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Retro Game Walkthroughs For
"Animal Crossing: Wild World"
(Nintendo DS)

Retro Game Walkthroughs for Animal Crossing: Wild World (Nintendo DS)
Submitted By: Brucey
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0.a Contents:
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The "Table of Contents" is simple, the quick link keywords are the numbers
directly to the left of each section (ctrl+f), I have only used each keyword
twice, once in the "Table of Contents" and once in the section itself.

1.a Introduction
2.a Controls
3.a Starting
4.a Your Character
4.aa Your Face
4.ab Your Hairstyle
4.ac Your Clothes
4.ad Apparel, etc
5.a Your House
5.aa House Upgrades
5.ab Feng Shui
5.ac Happy Room Academy (HRA)
5.ad Roommates
6.a Your Town
6.aa Villagers
6.ab Special Characters
6.ac Town Tunes
6.ad Flowers
6.ae Fruits & Trees
6.af Turnips & The Stalk Market
6.ag Weather
6.ah Buildings in Town
6.ai Calendar
7.a Museum Pieces
7.aa Fish
7.ab Bugs
7.ac Fossils
7.ad Paintings
7.ae Shells?
8.a Furniture
8.aa Furniture Series
8.ab Furniture Themes
8.ac Furniture Sets
8.ad Misc. Furniture
8.ae Wallpaper & Carpet
8.af Hacked Items
9.b Wifi
9.ba How to Connect to Wifi
9.bb Wifi Safety
9.bc Wifi Games
10.b Other
10.ba Tools, etc.
10.bb K.K. Slider Songs
10.bc Gyroids
10.bd Keepsakes
10.be Paper
10.bf Wendell Pattern Guide
10.bg Redd's Password Guide
10.bh NGC/DS Version Differences
11.b Tips, Tricks, and Easter Eggs
11.ba Tips
11.bb Tricks
11.bc and Easter Eggs
12.b F.A.Q.

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1.a Introduction:
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Animal Crossing: Wild World is a natural sequel for Animal Crossing, a cult
classic on the Nintendo GameCube. Where its predecessor failed, the new
Crossing excels. It was a game built on communication, and yet you couldn't
take it out of the house. With wireless multiplayer gameplay and the Nintendo
Wi-Fi Connection, the DS version has rid itself of that dreadful problem and
turned that into a major selling point. Using tried and true characters and
events from the GCN version, Animal Crossing: Wild World very simply expands
on the groundbreaking experience found in the first game. The world of Animal
Crossing has never been larger or more vibrant. To all of you who own this
game, you have chosen well. To those of you who have yet to buy this game, I
strongly advise it. It is a gaming experience that you will sorely miss.

This guide will cover the main and most useful points of the game and i will try to giva as much help as possible within it.

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2.a Controls:
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A: Talk, Select an option, & interact with furniture.
B: Hold to run, Press during conversation to speed up, Press during option
to choose "no".
Y: Brings up Menu.
X: Brings up Town map.
L: Hold to run.
R: Hold to run.
Start: Brings up "Would you like to save and quit?" menu.
Select: Brings up chat function.
Directional Pad: Used to move around, move furniture, move through menus.

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3.a Starting:
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Once you begin your Journey you will be in a cab, driving in the rain.
Kapp'n will ask you the date and the time, input them in. Then he will ask
you about the rain, it does matter what you answer in this game, you will get
a face based on what you say, if you want to get a certain face, don't answer
these questions until you check the face section. During so, he will ask you
your name you reply with either He will then ask you for your name, this you
cannot change.

Once there you will be greeted by Pelly or Phyllis (depending on time
of day) She will ask what she can do for you, you can reply with "I moved in!
or "I came in by cab!". She will then give you a map and ask if you know how
to use it, you can reply with "What?" which she will then help you out, or
"Yup" meaning you don't need any help. Find your house, and walk inside of it.
Go ouside to meet Tom Nook, the townshop manager. He tells you that you owe
him 20,000 bells for the house (Bells is your towns currency) then he will
tell you that you need to help him at his shop. Go straight to Nook's Cranny.

He wants you to wear the shop's uniform, put it on. Then he wants you to
plant some trees and flowers around the shop, although you can plant it any-
where in your town. Once done with that go and talk to Tom again. He wants you
to meet everyone in your town including the Mayor. This won't take long as
long as your villagers aren't walking around. One of the villagers must ask
you your birthday to continue, then again talk to Tom. He will want you to
send furniture to one of the villagers. Talk to that villager and then select
"Delivery!". Next thing Tom wants you to do is to send a letter to someone,
it can say anything you want, although the game erases bad words. Next task is
to give the same villager you sent that letter to, a watering can. They will
probably pull out the letter. And the final task is to put an advertisment up
on the bulletin board in front of the town hall. Once done go to Tom and he
will deduct 1,400 bells from you're debt, and now your free.

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4.a Your Character
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4.aa Your Face
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You can only do this once you begin a new game, otherwise
you're stuck with the face you got. Believe it or not but
this is not new to the series, it was in the Gamecube
verison, but now its more noticable. It is impossible to
show you the faces through this FAQ, so I will instead
post a link to a place that can explain it.
When you copy the link, make sure you copy both parts!
It's split into two lines, make sure you take note of
that.


http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b365/xfollowTHEreaperx/
acfaces.gif

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4.ab Your Hairstyle
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Once you have Nookington's you can change your hairstyle,
It is impossible to show you the hairstyles to choose
from over FAQ, so ill give you this link.

If you talk to Harriet a lot, over a number of days, she
will offer to give you a girl's haircut if you are a boy,
or a boy's haircut if you are a girl.


http://www.animalxing.com/hairstyles.php

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4.ac Your Clothes
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The $ symbol means how much you would have to buy it from,
the Letters between the "$" category and the "Seller"
category is what group it appears in most often.


Shirts $ Seller When
A Shirt 370 A Able Sisters All
Airy Shirt 420 C Able Sisters All
Amethyst Shirt 360 B Able Sisters Fall
Aqua Polka Shirt 360 A Able Sisters Fall
Arctic Camo 320 C Able Sisters All
Argyle Knit 460 C Able Sisters Spring
Armor Suit 400 B Able Sisters All
Asian Shirt 380 B Able Sisters All
Aurora Knit 380 B Able Sisters Winter
Bad Plaid Shirt 420 B Able Sisters All
Barber Shirt --- - Gracie All
Baseball Shirt 320 B Able Sisters All
BB Shirt 350 A Able Sisters All
Beaded Shirt 420 C Able Sisters All
Bear Shirt 390 A Able Sisters All
Beatnik Shirt 360 A Able Sisters Spring
Beige Knit 320 A Able Sisters Winter
Big Bro's Shirt 320 B Able Sisters Fall
Big Dot Shirt 340 C Able Sisters All
Big Star Shirt 400 B Able Sisters All
Blossom Shirt 370 A Able Sisters Spring
Blue Check Print 360 A Able Sisters Fall
Blue Check Shirt 380 B Able Sisters All
Blue Diamond Top 370 C Able Sisters Winter
Blue Grid Shirt 340 A Able Sisters Summer
Blue Pinstripe 380 C Able Sisters Fall
Blue Retro Shirt 80 C Able Sisters All
Blue Stripe Knit 340 A Able Sisters Summer
Blue Tartan 390 A Able Sisters Summer
Blue Tie-Dye 380 B Able Sisters Summer
Bodice 400 A Able Sisters All
Bold Check Shirt 360 B Able Sisters All
Bone Shirt 280 C Able Sisters All
Bright Shirt 320 B Able Sisters Spring
Bubble Gum Shirt 380 B Able Sisters Fall
Bubble Shirt 410 B Able Sisters Summer
Bunny Shirt 360 C Able Sisters All
Burglar's Shirt 420 A Able Sisters All
Butterfly Shirt --- - Gracie All
Cafe Shirt 420 A Able Sisters Winter
Cake Shirt 600 A Able Sisters All
Camel Shirt 280 C Able Sisters All
Candy Gingham 320 C Able Sisters Spring
Captain's Shirt 340 C Able Sisters All
Caterpillar Tee --- - Gracie All
Caveman Tunic 380 C Able Sisters All
Chain-Gang Shirt 260 C Able Sisters All
Checkerboard Tee 340 B Able Sisters All
Checkered Shirt 390 B Able Sisters All
Cherry Shirt 360 B Able Sisters Fall
Chevron Shirt 320 C Able Sisters All
Chichi Print 180 A Able Sisters All
Chinese Shirt 320 B Able Sisters All
Chocomint Shirt 340 C Able Sisters Winter
Circus Shirt 370 C Able Sisters All
Citrus Gingham 360 C Able Sisters Spring
Citrus Shirt --- - Gracie All
Cloudy Shirt 320 A Able Sisters Spring
Club Shirt 360 C Able Sisters All
Comfy Sweater 360 B Able Sisters Winter
Concierge Shirt 350 A Able Sisters Fall
Cool Shirt --- - Gracie All
Coral Shirt --- - Gracie All
Cow Shirt --- - Gracie All
Crewel Shirt 380 C Able Sisters Winter
Crossing Shirt --- - Gracie All
Daisy Shirt 380 C Able Sisters Spring
Danger Shirt 340 B Able Sisters All
Dapper Shirt 350 C Able Sisters Winter
Dark Polka Shirt 350 B Able Sisters Winter
Dawn Shirt 380 A Able Sisters Summer
Dazed Shirt 350 C Able Sisters Summer
Deep Blue Tee 380 B Able Sisters All
Desert Camo 320 B Able Sisters All
Diamond Shirt 380 A Able Sisters All
Dice Shirt 340 A Able Sisters All
Dragon Suit 340 C Able Sisters Summer
Dreamy Shirt 400 A Able Sisters Spring
Dutch Shirt 280 C Able Sisters All
Earthy Knit 390 B Able Sisters Winter
Eight-Ball Shirt 340 A Able Sisters All
Elephant Shirt 260 A Able Sisters All
Explorer Shirt 400 B Able Sisters All
Fairy Tale Shirt 320 A Able Sisters All
Fall Leaf Shirt 280 B Able Sisters Fall
Fall Plaid Shirt 370 A Able Sisters Fall
Fern Shirt 300 C Able Sisters All
Fiendish Shirt --- - Gracie All
Firefighter Tee 320 C Able Sisters All
Five-Ball Shirt 340 A Able Sisters All
Flame Shirt 360 A Able Sisters All
Flan Shirt --- - Gracie Fall
Floral Knit 420 B Able Sisters Spring
Flowery Shirt 400 B Able Sisters Summer
Fluffy Shirt 400 C Able Sisters All
Folk Shirt 380 A Able Sisters Winter
Four-Ball Shirt 340 C Able Sisters All
Fresh Shirt 380 A Able Sisters All
Frock Coat 290 C Able Sisters Summer
Frog Shirt 340 B Able Sisters Summer
Funky Dot Shirt 430 B Able Sisters All
Future Shirt 390 A Able Sisters All
Gaudy Sweater 330 A Able Sisters Spring
Gelato Shirt 330 C Able Sisters All
Giraffe Shirt --- - Gracie All
Go-Go Shirt 360 C Able Sisters Fall
Gold Armor Suit 540 C Able Sisters All
Gracie's Top --- - Gracie All
Graduation Gown 320 B Able Sisters All
Grape Shirt --- - Gracie All
Grape Stripe Shirt 320 A Able Sisters All
Grass Shirt --- - Gracie All
Gray Tartan 420 C Able Sisters All
Green Bar Shirt 320 B Able Sisters Summer
Green Tie-Dye 380 C Able Sisters All
Green Vest 380 A Able Sisters Summer
Groovy Shirt --- - Gracie All
Gumdrop Shirt 390 C Able Sisters Spring
Heart Shirt 360 A Able Sisters All
Hot Dog Shirt --- - Gracie All
Hot Spring Shirt 520 B Able Sisters Spring
Icy Shirt 390 C Able Sisters Summer
Jade Check Print 360 A Able Sisters All
Jagged Shirt 360 B Able Sisters All
Jester Shirt 420 A Able Sisters Spring
Jungle Camo 320 A Able Sisters All
Kiddie Shirt 340 B Able Sisters All
Kimono 520 B Able Sisters All
Kiwi Shirt --- - Gracie All
Laced Shirt 370 C Able Sisters Winter
Ladybug Shirt --- - Gracie All
Latin Uniform 320 B Able Sisters All
Leaf Shirt 260 C Able Sisters All
Leather Jerkin 380 A Able Sisters Winter
Lemon Gingham 340 A Able Sisters Spring
Leopard Shirt 320 C Able Sisters All
Li'l Bro's Shirt 320 A Able Sisters Summer
Lightning Shirt 380 C Able Sisters Summer
Lite Polka Shirt 380 B Able Sisters All
Lotus Shirt 400 B Able Sisters Summer
Loud Bloom Shirt 360 B Able Sisters Summer
Lovely Shirt 400 C Able Sisters Spring
Melon Gingham 340 B Able Sisters Spring
Melon Shirt --- - Gracie All
Military Uniform 380 C Able Sisters All
Mint Gingham Top 330 C Able Sisters All
Misty Shirt 380 B Able Sisters All
Moldy Shirt --- - Gracie Summer
Molecule Tee 360 B Able Sisters All
Mummy Shirt 180 A Able Sisters All
MVP Shirt 370 B Able Sisters All
Natty Shirt 380 C Able Sisters Summer
Nebula Shirt 390 A Able Sisters All
New Spring Shirt 520 C Able Sisters Spring
Night Sky Tee 420 A Able Sisters All
Nile Shirt 400 A Able Sisters All
Nine-Ball Shirt 340 B Able Sisters All
No. 1 Shirt 250 C Able Sisters All
No. 2 Shirt 250 A Able Sisters All
No. 23 Shirt 250 B Able Sisters All
No. 3 Shirt 250 B Able Sisters All
No. 4 Shirt 250 C Able Sisters All
No. 5 Shirt 250 A Able Sisters All
No. 67 Shirt 250 C Able Sisters All
Noble Shirt 380 C Able Sisters All
Nurse's Uniform 300 A Able Sisters All
One-Ball Shirt 340 C Able Sisters All
One-Way Tee 420 A Able Sisters All
Optical Shirt 430 B Able Sisters All
Orange Check Tee 280 A Able Sisters All
Orange Jumpsuit 200 A Able Sisters All
Orange Pinstripe --- - Gracie All
Orange Tie-Dye 380 A Able Sisters All
Paw Shirt 360 C Able Sisters All
Peachy Shirt 390 B Able Sisters Spring
Pep Squad Shirt 280 C Able Sisters All
Picnic Shirt 330 A Able Sisters Fall
Pink Tartan 420 C Able Sisters Spring
Pink Wave Shirt 420 A Able Sisters All
Polar Fleece 360 C Able Sisters All
Poncho 320 B Able Sisters All
Pop Bloom Shirt 3 60 A Able Sisters All
Princess Shirt 480 C Able Sisters All
Prism Shirt 370 C Able Sisters All
Purple Tie-Dye 380 B Able Sisters All
Racer Shirt 380 A Able Sisters All
Racing Shirt 460 B Able Sisters All
Rainbow Shirt 777 A Able Sisters Summer
Red Bar Shirt 360 C Able Sisters All
Red Check Shirt 330 B Able Sisters Spring
Red Down Vest 380 C Able Sisters Winter
Red Grid Shirt 360 B Able Sisters All
Red Riding Hoody 350 A Able Sisters Fall
Red Tie-Dye 380 B Able Sisters FAll
Red Warmup Suit 260 B Able Sisters Winter
Reggae Shirt 240 B Able Sisters All
Ribbon Shirt 370 A Able Sisters Spring
Rose Shirt 480 A Able Sisters All
Rose Sky Shirt 320 B Able Sisters All
Royal Shirt 380 A Able Sisters All
Rugby Shirt 360 A Able Sisters All
Sailor's Uniform 320 A Able Sisters All
Sandwich Shirt --- - Gracie All
Scale Armor Suit 480 A Able Sisters All
Security Shirt 420 A Able Sisters All
Seven-Ball Shirt 340 C Able Sisters All
Sharp Outfit 280 A Able Sisters Winter
Silk Bloom Shirt 480 A Able Sisters Spring
Six-Ball Shirt 340 B Able Sisters All
Skull Shirt 320 C Able Sisters All
Sky Shirt 360 B Able Sisters All
Snow Shirt --- - Gracie All
Snowcone Shirt 420 A Able Sisters Summer
Space Suit 360 B Able Sisters All
Spade Shirt 340 C Able Sisters All
Spanish Shirt 360 B Able Sisters All
Spiderweb Shirt 320 B Able Sisters Summer
Splendid Shirt --- - Gracie All
Spring Shirt 320 C Able Sisters Spring
Star Shirt 370 A Able Sisters All
Strawberry Shirt --- - Gracie All
Subdued Print 320 B Able Sisters Fal
Sunset Top 290 B Able Sisters All
Swell Shirt 400 B Able Sisters All
Three-Ball Shirt 340 B Able Sisters All
Tiger Shirt --- - Gracie All
Tin Shirt --- - Gracie All
Toad Shirt 340 C Able Sisters Winter
Toga 280 C Able Sisters All
Tropical Shirt 370 C Able Sisters Summer
Tulip Shirt 280 C Able Sisters Spring
Turnip Top 350 B Able Sisters All
Tuxedo 380 C Able Sisters All
Twinkle Shirt 480 A Able Sisters Summer
Two-Ball Shirt 340 A Able Sisters All
U R Here Shirt 350 C Able Sisters All
Uncommon Shirt 360 B Able Sisters Winter
Vegetarian Shirt 280 A Able Sisters All
Vertigo Shirt 380 A Able Sisters All
Vogue Top 380 B Able Sisters Spring
Waffle Shirt 430 C Able Sisters Fall
Waitress Shirt 320 B Able Sisters All
Watermelon Shirt --- - Gracie All
Western Shirt 350 C Able Sisters Winter
Winter Sweater 290 C Able Sisters Winter
Witch Shirt 360 B Able Sisters All
Work Uniform --- - ---
Wrap Shirt 320 B Able Sisters All
Wrestler Shirt 280 C Able Sisters All
Yellow Bar Shirt 320 A Able Sisters All
Yellow Bolero 430 B Able Sisters All
Yellow Pinstripe 360 B Able Sisters Winter
Yellow Tartan 430 B Able Sisters Spring
Yodel Shirt 350 A Able Sisters All
Zebra Shirt --- - Gracie All
Zipper Shirt 320 C Able Sisters All


Want to make your own shirts, umbrellas, or flooring?
Here are two programs that you can use, one is online
that you don't need to download, and the other you would
have to download, I suggest the first one.

http://dsmeet.com/decalmaker/acww.html

http://proth.bravepages.com/anicrodesapro/index.html

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4.ad Apparel, etc
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You can pick flowers from the ground and stick them in
your hair as normal head gear. Also, if you pick a rose,
you stick it in your mouth, instead, and it counts as an
accessory.


Umbrellas Buy Price
Bat Umbrella 160
Beach Umbrella 160
Blue Dot Parasol 160
Blue Umbrella 160
Busted Umbrella 160
Camo Umbrella 160
Candy Umbrella 160
Daisy Umbrella 160
Eggy Parasol 160
Elegant Umbrella 160
Flame Umbrella 160
Forest Umbrella 160
Gelato Umbrella 160
Green Umbrella 160
Lacy Parasol 160
Leaf Umbrella 160
Lemon Umbrella 160
Leopard Umbrella 160
Melon Umbrella 160
Mint Umbrella 160
Modern Umbrella 160
Paper Parasol 160
Paw Umbrella 160
Petal Parasol 160
Picnic Umbrella 160
Red Umbrella 160
Ribbon Umbrella 160
Spider Umbrella 160
Sunny Parasol 160
Toad Parasol 160
Yellow Umbrella 160
Zebra Umbrella 160

Hats
1-Up Cap 160
Badge Hat 160
Bandana 80
Beret 160
Bicycle Helmet 400
Big Bro's Hat 320
Blue Knit Hat 160
Blue Ribbon 160
Captain's Hat 360
Cavalier Hat 360
Chef's Hat 160
Combat Helmet 960
Crown 1000000
Dandy Hat 160
Detective Hat 240
Dutch Hat 320
Explorer's Hat 160
Grandpa Hat 240
Green Cap 160
Green knit Hat 160
Halo 2400
Heart Hairpin 160
Hunter's Cap 300
Jester's Cap 360
Li'l Bro's Hat 320
Light Blue Cap 160
Moon Hairpin 160
Orange Knit Hat 160
Outback Hat 160
Paperboy Cap 280
Pink Knit Hat 160
Pirate's Hat 240
Police Cap 480
Puffy Hat 240
Purple Cap 160
Purple Knit Hat 160
Red Cap 160
Red Pom-Pom Hat 160
Red Ribbon 160
Royal Crown 1200000
Safety Helmet 300
Sailor's Hat 300
Scholar's Hat 420
Silk Hat 120
Sombrero 240
Star Cap 160
Star Hairpin 160
Straw Hat 160
Swimming Cap 80
Top Hat 400
Tyrolean Hat 160
Viking Helmet 540
White Cap 160
Witch's Hat 160
Wizard's Cap 80
Yellow Cap 160
Yellow Ribbon 160

Feathers* (Hats)
Green Feather: 10000
Blue Feather: 200000
Yellow Feather: 500000
Red Feather: 800000
Purple Feather: 1100000
White Feather: 1400000
Rainbow Feather: 6400000

Wigs
Afro Wig 160
Baby's Hat 160
Bunny Hood 1600
Cow Bone 160
Diving Mask 2200
Dressing 120
Fireman's Hat 960
Football Helmet 1200
Geisha Wig 1600
Kaffiyeh 160
King Tut Wig*** 12000
Knight's Helmet 1000
Motocross Helmet 1400
Mowhawk Wig 160
Ninja Hood 240
Pig Tail 120
Pilot's Cap 720
Powdered Wig 160
Racing Helmet 1200
Regent Wig 160
Roman Helmet 1200
Samurai Wig 1200
Ski Mask 600
Space Helmet 2400
Turban** -
Warbonnet 1000
White Veil 400
Wrestling Mask 900


Masks
3-D Glasses 120
Big Bro Mustache 600
Blue Frames 120
Brown Glasses 120
Curly Mustache 160
Doctor's Mirror 160
Eye Mask 160
Eye Patch 120
Funky Glasses 120
Gas Mask 240
Goggles 280
Green Glasses 120
Hero's Mask 1200
HMD 1800
Hockey Mask 200
Huge Shades 160
King's Beard 8000
Mask 80
Masquerade Mask 120
Mini-Mustache 160
Mint Glasses 120
Monocle 240
Pacifier 120
Pilot Shades 2400
Pink Glasses 120
Post-Op Patch 120
Purple Glasses 120
Red Glasses 120
Red Nose 80
Rimmed Glasses 120
Silver Frames 120
Snorkel Mask 320
Sporty Shades 160
Stache & Glasses 240
Thick Glasses 120
Tiny Shades 120
Triangle Shades 120
Yellow Glasses 120


*You receive these if you donate enough money at the town
hall

**Purchase a red turnip from Joan and plant it in the
ground for one day. (Joan appears every Sunday from
6am to 12pm). Dig up the turnip and feed it to
wendell, who will give you the turban. (Wendell
appears a random weekday from 6am to 12am, ask Booker
to find out which day.) In the process of this trade,
if you get the Country Guitar, give it to K.K. Slider
to get K.K.'s Pic

***This Wig is cursed, it makes you trip about once a
minute. Although you recieve 100 bells for every fall
if you have insurance.


