Animal Crossing: Wild World FAQ

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|  1. Introduction..................................[01.00]  |
|  2. Verisons......................................[02.00]  |
|  3. Newbie Guide..................................[03.00]  |
|      - Starting out...............................[03.01]  |
|      - What do I do now?..........................[03.02]  |
|      - Controls...................................[03.03]  |
|  4. Lists.........................................[04.00]  |
|      - Bugs.......................................[04.01]  |
|      - Fish.......................................[04.02]  |
|      - Fossils....................................[04.03]  |
|      - Furniture Series...........................[04.04]  |
|      - Furniture Themes...........................[04.05]  |
|      - Furniture Sets.............................[04.06]  |
|      - Misc. Furniture............................[04.07]  |
|      - Wallpaper & Carpet.........................[04.08]  |
|      - Hacked Items...............................[04.09]  |
|      - Gyroids....................................[04.10]  |
|      - Paintings..................................[04.11]  |
|      - Paper......................................[04.12]  |
|      - Shells.....................................[04.13]  |
|      - Tools and hand held equipment..............[04.14]  |
|      - Clothes and Apparel........................[04.15]  |
|      - Villagers..................................[04.16]  |
|      - Town Tunes.................................[04.17]  |
|      - House Upgrades.............................[04.18]  |
|  5. Mini-Guides...................................[05.00]  |
|      - Feng Shui and Luck.........................[05.01]  |
|      - Perfect Town...............................[05.02]  |
|      - Making 'Bells'.............................[05.03]  |
|      - Breeding Flowers (Hybrid Guide)............[05.04]  |
|      - Your Character (Hair and Appearance).......[05.05]  |
|      - Turnips & The Stalk Market.................[05.06]  |
        |      - Happy Room Academy (HRA)...................[05.07]  |
|  6. Miscellaneous Information.....................[06.00]  |
|      - Shooting Stars.............................[06.01]  |
|      - Weather....................................[06.02]  |
|      - Roommates..................................[06.03]  |
|      - Special Visitors Items/Info................[06.04]  |
|      - Calendar...................................[06.05]  |
|      - Buildings in Town (Info on each Building)..[06.06]  |
|      - NGC/DS Version Differences.................[06.07]  |
|  7. Wifi..........................................[07.00]  |
|      - Wifi Safety................................[07.01]  |
|      - Wifi Games.................................[07.02]  |
        |      - Wifi Gliches and Prizes....................[07.03]  |
|  8. Tips, Tricks, and Easter Eggs.................[08.00]  |
|      - Tips.......................................[08.01]  |
|      - Tricks.....................................[08.02]  |
|      - Easter Eggs................................[08.03]  |
|  9. F.A.Q.........................................[09.00]  |
|  10. Credits......................................[10.00]  |
|  11. Contact Info.................................[11.00]  |
|  12. Copyright....................................[12.00]  |
|  13. Closing......................................[13.00]  |
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Wecome to my FAQ, I have completely revised it, making it easier to read with
a much better layout. I redid the "Table of Contents" and I added a "Points
of interest" list at the end of some sections refering you to other sections
in my FAQ. Please note that each "Points of interest" link uses a comma and
not a period just for much easier browsing.

Please Tell me what you think about the new version.

"XfollowTHEreaperX" is my most common alias, you might have seen me on the
Nintendo boards. My other alias' are "XfollowTEHreaperX", "ChildofBodom",
and "Misbeliever01" all depending on the length of characters aloud in user

                    |          Points of Interest          |
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                    | Table of Contents............[01,00] |
                    | Verison History..............[02,00] |
                    | Starting out.................[03,01] |
                    | Controls.....................[03,03] |
                    | Contact Info.................[11,00] |

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*                        V E R S I O N   H I S T O R Y                       *
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1R.2 Fixed minor typos, added two town tunes. Added Nook's Prices for each
Acorn. Totally finished the Feng Shui section unless there is an error in it.
Edited the contact info section. New Redd password.

1R.1 Fixed most of the "Points of Interests". Formated the Tips, Tricks, and
 Easter Eggs to the new format. Fixed some minor typos. Added a Wifi Gliches
 and Prizes which will include what Nintendo has sent out and known glitches
 or prizes. Perfected the Bugs and Fish section, sorry about that, that was a
 mess! E-mail me if you would like the month by month section for the bugs
 and fish. Accidently deleted the peak times of each bug and fish, Doh'!
 I added ASCII letters at the top (Animal Crossing Wild world). Added a new
 diagram to the House Upgrades Section. Totally compacted and updated the
 Special Visitors Items/Info section. I took all of the info of all of the
 visitors and put it in this one section.

1R.0 Totally remodeled it, still some work to be done. Added a bunch of guides.

4.0 Remodeled some of this FAQ. Please tell me what you think.

3.33 - Jordon K. gave me the price of a missing item. I alphabetized some more
 stuff. Shinkuu proved the "insure fake paintings" trick wrong. Minor fix ups
 here and there, new Redd password, made a new fish guide sorted by months
 avaliable. New ASCII at the top, tell me what you think of it.

3.32 - Alphabetized some things, still needs a lot of work. Fixed some more
 typos, added all of the villager species, seperated the "Villagers" and the
 "Special Characters" into two sections. Added two types of paper I was
 missing. Added Ranch Series, needs more info on that. Maybe next verison I
 will alphabetize everything.

3.31 - New version of "The Daily Show Theme Song". is now hosting my
 FAQ. Added about 20 more catchphrases. I will add each villager's birthday
 later. Added about six questions in the "F.A.Q." section. I added a hacked
 item section. Started and finished the roommates section. Added how to insure
 real paintings.

3.30 - Added "Turnips that never spoil" and "Instantly Cure Sick Villagers"
 Tricks.Finaly fixed 1/2 of my "Bugs" section. Fixed and finished "Flowers"
 section. Added an FAQ for the "Red Tulip Glitch". Took off my messanger

3.22 - Fixed typos. Maybe I'll get off my lazy butt and fix the bug section.
 maybe not.

3.21 - Added the visitors at the Café (aka The Roost), added how to get
 Wendell's Patterns. Gave tips, tricks, and easter eggs its own section. I
 also put Redd's Passwords in it's own section, but now the table of contents
 is very overwhelming. I think I need to fix the table of contents again.

3.20 - Still many errors in the bug section, I added two bugs and I fixed the
 HRA guide so it looks much nicer and added even more info! 

3.17 - I switched it over to my username on GameFAQs and fixed errors.

3.15 - Minor changes, added some wifi games and stuff.

3.10 - "Flower Crossbreeding" section fixed, and the "Feng Shui" section is
 100% done, maybe I might organize it a little better. Now I feel I should
 say that this guide is a "complete guide" because I have pretty much

3.00 - Changed around the sections again, added a "wifi safety" section (its
 just tips on being safe in wifi straight from a nintendo mod). Changed around
 the bug section, fixedsome typos again. "Flowers" section, "Fruits & Trees"
 section and the "Turnips & The Stalk Market" section were all separated.
 and am not going to play wifi with anyone through this FAQ, and now I'm
 hosting this FAQ on a new site.

2.60 - So many little changes I cant even list them, some typos also.

2.57 - "The Rules of Growing Trees" section had major messups, I fixed that,
 Added a way to avoid Resetti!

2.55 - Minor errors fixed, Added more techniques for catching bees. added
 a "What I still need" section if you would like to help me.

2.50 - Villagers Catch phrases, added a Wifi sectionm complete with wifi
 games! I split up the Tips, Tricks, and Easter Eggs section since it was
 getting too large :P. I think im going to redo the table of contents.
 Since i made my town into a huge orchard, I made a new section called
 "The Rules of Growing Trees".

2.41 - one thing, added "WiFi play" in my contact section, E-mail me if you
 want to play online!

2.40 - Not much new yet again, I added more "behind the scenes" as I'll call
 it. This Version was not published on GameFAQs, instead it was published to
 the new Hosts (listed under the "Copyright" section).

2.30 - I fixed some minor errors, mostly some from E-mails, thanks for
 everyone who E-mailed me, so far, since my FAQ has been public (8 days) I have
 received 29 E-mails.

2.20 - Finished Calender, and finished minor changes, fixed a few typos. I
 forgot to list my whole e-mail address!

2.00 - clothes section finished, Keepsakes finished, Town Tunes section has
 4 new town tunes, Apparel, etc section finished, not a lot more to do to
 finished this FAQ, just the Bugs section needs to be reoranized, add the bell
 price for it, Calendar, Weather, Flowers, Trees, Fruits, and Turnips, and
 Villagers section needs the catch phrases, maybe sort them by species?

1.30 - Finished Fossils, Fish, K.K. Slider Songs, Gyroids, added TONS of Tips,
 Tricks, and Easter Eggs, added all of the names of the villagers, edited a
 lot of little details, finished most of the your character section, so on...
 public release

1.20 - New graphic located at the top, completed a lot of everything and made
 this verion public. I have also rearranged the whole FAQ. making it a bunch
 easier to read, I also added a "Your Character" section because I just found
 out that you actually without knowing it customize your face. Correction, not
 public still.

