine Song 2001 K.K. Bossa K.K. Ragtime K.K. Dirge Neapolitan K.K. Calypso K.K. Gumbo K.K. Western Steep Hill K.K. Salsa The K. Funk Mr. K.K. K.K. Rockabilly K.K. Mambo K.K. Blues Cafe K.K. Agent K.K. K.K. Reggae Soulful K.K. K.K. Parade K.K. Rally K.K. Ska K.K. Soul Senor K.K. K.K. Metal K.K. Tango K.K. Cruisin' K.K. Song K.K. Faire K.K. Love Song I Love You The "e" in Cafe K.K. requires an accent and the "n" in Senor K.K. requires a tilde. Type these songs in exactly as typed here to have K.K. play your request. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 11. Fish (K1100) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= There are 56 different varieties of fish. Catch a fish of each type to obtain the Golden Rod. For each fish, I have included its size, its shadow size rating (size relative to other fish with 1 being smallest and 8 being largest), its sell price, in what waters to find it, and when to find it (including the peak time at which it is more likely to be found). Note that the times listed under availability are not specific cut-off points for various fish. The game lacks specific, cut and dry cut-off points, and so new fish from the next month may appear at the end of the present month. Note that the eel has a thin shadow. The Shark, Ocean Sunfish, and Hammerhead Shark all have a fin that protrudes above the water, making them more easily identifiable. O=============================================================================O | Fish Name | Size | R | Sell | Loctn | Availability (Peak Time) | O==================o========o===o========o=======o============================O | Bitterling | 3.9in | 1 | 900 | River | Nov-Feb; All Day | | | | | | | (4AM-9PM, Dec-Feb) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Pale Chub | 5.9in | 1 | 200 | River | All Year, 9AM-4PM | | | | | | | (Mar-Jun, Aug-Nov) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Crucian Carp | 11.7in | 2 | 120 | River | All Year, All Day | | | | | | | (9AM-4PM, 9PM-4AM, Mar-Jun,| | | | | | | Sep-Nov) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Dace | 13.7in | 2 | 200 | River | All Year, 4PM-9AM | | | | | | | (9PM-4AM, Nov-Mar) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Barbel Steed | 19.5in | 4 | 200 | River | All Year, All Day | | | | | | | (9PM-4AM, Oct-Mar) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Carp | 2.4ft | 5 | 300 | River | All Year, All Day | | | | | | | (4PM-9AM, Oct-Nov) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Koi | 2.4ft | 5 | 2,000 | River | All Year, 4PM-9AM | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Goldfish | 5.9in | 1 | 1,300 | River | All Year, All Day | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Popeyed Goldfish | 5.9in | 1 | 1,300 | River | All Year, 9AM-4PM | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Killifish | 16.0in | 1 | 300 | HPond | Apr-Aug, All Day | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Crawfish | 4.7in | 1 | 200 | HPond | Apr-Mid-Sep, All Day | | | | | | | (9AM-4PM, Apr-May) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Frog | 4.7in | 1 | 120 | HPond | May-Aug, All Day | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Freshwater Goby | 5.9in | 1 | 300 | River | All Year, 4PM-9AM | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Loach | 7.8in | 1 | 300 | River | Mar-May, All Day | | | | | | | (9AM-4PM, Mar-Apr) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Catfish | 23.4in | 4 | 800 | LPond | May-Oct, 4PM-9AM | | | | | | | (9PM-4AM, Jun-Sep) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Eel | 3.25ft | 3 | 2,000 | River | Jun-Mid-Sep, 4PM-9AM | | | | | | | (9PM-4AM, Jun-Aug) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Giant Snakehead | 2.6ft | 6 | 5,500 | LPond | Jun-Aug, 9AM-4PM | | | | | | | (Jul-Aug) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Bluegill | 9.8in | 2 | 120 | River | All Year, 9AM-4PM | | | | | | | (Mar-Nov) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Yellow Perch | 13.7in | 2 | 240 | River | Oct-Mar, All Day | | | | | | | Nov-Feb | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Black Bass | 19.5in | 4 | 300 | River | All Year, All Day | | | | | | | (4AM-9AM, 4PM-9PM, May-Nov)| |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Pond Smelt | 5.9in | 1 | 300 | LPond | Dec-Feb, All Day | | | | | | | (4AM-9PM) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Sweetfish | 9.8in | 2 | 900 | River | Jul-Mid-Sep, All Day | | | | | | | (4AM-9PM, Jul-Aug) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Cherry Salmon | 13.7in | 2 | 1,000 | River | Mar-Jun, 4AM-9AM, 4PM-9PM; | | | | | | | Sep-Nov, 4AM-9PM | | | | | | | (Mar-Apr) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Char | 19.5in | 4 | 3,800 | Wtrfl | Mar-Jun, 4AM-9AM, 4AM-9PM; | | | | | | | Sep-Nov, 4AM-9PM | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Rainbow Trout | 2.3ft | 5 | 800 | River | Mar-Jun, 4AM-9AM, 4PM-9PM; | | | | | | | Sep-Nov, 4AM-9PM | | | | | | | (Mar-May) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Stringfish | 4.9ft | 8 | 15,000 | River | Dec-Feb, 4PM-9AM | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Salmon | 2.9ft | 6 | 700 | River | Sep, All Day | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | King Salmon | 5.2ft | 8 | 1,800 | River | Sep, All Day | | | | | | | (Early Sep) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Guppy | 1.6in | 1 | 1,300 | River | Apr-Nov, 9AM-4PM | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Angelfish | 4.7in | 1 | 3,000 | River | May-Oct, 4PM-9AM | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Piranha | 11.7in | 2 | 2,500 | River | Jun-Mid-Sep, 9AM-4PM, | | | | | | | 9PM-4AM | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Arowana | 2.3ft | 5 | 10,000 | River | Jun-Mid-Sep, 4PM-9AM | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Dorado | 3.25ft | 7 | 15,000 | River | Jun-Sep, 4AM-9PM | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Gar | 6.2ft | 8 | 6,000 | LPond | Jun-Sep, 4PM-9AM | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Arapaima | 9.75ft | 8 | 10,000 | River | Jul-Sep, 4PM-9AM | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Sea Butterfly | 1.2in | 1 | 1,000 | Ocean | Dec-Feb, All Day | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Jellyfish | 9.8in | 2 | 100 | Ocean | Late Aug, All Day | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Seahorse | 3.1in | 1 | 1,100 | Ocean | Apr-Nov, All Day | | | | | | | (4AM-9PM, May-Oct) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Clownfish | 5.9in | 1 | 650 | Ocean | Apr-Sep, All Day | | | | | | | (May-Mid-Aug) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Zebra Turkeyfish | 11.7in | 2 | 400 | Ocean | Apr-Nov, All Day | | | | | | | (May-Oct) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Puffer Fish | 13.7in | 2 | 240 | Ocean | Jul-Sep, All Day | | | | | | | (Aug-Sep) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Horse Mackerel | 15.6in | 2 | 150 | Ocean | All Year, All Day | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Barred Knifejaw | 23.4in | 4 | 5,000 | Ocean | Mar-Nov, All Day | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Sea Bass | 3.25ft | 7 | 160 | Ocean | All Year, All Day | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Red Snapper | 2.9ft | 6 | 3,000 | Ocean | All Year, All Day | | | | | | | (Mar-Oct) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Dab | 19.5in | 4 | 300 | Ocean | Oct-Apr, All Day | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Olive Flounder | 2.6ft | 6 | 800 | Ocean | All Year, All Day | | | | | | | (Nov-Mar) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Squid | 13.7in | 2 | 400 | Ocean | Dec-Mid-Aug, All Day | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Octopus | 23.5in | 4 | 500 | Ocean | Mar-Jul, Mid-Sep-Jan, All | | | | | | | Day | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Football Fish | 23.4in | 4 | 2,500 | Ocean | Nov-Mar, 4PM-9AM | | | | | | | (Dec-Feb) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Tuna | 7.5ft | 8 | 7,000 | Ocean | Nov-Mar, All Day | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Blue Marlin | 7.2ft | 8 | 10,000 | Ocean | Jul-Sep, All Day | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Ocean Sunfish | 9.75ft | 9 | 4,000 | Ocean | Jun-Sep, 4AM-9PM | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Hammerhead Shark | 8.1ft | 9 | 8,000 | Ocean | Jun-Sep, 4PM-9AM | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Shark | 17.6ft | 9 | 15,000 | Ocean | Jun-Sep, 4PM-9AM | | | | | | | (None) | |------------------+--------+---+--------+-------+----------------------------| | Coelacanth | 4.9ft | 8 | 15,000 | Ocean | All Year, 4PM-9AM in Rain/ | | | | | | | Snow | | | | | | | (None) | O=============================================================================O =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 12. Insects (K1200) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= To obtain the Golden Net, you must catch one of the following 52 types of insects. For each insect, I have included its size, what it sells for, where to find it, and when to find it (along with a peak time in which it is more likely to appear). Note that the times listed under availability are not specific cut-off points for various insects. The game lacks specific, cut and dry cut-off points, and so new insects from the next month may appear at the end of the present month. Insects marked with an asterisk (*) do not appear when it is raining. These insects are listed below. Common Butterfly Agrias Butterfly Orchid Mantis Firefly Yellow Butterfly Birdwing Butterfly Red Dragonfly Mosquito Tiger Butterfly Moth Darner Dragonfly Fly Peacock Butterfly Honeybee Banded Dragonfly Spider Monarch Butterfly Long Locust Grasshopper Tarantula Emperor Butterfly Mantis Ladybug Scorpion Insects marked with a caret (^) do not appear when your gates are open. These insects are listed below. Honeybee Pondskater Mosquito Tarantula Bee Dung Beetle Fly Scorpion Ant Flea Spider O=============================================================================O | Insect Name | Size | Sell | Loctn | Availability (Peak Time) | O=====================o=======o========o=========o============================O | Common Butterfly* | 50mm | 90 | Near | Mar-Jun, 4AM-7PM; Jul-Aug, | | | | | Flowers | 8AM-5PM; Sep, 8AM-4PM | | | | | | (8AM-5PM) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Yellow Butterfly* | 50mm | 90 | Near | Mar-Jun, 4AM-7PM; Jul-Aug, | | | | | Flowers | 8AM-5PM; Sep, 8AM-4PM | | | | | | (8AM-5PM) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Tiger Butterfly* | 90mm | 160 | Near | Mar-Jun, 4AM-7PM; Jul-Aug, | | | | | Red/Pnk | 8AM-5PM; Sep, 8AM-4PM | | | | | Flowers | (8AM-5PM) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Peacock Butterfly* | 105mm | 220 | Near B/ | Mar-Jun, 4AM-7PM; Jul-Aug, | | | | | Pur/Blk | 8AM-5PM; Sep, 8AM-4PM | | | | | Flowers | (8AM-5PM, May-June) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Monarch Butterfly* | 85mm | 140 | Near | Sep-Oct, 4AM-5PM; Nov, 8AM | | | | | Flowers | -5PM | | | | | | (8AM-5PM, Oct-Nov) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Emperor Butterfly* | 115mm | 2,500 | Near | Jun-Sep, 8AM-5PM | | | | | Flowers | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Agrias Butterfly* | 42mm | 3,000 | Near | Jun-Sep, 8AM-5PM | | | | | Flowers | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Birdwing Butterfly* | 260mm | 3,000 | Near | Jun-Sep, 8AM-5PM | | | | | Flowers | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Moth* | 60mm | 60 | Outdoor | May-Sep, 7PM-4AM | | | | | Lights | (11PM-4AM, Jun-Aug) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Oak Silk Moth | 280mm | 1,200 | On Tree | Jun-Sep, 7PM-4AM | | | | | | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Honeybee*^ | 13mm | 100 | Near | Mar-Aug, 8AM-5PM | | | | | Flowers | (Mar-Jun) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Bee^ | 38mm | 4,500 | In Tree | All Year, All Day | | | | | | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Long Locust* | 73mm | 200 | On | Aug-Nov, 8AM-7PM | | | | | Ground | (Sep-Nov) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Migratory Locust | 58mm | 600 | On | Sep-Nov, 8AM-7PM | | | | | Ground | (8AM-4PM) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Mantis* | 82mm | 430 | On | Aug-Nov, 8AM-5PM | | | | | Flowers | (8AM-4PM, Sep-Nov) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Orchid Mantis* | 35mm | 2,400 | On | Aug-Nov, 8AM-5PM | | | | | Flowers | (8AM-4PM, Sep-Nov) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Brown Cicada | 58mm | 200 | On Tree | Jul-Aug, 8AM-5PM | | | | | | (8AM-4PM) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Robust Cicada | 60mm | 300 | On Tree | Jul-Aug, 8AM-5PM | | | | | | (8AM-4PM) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Walker Cicada | 44mm | 400 | On Tree | Jul-Sep, 8AM-5PM | | | | | | (Aug) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Evening Cicada | 45mm | 550 | On Tree | Jul-Aug, 4AM-8PM | | | | | | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Lantern Fly | 70mm | 1,800 | On Tree | Jun-Sep, 4PM-7PM, 11PM-8AM | | | | | | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Red Dragonfly* | 38mm | 80 | In Air | Sep-Oct, 8AM-7PM | | | | | | (4PM-5PM) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Darner Dragonfly* | 76mm | 200 | In Air | Jun-Aug, 8AM-5PM | | | | | | (4PM-5PM) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Banded Dragonfly* | 90mm | 4,500 | In Air | Jul-Aug, 8AM-5PM | | | | | | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Ant^ | 5mm | 80 | Rotten | All Year, All Day | | | | | Turnips | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Pondskater^ | 14mm | 130 | On H/L | Jun-Sep, 8AM-7PM | | | | | Ponds | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Snail | 45mm | 250 | On Flwrs| Apr-Sep, All Day | | | | | Usually | (4PM-8AM, May; 4AM-7PM | | | | | in Rain | Jun; 7PM-11PM, Jul-Aug) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Cricket | 28mm | 130 | On | Sep-Nov, 5PM-8AM | | | | | Ground | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Bell Cricket | 18mm | 430 | On | Sep-Oct, 5PM-8AM | | | | | Ground | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Grasshopper* | 43mm | 160 | On | Jul, 4PM-5PM; Aug-Sep, | | | | | Ground | 8AM-5PM | | | | | | (Sep) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Mole Cricket | 35mm | 280 | Undgrnd | Nov-May, All Day | | | | | | (Dec-Feb) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Walkingstick | 85mm | 600 | On Tree | Jul-Nov, 4AM-7PM | | | | | | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Ladybug* | 8mm | 200 | On | Mar-Jun, Oct, 8AM-5PM | | | | | Flowers | (Mar-May) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Fruit Beetle | 23mm | 100 | On Tree | Jul-Aug, All Day; Sep, 7PM | | | | | | -8AM | | | | | | (7PM-4AM) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Scarab Beetle | 25mm | 6,000 | On Tree | Jul-Aug, 11PM-8AM | | | | | | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Dung Beetle^ | 35mm | 800 | Near | Dec-Feb, 5PM-8AM | | | | | Snwball | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Goliath Beetle | 90mm | 6,000 | On Ccnt | Jun-Aug, 7PM-8AM | | | | | Palms | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Firefly* | 15mm | 300 | Near | Jun, 7PM-4AM | | | | | Frshwtr | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Jewel Beetle | 35mm | 2,400 | On Tree | Jul-Aug, 8AM-5PM | | | | | | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Longhorn Beetle | 13mm | 260 | On Tree | Jun, 8AM-7PM; Jul-Aug, 8AM | | | | | | -5PM | | | | | | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Saw Stag Beetle | 65mm | 2,000 | On Tree | Jul-Aug, All Day | | | | | | (11PM-8AM) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Stag Beetle | 66mm | 2,000 | On Tree | Jun-Aug, 7PM-8AM | | | | | | (11PM-8AM, Jul-Aug) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Giant Beetle | 68mm | 10,000 | On Tree | Jul-Aug, 11PM-8AM | | | | | | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Rainbow Stag | 68mm | 10,000 | On Tree | Jun-Sep, 7PM-8AM | | | | | | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Dynastid Beetle | 80mm | 1,350 | On Tree | Jul-Aug, 7PM-8AM | | | | | | (11PM-8AM) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Atlas Beetle | 120mm | 8,000 | On Ccnt | Jul-Aug, 7PM-8AM | | | | | Palms | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Elephant Beetle | 115mm | 8,000 | On Ccnt | Jul-Aug, 7PM-8AM | | | | | Palms | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Hercules Beetle | 160mm | 12,000 | On Ccnt | Jul-Aug, 11PM-8AM | | | | | Palms | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Flea^ | 2mm | 70 | On | Mar-Nov, All Day | | | | | Villger | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Pillbug | 10mm | 250 | Under | All Year, All Day | | | | | Rocks | (Nov-Mar) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Mosquito*^ | 6mm | 130 | In Air | Jun-Sep, 5PM-4AM | | | | | | (5PM-7PM) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Fly^ | 9mm | 60 | Garbage | All Year, All Day | | | | | Rfflsia | (None) | | | | | RtnTrnp | | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Cockroach | 28mm | 5 | On Tree | All Year, All Day | | | | | RotTrnp | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Spider*^ | 28mm | 300 | In Tree | Mar-Nov, All Day | | | | | | Apr-May,4AM-8AM, 5PM-7PM; | | | | | | Jun, 7PM-8AM; Jul, 5PM-8AM;| | | | | | Aug-Sep, 4AM-8AM, 7PM-11PM;| | | | | | Oct, 5PM-8AM | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Tarantula*^ | 65mm | 8,000 | On | Jun-Aug, 7PM-4AM | | | | | Ground | (None) | |---------------------+-------+--------+---------+----------------------------| | Scorpion*^ | 160mm | 8,000 | On | Jul-Sep, 7PM-4AM | | | | | Ground | (None) | O=============================================================================O =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 13. Animal Pics (K1300) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= There are 150 villagers in Wild World, and each one could potentially give you their pic. In addition to the 150 regular pics, there are six special pics that other characters can give you. All pics are small, do not have a price and cannot be sold for any value, and do not have an assigned color or genre designation. They can be put on top of tables, and they are worth a lot of HRA points. O=============================================================================O | Availablity | Size | Price | Sell | Enscription | O=============o=======o=======o======o========================================O | Agent S | Small | None | 0 | I'm gonna, like, save the world! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Alfonso | Small | None | 0 | We're friends, so I won't gnaw on your | | | | | | legs, even though I'm starving. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Alice | Small | None | 0 | I like having you around. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Alli | Small | None | 0 | The most important parts of any | | | | | | ensemble are the purse and shoes. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Amelia | Small | None | 0 | Pampering yourself is as important as | | | | | | food, water, and shelter! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Anabelle | Small | None | 0 | I'll remember you even when I'm | | | | | | famous! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Anchovy | Small | None | 0 | I'm hungry. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Angus | Small | None | 0 | Even strong men cry. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Antonio | Small | None | 0 | Always go for the burn! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Apollo | Small | None | 0 | I'm not bald! I've just got fine | | | | | | feathers, that's all! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Aurora | Small | None | 0 | Just keep your cool. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Baabara | Small | None | 0 | I'm so soft that I don't even need a | | | | | | pillow! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Bella | Small | None | 0 | Would you like my autograph? | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Benedict | Small | None | 0 | Bok bok bok?! Just kidding. A huh | | | | | | huh huh! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Big Top | Small | None | 0 | World domination! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Bill | Small | None | 0 | Even though there's no "I" in team, | | | | | | there's no "everybody" either! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Biskit | Small | None | 0 | Let sleeping dogs lie. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Blaire | Small | None | 0 | My tail looks extra fluffy in this | | | | | | picture. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Bluebear | small | None | 0 | I enjoy tap dancing and raspberry jam! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Bob | Small | None | 0 | I'm a cat. Chillin' is in my blood, | | | | | | man. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Bones | Small | None | 0 | Thanks for the snacks. Hint hint. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Boone | Small | None | 0 | Words to live by: Don't ever wimp | | | | | | out! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Bree | Small | None | 0 | Just in case you were wondering, I | | | | | | like presents. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Buck | Small | None | 0 | What are you staring at?! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Bud | Small | None | 0 | You're not living unless you're | | | | | | sweating! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Bunnie | Small | None | 0 | Come on! Get amped! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Butch | Small | None | 0 | I'm watching you! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Camofrog | Small | None | 0 | You can't see me. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Caroline | Small | None | 0 | Relax! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Cesar | Small | None | 0 | All hail my moustache! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Champ | Small | None | 0 | You'll never get THIS monkey off your | | | | | | back! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Chevre | Small | None | 0 | Dream a little dream. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Chief | Small | None | 0 | Harrumph! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Chow | Small | None | 0 | Remember...I'm always watching you. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Coco | Small | None | 0 | I'm feeling kind of blank today. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Cube | Small | None | 0 | Stay cool. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Curly | Small | None | 0 | Get fired up! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Curt | Small | None | 0 | I'm watching you! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Cyrano | Small | None | 0 | Wish you were here! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Daisy | Small | None | 0 | Just a regular girl in a crazy world! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Deena | Small | None | 0 | I'm not a lame duck! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Derwin | Small | None | 0 | Everything in moderation. Except for | | | | | | snacks. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Dizzy | Small | None | 0 | Keep it mellow. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Dora | Small | None | 0 | Got any cheese for me? | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Dotty | Small | None | 0 | Hop to it, wee one! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Drake | Small | None | 0 | Got any snacks on you? | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Drift | Small | None | 0 | Always go for the gold! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Egbert | Small | None | 0 | Napping is when I do my best thinking. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Elise | Small | None | 0 | If you say anything stupid about | | | | | | bananas or monkeying around, I'll | | | | | | scream! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Elmer | Small | None | 0 | Got any snacks on you? | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Eloise | Small | None | 0 | You'll want to display this | | | | | | prominently! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Elvis | Small | None | 0 | Thank you very much. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Filbert | Small | None | 0 | Don't go nuts or anything. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Freckles | Small | None | 0 | CATAPULTING CUPCAKES! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Friga | Small | None | 0 | This isn't a fortune cookie! It's an | | | | | | important life lesson! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Frobert | Small | None | 0 | I don't wanna see any lily-livered | | | | | | jumping! Always aim high! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Gabi | Small | None | 0 | I'm trying out a new earstyle here. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Gaston | Small | None | 0 | Sacre bleu! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Genji | Small | None | 0 | Hai-ya! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Gladys | Small | None | 0 | Smiles are free, you know. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Goldie | Small | None | 0 | I'm really into that Lab on the cover | | | | | | of Nintendogs. He's pretty dreamy. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Goose | Small | None | 0 | Who are you callin' chicken, chicken?! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Gwen | Small | None | 0 | I'm just that cool. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Hopper | Small | None | 0 | This is my good side. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Hugh | Small | None | 0 | Keep it real. Real chill. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Jay | Small | None | 0 | You gotta want it! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Jeremiah | Small | None | 0 | Think about it, man. Bullfrog is only | | | | | | one letter away from blue frog. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Jitters | Small | None | 0 | When you're a team of one, you're | | | | | | always captain! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Joey | Small | None | 0 | Don't get your feathers all ruffled. | | | | | | Just chill. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Kabuki | Small | None | 0 | Hoo-ha konichiwa! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Kid Cat | Small | None | 0 | Spandex is the best disguise. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Kiki | Small | None | | Hang in there, kiddo. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Kitt | Small | None | 0 | They say that ugly parents have ugly | | | | | | kids. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Kody | Small | None | 0 | Drop and give me twenty! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Lily | Small | None | 0 | Don't jump to conclusions! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Limberg | Small | None | 0 | Something stinks! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Lobo | Small | None | 0 | I'm always watching you! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Lucky | Small | None | 0 | Ow. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Lucy | Small | None | 0 | This picture entitles you to one free | | | | | | smile! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Maelle | Small | None | 0 | I like long walks on the beach. | | | | | | Alone. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Mallary | Small | None | 0 | Purple is the color of royalty, you | | | | | | know! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Maple | Small | None | 0 | Maple + Moppina = BFF! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Margie | Small | None | 0 | Keep your feet on the ground. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Marina | Small | None | 0 | I think I'm the only sane one in this | | | | | | town. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Mathilda | Small | None | 0 | Blood is thicker than water! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Melba | Small | None | 0 | You're my new best bud! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Mint | Small | None | 0 | I'm totally fresh and you know it! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Mitzi | Small | None | 0 | Sometimes I think I'm the only sane | | | | | | one around. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Moe | Small | None | 0 | Whoa... | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Monique | Small | None | 0 | No airbrushing necessary! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Monty | Small | None | 0 | What are YOU looking at?! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Nan | Small | None | 0 | Nanny-nanny boo-boo! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Nana | Small | None | 0 | Pink is the new black! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Nibbles | Small | None | 0 | Coming soon to a billboard near you! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Octavian | Small | None | 0 | Don't be a sucker! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Olivia | Small | None | 0 | You're the best kind of friend because | | | | | | you make me look even prettier. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Opal | Small | None | 0 | Now whenever you see this picture of | | | | | | me, you can think warm thoughts. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Pango | Small | None | 0 | Now you can say you knew me when! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Pate | Small | None | 0 | SHRIEKING SUGARCUBES! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Patty | Small | None | 0 | This month's Ms. Nintendique cover | | | | | | girl! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Peanut | Small | None | 0 | This is my star smile. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Pecan | Small | None | 0 | A picture of me is worth a thousand | | | | | | pictures of someone else! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Peewee | Small | None | 0 | I AM BEHIND YOU! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Pierce | Small | None | 0 | Nobody likes flabby wings. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Pinky | Small | None | 0 | LEAPING LOLLIPOPS! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Pippy | Small | None | 0 | HOPPING HOTCAKES! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Pompom | Small | None | 0 | This one goes out to all my fans! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Poncho | Small | None | 0 | C'mere! I wanna bench-press you! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Portia | Small | None | 0 | Of course my photo doesn't need | | | | | | retouching! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Puddles | Small | None | 0 | HIP HOP HO! Hey, let's go! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Pudge | Small | None | 0 | Keep it real. Yeah. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Punchy | Small | None | 0 | Turn the other cheek. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Purrl | Small | None | 0 | You don't mind if I use your bed to | | | | | | sharpen my claws, do you? | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Queenie | Small | None | 0 | No retouching necessary! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Rasher | Small | None | 0 | Stop looking at me with those hungry | | | | | | eyes! I'm not a pork chop! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Rhonda | Small | None | 0 | Don't look down your nose at people! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Ribbot | Small | None | 0 | Never rest, never rust. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Roald | Small | None | 0 | I'm not waddling! I'm working my | | | | | | glutes! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Robin | Small | None | 0 | Always keep your wings manicured so | | | | | | you can fly away! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Rocco | Small | None | 0 | You smell like patchouli! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Rod | Small | None | 0 | You're not done 'til your muscles are | | | | | | screaming in agony! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Rodeo | Small | None | 0 | Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz... | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Rolf | Small | None | 0 | I could eat you for lunch, you know. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Roscoe | Small | None | 0 | I've got my eye on you, bucko! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Rosie | Small | None | 0 | To the president of the Rosie Fan | | | | | | Club! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Rowan | Small | None | 0 | Why be junior varsity when you can be | | | | | | VARSITY?! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Ruby | Small | None | 0 | I'm not sick, I'm just albino! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Sally | Small | None | 0 | Just something to remember me by. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Samson | Small | None | 0 | This isn't a dress I'm wearing! It's | | | | | | a muscle tee! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Savannah | Small | None | 0 | Keep your chin up! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Simon | Small | None | 0 | It's kind of a stereotype, but I | | | | | | really do love bananas! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Snake | Small | None | 0 | Snake's number one! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Static | Small | None | 0 | Zap! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Stitches | Small | None | 0 | Sometimes the sum is greater than its | | | | | | parts! Get it? A huh huh huh! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Tabby | Small | None | 0 | This is my new headshot! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Tammi | Small | None | 0 | EEEEEEEEEEK! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Tangy | Small | None | 0 | They say cats hate citrus. THAT | | | | | | REALLY HURTS MY FEELINGS! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Tank | Small | None | 0 | Remember to keep your core muscles | | | | | | engaged! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Teddy | Small | None | 0 | You gotta play through the pain! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Tiffany | Small | None | 0 | What's up, bunbun? | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Tipper | Small | None | 0 | I know you'll treasure this forever. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Truffles | Small | None | 0 | JUMPING JELLY BEANS! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Twiggy | Small | None | 0 | Do you want my autograph, too? | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Vesta | Small | None | 0 | I'm so lucky to have this wool coat! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Victoria | Small | None | 0 | CATERWAULING CARROT CAKE! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Walker | Small | None | 0 | Perhaps you know me as my superhero | | | | | | alter ego, Fashion Lad. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Wart Jr. | Small | None | 0 | I've got my eye on you. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Whitney | Small | None | 0 | If you even THINK about crossing me, | | | | | | just think about these pearly whites! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Wolfgang | Small | None | 0 | I could eat you for breakfast, short | | | | | | stack! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Yuka | Small | None | 0 | It's nice that you have me as a | | | | | | friend. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | K. and K. | Small | None | 0 | Thanks! | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | K.K. Slider | Small | None | 0 | My music wants to be free, man. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Pascal | Small | None | 0 | The more you learn, man, the less you | | | | | | know. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Pelly | Small | None | 0 | Always remember the Boondoxians. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Phyllis | Small | None | 0 | Whenever you think about bugging me, | | | | | | just look at this photo instead. | |-------------+-------+-------+------+----------------------------------------| | Tom Nook | Small | None | 0 | I'll be there with Bells on! Ho ho! | O=============================================================================O For Katie/Kaitlin's Pic (K. and K.), you must get it from them. K.K. Slider, Pascal, and Tom Nook's pics are all involved in the trading sequence for the Golden Axe. For Pelly's Pic you must have 100,000,000 Bells in your Savings Account and for Phyllis' Pic you must get a balance of 500,000,000 Bells. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 24. "Secret" Items (K1400) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= There are some very rare items that don't appear in the catalog that I've dubbed "secret" items. These were available for download in several locations at DS Download Stations, such as at a local Toys 'R Us. Most of these items comprise the Mario Theme, along with its matching wallpaper and flooring, but there are two items that fall under the category of Other Furniture. Note that the probability of finding one of these items legitimately online is very low, as the vast majority of these items are hacked. Below are all of the "secret" items. For each item, I have included where it can be found, its price, what it sells for, its size, and its corresponding color and genre designations. The "secret" wallpaper and flooring are below the furniture list. O=============================================================================O | Item Name | Available | Buy | Sell | S | Colors | Genres | O========================o===========o=========o========o===o========o========O | Brick Block | Download | N/A | 256 | 1 | Brown | School | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |------------------------+-----------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | Cannon | Download | N/A | 256 | 1 | Black | School | | | | | | | Black | Lovely | |------------------------+-----------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | Coin | Download | N/A | 256 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | Yellow | Lovely | |------------------------+-----------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | Fire Bar | Download | N/A | 256 | 1 | Red | School | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |------------------------+-----------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | Fire Flower | Download | N/A | 256 | 1 | Clrful | School | | | | | | | White | Lovely | |------------------------+-----------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | Flagpole | Download | N/A | 256 | 1 | White | School | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | |------------------------+-----------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | Green Pipe | Download | N/A | 256 | 4 | Green | School | | | | | | | Green | Lovely | |------------------------+-----------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | Koopa Shell | Download | N/A | 256 | 1 | Green | School | | | | | | | Green | Lovely | |------------------------+-----------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | 1-Up Mushroom | Download | N/A | 256 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | Green | Lovely | |------------------------+-----------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | ? Block | Download | N/A | 256 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | Yellow | Lovely | |------------------------+-----------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | Starman | Download | N/A | 256 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | Yellow | Lovely | |------------------------+-----------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | Super Mushroom | Download | N/A | 256 | 1 | Yellow | School | | | | | | | Red | Lovely | |------------------------+-----------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | Blue Falcon | Download | N/A | 256 | 4 | Blue | Modern | | | | | | | Blue | Chic | |------------------------+-----------+---------+--------+---+--------+--------| | Pikmin | Download | N/A | 256 | 2 | Clrful | Modern | | | | | | | Brown | Lovely | O=============================================================================O Wallpaper --------- The Mushroom Mural (unofficialy referred to as the "Super Mario Wall") was available for download, does not have a price attached with it, sells to Tom Nook for 256 bells, and is part of the Mario Theme. Flooring -------- The Block Floor (unoficially referred to as the "Super Mario Floor") was available for download, does not have a price attached with it, sells to Tom Nook for 256 bells, and is part of the Mario Theme. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 15. Environmental Items (K1500) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= There are quite a few items in Wild World that do not appear in the catalog, but in the environment instead. These are items that you will encounter often and use very often. They fall under various headings as detailed below. I have listed all relevant information available for each heading. Tools ----- There are 18 tools available for you to use. They do not appear in the catalog. For each item, I have included where it may be found, its price, and its functions or capabilities. More on each item is found under "Tools at Your Disposal". O=============================================================================O | Item Name | Available | Buy | Sell | Functions/Capabilities | O===================o===============o=====o======o============================O | Shovel | Tom Nook | 500 | 125 | Dig up items. | |-------------------+---------------+-----+------+----------------------------| | Golden Shovel | Bury Shovel | N/A | 125 | Create money trees or dig. | |-------------------+---------------+-----+------+----------------------------| | Slingshot | Tom Nook | 500 | 125 | Shoot down objects. | |-------------------+---------------+-----+------+----------------------------| | Golden Slingshot | 16 Balloons | N/A | 125 | Shoot three projectiles. | |-------------------+---------------+-----+------+----------------------------| | Fishing Rod | Tortimer/Nook | 500 | 125 | Catch fish. | |-------------------+---------------+-----+------+----------------------------| | Golden Rod | Tortimer | N/A | 125 | Cuts "reel in" time by 5s. | |-------------------+---------------+-----+------+----------------------------| | Net | Tortimer/Nook | 500 | 125 | Catch bugs. | |-------------------+---------------+-----+------+----------------------------| | Golden Net | Tortimer | N/A | 125 | Twice as big as usual. | |-------------------+---------------+-----+------+----------------------------| | Watering Can | Tom Nook | 500 | 125 | Water whithering flowers. | |-------------------+---------------+-----+------+----------------------------| | Golden Can | Pelly/Phyllis | N/A | 125 | Create golden roses. | |-------------------+---------------+-----+------+----------------------------| | Axe (New) | Tom Nook | 400 | 100 | Chop down trees (breaks). | |-------------------+---------------+-----+------+----------------------------| | Axe (2 Chips) | 15-30 Chops | N/A | 100 | Gently used axe. | |-------------------+---------------+-----+------+----------------------------| | Axe (Notch & Chip | 65-110 Chops | N/A | 100 | Harshly used axe. | |-------------------+---------------+-----+------+----------------------------| | Golden Axe | Pascal | N/A | 125 | Will never break. | |-------------------+---------------+-----+------+----------------------------| | Timer | Tom Nook | 500 | 125 | Stop watch. | |-------------------+---------------+-----+------+----------------------------| | Party Popper | Tortimer | N/A | 30 | Use firework. | |-------------------+---------------+-----+------+----------------------------| | Sparkler | Tortimer | N/A | 30 | Use firework. | |-------------------+---------------+-----+------+----------------------------| | Roman Candle | Tortimer | N/A | 30 | Use firework. | O=============================================================================O Flowers ------- Flowers may be planted outside to beautify your town as well as help it reach perfect status. There are 44 such items. They do not appear in the catalog. With each item, I have where it is obtained and for what price, how much it sells for, and its color designation. O=============================================================================O | Item Name | Availability | Buy | Sell | Colors | O======================o===================o=========o=======o================O | Sun Cosmos Seeds | Tortimer/Tom Nook | None/80 | 20 | None/None | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Sun Cosmos | Planted | None | 40 | Yellow/Yellow | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | White Cosmos Seeds | Tortimer/Tom Nook | None/80 | 20 | None/None | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | White Cosmos | Planted | None | 40 | White/White | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Red Cosmos Seeds | Tortimer/Tom Nook | None/80 | 20 | None/None | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Red Cosmos | Planted | None | 40 | Red/Red | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Orange Cosmos | Hybrid | None | 80 | Orange/Orange | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Pink Cosmos | Hybrid | None | 80 | Pink/Pink | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Black Cosmos | Hybrid | None | 240 | Black/Black | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Yellow Pansies Seeds | Tortimer/Tom Nook | None/80 | 20 | None/None | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Yellow Pansies | Planted | None | 40 | Yellow/Yellow | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | White Pansies Seeds | Tortimer/Tom Nook | None/80 | 20 | None/None | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | White Pansies | Planted | None | 40 | White/White | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Red Pansies Seeds | Tortimer/Tom Nook | None/80 | 20 | None/None | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Red Pansies | Planted | None | 40 | Red/Red | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Orange Pansies | Hybrid | None | 80 | Yellow/Red | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Purple Pansies | Hybrid | None | 80 | Blue/Black | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Blue Pansies | Hybrid | None | 240 | Blue/Blue | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Yellow Tulips Seeds | Tortimer/Tom Nook | None/80 | 20 | None/None | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Yellow Tulips | Planted | None | 40 | Yellow/Yellow | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | White Tulips Seeds | Tortimer/Tom Nook | None/80 | 20 | None/None | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | White Tulips | Planted | None | 40 | White/White | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Red Tulips Seeds | Tortimer/Tom Nook | None/80 | 20 | None/None | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Red Tulips | Planted | None | 40 | Red/Red | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Pink Tulips | Hybrid | None | 80 | Pink/Pink | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Purple Tulips | Hybrid | None | 80 | Blue/Black | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Black Tulips | Hybrid | None | 240 | Black/Black | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Yellow Roses Seeds | Tortimer/Tom Nook | None/80 | 20 | None/None | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Yellow Roses | Planted | None | 40 | Yellow/Yellow | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | White Roses Seeds | Tortimer/Tom Nook | None/80 | 20 | None/None | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | White Roses | Planted | None | 40 | White/White | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Red Roses Seeds | Tortimer/Tom Nook | None/80 | 20 | None/None | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Red Roses | Planted | None | 40 | Red/Red | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Orange Roses | Hybrid | None | 80 | Orange/Orange | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Pink Roses | Hybrid | None | 80 | Pink/Pink | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Purple Roses | Hybrid | None | 240 | Blue/Black | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Black Roses | Hybrid | None | 450 | Black/Black | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Blue Roses | Hybrid | None | 2,500 | Blue/Blue | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Gold Roses | Hybrid | None | 2,500 | Yellow/Yellow | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Jacob's Ladder | Wild (Perfect) | None | 90 | White/White | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Dandelions | Wild | None | 40 | Yellow/Yellow | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Dandelion Puffs | Wild/Dandelions | None | 50 | ?/? | |----------------------+-------------------+---------+-------+----------------| | Four-Leaf Clover | Wild | None | 80 | Green/White | O=============================================================================O There is also one extra flower item that is not included in the above list. I am referring to the glitched Red Tulips. Some believe that a master hacker was able to distribute these via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. In fact, Nintendo of America (NOA) was responsible for the mistake. On January 26, 2006, NOA distributed the item over WFC as a result of an internal error. The Red Tulips were special in that they could be planted anywhere, including on concrete. When this happened, a "fertile spot" would be created, where any other item could be planted. If the Red Tulips were dropped in the character's house, they would create an invisible used spot. The spot would automatically become permanently unusable, forcing many players to restart their games. The Red Tulips, although potentially dangerous, were not harmful if planted in a normal, grassy location or if sold or thrown away. Miscellaneous Items ------------------- Items under the category include sea shells, fruit, acorns, turnips, garbage, saplings, and other paraphernalia. These 46 items do not appear in the catalog. For each item, I have listed where it can be found, for what price, and what it can be sold for. O=============================================================================O | Item Name | Availability | Buy | Sell | O=======================o====================o========o=======================O | Porceletta | Beach | None | 30 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Sand Dollar | Beach | None | 60 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Dall's Top | Beach | None | 90 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Venus Comb | Beach | None | 150 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Coral | Beach | None | 250 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Conch | Beach | None | 350 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | White Scallop | Beach | None | 450 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Scallop | Tortimer | None | 600 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Pearl Oyster | Beach | None | 1,200 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Apple | Trees/Mother | None | 100 (Lcl); 500 (Frgn) | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Cherry | Trees/Mother | None | 100 (Lcl); 500 (Frgn) | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Orange | Trees/Mother | None | 100 (Lcl); 500 (Frgn) | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Peach | Trees/Mother | None | 100 (Lcl); 500 (Frgn) | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Pear | Trees/Mother | None | 100 (Lcl); 500 (Frgn) | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Coconut | Beach | None | 500 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Rotten Acorn | Ground | None | 2 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Small Acorn | Ground | None | 50 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Acorn | Ground | None | 80 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Round Acorn | Ground | None | 100 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Large Acorn | Ground | None | 200 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Regular Sapling | Tom Nook | 60 | 15 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Cedar Sapling | Tom Nook | 60 | 15 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | White Turnips | Joan | 90-110 | 35-700 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Rotten Turnips | White Turnips | None | 0 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Red Turnip Seeds | Joan | 1,000 | 100 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Red Turnip (Smallest) | Planted | None | 2 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Red Turnip (Tiny) | Planted | None | 100 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Red Turnip (Small) | Planted | None | 500 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Red Turnip (Medium) | Planted | None | 2,000 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Red Turnip (Large) | Planted | None | 4,000 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Red Turnip (Huge) | Planted | None | 8,000 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Red Turnip (Largest) | Planted | None | 16,000 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Tin Can | Water (Fish) | None | 0 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Boot | Water (Fish) | None | 0 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Tire | Water (Fish) | None | 0 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Bell Bag | Currency | None | None | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Bell Coinage | Currency | None | None | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Medicine | Tom Nook | 400 | 100 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Note in Bottle | Tom Nook | 200 | 50 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Pitfall Seed | Ground | None | 0 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Fossil (Uniden.) | Ground | None | 0 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Present | Balloon/Letter | None | None | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Delivery Present | From Villager | None | None | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | UFO Part | Gulliver (Crash) | None | 0 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Delivery Wallpaper | Saharah (Delivery) | None | 0 | |-----------------------+--------------------+--------+-----------------------| | Delivery Carpet | Saharah (Delivery) | None | 0 | O=============================================================================O =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 16. Unused Items and Seeds (K1600) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= There are a few groups of items that are not mentioned under the main Master Item List. These include "unused" items as well as seeds. Credit for many of the "unused" items goes to 0___0. Unused Items ------------ The term "unused" refers to several items in Wild World that cannot be used by players. They are items that are just placed in the game and involve little interaction between the player and the environment. Unused items include the moving boxes that mark the house of a villager that has either come to town and is unpacking, or is moving out. Several of the items are part of displays in the buildings around town, while some are invisible. One of the most pervalent "unused" items is the seed bag, a bag of any type of flowers you plan to plant. Another example is that of the signs placed around your town. By far the largest group of unused items is the paper displays, which are shown when you receive a letter. Seeds ----- Seeds are possibly the most dangerous items in all of Wild World. Users of the Action Replay DS can use the device to obtain seeds, so they are not "hacked" as was once thought. Basically, seeds are items that, when dropped, create items that players would never regularly have in their inventory. These may include buildings, terrian features, and other items. Once a town has been seeded, it is very hard to remove the seed. All seeds appear as a furniture leaf in the player's inventory. Most of them are given by a blank box of text, although the names of some seeds vary. Two main types of seeds exist: building seeds and environmental seeds. Building seeds are by far the more dangerous of the two, because they create many problems in a town. They may be used to block your gate, preventing you from using DS to DS or Wi-Fi and thus blocking possible ways to remove or manage the seed. For more on seeds, visit Explopyro's very helpful Town Preservation and Sabotage Avoidance FAQ at the following URL: http://z10.invisionfree.com/ACWW_Legit/index.php?showtopic=577&st=0 _ __ __ _ | |========\ \===================================================/ /========| | | | L. \ \ Item Index / / (INDEX) | | |_|==========\/=================================================\/==========|_| In the Item Index, you'll find useful lists of items by features such as color designation, feng shui designation, genre designation, category designation, clothing genre designation, and clothing season designation. These lists may be used in combination with information found elsewhere in the FAQ for a variety of purposes. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 1. Items by Color Designation (L-100) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= All furniture items are given two colors. These colors include yellow, green, red, blue, pink, orange, colorful, gray, black, white, and brown. An item may be designated the same color twice. The colors yellow, green, and yellow have a certain bearing on Feng Shui, which is covered in the next section. There also exits a Color Bonus from the HRA. More information is found under "The Happy Room Academy". Villagers may ask for items from one of these color groups. Refer to the list below as well as the villager list to see which color a villager will prefer. Items followed by (2) have a double color designation. Credit goes to Liquefy for the basic format for this information. O=============================================================================O | Yellow Designation | O=================o===================o====================o==================O | Exotic Lamp | Sword | Treasure Chest | Common Painting | | Classic Sofa(2) | Bow | Sunflower | Flowery Painting | | Regal Lamp | Triforce(2) | Gold Stereo | Rare Painting | | Blue Bed | Tea Vase(2) | Hi-Fi Stereo | Coin(2) | | Blue Table | Lucky Cat | Phonograph | 1-Up Mushroom | | Snowman TV | Lefty Lucky Cat | Odd Clock(2) | ? Block(2) | | Lunar Lander | Lucky Gold Cat(2) | Glow Clock | Starman(2) | | Flying Saucer | Lemon Table | Alarm Clock(2) | Super Mushroom | | Steam Roller | Melon Chair | Gold Econo-Chair(2)| Mini Sproid(2) | | Striped Cone | Apple Clock | Screen(2) | Sproid(2) | | Cement Mixer(2) | Daffodil Chair | Pineapple Bed(2) | Mega Sproid(2) | | Oil Drum(2) | Daffodil Table | Clothes Closet(2) | Tall Sproid(2) | | Judge's Bell | Pyramid | Throne | Squelchoid | | Picnic Table(2) | Sphinx | Candle | Yellow Tulips(2) | | Sprinkler(2) | Mummy's Casket | Music Box | Yellow Pansies(2)| | Elephant Slide | Mountain Bike | Portrait | Orange Pansies | | Cash Register | Kayak(x2) | Fish Trophy(2) | Sun Cosmos(2) | | Jukebox | Jasmine Bonsai | Bug Trophy(2) | Yellow Roses(2) | | Mama Bear(2) | Tea Set | Flower Trophy(2) | Gold Roses(2) | | Samurai Suit | Diver Dan | Basic Yellow Bed | Dandelions(2) | O=============================================================================O | Green Designation | o==================o==================o===================o===================O | Ranch Couch | Lime Chair(2) | Dracaena | Green Pipe(2) | | Ranch Armchair | Pear Wardrobe | Lady Palm | Koopa Shell(2) | | Ranch Tea Table | Pear Dresser | Aloe | 1-Up Mushroom | | Green Bed | Watermelon Chair | Rubber Tree | Mini Clankoid(2) | | Green Dresser | Melon Chair | Snake Plant | Clankoid(2) | | Green Wardrobe(2)| Watermelon Table | Fan Palm | Mega Clankoid(2) | | Green Chair(2) | Lily-PadTable(2) | Corn Plant | Tall Clankoid(2) | | Green Bench(2) | Froggy Chair(2) | Bromeliaceae | Mini Puffoid(2) | | Green Table(2) | Tulip Chair | Weeping Fig | Mega Puffoid(2) | | Green Desk(2) | Tulip Table | Tea Set | Tall Puffoid(2) | | Green Lamp | Iris Chair | Retro Fridge(2) | Mini Plinkoid | | Green Counter(2) | Iris Table | Clothesline Pole | Dekkoid(2) | | Green Pantry(2) | Daffodil Chair | Treasure Chest | Mini Buzzoid | | Robo-Lamp | Daffodil Table | Sunflower | Buzzoid | | Desert Cactus(2) | Rock Guitar | Washer/Dryer(2) | Mega Buzzoid | | Green Drum(2) | Tennis Table(2) | Glow Clock | Tall Buzzoid | | Bird Bath(2) | Billiard Table | JadeEcono-Chair(2)| Mini Strumboid | | Train Set(2) | Mahjong Table | Big Festive Tree | Strumboid | | Ship Cannon | Sleeping Bag(2) | Festive Tree | Mega Strumboid | | Hospital Bed | Ponderosa Bonsai | Fan(2) | Tall Strumboid | | Baby Panda | Pine Bonsai | Table Lamp | Croakoid(2) | | Tall Cactus | Mugho Bonsai | One-Story Model | Mega Squelchoid(2)| | Cactus | Holly Bonsai | Two-Story Model | Squelchoid | | Round Cactus | Azalea Bonsai | Mansion Model | Squat Nebuloid | | Green Golf Bag(2)| Hawthorn Bonsai | Nook's Cranny | Tall Nebuloid | | Green LavaLamp(2)| Pothos | Nookway | Mega Sputnoid | | Deer Scare(2) | Coconut Palm | Museum Model | Mega Quazoid(2) | | Grapefruit Table | Pachira | Basic Green Bed | Four-Leaf Clover | | Lemon Table | Caladium | | | O=============================================================================O | Red Designation | O===================o==================o==================o===================O | Mushroom Bed(2) | Dharma(2) | Bromeliaceae | Basic Red Bed | | Mushroom Table | Mini Dharma(2) | Stove | Fire Bar | | Mushroom Stand | White Golf Bag | Doghouse | Nice Painting | | Mushroom TV | Red Armchair(2) | Life Ring | Mini Drilloid(2) | | Rocket | Red Sofa(2) | Snowboard(2) | Drilloid(2) | | Detour Arrow(2) | Red Vase | Sleigh | Mega Drilloid(2) | | Handcart(2) | Watermelon Chair | Daffodil | Mini Fizzoid(2) | | Iron Frame(2) | Watermelon Table | Gerbera | Mega Fizzoid(2) | | Orange Cone(2) | Apple TV(2) | Red Boom Box(2) | Mini Squelchoid(2)| | Traffic Cone(2) | Apple Clock | Red Clock | Howloid(2) | | Saw Horse | Tulip Chair | Gas Pump(2) | Mega Howloid(2) | | Jackhammer | Tulip Table | Extinguisher(2) | Harmonoid | | Red Drum(2) | Metal Guitar(2) | Fire Hydrant(2) | Mega Harmonoid | | Haz-Mat Barrel(2) | Metronome(2) | Candy Machine | Mini Timpanoid(2) | | Red Corner | Trash Bin | Vacuum Cleaner | Timpanoid(2) | | Sandbag(2) | Stool(2) | Executive Toy | Mega Timpanoid(2) | | Garden Gnome | Pagoda | Miniature Car(2) | Tall Timpanoid(2) | | Lawn Mower(2) | Lantern | Throne | Red Tulips(2) | | Barbecue(2) | Campfire | Music Box | Red Pansies(2) | | Tiki Torch | Bonfire | One-Story Model | Orange Pansies | | Dolly(2) | Maple Bonsai | Two-Story Model | Red Cosmos(2) | | Clear Model | Quince Bonsai | Mansion Model | Red Roses(2) | | Giant Dharma(2) | | O=============================================================================O | Blue Designation | O==================o===================o===================o==================O | Blue Bed | Lawn Chair | Quince Bonsai | Tall Croakoid | | Blue Bureau(2) | Backyard Pool(2) | Clothesline Pole | Mini Howloid | | Blue Wardrobe(2) | Elephant Slide | Surfboard(2) | Mini Nebuloid(2) | | Blue Chair(2) | Stroller | Beach Table | Nebuloid | | Blue Bench(2) | Clear Model | Gerbera | Mega Nebuloid | | Blue Table | Globe | Men's Toilet(2) | Slim Nebuloid | | Blue Bookcase(2) | Blue Golf Bag | Blue Box(2) | Mini Harmonoid | | Blue Cabinet(2) | Blue Lava Lamp(2) | CD Player | Tall Harmonoid | | Blue Clock(2) | Master Sword | Nintendo Bench(2) | Tall Droploid | | Blue Dresser(2) | Arwing | Jack-in-the-Box | Mini Freakoid | | Robo-Bed | Metroid | Nook 'n Go | Mega Freakoid | | Robo-Sofa | Blue Vase(2) | Basic Blue Bed | Tall Quazoid(2) | | Robo-Stereo | Trash Can | Basic Painting | Purple Tulips | | Boxing Barricade | Garbage Pail(2) | Blue Falcon(2) | Purple Pansies | | Blue Corner | Backpack | Mega Plinkoid(2) | Blue Pansies(2) | | Boxing Mat(2) | Cooler | Mega Echoid | Purple Roses | | Speed Bag | Pine Bonsai | Tall Echoid | Blue Roses(2) | | Bug Zapper(2) | Azalea Bonsai | | | O=============================================================================O | Pink Designation | O====================o====================o=================o=================O | Lovely Bed(2) | Lovely Lamp(2) | Pink Box(2) | Mini Gargloid | | Lovely Dresser(2) | Mr Flamingo(2) | Piggy Bank(2) | Mini Warbloid(2)| | Lovely Armoire(2) | Mrs Flamingo(2) | Lovely Phone(2) | Warbloid(2) | | Lovely Chair(2) | Cradle(2) | Mini Tootoid(2) | Tall Warbloid(2)| | Lovely Loveseat(2) | Wobbelina(2) | Tootoid(2) | Quazoid(2) | | Lovely End Table | Papa Panda | Mega Tootoid(2) | Pink Tulips(2) | | Lovely Table | Purple Lava Lamp(2)| Plinkoid | Pink Cosmos(2) | | Lovely Vanity(2) | Plum Bonsai | Mini Dekkoid(2) | Pink Roses(2) | | Lovely Kitchen(2) | Super Toilet(2) | | | O=============================================================================O | Orange Designation | O====================o====================o=================o=================O | Green Bed | Grapefruit Table | Lovely Painting | Mini Quazoid(2) | | Green Dresser | Orange Chair(2) | Mega Dekkoid(2) | Amber | | Green Lamp | Harp | Mini Echoid(2) | Orange Cosmos(2)| | Wet Roadway Sign(2)| Deluxe Washer(2) | Mini Croakoid(2)| Orange Roses(2) | | Baby Bear(2) | Ruby Econo-Chair(2)| | | O=============================================================================O | Colorful Designaton | O===================o===================o==================o==================O | Cabin Bed | Kiddie Stereo(2) | Mummy's Casket | Birthday Cake | | Cabin Table | Garden Gnome | Ball Return | Jack-in-the-Box | | Cabin Low Table | Baby Bed | Pinball Machine | Festive Flag(2) | | Cabin Bookcase | Clackercart | Arcade Machine | Festive Candle(2)| | Kiddie Bed(2) | Merry-Go-Round | Matryoshka(2) | Fine Painting | | Kiddie Dresser(2) | Medicine Chest | Diver Dan | Calm Painting | | Kiddie Wardrobe(2)| Florence Flask | Kitschy Clock(2) | Opulent Painting | | Kiddie Couch(2) | AnatomicalModel(2)| Barber's Pole(2) | Fire Flower | | Kiddie Chair(2) | Jukebox | Candy Machine | Pikmin | | Kiddie Table(2) | Bear Pole | Big Festive Tree | Squat Nebuloid | | Kiddie Bureau(2) | Eagle Pole | Festive Tree | Nebuloid | | Kiddie Bookcase(2)| Frog Woman Pole | Water Bird(2) | Tall Nebuloid | | Kiddie Clock(2) | Raven Pole | | | O=============================================================================O | Gray Designation | O==================o====================o===================o=================O | Exotic Bed | Scale(2) | Wave Breaker(2) | Mega Bovoid(2) | | Robo-Bed | Office Desk(2) | Potbelly Stove(2) | Tall Bovoid(2) | | Robo-Dresser(2) | Office Chair(2) | Space Heater(2) | Oboid | | Robo-Closet(2) | Office Locker(2) | CD Player | Mega Oboid | | Robo-Sofa | Bow | Reel-to-Reel(2) | Tall Oboid | | Robo-Chair(2) | Tall Lantern(2) | High-End Stereo | Mini Dinkoid(2) | | Robo-Table(2) | Master Sword | Tape Deck(2) | Mega Dinkoid(2) | | Robo-Stereo | Arwing | Outdoor Bath(2) | Mini Harmonoid | | Robo-TV(2) | Metroid | Bottled Ship | Harmonoid | | Robo-Clock | Timpano Drum | Executive Toy | Mega Harmonoid | | Robo-Lamp | Trash Can | Sewing Machine | Tall Harmonoid | | Cow Skull | Garbage Can(2) | Scary Painting | Tall Droploid | | Tumbleweed(2) | Pantheon Post(2) | Mini Lullaboid(2) | Mini Sputnoid | | Asteroid | Ionian Post(2) | Lullaboid(2) | Sputnoid(2) | | Moon(2) | Corinthian Post(2) | Mega Lullaboid(2) | Mega Sputnoid(2)| | Lunar Lander | Broken Post(2) | Tall Lullaboid(2) | Tall Sputnoid(2)| | Lunar Rover(2) | Spaceman(2) | Mini Plinkoid | Mini Gargloid(2)| | Satellite(2) | Basketball Hoop | Plinkoid | Gargloid | | Space Station(2) | Moai Statue(2) | Mega Echoid | Tall Gargloid(2)| | Flying Saucer | Arc de Triomphe(2) | Tall Echoid | Mini Freakoid | | Manhole Cover(2) | Pagoda | Mega Croakoid(2) | Mega Freakoid | | Jackhammer | Plate Armor(2) | Tall Croakoid | Slim Quazoid(2) | | Boxing Barricade | Mermaid Statue(2) | Mini Howloid | Ammonite | | Speed Bag | Mouth of Truth(2) | Mini Nebuloid | Dino Droppings | | Lab Bench(2) | Manekin Pis(2) | Slim Nebuloid | Dinosaur Egg | | Lab Chair(2) | Tower of Pisa(2) | Mini Poltergoid | Fern Fossil | | Medicine Chest | Compass(2) | Poltergoid | Dinosaur Track | | Florence Flask | Mountain Bike | Mega Poltergoid | Peking Man | | Complex Machine | Propane Stove(2) | Tall Poltergoid | Shark Tooth | | Ship Compass | TV with a VCR | Mini Metatoid(2) | Trilobite | | Mop | Retro TV | Metatoid(2) | | O=============================================================================O | Black Designation | O===================o====================o==================o=================O | Modern Bed | Anchor | Mugho Bonsai | Strange Painting| | Modern Dresser | Black Pawn(2) | TV with a VCR | Worthy Painting | | Modern Wardrobe | Black Bishop(2) | Wide-Screen TV | Cannon(2) | | Modern Chair | Black King(2) | Deluxe Range | Mini Bowtoid(2) | | Modern Sofa | Black Knight(2) | Mixer | Bowtoid(2) | | Modern End Table | Black Queen(2) | Safe(2) | Mega Bowtoid(2) | | Modern Desk | Black Rook(2) | Gold Stereo | Tall Bowtoid(2) | | Modern Table | Mama Panda | Hi-Fi Stereo | Oboid | | Modern Cabinet | Samurai Suit | Retro Stereo(2) | Mega Oboid | | Modern Lamp | Black Katana(2) | High-End Stereo | Tall Oboid | | Robo-Clock | Sword | Storage Case | Purple Tulips | | Steam Roller | Lucky Black Cat(2) | Telescope | Black Tulips(2) | | Striped Cone | Ebony Piano(2) | Desk Light(2) | Purple Pansies | | Weight Bench(2) | Vibraphone | Dainty Painting | Black Cosmos(2) | | Amazing Machine(2)| Dart Board(2) | Solemn Painting | Purple Roses | | Unknown Machine(2)| Pinball Machine | Amazing Painting | Black Roses(2) | | Complex Machine | Tabletop Game(2) | Warm Painting | | O=============================================================================O | White Designation | O===================o===================o=================o===================O | Exotic Chair | Snowman TV | White Golf Bag | Snowman(2) | | Exotic Lamp | Snowman Clock(2) | White Katana(2) | Daffodil | | Ranch Bed | Snowman Lamp(2) | Red Vase | Toilet(2) | | Classic Bed | Mushroom Chair(2) | Lucky Cat | AutomaticWasher(2)| | Classic Table | Mushroom Table | Lefty Lucky Cat | Radiator(2) | | Regal Bed(2) | Mushroom End Table| Pear Wardrobe | Dice Stereo(2) | | Regal Dresser(2) | Mushroom Lamp(2) | Pear Dresser | White Boombox(2) | | Regal Armoire(2) | Mushroom TV | Pine Chair(2) | Red Clock | | Regal Chair(2) | Cow Skull | Pine Table(2) | Cube Clock(2) | | Regal Sofa(2) | Covered Wagon | Iris Chair | Raccoon Figurine | | Regal Table(2) | Rocket | Iris Table | Scarecrow | | Regal Lamp | Space Shuttle(2) | Conga Drum | Computer | | Regal Clock(2) | Spaceman Sam(2) | Djimbe Drum | Cream Sofa(2) | | Regal Bookcase(2) | Saw Horse | Timpano Drum | Storage Case | | Regal Vanity(2) | Red Corner | Rock Guitar | Claw-Foot Tub(2) | | Cabana Bed | Blue Corner | Ivory Piano(2) | Shower(2) | | Cabana Armchair | Neutral Corner(2) | Trash Bin | Box of Tissues(2) | | Cabin Armchair | Hammock | Bowling Pins(2) | Vacuum Cleaner | | Cabin Couch | Bird Feeder(2) | Basketball Hoop | Telescope | | Modern Bed | Lawn Chair | Ball Return | Birthday Cake | | Modern Dresser | Stroller | Arcade Machine | Table Lamp | | Modern Wardrobe | Baby Bed | Merlion(2) | Candle | | Modern Chair | White Pawn(2) | Cooler | Mini-Lamp(2) | | Modern Sofa | White Bishop(2) | Lantern | Nook 'n Go | | Modern End Table | White