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5.a Your House
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The main objective of the game is to make your house a home. Although the first
few weeks of the game you won't do much with your house, you will soon. There
are six rooms of your final upgrade, compared to 3 of the original Animal
Crossing.


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5.aa House Upgrades
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House Upgrades Debt
Expand House (1st) Pay the debt of 19,800 bells.
Expand House (2nd) Pay the debt of 120,000 bells.
Upstairs Room Pay the debt of 298,000 bells.
(3rd floor)
Left Room Pay the debt of 598,000 bells.
Right Room Pay the debt of 728,000 bells.
Back Room Pay the debt of 848,000 bells.

A more visual verison of this is avaliable at the link.

http://www.animalxing.com/expansionww.php

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5.ab Feng Shui
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This improves your chances of producing bell trees.


Furniture Color Direction
Red East
Green South
Yellow West


Special Lucky Items*
G Logo
Hinaningyo
Luigi Trophy
Mario Trophy
Angler Trophy
Fishing Trophy
Spring Metal
Autumn Metal
Samurai Suit
Tanabata Palm
Treasure Chest
Tissue Box
Dracaena
House Model
Manor Model
Post Model
Mailbox
Piggy bank
Festive Tree
Big Festive Tree
Birthday Cake
Bug Trophy
Dracaena
Flower Trophy
Garden Gnome
Ivory Piano
Jack-in-the-Box
Lefty Lucky Cat
Lovely Phone
Lucky Black Cat
Lucky Cat
Lucky Gold Cat
Music Box
Piggy Bank
Portrait
Racoon Figurine
Samurai Suit
Treasure Chest
Washer/Dryer

Yellow Furniture
Blue Bed
Blue Table
Classic Sofa
Snowman TV
Flying Saucer
Lunar Lander
Striped Cone
Steam Roller
Cement Mixer
Judge's Bell
Picnic Table
Sprinkler
Elephant Slide
Oil Drum
Mama Bear
Samurai Suit
Bow
Screen
Sword
Jukebox
Cash Register
Jasmine Bonsai
Lucky Gold Cat
Lefty Lucky Cat
Lucky Cat
Tea Vase
Flowery Painting
Rare Painting
Common Painting
Gold Stereo
Hi-Fi Stereo
Phonograph
Gold Econo-Chair
Mountain Bike
Bug Trophy
Fish Trophy
Flower Trophy
Mummy's Casket
Pyramid
Sphinx
Alarm Clock
Odd Clock
Kayak
Basic Yellow Bed
Pineapple Bed
Clothes Closet
Diver Dan
Candle
Portrait

Red Furniture
Mush Bed
Mush Stand
Mush Table
Mush TV
Rocket
Handcart
Jackhammer
Iron Frame
Orange Cone
Traffic Cone
Detour Arrow
Saw Horse
Red Corner
Sandbag
Tiki Torch
Barbecue
Lawn Mower
Garden Gnome
Dolly
Red Drum
Haz-Mat Barrel
Giant Dharma
Dharma
Mini-Dharma
White Golf Bag
Clear Model
Red Armchair
Red Sofa
Apple TV
Maple Bonsai
Quince Bonsai
Red Vase
Metal Guitar
Nice Painting
Metronome
Trash Bin
Stove
Red Boom Box
Daffodil
Gerbera
Snowboard
Pagoda
Red Clock
Campfire
Lantern
Basic Red Bed
Bonfire
Life Ring
Fire Hydrant
Extinguisher
Candy Machine
Doghouse
Gas Pump
Miniature Car
Sleigh
Stool
Executive Toy
Vacuum Cleaner

Green Furniture
Green Bed
Green Bench
Green Chair
Green Counter
Green Desk
Green Dresser
Green Lamp
Green Pantry
Green Table
Green Wardrobe
Ranch Armchair
Ranch Couch
Ranch Tea Table
Robo-Lamp
Cactus
Desert Cactus
Tall Cactus
Round Cactus
Bird Bath
Train Set
Ship Cannon
Green Drum
Baby Panda
Deer Scare
Green Golf Bag
Green Lava Lamp
Hospital Bed
Pear Wardrobe
Pear Dresser
Grapefruit Table
Lime Chair
Azalea Bonsai
Hawthorn Bonsai
Holly Bonsai
Mugho Bonsai
Ponderosa Bonsai
Pine Bonsai
Iris Chair
Iris Table
Froggy Chair
Lily-Pad Table
Mugho Bonsai
Rock Guitar
Aloe
Caladium
Coconut Palm
Corn Plant
Dracaena
Weeping Fig
Lady Palm
Pachira
Fan Palm
Pothos
Rubber Tree
Snake Plant
Retro Fridge
Washer/Dryer
Jade Econo-Chair
Billiard Table
Mahjong Table
Tennis Table
Festive Tree
Big Festive Tree
Sleeping Bag
Basic Green Bed
Book's Cranny
Nookway
Museum Model
Table Lamp
Clothesline Pole
Fan

Red/Yellow
Apple Clock
Throne
Music Box

Red/Green
Watermelon Chair
Watermelon Table
Tulip Chair
Tulip Table
Bromeliaceae
One-Story Model
Two-Story Model
Mansion Model


Yellow/Green
Melon Chair
Lemon Table
Daffodil Chair
Daffodil Table
Sunflower
Glow Clock
Treasure Chest
Tea Set


Initial Space
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|Yellow|Yellow| Red | Red |
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|Yellow|Yellow| Red | Red |
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|Yellow|Yellow| Red | Red |
| Green| Green| Green| Green|
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|Yellow|Yellow| Red | Red |
| Green| Green| Green| Green|
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First Expansion

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|Yellow|Yellow| | | Red | Red |
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|Yellow|Yellow| | | Red | Red |
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|Yellow|Yellow| | | Red | Red |
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|______|______|______|______|______|______|
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|Yellow|Yellow| | | Red | Red |
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|Yellow|Yellow| Green| Green| Red | Red |
| Green| Green| | | Green| Green|
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|Yellow|Yellow| Green| Green| Red | Red |
| Green| Green| | | Green| Green|
|______|______|______|______|______|______|

Secound Expansion

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|Yellow|Yellow| | | | | Red | Red |
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|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|
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|Yellow|Yellow| | | | | Red | Red |
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|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|
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|Yellow|Yellow| | | | | Red | Red |
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|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|
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|Yellow|Yellow| | | | | Red | Red |
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|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|
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|Yellow|Yellow| | | | | Red | Red |
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|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|
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|Yellow|Yellow| | | | | Red | Red |
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|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|
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|Yellow|Yellow| Green| Green| Green| Green| Red | Red |
| Green| Green| | | | | Green| Green|
|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|
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|Yellow|Yellow| Green| Green| Green| Green| Red | Red |
| Green| Green| | | | | Green| Green|
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*Special feng shui items contribute to your luck no matter
where they are in your house. However, if you place an
object that is listed as having "special" feng shui in a
corner, you will receive double the usual benefit.

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5.ac Happy Room Academy (HRA)
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The HRA aslo known as the Happy Room Academy rates your
house once you have your house upgraded for the first
time. Here is their point system:

Basic Points
Accessories (Hats, Wigs, Glasses, etc) 3
Acorn Festival Prizes (Mush Furniture) 412
Available at Nook's (Furniture) 51
Available at Nook's (Wallpaper/Carpet) 0
Available from Saharah (Wallpaper/Carpet) 3
Clothing 3
Creatures caught with a fishing rod 3
Creatures caught with a net 3
Festive Items 151
Flowers 5
Fossils (Excluding Skeletons) 300
Fossils (Skeletons) 1,000
Gifts from Nintendo (over WFC, Mario Theme) 210
Gifts from neighbors (Birthday Cake) 1,111
Gulliver Items 412
Gyroids 828
House Models (HRA Rewards) 1,111
Lost Kitten Items 1,280
Museum Model (From Completing the Museum) 1,111
Pascal Items 1,543
Red Turnip Trade Item 325
Redd Items (Excluding Paintings)* 412
Redd Items (Non-forged Paintings) 151
Savings Account Prize 912
Shells 3
Spotlight Items (at Nook's) 151
Store Models (From Nook Membership) 1,111
Texture/Pattern** 3
Town Event Items 1,111
Trophies (Bug, Fishing, Flower) 800
Umbrellas 3
Villager Pictures 3,200

Complete Necessities of Life*** (same series) 5,000
Complete Necessities of Life*** (diff series) 1,000
Completed Furniture Series 20,000
WITH Wallpaper OR Carpet of Same Series 25,000
WITH Wallpaper AND Carpet of Same Series 30,000
Wallpaper AND Carpet of the same Theme 3,000
Completed Theme (with wall & carpet)
3,000 + (# of Theme items x 3,000)
Completed Furniture Set (per item) 1,000
Properly placed Feng Shui items # of items x 100
Lucky Items (per item) 7,777
Category items**** (per item) 400
90% Color Bonus***** # of total items x 600
70% Color Bonus # of total items x 200
90% Genre Bonus****** # of total items x 300
70% Genre Bonus # of total items x 100

Point Deduction
Items on Floor # of items x -1
Unusable Items # of items x -100
Items Facing Walls # of items x -100

HRA point Prizes*
One-Story mode 70,000 points
Two-Story Model 100,000 points
Mansion Model 150,000 points

*umbrella, clothes, or painting
**These items must be Redd items, not Nook items sold at
Redd's tent. To determine whether an item is a "Redd"
item, use the Furniture list.
***Necessities of life include a bed, table, chair,
wardrobe, dresser/bureau
****You need at least 8 items from the same Category
(Plants, Musical Instruments, Paintings, or Models) to
receive a Category Bonus.
*****You need at least 10 items in the room to be eligible
for a Color Bonus. One color must dominate over 90% of
the room to receive this bonus. (70% for the 70% Color
Bonus)
******You need at least 10 items in the room to be
eligible for a Genre Bonus. Modern or Retro OR Lovely
or Chic must dominate 90% of the room to receive this
bonus. You can receive this bonus twice (for Modern vs.
Retro and Lovely vs. Chic). (70% for the 70% Genre
Bonus)

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5.ac Roommates
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When you start up the game for the first time, Kappn will only ask about things like your name (seeing as the time
and all is already set by the first player). When you move into the house, you get a bed set in your desinated
save room.

When your playing, the other player character is "asleep". You cannot do anything to them while they sleep. However in the other rooms of the house your character can pick up or sell anything the other roommate might own. Everything in the house is shared along with the morgage.

However the insurance that you can buy only covers the individual player. The other player has to buy their own.
Also the savings account belongs to each individual, you can't share a savings account. Apart from this nothing
much else changes. The animals sometimes mention the other player character in conversation but thats it.

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6.a Your Town
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6.aa Villagers
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Here are all of the names of the villagers and their
catchphrase (When the villagers say their catch phrases
they do not have any capitals, unless it's all in
capitals)

Villagers Catch Phrase Species Birthday
Agent S Ace Squirrel
Alfonso Chaps Alligator
Alice Guvnor Mouse
Alli Graaagh Alligator
Amelia Eaglet Eagle
Anabelle Snorty Ant Eater
Anchovy Chuurp Bird
Angus Macmoo Bull
Antonio Honk Ant Eater
Apollo Pah Eagle
Aurora B-b-baby Penguin
Baabara Daahling Sheep
Bella Eeks Mouse
Benedict Uh-hoo Rooster
Big Top Villian Elephant
Bill Quako Duck
Biskit Dawg Dog
Blaire Nutlet Mouse
Bluebear Peach Bear
Bob Pthhpt Cat
Bones Yip-yip Dog
Boone Baboom Baboon
Bree Cheeseball Mouse
Buck Pardner Horse
Bud Maaan Lion
Bunnie Tee-hee Rabbit
Butch ROOOOOWF* Dog
Camofrog Ten-hut Frog
Caroline Hulaaaa Squirrel
Cesar Highness Monkey
Chevre La ba Goat
Chief Harrumph Wolf
Chow Aiya Bear
Coco Doyoing Rabbit
Cube D-d-dude Penguin
Curly Nyoink Pig
Curt Fuzzball Bear
Cyrano ah-CHOO* Anteater
Daisy bow WOW* Dog
Deena Sugarbill Duck
Derwin Derrrr Duck
Dizzy Woo-oo Elephant
Dora Squeaky Mouse
Dotty Wee one Rabbit
Drake Quacko Duck
Drift Brah Frog
Egbert Doodle-duh Chicken
Elmer Tenderfoot Horse
Eloise Tooot Elephant
Elvis Unh-huhn Lion
Filbert Bucko Chipmunk
Freckles Ducky Duck
Friga Brrrmph Penguin
Frobert Fribbit Frog
Gabi Honeybun Rabbit
Gaston Mon chou Rabbit
Genji Otaku Rabbit
Gladys Strech Ostrich
Goldie Woof Dog
Goose Buh-kay Chicken
Gwen H-h-h-hon Penguin
Hopper Slushie Penguin
Hugh Snortie Pig
Jay Heeeeey Bird
Jeremiah Nee-deep Frog
Jitters Bzzert Bird
Joey Bleeeeeck Duck
Kabuki meooo-OH* Cat
Kid Cat Psst Cat
Kiki Kittyca Cat
Kitt Child Kangaroo
Kody Grah grah Teddy Bear
Lily Toady Frog
Limberg Squinky Mouse
Lobo Ah-rooooo Wolf
Lucky Rrr-owch Dog
Lucy Snooink Pig
Maelle Duckling Duck
Mallary Quackpth Duck
Maple Honey Teddy Bear
Margie Tootie Elephant
Marina Blurp Octopus
Mathilda Wee baby Kangaroo
Melba Toasty Koala
Mint Ahhhhh Chipmunk
Mitzi Mew Cat
Moe Myawn Cat
Monique Pffffft Cat
Nan Kid Goat
Nibbles Niblet Squirrel
Octavian Sucker Octopus
Olivia Purr Cat
Opal Snoot Elephant
Pango Snooooof Anteater
Pate Quakie Duck
Patty How now Cow
Peanut Slacker Chipmunk
Pecan Chipmunk Chipmunk
Peewee Li'l dude Gorilla
Pierce Hawkeye Eagle
Pinky Wah Bear
Pippy Li'l hare Rabbit
Pompom Rah rah Duck
Poncho Li'l bear Teddy Bear
Portia Ruffian Dog
Puddles Splish Frog
Pudge Pudgy Teddy Bear
Punchy Mrmpht Cat
Purrl Kitten Cat
Queenie Chicken Ostrich
Rasher Swine Boar
Rhonda Mrmpht Rhino
Ribbot Kitten Robot Frog 2/13
Roald B-b-buddy Penguin
Robin La-di-da Bird
Rocco Hippie Hippo
Rod Ace Mouse
Rodeo Chaps Bull
Rolf Grrrolf Tiger
Roscoe Nay Horse
Rosie Silly Cat
Rowan Mango Tiger
Ruby Li'l ears Rabbit
Sally Nutmeg Chipmunk
Samson Pipsqueak Mouse
Savannah Y'all Zebra
Snake Bunyip Rabbit
Static Krzzt Chipmunk
Stitches Stuffin' Teddy Bear
Tabby me-WOW* Cat
Tangy reeeeOWR* Cat
Tank kerPOW* Rhino
Teddy Grooof Bear
Tiffany Bun bun Rabbit
Tipper Pushy Cow
Truffles Snoutie Pig
Twiggy Cheepers Bird
Vesta Baafffo Sheep
Victoria Sugarcube Horse
Walker Wuh Dog
Wart Jr. Grr-ribbit Frog
Whitney Snappy Wolf
Wolfgang Snarrrl Wolf
Yuka Tsk tsk Koala

http://www.animalxing.com/acdscharacters.php

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6.ab Speical Characters
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There are NPC visitors that come to your town from time to time, here is a list of them and when they come.


K.K. Slider
Where: The Café (aka The Roost)
When: Saturday 7:30pm to 12:00 midnight
What: gives you music

Redd
Where: in front of town hall
When: random weekday 6:00 am till midnight. Can be changed by talking to Lyle the day after redd shows.
What: get a password from neighbors to get in and buy stuff, all of the passwords are in the "Redd's Password Guide"
section.

Pete
Where: top screen.
When: random week day from 9am to 5pm.
What: shoot him down.

Lyle
Where: outside your house.
When: Saturday from 6am to 6pm.
What: buy insurance and tell him what day you want redd to come.

Pascal:
Where: on beach.
When: random weekday from 6am to midnight.
What: gives you pirate furniture and golden axe (trade).

Saharah:
Where: around town.
When: random weekday from 6am to midnight.
What: sells rare wallpaper and flooring.

Gracie
where: outside town hall.
When: random weekday from 6am to midnight.
what: wash her car to get rare clothes.

Wendell
Where: around town.
When: random weekday from 6am to midnight.
What: feed him to get interesting patterns, check the "Wendell Pattern Guide" section for more info.

Gulliver:
Where: top screen.
When: random weekday from 6am to midnight
What: find his ufo part by digging it up then shoot him down to give it to him and get a special gift.

Joan
Where: around town.
When: Sunday from 6am to midnight.
What: sells you turnips and red turnips.

Dr. Shrunk
Where: 6am to midnight.
When: random weekday from 6am to midnight.
What: gives you different emotion buttons.

Katrina
Where: in a tent around town.
When: random weekday from 6am to midnight
What: gives you a fortune.

Snowman
Where: push 2 snowballs to from the perfect snowman
When: December 25 to mid February
What: awards you with furniture from snowman set.

The Lost Kitten
Where: kitten is in one town mother is in the other.
When: random day (must visit another town)
What: reunite them to get special gifts.

Blanca
Where: somewhere in your town.
When: after you visit someone in Wifi.
What: Blanca will come to your town with either drawings on her face, or nothing at all. Either way you can draw on her face. The link below contains interesting drawings.

http://www.animalxing.com/blanca_ah.php

*The capitals in these chatchphrases are written exact the way they appear (the other catchphrases have no capitals.)