1.10 - Most of everything to almost already complete, I have added a
 "Rumors/Secrets" section, added all of the paper types

1.00 - Just started the FAQ. Table of Contents is done and  everything else is
 just started

                    |          Points of Interest          |
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                    | Contact Info.................[11,00] |

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If your new to this game, this would be the best place to learn a little 
about it. The three sections below this will help you out. Don't be afraid to 
E-mail me for any reason and long as you searched around on my FAQ for an 
answer to your question.

                    |          Points of Interest          |
                    |                                      |
                    | Introduction.................[01,00] |
                    | Starting out.................[03,01] |
                    | What do I do now?............[03,02] |
                    | Controls.....................[03,03] |
                    | Contact Info.................[11,00] |

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*                           S T A R T I N G   O U T                          *
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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 (Look at the "Points of
Interest" at the bottom of this Section). During so, he will ask you your 
name you reply with either He will then ask you for your name, this you cannot

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.

                    |          Points of Interest          |
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                    | Your Character...............[05,07] |

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*                      W H A T   D O   I   D O   N O W ?                     *
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Now that you started your game, your probably wondering what your supposed to 
do. Well, you have a lot of freedom, you can fish, catch bugs, breed flowers, 
etc. First thing I suggest you do is to get some money, or in this game, 

                    |          Points of Interest          |
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                    | Bugs.........................[03,01] |
                    | Fish.........................[03,02] |
                    | Making 'Bells'...............[06,03] |

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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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                    |          Points of Interest          |
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                    | Bugs.........................[04,01] |
                    | Fish.........................[04,02] |
                    | Fossils......................[04,03] |
                    | Furniture Series.............[04,04] |
                    | Furniture Themes.............[04,05] |
                    | Furniture Sets...............[04,06] |
                    | Misc. Furniture..............[04,07] |
                    | Wallpaper & Carpet...........[04,08] |
                    | Hacked Items.................[04,09] |
                    | Gyroids......................[04,10] |
                    | Paintings....................[04,11] |
                    | Paper........................[04,12] |
                    | Shells.......................[04,13] |
                    | Tools and hand held equipment[04,14] |
                    | Clothes and Apparel..........[04,15] |
                    | Villagers....................[04,16] |
                    | Town Tunes...................[04,17] |
                    | House Upgrades...............[04,18] |

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Bug Name $$$$ WhereMonthTimePeak

Agrias Butterfly3,000 Flying (Flower)Jun-Sep9am-4pmApr-June Noon
Ant   80 Groundall year9pm-9amApr-June Noon
Atlas Beetle8,000 Palm Tree Jun-Aug9pm-4amMay-June Noon
Banded Dragonfly4,500 FlyingJun-Aug9am-4pm
Bee4,500 In Treesall yearall day
Bell Cricket  430 In GrassSep-Oct4pm-4am
Birdwing**3,000 Flying (Flower)Sep-Oct9am-4pm
Brown Cicada  200 On TreesJul-Aug9am-4pm
Cockroach    5 On Treesall yearall day
Common Butterfly   90 Flying (Flower)Mar-Sep/Apr-Jun 4am-4pm
Cricket  130 In GrassSept-Nov9pm-4am
Darner Dragonfly  200 Flying AnywhereJun-Aug9am-4pm
Dung Beetle  800 Near SnowballsDec-Feb4pm-4am
Dynastid Beetle1,350 On TreesJul-Aug9pm-4am
Elephant Beetle8,000 On Palm TreesJun-Aug9pm-4am
Emperor** 2500 Flying (Flower)Jun-Sep9am-4pm
Evening Cicada  550 On TreesJul-Aug4am-9am/4pm-9pm
Firefly  300 Near Fresh WaterJune9pm-4am
Flea   70 On NeighborMar-NovAll Day
Fly   60 ***All YearAll Day
Fruit Beetle  100 On TreesJul-SepAll Day
Giant Beetle   10,000 On TreesJul-Aug9pm-4am
Goliath Beetle6,000 On Palm TreesJun-Aug9pm-4am
Grasshopper  160 In GrassJul-Sep9am-4pm
Hercules Beetle12,000 On Palm TreesJul-Aug9pm-4am
Honeybee  100 Near FlowersMar-Aug9am-4pm
Jewel Beetle2,400 On TreesJul-Aug9am-4pm
Ladybug  200 On FlowersJun-Oct/Mar-May9am-4pm
Lantern Fly1,800 On TreesJun-Sep4pm-4am
Long Locust  200 In GrassMar-Aug9am-4pm
Longhorn Beetle   260 On treesJun-Aug9am-4pm
Mantis  430 On FlowersSep-Nov9am-4pm
Migratory Locust  600 In GrassSep-Nov9am-4pm
Mole Cricket  280 UndergroundNov-MayAll Day
Monarch**   90 Flying (Flower)Sept-Nov9am-4pm
Mosquito  130 Flying AnywhereJun-Sep4pm-4am
Moth   60 Near LightsMay-Sep9pm-4am
Peacock**  220 Flying, VioletMar-Sep9am-4pm
      Blue/Black flower May-Jun9am-4pm
Pillbug  250 Under Rocksall yearall day
Pondskater  130 Pond/Hold PondsJun-Sep9am-4pm
Oak Silk Moth1,200 On TreesJun-Sept9pm-4am
Orchid Mantis2,400 On FlowersAug-Nov9am-4pm
Rainbow Stag   10,000 On TreesJun-Sept9pm-4am
Red Dragonfly   80 FlyingSep-Oct4pm-9pm
Robust Cicada  300 On TreesJul-Aug9am-4pm
Saw Stag Beetle2,000 On TreesJul-AugAll Day
Scarab Beetle6,000 On TreesJul-Aug9pm-4am
Scorpion8,000 On GroundJul-Sep9pm-4am
Snail  250 On FlowersApr-SepAll Day
Spider  300 In TreesMar-NovAll Day
Stag Beetle2,000 On TreesJun-Aug9pm-4am
Tarantula8,000 On GroundsJun-Aug9pm-4am
Tiger Butterfly  160 FlyingMar-Sept4am-4pm
      (Red/Pink flower) May-Jun9am-4pm
Walker Cicada  400 On TreesJul-Aug9am-4pm
Walkingstick  600 On TreesJul-Nov4am-4pm
Yellow Butterfly   90 Flying (Flower)Mar-Sep9am-4pm

**This bug is a butterfly,

***Near Rafflesia, Rotten Turnips or Garbage.

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Fish Name $$$$ WhereWhen (Month),When (Time)

Angelfish3,000*river May-Octmorning-night
Arapaima       10,000*riverJul-Sepall day
Arowana       10,000*riverJun-Sepall day
Barbel Steed  200 river all yearall day
Barred Knifejaw5,000*ocean Mar-Novall day
Bitterling  900 river Nov-Feball day
Black Bass  300 river all yearall day
Blue Gill  120 river all yearnoon.
Blue Marlin    10,000*ocean Jul-Sepall day
Carp  300 riverall yearall day
Cat Fish  800 pondMay-Octmorning evening night
Char3,800 waterfall Mar-Jun/Sep-Novmorning evening
Cherry Salmon1,000 riverMar-Jun/Sep-Novmorning evening
Clownfish  650 oceanApr-Septall day
Coelacanth     15,000*oceanrain/snow all yearmorning evening night
Craw Fish  250 hold pond Apr-Sepall day
Crucian Carp  120 riverall yearall day
Dab  300 oceanOct-Aprall day
Dace  200 riverall yearmorning evening night
Dorado         15,000*riverJun-Sepmorning noon evening
Eel2,000 riverJun-Sepmorning evening night
Football Fish2,500*oceanNov-Marmorning evening night
Freshwater Goby  300*riverall yearmorning evening night
Frog  120 hold pond May-Augall day
Gar6,000*pondJun-Sepmorning evening night
Giant Snakehead 5,500 pondJul-Augnoon
Gold Fish1,300*riverall yearall day
Hammerhead Shark8,000*oceanJun-Sepall day
Horse Mackeral  150 oceanall yearall day
Jelly Fish  100 oceanAugall day
Killifish  300*hold pond Apr-Augall day
King Salmon1,800*riverSepall day
Koi2,000*riverall yearmorning evening night
Loach  300 riverMar-Mayall day
Ocean Sunfish4,000*oceanApr-Septmorning noon evening
Oc- pus  500 OceanSep-Jan/Mar-Julall day
Olive Flounder  800*Oceanall yearall day
Pale Chub  200 riverall yearnoon
Piranha2,500*riverJun-Sepnoon night
Pond Smelt  300 pondDec-Feball day
Popeyed Goldfish1,300*riverall yearall day
Puffer Fish  240 oceanJul-Sepall day
Augall day
Rainbow Trout  800 riverMar-Jun/Sep-Novmorning evening
Red Snapper3,000 oceanall yearall day
Salmon  700 riverSepall day
Sea Bass  160 oceanall yearall day
Sea Butterfly1,000 oceanDec-Feball day
Seahorse1,100 oceanApr-Novall day
Shark       15,000*oceanJun-Sepmorning evening night
Squid  400 OceanDec-Augall day
Stringfish     15,000*riverDec-Febmorning evening night
Sweetfish  900 riverJul-Sepall day
Tuna7,000*oceanNov-Marall day
Yellow Perch  240 riverOct-Mar/Nov-Feball day
Zebra Turkey Fish 400 oceanApe-Novall day


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 Anklyo Skull3000 Seismo Skull5000
 Anklyo Torso3000 Seismo Chest4500
 Anklyo Tail2500 Seismo Hip4000
 Seismo Tail4500
 Apato Skull5000Stego
 Apato Torso4500 Stego Skull5000
 Apato Tail4000 Stego Torso4500
 Stego Tail4000
 Dimetrodon Skull5500Tricera
 Dimetrodon Torso5000 Tricera Skull5500
 Dimetrodon Tail4500 Tricera Torso5000
 Tricera Tail4500
 Iguanodon Skull4000T-Rex
 Iguanodon Torso3500 T-Rex Skull6000
 Iguanodon Tail3000 T-Rex Torso5500
 T-Rex Tail5000
 Mammoth Skull3000Misc.
 Mammoth Torso2500 Amber1200
Pachy Dino Droppings1100
 Pachy Skull4000 Dinosaur Egg1400
 Pachy Torso3500 Fern Fossil1000
 Pachy Tail3000 Dinosaur Track1000
Ptera Peking Man1100
 Ptera Skull4500 Trilobite1300
 Ptera Right Wing4500 Shark Tooth1000
 Ptera Left Wings4500
 Ptera Body4000