King(2) | Holly Bonsai | Nookway | | Modern Desk | White Knight(2) | Croton | Nookington's | | Modern Table | White Queen(2) | Kitchen Sink(2) | Museum Model | | Modern Cabinet | White Rook(2) | KitchenCorner(2)| Quaint Painting | | Modern Lamp | Hamster Cage | Deluxe Range | Perfect Painting | | Lovely End Table | Skeleton(2) | Range | Moving Painting | | Lovely Table | Vision Tester(2) | Stove | Fire Flower | | Snowman Bed(2) | Hospital Bed | Refrigerator(2) | Flagpole | | Snowman Dresser(2)| Coffee Maker(2) | Microwave(2) | White Tulips(2) | | SnowmanWardrobe(2)| Siphon | Toaster(2) | White Pansies(2) | | Snowman Chair(2) | Papa Panda | Mixer | White Cosmos(2) | | Snowman Sofa(2) | Mama Panda | Beach Chair(2) | White Roses(2) | | Snowman Table(2) | Baby Panda | Beach Table | Jacob's Ladder(2) | | Snowman Fridge(2) | Blue Golf Bag | Life Ring | Four-Leaf Clover | O=============================================================================O | Brown Designation | O====================o===================o==================o=================O | Exotic Bed | Well(2) | Ponderosa Bonsai | Moving Painting | | Exotic Bureau(2) | Wagon Wheel(2) | Jasmine Bonsai | Common Painting | | Exotic Wardrobe(2) | Asteroid | Maple Bonsai | Flowery Painting| | Exotic Bench(2) | Brown Drum(2) | Hawthorn Bonsai | Warm Painting | | Exotic Armchair | Judge's Bell | Plum Bonsai | Rare Painting | | Exotic Table(2) | Ringside Table(2) | Pothos | Fine Painting | | Exotic End Table(2)| Birdhouse(2) | Coconut Palm | Scary Painting | | Exotic Screen(2) | Hammock | Pachira | Lovely Painting | | Exotic Chest(2) | Tiki Torch | Caladium | Strange Painting| | Ranch Bed | Clackercart | Croton | Worthy Painting | | Ranch Dresser(2) | Rocking Horse(2) | Dracaena | Calm Painting | | Ranch Wardrobe(2) | Helm(2) | Lady Palm | Opulent Painting| | Ranch Couch | Barrel(2) | Aloe | Brick Block(2) | | Ranch Armchair | Keg(2) | Rubber Tree | Fire Bar | | Ranch Chair(x2) | Ship Cannon | Snake Plant | Flagpole | | Ranch Table(x2) | Anchor | Fan Palm | Pikmin | | Ranch Tea Table | Ship Compass | Corn Plant | Wee Dingloid(2) | | Ranch Bookcase(2) | Hamster Cage | Weeping Fig | MiniDingloid(2) | | Ranch Hutch(2) | Mop | Wide-Screen TV | Dingloid(2) | | Classic Bed | Trunk Measure(2) | Retro TV | MegaDingloid(2) | | Classic Vanity(2) | Stadiometer(2) | Range | SquatDingloid(2)| | Classic Wardrobe(2)| Writing Desk(2) | Sink(2) | TallDingloid(2) | | Classic Chair(2) | Writing Chair(2) | Doghouse | MegaPercoloid(2)| | Classic Table | Globe | Sleigh | TallPercoloid(2)| | Classic Bookcase(2)| CheckoutCounter(2)| Beige Box(2) | MiniOombloid(2) | | Classic Buffet(2) | Cash Register | Fireplace(2) | Oombloid(2) | | Classic Desk(2) | Siphon | Turntable(2) | MegaOombloid(2) | | Classic Clock(2) | Papa Bear(x2) | Phonograph | TallOombloid(2) | | Cabana Bed | Tall Cactus | Antique Clock(2) | MiniRhythmoid(2)| | Cabana Dresser(2) | Cactus | Owl Clock(2) | Rhythmoid(2) | | Cabana Wardrobe(2) | Round Cactus | Rocking Chair(2) | Mini Buzzoid | | Cabana Chair(2) | Bear Pole | Raccoon Figurine | Buzzoid | | Cabana Armchair | Eagle Pole | Scarecrow | Mega Buzzoid | | Cabana Table(2) | Frog Woman Pole | Birdcage(2) | Tall Buzzoid | | Cabana Lamp(2) | Raven Pole | Chocolates(2) | MiniLamentoid(2)| | Cabana Bookcase(2) | Ninja Sword(2) | Computer | Lamentoid(2) | | Cabana Vanity(2) | Tea Table(2) | GlassTopTable(2) | MegaLamentoid(2)| | Cabana Screen(2) | Hearth(2) | Massage Chair(2) | TallLamentoid(2)| | Cabin Bed | Conga Drum | Bottled Ship | Mini Strumboid | | Cabin Dresser(2) | Djimbe Drum | Mochi Pestle(2) | Strumboid | | Cabin Wardrobe(2) | Bass(2) | Sewing Machine | Mega Strumboid | | Cabin Chair(2) | Cello(2) | Cardboard Box(2) | Tall Strumboid | | Cabin Armchair | Violin(2) | Wooden Box(2) | Mini Gongoid(2) | | Cabin Couch | Folk Guitar(2) | Portrait | Gongoid(2) | | Cabin Table | Country Guitar(2) | Nook's Cranny | Mega Gongoid(2) | | Cabin Low Table | Ukulele(2) | Town HallModel(2)| Tall Gongoid(2) | | Cabin Bookcase | Japanese Drum(2) | Basic Red Bed | Mini Poltergoid | | Cabin Clock(2) | Vibraphone | Basic Blue Bed | Poltergoid | | Mushroom Dresser(2)| Biwa Lute(2) | Basic Yellow Bed | Mega Poltergoid | | Mushroom Closet(2) | Harp | Basic Green Bed | Tall Poltergoid | | Mushroom Stool(2) | Pyramid | Dainty Painting | Mini Alloid(2) | | Mushroom End Table | Sphinx | Solemn Painting | Mega Alloid(2) | | Mushroom Stand | Billiard Table | Quaint Painting | Tall Alloid(2) | | Western Fence(2) | Mahjong Table | Basic Painting | Mini Rustoid(2) | | Saddle Fence(2) | Tribal Mask(2) | FamousPaintng(2) | Rustoid(2) | | Storefront(2) | Backpack | Perfect Painting | Mega Rustoid(2) | | Covered Wagon | Campfire | Amazing Painting | All 52 Fossils | | Watering Trough(2) | Bonfire | Nice Painting | | o=============================================================================O =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 2. Items by Feng Shui Designation (L-200) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Here are the Feng Shui designations for almost every item in the game. I have not included the "Secret Items" and a few other ones. The number after each item is the item's size, or the number of usable item squares it will take up. This is useful in calculating the feng shui points you'll get from the item and from that determining your overall feng shui score and gauging its effects on your daily life. O=============================================================================O | Yellow Designation | O=========================oo========================oo========================O | Exotic Lamp.......... 1 || Regal Lamp.......... 1 || Blue Bed............ 2 | | Blue Table........... 2 || Snowman TV.......... 2 || Lunar Lander........ 4 | | Flying Saucer........ 4 || Steam Roller........ 2 || Striped Cone........ 1 | | Judge's Bell......... 1 || Elephant Slide...... 2 || Cash Register....... 1 | | Jukebox.............. 1 || Samurai Suit........ 2 || Sword............... 1 | | Bow.................. 1 || Lucky Cat........... 1 || Lefty Lucky Cat..... 1 | | Lemon Table.......... 1 || Melon Chair......... 1 || Apple Clock......... 1 | | Daffodil Chair....... 1 || Daffodil Table...... 1 || Pyramid............. 4 | | Sphinx............... 2 || Mummy's Casket...... 1 || Mountain Bike....... 2 | | Jasmine Bonsai....... 1 || Tea Set............. 1 || Diver Dan........... 1 | | Treasure Chest....... 1 || Sunflower........... 1 || Gold Stero.......... 2 | | Hi-Fi Stereo......... 2 || Phonograph.......... 1 || Glow Clock.......... 1 | | Throne............... 1 || Candle.............. 1 || Music Box........... 1 | | Portrait............. 1 || Basic Yellow Bed.... 2 || Common Painting..... 1 | | Flowery Painting..... 1 || Rare Painting....... 1 || 1-Up Mushroom....... 1 | | Super Mushroom....... 1 || Squelchoid.......... 1 || Orange Pansies...... 1 | O=========================oo========================oo========================O | Yellow/Yellow Designation | O=========================oo========================oo========================O | Classic Sofa......... 2 || Cement Mixer........ 1 || Oil Drum............ 1 | | Picnic Table......... 4 || Sprinkler........... 1 || Mama Bear........... 1 | | Triforce............. 1 || Tea Vase............ 1 || Lucky Gold Cat...... 1 | | Kayak................ 2 || Odd Clock........... 1 || Alarm Clock......... 1 | | Gold Econo-Chair..... 1 || Screen.............. 2 || Pienapple Bed....... 2 | | Clothes Closet....... 1 || Fish Trophy......... 1 || Bug Trophy.......... 1 | | Flower Trophy........ 1 || Coin................ 1 || ? Block............. 1 | | Starman.............. 1 || Mini Sproid......... 1 || Sproid.............. 1 | | Mega Sproid.......... 1 || Yellow Tulips....... 1 || Yellow Pansies...... 1 | | Sun Cosmos........... 1 || Yellow Roses........ 1 || Gold Roses.......... 1 | | Dandelions........... 1 || || | O=========================oo========================oo========================O | Red Designation | O=========================oo========================oo========================O | Mushroom Table....... 4 || Mushroom Stand...... 2 || Mushroom TV......... 2 | | Rocket............... 2 || Saw Horse........... 1 || Jackhammer.......... 1 | | Red Corner........... 4 || Garden Gnome........ 1 || Tiki Torch.......... 1 | | Clear Model.......... 1 || White Golf Bag...... 1 || Red Vase............ 1 | | Watermelon Chair..... 1 || Watermelon Table.... 4 || Apple Clock......... 1 | | Tulip Chair.......... 1 || Tulip Table......... 1 || Trash Bin........... 1 | | Pagoda............... 1 || Lantern............. 1 || Campfire............ 1 | | Bonfire.............. 4 || Maple Bonsai........ 1 || Quince Bonsai....... 1 | | Bromeliaceae......... 1 || Stove............... 1 || Doghouse............ 1 | | Life Ring............ 1 || Sleigh.............. 1 || Daffodil............ 1 | | Gerbera.............. 1 || Red Clock........... 1 || Candy Machine....... 1 | | Vacuum Cleaner....... 1 || Executive Toy....... 1 || Throne.............. 1 | | Music Box............ 1 || One-Storey Model.... 1 || Two-Storey Model.... 1 | | Masnsion Model....... 1 || Basic Red Bed....... 2 || Fire Bar............ 1 | | Nice Painting........ 1 || Harmonoid........... 1 || Mega Harmonoid...... 1 | | Orange Pansies....... 1 || || | O=========================oo========================oo========================O | Red/Red Designation | O=========================oo========================oo========================O | Mushroom Bed......... 2 || Detour Arrow........ 1 || Handcart............ 1 | | Iron Frame........... 2 || Orange Cone......... 1 || Traffic Cone........ 1 | | Red Drum............. 1 || Haz-Mat Barrel...... 1 || Sandbag............. 1 | | Lawn Mower........... 1 || Barbecue............ 1 || Dolly............... 1 | | Giant Dharma......... 1 || Dharma.............. 1 || Mini Dharma......... 1 | | Red Armchair......... 1 || Red Sofa............ 2 || Metal Guitar........ 1 | | Metronome............ 1 || Stool............... 1 || Snowboard........... 1 | | Red Boom Box......... 1 || Gas Pump............ 1 || Extinguisher........ 1 | | Fire Hydrant......... 1 || Miniature Car....... 1 || Mini Drilloid....... 1 | | Drilloid............. 1 || Mega Drilloid....... 1 || Mini Fizzoid........ 1 | | Mega Fizzoid......... 1 || Mini Squelchoid..... 1 || Howloid............. 1 | | Mega Howloid......... 1 || Mini Timpanoid...... 1 || Timpanoid........... 1 | | Mega Timpanoid....... 1 || Tall Timpanoid...... 1 || Red Tulips.......... 1 | | Red Pansies.......... 1 || Red Cosmos.......... 1 || Red Roses........... 1 | O=========================oo========================oo========================O | Green Designation | O=========================oo========================oo========================O | Ranch Couch.......... 2 || Ranch Armchair...... 1 || Ranch Tea Table..... 2 | | Green Bed............ 2 || Green Dresser....... 2 || Green Lamp.......... 1 | | Robo-Lamp............ 1 || Ship Cannon......... 4 || Hospital Bed........ 2 | | Baby Panda........... 1 || Tall Cactus......... 1 || Cactus.............. 1 | | Round Cactus......... 1 || Grapefruit Table.... 1 || Lemon Table......... 1 | | Pear Wardrobe........ 1 || Pear Dresser........ 1 || Watermelon Chair.... 1 | | Melon Chair.......... 1 || Watermelon Table.... 4 || Tulip Chair......... 1 | | Tulip Table.......... 1 || Iris Chair.......... 1 || Iris Table.......... 1 | | Daffodil Chair....... 1 || Daffodil Table...... 1 || Rock Guitar......... 1 | | Billiard Table....... 2 || Mahjong Table....... 1 || Ponderosa Bonsai.... 1 | | Pine Bonsai.......... 1 || Mugho Bonsai........ 1 || Holly Bonsai........ 1 | | Aazalea Bonsai....... 1 || Hawthorn Bonsai..... 1 || Pothos.............. 1 | | Coconut Palm......... 1 || Pachira............. 1 || Caladium............ 1 | | Dracaena............. 1 || Lady Palm........... 1 || Aloe................ 1 | | Rubber Tree.......... 1 || Snake Plant......... 1 || Fan Palm............ 1 | | Corn Plant........... 1 || Bromeliaceae........ 1 || Weeping Fig......... 1 | | Tea Set.............. 1 || Clothesline Pole.... 2 || Treasure Chest...... 1 | | Sunflower............ 1 || Glow Clock.......... 1 || Big Festive Tree.... 4 | | Festive Tree......... 1 || Table Lamp.......... 1 || One-Storey Model.... 1 | | Two-Storey Model..... 1 || Mansion Model....... 1 || Nook's Cranny....... 1 | | Nookway.............. 1 || Museum Model........ 2 || Basic Green Bed..... 2 | | 1-Up Mushroom........ 1 || Mini Plinkoid....... 1 || Mini Buzzoid........ 1 | | Buzzoid.............. 1 || Mega Buzzoid........ 1 || Tall Buzzoid........ 1 | | Mini Strumboid....... 1 || Strumboid........... 1 || Mega Strumboid...... 1 | | Tall Strumboid....... 1 || Squelchoid.......... 1 || Squat Nebuloid...... 1 | | Tall Nebuloid........ 1 || Mega Sputnoid....... 1 || Four-Leaf Clover.... 1 | O=========================oo========================oo========================O | Green/Green Designation | O=========================oo========================oo========================O | Green Wardrobe....... 1 || Green Chair......... 1 || Green Bench......... 2 | | Green Table.......... 4 || Green Desk.......... 1 || Green Counter....... 2 | | Green Pantry......... 2 || Desert Cactus....... 1 || Green Drum.......... 1 | | Bird Bath............ 1 || Train Set........... 4 || Green Golf Bag...... 1 | | Deer Scare........... 1 || Lime Chair.......... 1 || Lily-Pad Table...... 1 | | Froggy Chair......... 1 || Tennis Table........ 2 || Sleeping Bag........ 2 | | Retro Fridge......... 1 || Washer/Dryer........ 1 || Jade Econo-Chair.... 1 | | Fan.................. 1 || Green Pipe.......... 4 || Koopa Shell......... 1 | | Mini Clankoid........ 1 || Clankoid............ 1 || Mega Clankoid....... 1 | | Tall Clankoid........ 1 || Mini Puffoid........ 1 || Mega Puffoid........ 1 | | Tall Puffoid......... 1 || Dekkoid............. 1 || Croakoid............ 1 | | Mega Squelchoid...... 1 || Mega Quazoid........ 1 || | O=========================oo========================oo========================O | Yellow/Red Designation | O=========================oo========================oo========================O | Apple Clock.......... 1 || Throne.............. 1 || Music Box........... 1 | | Super Mushroom....... 1 || Orange Pansies...... 1 || | O=========================oo========================oo========================O | Green/Red Designation | O=========================oo========================oo========================O | Watermelon Chair..... 1 || Watermelon Table.... 4 || Tulip Chair......... 1 | | Tulip Table.......... 