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6.ac Town Tunes
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If you would like to suggest me your own Town Tune, just go down to the contacts and E-mail me. There are two sets
of every letter besides the letter "f".

|Orange| Yellow|Green|BlueGreen| Blue |Purple|
| E | D C B | A G | f e d c | b a g | _ Z |

Key
Drag the note on _
Rest Z
Random Note ?
E, D, C, B, A, or G Higher Octave Notes
f, e, d, c, b, a, or g Lower Octave Notes


Animal Crossing Default Town Tune
g E _ g f D _ B C z d z c _ _ z

Animal Crossing: Wild World Default Town Tune
C E C g f g B D C z g z c _ _ z

Imperial March from Star Wars
A _ A _ A _ f C A _ f C A _ _ Z

The Simpsons theme
F _ _ A _ G _ D C _ _ A _ f _ D

Super Mario Bros. theme
e e _ e _ c e _ G _ _ Z g Z Z Z

Mario Sunshine - Bianca Hills
C D E C Z G e f e f D _ _ Z Z Z

The Legend Of Zelda theme
A _ e _ _ A A B C D E _ _ Z Z Z

Zelda: Orcarina of Time - Saria's Song
F A B _ F A B E D _ B C B G e _

EarthBound Theme
f A C B _ C _ A C G _ A _ _ _ z

Theme to Guardian Heroes
E g C F Z E Z D _ E C _ _ Z Z Z

Final Fantasy X - Suteki da Ne
c d e _ G _ d Z e _ d c a c c d

Final Fantasy 8 - Eyes on me
a C D E G E _ D E C _ a C D _ _

Metal Gear Solid Theme
A G F _ _ G A F A _ G _ _ z z z

Yoshi's Story
g g g g G Z g g Z e Z g a _ _ _

Everybody is Kung Fu Fighting
d d e e G _ B _ _ A _ _ A _ B _

Pirates of the Carribean
A B C _ _ B C _ D _ C _ D _ _ Z

Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
f _ c _ _ Z f e f e c d _ g _ _

Pink Floyd - The Wall
c d _ e _ d _ c d _ e _ c _ Z Z

My Chemical Romance - Helena
e e f f _ e _ G _ e _ f e f _ _

Ozzy Osbourne - Crazy Train
d d Z Z Z f f Z Z c c Z Z d d Z

Oh, Christmas Tree
g _ c z c c _ d _ e Z e e _ Z Z

chinese song
e e e e d z d z b z b z d _ z z

Daily Show Theme Song
C _ E C D E D C A _ C A g f Z Z


To create a song of your own, you can use this easy
program (Click on K.K. Slider at the bottom):

http://www.animal-crossing.com/create.jsp

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6.ad Flowers
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You can plant them diagonally or horizontally, both ways
have the same outcome.

Diagonal Horizontal
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|Flower| | |Flower|Flower|
| | | | | |
|______|______| OR |______|______|
| | | | | |
| |Flower| | | |
| | | | | |
|______|______| |______|______|


There are four main types of flowers, including Tulips,
Pansy's, Roses, and Cosmos. Each main type of flower has
three common colors which you can buy from Tom Nook.
These include red, white, and yellow. Then there are
random flowers, which apopear randomly. These include
Dandelions, Dandelion Puffs, and Jacob's Ladder. Pink
Purple and Orange flowers are not sold at Nook's.


Rose Flowers Possible Flowers
Red & Red Red & Black*
Red & White Red, White, & Pink
Red & Yellow Red, Yellow, & Orange
White & White White & Purple
White & Yellow White & Yellow
Yellow & Yellow Yellow
Black & Purple Black*, Purple, & Blue
Black & Golden Golden
Watering Can**

Tulips Flowers Possible Flowers
Red & Red Red & Black
Red & White Red, White, & Pink
Red & Yellow Red, Yellow, & Purple
White & White White
White & Yellow White & Yellow
Yellow & Yellow Yellow
Black & Purple Yellow & Black

Pansies Flowers Possible Flowers
Red & Red Red & Purple
Red & White Red & White
Red & Yellow Red, Yellow, & Orange
White & White White & Purple
White & Yellow White & Yellow
Yellow & Yellow Yellow

Cosmos Flowers Possible Flowers
Red & Red Red & Black
Red & White Red, White, & Pink
Red & Yellow Red, Sun, & Orange
White & White White
White & Sun White & Sun
Sun & Sun Sun

Other Flowers How to obtain
Dandelions Random
Dandelion Puffs Random
Jacob's Ladder Random***
Lucky Clovers Random****

Flowers Sell Price
All Red Flowers 40
All White Flowers 40
All Yellow Flowers 40
Pink Roses 80
Orange Roses 80
Purple Roses 240
Black Roses 450
Blue Roses 2500
Gold Roses 2500
Pink Tulip 80
Purple Tulip 80
Black Tulip 240
Purple Pansies 80
Orange Pansies 80
Blue Pansies 240
Pink Cosmos 80
Orange Cosmos 80
Black Cosmos 240


*Black Roses result from a combination of flowers who,
when crossbreed make no other flower but themself. (exampe:
Red Rose + Red Rose, Gold Rose + Gold Rose) There is a 2%
chance that it will become a Black Rose.

**Water a withering black flower with a golden watering can.

***You must have a perfect town rating to be able to get
one of these.

****There is no proof were these come from, but they do not
come from dead flowers or weeds (as far as anyone knows.)

http://www.animalxing.com/hybrids.php

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6.ae Fruits & Trees
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Fruits & Trees may seem like an unhelpful section but it's not, if your thinking of growing an orchard, this will be your bible.


Trees
Sapling
Cedar Sapling

Fruits
Acorn*
Apple
Cherry
Coconut
Orange
Peach
Pear


How Long do trees take to grow?
Trees take four days to grow (regardless of the type of tree), and two days to replenish its fruits

Why aren't my Coconut Trees growing?
Coconuts have to be planted next to the beach. The farthest a cococnut can be planted is 10 spaces away from where the sand ends. You cannot plant it on the sand.

Why aren't my Bell Trees growing bells?
Bell trees take one week to grow bells, most of the time unless you improve your fheng shui, they wont grow. Don't forget to plant them with a golden shovel!

Why won't they still grow?
Trees won't grow if they Touch anything else.
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| | | | Nothing occupies
|______|______|______| the blank spaces.
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| | Tree | |
| | | |
|______|______|______|
| | | |
| | | |
| | | |
|______|______|______|

Trees won't grow if They are surrounded by eight other
trees. The below diagram is to show what I mean by
surrounded by, the below diagram is impossible to do.
Please E-mail me if I am wrong.
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| | | | | |
| Tree | | Tree | | Tree |
| | | | | |
|______|______|______|______|______|
| | | | | |
| | | | | |
| | | | | |
|______|______|______|______|______|
| | | | | |
| Tree | | Tree | | Tree |
| | | | | |
|______|______|______|______|______|
| | | | | |
| | | | | |
| | | | | |
|______|______|______|______|______|
| | | | | |
| Tree | | Tree | | Tree |
| | | | | |
|______|______|______|______|______|

Trees will grow if they are Close to a Sign, but they will
disapear when a Villager builds there.
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| | | | | | | |
| Tree | Tree | Tree | Tree | Tree | Tree | Tree |
| | | | | | | |
|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|
| | | | | | | |
| Tree | No | No | No | No | No | Tree |
| | Tree | Tree | Tree | Tree | Tree | |
|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|
| | | | | | | |
| Tree | No | No | No | No | No | Tree |
| | Tree | Tree | Tree | Tree | Tree | |
|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|
| | | | | | | |
| Tree | No | No | Sign | No | No | Tree |
| | Tree | Tree | | Tree | Tree | |
|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|
| | | | | | | |
| Tree | No | No | No | No | No | Tree |
| | Tree | Tree | Tree | Tree | Tree | |
|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|
| | | | | | | |
| Tree | No | No | No | No | No | Tree |
| | Tree | Tree | Tree | Tree | Tree | |
|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|
| | | | | | | |
| Tree | Tree | Tree | No | Tree | Tree | Tree |
| | | | Tree | | | |
|______|______|______|______|______|______|______|


*Avalible during the Acorn Festival, you cannot grow these
into a tree.

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6.af Turnips & The Stalk Market
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Turnips are an easy way to gain bells, as well as lose bells. There are two types of Turnips, red turnips which are almost foolproof way to get 15,000 bells in a week. White turnips are a little more risky. Joan sells both turnips on sunday mornings.


Red Turnips
Joan sells these for 1,000 bells and you can only buy one red turnip each week. You will need to plant this into the ground and water it with your watering can everyday for one week. It will become fully grown and Tom Nook will buy it from you for 16,000 bells! You also need this to get a golden axe. You can only buy one red turnip each week.

White Turnips
White turnips price varies. Although the max amount of bells Tom buys these from is about 600 bells each, 100 bells is usualy a lot to buy white turnips for since most of the time the peak is 70 bells. These rott within a week so you better sell them quick. Once rotten, these are worth nothing! Wifi is a good idea when you try to sell these. Something most people don't know is that everyday at 12:00pm the price changes again, make sure you take note of that.

Here is a trick to bypass the rotten turnips! First get a table and place it in your house. Now take any item preferred item is fishing pole or shovel and set it down in front of the table, now stand directly on that item and try to place your turnips on the ground. Instead of the turnips falling on the ground they go onto the table.
This prevents any spoiling as opposed to setting them on the ground.

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6.ag Weather
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Do you want to know the weather tomorrow? If you have a T.V. turn it on at 15 minutes til the next hour (xx:45) then it will tell you tomorrow's the weather.


Rain
Good time to go fishing, rarer fish are easier to catch, but a bad time to catch air bugs.

Snow
Good time to go fishing, rarer fish are easier to catch, but a bad time to go bug catching.

Thunderstorms
If your town is experiencing a thunderstorm, then be sure to visit your town's waterfall the next day. If you didn't time travel or cheat in anyway, then you should see a rainbow across the top.

Sunnydays
You can get a tan during sunny days, it will wear off after a while.

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6.ah Buildings in Town
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Your House
You may not go to it a lot but this is where you can store your furniture, you are also albe to save here but its much faster to use the quick save feature. For house upgrades check the "House Upgrades" section.

Nook's Shop
This is where you will go most of the time, you can sell fish, bugs, fossils, furniture. You can buy furniture, carpeting, wallpaper... so on. Nook can also upgrade his store when you buy enough stuff from him. Here are the upgrades:

1. Nooks Cranny Avalible from start
2. Nook 'n' Go Spend/Sell 25000 bells worth
3. Nookway Spend/Sell 65000 bells worth
4. Nookingtons* Spend/Sell 240000 bells worth
and have a friend shop at the
store.

When you buy things at Nook's shop, your PIM point total goes up. When you reach a specific point total, it will result in a new level of membership. Later Nook will send you a letter with a present congradulating you on reaching the new status. For every 100 bells you spend, you earn one point.

Unlockable How to Unlock
Nook's Cranny Model 300 Points
Nook' n Go Model & 5,000
5% Store Discount
Nookway Model & 10,000
10% Store Discount
Nookington's Model & 20,000
20% Store Discount

Town Hall/Post Office
This is where you send letters, give donations, pay off your morgage, recyle items (even though selling is a much better idea), put your extra money into your account, and change your town tune. You can also see what your villages like and don't like about your town and if you want to move, this is where you can do it. Donating will give you feather, although it is not worth it.

Green Feather Donate 10,000 Bells
Blue Feather Donate 200,000 Bells
Yellow Feather Donate 500,000 Bells
Red Feather Donate 800,000 Bells
Purple Feather Donate 1,100,000 Bells
White Feathe Donate 1,400,000 Bells
Rainbow Feather Donate 6,400,000 Bells

Town Gate
This is where you can let people come into your town if you have Wifi avaliable. Also, Booker will give you stuff that was lost in your town for free, even if you
didn't lose it.

Museum
The Museum is where you donate Fish, Bugs, Fossils, and Paintings. If you go downstairs you can buy coffee for 200 bells, and if you go upstairs you can make your own constilations. Sometimes people will vist the the Café (aka The Roost), below are the times.

Appearances at the Café (The Roost)
Harriet** 11:00pm - 12:00am, Mon - Fri.
Kapp'n 12:00pm - 1:30pm, all week
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, all week
2:30pm - 4:00pm, all week

Able Sisters Shop
This is where you make your own clothes, umbrellas, hats, and floor patterns. If you want to make more elabrate patterns, you can use one of these web pages, the secound one you would have to donwload.

http://www.dsmeet.com/decalmaker/acww.html

http://proth.bravepages.com/anicrodesapro/index.html

Villagers Houses
Villagers houses don't have much to them at all
although when a new villager moves in, if you go into
their house, they accually have moving boxes all over.


*Nookingtons now comes with a hair saloon.
**Must have Nookingtons for her to come.

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6.ai Calendar
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January 1st
Countdown & New Years Day: December 31st - January 1st.

January 14th
La-Di-Day: All day long every second saturday of odd-numbered months.

January 15th
Fishing Tourny: 12:00pm - 6:00pm every third sunday of
January, March, May, November and December. 12:00pm -6:00pm every fourth sunday of February, April and
October.

January 22nd
Yay Day: All day long every fourth Sunday of every month.

Febuary 4th
Flea Market: All day long every first Saturday of each month (except in january & August).

Febuary 6th through 12th
Bright Nights: All week long during the second week of February.

Febuary 26th
Fishing Tourny: 12:00pm - 6:00pm every third sunday of January, March, May, November and December. 12:00pm -
6:00pm every fourth sunday of February, April and October.

March 4th
Flea Market: All day long every first Saturday of each month (except in january & August).

March 11th
La-Di-Day: All day long every second saturday of odd-numbered monthes.

March 19th
Fishing Tourny: 12:00pm - 6:00pm every third sunday of January, March, May, November and December. 12:00pm -
6:00pm every fourth sunday of February, April and October.

March 26
Yay Day: All day long every fourth Sunday of every
month.

April 1st
Flea Market: All day long every first Saturday of each
month (except in january & August).

April 3rd through 9th
Flower Fest: All week long during the second week of
April.

April 23rd
Fishing Tourny: 12:00pm - 6:00pm every third sunday of
January, March, May, November and December. 12:00pm -
6:00pm every fourth sunday of February, April and
October.

May 6th
Flea Market: All day long every first Saturday of each
month (except in january & August).

May 13th
La-Di-Day: All day long every second saturday of
odd-numbered monthes.

May 21st
Fishing Tourny: 12:00pm - 6:00pm every third sunday of
January, March, May, November and December. 12:00pm -
6:00pm every fourth sunday of February, April and
October.

May 28th
Yay Day: All day long every fourth Sunday of every month.

June 3rd
Flea Market: All day long every first Saturday of each
month (except in january & August).

June 18th
The Bug Off: 12:00pm - 6:00pm every third Sunday of
June, July, August and September.

July 1st
Flea Market: All day long every first Saturday of each
month (except in january & August).

July 8th
La-Di-Day: All day long every second saturday of
odd-numbered monthes.

July 16th
The Bug Off: 12:00pm - 6:00pm every third Sunday of
June, July, August and September.

July 23rd
Yay Day: All day long every fourth Sunday of every month.

August 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th
Fireworks Show: 7:00pm - 12:00am every Saturday of August.

August 20th
The Bug Off: 12:00pm - 6:00pm every third Sunday of
June, July, August and September.

September 2nd
Flea Market: All day long every first Saturday of each
month (except in january & August).

September 9th
La-Di-Day: All day long every second saturday of
odd-numbered monthes.

September 17th
The Bug Off: 12:00pm - 6:00pm every third Sunday of
June, July, August and September.

September 24th
Yay Day: All day long every fourth Sunday of every month.

October 7th
Flea Market: All day long every first Saturday of each
month (except in january & August).

October 9th through 15th
Acorn Festival: All week long during the second week
of October.

October 22nd
Fishing Tourny: 12:00pm - 6:00pm every third sunday of
January, March, May, November and December. 12:00pm -
6:00pm every fourth sunday of February, April and
October.

November 4th
Flea Market: All day long every first Saturday of each
month (except in january & August).

November 11th
La-Di-Day: All day long every second saturday of
odd-numbered months.

November 19th
Fishing Tourny: 12:00pm - 6:00pm every third sunday of January, March, May, November and December. 12:00pm -
6:00pm every fourth sunday of February, April and October.

November 26th
Yay Day: All day long every fourth Sunday of every month.

December 2nd
Flea Market: All day long every first Saturday of each month (except in january & August).

December 17th
Fishing Tourny: 12:00pm - 6:00pm every third sunday of January, March, May, November and December. 12:00pm -
6:00pm every fourth sunday of February, April and October.

December 31st
Countdown & New Years Day: December 31st - January 1st.


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7.aa Fish
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Fish Name: Sell Price; Where, When (Month), When (Time);
Peak (Rare)


Angelfish: 3,000 Bells; river, May to October, morning-night (rare)
Arapaima: 10,000 Bells; river (rare) July to September, all day.
Arowana: 10,000 Bells; river (rare) June to September, all day.
Barbel Steed: 200 Bells; river all year, all day.
Barred Knifejaw: 5,000 Bells; ocean (rare) March to November, all day.
Bitterling: 900 Bells; river November to February,all day.
Black Bass: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Blue Gill: 120 Bells; river all year, noon.
Blue Marlin: 10,000 Bells; ocean (rare) July to Sept, all day.
Carp: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Cat Fish: 800 Bells; pond May to October, morning, evening, night.
Char: 3,800 Bells; waterfall Mar to June and September to November, morning, evening.
Cherry Salmon: 1,000 Bells; river March to June and September to November, morning, evening.
Clownfish: 650 Bells; ocean April to September, all day and May to August, noon.
Coelacanth: 15,000 Bells; ocean during rain or snow (rare) all year, morning , evening, night.
Craw Fish: 250 Bells; holding pond April to Sept, all day.
Crucian Carp: 120 Bells; river all year, all day.
Dab: 300 Bells; ocean October to April, all day.
Dace: 200 Bells; river all year, morning, evening, night.
Dorado: 15,000 Bells; river (rare) June to September,morning, noon, evening.
Eel: 2,000 Bells; river June to Sept, morning, evening,night.
Football Fish: 2,500 Bells; ocean (rare) November to March, morning, evening, night.
Freshwater Goby: 300 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning, evening, night.
Frog: 120 Bells; holding pond May to August, all day.
Gar: 6,000 Bells; pond (rare) June to September, morning, evening, night.
Giant Snakehead: 5,500 Bells; pond July to August, noon.
Gold Fish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.
Guppy: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) April to November, noon.
Hammerhead Shark: 8,000 Bells; ocean (rare) June to September, all day.
Horse Mackeral: 150 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Jelly Fish: 100 Bells; ocean August, all day.
Killifish: 300 Bells; holding pond (rare) April to August, all day.
King Salmon: 1,800 Bells; river (rare) September, all day.
Koi: 2,000 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning, evening, night.
Loach: 300 Bells; river March to May, all day.
Ocean Sunfish: 4,000 Bells; ocean (rare) April to September, morning noon, evening.
Octopus: 500 Bells; Ocean September to January and March to July, all day.
Olive Flounder: 800 Bells; Ocean (rare) all year, all day.
Pale Chub: 200 Bells; river all year, noon.
Piranha: 2,500 Bells; river (rare) June to September, noon, night.
Pond Smelt: 300 Bells; pond December to February, all day.
Popeyed Goldfish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.
Puffer Fish: 240 Bells; ocean July to September, all day and August, all day.
Rainbow Trout: 800 Bells; river March to June and September to November, morning, evening.
Red Snapper: 3,000 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Salmon: 700 Bells; river September, all day.
Sea Bass: 160 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Sea Butterfly: 1,000 Bells; ocean December to February, all day.
Seahorse: 1,100 Bells; ocean April to November, all day and May to September, noon.
Shark: 15,000 Bells; ocean (rare) June to September, morning, evening, night.
Squid: 400 Bells; Ocean December to Aug, all day.
Stringfish: $15,000 Bells; river, December to February, morning, evening, night. (rare)
Sweetfish: $900; river July to September, all day.
Tuna: $7,000; ocean (rare) November to March, all day.
Yellow Perch: $240; river October to March or November to February, all day.
Zebra Turkey Fish: $400; ocean April to November, all day and May to September, noon.




This section of fish is separated in months, it's a quick
reference so you could see what fish you could catch.

Month When (Month), When (Time); Fish Peak Time (Rare)

January
Barbel Steed: 200 Bells; river all year, all day.
Bitterling: 900 Bells; river November to February, all day.
Black Bass: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Blue Gill: 120 Bells; river all year, noon.
Carp: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Coelacanth: 15,000 Bells; ocean during rain or snow
(rare) all year, morning , evening, night.
Crucian Carp: 120 Bells; river all year, all day.
Dab: 300 Bells; ocean October to April, all day.
Dace: 200 Bells; river all year, morning, evening, night.
Football Fish: 2,500 Bells; ocean (rare) November to
March, morning, evening, night.
Freshwater Goby: 300 Bells; river (rare) all year,
morning, evening, night.
Gold Fish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.
Horse Mackeral: 150 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Koi: 2,000 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning,
evening, night.
Octopus: 500 Bells; Ocean September to January and March
to July, all day.
Olive Flounder: 800 Bells; Ocean (rare) all year, all day.
Pale Chub: 200 Bells; river all year, noon.
Pond Smelt: 300 Bells; pond December to February, all day.
Popeyed Goldfish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.
Red Snapper: 3,000 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Sea Bass: 160 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Sea Butterfly: 1,000 Bells; ocean December to February,
all day.
Squid: 400 Bells; Ocean December to Aug, all day.
Stringfish: $15,000 Bells; river, December to February,
morning, evening, night. (rare)
Tuna: $7,000; ocean (rare) November to March, all day.
Yellow Perch: $240; river October to March or November
to February, all day.