 Plesio Skull4500
 Plesio Neck4500
 Plesio Torso4500

 Sabertooth Skull2500
 Sabertooh Torso2000

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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           2400Tom Nook
 Blue Bench             1900Tom Nook
 Blue Chair             1200Tom Nook
 Blue Dresser           2100Spotlight Item*
 Blue Bureau            2160Tom Nook
 Blue Clock             1600Tom Nook
 Blue Table             1800Tom Nook/Redd
 Blue Bed               2100Tom Nook/Redd
 Blue Bookcase          1900Tom Nook
 Blue Wardrobe          1920Tom Nook
 Blue Wall              1260Tom Nook
 Blue Flooring          1580Tom 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         2560Tom Nook/Redd
 Classic Bed            2520            Tom Nook
 Classic Bookcase       2560Spotlight 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

*                                                                            *
*                     F U R N I T U R E    T H E M E S                       *
*                                                                            *

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

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

Mossy Garden Theme
 Bird Feeder            1260Tom Nook
 Bug Zapper             1200Tom Nook
 Picnic Table           1390Tom Nook
 Birdhouse              1620Tom 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          120Tom Nook
 Arwing***               7200Spotlight Item
 Master Sword**          2800Spotlight 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         1700Saharah

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

*                                                                            *
*                       F U R N I T U R E    S E T S                         *
*                                                                            *

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

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           3600Tom 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 Lute1800       Tom Nook
 Cello                  1800         Tom Nook
 Conga Drum             1600          Tom Nook
 Country Guitar          -             Wendell
 Djimbe Drum            1900         Tom Nook
 Ebony Piano3800       Tom Nook
 Folk Guitar            1600         Tom Nook
 Harp1700       Tom Nook
 Ivory Piano3500Spotlight Item*
 Japanese drum1300       Tom Nook
 Metal Guitar           1900          Tom Nook
 Metronome1000       Tom Nook
 Rock Guitar            1800         Tom Nook
 Timpano Drum           2100        Tom Nook/Redd
 Ukulele1600       Tom Nook
 Vibraphone1900       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.

*                                                                            *
*                       M I S C .    F U R N I T U R E                       *
*                                                                            *

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

 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*

 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

 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

 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

 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

 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

 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
 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

*                                                                            *
*                    W A L L P A P E R    &   C A R P E T                    *
*                                                                            *

Wallpaper/Carpet       Buy Price       Seller
 Classic Wall2100           Tom Nook 
 Classic Carpet2300        Tom Nook

 Cabana Wall1480Tom Nook 
 Cabana Flooring1680        Tom Nook

 Modern Wall1450        Tom Nook     
 Modern Tile1540        Tom Nook

 Green Wall1050         Tom Nook    
 Green Rug1540        Tom Nook

 Exotic Wall1420        Tom Nook     
 Exotic Rug1820        Tom Nook

 Lovely Wall1880Tom 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 Wall2240         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   8888Snowman
 Snowman Carpet  8888Snowman

 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-Wall1780           Tom Nook  
 Robo-Floor      2400        Tom Nook

 Forest Wall     _Cornimer  
 Forest Floor      -  Cornimer

 Lunar Horizon 1900Saharah 
 Lunar Surface  2000Saharah

 Ringside Seating2250Saharah  
 Boxing Ring Mat 2500Saharah

 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 Floor1800 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 Floor2400        Tom Nook

 Meadow Vista    2000 Saharah
 Daisy Meadow    1800 Saharah

 Desert Vista    2250 Saharah
 Saharah's Desert1800 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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*                          H A C K E D    I T E M S                          *
*                                                                            *

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
 Fire Flower
 Super Mushroom
 Green Pipe
 ? Block
 Koopa Shell
 1-Up Mushroom
 Fire Bar
 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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*                               G Y R O I D S                                *
*                                                                            *

 | Alloid SetMini, Mega, Tall,|
 | Bovoid Set      Mega, Tall,|
 | Bowtoid SetMini, Mega, Tall, Bowtoid|
 | Buzzoid SetMini, Mega, Tall, Buzzoid|
 | Clankoid SetMini, Mega, Tall, Clankoid|
 | Croakoid SetMini, Mega, Tall, Croakoid|
 | Dekkoid SetMini, Mega,       Dekkoid|
 | Dingloid SetMini, Mega, Tall, Dingloid, Squat, Wee|
 | Dinkoid SetMini, Mega,       Dinkoid|
 | Drilloid SetMini, Mega,       Drilloid|
 | Droploid Set        Tall|
 | Echoid SetMini, Mega, Tall|
 | Fizzoid SetMini, Mega|
 | Freakoid SetMini, Mega|
 | Gargloid SetMini,       Tall, Gargloid|
 | Gongoid SetMini, Mega, Tall, Gongoid|
 | Harmonoid SetMini, Mega, Tall, Harmonoid|
 | Howloid SetMini, Mega,       Howloid|
 | Lamentoid SetMini, Mega, Tall, Lamentoid|
 | Lullaboid SetMini, Mega, Tall, Lullaboid|
 | Metatoid SetMini,             Metatoid|
 | Nebuloid SetMini, Mega, Tall, Nebuloid, Squat, Slim|
 | Oboid Set            Mega, Tall, Oboid|
 | Oombloid SetMini, Mega, Tall, Oombloid|
 | Percoloid Set              Mega, Tall|
 | Plinkoid SetMini, Mega,       Plinkoid|
 | Poltergoid SetMini, Mega, Tall, Poltergoid|
 | Puffoid SetMini, Mega, Tall|
 | Quazoid SetMini, Mega, Tall, Quazoid, Slim|
 | Rythmoid SetMini,             Rythmoid|
 | Rustoid SetMini, Mega,       Rustoid|
 | Sproid SetMini, Mega, Tall, Sproid|
 | Sputnoid SetMini, Mega, Tall, Sputnoid|
 | Squelchoid SetMini, Mega,       Squelchoid|
 | Strumboid SetMini, Mega, Tall, Strumboid|
 | Timpanoid SetMini, Mega, Tall, Timpanoid|
 | Tootoid SetMini, Mega,       Tootoid|
 | Warbloid SetMini,       Tall, Warbloid|

*                                                                            *
*                             P A I N T I N G S                              *
*                                                                            *

 Amazing Painting3920Redd
 Basic Painting3920Redd
 Calm Painting3920Redd
 Common Painting3920Redd
 Dainty Painting3920Redd
 Famous Painting1960Tom Nook's Spotlight*
 Fine Painting1960Tom Nook's Spotlight*
 Flowery Painting3920Redd
 Lovely Painting3920Redd
 Moving Painting3920Redd
 Nice Painting3920Redd
 Opulent Painting3920Redd
 Perfect Painting3920Redd
 Quaint Painting3920Redd
 Rare Painting3920Redd
 Scary Painting3920Redd
 Solemn Painting3920Redd
 Strange Painting3920Redd
 Warm Painting3920Redd
 Worthy Painting3920Redd

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

*                                                                            *
*                                 P A P E R                                  *
*                                                                            *

 All regular paper is 160 bells and can be bought from Tom Nook.

   |Paper  |
   |  |
   | Airmail PaperFlowery PaperNotebook Paper  |
   | Bathtub PaperForest PaperOcean Paper  |
   | Bejeweled PaperFour-Leaf PaperPetal Paper  |
   | Birthday CardsGeometric PaperPiano Paper  |
   | Bubble PaperGoldfish PaperPlaid Paper          |
   | Buttercup PaperHamburger PaperPolka-Dot Paper  |
   | Butterfly PaperIndustrial PaperRainbow Paper  |
   | Camouflage PaperSMB3 PaperRibbon Paper  |
   | Card PaperLacy PaperSnowy Paper  |
   | Chic PaperLemon-Lime PaperSouthwest Paper  |
   | Chinese Paper    Leopard PaperSparkly Paper  |
   | Cloudy PaperLined PaperStar Paper    |
   | Composer PaperLotus PaperTartan Paper  |
   | Cool PaperLovely PaperTile Paper  |
   | Cow PaperMaple-Leaf PaperTown View Paper  |
   | Crater PaperMosaic PaperUnique Paper   |
   | Egyptian PaperMushroom PaperVine Paper  |
   | Fireworks PaperNew Year's Card  |
   | Floral PaperNight Sky Paper    |
   |  |
   |Special Paper  |
   |  |
   | Academy paperJoin the happy room academy. Room evaluations  |
   |  will be sent on this.  |
   | Bottle PaperCan only be obained when you purchase a Note in   |
   |  a Bottle.  |
   | Elegent paper Costs 800 bellsat Nook's.  |
   | Formal PaperWin an event (The Fishing Tourney, etc) and it  |
   |  will arrive with your prize.  |
   | Fox PaperJoin Redd's membership, he will send a letter  |
   |  with this paper.  |
   | Insurance PaperBuy insurance from Lyle and get hurt or buy a  |
   |  fake item. He will then send a letter with 100   |
   |  bells and this paper.  |
   | Snowman PaperObtain a prize from the snowman; you will see  |
   |  the paper with the gift.   |
   | Nook PaperCan only be seen when something from your  |
   |  Personal Catalog is mailed to you.  |
   | Town-Hall PaperYour Town Hall Account statements will be sent  |
   |  to you on this paper.  |
   | Tortimer PaperObtain as many acorns as possible during the  |
   |  Acorn Festival.  |

*                                                                            *
*                                S H E L L S                                 *
*                                                                            *

