Birthday » Spring 8 (alt Sp 9) Special Foods » Pineapple, Strawberry Favorite Foods » RelaxTea Leaves, Eggs, Milk, Flowers, all other Crops Heart Events » None Extra love point » Use the Pedometer, fish, or ship items in quantities of 10², 10³, etc. The Harvest Goddess is the priestess of harvest. You can give offerings to the Goddess by going to the Hot Springs and throwing an item into the waterfall. She will appear and thank you for your gift. Sometimes she will give you a gift in return. If you really want to, you can even marry the Goddess! Unlike the other 5 normal girls, the Goddess doesn't have a love rival for you to compete against. There's no worries about her marrying some other guy before you get your chance at her. She's all yours if you choose to pursue her heart. Before you can marry her you'll need to fulfill some requirements. All girls require you to have your home upgraded as far as it will go, but for the Goddess that isn't enough. She is a goddess after all! Besides having to have the house, you will need to do a lot more. » Catch all the different species of fish, including the 6 King Fish » Ship at least 1 of every shippable item » Collect all 9 of the Goddess Jewels and receive the Gem of Goddess » Own the Big Bed for your home » Dig up every type of item from the Lake Mine » Dig up every type of item from the Spring Mine » Be in your 5th year (or later) on the farm » Ask Carter for permission to "Marry the HG" during his confessional times The Goddess has an invisible love-heart and there are a few things you can do to help raise her affection for you. When you do certain tasks 10000, 100000, 1 million, or 1 billion times she'll pop out and congratulate you. You can catch fish, have steps counted on your Pedometer, or ship crops. For example, the Goddess would pop up if you caught 10,000 fish or have 100,000 steps counted on your Pedometer. She'll even appear after you've shipped 10,000 Sweet Potatos! Another way you can raise her invisible love heart is to dig down to floors 100, 200, and 255 of the Spring Mine. She'll only congratulate you when you reach that level for the first time. You'll also raise her affection for you if you complete most of the requirements needed for marriage. You don't get any extra points for just owning the Big Bed or being on your 5th year in the game. When you're ready to ask her to marry you, just take the Blue Feather and throw it into her pond. The Goddess' affection will still need to be at the equivalent of a "red heart" level before she'll accept your Blue Feather. The easiest way is, of course, throwing items into her pond. Every day when you toss in a gift, it adds to her affection level. Giving her Pineapple and Strawberries gives you more of an impact than if you were giving her flowers every day. After you complete all of the requirements, toss the Blue Feather into the Goddess' Pond. If you've earned enough affection she'll tell you that she'll marry you, then disappear back into the water. A week later you will have your wedding with the Harvest Sprites as your guests. Then she'll tell you she loves you. When you walk out of the Church, the credits will start to roll. The game isn't over though! You'll appear back in your farmhouse the next day with your lovely god-like bride. Just like all the other girls, the Goddess will ask what you would like her to call you. It doesn't matter what you pick because the Goddess will refuse anything you select and tell you that she'll call you by your first name anyway! Now that you have the name thing cleared up, the Goddess will tell you that she's going to be very busy with her Harvest Goddess duties. Because of her work she won't be able to come home very often so it's up to you to do everything on your own. Then she'll *poof* and return back to the pond, leaving you all by yourself. You can still continue to go visit her pond and throw stuff into it (like a good husband would) but she doesn't say anything different. She'll still ask if you want to connect to your Gamecube and thank you for your offering. The Goddess doesn't participate in all the events that a normal wife would join into. During the Festival on Mother's Hill, your wife is suppose to join you at the top of the mountain. Instead of the Goddess, a normal girl who has the highest affection for you will meet you up there. It doesn't even matter if that girl is married or not! The Goddess does come by to celebrate your Birthday if you enter your farmhouse after 6pm. She even makes an appearance to celebrate her birthday. On Valentine's day she will sneak in after you have gone to bed and leave you a piece of Chocolate Cake in your rucksack. About a season after you two get married, she'll appear one morning and announce that she's pregnant. How she can be pregnant when she sleeps in a pool of water every night I don't know, but that's not for me to explain. After she makes her announcement, she leaves the house again to return to the pond, leaving you standing there stunned off your rocker. Two seasons later you'll be sleeping soundly when you hear the sound of a baby crying. When you get up out of bed, you notice a little baby next to you! The Goddess then appears and says the child has finally been born and asks you to give him a name. After you name him, the Goddess says that's a good name, but she has to get back to work being the Harvest Goddess. She then disappears, leaving you with the baby. The new baby lays in bed all day long. You won't be able to pick up the Goddess' child and you also can't talk to him. You can see his friendship level with you on your summary screen but you can't do anything to raise his affection. Sixty days after you and the Goddess have a baby, you are soundly sleeping when you hear a voice. When you open your eyes, your baby has crawled out of bed and fell on the floor! The little guy is crying loud enough for the Goddess to appear. She notices that the little guy has a "boo boo" so she uses her magical powers to heal him. Now your child is happy and giggly again, so the Goddess determines her work here is finished for now. She twinkles away and returns to the pond. Afterwards your son can crawl around on the floor, but he's still left unsupervised for most of the day.