Febuary
Barbel Steed: 200 Bells; river all year, all day.
Bitterling: 900 Bells; river November to February, all day.
Black Bass: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Blue Gill: 120 Bells; river all year, noon.
Carp: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Coelacanth: 15,000 Bells; ocean during rain or snow (rare)
all year, morning , evening, night.
Crucian Carp: 120 Bells; river all year, all day.
Dab: 300 Bells; ocean October to April, all day.
Dace: 200 Bells; river all year, morning, evening, night.
Football Fish: 2,500 Bells; ocean (rare) November to March,
morning, evening, night.
Freshwater Goby: 300 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning,
evening, night.
Gold Fish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.
Horse Mackeral: 150 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Koi: 2,000 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning,
evening, night.
Olive Flounder: 800 Bells; Ocean (rare) all year, all day.
Pale Chub: 200 Bells; river all year, noon.
Pond Smelt: 300 Bells; pond December to February, all day.
Popeyed Goldfish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year,
all day.
Pond Smelt: 300 Bells; pond December to February, all day.
Popeyed Goldfish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year,
all day.
Sea Bass: 160 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Sea Butterfly: 1,000 Bells; ocean December to February, all day.
Squid: 400 Bells; Ocean December to Aug, all day.
Stringfish: $15,000 Bells; river, December to February,
morning, evening, night. (rare)
Tuna: $7,000; ocean (rare) November to March, all day.
Yellow Perch: $240; river October to March or November
to February, all day.

March
Barbel Steed: 200 Bells; river all year, all day.
Barred Knifejaw: 5,000 Bells; ocean (rare) March to
November, all day.
Black Bass: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Blue Gill: 120 Bells; river all year, noon.
Carp: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Char: 3,800 Bells; waterfall Mar to June and September
to November, morning, evening.
Cherry Salmon: 1,000 Bells; river March to June and
September to November, morning, evening.
Coelacanth: 15,000 Bells; ocean during rain or snow
(rare) all year, morning , evening, night.
Crucian Carp: 120 Bells; river all year, all day.
Dab: 300 Bells; ocean October to April, all day.
Dace: 200 Bells; river all year, morning, evening, night.
Football Fish: 2,500 Bells; ocean (rare) November
to March, morning, evening, night.
Freshwater Goby: 300 Bells; river (rare) all year,
morning, evening, night.
Gold Fish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.
Horse Mackeral: 150 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Koi: 2,000 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning,
evening, night.
Loach: 300 Bells; river March to May, all day.
Octopus: 500 Bells; Ocean September to January and
March to July, all day.
Olive Flounder: 800 Bells; Ocean (rare) all year, all day.
Pale Chub: 200 Bells; river all year, noon.
Popeyed Goldfish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year,
all day.
Rainbow Trout: 800 Bells; river March to June and
September to November, morning, evening.
Red Snapper: 3,000 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Sea Bass: 160 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Squid: 400 Bells; Ocean December to Aug, all day.
Tuna: $7,000; ocean (rare) November to March, all day.
Yellow Perch: $240; river October to March or
November to February, all day.

April
Barbel Steed: 200 Bells; river all year, all day.
Barred Knifejaw: 5,000 Bells; ocean (rare) March
to November, all day.
Black Bass: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Blue Gill: 120 Bells; river all year, noon.
Carp: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Char: 3,800 Bells; waterfall Mar to June and
September to November, morning, evening.
Cherry Salmon: 1,000 Bells; river March to June and
September to November, morning, evening.
Clownfish: 650 Bells; ocean April to September, all
day and May to August, noon.
Coelacanth: 15,000 Bells; ocean during rain or snow
(rare) all year, morning , evening, night.
Craw Fish: 250 Bells; holding pond April to Sept, all day.
Crucian Carp: 120 Bells; river all year, all day.
Dab: 300 Bells; ocean October to April, all day.
Dace: 200 Bells; river all year, morning, evening, night.
Freshwater Goby: 300 Bells; river (rare) all year,
morning, evening, night.
Gold Fish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.
Guppy: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) April to November, noon.
Horse Mackeral: 150 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Killifish: 300 Bells; holding pond (rare) April
to August, all day.
Koi: 2,000 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning,
evening, night.
Loach: 300 Bells; river March to May, all day.
Ocean Sunfish: 4,000 Bells; ocean (rare) April to
September, morning noon, evening.
Octopus: 500 Bells; Ocean September to January and
March to July, all day.
Olive Flounder: 800 Bells; Ocean (rare) all year,
all day.
Pale Chub: 200 Bells; river all year, noon.
Popeyed Goldfish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all
year, all day.
Rainbow Trout: 800 Bells; river March to June and
September to November, morning, evening.
Red Snapper: 3,000 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Sea Bass: 160 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Seahorse: 1,100 Bells; ocean April to November,
all day and May to September, noon.
Squid: 400 Bells; Ocean December to Aug, all day.
Zebra Turkey Fish: $400; ocean April to November,
all day and May to September, noon.

May
Angelfish: 3,000 Bells; river, May to October,
morning-night. (rare)
Barbel Steed: 200 Bells; river all year, all day.
Barred Knifejaw: 5,000 Bells; ocean (rare)
March to November, all day.
Black Bass: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Blue Gill: 120 Bells; river all year, noon.
Carp: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Cat Fish: 800 Bells; pond May to October,
morning, evening, night.
Char: 3,800 Bells; waterfall Mar to June and
September to November, morning, evening.
Cherry Salmon: 1,000 Bells; river March to June
and September to November, morning, evening.
Clownfish: 650 Bells; ocean April to September,
all day and May to August, noon.
Coelacanth: 15,000 Bells; ocean during rain or
snow (rare) all year, morning , evening, night.
Craw Fish: 250 Bells; holding pond April to
Sept, all day.
Crucian Carp: 120 Bells; river all year, all day.
Dace: 200 Bells; river all year, morning,
evening, night.
Freshwater Goby: 300 Bells; river (rare) all
year, morning, evening, night.
Frog: 120 Bells; holding pond May to August, all day.
Gold Fish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.
Guppy: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) April to
November, noon.
Horse Mackeral: 150 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Killifish: 300 Bells; holding pond (rare) April
to August, all day.
Koi: 2,000 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning,
evening, night.
Loach: 300 Bells; river March to May, all day.
Ocean Sunfish: 4,000 Bells; ocean (rare) April
to September, morning noon, evening.
Octopus: 500 Bells; Ocean September to January
and March to July, all day.
Olive Flounder: 800 Bells; Ocean (rare) all year, all day.
Pale Chub: 200 Bells; river all year, noon.
Popeyed Goldfish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare)
all year, all day.
Rainbow Trout: 800 Bells; river March to June
and September to November, morning, evening.
Red Snapper: 3,000 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Sea Bass: 160 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Seahorse: 1,100 Bells; ocean April to November,
all day and May to September, noon.
Squid: 400 Bells; Ocean December to Aug, all day.
Zebra Turkey Fish: $400; ocean April to November,
all day and May to September, noon.

June
Angelfish: 3,000 Bells; river, May to October,
morning-night. (rare)
Arowana: 10,000 Bells; river (rare) June to
September, all day.
Barbel Steed: 200 Bells; river all year, all day.
Barred Knifejaw: 5,000 Bells; ocean (rare)
March to November, all day.
Black Bass: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Blue Gill: 120 Bells; river all year, noon.
Carp: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Cat Fish: 800 Bells; pond May to October,
morning, evening, night.
Char: 3,800 Bells; waterfall Mar to June and
September to November, morning, evening.
Cherry Salmon: 1,000 Bells; river March to
June and September to November, morning, evening.
Clownfish: 650 Bells; ocean April to September,
all day and May to August, noon.
Coelacanth: 15,000 Bells; ocean during rain
or snow (rare) all year, morning , evening, night.
Craw Fish: 250 Bells; holding pond April to
Sept, all day.
Crucian Carp: 120 Bells; river all year, all day.
Dace: 200 Bells; river all year, morning,
evening, night.
Dorado: 15,000 Bells; river (rare) June to
September, morning, noon, evening.
Eel: 2,000 Bells; river June to Sept, morning,
evening, night.
Freshwater Goby: 300 Bells; river (rare) all
year, morning, evening, night.
Frog: 120 Bells; holding pond May to August, all day.
Gar: 6,000 Bells; pond (rare) June to September,
morning, evening, night.
Gold Fish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year,
all day.
Guppy: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) April to
November, noon.
Hammerhead Shark: 8,000 Bells; ocean (rare) June
to September, all day.
Horse Mackeral: 150 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Killifish: 300 Bells; holding pond (rare) April
to August, all day.
Koi: 2,000 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning,
evening, night.
Ocean Sunfish: 4,000 Bells; ocean (rare) April
to September, morning noon, evening.
Olive Flounder: 800 Bells; Ocean (rare) all
year, all day.
Pale Chub: 200 Bells; river all year, noon.
Piranha: 2,500 Bells; river (rare) June to
September, noon, night.
Popeyed Goldfish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all
year, all day.
Rainbow Trout: 800 Bells; river March to June and
September to November, morning, evening.
Red Snapper: 3,000 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Sea Bass: 160 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Seahorse: 1,100 Bells; ocean April to November,
all day and May to September, noon.
Shark: 15,000 Bells; ocean (rare) June to September,
morning, evening, night.
Squid: 400 Bells; Ocean December to Aug, all day.
Zebra Turkey Fish: $400; ocean April to November,
all day and May to September, noon.

July
Angelfish: 3,000 Bells; river, May to October,
morning-night (rare)
Arapaima: 10,000 Bells; river (rare) July to
September, all day.
Arowana: 10,000 Bells; river (rare) June to
September, all day.
Barbel Steed: 200 Bells; river all year, all day.
Barred Knifejaw: 5,000 Bells; ocean (rare) March
to November, all day.
Black Bass: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Blue Gill: 120 Bells; river all year, noon.
Blue Marlin: 10,000 Bells; ocean (rare) July to
Sept, all day.
Carp: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Cat Fish: 800 Bells; pond May to October, morning,
evening, night.
Clownfish: 650 Bells; ocean April to September, all
day and May to August, noon.
Coelacanth: 15,000 Bells; ocean during rain or snow
(rare) all year, morning , evening, night.
Craw Fish: 250 Bells; holding pond April to Sept,
all day.
Crucian Carp: 120 Bells; river all year, all day.
Dace: 200 Bells; river all year, morning, evening,
night.
Dorado: 15,000 Bells; river (rare) June to September,
morning, noon, evening.
Eel: 2,000 Bells; river June to Sept, morning,
evening, night.
Freshwater Goby: 300 Bells; river (rare) all year,
morning, evening, night.
Frog: 120 Bells; holding pond May to August, all day.
Gar: 6,000 Bells; pond (rare) June to September,
morning, evening, night.
Giant Snakehead: 5,500 Bells; pond July to August, noon.
Gold Fish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.
Guppy: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) April to November, noon.
Hammerhead Shark: 8,000 Bells; ocean (rare) June to
September, all day.
Horse Mackeral: 150 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Killifish: 300 Bells; holding pond (rare) April to
August, all day.
Koi: 2,000 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning,
evening, night.
Ocean Sunfish: 4,000 Bells; ocean (rare) April to
September, morning noon, evening.
Octopus: 500 Bells; Ocean September to January and
March to July, all day.
Olive Flounder: 800 Bells; Ocean (rare) all year,
all day.
Pale Chub: 200 Bells; river all year, noon.
Piranha: 2,500 Bells; river (rare) June to September,
noon, night.
Popeyed Goldfish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all
year, all day.
Puffer Fish: 240 Bells; ocean July to September, all
day and August, all day.
Red Snapper: 3,000 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Sea Bass: 160 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Seahorse: 1,100 Bells; ocean April to November,
all day and May to September, noon.
Shark: 15,000 Bells; ocean (rare) June to September,
morning, evening, night.
Squid: 400 Bells; Ocean December to Aug, all day.
Sweetfish: $900; river July to September, all day.
Zebra Turkey Fish: $400; ocean April to November,
all day and May to September, noon.

August
Angelfish: 3,000 Bells; river, May to October,
morning-night (rare)
Arapaima: 10,000 Bells; river (rare) July to
September, all day.
Arowana: 10,000 Bells; river (rare) June to
September, all day.
Barbel Steed: 200 Bells; river all year, all day.
Barred Knifejaw: 5,000 Bells; ocean (rare) March
to November, all day.
Black Bass: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Blue Gill: 120 Bells; river all year, noon.
Blue Marlin: 10,000 Bells; ocean (rare) July to
Sept, all day.
Carp: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Cat Fish: 800 Bells; pond May to October, morning,
evening, night.
Clownfish: 650 Bells; ocean April to September,
all day and May to August, noon.
Coelacanth: 15,000 Bells; ocean during rain or snow
(rare) all year, morning , evening, night.
Craw Fish: 250 Bells; holding pond April to Sept.
all day.
Crucian Carp: 120 Bells; river all year, all day.
Dace: 200 Bells; river all year, morning, evening, night.
Dorado: 15,000 Bells; river (rare) June to September,
morning, noon, evening.
Eel: 2,000 Bells; river June to Sept, morning,
evening, night.
Freshwater Goby: 300 Bells; river (rare) all year,
morning, evening, night.
Frog: 120 Bells; holding pond May to August, all day.
Gar: 6,000 Bells; pond (rare) June to September,
morning, evening, night.
Giant Snakehead: 5,500 Bells; pond July to August, noon.
Gold Fish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.
Guppy: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) April to November, noon.
Hammerhead Shark: 8,000 Bells; ocean (rare) June to
September, all day.
Horse Mackeral: 150 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Jelly Fish: 100 Bells; ocean August, all day.
Killifish: 300 Bells; holding pond (rare) April to
August, all day.
Koi: 2,000 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning,
evening, night.
Ocean Sunfish: 4,000 Bells; ocean (rare) April to
September, morning noon, evening.
Olive Flounder: 800 Bells; Ocean (rare) all year, all day.
Pale Chub: 200 Bells; river all year, noon.
Piranha: 2,500 Bells; river (rare) June to September,
noon, night.
Popeyed Goldfish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year,
all day.
Puffer Fish: 240 Bells; ocean July to September,
all day and August, all day.
Red Snapper: 3,000 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Sea Bass: 160 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Seahorse: 1,100 Bells; ocean April to November, all
day and May to September, noon.
Shark: 15,000 Bells; ocean (rare) June to September,
morning, evening, night.
Squid: 400 Bells; Ocean December to Aug, all day.
Sweetfish: $900; river July to September, all day.
Zebra Turkey Fish: $400; ocean April to November,
all day and May to September, noon.

September
Angelfish: 3,000 Bells; river, May to October,
morning-night (rare)
Arapaima: 10,000 Bells; river (rare) July to September,
all day.
Arowana: 10,000 Bells; river (rare) June to September,
all day.
Barbel Steed: 200 Bells; river all year, all day.
Barred Knifejaw: 5,000 Bells; ocean (rare) March to
November, all day.
Black Bass: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Blue Gill: 120 Bells; river all year, noon.
Blue Marlin: 10,000 Bells; ocean (rare) July to Sept, all day.
Carp: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Cat Fish: 800 Bells; pond May to October, morning,
evening, night.
Char: 3,800 Bells; waterfall Mar to June and September
to November, morning, evening.
Cherry Salmon: 1,000 Bells; river March to June and
September to November, morning, evening.
Clownfish: 650 Bells; ocean April to September, all
day and May to August, noon.
Coelacanth: 15,000 Bells; ocean during rain or snow
(rare) all year, morning , evening, night.
Craw Fish: 250 Bells; holding pond April to Sept, all day.
Crucian Carp: 120 Bells; river all year, all day.
Dace: 200 Bells; river all year, morning, evening, night.
Dorado: 15,000 Bells; river (rare) June to September,
morning, noon, evening.
Eel: 2,000 Bells; river June to Sept, morning, evening, night.
Freshwater Goby: 300 Bells; river (rare) all year,
morning, evening, night.
Gar: 6,000 Bells; pond (rare) June to September,
morning, evening, night.
Gold Fish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.
Guppy: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) April to November, noon.
Hammerhead Shark: 8,000 Bells; ocean (rare) June to
September, all day.
Horse Mackeral: 150 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
King Salmon: 1,800 Bells; river (rare) September, all day.
Koi: 2,000 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning,
evening, night.
Ocean Sunfish: 4,000 Bells; ocean (rare) April to
September, morning noon, evening.
Octopus: 500 Bells; Ocean September to January and
March to July, all day.
Olive Flounder: 800 Bells; Ocean (rare) all year, all day.
Pale Chub: 200 Bells; river all year, noon.
Piranha: 2,500 Bells; river (rare) June to September,
noon, night.
Popeyed Goldfish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all
year, all day.
Puffer Fish: 240 Bells; ocean July to September,
all day and August, all day.
Rainbow Trout: 800 Bells; river March to June and
September to November, morning, evening.
Red Snapper: 3,000 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Salmon: 700 Bells; river September, all day.
Sea Bass: 160 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Seahorse: 1,100 Bells; ocean April to November,
all day and May to September, noon.
Shark: 15,000 Bells; ocean (rare) June to September,
morning, evening, night.
Sweetfish: $900; river July to September, all day.
Zebra Turkey Fish: $400; ocean April to November,
all day and May to September, noon.

October
Angelfish: 3,000 Bells; river, May to October,
morning-night (rare)
Barbel Steed: 200 Bells; river all year, all day.
Barred Knifejaw: 5,000 Bells; ocean (rare) March
to November, all day.
Black Bass: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Blue Gill: 120 Bells; river all year, noon.
Carp: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Cat Fish: 800 Bells; pond May to October, morning,
evening, night.
Char: 3,800 Bells; waterfall Mar to June and
September to November, morning, evening.
Cherry Salmon: 1,000 Bells; river March to June and
September to November, morning, evening.
Coelacanth: 15,000 Bells; ocean during rain or snow
(rare) all year, morning , evening, night.
Crucian Carp: 120 Bells; river all year, all day.
Dab: 300 Bells; ocean October to April, all day.
Dace: 200 Bells; river all year, morning, evening, night.
Freshwater Goby: 300 Bells; river (rare) all year,
morning, evening, night.
Gold Fish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.
Guppy: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) April to November, noon.
Horse Mackeral: 150 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Koi: 2,000 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning,
evening, night.
Octopus: 500 Bells; Ocean September to January and
March to July, all day.
Olive Flounder: 800 Bells; Ocean (rare) all year,
all day.
Pale Chub: 200 Bells; river all year, noon.
Popeyed Goldfish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all
year, all day.
Rainbow Trout: 800 Bells; river March to June and
September to November, morning, evening.
Red Snapper: 3,000 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Sea Bass: 160 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Seahorse: 1,100 Bells; ocean April to November,
all day and May to September, noon.
Yellow Perch: $240; river October to March or
November to February, all day.
Zebra Turkey Fish: $400; ocean April to November,
all day and May to September, noon.

November
Barbel Steed: 200 Bells; river all year, all day.
Barred Knifejaw: 5,000 Bells; ocean (rare) March
to November, all day.
Bitterling: 900 Bells; river November to February,
all day.
Black Bass: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Blue Gill: 120 Bells; river all year, noon.
Carp: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Char: 3,800 Bells; waterfall Mar to June and
September to November, morning, evening.
Cherry Salmon: 1,000 Bells; river March to June and
September to November, morning, evening.
Coelacanth: 15,000 Bells; ocean during rain or snow
(rare) all year, morning , evening, night.
Crucian Carp: 120 Bells; river all year, all day.
Dab: 300 Bells; ocean October to April, all day.
Dace: 200 Bells; river all year, morning, evening,
night.
Football Fish: 2,500 Bells; ocean (rare) November
to March, morning, evening, night.
Freshwater Goby: 300 Bells; river (rare) all year,
morning, evening, night.
Gold Fish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.
Guppy: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) April to November, noon.
Horse Mackeral: 150 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Koi: 2,000 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning,
evening, night.
Octopus: 500 Bells; Ocean September to January and
March to July, all day.
Olive Flounder: 800 Bells; Ocean (rare) all year,
all day.
Pale Chub: 200 Bells; river all year, noon.
Popeyed Goldfish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all
year, all day.
Rainbow Trout: 800 Bells; river March to June and
September to November, morning, evening.
Red Snapper: 3,000 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Sea Bass: 160 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Seahorse: 1,100 Bells; ocean April to November,
all day and May to September, noon.
Tuna: $7,000; ocean (rare) November to March, all day.
Yellow Perch: $240; river October to March or
November to February, all day.
Zebra Turkey Fish: $400; ocean April to November,
all day and May to September, noon.

December
Barbel Steed: 200 Bells; river all year, all day.
Black Bass: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Blue Gill: 120 Bells; river all year, noon.
Carp: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Coelacanth: 15,000 Bells; ocean during rain or snow
(rare) all year, morning , evening, night.
Crucian Carp: 120 Bells; river all year, all day.
Dab: 300 Bells; ocean October to April, all day.
Dace: 200 Bells; river all year, morning, evening, night.
Football Fish: 2,500 Bells; ocean (rare) November to
March, morning, evening, night.
Freshwater Goby: 300 Bells; river (rare) all year,
morning, evening, night.
Gold Fish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.
Horse Mackeral: 150 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Koi: 2,000 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning,
evening, night.
Octopus: 500 Bells; Ocean September to January and
March to July, all day.
Olive Flounder: 800 Bells; Ocean (rare) all year, all day.
Pale Chub: 200 Bells; river all year, noon.
Pond Smelt: 300 Bells; pond December to February, all day.
Popeyed Goldfish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year,
all day.
Red Snapper: 3,000 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Sea Bass: 160 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Sea Butterfly: 1,000 Bells; ocean December to February,
all day.
Squid: 400 Bells; Ocean December to Aug, all day.
Stringfish: $15,000 Bells; river, December to February,
morning, evening, night. (rare)
Tuna: $7,000; ocean (rare) November to March, all day.
Yellow Perch: $240; river October to March or November
to February, all day.