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

*                                                                            *
*            T O O L S   A N D   H A N D H E L D   E Q U P M E N T           *
*                                                                            *

   |Tools  |
   | Fishing Rod500For fishing   |
   | Golden Fishing Rod -Holds fish on the lure longer  |
   | Bug Net500For bugcatching  |
   | Golden Bug Net -Bigger net  |
   | Slingshot500Shoots rocks into to top screen  |
   | Golden Slingshot -Shoots three rocks  |
   | Shovel500For Digging up Gyroids, Fossils and  |
   | planting  |
   | Golden Shovel -Lets you plant bell trees  |
   | Watering Can500Waters flowers  |
   | Golden Watering Can -This lets you make golden roses  |
   | Axe400Cuts down trees  |
   | Golden Axe -Never breaks  |

   |Golden Tools (How to obtain)  |
   | Golden Fishing RodCatch every type of fish atleast once  |
   | Golden Bug NetCatch every type of bug atleast once  |
   | Golden SlingshotShoot 15 items out of the sky, 16th item will  |
   | have it. Don't worry if you miss it, it will  |
   | come back  |
   | Golden ShovelBury 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    Keep the environment perfect for  16 days in a  |
   | row. Pelly or Phyllis  will reward you with  |
   | the golden  can (see "Perfect town" section)  |
   | 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 if he  |
   | is in your town.) Trade the turban to Sahara  |
   | for the massage chair. (Sahara appears a random  |
   | weekday from 6am to 12am). 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)  |

*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 ifyou 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. 

   |Other  |
   | Timer     500   Tom Nook  |
   | Medicine        400   Tom Nook  |
   | Note in Bottle  200   Tom Nook  |
   | Party Popper     -   Speak to Tortimer during the Fireworks Show  |
   | 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  |

                    |          Points of Interest          |
                    |                                      |
                    | Perfect Town.................[05,02] |

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*                  C L O T H I N G   A N D   A P P A R E L                   *
*                                                                            *

Shirts       $     Seller       When
 A Shirt 370 A Able SistersAll
 Airy Shirt 420 C Able SistersAll
 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 Tee420 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 SistersWinter
 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 SistersAll
 Royal Shirt 380 A Able Sisters All
 Rugby Shirt 360 A Able Sisters All
 Sailor's Uniform320 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 --- - GracieAll
 Tin Shirt --- - GracieAll
 Toad Shirt 340 C Able Sisters Winter
 Toga 280 C Able SistersAll
 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 Shirt320 C Able Sisters All

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

 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

 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

 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

Want to make your own shirts, umbrellas, or flooring? Try this program.

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.

*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 

***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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*                             V I L L A G E R S                              *
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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 SAceSquirrel
 AnabelleSnortyAnt Eater
 AntonioHonkAnt Eater
 Big TopVillianElephant
 ChevreLa baGoat
 Daisybow WOW*Dog
 DottyWee oneRabbit
 GastonMon chouRabbit
 GenjiOtaku Rabbit
 Kid CatPsstCat
 KodyGrah grahTeddy Bear
 MapleHoneyTeddy Bear
 MathildaWee babyKangaroo
 PattyHow nowCow
 PeeweeLi'l dudeGorilla
 PippyLi'l hareRabbit
 PompomRah rahDuck
 PonchoLi'l bearTeddy Bear
 PudgePudgyTeddy Bear
 RibbotKittenRobot Frog2/13
 Rod AceMouse
 Rolf GrrrolfTiger
 RubyLi'l earsRabbit
 StitchesStuffin'Teddy Bear
 TiffanyBun bunRabbit
 Wart Jr.Grr-ribbitFrog
 YukaTsk tskKoala

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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 |

 Drag the note on_
 Random Note?
 E, D, C, B, A, or GHigher Octave Notes
 f, e, d, c, b, a, or gLower 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 _

Zelda: Link's Awakening - Ballad of the Windfish
 A B C _ _ A B C _ B A e G _ A _ 

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 _ _

Final Fantasy - Victory theme
 G A B C _ D _ G _ A G A _ _ Z Z Z 

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 tune
 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):

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*                        H O U S E   U P G R A D E S                         *
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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 RoomPay 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.

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                           |                    |
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                           |     Save Room      |
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                           |                    |

                           |                    |
                           |                    |
                           |                    |
                           |                    |
                           |    3rd Expansion   |
                           |       298,000      |
                           |                    |
                           |                    |
                           |                    |

                           |                    |
                           |                    |
                           |                    |
                           |                    |
                           |    6th Expansion   |
                           |       848,000      |
                           |       (Final)      |
                           |                    |
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                     |                                |
                     |              Basic             |
  ___________________|                                |___________________
 |                   |                                |                   |
 |                   |          1st Expansion         |                   |
 |                   |             19,800             |                   |
 |                   |                                |                   |
 |   4th Expansion   |          2nd Expansion         |   5th Expansion   |
 |      598,000      |             120,000            |      728,000      |
 |                   |                                |                   |
 |                   |                                |                   |
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A more visual verison of this is avaliable at the link.

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*                           M I N I - G U I D E S                            *
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                    |          Points of Interest          |
                    |                                      |
                    | Feng Shui and Luck...........[05,01] |
                    | Perfect Town.................[05,02] |
                    | Making 'Bells'...............[05,03] |
                    | Breeding Flowers.............[05,04] |
                    | Your Character...............[05,05] |
                    | Turnips & The Stalk Market...[05,06] |
                    | Happy Room Academy (HRA).....[05,07] |

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*                    F E N G   S H U I   A N D   L U C K                     *
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                    |       Credit for the following:      |
                    |                                      |
                    |          Shuko-Chan of NSider        |

What is Luck?
"Luck" is a loose term in Animal Crossing that is actually the very same thing
as "Feng Shui", for the simple fact that your Feng Shui points ARE your luck
points. What are Feng Shui (Luck) points? They're the quantity of points 
you've accumulated through the placement of items in your house. Sound simple? 
Well, it can be, but it can also be complicated. I'll try to make it as easy 
to understand as possible, but I make no promises.

Feng Shui - The Ancient Art of Decorating
Feng Shui is easy to understand if you keep in mind the different color 
regions present inside your house's rooms at all times. These regions are 
defined in such a way as to bring about a natural balance, and achieve 
tranquility. It is believed that a side effect of this balance is that your 
luck will improve. That is the basis for the Feng Shui system in Animal 
Crossing. If you can achieve such balance in your home, it is believed that 
you can ensure yourself better fish, bugs, and items in the game. It is also 
believed that shooting stars and flower hybrids are affected by luck, but has maintained that none of the above is true. In reality. 
good Feng shui ensures that you'll get better rewards for running errands, 
such as rarer rewards and higher bell bonuses.

The Layouts
                    |KEY: Y = Yellow    X = Yellow/Green |
                    |     R = Red       Z = Green/Red    |
                    |     G = Green     - = Blank        |

Each letter represents a space inside your room. You'll start off with a tiny
16-space room, but you'll eventually be able to expand, thus allowing more 
room for more items. Spaces of only one color should have only items of that
corresponding color. Spaces of two colors can have items that are of either
color. The following map shows the perspective of your room when you first enter
it (Yellow on the West side, Green on the South, and Red on the East). 

 Y Y R R      Y Y - - R R            Y Y - - - - R R   
 Y Y R R      Y Y - - R R            Y Y - - - - R R
 X X Z Z      Y Y - - R R            Y Y - - - - R R
 X X Z Z      Y Y - - R R            Y Y - - - - R R
1st Floor     X X G G Z Z            Y Y - - - - R R
              X X G G Z Z            Y Y - - - - R R
             1st Expansion           X X G G G G Z Z
                                     X X G G G G Z Z
                                      2nd Expansion

Be sure to keep these charts in mind when placing items in your room. The 
closer your room matches these charts, the higher your Feng Shui is going to 
be. The more points you accumulate, the greater your luck will be.

Feng Shui Points:
Feng Shui Points are awarded for placing an item with a Feng Shui color in 
it's appropriate place in the room (to find out an item's Feng Shui color, 
you can refer to's master item list and look it up there). 
Some items have only one point for one color. Some have two for one color. 
Some even have one for each of two colors. The main idea is to get as many 
items with as many points in your room as you can. This may prove difficult, 
as most series and sets don't have a high variety of Feng Shui items in them. 
As with many facets of this game, there's a tradeoff involved. If you want 
to sacrifice the aesthetic and HRA value of your rooms in exchange for high 
luck, you can simply mix items of different sets, series, and themes to 
achieve the maximum number of Feng Shui points. The HRA will love the 
placement of your items, but won't like the mixing of different series and 
sets. It's up to you. Your house will look like an antique shop, but you'll 
have the highest luck you could ever need.

"Lucky" Items:
In this game, there exist certain items that, in addition to the Feng Shui 
points they give you for their color group, will also give you bonus points 
simply for having them in the room. That means that no matter where you place 
them in your room, you will ALWAYS get these bonus points. These items are 
very important, because you can put them in the colorless areas of your rooms 
for extra points. As an added bonus, each of these items will also net you 
7777 HRA points! Lucky!

These are the "Lucky" items in this game:

Big Festive Tree      Garden Gnome        Lucky Gold Cat
Birthday Cake         Ivory Piano         Piggy Bank
Bug Trophy            Jack-in-the-Box     Portrait
Dracaena              Lefty Lucky Cat     Raccoon Figurine
Festive Tree          Lovely Phone        Samurai Suit
Fish Trophy           Lucky Black Cat     Scarab Beetle
Flower Trophy         Lucky Cat           Treasure Chest
Four Leaf Clover      Music Box           Washer/Dryer

Special "Luck" Cases
There are certain things that can happen in the game that will affect your 
luck and have nothing to do with your Feng Shui. These are only temporary 
though, and should be either used or endured with that in mind. First of all, 
we have the King Tut's Mask. While you wear the King Tut's Mask, you will 
be "cursed", which will result in your character's tripping a lot. What most 
people DON'T know, is that it also curses your luck. I wouldn't suggest 
wearing the mask if you go fishing or bugging.

