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Stardew Valley’s long-awaited multiplayer mode is finally here. Whether you’re a seasoned farmer jumping back into the game, or a newcomer joining a friend out on the land for the first time, these Stardew Valley tips will get your operation up and running in no time.
Fans of Harvest Moon will immediately feel at home playing Stardew Valley. Clearing rocks from your field to make room for crops is intuitive to those who have done it before, and a good way to ease in newcomers. But there are other parts of Stardew Valley’s controls and farm life that don’t come quite as naturally including a few things that are downright perplexing. After toiling away in the hot sun for hours, here are some tips I wish I had known before starting Stardew Valley.
Cool Stardew Valley Tips
Choose your farm type wisely
In the 1.1 updates, Stardew Valley had several new farm maps added. You can still choose the original, wide open field map from the game’s launch, but the others add support for those who may prefer fishing or fighting over farming. If you’ll be playing for the first time, the standard farm is a good, balanced option to help you figure out what pastimes are your favorite route through the game.
The Riverland farm, as you might expect, is largely water. This cuts back on the farmable land but lets you catch all the river and lake fish that you otherwise would have to walk to town to lure in. Don’t forget the crab pots, either!
The forest farm provides foraging opportunities and respawning stumps for collecting hardwood. The hilltop farm adds a mining area, which is more convenient than going to the quarry. The wilderness farm spawns monsters at night, providing access to loot in your backyard, instead of trekking to the mines.
Watch TV every morning
It’s easy to pass right by your TV in the mornings, but it’s worth clicking through the various channels each time you wake up, especially since the game pauses while you read. The Weather Forecast is straightforward, telling you what you can expect for the next day. While it’s not immediately useful information, it can potentially change what you might want to do that day if you know it will be raining the next.
The Fortune Teller is another one that can seem unimportant but can genuinely shape what you plan for the day is. How “lucky”, the Fortune Teller says your day will directly influence certain RNG events within the game. Two important ones for that are item quality and ore in the mines. Picking crops or doing similar activities on lucky days increases the likelihood of those items being higher quality, thus selling for more.
And finally, the irregular shows, Queen of Sauce and Livin’ Off The Land, can be incredibly important. Queen of Sauce will teach you a new cooking recipe once a week, which becomes more relevant once you have a kitchen to cook in. On the other hand, Livin’ Off The Land has immediately relevant information, telling you things you would otherwise only be able to learn from the game’s official wiki page like which fish are only available to catch during a season and the location and time of day that can be found.
Go to bed
Let’s just say I learned this the hard way so you don’t have to. Staying up past 1 AM isn’t much of a problem as long as you don’t run entirely out of energy, but you will wake up with slightly less energy the next day. But once the clock strikes 2 AM, your Cinderella dress fades away as you hit the dirt and pass out on the ground, which is a whole lot worse than just going to sleep tired.
You’ll have less energy the next day. Additionally, and I may be crazy and wrong about this as I couldn’t find anyone else who mentioned it, but I’m pretty sure I once lost a whole day after passing out in the woods. Either way, it’s not worth the risk. It’s good to push your usable hours to the max, but make sure you can still get home in time for a real bed each night.
Fix the bridge to the tide pools early
From the very start of the game, there’s a broken plank across the river on the right side of the beach that requires 300 wood to fix. Now, 300 wood is a whole lot, especially early in the game when it may take you a full day or two of chopping trees to get that amount, but it’s definitely worth it in the long run. Repairing the bridge gives you access to the tide pools, a small extension to the beach area without much to do. What it does have, however, is Sea Urchins and Coral lying on the ground.
Sea Urchins and Coral, along with a few other things that occasionally show up. You make money slowly for your first few seasons, and the tide pools area offers a reliable (and, once opened, free) source of income. You won’t miss the wood next season, and you will be thankful for the extra cash.
Build a silo before cutting your grass
Your farm is in a pretty sorry state at the start of the game but resists the urge to immediately clear out the entire thing at least hold off cutting the grass. When you chop down grass with the Scythe, it automatically collects as Hay, which is useful should you plan on raising any animals. The thing is, you only get Hay if you have a Silo in which to collect that straw.
A Silo is pretty easy to build. The nominal cost of 100g, 100 stone, 10 clay, and five copper bars isn’t too difficult to come by, even in the early game. Build one before cutting all that grass and you should be plenty stocked for the coming winter.
Crab pots are totally worth it
The crab pot is an item where you place it into a body of water (most profitably, the ocean), equip it with bait, and the next day you can return to collect your cretaceous catch. They definitely aren’t an early-game item as you have to have level three fishing to craft or buy them, and they are either take three iron bars to craft or 1,500 gold to buy. Definitely not cheap, but they have the potential for a massive return on your investment. They never break or run out, and as long as you keep them baited (which isn’t difficult if you are getting lots of bug meat from the mines) crab pots represent a nearly daily source of endless income.
What’s more, simply using a crab pot will let you complete the crab pot bundle in the community center, which (slight spoilers) will earn you three more crab pots. It’s definitely slow-goings at first, but if you aren’t a fan of fishing you can speed the process up by taking the Trapper profession at fishing level five, which changes the recipe of a crab pot from 40 wood and three iron bars, to 25 wood and two copper bars a significantly lower cost to pay. Basically, crab pots start out looking expensive and slow, but if properly maintained are essentially an infinite source of free money. Nice, right?
Bring food into the mines
Food is easy to underestimate when you first start Stardew Valley, primarily because you don’t have a kitchen and raw food just isn’t that impressive. But the ability to regenerate energy and health can be vital, especially when you’re trying to get the most out of each trip into the mines. Some of the community bundles can let you jump ahead a bit by giving you small quantities of high-end foods like chocolate cake, but even just crafting a handful of field snacks (unlocked from getting level one in foraging) can make the difference between passing out breaking rocks and making it to the next elevator.
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