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7.ab Bugs
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There are two different guides for bugs. The first one is
a full guide which includes all of the info. The secound
one is a quick reference for which bugs appear at what
month and what time.

NOTE: The first section is missing rare bugs, and the
section section is missing bugs that appear in Wild
World, it only has the Gamecube version, I will fix it.

Bug Name: Sell Price; Where, When (Month), When (Time);
Peak (Rare)


Agrias Butterfly: $3000; Flying (Near Flowers), 9am-4pm,
June-Sept
Ant: $80; Ground, 9pm-9am, All Year
Atlas Beetle: $8000; On Palm Trees, 9pm-4am, Jun-Aug
Banded Dragonfly: $4500; Flying Anywhere, 9am-4pm, Jul-Aug
Bee: $4500; In Trees, All Day, All Year
Bell Cricket: $430; In Grass, 4pm-4am, Sep-Oct
Birdwing (Butterfly): $3000; Flying (Near Flowers), 9am-4pm,
Jun-Sept
Brown Cicada: $200; On Trees, 9am-4pm Jul-Aug
Cockroach: $5; On Trees All Day All Year
Common Butterfly: $90; Flying (Near Flowers), 4am-4pm,
Mar-Sept; 9am-4pm, Apr-Jun
Cricket: $130; In Grass 9pm-4am Sept-Nov; 9pm-4am, Sept-Oct
Darner Dragonfly: $200; Flying Anywhere, 9am-4pm, Jun-Aug;
9am-4pm, June
Dung Beetle: $800; Near Snowballs, 4pm-4am, Dec-Feb
Dynastid Beetle: $1350; On Trees, 9pm-4am, Jul-Aug
Elephant Beetle: $8000; On Palm Trees, 9pm-4am, Jun-Aug
Emperor (Butterfly): $2500; Flying (Near Flowers),
9am-4pm, Jun-Sept
Evening Cicada: $550; On Trees 4am-9am/4pm-9pm, July-Aug
Firefly: $300; Near Fresh Water 9pm-4am June
Flea: $70; On Neighbor All Day Mar-Nov
Fly: $60; On Rafflesia, Rotten Turnips or Garbage,
All Day, All Year
Fruit Beetle: $100; On Trees, All Day, Jul-Sept; 9pm-4am,
Jul-Aug
Giant Beetle: $10000; On Trees, 9pm-4a, Jul-Aug
Goliath Beetle: $6000; On Palm Trees, 9pm-4am, Jun-Aug
Grasshopper: $160; In Grass, 9am-4pm, July-Sept; 9am-4pm,
Sept
Hercules Beetle: $12000; On Palm Trees, 9pm-4am, Jul-Aug
Honeybee: $100; Near Flowers, 9am-4pm, Mar-Aug;
9am-4pm, Mar-Jun
Jewel Beetle: $2400; On Trees, 9am-4pm, Jul-Aug
Ladybug: $200; On Flowers, 9am-4pm, Mar-Jun,Oct;
9am-4pm, Mar-May
Lantern Fly: $1800; On Trees, 4pm-4am, Jun-Sept
Long Locust: $200; In Grass, 9am-4pm, Mar-Aug; 9am-4pm,
Mar-Jun
Longhorn Beetle: $260; On trees, 9am-4pm, Jun-Aug
Mantis: $430; On Flowers, 9am-4pm, Aug-Nov; 9am-4pm,
Sep-Nov
Migratory Locust: $600; In Grass, 9am-4pm, Sep-Nov;
9am-4pm, Sep-Oct
Mole Cricket: $280; Underground, All Day, Nov-May
Monarch (Butterfly): $90; Flying (Near Flowers), 9am-4pm,
Sept-Nov
Mosquito: $130; Flying Anywhere, 4pm-4am, Jun-Sep;
4pm-4am, Jun-Aug
Moth: $60; Near Lights (Outside), 9pm-4am, May-Sept;
9pm-4am, Jun-Aug
Peacock (Butterfly): $220; Flying (Near Blue, Violet &
Black Flowers), 9am-4pm, Mar-Sept; 9am-4pm, May-Jun
Pillbug: $250; Under Rocks, All Day, All Year
Pondskater: $130; Main Pond/Holding Ponds, 9am-4pm, Jun-Sep
Oak Silk Moth: $1200; On Trees, 9pm-4am, Jun-Sept
Orchid Mantis: $2400; On Flowers, 9am-4pm, Aug-Nov;
9am-4pm, Sep-Nov
Rainbow Stag: $10000; On Trees, 9pm-4am, Jun-Sept
Red Dragonfly: $80; Flying Anywhere, 4pm-9pm, Sep-Oct
Robust Cicada: $300; On Trees, 9am-4pm, Jul-Aug
Saw Stag Beetle: $2000; On Trees, All Day, Jul-Aug;
9pm-4am, Jul-Aug
Scarab Beetle: $6000; On Trees, 9pm-4am, Jul-Aug
Scorpion: $8000; On Ground, 9pm-4am, Juln-Sept
Snail: $250; On Flowers, All Day, Apr-Sep
Spider: $300; In Trees, All Day, Mar-Nov
Stag Beetle: $2000; On Trees, 9pm-4am, Jun-Aug; 9pm-4am,
Jul-Aug
Tarantula: $8000; On Grounds, 9pm-4am, Jun-Aug
Tiger Butterfly: $160; Flying (Near Red & Pink Flowers)
4am-4pm, Mar-Sept; 9am-4pm, May-Jun
Walker Cicada: $400; On Trees, 9am-4pm, Jul-Aug
Walkingstick: $600; On Trees, 4am-4pm, Jul-Nov
Yellow Butterfly: $90; Flying (Near Flowers), 9am-4pm,
Mar-Sept; 9am-4pm, Apr-Jun


This section of bugs is separated in months, it's a quick
referance so you could see what bugs you could catch.

Month
Bug When (Month), When (Time);
Peak Time (Rare)


January
Ant all year, anytime
Bagworm October-March, anytime
Bee all year, anytime
Cockroach all year, anytime; (Rare)
Dung Beetle Dec-Feb, morning-afternoon
Mole Cricket November-May, anytime
Pill Bug all year, anytime

February
Ant all year, anytime
Bagworm October-March, anytime
Bee all year, anytime
Cockroach all year, anytime; (Rare)
Dung Beetle Dec-Feb, morning-afternoon
Mole Cricket November-May, anytime
Pill Bug all year, anytime

March
Ant all year, anytime
Bagworm October-March, anytime
Bee all year, anytime
Cockroach all year, anytime; (Rare)
Common Butterfly March-October, morning-afternoon
Ladybug March-July/October, morning-afternoon
Mole Cricket November-May, anytime
Pill Bug all year, anytime
Spotted Ladybug March-July/October, morning-afternoon
Yellow Butterfly March-October, morning-afternoon

April
Ant all year, anytime
Bee all year, anytime
Cockroach all year, anytime; (Rare)
Common Butterfly March-October, morning-afternoon
Ladybug March-July/October, morning-afternoon
Mole Cricket November-May, anytime
Pill Bug all year, anytime
Snail April-September
Spider April-September, anytime
Spotted Ladybug March-July/October, morning-afternoon
Tiger Butterfly April-September, morning-afternoon;
May-June Noon
Yellow Butterfly March-October, morning-afternoon

May
Ant all year, anytime
Bee all year, anytime
Cockroach all year, anytime; (Rare)
Common Butterfly March-October, morning-afternoon
Ladybug March-July/October, morning-afternoon
Mole Cricket November-May, anytime
Mosquito May-September, morning-night
Pill Bug all year, anytime
Snail April-September
Spider April-September, anytime
Spotted Ladybug March-July/October, morning-afternoon
Tiger Butterfly April-September, morning-afternoon;
May-June Noon
Yellow Butterfly March-October, morning-afternoon

June
Agrias Butterfly June-Sept, morning-afternoon
Ant all year, anytime
Bee all year, anytime
Cockroach all year, anytime; (Rare)
Darner Dragonfly June-August, morning-afternoon
Firefly June, evening-morning
Flat Stagbeetle June-August, evening-morning
Ladybug March-July/October, morning-afternoon
Longhorn Beetle June-August, morning-afternoon
Mosquito May-September, morning-night
Pill Bug all year, anytime
Pondskater June-September, morning-afternoon
Purple Butterfly June-August, morning-afternoon
Snail April-September
Spider April-September, anytime
Spotted Ladybug March-July/October, morning-afternoon
Tarantula Jun-Aug, morning-afternoon
Tiger Butterfly April-September, morning-afternoon;
May-June Noon
Yellow Butterfly March-October, morning-afternoon

July
Agrias Butterfly June-Sept, morning-afternoon
Ant all year, anytime
Banded Dragonfly July-August, morning-afternoon
Bee all year, anytime
Brown Cicada July-August, morning-afternoon
Cockroach all year, anytime; (Rare)
Common Butterfly March-October, morning-afternoon
Darner Dragonfly June-August, morning-afternoon
Drone Beetle July-August, anytime
Dynastid Beetle July-August, evening-morning
Evening Cicada July-August, evenings/early morning
Flat Stagbeetle June-August, evening-morning
Giant Beetle July-August, evening-morning (rare)
Jewel Beetle July-August, morning-afternoon
Ladybug March-July/October, morning-afternoon
Longhorn Beetle June-August, morning-afternoon
Mosquito May-September, morning-night
Mountain Beetle July-August, morning-afternoon
Pill Bug all year, anytime
Pondskater June-September, morning-afternoon
Purple Butterfly June-August, morning-afternoon
Robust Cicada July-August, morning-afternoon
Saw Stagbeetle July-August, evening-morning
Snail April-September
Spider April-September, anytime
Spotted Ladybug March-July/October, morning-afternoon
Tarantula Jun-Aug, morning-afternoon
Tiger Butterfly April-September, morning-afternoon;
May-June Noon
Walker Cicada July-September, morning-afternoon
Yellow Butterfly March-October, morning-afternoon

August
Agrias Butterfly June-Sept, morning-afternoon
Ant all year, anytime
Banded Dragonfly July-August, morning-afternoon
Bee all year, anytime
Brown Cicada July-August, morning-afternoon
Cockroach all year, anytime; (Rare)
Common Butterfly March-October, morning-afternoon
Darner Dragonfly June-August, morning-afternoon
Drone Beetle July-August, anytime
Dynastid Beetle July-August, evening-morning
Flat Stagbeetle June-August, evening-morning
Giant Beetle July-August, evening-morning (rare)
Grasshopper August-September, morning-afternoon
Jewel Beetle July-August, morning-afternoon
Longhorn Beetle June-August, morning-afternoon
Long Locust August-November, morning-afternoon
Mantis August-October, morning-afternoon
Mosquito May-September, morning-night
Mountain Beetle July-August, morning-afternoon
Pill Bug all year, anytime
Pondskater June-September, morning-afternoon
Purple Butterfly June-August, morning-afternoon
Robust Cicada July-August, morning-afternoon
Saw Stagbeetle July-August, evening-morning
Snail April-September
Spider April-September, anytime
Tarantula Jun-Aug, morning-afternoon
Tiger Butterfly April-September, morning-afternoon;
May-June Noon
Walker Cicada July-September, morning-afternoon
Yellow Butterfly March-October, morning-afternoon

September
Agrias Butterfly June-Sept, morning-afternoon
Ant all year, anytime
Bee all year, anytime
Bell Cricket September-October, evening-morning
Cockroach all year, anytime; (Rare)
Common Butterfly March-October, morning-afternoon
Cricket September-November, evening-morning
Grasshopper August-September, morning-afternoon
Long Locust August-November, morning-afternoon
Mantis August-October, morning-afternoon
Migratory Locust September-November,
morning-afternoon; (Rare)
Mosquito May-September, morning-night
Pill Bug all year, anytime
Pine Cricket September-October, evening-morning
Pondskater June-September, morning-afternoon
Red Dragonfly September-October, morning-afternoon
Snail April-September
Spider April-September, anytime
Tarantula Jun-Aug, morning-afternoon
Tiger Butterfly April-September, morning-afternoon;
May-June Noon
Walker Cicada July-September, morning-afternoon
Yellow Butterfly March-October, morning-afternoon

October
Ant all year, anytime
Bagworm October-March, anytime
Bee all year, anytime
Bell Cricket Grass, September-October, evening-morning
Cockroach all year, anytime; (Rare)
Common Butterfly March-October, morning-afternoon
Cricket September-November, evening-morning
Ladybug March-July/October, morning-afternoon
Long Locust August-November, morning-afternoon
Mantis August-October, morning-afternoon
Migratory Locust September-November,
morning-afternoon; (Rare)
Pill Bug all year, anytime
Pine Cricket September-October, evening-morning
Red Dragonfly September-October, morning-afternoon
Spotted Ladybug March-July/October, morning-afternoon
Yellow Butterfly March-October, morning-afternoon

November
Ant all year, anytime
Bagworm October-March, anytime
Bee all year, anytime
Cockroach all year, anytime; (Rare)
Cricket September-November, evening-morning
Darner Dragonfly June-August, morning-afternoon
Long Locust August-November, morning-afternoon
Migratory Locust September-November,
morning-afternoon; (Rare)
Mole Cricket November-May, anytime
Pill Bug all year, anytime

December
Ant all year, anytime
Bagworm October-March, anytime
Bee all year, anytime
Cockroach all year, anytime; (Rare)
Dung Beetle Dec-Feb, morning-afternoon
Mole Cricket November-May, anytime
Pill Bug all year, anytime


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7.ac Fossils
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Anklyo Sell Price
Anklyo Skull 3000
Anklyo Torso 3000
Anklyo Tail 2500

Apato
Apato Skull 5000
Apato Torso 4500
Apato Tail 4000

Dimetrodon
Dimetrodon Skull 5500
Dimetrodon Torso 5000
Dimetrodon Tail 4500

Iguanodon
Iguanodon Skull 4000
Iguanodon Torso 3500
Iguanodon Tail 3000

Mammoth
Mammoth Skull 3000
Mammoth Torso 2500

Pachy
Pachy Skull 4000
Pachy Torso 3500
Pachy Tail 3000

Ptera
Ptera Skull 4500
Ptera Right Wing 4500
Ptera Left Wings 4500
Ptera Body 4000

Plesio
Plesio Skull 4500
Plesio Neck 4500
Plesio Torso 4500

Sabertooh
Sabertooth Skull 2500
Sabertooh Torso 2000

Seismo
Seismo Skull 5000
Seismo Chest 4500
Seismo Hip 4000
Seismo Tail 4500

Stego
Stego Skull 5000
Stego Torso 4500
Stego Tail 4000

Tricera
Tricera Skull 5500
Tricera Torso 5000
Tricera Tail 4500

T-Rex
T-Rex Skull 6000
T-Rex Torso 5500
T-Rex Tail 5000

Misc.
Amber 1200
Ammonite 1100
Dino Droppings 1100
Dinosaur Egg 1400
Fern Fossil 1000
Dinosaur Track 1000
Archaeopteryx 1300
Peking Man 1100
Trilobite 1300
Shark Tooth 1000

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7.ad Paintings
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Paintings
Amazing Painting 3920 Redd
Basic Painting 3920 Redd
Calm Painting 3920 Redd
Common Painting 3920 Redd
Dainty Painting 3920 Redd
Famous Painting 1960 Tom Nook's Spotlight*
Fine Painting 1960 Tom Nook's Spotlight*
Flowery Painting 3920 Redd
Lovely Painting 3920 Redd
Moving Painting 3920 Redd
Nice Painting 3920 Redd
Opulent Painting 3920 Redd
Perfect Painting 3920 Redd
Quaint Painting 3920 Redd
Rare Painting 3920 Redd
Scary Painting 3920 Redd
Solemn Painting 3920 Redd
Strange Painting 3920 Redd
Warm Painting 3920 Redd
Worthy Painting 3920 Redd


*Spotlight items are items Tom Nook displays under a
spotlight, these are only avalible under the spotlight.

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7.ae Shells?
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I know the museum doesn't take shells but since this game
now has reappearing shells, you might want to know what
shells are worth it to pick up.


Shells Sell Price
Conch 350
Coral 250
Dall's Top 90
Pearl Oyster 1200
Porceletta 30
Sand Dollar 60
Scallop 600
Venus Comb 150
White Scallop 450

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8.a Furniture:
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The Furniture is seprated into five parts, Furniture Series, Furniture
Themes, Furniture Sets, Misc. Furniture, and finaly Wallpaper & Carpet. They
are organized by name, price, and what store you can find it at. Redd always
sells furniture for twice as much as Tom Nook. The buy prices are the prices
Tom Nook sells it for


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8.aa Furniture Series
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A group of ten, matching, traditional furniture pieces,
with accompanying wallpaper and carpet. A Series includes
such items as beds, lamps, and tables. An example of a
Series is the Classic Series. Series include the
Necessities of Life.

Blue Series Buy Price Seller
Blue Cabinet 2400 Tom Nook
Blue Bench 1900 Tom Nook
Blue Chair 1200 Tom Nook
Blue Dresser 2100 Spotlight Item*
Blue Bureau 2160 Tom Nook
Blue Clock 1600 Tom Nook
Blue Table 1800 Tom Nook/Redd
Blue Bed 2100 Tom Nook/Redd
Blue Bookcase 1900 Tom Nook
Blue Wardrobe 1920 Tom Nook
Blue Wall 1260 Tom Nook
Blue Flooring 1580 Tom Nook

Cabana Series
Cabana Armchair 1800 Spotlight Item*
Cabana Vanity 1800 Tom Nook
Cabana Chair 1600 Tom Nook/Redd
Cabana Dresser 2400 Tom Nook
Cabana Table 1800 Tom Nook
Cabana Lamp 1700 Tom Nook
Cabana Screen 2000 Tom Nook
Cabana Bed 2200 Tom Nook/Redd
Cabana Bookcase 2400 Tom Nook
Cabana Wardrobe 2240 Tom Nook
Cabana Wall 1480 Tom Nook
Cabana Flooring 1680 Tom Nook

Cabin Series
Cabin Armchair 2280 Tom Nook
Cabin Couch 2480 Tom Nook
Cabin Chair 1700 Tom Nook/Redd
Cabin Low Table 2100 Tom Nook
Cabin Clock 2000 Tom Nook
Cabin Table 2100 Tom Nook
Cabin Bed 2400 Tom Nook
Cabin Bookcase 2300 Spotlight Item*
Cabin Wardrobe 2480 Tom Nook
Cabin Wall 1200 Tom Nook
Cabin Rug 1540 Tom Nook

Classic Series
Classic Table 1600 Tom Nook
Classic Sofa 2240 Tom Nook
Classic Chair 1800 Tom Nook
Classic Desk 2200 Tom Nook
Classic Buffet 3360 Tom Nook
Classic Clock 2180 Tom Nook
Classic Vanity 2560 Tom Nook/Redd
Classic Bed 2520 Tom Nook
Classic Bookcase 2560 Spotlight Item*
Classic Wardrobe 2560 Tom Nook/Redd
Classic Wall 2100 Tom Nook
Classic Carpet 2300 Tom Nook

Exotic Series
Exotic Lamp 1800 Tom Nook
Exotic Bench 1900 Tom Nook
Exotic Bureau 2400 Tom Nook
Exotic Chair 1400 Tom Nook
Exotic End Table 1600 Tom Nook
Exotic Chest 1800 Spotlight Item*
Exotic Table 2300 Tom Nook/Redd
Exotic Bed 2540 Tom Nook/Redd
Exotic Screen 2250 Tom Nook
Exotic Wardrobe 2180 Tom Nook
Exotic Wall 1420 Tom Nook
Exotic Rug 1820 Tom Nook

Green Series
Green Lamp 1800 Tom Nook
Green Bench 1800 Tom Nook
Green Chair 1200 Tom Nook
Green Desk 2000 Tom Nook
Green Dresser 2320 Tom Nook/Redd
Green Pantry 2290 Spotlight Item*
Green Table 1700 Tom Nook
Green Bed 2160 Tom Nook
Green Counter 2400 Tom Nook
Green Wardrobe 2300 Tom Nook/Redd
Green Wall 1050 Tom Nook
Green Rug 1540 Tom Nook

Kidie Series
Kiddie Stereo 1900 Spotlight Item*
Kiddie Couch 2200 Tom Nook
Kiddie Dresser 2150 Tom Nook
Kiddie Chair 1400 Tom Nook
Kiddie Bureau 2200 Tom Nook
Kiddie Clock 1480 Tom Nook/Redd's Tent
Kiddie Table 2200 Tom Nook
Kiddie Bed 2100 Tom Nook/Redd's Tent
Kiddie Bookcase 1800 Tom Nook
Kiddie Wardrobe 2180 Tom Nook
Kiddie Wall 1500 Tom Nook
Kiddie Carpet 1630 Tom Nook

Lovely Series
Lovely Lamp 1600 Tom Nook
Lovely Loveseat 2000 Tom Nook
Lovely Vanity 2200 Tom Nook
Lovely Chair 1600 Tom Nook
Lovely End Table 1800 Tom Nook/Redd
Lovely Dresser 2160 Tom Nook
Lovely Table 1800 Tom Nook
Lovely Bed 2000 Tom Nook
Lovely Kitchen 2280 Spotlight Item*
Lovely Armoire 2240 Tom Nook/Redd
Lovely Wall 1880 Tom Nook
Lovely Carpet 1980 Tom Nook

Modern Series
Modern Lamp 1400 Tom Nook
Modern Sofa 2620 Tom Nook
Modern End Table 1900 Tom Nook/Redd
Modern Table 1800 Tom Nook
Modern Chair 1500 Tom Nook
Modern Desk 2480 Tom Nook
Modern Dresser 2250 Tom Nook
Modern Bed 2320 Tom Nook
Modern Cabinet 2580 Spotlight Item*
Modern Wardrobe 2560 Tom Nook/Redd's Tent
Modern Wall 1450 Tom Nook
Modern Tile 1540 Tom Nook

Mushroom Series***
Mush Lamp 2400 Cornimer
Mush End Table 2200 Cornimer
Mush Dresser 2450 Cornimer
Mush Chair 1900 Cornimer
Mush Stool 1800 Cornimer
Mush Stand 2400 Cornimer
Mush Table 2500 Cornimer
Mush Bed 3000 Cornimer
Mush TV 2500 Cornimer
Mush Closet 2450 Cornimer
Forest Wall - Cornimer
Forest Floor - Cornimer

Ranch Series
Ranch Bed
Ranch Wardrobe
Ranch Couch
Ranch Armchair
Ranch Table
Ranch Tea Table
Ranch Bookcase
Ranch Chair
Ranch Dresser
Ranch Hutch

Regal Series
Regal Lamp 2400 Tom Nook
Regal Sofa 3100 Tom Nook
Regal Chair 2100 Tom Nook/Redd
Regal Table 2450 Tom Nook
Regal Clock 3360 Spotlight Item*
Regal Vanity 3200 Tom Nook
Regal Dresser 3520 Tom Nook
Regal Bed 3120 Tom Nook/Redd
Regal Bookcase 3120 Tom Nook
Regal Armoire 3820 Tom Nook
Regal Wall 2420 Tom Nook
Regal Carpet 2850 Tom Nook

Robo Series
Robo-Clock 1400 Tom Nook
Robo-Sofa 2000 Tom Nook
Robo-Chair 1600 Tom Nook
Robo-Dresser 2560 Tom Nook
Robo-Stereo 2200 Spotlight Item*
Robo-Lamp 1800 Tom Nook/Redd's Tent
Robo-Table 2200 Tom Nook
Robo-Bed 2000 Tom Nook
Robo-TV 2360 Tom Nook
Robo-Closet 2400 Tom Nook/Redd's Tent
Robo Wall 1780 Tom Nook
Robo Floor 2400 Tom Nook

Snowman Series**
Snowman 8888 Snowman
Snowman Lamp 8888 Snowman
Snowman Sofa 8888 Snowman
Snowman Dresser 8888 Snowman
Snowman Chair 8888 Snowman
Snowman Clock 8888 Snowman
Snowman Fridge 8888 Snowman
Snowman Table 8888 Snowman
Snowman Bed 8888 Snowman
Snowman TV 8888 Snowman
Snowman Wardrobe 8888 Snowman
Snowman Wall 8888 Snowman
Snowman Carpet 8888 Snowman


*Spotlight items are items Tom Nook displays under a
spotlight, these are only avalible under the spotlight.