Another thing that affects your luck is Katrina. If you get your fortune told, 
you might end up with a great fortune, that will temporarily increase your 
luck. On the other hand, you might end up with a bad fortune, which will 
decrease your luck tremendously. I have heard two different sides about this. 
Some people say that Katrina's curse lasts until you purchase the 10k 
"excorcism" from her the next time you see her. Others say it's only 
temporary. I haven't experienced it for myself, so I can't say for sure.

Yet another thing that affects your luck is the fortunes you get from Tortimer 
during New Year's. Like Katrina's fortunes, Tortimer's have the ability to 
either boost or decrease your luck. But his are most definitely temporary.

Questions and Comments
There are a few things about Feng Shui that I have questions about, and so 
far, I have not been able to find any answers to them. First off, do duplicate 
items give you multiples of their Feng Shui points, or do you only get 
"credit" for that item once? Also, there are some items not listed on's guide (the beta items, or "Mario Set" to be precise). 
Do any of them have Feng Shui points associated with them?

In any event, increasing your Feng Shui is a worthwhile practice if you're 
suffering from a lack of good items. And the beauty of it is that it can 
always be reversed, so it's at least worth a try. Why not try it out, and tell 
me how it works out for you? I think you'll be pleasantly surprised.

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                    |              End Credit              |
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The following is a list of all peaces of furniture that affect Fung Shui.
Each item is listed under the color it counts as.

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

 |Yellow or green|
 | Melon ChairSunflower|
 | Lemon TableGlow Clock|
 | Daffodil ChairTreasure Chest|
 | Daffodil TableTea Set|

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

 |Red or green|
 | Watermelon ChairBromeliaceae|
 | Watermelon TableOne-Story Model|
 | Tulip ChairTwo-Story Model|
 | Tulip TableMansion Model|

      Apple TV
      Basic Red Bed
      Candy Machine
      Clear Model
      Detour Arrow
      Executive Toy
      Fire Hydrant
      Garden Gnome
      Gas Pump
      Giant Dharma
      Haz-Mat Barrel
      Iron Frame
      Lawn Mower
      Life Ring
      Maple Bonsai
      Metal Guitar
      Miniature Car
      Mush Bed
      Mush Stand
      Mush Table
      Mush TV
      Nice Painting
      Orange Cone
      Quince Bonsai
      Red Armchair
      Red Boom Box
      Red Clock
      Red Corner
      Red Drum
      Red Sofa
      Red Vase
      Saw Horse
      Tiki Torch
      Traffic Cone
      Trash Bin
      Vacuum Cleaner  
      White Golf Bag

 |Red or yellow|
 | Apple ClockThrone|
 | Music Box|
 |Lucky in general items

      Angler Trophy
      Autumn Metal
      Big Festive Tree
      Birthday Cake
      Bug Trophy
      Festive Tree
      Fishing Trophy
      Flower Trophy
      G Logo
      Garden Gnome
      House Model
      Ivory Piano
      Lefty Lucky Cat
      Lovely Phone
      Lucky Black Cat
      Lucky Cat
      Lucky Gold Cat
      Luigi Trophy
      Manor Model
      Mario Trophy
      Music Box
      Piggy bank
      Piggy Bank
      Post Model
      Racoon Figurine
      Samurai Suit
      Samurai Suit
      Spring Metal
      Tanabata Palm
      Tissue Box
      Treasure Chest
      Treasure Chest

                    |          Points of Interest          |
                    |                                      |
                    | House Upgrade................[04,19] |

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*                            P E R F E C T   T O W N                         *
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The first thing you need to do is to divide your town up in 16 evenly spaced
areas, I would suggest using patterns. Like so: (each acre will be 16x16 

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In each space there is a requirement, 12-14 trees, and about 3 flowers per 
acre. I suggest you stock up on flowers and save them in a wardrobe since you 
will need many of them. You can also plant these flowers next to villagers 
houses so that they start to water your flowers for you. Don't plant flowers 
or trees near walls or signs just in case someone moves in.

Make sure to keep a record of what days your town was perfect. Remember that 
you cannot time travel while doing this!


 * Atleast 12 trees per acre, 
 * Less than 3-4 weeds in your whole town.
 * 3 or more flowers in each ancre.
 * Keep it in perfect for 15 days.
 * One flower cancels out one weed, so plant many many flowers and when weeds
   do appear, you will have enough time to pick them up before they break your
 * No items on the ground.
 * No trash on the ground.

If your town is not perfect, make sure:

 * Picking up all your items off the ground.
 * Picking up all of your fruit off the ground.
 * Picking up all of your trash off the ground.
 * Making sure your trees are correctly placed.
 * Replacing saplings that may have died if your town was perfect the day
 * Making sure you have all 8 villagers in your town.
 * Pulling your weeds.
 * Making sure that there are enough flowers everywhere.
 * Watering your flowers instead of leaving them dead.
 * Seeing whether the last person who entered your town changed something.
 * Seeing whether a new villager has moved in and trees disappeared. 

                    |       Credit for the following:      |
                    |                                      |
                    |   Liquefy! and M_C_Y_1008 of NSider  |

Liquefy! Also made a formula for a perfect town (M_C_Y_1008 transphered it 
into math). All of this is per acre. Hope you paid attention in school.

If t=# of trees, and f=# of flowers, then a "perfect" acre requires:
If t  15, then f=2t-27

For a "decent" acre, use the following equations:
If t  17, then f=2t-33

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*                           M A K I N G   'B E L L S'                        *
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Besides fishing and bug catching here are some ways to make bells. The "(TT)"
besides some of the titles of the ways to get bells quick means that you will 
have to time travel. Time Traveling will fill up you town  with weeds.

Fruit Orchards:
Most people resort to this way of making bells. Clear a big part of your town
making sure there are no signs in the way. Fill this empty space with exotic 
fruits that are not native to your town. Each fruit sells for 500 bells, 
three pieaces of fruit per tree (Besides coconuts) making 1,500 bells per 
tree. Make sure your trees are close to Tom Nooks.

Bell Rocks:
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, 
use the diagram below.
                            |      |      |      |
                            |      | Hole |      |
                            |      |      |      |
                            |      |      |      |
                            |      | You  | Hole |
                            |      |      |      |
                            |      |      |      |
                            | Rock |      |      |
                            |      |      |      |

You can also use trunips to help you. Buy them for under 100 bells at the 
most. You can also use the "Turnip Glitch" to avoid rotting them.

1. Stand in front of a table (facing it).
2. Drop any item that you can stand on (i.e. tools, paper, unidentified 
   fossils, etc.)
3. Now when you drop your turnips, they should land on the table. While on 
   tables, turnips will not spoil!

                    |       Credit for the following:      |
                    |                                      |
                    |          LT.AGAR  of NSider          |

Interest trick (TT):
1. Gather 50k or above and put it in bank.
2. Save and reset clock in game to Jan 1 2000 (Use the clock in Animal 
   Crossing: Wild World)
3. Save, turn off power.
4. Change date on DS to 2000 (Use the clock on your DS)
5. Start Game. Save. then turn off power
6. reset DS calendar to 2011
7. start game, open mail, around what ever you put into the bank at the 
   begininng between 100k is what you earned.
8. Save turn off power
9. Change DS to 2022
10. Start game, this time in mail you should recieve 99,999

Repeat steps Eight - Ten to get 99,999 everytime. (Don't go by 10, go from 
2000 to 2011 to 2022 to 2033 etc.)

                    |          Points of Interest          |
                    |                                      |
                    | Trunips & the stalk market...[05,07] |

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*        B R E E D I N G   F L O W E R S   ( H Y B R I D   G U I D E )       *
*                                                                            *

                    |       Credit for the following:      |
                    |                                      |
                    |         SHUKO-CHAN  of NSider        |

What is Flower Breeding?
Flower breeding is the act of pairing flowers together in hopes of creating 
alternate color flowers from them. This can occur any day after you put two 
breedable flowers together, and can happen whether you intended it to or not. 
On any given day, your town will produce from 3-5 flowers in the wild. These 
wild flowers can either be a) completely out of place and removed from other 
previous flowers, b) Jacob's ladders or Dandelions, or c) "children" of 
flowers already in your town. However, these wild-grown flowers are not to be 
confused with the flowers your neighbors plant around their houses, which 
will occur separately.

How do you breed flowers?
In order to successfully breed two flowers, they must at the very least be of 
the same species. In other words, you can't pair a rose with a tulip - it has 
to be two roses. If you do that, you have the potential to produce child 
flowers. But if you want specific color variations, you must also make sure 
that the flowers you pair together have the potential to produce that color 
in their children.

Hybrid Pairing Table:
Here is a table which includes all the possible pairings for breeding hybrid 
flowers in Animal Crossing. It's important to remember that there are more 
combinations listed, but these are the only ones that will produce hybrids 
(aside from pairing a hybrid with another of its species). Also, it's 
important to keep in mind that when two parent flowers produce a child 
flower, that child flower has the possibility of being a) one of the two 
colors of its parents, or b) a hybrid color, if applicable. So you can also 
get more of the same hybrids by breeding them with other colors of their 
species (except for gold roses - they are the only ones that do not breed).

Color Combination                 Hybrid Results
                    Roses      Pansies       Tulips       Cosmos
Red    + Red        Black      Purple        Black        Black
Red    + Yellow     Orange     Orange        Purple       Orange
Red    + White      Pink       -------       Pink         Pink
Yellow + Yellow     -----      -------       Black        ------
White  + White      Purple     Blue          ------       ------
Black  + Purple     Blue       -------       ------       ------

*note* I did not include gold roses on this table because I don't consider 
them to be hybrid children. You obtain gold roses by watering a wilted 
black rose with a gold watering can, not by breeding a black rose with 
another flower.