1 || Bromeliaceae........ 1 || One-Storey Model.... 1 | | Two-Storey Model..... 1 || Mansion Model....... 1 || | O=========================oo========================oo========================O | Yellow/Green Designation | O=========================oo========================oo========================O | Lemon Table.......... 1 || Melon Chair......... 1 || Daffodil Chair...... 1 | | Daffodil Table....... 1 || Tea Set............. 1 || Treasure Chest...... 1 | | Sunflower............ 1 || Glow Clock.......... 1 || Squelchoid.......... 1 | | 1-Up Mushroom........ 1 || || | O=========================oo========================oo========================O | Lucky Designation | O=========================oo========================oo========================O | Garden Gnome......... 1 || Lefty Lucky Cat..... 1 || Washer/Dryer........ 1 | | Jack-in-the-Box...... 1 || Samurai Suit........ 1 || Lucky Black Cat..... 1 | | Raccoon Figurine..... 1 || Music Box........... 1 || Master Sword........ 1 | | Ivory Piano.......... 4 || Big Festive Tree.... 4 || Portrait............ 1 | | Arwing............... 4 || Dracaena............ 1 || Festive Tree........ 1 | | Pikmin............... 2 || Triforce............ 1 || Treasure Chest...... 1 | | Lovely Phone......... 1 || Scarab Beetle....... 1 || Lucky Cat........... 1 | | Piggy Bank........... 1 || Birthday Cake....... 1 || Four-Leaf Clover.... 1 | O=============================================================================O =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 3. Items by Genre Designation (L-300) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= All furniture items are given one or two genres in addition to colors. The genres include Modern, Old School, Lovely, and Chic. A villager may ask you for an item from one of these genres. You can also receive something called a Genre Bonus from the HRA, which is covered in an earlier section. Thanks to Liquefy for the basic format for this information. O=============================================================================O | Modern Designation | O=============================================================================O | Blue Series Golf Set Kitchen Corner Ruby Econo-Chair | | Green Series Red Furniture Set Deluxe Range Gold Econo-Chair | | Modern Series Lava Lamp Set Range Extinguisher | | Kiddie Series Arwing Stove Fire Hydrant | | Lovely Series Metroid Tea Set Candy Machine | | Robo Series Citrus Set Refrigerator Big Festive Tree | | Space Theme Pear Set Microwave Festive Tree | | Detour Arrow Watermelon Set Mixer Chocolates | | Iron Frame Apple Set Clothesline Pole Computer | | Orange Cone Froggy Set Doghouse Pineapple Bed | | Traffic Cone Tulip Set Beach Chair Cream Sofa | | Saw Horse Iris Set Surfboard Storage Case | | Wet Roadway Sign Daffodil Set Diver Dan Clothes Closet | | Steam Roller Rock Guitar Beach Table Box of Tissues | | Jackhammer Metal Guitar Life Ring Vacuum Cleaner | | Striped Cone Vibraphone Snowboard Water Bird | | Cement Mixer Garbage Pail Sunflower Executive Toy | | Boxing Theme Garbage Can Daffodil Telescope | | Bug Zapper Trash Bin Toilet Lovely Phone | | Lawn Mower Tennis Table Super Toilet Miniature Car | | Barbecue Bowling Pins Men's Toilet Fan | | Backyard Pool Basketball Hoop Pink Box Birthday Cake | | Sprinkler Ball Return Blue Box Jack-in-the-Box | | Elephant Slide Billiard Table Beige Box Table Lamp | | Stroller Mahjong Table Deluxe Washer Portrait | | Cradle Dart Board Automatic Washer One-Story Model | | Baby Bed Pinball Machine Washer/Dryer Two-Story Model | | Merry-Go-Round Arcade Machine Space Heater Mansion Model | | Train Set Arc de Triomphe Radiator Nook's Cranny | | Black Chess Set Merlion CD Player Nook 'n Go | | White Chess Set Compass Gold Stereo Nookway | | Hamster Cage Backpack Hi-Fi Stereo Nookington's | | Skeleton Mountain Bike Dice Stereo Museum Model | | Anatomical Model Propane Stove High-End Stereo Town Hall Model | | Clear Model Cooler Red Clock Fish Trophy | | Hospital Bed Kayak Kitschy Clock Bug Trophy | | Globe Sleeping Bag Cube Clock Flower Trophy | | Coffee Maker TV with a VCR Glow Clock Blue Falcon | | Siphon Wide-Screen TV Alarm Clock Pikmin | | Panda Bear Set Kitchen Sink Jade Econo-Chair | O=============================================================================O | Old School Designation | O=============================================================================O | Exotic Series Writing Chair Sphinx Phonograph | | Ranch Series Office Set Mummy's Casket Reel-to-Reel | | Classic Series Checkout Counter Spaceman Retro Stereo | | Regal Series Cash Register Tabletop Game Tape Deck | | Cabana Series Jukebox Stool Antique Clock | | Cabin Series Dharma Set Moai Statue Odd Clock | | Snowman Series Teddy Bear Set Tribal Mask Owl Clock | | Western Theme Cactus Set Pagoda Rocking Chair | | Handcart Totem Pole Set Plate Armor Gas Pump | | Manhole Cover Japanese Set Mermaid Statue Raccoon Figurine | | Oil Drum Set Mossy Garden Set Mouth of Truth Barber's Pole | | Birdhouse Master Sword Manekin Pis Scarecrow | | Mr Flamingo Triforce Tower of Pisa Birdcage | | Mrs Flamingo Vase Set Matryoshka Nintendo Bench | | Garden Gnome Welcome Kitty Set Lantern Outdoor Bath | | Hammock Pine Set Campfire Glass-Top Table | | Bird Bath Drum Set Bonfire Claw-Foot Tub | | Picnic Table String Set Pine Bonsai Set Shower | | Bird Feeder Folk Guitar Bonsai Set Massage Chair | | Lawn Chair Country Guitar Retro TV Bottled Ship | | Tiki Torch Ukulele Retro Fridge Mochi Pestle | | Clackercart Ebony Piano Toaster Sewing Machine | | Rocking Horse Ivory Piano Sink Cardboard Box | | Wobbelina Japanese Drum Wave Breaker Wooden Box | | Dolly Biwa Lute Treasure Chest Throne | | Mad Scientist Theme Harp Sleigh Festive Flag | | Pirate Theme Metronome Snowman Festive Candle | | Mop Trash Can Gerbera Music Box | | Vision Tester Pantheon Post Safe All 20 Paintings | | Trunk Measure Ionian Post Piggy Bank Mario Theme | | Stadiometer Corinthian Post Potbelly Stove All 127 Gyroids | | Scale Broken Post Fireplace All 52 Fossils | | Writing Desk Pyramid Turntable | O=============================================================================O | Lovely Designation | O=============================================================================O | Kiddie Series Bow Backpack Big Festive Tree | | Lovely Series Nintendo Set Mountain Bike Festive Tree | | Robo Series Citrus Set Lantern Scarecrow | | Mushroom Series Pear Set Bonfire Chocolates | | Space Theme Watermelon Set TV with a VCR Pineapple Bed | | Hammock Apple Set Doghouse Clothes Closet | | Picnic Table Froggy Set Beach Chair Bottled Ship | | Lawn Chair Tulip Set Diver Dan Water Bird | | Barbecue Iris Set Beach Table Executive Toy | | Backyard Pool Daffodil Set Treasure Chest Telescope | | Tiki Torch Rock Guitar Life Ring Mochi Pestle | | Nursery Theme Metal Guitar Snowboard Lovely Phone | | Helm Metronome Sleigh Miniature Car | | Ship Cannon Pyramid Snowman Birthday Cake | | Anchor Sphinx Sunflower Jack-in-the-Box | | Ship Compass Mummy's Casket Men's Toilet Festive Flag | | Black Chess Set Spaceman Pink Box Festive Candle | | White Chess Set Table Tennis Blue Box Music Box | | Classroom Set Bowling Pins Beige Box Portrait | | Vision Tester Basketball Hoop Piggy Bank One-Story Model | | Trunk Measure Ball Return CD Player Two-Story Model | | Stadiometer Pinball Machine Dice Stereo Mansion Model | | Scale Arcade Machine White Boom Box Nook's Cranny | | Study Set Tabletop Game Red Boom Box Nook 'n Go | | Teddy Bear Set Stool Red Clock Nookway | | Panda Bear Set Moai Statue Owl Clock Nookington's | | Totem Pole Set Tribal Mask Alarm Clock Museum Model | | Purple Lava Lamp Pagoda Extinguisher Town Hall Model | | Green Lava Lamp Manekin Pis Raccoon Figurine Mario Theme | | Samurai Suit Compass Candy Machine Pikmin | | Ninja Sword Matryoshka | O=============================================================================O | Chic Designation | O=============================================================================O | Exotic Series Hearth Pine Bonsai Set High-End Stereo | | Ranch Series Mossy Garden Set Bonsai Set Tape Deck | | Classic Series Vase Set House Plant Set Kitschy Clock | | Regal Series Welcome Kitty Set Wide-Screen TV Antique Clock | | Blue Series Pine Set Retro TV Cube Clock | | Cabana Series Drum Set Kitchen Sink Odd Clock | | Green Series String Set Kitchen Corner Glow Clock | | Cabin Series Folk Guitar Deluxe Range Jade Econo-Chair | | Modern Series Country Guitar Range Ruby Econo-Chair | | Snowman Series Ukulele Stove Gold Econo-Chair | | Western Theme Ebony Piano Tea Set Rocking Chair | | Construction Theme Ivory Piano Refrigerator Gas Pump | | Oil Drum Set Japanese Drum Retro Fridge Fire Hydrant | | Boxing Theme Vibraphone Microwave Barber's Pole | | Birdhouse Biwa Lute Toaster Birdcage | | Mr Flamingo Harp Sink Nintendo Bench | | Mrs Flamingo Trash Can Mixer Outdoor Bath | | Garden Gnome Garbage Pail Clothesline Pole Screen | | Bug Zapper Garbage Can Wave Breaker Computer | | Bird Bath Trash Bin Surfboard Glass-Top Table | | Bird Feeder Pantheon Post Daffodil Cream Sofa | | Lawn Mower Ionian Post Gerbera Storage Case | | Sprinkler Corinthian Post Toilet Claw-Foot Tub | | Mad Scientist Theme Broken Post Super Toilet Shower | | Barrel Billiard Table Safe Box of Tissues | | Keg Mahjong Table Deluxe Washer Massage Chair | | Hospital Bed Dart Board Automatic Washer Vacuum Cleaner | | Office Set Arc de Triomphe Washer/Dryer Sewing Machine | | Cafe Set Merlion Potbelly Stove Cardboard Box | | Dharma Set Plate Armor Space Heater Wooden Box | | Cactus Set Mermaid Statue Fireplace Fan | | Golf Set Mouth of Truth Radiator Throne | | Red Furniture Set Tower of Pisa Gold Stereo Table Lamp | | Blue Lava Lamp Propane Stove Hi-Fi Stereo Fish Trophy | | Black Katana Cooler Turntable Bug Trophy | | White Katana Kayak Phonograph Flower Trophy | | Sword Sleeping Bag Reel-to-Reel All 20 Paintings | | Tea Table Campfire Retro Stereo Blue Falcon | O=============================================================================O =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 4. Items by Category Designation (L-400) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Some furniture items are part of set, designated categories. These include Plants, Musical Instruments, Models, and Paintings. When you reach a certain minimum number of items from a specific category in a room you can get a Category Bonus from the HRA. Thanks to Liquefy for the basic format for this information. O=============================================================================O | Plant Designation | O=============================================================================O | Ponderosa Bonsai Hawthorn Bonsai Croton Corn Plant | | Pine Bonsai Quince Bonsai Dracaena Bromeliaceae | | Mugho Bonsai Jasmine Bonsai Lady Palm Weeping Fig | | Plum Bonsai Pothos Aloe Sunflower | | Holly Bonsai Coconut Palm Rubber Tree Daffodil | | Azalea Bonsai Pachira Snake Plant Gerbera | | Maple Bonsai Caladium Fan Palm | O=============================================================================O | Musical Instrument Designation | O=============================================================================O | Conga Drum Bass Metal Guitar Japanese Drum | | Djimbe Drum Folk Guitar Ukulele Vibraphone | | Timpano Drum Country Guitar Ebony Piano Biwa Lute | | Violin Rock Guitar Ivory Piano Harp | | Cello | O=============================================================================O | Painting Designation | O=============================================================================O | Portrait Fine Painting Forged Painting (Nice) | | Dainty Painting Scary Painting Forged Painting (Moving) | | Solemn Painting Lovely Painting Forged Painting (Common) | | Quaint Painting Strange Painting Forged Painting (Flowery) | | Basic Painting Worthy Painting Forged Painting (Warm) | | Famous Painting Calm Painting Forged Painting (Rare) | | Perfect Painting Opulent Painting Forged Painting (Fine) | | Amazing Painting Forged Painting (Dainty) Forged Painting (Scary) | | Nice Painting Forged Painting (Solemn) Forged Painting (Lovely) | | Moving Painting Forged Painting (Quaint) Forged Painting (Strange) | | Common Painting Forged Painting (Basic) Forged Painting (Worthy) | | Flowery Painting Forged Painting (Famous) Forged Painting (Calm) | | Warm Painting Forged Painting (Perfect) Forged Painting (Opulent) | | Rare Painting Forged Painting (Amazing) | O=============================================================================O | Model Designation | O=============================================================================O | One-Story Model Nook's Cranny Nookway Museum Model | | Two-Story Model Nook 'n Go Nookington's Town Hall Model | | Mansion Model | O=============================================================================O =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 5. Clothing by Genre Designation (L-500) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Each and every clothing item in the game has been categorized into ten genres. These include Tasteful, Pop, Pretty, Attractive, Novel, Fresh, Quiet, Showy, Dressy, and Strange. Each villager has their favorite and least favorite genre of clothing. When a villager asks for a clothing item and doesn't specify the gender beforehand, they may refuse a gift from their least favorite genre. Thanks to Liquefy for the basic format for this information. O=============================================================================O | Tasteful Designation | O=============================================================================O | Work Uniform Yellow Pinstripe Comfy Sweater Sharp Outfit | | Li'l Bro's Shirt Vertigo Shirt Earthy Knit Camel Shirt | | Misty Shirt Picnic Shirt Leaf Shirt Poncho | | Chain-Gang Shirt Waffle Shirt Fall Leaf Shirt Orange Jumpsuit | | Fall Plaid Shirt Gray Tartan Chichi Print Tin Shirt | | Blue Pinstripe Argyle Knit Subdued Print | O=============================================================================O | Pop Designation | O=============================================================================O | One-Ball Shirt Big Star Shirt Beatnik Shirt Chocomint Shirt | | Two-Ball Shirt A Shirt Dapper Shirt Orange Check Tee | | Three-Ball Shirt No. 2 Shirt Natty Shirt Kiddie Shirt | | Four-Ball Shirt No. 3 Shirt Toad Shirt Kiwi Shirt | | Five-Ball Shirt No. 5 Shirt Lite Polka Shirt Watermelon Shirt | | Six-Ball Shirt No. 23 Shirt Funky Dot Shirt Latin Uniform | | Seven-Ball Shirt No. 67 Shirt Big Dot Shirt Pep Squad Shirt | | Eight-Ball Shirt Big Bro's