**The Snowman Series can only be obtained by building a
Snowman between December 25th and February. You must
proportion the snowman perfectly (large body, slightly
smaller head) or it won't reward you with one of the
items from The Snowman Series. The price listed is the
sell price. Here is a funny little easter egg, the
snowman series sell price is 8888 right? eights look
like a snowman!

***The Mushroom Series can only be obtained during the
Acorn Festival in October. During this time, Cornimer
will appear near the Town Hall. You can exchange the acorns
you've collected for pieces of the Mushroom Series. He will
not take rotten acorns. The price listed is the sell price

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8.ab Furniture Themes
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A large or medium sized group of related items, with an
accompanying wallpaper and carpet. Unlike Series, Themes
consist of unconventional furniture. An example of a
Theme is the Construction Theme. The furniture reflects
what one might find in a Construction area rather than in
a regular house.

Construction Theme Buy Price Seller
Iron Frame 1200 Tom Nook
Wet Roadway Sign 850 Tom Nook
Orange Cone 600 Tom Nook
Traffic Cone 800 Tom Nook
Striped Cone 800 Tom Nook
Jackhammer 1880 Tom Nook
Saw Horse 1200 Tom Nook/Redd
Detour Arrow 600 Tom Nook
Handcart 800 Tom Nook
Manhole Cover 1000 Tom Nook
Cement Mixer 1600 Spotlight Item*
Steam Roller 4500 Tom Nook
Blue Tarp 1400 Saharah
Closed Road 1625 Saharah

Boxing Theme
Ringside Table 1320 Tom Nook
Boxing Barricade 1050 Tom Nook
Judge's Bell 1790 Tom Nook/Redd
Weight Bench 3590 Tom Nook
Red Corner 6800 Tom Nook/Redd
Blue Corner 6800 Spotlight Item*
Neutral Corner 5500 Tom Nook
Boxing Mat 1180 Tom Nook
Speed Bag 2990 Tom Nook
Sandbag 3190 Tom Nook
Ringside Seating 2250 Saharah
Boxing Ring Mat 2500 Saharah

Mossy Garden Theme
Bird Feeder 1260 Tom Nook
Bug Zapper 1200 Tom Nook
Picnic Table 1390 Tom Nook
Birdhouse 1620 Tom Nook
Hammock 1320 Tom Nook
Tiki Torch 870 Tom Nook
Backyard Pool 990 Tom Nook/Redd
Barbecue 1760 Tom Nook
Lawn Chair 1180 Tom Nook
Mr. Flamingo 1530 Tom Nook
Mrs. Flamingo 1530 Tom Nook
Garden Gnome 3380 Spotlight Item*
Lawn Mower 2760 Tom Nook/Redd
Bird Bath 1450 Tom Nook
Sprinkler 1640 Tom Nook
Backyard Fence 800 Tom Nook
Backyard Lawn 880 Tom Nook

Mad Scientist Theme
Medicine Chest 2280 Tom Nook/Redd
Lab Chair 220 Tom Nook
Amazing Machine 3600 Tom Nook/Redd
Complex Machine 3840 Tom Nook
Unknown Machine 4800 Spotlight Item*
Lab Bench 4800 Tom Nook
Florence Flask 1600 Tom Nook
Lab Wall 1460 Tom Nook
Lab Floor 1280 Tom Nook

Nintendo Set
Triforce -
Nintendo Bench 120 Tom Nook
Arwing*** 7200 Spotlight Item
Master Sword** 2800 Spotlight Item
Metroid ? Gulliver
Tri-Force* ? Tom Nook/Redd's Tent

Nursery Theme
Rocking Horse 600 Tom Nook
Cradle 3800 Tom Nook
Wobbelina 700 Tom Nook
Elephant Slide 1200 Tom Nook
Baby Bed 2900 Tom Nook/Redd
Dolly 6800 Spotlight Item*
Train Set 1600 Tom Nook
Clackercart 1380 Tom Nook
Merry-Go-Round 640 Tom Nook/Redd
Stroller 1960 Tom Nook
Playroom Wall 1320 Tom Nook
Playroom Rug 1360 Tom Nook

Pirate Theme
Helm 475 Pascal
Ship Compass 400 Pascal
Ship Cannon 455 Pascal
Barrel 200 Pascal
Anchor 475 Pascal
Keg 200 Pascal
Sea View 1000 Pascal
Sea Deck 1000 Pascal

Space Theme
Flying Saucer 2400 Tom Nook
Satellite 2600 Tom Nook
Lunar Rover 2560 Tom Nook
Asteroid 1800 Tom Nook
Space Station 2800 Tom Nook
Moon 32000 Spotlight Item*
Rocket 2400 Tom Nook/Redd
Space Shuttle 2780 Tom Nook/Redd
Spaceman Sam 2800 Tom Nook
Lunar Lander 3200 Tom Nook
Lunar Horizon 1900 Saharah
Lunar Surface 2000 Saharah


Western Theme
Western Fence 880 Tom Nook
Storefront 3680 Tom Nook
Cow Skull 1020 Tom Nook
Tumbleweed 520 Tom Nook
Saddle Fence 2180 Tom Nook/Redd
Wagon Wheel 1230 Tom Nook
Water Trough 1100 Tom Nook
Well 2700 Tom Nook/Redd
Desert Cactus 890 Tom Nook
Covered Wagon 3800 Spotlight Item*
Western Vista 1500 Saharah
Western Desert 1700 Saharah


*Spotlight items are items Tom Nook displays under a
spotlight, these are only avalible under the spotlight.

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8.ac Furniture Sets
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A small group of related items, sometimes containing as
few as two or three pieces. Furniture sets do not have
matching wallpaper or carpet. An example is a Teddy Bear
Set which consists of mama bear, papa bear, and a baby
bear.

Apple Set Buy Price Seller
Apple Clock 1200 Tom Nook
Apple TV 400 Lost Kitten

Backyard Set
Deer Scare 1800 Tom Nook/Redd
Tall Lantern 1980 Tom Nook

Bonsai Set
Azalea Bonsai 1500 Tom Nook
Hawthorn Bonsai 1800 Tom Nook
Holly Bonsai 1600 Tom Nook
Jasmine Bonsai 1700 Tom Nook
Maple Bonsai 1700 Tom Nook
Plum Bonsai 1900 Spotlight Item*
Quince Bonsai 1600 Tom Nook

Cactus Set
Tall Cactus 1700 Tom Nook
Cactus 1700 Tom Nook
Round Cactus 1700 Tom Nook

Café Set
Coffee Maker 800 Tom Nook
Checkout Counter 3480 Tom Nook
Jukebox 3200 Spotlight Item*
Cash Register 6480 Tom Nook
Siphon 1780 Tom Nook

Chess Set
White Bishop 2800 Tom Nook
White King 8000 Spotlight Item*
White Knight 2800 Tom Nook/Redd
White Pawn 1100 Tom Nook
White Queen 8000 Spotlight Item*
White Rook 2800 Tom Nook/Redd
Black Bishop 2800 Tom Nook
Black King 8000 Spotlight Item*
Black Knight 2800 Tom Nook/Redd
Black Pawn 1100 Tom Nook
Black Queen 8000 Spotlight Item*
Black Rook 2800 Tom Nook/Redd

Citrus Set
Grapefruit Table 1500 Tom Nook
Lemon Table 1500 Tom Nook
Lime Chair 1300 Tom Nook
Orange Chair 1300 Tom Nook

Classroom Set
Hamster Cage 2290 Spotlight Item*
Mop 900 Tom Nook
Skeleton 3360 Spotlight Item*
Anatomical Model 3360 Tom Nook
Clear Model 3360 Tom Nook/Redd

Dharma Set
Giant Dharma 1600 Tom Nook
Dharma 1200 Tom Nook
Mini-Dharma 800 Tom Nook

Flower Set
Daffodil Chair 1400 Tom Nook
Daffodil Table 1900 Tom Nook
Tulip Chair 1400 Tom Nook
Tulip Table 1900 Tom Nook
Iris Chair 1400 Tom Nook
Iris Table 1900 Tom Nook

Froggy Set
Froggy Chair 1200 Tom Nook
Lily-Pad Table 400 Lost Kitten

Golf Set
Blue Golf Bag 1600 Tom Nook
White Golf Bag 1600 Tom Nook
Green Golf Bag 1600 Tom Nook

Hospital Set
Hospital Bed 3600 Tom Nook/Redd
Vision Tester 2280 Tom Nook
Scale 1200 Tom Nook
Stadiometer 1680 Tom Nook
Trunk Measure 1680 Tom Nook

House Plant Set
Aloe 1200 Tom Nook
Bromeliaceae 1300 Tom Nook
Caladium 1300 Tom Nook
Coconut Palm 1200 Tom Nook
Corn Plant 1300 Tom Nook
Croton 1300 Tom Nook
Dracaena 2000 Spotlight Items*
Weeping Fig 1200 Tom Nook
Lady Palm 1200 Tom Nook
Pachira 1200 Tom Nook
Fan Palm 1300 Tom Nook
Pothos 1300 Tom Nook/Redd
Rubber Tree 1300 Tom Nook
Snake Plant 1200 Tom Nook/Redd

Japanese Set
Samurai Suit 4500 Spotlight Item*
Black Katana 12000 Tom Nook/Redd
Bow 1400 Tom Nook
Hearth 1600 Tom Nook
Ninja Sword 9600 Spotlight Item*
Screen 1650 Tom Nook
Sword 1400 Tom Nook
Tea Table 1000 Tom Nook
White Katana 36800 Tom Nook/Redd

Lava Lamp Set
Blue Lava Lamp 1800 Tom Nook
Purple Lava Lamp 1800 Tom Nook
Green Lava Lamp 1800 Tom Nook

Lucky Cat Set
Lucky Black Cat 1700 Tom Nook/Redd
Lucky Gold Cat 6200 Spotlight Item*
Lefty Lucky Cat 1700 Tom Nook/Redd
Lucky Cat 1700 Tom Nook

Musical Instruments Set
Bass 2400 Tom Nook
Biwa Lute 1800 Tom Nook
Cello 1800 Tom Nook
Conga Drum 1600 Tom Nook
Country Guitar - Wendell
Djimbe Drum 1900 Tom Nook
Ebony Piano 3800 Tom Nook
Folk Guitar 1600 Tom Nook
Harp 1700 Tom Nook
Ivory Piano 3500 Spotlight Item*
Japanese drum 1300 Tom Nook
Metal Guitar 1900 Tom Nook
Metronome 1000 Tom Nook
Rock Guitar 1800 Tom Nook
Timpano Drum 2100 Tom Nook/Redd
Ukulele 1600 Tom Nook
Vibraphone 1900 Tom Nook
Violin 2200 Tom Nook

Office Set
Office Desk 1600 Tom Nook
Office Chair 1100 Tom Nook
Officer Locker 1200 Tom Nook

Oil Drum Set
Brown Drum 800 Tom Nook
Green Drum 800 Tom Nook
Red Drum 800 Tom Nook
Haz-Mat Barrel 830 Tom Nook
Oil Drum 840 Tom Nook

Panda Bear Set
Papa Panda 120 Lost Kitten
Mama Panda 480 Tom Nook/Redd
Baby Panda 480 Spotlight Item*

Pear Set
Pear Wardrobe 1400 Tom Nook
Pear Dresser 1600 Tom Nook

Pine Bonsai Set
Mugho Bonsai 1800 Tom Nook
Ponderosa Bonsai 1800 Tom Nook
Pine Bonsai 1800 Tom Nook

Pine Set
Pine Chair 1800 Tom Nook
Pine Table 2280 Tom Nook

Study Set
Writing Desk 1900 Tom Nook
Writing Chair 1000 Tom Nook
Globe 1200 Tom Nook

Red Furniture Set
Red Armchair 1800 Tom Nook
Red Sofa 2050 Tom Nook

Teddy Bear Set
Papa Bear 550 Lost Kitten
Mama Bear 1600 Tom Nook
Baby Bear 800 Tom Nook

Totem Pole Set
Bear Pole 1400 Tom Nook
Eagle Pole 1400 Tom Nook
Frog Woman Pole 1400 Tom Nook/Redd
Raven Pole 1400 Tom Nook

Vase Set
Blue Vase 2500 Tom Nook
Red Vase - Saharah
Tea Vase 2400 Tom Nook

Watermelon Set
Watermelon Chair 1300 Tom Nook
Watermelon Table 1800 Tom Nook
Melon Chair 1300 Tom Nook



*Spotlight items are items Tom Nook displays under a
spotlight, these are only avalible under the spotlight.

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8.ad Misc. Furniture
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Arcade Games Buy Price Seller
Arcade Machine 4400 Tom Nook
Pinball Machine 1960 Tom Nook
Tabletop Game 2480 Tom Nook/Redd

Beach Items
Beach Chair 1850 Tom Nook
Beach Table 1600 Tom Nook
Bonfire 2240 Tom Nook
Diver Dan 3200 Tom Nook
Life Ring 1250 Tom Nook
Treasure Chest 8600 Spotlight Item*
Wave Breaker 1760 Tom Nook

Beds
Basic Blue Bed 200 Tom Nook
Basic Green Bed 200 Tom Nook
Basic Red Bed 200 Tom Nook
Basic Yellow Bed 200 Tom Nook
Pineapple Bed 1990 Tom Nook

Camping Gear
Backpack 1980 Tom Nook
Compass 320 Gulliver
Cooler 1300 Tom Nook
Campfire 1360 Tom Nook
Kayak 3460 Tom Nook
Lantern 1180 Tom Nook
Sleeping Bag 1960 Spotlight Item*
Propane Stove 1470 Tom Nook

Chairs & Sofas
Cream Sofa 2000 Tom Nook
Gold Econo-Chair 800 Tom Nook
Jade Econo-Chair 800 Tom Nook
Massage Chair - Saharah
Rocking Chair 1400 Tom Nook
Ruby Econo-Chair 800 Tom Nook
Throne 800000 Spotlight Item*


Clocks
Alarm Clock 1000 Tom Nook
Antique Clock 2350 Tom Nook
Cube Clock 1100 Tom Nook
Glow Clock 1500 Tom Nook
Kitschy Clock 1800 Tom Nook
Odd Clock 1800 Tom Nook
Owl Clock 1300 Tom Nook
Red Clock 1300 Tom Nook

Flowers
Daffodil 680 Tom Nook
Gerbera 780 Tom Nook
Sunflower 980 Tom Nook

Holiday Items
Big Festive Tree 2480 Tom Nook**
Birthday Cake - Neighbor
Festive Candle - Tom Nook**
Festive Flag 680 Tom Nook**
Festive Tree 1300 Tom Nook**
Jack-In-The-Box 4124 Tom Nook
Snowman - Build in the snow

Household Items
Automatic Washer 4800 Tom Nook
Claw-Foot Tub 1280 Tom Nook
Deluxe Range 3200 Tom Nook
Deluxe Washer 5200 Spotlight Item*
Fireplace 2200 Tom Nook
Garbage Can 500 Tom Nook
Garbage Pail 1100 Tom Nook
Kitchen Corner 1800 Tom Nook
Kitchen Sink 2400 Tom Nook
Men's Toilet 1600 Tom Nook
Microwave 2300 Tom Nook
Mixer 1000 Tom Nook
Potbelly Stove 2000 Tom Nook
Radiator 2380 Tom Nook
Range 1800 Tom Nook
Refrigerator 1200 Tom Nook
Retro Fridge 2300 Tom Nook
Shower 880 Tom Nook
Sink 1960 Tom Nook
Space Heater 1700 Tom Nook
Stove 1980 Tom Nook
Super Toilet 1980 Tom Nook/Redd
Toaster 720 Tom Nook
Toilet 1800 Tom Nook
Trash Bin 400 Tom Nook
Trash Can 1400 Tom Nook
Washer/Dryer 1800 Tom Nook

Lights
Candle 1280 Tom Nook
Desk Light 1280 Tom Nook
Table Lamp 640 Tom Nook
Mini-Lamp 1280 Tom Nook

Miscellaneous Items
Portrait 50 Lost Kitten
Fire Hydrant 960 Tom Nook
Extinguisher 1300 Tom Nook
Barber's Pole 1600 Tom Nook
Outdoor Bath 4900 Tom Nook
Nintendo Bench 120 Tom Nook
Birdcage 1700 Tom Nook
Bottled Ship 3360 Tom Nook
Mochi Pestle 1400 Tom Nook
Candy Machine 980 Tom Nook
Chocolates 680 Gulliver
Clothesline Pole 960 Tom Nook
Computer 1720 Tom Nook
Racoon Figurine 2000 Tom Nook/Redd
Doghouse 1200 Tom Nook
Fan 1200 Tom Nook
Gas Pump 1280 Tom Nook
Lovely Phone 2600 Lost Kitten
Matryoshka 980 Gulliver
Miniature Car 10000 Tom Nook
Music Box 1050 Lost Kitten
Piggy Bank Have a balance of 10 million in
Town Hall account
Scarecrow 420 Tom Nook
Telescope 5800 Tom Nook
Sewing Machine 1350 Tom Nook
Sleigh 1200 Tom Nook
Stool 1360 Tom Nook
Glass-Top Table 2200 Tom Nook
Tea Set 300 Tom Nook
Box of Tissues Have a balance of 1 million in
Town Hall account
Executive Toy 1100 Tom Nook
Water Bird 1400 Tom Nook
Vacuum Cleaner 1200 Tom Nook

Sports Items
Basketball Hoop 2120 Tom Nook/Redd's Tent
Billiard Table 1800 Tom Nook
Ball Return 6200 Tom Nook
Bowling Pins 1200 Tom Nook
Dart Board 1520 Tom Nook
Mahjong Table 4200 Tom Nook
Mountain Bike 3380 Tom Nook
Tennis Table 1800 Tom Nook
Snowboard 1400 Tom Nook
Surfboard 1400 Tom Nook

Stereos
CD Player 1600 Tom Nook
Dice Stereo 2150 Tom Nook/Redd
Gold Stereo 2640 Tom Nook
Hi-Fi Stereo 5400 Spotlight Item*
High-End Stereo 2750 Redd
Phonograph 1840 Tom Nook
Red Boom Box 1500 Tom Nook
Reel-To-Reel 2000 Tom Nook
Retro Stereo 5500 Tom Nook
Tape Deck 700 Tom Nook
Turntable 2580 Tom Nook/Redd
White Boom Box 1500 Tom Nook

Storage
Pink Box 980 Tom Nook
Blue Box 980 Tom Nook
Beige Box 980 Tom Nook
Cardboard Box 100 Tom Nook
Clothes Closet 1340 Tom Nook
Wooden Box 200 Tom Nook
Safe - Redd
Storage Case 980 Tom Nook

Televisions
Retro TV 1600 Tom Nook
TV with VCR 2000 Tom Nook
Wide-Screen TV 2200 Tom Nook/Redd

Town Models
One-Story Model Earn 70000 Points for the HRA
Two-Story Model Earn 100000 Points from the HRA
Mansion Model Earn 150000 Points from the HRA
Nook's Cranny Earn 300 Points for shopping at
Tom Nook's
Nook 'n Go Earn 5000 Points for shopping at
Tom Nook's
Nookway Earn 10000 Points for shopping at
Tom Nook's
Nookington's Earn 20000 Points for Shopping at
Tom Nook's
Museum Model Donate more exhibits to the
Museum than anyone else
Town Hall Model Have a balance of 999,999,999 in
your Town Hall account
Trophies
Bug Trophy - The Bug-Off
Fish Trophy - Fishing Tourney
Flower Trophy - Flower Fest

Worldly Items
Broken Post 1800 Tom Nook
Corinthian Post 3600 Tom Nook
Ionian Post 3600 Tom Nook
Pantheon Post 3600 Tom Nook/Redd
Plate Armor 1850 Gulliver
Manekin Pis 1300 Gulliver
Tribal Mask 1100 Gulliver
Merlion 2300 Gulliver
Mermaid Statue 1900 Gulliver
Moai Statue 1900 Gulliver
Mouth of Truth 1900 Gulliver
Mummy's Casket 4400 Spotlight Item*
Pagoda 1280 Gulliver
Tower of Pisa 2300 Gulliver
Pyramid 3800 Tom Nook
Spaceman 1440 Tom Nook/Redd
Sphinx 3200 Tom nook
Arc de Triomphe

*Spotlight items are items Tom Nook displays under a
spotlight, these are only avalible under the spotlight.