How do I arrange the flowers?
In order to ensure that two flowers can breed, they must be placed in such 
a way that they are touching each other. In this game, "touching" is 
achieved when they are placed alongside, up and down, and diagonal from one 
another. All empty spaces "touching" one or both of these flowers make up 
the area in which child flowers can occur. See the following diagrams for 
more details:

Side-by-Side     Up and Down     Diagonal 1     Diagonal 2
  O O O O           O O O          O O O           O O O
  O F F O           O F O          O F O O       O O F O
  O O O O           O F O          O O F O       O F O O
                    O O O            O O O       O O O

Where each "F" is a breedable flower, and each "O" is a surrounding space 
where child flowers can occur. Note that in the case of the diagonal 
pairings, there are more spaces for child flowers to occur. It is for this 
reason that I choose to employ diagonal pairings in my Power Flower 
Breeding scheme.

Power Flower Breeding - The Layout
In here I'm going to share with you my newly devised method of breeding 
flowers. It takes a lot of time, effort, and patience, but I guarantee it will 
produce maximized results. Still interested? Take a look at this chart I've 
created to demonstrate my method:

In it you will find breeding plot samples for each flower specie, with a note 
on which flower types are most likely to be produced. Now, let's begin with 
the description of these plots, how they work, and why they're set up like 
they are.

What Are They?
Each of these plots contains a representative section of a "Power Garden", or 
a massive array of flowers that can stretch as far across your map as you'd 
like it to. And they all have several things in common: 1) each one is set up 
with the potential to create each of the first-level hybrid flowers (I'll get 
more into detail about first- and second-level later); 2)Each one only allows 
pairings of flowers that produce hybrids (with the unavoidable exception of 
red pansies + white pansies); and 3) Each one is mostly biased toward one 
hybrid color. Because of the first two items, this is a "maximized breeding 
situation". Your potential for hybrid flowers is at its greatest with a setup 
like this, because there are no pairings of flowers that do not produce hybrids 
(i.e. a white tulip next to a yellow tulip), and at the same time, allowing 
possibility for each first-level hybrid type.

Why should I do this?
If you're looking to take your garden to the next level, this is an option for 
you. But be advised that doing so will involve buying lots of flowers, and 
performing daily maintenance on your garden. Wilted flowers must be watered. 
Child flowers must be moved. As your power garden grows, so will the amount of 
time you have to spend to maintain it every day. Power gardening is not for 
the faint of heart.

It's also important to note that your town will only produce around 3-5 
wild-grown flowers each day. Plus, this total includes any Jacob's ladders, 
Dandelions, and clovers that grow as well. So far as I've been able to gather, 
this number DOES NOT increase as you add more and more flowers to your town. I 
was hoping that as I expanded my garden I'd find otherwise, but I've got a 
good two thirds of my town covered in flowers, and so far I have yet to count 
more than five wild-grown flowers on any given day. (This number does not 
include the flowers your neighbors plant) Since hybrid flowers (as far as I 
know) are only wild-occurring, this leaves few spots for them to occur. There 
is no practical reason for creating a massive garden, unless you're like me, 
and want to see flowers everywhere. So as long as you keep the pairing scheme 
I've devised in mind, you're likely to do just as well as I, who have over 600 
flowers, am doing in my town.

Why are the plots biased toward one hybrid color?
In order to ensure that each hybrid type had some kind of representation, and 
all the while maintain hybrid-only pairing status, I had to limit the number 
of flowers that could only breed with one other color. In the case of the 
roses, it was yellow. In the case of the pansies, yellow; the tulips, white; 
and the cosmos both yellow and white. As a result, certain hybrid colors came 
out dominant over others. If you like other hybrid colors more, then this 
setup is not for you. But you'll be hard pressed to come up with another one 
that satisfies rule number one AND rule number two for a maximized breeding 

How do I use these samples?
These plots are representative, meaning that you can start with the pattern 
shown and continue it for as far as you like. If you'd like a recommendation, 
I would begin in the corners of your map, with a different flower specie in 
each corner. That way, eventually your flower species will meet each other, 
and you can form boundaries. But also be sure to leave yourself room for your 
hybrids to reside as well.

So what are first- and second-level hybrids?
First level hybrids are hybrids that can be attained by only one 
hybridization - in other words, you can get the new color by combining two of 
the basic colors (red, yellow, white). Second level hybrids require one more 
hybridization, involving one or more hybrid color as the parent. The only 
instance of a second-level hybrid is the blue rose, which requires a black 
rose and a purple rose as its parents. I don't consider gold roses to be 
second level hybrids, because hybridization isn't what transforms a black 
rose into a gold one; the gold watering can is. At any rate, if you want to 
create a plot for 2nd level hybrids, you may do so. But they aren't covered in 
these designs. I've just given you plots to represent all the others.

 |Nook's Flower Buying 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 Roses2,500|
 | Gold Roses2,500|
 | 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|

*                                                                            *
*  Y O U R   C H A R A C T E R   ( H A I R   A N D   A P P E A R A N C E )   *
*                                                                            *

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.

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.

*                                                                            *
*             T U R N I P S   &   T H E   S T A L K   M A R K E T            *
*                                                                            *

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! 
 1. Stand in front of a table (facing it).
 2. Drop any item that you can stand on (i.e. tools, paper, unidentified 
    fossils, etc.)
 3. Now when you drop your turnips, they should land on the table. While on 
    tables, turnips will not spoil!

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*               H A P P Y   R O O M   A C A D E M Y   ( H R A )              *
*                                                                            *

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 Items1,280
 Museum Model (From Completing the Museum)1,111
 Pascal Items1,543
 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 Items1,111
 Trophies (Bug, Fishing, Flower)  800
 Umbrellas    3
 Villager Pictures3,200

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 Theme3,000
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 Model100,000 points 
 Mansion Model150,000 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
******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

*                                                                            *
*              M I S C E L L A N E O U S   I N F R O M A T I O N             *
*                                                                            *

                    |          Points of Interest          |
                    |                                      |
                    | Shooting Stars...............[06,01] |
                    | Weather......................[06,02] |
                    | Roommates...................,[06,03] |
                    | Special Visitors Items/Info..[06,04] |
                    | Calendar.....................[06,05] |
                    | Buildings in Town............[06,06] |
                    | NGC/DS Version Differences...[06,07] |

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*                        S H O O T I N G   S T A R S                         *
*                                                                            *

                    |       Credit for the following:      |
                    |                                      |
                    |         SHUKO-CHAN  of NSider        |

To sum up, Shooting stars are just what they sound like: they're meteors that 
streak across the sky in your top screen. What's so special about shooting 
stars? You can make wishes on them. Although you have no control over what 
you'll be wishing for, I can assure you that the rewards make it well worth it 
to try to make a wish occasionally. And I guarantee it's true. I've made over 
a dozen successful wishes already. Basically, here's the deal:

1. To see a shooting star, it can't be snowing or raining (although mild to 
moderate clouds are okay), and it has to be night. Shooting stars won't start 
appearing until at least 7:00, and stop appearing after 4:00a.m. (which is 
when night time officially ends in AC and morning begins). Also, Shooting 
stars make a kind of a jingly, twinkly sound as they go by. So you could 
always do what I do and leave the volume turned way up, and if you hear the 
twinkle, make your wish.

2. In order to make a wish, you have to have no tools equipped. That means no 
shovel, no fish pole, nothing. Also, you can't be facing any trees or any 
NPCs (Non player characters). To wish on one, simply press the A button (or 
if you've been using your stylus, tap your character with the stylus) before 
it's finished streaking across the sky. If you do, your character will make a 
bow, and in the next mail delivery you'll get a letter from Wishy the Star, 
with a gift attached.

3. The gifts: The gifts are all spotlight items at Tom Nook's. This makes 
catching shooting stars a VERY lucrative pasttime, because it means you don't 
have to wait for these ultra-rare items to pop up in Nook's shop. And on top 
of that, some of them are extremely pricy (Like the throne, for instance). 
Here is a list of all the spotlight items available in AC, and therefore all 
the items you could get from Wishy (Thanks to Bigbeak for most of this list):

-Exotic Chest       -Moon              -Samurai Suit
-Lovely Kitchen     -Cement Mixer      -Ninja Sword
-Classic Bookcase   -Blue Corner       -Jukebox
-Ranch Hutch        -Garden Gnome      -Plum Bonsai
-Cabana Armchair    -Unknown Machine   -Lucky Gold Cat
-Blue Dresser       -Dolly             -Dracaena
-Modern Cabinet     -White King        -Famous Painting
-Regal Clock        -White Queen       -Fine Painting
-Green Pantry       -Black King        -Ivory Piano
-Cabin Bookcase     -Black Queen       -Deluxe Washer
-Kiddie Stereo      -Baby Panda        -Hifi Stereo
-Robo-Stereo        -Hamster Cage      -Throne
-Covered Wagon      -Skeleton          -Mummy's Casket
-Sleeping Bag       -Treasure Chest    -Master Sword

4. Things to remember: If you wish on one shooting star, there's no need to 
wish on another the same night. You'll only receive one letter. I have tried 
it myself to make sure.

5. You can see shooting stars on wifi and DS to DS! That's right. If you make 
a wish on a shooting star in someone else's town, it still counts as your 
wish, and you'll receive the letter in your mailbox the next day. It's a good 
idea to have your friend save for you if this happens.