Shirt Lemon Gingham Red Warmup Suit | | Nine-Ball Shirt Rugby Shirt Flowery Shirt Baseball Shirt | | Paw Shirt | O=============================================================================O | Pretty Designation | O=============================================================================O | Daisy Shirt Blue Check Shirt Citrus Gingham Turnip Top | | Tulip Shirt Red Check Shirt Dreamy Shirt Yodel Shirt | | Cherry Shirt Gelato Shirt Silk Bloom Shirt Red Riding Hoody | | Frog Shirt Dazed Shirt Blossom Shirt Sailor's Uniform | | Bear Shirt Bubble Gum Shirt Lovely Shirt Dutch Shirt | | Bunny Shirt Candy Gingham Strawberry Shirt Cake Shirt | | Elephant Shirt Pink Tartan Hot Spring Shirt Waitress Shirt | | Heart Shirt Winter Sweater New Spring Shirt Fairy Tale Shirt | | No. 4 Shirt Spring Shirt Ribbon Shirt Fluffy Shirt | | Snowcone Shirt Vogue Top Yellow Bolero | O=============================================================================O | Attractive Designation | O=============================================================================O | Skull Shirt Racer Shirt Captain's Shirt Wrap Shirt | | U R Here Shirt Flame Shirt Burglar's Shirt Wrestler Shirt | | MVP Shirt Jungle Camo Zipper Shirt Security Shirt | | BB Shirt Arctic Camo Military Uniform Racing Shirt | | Diamond Shirt Desert Camo Concierge Shirt Scale Armor Suit | | No. 1 Shirt Dragon Suit Tuxedo Armor Suit | | Cafe Shirt Western Shirt Explorer Shirt Gold Armor Suit | | Checkered Shirt Royal Shirt Red Down Vest Space Suit | | Checkerboard Tee Firefighter Tee One-Way Tee | O=============================================================================O | Novel Designation | O=============================================================================O | Lightning Shirt Future Shirt Caterpillar Tee Jester Shirt | | Barber Shirt Dice Shirt Fiendish Shirt Bone Shirt | | Groovy Shirt Ladybug Shirt Hot Dog Shirt Toga | | Danger Shirt Butterfly Shirt Sandwich Shirt Nile Shirt | | Gracie's Top Spiderweb Shirt | O=============================================================================O | Fresh Designation | O=============================================================================O | Spade Shirt Green Tie-Dye Blue Grid Shirt Fern Shirt | | Cloudy Shirt Blue Tie-Dye Gumdrop Shirt Blue Retro Shirt | | Fresh Shirt Red Tie-Dye Aqua Polka Shirt Grass Shirt | | Sunset Top Green Bar Shirt Melon Gingham Snow Shirt | | Deep Blue Tee Red Bar Shirt Icy Shirt Bubble Shirt | | Peachy Shirt Blue Stripe Knit Aurora Knit Citrus Shirt | | Orange Tie-Dye Blue Tartan Lotus Shirt Melon Shirt | | Purple Tie-Dye | O=============================================================================O | Quiet Designation | O=============================================================================O | Club Shirt Vegetarian Shirt Folk Shirt Graduation Gown | | Dawn Shirt Jade Check Print Beige Knit Sky Shirt | | Yellow Bar Shirt Blue Check Print Asian Shirt Nurse's Uniform | | Yellow Tartan Mint Gingham Top Circus Shirt Molecule Tee | | Red Grid Shirt Chevron Shirt Green Vest Chinese Shirt | O=============================================================================O | Showy Designation | O=============================================================================O | Bright Shirt Prism Shirt Tiger Shirt Gaudy Sweater | | Rainbow Shirt Twinkle Shirt Cow Shirt Reggae Shirt | | Bold Check Shirt Star Shirt Leopard Shirt Kimono | | Loud Bloom Shirt Jagged Shirt Giraffe Shirt Spanish Shirt | | Rose Shirt Zebra Shirt Pink Wave Shirt | O=============================================================================O | Dressy Designaton | O=============================================================================O | Grape Stripe Tee Swell Shirt Grape Shirt Witch Shirt | | Dark Polka Shirt Blue Diamond Top Crewel Shirt Princess Shirt | | Bad Plaid Shirt Go-Go Shirt Tropical Shirt Beaded Shirt | | Floral Knit Night Sky Tee Bodice Leather Jerkin | | Rose Sky Shirt Airy Shirt Laced Shirt Frock Coat | | Cool Shirt Polar Fleece Noble Shirt | O=============================================================================O | Strange Designation | O=============================================================================O | Orange Pinstripe Optical Shirt Crossing Shirt Mummy Shirt | | Uncommon Shirt Amethyst Shirt Splendid Shirt Caveman Tunic | | Pop Bloom Shirt Nebula Shirt Flan Shirt Moldy Shirt | | Coral Shirt | O=============================================================================O =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 6. Clothing by Season Designation (L-600) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Some clothing is available in the Able Sisters' Shop only in specific seasons. This section details which clothes are available in which season. Thanks to Liquefy for the basic format for this information. O=============================================================================O | Winter Designation | O=============================================================================O | Cafe Shirt Winter Sweater Earthy Knit Laced Shirt | | Dapper Shirt Folk Shirt Chocomint Shirt Western Shirt | | Toad Shirt Uncommon Shirt Blue Diamond Top Red Down Vest | | Dark Polka Shirt Comfy Sweater Sharp Outfit Red Warmup Suit | | Yellow Pinstripe Beige Knit Crewel Shirt Leather Jerkin | | Aurora Knit | O=============================================================================O | Spring Designation | O=============================================================================O | Daisy Shirt Yellow Tartan Spring Shirt Lovely Shirt | | Tulip Shirt Gumdrop Shirt Vogue Top Hot Spring Shirt | | Bright Shirt Candy Gingham Citrus Gingham New Spring Shirt | | Cloudy Shirt Lemon Gingham Floral Knit Ribbon Shirt | | Peachy Shirt Melon Gingham Dreamy Shirt Gaudy Sweater | | Red Check Shirt Pink Tartan Silk Bloom Shirt Jester Shirt | | Beatnik Shirt Argyle Knit Blossom Shirt | O=============================================================================O | Summer Designation | O=============================================================================O | Lightning Shirt Blue Tie-Dye Dazed Shirt Twinkle Shirt | | Frog Shirt Green Bar Shirt Icy Shirt Spiderweb Shirt | | Li'l Bro's Shirt Blue Stripe Knit Flowery Shirt Dragon Suit | | Dawn Shirt Blue Tartan Loud Bloom Shirt Tropical Shirt | | Rainbow Shirt Natty Shirt Lotus Shirt Green Vest | | Snowcone Shirt Blue Grid Shirt Bubble Shirt Frock Coat | O=============================================================================O | Fall Designation | O=============================================================================O | Cherry Shirt Aqua Polka Shirt Waffle Shirt Subdued Print | | Big Bro's Shirt Blue Pinstripe Fall Leaf Shirt Red Riding Hoody | | Fall Plaid Shirt Blue Check Print Go-Go Shirt Concierge Shirt | | Bubble Gum Shirt Picnic Shirt Amethyst Shirt | O=============================================================================O _ __ __ _ | |========\ \===================================================/ /========| | | | M. \ \ Version History / / (VHIST) | | |_|==========\/=================================================\/==========|_| This is the history of the guide, include the date when I began the FAQ as well as the date when the latest revision was completed. Newest changes are listed first. - V 4.01 (Completed April 24, 2008) After a full year without an update, here comes what could be the last update to the FAQ. This update adds in several minor additions, corrects several errors, and changes the formatting of some sub-sections. My public/FAQing e-mail address has also changed. New websites were also added to the Copyright section. - V 4.00 (Completed April 15, 2007) Yet another complete revision; a lot of content has been added and updated, with more formatting changes and the addition or revision of all diagrams in this FAQ. A few sections, including the "Multiplayer" (replaced by the smaller "Communication" section) and "Extras" were cut from this version. I simply felt that they hindered rather than helped the FAQ. - V 3.10 (Completed October 31, 2006) Formatting changes, along with new tables and section dividers. Some typos corrected, with various additions to many sections. Added "Animal Dialogue Responses" section. - V 3.00 (Completed September 16, 2006) FAQ is completely revised; almost everything is changed or new. - V 2.00 (Completed July 13, 2006) Updated section headings, ASCII art, formatting, fixed several errors, added Glitches section, and updated conclusion. - V 1.10 (Completed May 28, 2006) Updated "hacked" items and added more villager information. - V 1.01 (Completed April 4, 2006) Added Tips, Tricks, and FAQs Section. Fixed errors and added ASCII art. - V 1.00 (Began February 15, 2006; Completed March 13, 2006) Complete guide first submitted to GameFAQs. Several other sites came forward later to host the FAQ, and are listed in the Copyright Notice. _ __ __ _ | |========\ \===================================================/ /========| | | | N. \ \ Contact Info / / (CONTA) | | |_|==========\/=================================================\/==========|_| Feel free to submit questions, queries, comments, and content to the e-mail address at the top of the FAQ. Although updates to this FAQ will likely be small and far from periodic, I welcome all questions regarding the game. However, please make a reference to this FAQ in the subject line of your e-mail, such as "Animal Crossing: Wild World FAQ". Please read the FAQ before e-mailing me, as it saves both you and I some effort. I am open to constructive criticism, but please keep your flames to yourself. Praise mail is whole heartedly accepted. 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I no longer play Animal Crossing: Wild World and I am not interested in visiting any town or having anyone visit a town that is non-existent. _ __ __ _ | |========\ \===================================================/ /========| | | | O. \ \ Copyright Notice / / (COPYR) | | |_|==========\/=================================================\/==========|_| This file may be reproduced for personal, private use only. It may not be placed on any web site or otherwise distributed publicly without my advance written permission. If a site wishes to host this file, please contact me at the e-mail address at the beginning of the file and ask. It is my right to decide which sites may host my work. Without my permission, hosting this FAQ on any web site other than those listed below is prohibited and a violation of copyright. If I ask a site to remove the file and it does not comply, I will ask once more. If that request is ignored, I am prepared to take legal action. 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Sites Allowed to Host This FAQ GameFAQs............... www.gamefaqs.com (and its affiliates) HonestGamers........... www.honestgamers.com Neoseeker.............. www.neoseeker.com SuperCheats............ www.supercheats.com GamesRadar............. www.gamesradar.com CheatPlanet............ www.cheatplanet.com 1-Up................... www.1up.com MyCheats............... www.mycheats.com ACWiki................. http://wikianimalcrossing.com/wiki/Main_Page AllAnimalCrossing...... www.freewebs.com/allanimalcrossing _ __ __ _ | |========\ \===================================================/ /========| | | | P. \ \ Credits / / (CREDS) | | |_|==========\/=================================================\/==========|_| There are many people I would like to thank for helping make this FAQ possible. First, to all of my sources for information: * To Liquefy, whose translation of the Japanese guides and tremendous dedication to research (as well as his supportiveness) have benefitted the whole Animal Crossing community and this FAQ * To PNin01, whose feng shui scoring system was used in the FAQ * To Freyashawk, who was referenced for the "Villager Dialogues" section * To Myster Mask, whose Glitch FAQ and Gulliver FAQ (co-written by MLBloomy) were referenced in this FAQ * To T. Cromis, who allowed the use of many town tunes from his large index * And to Animalxing.com and all of its research team, a great site for information on all things Animal Crossing. Second, to all the contributors to this FAQ: * To Toku, for various corrections and critical observations * To Swordsmaster_77, for information on the furniture weight limit among other things * To Ledge and Sarasa, for some information on special items * To youaremypawn, for a very helpful solution to a glitch affecting store upgrades * To a host of people for correcting me on the scorpion and tarantula * To DodgeBall and Dava, who fixed errors relating to the species of certain characters * And to Gamer Dude26, Bikermouse, Fen, Ashton M. Holtz, felix_liter, K. Bell, mastix, ammaxhailme, Dthero 314, Kai, Kayla, Googypoo, Zeb Hicks, and Dan Kelly for correcting small errors and/or submitting small tidbits of information to use. Third, I would like to thank everyone who submitted new town tunes to me. Fourth, I would like to extend a special thank you to harry349, who developed an extremely helpful Excel document detailing the items of the game based on the work of many FAQ authors from GameFAQs. Most of the revised Master Item List was made using his format. He also contributed several other corrections that helped this FAQ immensely. Fifth, I'd like to thank all of the great people over at the Animal Crossing: Wild World - General and - Social Boards. Your expertise and your sociability were instrumental in making this FAQ. Sixth, I would like to thank CJayC, Sailor Bacon, and everyone who keeps GameFAQs running as well as it does. Thanks also go to the contributor community for being so supportive. Special thanks go to Devin Morgan, A I e x, the late Kao Megura, Crazyreyn, TripleJump, and Brain Sulpher, whose works inspired this FAQ/Walkthrough. And finally, a sincere thank you to anyone and everyone reading this guide. If you would like to see more of my work, which I plan to add to soon, visit the following URL: http://www.gamefaqs.com/features/recognition/62041.html Good luck, and keep on mashing those buttons. __ __ __ ____ _ __ ____ ____ / / ___ / /_/ /_ ____ _/ / / (_)___ / /__/ __ \/ __ \ __________/ / / _ \/ __/ __ \/ __ `/ / / / / __ \/ //_/ /_/ / /_/ /________ _________/ /___/ __/ /_/ / / / /_/ / / /___/ / / / / ,< \__, /\__, /_________ /_____/\___/\__/_/ /_/\__,_/_/_____/_/_/ /_/_/|_|/____//____/ O=============================================================================O Copyright 2006-2008 Brandon "LethalLink99" Wolfram End of File