**These are only during a certain time, but are still
pretty common


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8.ae Wallpaper & Carpet
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Wallpaper/Carpet Buy Price Seller
Classic Wall 2100 Tom Nook
Classic Carpet 2300 Tom Nook

Cabana Wall 1480 Tom Nook
Cabana Flooring 1680 Tom Nook

Modern Wall 1450 Tom Nook
Modern Tile 1540 Tom Nook

Green Wall 1050 Tom Nook
Green Rug 1540 Tom Nook

Exotic Wall 1420 Tom Nook
Exotic Rug 1820 Tom Nook

Lovely Wall 1880 Tom Nook
Lovely Carpet 1980 Tom Nook

Ranch Wall 1450 Tom Nook
Ranch Flooring 1750 Tom Nook

Blue Wall 1260 Tom Nook
Blue Flooring 1580 Tom Nook

Regal Wall 2240 Tom Nook
Regal Carpet 2850 Tom Nook

Cabin Wall 1200 Tom Nook
Cabin Rug 1540

Kiddie Wall 1500 Tom Nook
Kiddie Carpet 1630 Tom Nook

Snowman Wall 8888 Snowman
Snowman Carpet 8888 Snowman

Western Vista 1500 Saharah
Western Desert 1700 Saharah

Blue Tarp 1400 Saharah
Closed Road 1625 Saharah

Backyard Fence 800 Tom Nook
Backyard Lawn 880 Tom Nook

Playroom Wall 1320 Tom Nook
Playroom Rug 1630 Tom Nook

Pastel Dot Wall 1480 Tom Nook
Pastel Dot Rug 1300 Tom Nook

Robo-Wall 1780 Tom Nook
Robo-Floor 2400 Tom Nook

Forest Wall _ Cornimer
Forest Floor - Cornimer

Lunar Horizon 1900 Saharah
Lunar Surface 2000 Saharah

Ringside Seating 2250 Saharah
Boxing Ring Mat 2500 Saharah

Lab Wall 1460 Tom Nook
Lab Floor 1280 Tom Nook

Sea View 1000 Pascal
Ship Deck 1000 Pascal

Parlor Wall 1120 Tom Nook
Checkered Tile 1680 Tom Nook

Mod Wall 1200 Tom Nook
Ceramic Tile 1390 Tom Nook

Mosaic Wall 2100 Tom Nook
Mosaic Tile 2300 Tom Nook

Plaster Wall 880 Tom Nook
Birch Flooring 800 Tom Nook

Ornate Wall 1580 Tom Nook
Ornate Rug 2100 Tom Nook

Rose Wall 2240 Tom Nook
Fancy Carpet 2980 Tom Nook

Shoji Screen 1875 Saharah
Tatami Floor 2125 Saharah

Concrete Wall 800 Tom Nook
Steel Flooring 1480 Tom Nook

Groovy Wall 1280 Tom Nook
Diner Tile 1300 Tom Nook

Blue-Trim Wall 1420 Tom Nook
Red Tile 1680 Tom Nook

Chic Wall 1960 Tom Nook
Plush Carpet 2160 Tom Nook

Citrus Wall 1120 Tom Nook
Citrus Carpet 1330 Tom Nook

Old Brick Wall 1200 Tom Nook
Charcoal Tile 800 Tom Nook

Stone Wall 800 Tom Nook
Old Flooring 800 Tom Nook

Shanty Wall 800 Tom Nook
Shanty Mat 720 Tom Nook

Wood Paneling 1320 Tom Nook
Cowhide Rug 1540 Tom Nook

Music Room Wall 1600 Saharah
Music Room Floor 1800 Saharah

Plaza Wall 1960 Tom Nook
Plaza Tile 2180 Tom Nook

Stately Wall 2450 Tom Nook
Round Carpet 1080 Tom Nook

Arched Window 2150 Tom Nook
Parquet Floor 2350 Tom Nook

Ivy Wall 1250 Tom Nook
Slate Flooring 1380 Tom Nook

Exquisite Wall 1470 Tom Nook
Exquisite Rug 1960 Tom Nook

Floral Wall 2250 Tom Nook
Palace Tile 3200 Tom Nook

Manor Wall 1050 Tom Nook
Opulent Rug 1230 Tom Nook

Lattice Wall 1780 Tom Nook
Kitchen Tile 1890 Tom Nook

Imperial Wall 2660 Tom Nook
Imperial Tile 2980 Tom Nook

Bamboo Wall 1150 Tom Nook
Bamboo Flooring 1360 Tom Nook

Ancient Wall 2300 Saharah
Ancient Tile 2400 Saharah

Persian Wall 1480 Tom Nook
Persian Rug 1280 Tom Nook

Industrial Wall 1875 Saharah
Concrete Floor 1800 Saharah

Fairy Tale Wall 2400 Tom Nook
Fairy Tale Floor 2400 Tom Nook

Meadow Vista 2000 Saharah
Daisy Meadow 1800 Saharah

Desert Vista 2250 Saharah
Saharah's Desert 1800 Saharah

Sky Wall 1200 Tom Nook
Cloud Flooring 1480 Tom Nook

Cityscape Wall 1600 Tom Nook
Stone Tile 2750 Tom Nook

Common Wall 1240 Tom Nook
Common Floor 1280 Tom Nook

Library Wall 1680 Tom Nook
Tartan Rug 1820 Tom Nook

Illusion Wall 1360 Tom Nook
Illusion Floor 1600 Tom Nook

Tropical Vista 2300 Saharah
Tropical Floor 2050 Saharah

Chainlink Fence 2400 Tom Nook
Sandlot 1700 Saharah

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8.af Hacked Items
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These items don't appear in the game, they are items that
have been hacked. You can only get these if you hack them
yourself or buy them from someone from wifi. I don't know
much else about them but here they are.

Hacked Items
Brick block
Coin
Flagpole
Fire Flower
Super Mushroom
Green Pipe
? Block
Koopa Shell
Starman
Cannon
1-Up Mushroom
Fire Bar
Pikmin
Blue Falcon
Mushroom Mural
Block Flooring
Champ's Picture
Nana's Picture
Simon's Picture
Tammi's Picture
Monty's Picture
Elise's Picture

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9.b Wifi
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9.ba How to Connect to Wifi
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www.nintendowifi.com for info

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9.ba Wifi Safety
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DISCLAIMER: I am in no way endorsing the process of
sharing friend codes with other users.

First off, many users are complaining of clans destroying
towns and uprooting plants. You, as the host, have
complete and utter control over what gets saved and what
doesn't. Keep these things in mind:

1.The game will save when a person enters your town.
2.The game will save when a person leaves your town.
3.The game will save when you open your gates.
4.The game will save when you select "Party's Over"
5.When in another town, the game will always save when
somebody enters or leaves.
6.If any person disconnects, all progress after the last
save is wiped.

If a person starts to do bad things in your town, it may
be accidental. However, if they continue to do so,
turning off your Nintendo DS or your router will undo
all of the damage, and you will go back to the save
point when the most recent visitor entered/exited your
town. Additionally, you won't have to pay a visit to
Resetti at all!

If trading with somebody, always ensure the host (the
player native to the town) drops his/her part of the
trade first. If you drop your portion first, the host can
easily select "Party's Over" and boot you, ensuring you
get nothing. However, if the host drops first, they can
turn off the DS if the recipient starts to run away. This
is a guaranteed method of trading, assuming you trade
soon after the person enters your town; that way, you
will lose very little progress when you forcibly end the
Wi-Fi session.

Never, under any circumstances, allow a person you do not
trust to wander around your town. It's best to set some
guidelines before the person enters and to reset if they
break any of them. If they should like to see your town,
keep them in eyesight at all times.

When letting people you don't know into your town, try to
make sure you only have one other person in your town at
a time. If they run away from you make sure you follow
them. If you allow 2 or more other people it is easy to
lose track of them and they could wreak havoc on your
town.

Some clans send people out in pairs; one person talks to
an NPC, which stops you from using "Party's Over" trick,
then the other person destroys and loots your town. As
soon as they're done, one of the people will quickly
leave so it automatically saves the destruction. When the
"Someone's Leaving" icon starts flashing, you can safely
turn off the power.

If you must let 2 strangers in make sure you have a friend
(or someone else you trust) so you each can keep an eye
on each guest.

Even though Animal Crossing has a built in censor it is
easily bypassed. Because of this when you let some one
unkown into your town they can write some nasty stuff on
your town board and even worse they might send, "adult
themed" letters to your animals in your town.

This means your little brother, sister, or someone else
might accidently stumble into your town and onto these
letters. This is all the more important while it is vital
to keep track of visitors in your town if you do not
trust them.

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9.bc Wifi Games
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Be warned these games are very hard to play with any lag!


Axe Tag
This game requires three or four players, each player
must have an axe or a shovel or a bug catching net, and a
timer. One person uses the timer to count to 30, he
starts at the town hall. He then runs around with an axe
(or shovel or bug catching net) and tries to hit one of
the other three players. Once someone is tagged, they
must count to 30 with their timer then use their axe to
tag someone else. Throw in some pitfalls!

Treasure Hunt
This game requires three or four players, one player puts
trash (hide under trees/dig) in his/her own town with
his/her town gate closed. He/She hides one item which the
other players mush find that one item. Throw in a big
prize of bells or furniture to make it fun!

Freeze Tag (AKA Horror Movie)
You use 4 people an axe and a hockey mask. The killer
wears the hockey mask and wields the axe and runs around
and tries to hit people with the axe. once hit with the
axe you are dead and must stand in the same stop till the
game is over. Last hit with the axe is next games killer.

Checkers
You need an open space (eight squares by eight squares).
For the pieaces you use fruits (16 fruit for each player),
and your opponet would use a different fruit. You would
have to decide want a king is, maybe use 100 bells as a
king.

Tic-Tac-Toe
Use fruits for X's and O's, make sure they are different
fruits. Thats pretty much it.

Capture the Flag
This game requires four players, each player must have an
axe or a shovel or a bug catching net, The flags will be,
umbrellas. Use one of the three weapons to tag people with,
and once you take the umbrella you have to wear it and you
cannot put it in your inventory, you have to either drop
it or hold it. Once you are tagged, you must go back to
your home base. Throw in some pitfalls!


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10.b Other
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10.ba Tools, etc.
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Tools Buy $* What they do
Fishing Rod 500 For fishing
Bug Net 500 For bugcatching
Slingshot 500 For hitting flying things
out of the sky
Shovel 500 For diging up things and
for planting trees
Watering Can 500 For watering flowers
Axe 400 For choping down trees
Golden Shovel - Makes bell trees
Golden Fishing rod - It holds fish on the lure
longer
Golden Net - Bigger net
Golden Slingshot - Fires three rocks at a time
Golden Axe - won't break
Golden Watering Can - Turns withered flowers to
Golden Flowers

Golden Tools How to Obtain
Golden Fishing Rod Catch every type of fish once.
Golden Bug Net Catch every type of bug once.
Golden Slingshot Shoot 15 items out of the sky,
then you get it if you shoot it
down.
Golden Shovel Bury a regular shovel in the
ground, and then dig it up a full
day later. It will then be golden.
You'll need two shovels to do this.
Golden Watering Can Keep the environment perfect for
16 days in a row. Pelly or Phyllis
will reward you with the golden
can.
Golden Axe* Purchase a red turnip from Joan and
plant it in the ground for one day.
(Joan appears every Sunday from 6am
to 12pm). Dig up the turnip and feed
it to wendell, who will give you the
turban. (Wendell appears a random
weekday from 6am to 12am, ask Booker
to find out which day.) Trade the
turban to Sahara for the massage
chair. (Sahara appears a random
weekday from 6am to 12am, ask Booker
to find out which day). Trade the
massage chair to the Mayor to get the
scallop. (The mayor is in front of the
town hall during any holiday). Trade
the scallop to Pascal to get the golden
axe, wich will never break. (Pascal
appears a random weekday from 6am to
12am, ask booker to find out when.)

*In the process of this trade, if you get the Country
Guitar, give it to K.K. Slider to get K.K.'s Pic, and if
you got the Red Vase, give it to Crazy Redd in exchange
for the Safe. Give the safe to Tom Nook for the Tom Nook
Picture.

Etc. Buy $* How to obtain
Timer 500 Tom Nook
Medicine 400 Tom Nook
Note in a Bottle 200 Tom Nook
Party Popper - Speak to Tortimer sometime
during New Year's Eve
Sparkler - Speak to Tortimer during
the Fireworks Show
Roman Candle - Speak to Tortimer during
the Fireworks Show
Pitfall Seed - Must be found underground,
Recycling Bin, Lost
and Found, or given as
a gift.
Paint 980 Nookington's

*I ran out of room, "Buy $" just means Buy Price

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10.bb K.K. Slider Songs
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Go to The Roost Café in the basement of your museum on
Saturday nights between 8:00 p.m. and 12:00 midnight and
talk to K.K. Slider. You can have him pick a song for you
or you can request a song. These are all of his songs:


K.K. Slider Songs
Agent K.K.
Aloha K.K.
Café K.K.
Comrade K.K.
DJ K.K.
Forest Life*
Go K.K. Rider!
I Love You
Imperial K.K.
K.K. Aria
K.K. Ballad
K.K. Blues
K.K. Bossa
K.K. Calypso
K.K. Casbah
K.K. Chorale
K.K. Condor
K.K. Country
K.K. Cruisin'
K.K. D & B
K.K. Dirge
K.K. Dixie
K.K. Etude
K.K. Faire
K.K. Folk
K.K. Fusion
K.K. Gumbo
K.K. Jazz
K.K. Lament
K.K. Love Song
K.K. Lullaby
K.K. Mambo
K.K. Marathon
K.K. March
K.K. Metal
K.K. Parade
K.K. Ragtime
K.K. Rally
K.K. Reggae
K.K. Rock
K.K. Rockabilly
K.K. Safari
K.K. Salsa
K.K. Samba
K.K. Ska
K.K. Song
K.K. Soul
K.K. Steppe
K.K. Swing
K.K. Tango
K.K. Technopop
K.K. Waltz
K.K. Western
King K.K.
Lucky K.K.
Marine Song 2001
Mountain Song
Mr. K.K.
My Place
Neapolitan
Only Me
Pondering
Rockin' K.K.
Seńor K.K.
Soulful K.K.
Steep Hill
Surfin' K.K.
The K. Funk
To the Edge
Two Days Ago

*This is the opening song to Animal Crossing for the
Gamecube, it's called Forest Life because the game was
translated to Animal Forest in japan.

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10.bc Gyroids
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|Gyroids |
| |
| Alloid Set Mini, Mega, Tall, |
| Bovoid Set Mega, Tall, |
| Bowtoid Set Mini, Mega, Tall, Bowtoid |
| Buzzoid Set Mini, Mega, Tall, Buzzoid |
| Clankoid Set Mini, Mega, Tall, Clankoid |
| Croakoid Set Mini, Mega, Tall, Croakoid |
| Dekkoid Set Mini, Mega, Dekkoid |
| Dingloid Set Mini, Mega, Tall, Dingloid, Squat, Wee |
| Dinkoid Set Mini, Mega, Dinkoid |
| Drilloid Set Mini, Mega, Drilloid |
| Droploid Set Tall |
| Echoid Set Mini, Mega, Tall |
| Fizzoid Set Mini, Mega |
| Freakoid Set Mini, Mega |
| Gargloid Set Mini, Tall, Gargloid |
| Gongoid Set Mini, Mega, Tall, Gongoid |
| Harmonoid Set Mini, Mega, Tall, Harmonoid |
| Howloid Set Mini, Mega, Howloid |
| Lamentoid Set Mini, Mega, Tall, Lamentoid |
| Lullaboid Set Mini, Mega, Tall, Lullaboid |
| Metatoid Set Mini, Metatoid |
| Nebuloid Set Mini, Mega, Tall, Nebuloid, Squat, Slim |
| Oboid Set Mega, Tall, Oboid |
| Oombloid Set Mini, Mega, Tall, Oombloid |
| Percoloid Set Mega, Tall |
| Plinkoid Set Mini, Mega, Plinkoid |
| Poltergoid Set Mini, Mega, Tall, Poltergoid |
| Puffoid Set Mini, Mega, Tall |
| Quazoid Set Mini, Mega, Tall, Quazoid, Slim |
| Rythmoid Set Mini, Rythmoid |
| Rustoid Set Mini, Mega, Rustoid |
| Sproid Set Mini, Mega, Tall, Sproid |
| Sputnoid Set Mini, Mega, Tall, Sputnoid |
| Squelchoid Set Mini, Mega, Squelchoid |
| Strumboid Set Mini, Mega, Tall, Strumboid |
| Timpanoid Set Mini, Mega, Tall, Timpanoid |
| Tootoid Set Mini, Mega, Tootoid |
| Warbloid Set Mini, Tall, Warbloid |
| |
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10.bd Keepsakes
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|HRA Rewards |
| One-Story Model 70000 HRA Points |
| Two-Story Model 100000 HRA Points |
| Mansion Model 150000 HRA Points |
| |
|Shopping Points |
| Nook's Cranny 300 Points |
| Nook 'n Go 5000 Points |
| Nookway 10000 Points |
| Nookington's 20000 Points |
| |
|Saving Rewards |
| Box of Tissues 1,000,000 Bells |
| Piggy Bank 10,000,000 Bells |
| Pelly's Picture 100,000,000 Bells |
| Phyllis' Picture 500,000,000 Bells |
| Town Hall Model 999,999,999 Bells |
| |
|Donation Rewards |
| Green Feather 10,000 Bells |
| Blue Feather 200,000 Bells |
| Yellow Feather 500,000 Bells |
| Red Feather 800,000 Bells |
| Purple Feather 1,100,000 Bells |
| White Feather 1,400,000 Bells |
| Rainbow Feather 6,400,000 Bells |
| |
|Other |
| Bug Trophy Catch the biggest bug during The Bug-Off. |
| Fish Trophy Catch the biggest fish in The Fishing Tourney. |
| Flower Trophy Create the best garden during The Flower Fest. |
| Moldy shirt Sometimes Gracie will attach a moldy shirt to |
| her evaluation ofyour fashion trend. |
| Work uniform Keep the work uniform that Tom Nook gives you |
| until you have completed all chores, at the |
| beginning of the game. |
| Museum Model Donate more exhibits to the Museum than anyone |
| else, once the Museum is complete. |
| Birthday Cake Someone in your town will give you a Birthday |
| Cake when the game is played on your birthday. |
| Party Poppers Speak to Tortimer on New Year's Eve to get Party|
| Poppers. |
| Roman Candles and Talk to Tortimer during the Fireworks Show to |
| Sparklers get Roman Candles and Sparklers. |
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10.be Paper
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All regular paper is 160 bells and can be bought from Tom Nook.