6. Meteor Storms: It has recently come to light that occasionally, large swarms 
of shooting stars may happen on random nights. Some people (myself included) 
have noted their appearance over and over again, within five minutes of each 
other. When this happens it's an ideal time to invite your friends over to your 
town for stargazing. Easy wishes all around make for happy friends. xD

I would suggest that if you intend to do some late night fishing, get very 
good at only pulling your rod out when you see the fish you wanna go for. 
Because you can't have ANYTHING equipped to make a wish. And no, you won't 
have time to unequip before the shooting star is gone. You'll have at most 
just a second. That's barely enough time for the average human to react. 

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*                                W E A T H E R                               *
*                                                                            *

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.

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

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

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.

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

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*                               R O O M A T E S                              *
*                                                                            *

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.

*                                                                            *
*            S P E C I A L   V I S I T O R S   I T E M S / I N F O           *
*                                                                            *

There are NPC visitors that come to your town from time to time, here is a 
list of them and when they come. I have compacted everything about that 
certian Special Visitor into this Section just because it will be much easier.

The best way of meeting a visitor that you want whent hat visitor only comes
on a random weekday is to first set up a day for Lyke (Say Friday for
example), and then come on the days Monday-Thursday on that same time and
visit Booker and ask whose in town.

                    |              K.K. Slider             |

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

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.K.K. FolkK.K. Swing|
 | Aloha K.K.K.K. FusionK.K. Tango|
 | Café K.K.K.K. GumboK.K. Technopop|
 | Comrade K.K.K.K. JazzK.K. Waltz|
 | DJ K.K.K.K. LamentK.K. Western|
 | Forest Life*K.K. Love SongKing K.K.|
 | Go K.K. Rider!K.K. LullabyLucky K.K.|
 | I Love YouK.K. MamboMarine Song 2001|
 | Imperial K.K.K.K. MarathonMountain Song|
 | K.K. AriaK.K. MarchMr. K.K.|
 | K.K. BalladK.K. MetalMy Place|
 | K.K. BluesK.K. ParadeNeapolitan|
 | K.K. BossaK.K. RagtimeOnly Me|
 | K.K. CalypsoK.K. RallyPondering|
 | K.K. CasbahK.K. ReggaeRockin' K.K.|
 | K.K. ChoraleK.K. RockSeñor K.K.|
 | K.K. CondorK.K. RockabillySoulful K.K.|
 | K.K. CountryK.K. SafariSteep Hill|
 | K.K. Cruisin'K.K. SalsaSurfin' K.K.|
 | K.K. D & BK.K. SambaThe K. Funk|
 | K.K. DirgeK.K. SkaTo the Edge|
 | K.K. DixieK.K. SongTwo Days Ago|
 | K.K. EtudeK.K. Soul|
 | K.K. FaireK.K. Steppe|

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

                    |                 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. Make sure not
 to talk to him if you don't want to insurance, he will force you into it if
 you have the money.

                    |                Pascal                |

Where: on beach.
When: random weekday from 6am to midnight.
What: gives you pirate furniture.

 |Pascal's Items|
 | Anchor Sea Deck|
 | Barrel              Sea View|
 | Helm                Ship Cannon|
 | Keg                 Ship Compass|
 | Pascal's Pic|

                    |                Saharah               |

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

You can only get these items from her, so I suggest you talk to her.

 |Saharah's Wallpapers|
 | Ancient Wall        Meadow Vista|
 | Blue Tarp           Ringside Seating|
 | Desert Vista        Shoji Screen|
 | Industrial Wall     Tropical Vista|
 | Lunar Horizon       Western Vista|
 | Music Room Wall|

 |Saharah's Carpets|
 | Ancient Tile Music Room Floor|
 | Boxing Ring MatSaharah's Desert|
 | Closed Road         Sandlot|
 | Concrete Floor      Tatami Floor|
 | Daisy Meadow        Tropical Floor|
 | Lunar Surface       Western Desert|

                    |                Gracie                |

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

 |Gracie's items|
 | Barber Shirt            Giraffe Shirt           Orange Pinstripe|
 | Butterfly Shirt         Grape Shirt             Sandwich Shirt|
 | Caterpillar Tee         Grass Shirt             Snow Shirt|
 | Citrus Shirt            Gracie's Top            Splendid Shirt|
 | Cool Shirt              Groovy Shirt            Strawberry Shirt|
 | Coral Shirt             Hot Dog Shirt           Tiger Shirt|
 | Cow Shirt               Kiwi Shirt              Tin Shirt|
 | Crossing Shirt          Ladybug Shirt           Watermelon Shirt|
 | Fiendish Shirt          Melon Shirt   Zebra Shirt|
 | Flan Shirt              Moldy Shirt*|

*This shirt, although not very attractive, it still is only available 
 through Gracie.

                    |                Wendell               |

Where: around town.
When: random weekday from 6am to midnight.
What: feed him to get interesting patterns

 |Fresh Water Fish|
 | FootprintsChar|
 | Overhead view ACatfish|
 | Overhead view BGiant Snakehead|
 | Overhead view CPond Smelt|
 | Overhead view DGar|
 | PuddleCrawfish, Frog, or Killifish|
 | Checkpoint 1Salmon|
 | Checkpoint 2King Salmon|
 | North/South roadAny freshwater fish*|
 | East/West roadAny freshwater fish*|
 | South/East curveAny freshwater fish*|
 | South/West curveAny freshwater fish*|
 | North/West curveAny freshwater fish*|
 | IntersectionAny freshwater fish*|
 | CrosswalkAny freshwater fish*|
 |Salt Water Fish|
 | StonesBarred Knifejaw|
 | Fossil DummyCoelacanth|
 | Storm DrainShark, Hammerhead Shark, or Ocean Sunfish|
 | Stop SignAny saltwater fish**|
 | No Entry SignAny saltwater fish**|
 | Right Turn SignAny saltwater fish**|
 | Left Turn SignAny saltwater fish**|
 | Exclamation SignAny saltwater fish**|
 | No U-Turn SignAny saltwater fish**|
 | House This WayAny saltwater fish**|
 | Town Hall This WayAny saltwater fish**|
 | Museum This WayAny saltwater fish**|
 | Speed BoostCoconut|
 | Brick BoxOrange, Cherry, Apple, Peach, or Pear|
 | "?" BoxAcorn|
 | Down StairsWhite Turnip|

*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.

                    |                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.

 |Gulliver's items|
 | Arc de Triomphe         Metroid|
 | Chocolates              Moai Statue|
 | Compass                 Mouth of Truth|
 | Manekin Pis             Pagoda|
 | Matryoshka              Plate Armor|
 | Merlion                 Tower of Pisa|
 | Mermaid Statue          Tribal Mask|

For ease of use, here is a quick list of the steps to take to get a specific
item from Gulliver. Follow them exactly, and in this order:

1. Shoot Gulliver down.
2. Talk to him.
3. Collect all five pieces.
4. Save.
5. Talk to Gulliver. If he doesn't give you what you want, reset.
6. Talk to resetti. Go inside a building and come back out.
7. repeat steps 5 and 6 as necessary.

Repeat steps 5-7 until you receive the item you want, I suggest getting
the Metroid. If you missed him, reset your game without saving and face
Mr. Ressetti.

                    |                 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 in a letter the next day.

 |Snowman's Items|
 | Snowman Bed Snowman Sofa|
 | Snowman ChairSnowman Table|
 | Snowman ClockSnowman TV|
 | Snowman DresserSnowman Wall|
 | Snowman FridgeSnowman Wardrobe|
 | Snowman LampSnowman|

                    |            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.

 |The Lost Kitten's items|
 | Apple TV            Music Box|
 | K and K's Pic       Papa Bear|
 | Lily-Pad Table      Papa Panda|
 | Lovely Phone        Portrait|

                    |                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.

                    |                 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.

Before buying something, this list will tell you if it is worth it. If it
is avaliable somewhere else, I suggest you skip buying the item from Redd.

 |Redd's Item List|
 | Amazing Machine   Green Wardrobe          Red Corner|
 | Amazing Painting*   High-End Stereo         Regal Bed |
 | Baby Bed    Hospital Bed            Regal Chair|
 | Backyard Pool           Judge's Bell            Robo-Closet|
 | Basketball Hoop         Kiddie Bed              Robo-Lamp|
 | Black Katana            Kiddie Clock            Rocket|
 | Black Knight            Lawn Mower              Saddle Fence|
 | Black Rook              Lefty Lucky Cat         Saw Horse|
 | Blue Bed                Lovely Armoire          Scary Painting*|
 | Blue Table              Lovely End Table        Snake Plant|
 | Cabana Bed              Lovely Painting*        *Solemn Painting*|
 | Cabana Chair   Lucky Black Cat         Space Shuttle|
 | Cabin Chair             Mama Panda              Spaceman|
 | Cabin Dresser           Medicine Chest          Steam Roller|
 | Calm Painting*          Merry-Go-Round          Strange Painting|
 | Classic Vanity          Modern End Table        Super Toilet|
 | Classic Wardrobe        Modern Wardrobe         Tabletop Game|
 | Clear Model             Moving Painting*        Timpano Drum|
 | Common Painting*        Nice Painting*          Train Set|
 | Dainty Painting*        Opulent Painting*       Triforce*|
 | Deer Scare              Pantheon Post           Turntable|
 | Dice Stereo             Perfect Painting*       Warm Painting*|
 | Exotic Bed              Pothos                  Well|
 | Exotic Table            Quaint Painting*        White Katana|
 | Famous Painting*        Racoon Figurine         White Knight|
 | Flowery Painting*       Ranch Chair             White Rook|
 | Frog Woman Pole         Ranch Dresser           Wide-Screen TV|
 | Green Dresser           Rare Painting*          Worthy Painting*|

*Only available through Redd.

Below is the list of questions and answers Redd will ask for you to enter 
his tent. Although you can get the answer from a villager in your town.

 |Redd's Password Guide|
 | Ask and you shallBe charged|
 | An open walletIs often empty|
 | Bottom dollarTop dog|
 | Courage is niceCash is freedom|
 | Crazy ReddIs 35|
 | Even robbersHave safes|
 | Fan in one handCash in other|
 | Foot in the doorEye on prize|
 | For my fansShop here again|
 | Get an EducationOr win it big|
 | Give 2 centsAsk for change|
 | Gold ingotsRedd Bells|
 | Head in the sandFind something|
 | Hot and coldMoney makes it|
 | I'm all aloneBut I have cash|
 | Life expectancyRedd is 35|
 | Look at peopleWallets full|
 | No moneyMeans no fun|
 | Roses haveHigh prices|
 | Rough childhoodLax adulthood|
 | Spoiled rottenBean curd|
 | Talk is cheapSo is Redd|
 | Thankless Taskgoes unpaid |
 | The grass is greenerOn my side|
 | The penIs cheaper|
 | Tom Nook One ugly fellow|
 | Turn backWhat'd you miss|
 | What smells?Bean curd.|
 | What's insideIs fabulous|
 | When the cat's goneMice shop|
 | Why buy the cowBuy milk here!|

                    |               Cornimer               |

Where: In front of Town Hall
When: The Acorn Festival (second week of October)
What: Give him the acorns found around town (all but the rotten ones) to him,
 and you will receive a gift.

 |Cornimer's items|
 | Mush Stool   5 Acorns|
 | Mush End Table  10 Acorns|
 | Mush Lamp  25 Acorns|
 | Mush Chair  40 Acorns|
 | Mush Dresser  60 Acorns|
 | Mush Closet  80 Acorns|
 | Mush Stand 100 Acorns|
 | Mush Table 120 Acorns|
 | Mush Tv 140 Acorns|
 | Mush Bed 170 Acorns|
 | Mush Wall 200 Acorns|
 | Mush Floor230 Acorns|

Below is the list of each Acorn and how much Tom Nook will buy them for. 
Although it is not worth it to sell them to him.

 |Nook's Prices for Acorns|
 | Rotten Acorn  2 Bells|
 | Small Acorn 50 Bells|
 | Acorn 80 Bells|
 | Round Acorn100 Bells|
 | Large Acorn200 Bells|

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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 months.

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

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

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 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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*                      B U I L D I N G S   I N   T O W N                     *
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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

  1. Nooks CrannyAvalible from start
  2. Nook 'n' GoSpend/Sell 25000 bells worth
  3. NookwaySpend/Sell 65000 bells worth
  4. Nookingtons*Spend/Sell 240000 bells worth
 and have a friend shop at the

 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.

 UnlockableHow 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 FeatherDonate 10,000 Bells
  Blue FeatherDonate 200,000 Bells
  Yellow FeatherDonate 500,000 Bells  
  Red FeatherDonate 800,000 Bells 
  Purple FeatherDonate 1,100,000 Bells
  White FeatheDonate 1,400,000 Bells 
  Rainbow FeatherDonate 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.

 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'n12:00pm -  1:30pm, all week
 2:30pm -  4:00pm, all week
  Lyle12:00pm -  1:30pm, Sunday
  Pelly 6:00am -  6:55am, all week.
  Phyllis 9:00pm -  9:55pm, Sunday - Friday
  Resetti 2:30pm -  4:00pm, Sunday
  Rover12:00pm -  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.

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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*             N G C / D S   V E R S I O N   D I F F E R E N C E S            *
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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"
The police station's lost and found is now at the town's
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
No more train. Instead there is a taxi who picks you up.
No more wisps, have fun picking your own weeds you time
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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*                                  W I - F I                                 *
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            How to connect to wifi: for info

                    |          Points of Interest          |
                    |                                      |
                    | Wifi Safety..................[07,01] |
                    | Wifi Games...................[07,02] |
                    | Wifi Gliches and Prizes......[07,03] |

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*                           W I - F I   S A F E T Y                          *
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                    |       Credit for the following:      |
                    |                                      |
                    |       MongolianMoose  of NSider      |

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
 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 

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*                            W I - F I   G A M E S                           *
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If you would like to suggest me your own Wifi game, just go down to the 
contacts and E-mail me. 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.|
 | 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. Use 100 bells as a king.|
 | Use fruits for X's and O's, make sure they are different fruits.|
 | That's 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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*              W I - F I   G L I T C H E S   A N D   P R I Z E S             *
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Mr. Iwata's Coin (NOA, 01-12-06)

1,000 bells (NOA, 02-13-06)

Lovely Loveseat (NOA, 02-14-06)

Top Hat (NOA, 02-21-06)

Red Tulip Glitch (NOA, 01-26-06)
 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 disapears 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.

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*           T I P S ,   T R I C K S ,   A N D   E A S T E R  E G G S         *
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Tips are just things that were purposely put into the game, while tricks are
not and maybe considered cheating, easter eggs are just referances or whatever
just put into the game for a good laugh. Easter eggs won't help you in the
game at all.

                    |          Points of Interest          |
                    |                                      |
                    | Tips.........................[08,01] |
                    | Tricks.......................[08,02] |
                    | Easter Eggs..................[08,03] |

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*                                   T I P S                                  *
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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. Check out the Feng Shui mini-guide.

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, 
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                            |      | 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

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 each
 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.

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

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. View the Shooting Stars
 section for more info.

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.

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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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)

Interest trick (TT)
 1. Gather 50k or above and put it in bank.
 2. Save and reset clock in game to Jan 1 2000 (Use the clock in Animal 
    Crossing: Wild World)
 3. Save, turn off power.
 4. Change date on DS to 2000 (Use the clock on your DS)
 5. Start Game. Save. then turn off power
 6. reset DS calendar to 2011
 7. start game, open mail, around what ever you put into the bank at the 
    begininng between 100k is what you earned.
 8. Save turn off power
 9. Change DS to 2022
 10. Start game, this time in mail you should recieve 99,999

 Repeat steps 8 - 10 to get 99,999 everytime. don't go by 10, go from 
 2000 to 2011 to 2022 to 2033 etc.

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

Wave to your Friends
 Touch your bottom screen when a friend is near you, including NPCs.

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!

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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These are the questions I've seen asked numerous times in Forums, if you have
 one of your own or have some kind of proof to prove me wrong, please E-mail
 me. My e-mail is in the "Contact" section.

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) 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+ (Japan only).

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

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) 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, 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

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

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) 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. Don't E-mail me with questions on this, I don't own the action

Q) How would I take a picture of my town?
 1. Take pics in a dark room with some environmental backlight (not unnatural 
     (ie room) light, definitely not flash).
 2. Use the "macro" feature on camera (the icon for which usually looks like
     a flower), hold camera from about 4  to 6 inches from DS then zoom in,
     the macro feature should auto-adjust your lens.
 3. Take 2-3 pictures as DS screen might show "scan" lines.

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If you gave me info but your name is not listed under here, please check the
"contact info" section. I don't give you credit unless I got info from you
without telling you (mostly from just websites), or you asked me to, agian
check "contact info" section.

 1. Captaincode.comTips, Tricks, and Easter Eggs section
 2. ForumsTips, Tricks, and Easter Eggs section
 3. Text-Image.comThe program that helped me make the graphic at
 the very top of this FAQ and the one at the
 bottom as well.
 4. Javapadawan.comThe House Upgrades, Characters, Hairstlye, and
 Fossil prices.
 5. SirPasta Adding the L and R controls, and for correcting
 the Nook 'N Go model points.
 6. ZortaniaCorrecting me on displaying shirts in your house
 7. Nintendo CoryCorrecting me on Slider's song "Go K.K. Slider!"
 8. Shinji GhoshSome of the catch phrases, and the Gaurdian
 Heroes town tune.
 9. Penguinson FrieNDS"Fishing Tournement, Win Every Time" Tip. Some
     of HongKong of of the catch phrases in the "Villagers/ Characters" Section. Adding on to the "Keep
 Villagers in Your Town" Tip. Fixed my Typos.
 10. Master_BratacInformed me that I didn't seprate the
 Clankoids and Croakoids.
 11. Nintendo Player's GuideFeng Shui.
 12. MongolianMoose  ofNSiderThe Section "Wifi Safety" is writen by him.
 13. Evilzombie"Pirates of the Carribean" Town Tune & "My
 Chemical Romance"
 14. Parmesan of Neotokyo Reminding me of the Dung Beetle.
 15. Darth PyroHe pointed out 18 typos, and also corrected
 them. Also showed me a site with flower
 crossbreed information.
 16. Animalxing.comLots of information! Flower crossbreeding
 section, Face guide, Hairstyle guide,.
 17. DONKYMONKYMAN"Checkers" in the "Wifi games" section
 18. aikin_X of GameFaqs"Yoshi's Story" Town Tune.
 19. LayanderNotified I had a missing "Redd Password".
 20. seraph_unsungSaharah typo.
 21. Jenny TablinaRoommates setion, she did all of it.
 22. ShinkuuProved the "insure fake paintings" trick wrong.
 23. shady_1"Everybody is Kung Fu Fighting" Town Tune.
 24. Jordon K.He gave me the price of the "Green Knit Cap".
 25. T.AGAR  of NSiderThe Interest trick.
 26. Liquefy! of NSiderHe made the Perfect Tower formula.
 27. M_C_Y_1008He translated it into Math.
 28. SHUKO-CHAN of NSiderHe helped me the absolute most. He 100% made
 the Happy Room Academy (HRA), Feng Shui and
 Luck, Shooting Stars sections. Along with
 Gulliver's info.
 29. ASCII Letters (Only the Letters).
 30. rupan777For the tips on taking pictures.
 31. DodgeRedd Password.

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