+----------------------------------------------------------------------+
|Paper |
| |
| Airmail Paper Flowery Paper Notebook Paper |
| Bathtub Paper Forest Paper Ocean Paper |
| Bejeweled Paper Four-Leaf Paper Petal Paper |
| Birthday Cards Geometric Paper Piano Paper |
| Bubble Paper Goldfish Paper Plaid Paper |
| Buttercup Paper Hamburger Paper Polka-Dot Paper |
| Butterfly Paper Industrial Paper Rainbow Paper |
| Camouflage Paper SMB3 Paper Ribbon Paper |
| Card Paper Lacy Paper Snowy Paper |
| Chic Paper Lemon-Lime Paper Southwest Paper |
| Chinese Paper Leopard Paper Sparkly Paper |
| Cloudy Paper Lined Paper Star Paper |
| Composer Paper Lotus Paper Tartan Paper |
| Cool Paper Lovely Paper Tile Paper |
| Cow Paper Maple-Leaf Paper Town View Paper |
| Crater Paper Mosaic Paper Unique Paper |
| Egyptian Paper Mushroom Paper Vine Paper |
| Fireworks Paper New Year's Card |
| Floral Paper Night Sky Paper |
| |
|Special Paper |
| |
| Academy paper Join the happy room academy. Room evaluations |
| will be sent on this. |
| Bottle Paper Can only be obained when you purchase a Note in |
| a Bottle. |
| Elegent paper Costs 800 bells at Nook's. |
| Formal Paper Win an event (The Fishing Tourney, etc) and it |
| will arrive with your prize. |
| Fox Paper Join Redd's membership, he will send a letter |
| with this paper. |
| Insurance Paper Buy insurance from Lyle and get hurt or buy a |
| fake item. He will then send a letter with 100 |
| bells and this paper. |
| Snowman Paper Obtain a prize from the snowman; you will see |
| the paper with the gift. |
| Nook Paper Can only be seen when something from your |
| Personal Catalog is mailed to you. |
| Town-Hall Paper Your Town Hall Account statements will be sent |
| to you on this paper. |
| Tortimer Paper Obtain as many acorns as possible during the |
| Acorn Festival. |
| |
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10.bf Wendell Pattern Guide
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On the right is what you would get Wendell for that particular pattern.

+----------------------------------------------------------------------+
|Fresh Water Fish |
| |
| Footprints Char |
| Overhead view A Catfish |
| Overhead view B Giant Snakehead |
| Overhead view C Pond Smelt |
| Overhead view D Gar |
| Puddle Crawfish, Frog, or Killifish |
| Checkpoint 1 Salmon |
| Checkpoint 2 King Salmon |
| North/South road Any freshwater fish* |
| East/West road Any freshwater fish* |
| South/East curve Any freshwater fish* |
| South/West curve Any freshwater fish* |
| North/West curve Any freshwater fish* |
| Intersection Any freshwater fish* |
| Crosswalk Any freshwater fish* |
| |
|Salt Water Fish |
| |
| Stones Barred Knifejaw |
| Fossil Dummy Coelacanth |
| Storm Drain Shark, Hammerhead Shark, or Ocean Sunfish |
| Stop Sign Any saltwater fish** |
| No Entry Sign Any saltwater fish** |
| Right Turn Sign Any saltwater fish** |
| Left Turn Sign Any saltwater fish** |
| Exclamation Sign Any saltwater fish** |
| No U-Turn Sign Any saltwater fish** |
| House This Way Any saltwater fish** |
| Town Hall This Way Any saltwater fish** |
| Museum This Way Any saltwater fish** |
| |
|Other |
| |
| Speed Boost Coconut |
| Brick Box Orange, Cherry, Apple, Peach, or Pear |
| "?" Box Acorn |
| Down Stairs White Turnip |
| |
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*Besides the Char, Catfish, Giant Snakehead, Pond Smelt, Gar, Crawfish,
Frog, Killifish, Salmon, or the King Salmon.
**Besides the Barred Knifejaw, Coelacanth, Shark, Hammerhead Shark, or
the Ocean Sunfish.

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10.bg Redd's Password Guide
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Although you can ask your neighbors for the password, here are all of
the possible answers

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|Redd's Password |
| |
| Ask and you shall Be charged |
| An open wallet Is often empty |
| Bottom dollar Top dog |
| 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 my fans Shop here again |
| Get an Education Or win it big |
| Give 2 cents Ask for change |
| Gold ingots Redd Bells |
| Head in the sand Find something |
| Hot and cold Money makes it |
| I'm all alone But I have cash |
| Life expectancy Redd is 35 |
| Look at people Wallets full |
| No money Means no fun |
| Roses have High prices |
| Rough childhood Lax adulthood |
| Spoiled rotten Bean curd |
| Talk is cheap So is Redd |
| Thankless Task goes unpaid |
| The grass is greener On my side |
| The pen Is cheaper |
| Tom Nook One ugly fellow |
| What smells? Bean curd. |
| What's inside Is fabulous |
| When the cat's gone Mice shop |
| Why buy the cow Buy milk here! |
| |
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10.bh NGC/DS Version Differences
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There are no NES games.
Your house has 3 extra rooms that you can upgrade to. No
basement in Wild World.
Wifi connection is now avaliable.
New Visitors include Dr. Shrunk, Pascal, and Lyle.
Holidays are not offical holidays, they are now made up!
The golden tools are aquired differently now.
There is no cliff inbetween your town anymore.
You don't have a gyroid at the outside of your house.
Hats are not mandatory anymore.
No more lighthouse at the beach.
Nookingtons now has a Hair Saloon.
The shells on the beach reappear, and there are new shells.
Redd's Tent now requires a password to enter.
There is an observitory and a coffee shop in the museum.
When fishing in the ocean, your lure goes out to sea
instead of in to the shore.
No more codes with Tom Nook.
No more wishing well.
You can save from anywhere in the game now, not just from
your gyroid.
Blathers can now identify your fossils instead of sending
them away.
The dump is now inside the town hall, it is also called
the recyle bin now.
There is no island. (If you disagree, check my "FAQ"
section)
The police station's lost and found is now at the town's
gate.
Bottle notes!
Every time you buy an item at Tom Nook's shop, it will add
points. As your points accumulate, you will receive special
items.
No more train. Instead there is a taxi who picks you up.
No more wisps, have fun picking your own weeds you time
travels.
There are only three different colors of Feng Shui.
There are many new characters, and many characters that
have only been available in Japanese version.
You will be able to change and make your own
constellations by visiting the Observatory.
The moon has different phases.
The Able Sisters sells clothing and accessories such as
glasses and hats.
You can now wish upon a star, you will recieve furniture in
the mail when you press A (or tap your character) when the
star comes by.
Sea Basses are bigger.

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11.b Tips, Tricks, and Easter Eggs
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11.ba Tips
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Wave to your Friends
Touch your bottom screen when a friend is near you,
including NPCs.

Bell Tree
Once you have the Golden Shovel, you can bury some bells
and it will grow into a tree. The more bells you bury,
the more bells the tree will grow. It will take one week
for the tree to grow bells and sometimes it won't grow
bells at all, if you want to make sure you get bells from
the bell tree, improve your feng shui. For info on the
rules of growing trees, check out the section named
"Trees".

Non-native Trees
Using WiFi you can get bells more easily, 80 non-native
trees will give you 120,000 bells, harvesting then in
rows will make it much easier.

Bell Rock
If you go around town hitting rocks with your shovel,
you might hit one that will spit out some bells,
keep hitting it and it will keep giving out bells for
an extended amount of time. To get a lot more bells from
each bell rock,
____________________
| | | |
| | Hole | |
| | | |
|______|______|______|
| | | |
| | You | Hole |
| | | |
|______|______|______|
| | | |
| Rock | | |
| | | |
|______|______|______|


Receive Birthday Cake Item
Log into your town on your birthday and get a Birthday
Cake item from one of your neighbors.

Party Poppers
Speak to Tortimer any time during New Year's Eve. He'll
give you Party Poppers to help celebrate the occasion.

Fireworks Show Items
These items can only be obtained during the Fireworks
Show. The Fireworks Show takes place every Saturday in
August, from 7-12PM. Speak to Tortimer during that time
to obtain the sparkler and roman candle.

Become friends with Brewster
Once a day you can buy coffee at the cafe'. At first he
just gives you coffe and says "Thanks...". But If you buy
some from him coffee every day he will start asking you
questions, treating you like a friend, asking you if he
can put special ingrediants in your coffee, and thanking
you for coming by.

Become friends with Sable
Whenever you enter the Able Sisters store and try to talk
to Sable (the hedgehog sitting behind the sewing machine
in the back left corner), she usually just ignores you,
or tries to tell you talk to her sister because she's
busy. To develop a "friendship" with Sable, you must talk
to her at least once every day for a number of days.
Eventually, she will start having conversations with you,
and even thank you for stopping by.

Easy way to Catch Bees
When the bee appears do not run from it, just open up your
items screen. The bee will just fly around your head, equip
your bug catching net. Then you just have to press "B" to
close the items screen and tap "A" a few times and you should
catch it.

Find Ants/Coachroaches
Leave turnips out side for a day or two a cocaroach or ants
will be found on them.

Bee Sting? Fake Paintings?
If you buy insurance from Lyle, you get money for being stung
by bees or buying fake paintings. You can also set what day
Crazy Redd will appear on. By the way, Lyle is infront of
your house every saturday. 100 bells for eash bee sting.

More Gifts!
If you send letter to your villagers, they will send you back
letters and gifts. Sometimes you will get non-native fruits.

Pitfall Fun
Use Pitfalls in WiFi mode, place them behind trees and let
your friends fall in them, have fun with them.

String Fish Tips
Turn the volume up as loud as possible, and fish in the river,
when you see a shadow as big as about the sea bass's, its
probably a string fish worth 15,000 bells each, scare the
smaller fish away by running by them. The best time to go
fishing for this fish is at 6am (In the winter of course.)

Ballon Presents aren't Random?
A balloon present will only appear between the times of 9 am
and 5 pm, and it will randomly appear at a time where the
minutes have a 4 or 5 in the last digit. Once a balloon
appears, another one will appear either 10 minutes, 20 minutes
or 30 minutes after, no sooner and no later, Gulliver doesn't
follow this.

Shooting Star Gift
When you see a shooting star on the upper screen tap your
character, or press A and you will get a gift in the mail on
the next day.

Free Non-Native Fruit, Without WiFi
If you send a letter to your villagers, with your native fruit
as a present, then they will send you back a non-native fruit.
This might take a while.

Keep Villagers in Your Town
Your animal friends may have their future plan, they may
prepare to move out suddenly. If you want to keep your
best, you have to visit them everyday. If your friend
has pack all things, you must talk to him/her several
times and write a letter to him/her. You may able to keep
this friend if do it with your heart. Also when your
villagers are sick, give them medicine or they will pack
up and leave your town!

Fishing Tournement, Win Every Time
You want to barley beat the record, because you have to beat your
own record. Give him a seabass for your first tournement, every
fish has a different length, meaning some seabasses are longer
than others.

Need Some Storage Room?
If Nook is upgrading, you can bury most of your items
(besides fruits) into the ground to free up your storage.
When Nook gets back dig everything up and sell it. You can
also use your house for everthing else. If you have WiFi
You can go to someone else's town to sell your things.
One last thing is to buy a dresser that can store tons
of things (depending on the dressing). Multible storage
items in the same room of your house share the same storage
room. If you make an extra character in your town, they can
store a lot.

Eyeballing your Villagers Furniture?
If you want something your villagers have send them a
letter with a complete sentance and no typos with a
present of something you do not want. The villager should
then replace one of their items with yours. Their old
item will go to the recycle bin.

Bring the Fish to you!
Sprinkle water into the river (doesn't work very well in
the ocean), and by the third time the fish will come to
you.

Free items from Saharah
If Sarah visits and you say you do not want to deliver,
then she gives you the item.

A Villager in Your house?
Your Villagers (NPCs) may ask you to visit you in your
house, be inside your house five minutes before they
wanted to meet you, and wait ten minutes for them. They
should come.

Change the background of your inventory
1) Grab a shirt or pattern.
2) Drag it to the lower left corner.
3) It'll be over an invisible space, drop it.

Whats the Weather like?
45 minutes into every hour, xx:45, if you have a T.V.
then turn it on. The weather channel should be on and it
will show you the weather.

No More Bees (Wifi)
In WiFi mode there are no bees when there are two or more
people in the same town, so shake those trees til your
hearts content.

Easy Bells (Wifi)
You will need WiFi. Empty out your inventory and pick up all
the fruit you can. Go to a friend's town that has a different
native fruit. Sell all of your fruit to your friend's Nook.
Pick up a bunch of your friend's native fruit. Go back to your
town and sell the fruit to your Nook. You can make 15,000
bells per round trip, without the "Hold 10 extra items" Trick.

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11.bb Tricks
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This is more of a secrets section, but since the other two
sections are "Tips" and "and Easter Eggs" I might as well
add to the clitche.


Instantly Cure Sick Villagers
When one of your villagers is sick, you'll have to give
him/her some Medicine every day for about a week to cure
him/her, but an easier way to cure him/her is to get on
WiFi or multiplayer, then the villager will be immediately
cured when someone visits your town.

Turnips that never spoil
First get a table and place it in your house. Now take any
item preferred item is fishing pole or shovel and set it
down in front of the table, now stand directly on that
item and try to place your turnips on the ground. Instead
of the turnips falling on the ground they go onto the
table. This prevents any spoiling as opposed to setting
them on the ground.

Cure a Bee Sting, Without Medicine
Saving and restarting your game cures your bee sting. Also
putting a mask over it (King Tut's Wig, etc) makes it so
no one notices it.

Hold 10 extra items
This is a really easy trick. Just buy 10 letters, leave
them blank, than pull an item onto it so that it
becomes a present. Tada, 10 extra slots.

Make your Villagers Take Care of Your Flowers
Plant four flowers by a villager's house. That villager will
then take care of all the flowers in your town, and even plant
more! This also makes some weeds appear as flowers instead.

Time Travel
Although most people do not do this, even though they know
about it because it does ruin the game (not literarly), you
still can. Go to the phone in your house and set time to
your destination. (Not recomended)

Duplicate your Items (Wifi)
The original owner of the item(s) to be cloned will visit
a friends town with the desired items to be cloned in
their inventory. The owner drops the items to the friend
whose town the cloner is in. Leave the town and about two
seconds after you hear the beeping "Register" noise turn
the power off. (Rumored to erase your save file, use with
caution)

Stalk Marketing (Wifi)
If you want quick bells, ask people what their turnips go
for at their town. Once you find a good price, go back in
time to Saturday morning and buy a lot of turnips (make
sure your making a profit). Then go to their town and sell
them! If you have two DS's and two Animal Crossing: Wild
World games you can also fast forward each day, until you
find a good price. On the other DS go to Saturday morning
until you have also a good price and buy a lot! Sell them
at the other DS with the good profit!

Undo WiFi Kaos (Wifi)
If someone takes your bell trees or worse, chops them down
just restart your game without saving, you will have to face
Resetti, but thats not that bad. Make sure you saved before
going online though!

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11.bc and Easter Eggs
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Easter Eggs are things in a game that won't help you at all, it's just something that someone added into the game so that you would (not always) have a good laugh.


Legend Of Zelda series reference
Go to a neighbor's house that has the Kiddie set of furniture. This is the set with the floor that looks like puzzle pieces. Find the long dresser that takes up two squares. Press A or tap yourself while facing it to open the drawer. A message box will pop up, reading "You found 10 rupees! Lucky! Too bad you can't use them in this town."

Boy's Hair... With a Girl?
If you talk to Harriet a lot, over a number of days, she will offer to give you a girl's haircut if you are a boy,
or a boy's haircut if you are a girl.

Snowman Easter Egg
The snowman series sell price is 8888 right? Eights also look like a snowman!

Four Leaf Clover
When a yellow flower is dead, it becomes a four leaf clover, nothing speacial, only sells for 80 bells.

Roof Color
The color of your DS (the color you choose at the home menu of the DS) determines your first roof color.

Town Gate color
Whatever colors your background from your DS will become the town gate's color. You must be the first one to start a game.

Flowers in your Hair
You can pick flowers from the ground and stick them in
your hair as normal head gear. Also, if you pick a rose,
you stick it in your mouth, instead, and it counts as an
accessory.

King Tuts Curse
The King Tut Wig makes you fall about once every minute,
although if you have bought insurance you will get 100
bells for every single fall (only 100 bells a day).

Real Paintings
The paintings you buy from Redd are accual paintings,like the "famous painting" is accually a picture of the Mona Lisa.

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12.b F.A.Q.
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These are the questions I've seen asked numerous times in Forums

Q) I can't seem to get any special vistors! All I get is Blanka,
A) Your a time traveler I suppose, go to the phone and turn off Blanka (the cat with no face). Then your visitors may come to your town without Blanka scaring them away.

Q) How many emotions can I hold?
A) Four.

Q) What did Nintendo change between the Gamecube version and the Nintendo DS verison?
A) Check the section called "NGC/DS Version Differences"

Q) When I try to bury my shovel to get the golden shovel, It won't let me, whats going on?
A) You need two shovels to pull this off, one to bury the other.

Q) I've heard on the forums if you go to the back of Tom Nook's shop between 12:00 and 2:00 p.m. Use a shovel to hit the back wall three times, then hit the front entrance once to be able to enter and see Tom Nook in pajamas with a teddy bear.
A) False.

Q) I've heard on the forums if you restart the game without saving at least two
times to have Mr. Resstti appear. Then, use a shovel to hit all the rocks
until one cracks. Hit that rock again, then enter the hole that appears to
find Mr. Resetti's home.
A) False, but you can in Animal Forest e+, thats why the story was all over.
I stumbled across this site one day, scroll down to the bottom of it. http://home.earthlink.net/~jacobpike/afplanet/e_misc.html, although that is Not the Wild World verison, it's the Japanese only Animal Forest e+.

Q) When I was on Wifi someone surrounded me in holes and I have no shovel! What do I do?
A) In this game you can kick sand into holes unlike the Gamecube verison by pressing the B button.

Q) What else can I do each day besides fishing and bug catching?
A) There is a lot to do each day, here are a few things.
1.Find a bell rock, each day there is atleast one bell rock.
2.Shake trees for furniture, there are atleast two furniture pieaces per day.
3.Dig for fossils and other things, there are always three fossils every new day.
4.Check the lost and found, and the dump. Villagers dump their old furniture into the dump every time you give them a gift.
5.Catch (or atleast try to) three bees.

Q) Where is it better to fish, in the river or the ocean?
A) The River, more fish, better prices, no sea basses.

Q) Any Tips on fishing?
A) Turn the volume up as loud as possible, and fish in the river, when you see a shadow as big as about the sea bass's, its probably a string fish (look up the string fish to see when it would appear) worth 15,000 bells each, scare the smaller fish away by running by them.

Q) Something like that grew in my friends town.... Anybody know what this is? Or what it does, how it got there, how to get rid of it?
A) It's Rafflesia! It's a super weed, pick all of our other weeds to get rid of it (your a time traveler aren't you?)

Q) Redd didn't let me buy anything from him, he said that I need high quality clothing, what clothes do you need?
A) You just have to have some money, at least 3,000 bells.

Q) How do I get online?
A) Check my "How to Connect to Wifi" section.

Q) You don't have the Animal Island secret in your guide, why is that?
A) There is no Animal Island in this game, that secret was spreaded, as far as I know, by GameFAQ.com, I am not sure why they did it (I asume just to see how many websites steal their info without any credit, or just to play with people.)

Q) Do you know of a website where you could buy items over Animal Crossing with bells?
A) Either nookbay.com or nookway.com, I prefer nookbay.com

Q) My bell tree didn't make bells, why?
A) You need to improve your Feng Shui.

Q) I heard about a treasure chest thats full of bells! Where could I find it?
A) Although I haven't done much research on it, I highly doubt that's even true. Notice how they took out most of the cheap ways of getting bells?

Q) Is it true you can get a, if you are a male in the game, a girl's haircut?
A) Yes! If you talk to Harriet a lot, over a number of days, she will offer to give you a girl's haircut if you are a boy, or a boy's haircut if you are a girl.

Q) I got a fake painting what can I do?
A) You can get insurance and give it to Lyke for 100 bells, that's it. I'd suggest you sell it to someone through wifi if you can get away with it.

Q) I NEED A LOT OF BELLS
A)fishing, buying stuff from Tom Nook or the Able Sisters and selling it people over the internet for a higher price, stalk marketing, or orcharding.

Q) What is this "Red Tulip Glitch"? I put it in my house an it disapeared and I can't place anything in it's origanal place! What happened?
A) After using wifi, a letter shows up in your mailbox. The title of this letter is garbled characters, and it is usually blank when read. There is a present attached. When you unwrap it, you will find a furniture leaf called "red tulips" inside. However, if you put it in your house, it disappears and cannot be picked up again. Now you cannot place anything where this tulip once was. Dropping it outside doesn't do anything. I don't know anything else about it. Nintendo is the corprate, it was a unfinished letter that was acidently sent out. They are working on a donwloadable fix so sit tight.
If you just got it, do not drop the item in your house, do not drop the item outside your house, If you did drop it, do not save your game.

Q) When you get villager's pictures does the animal have to be an opposite sex?
A) No.

Q) If I go to someone's town with a white turnip and they have time travelefd before I got there, if I come back to my town will they have spoiled?
A) No.

Q) Does Blanca make other special visitors not appear?
A) Although I don't know, you should go to your phone and ask Blanca not to appear at your town.

Q) Is there an Action Replay for Animal Crossing: Wild World?
A) Yes, you can get it almost anywhere. It does work with Animal Crossing: Wild World.

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