Spoiler alert! I am not even going to try to avoid spoilers. So be forewarned.
This walkthrough is for the iPad version of the game which has quite a few differences from the desktop version.
Stardew Valley is very flexible, so as you play the game your experiences will not be the same as mine. Once I am past the game basics, I will not be going step by step, but only recapping the action.
If you are looking just to get a particular question about the game answered. You can find just about every thing you need to know in the Wiki.
The 11th day of spring starts with a plea from Robin, the carpenter, for me to help find her favorite ax. Could use the money for sure.
After tending my garden and giving up on digging up some clay, it was late enough for the blacksmith to be open. I headed out, stopping at every wiggle worm group I saw to dig, hoping for some more clay. I hadn’t fond any by the time I got to my first stop.
This time the museum gave me a reward of nine melon seeds, but they can’t be planted until summer. After making my donations to the museum, I doubled back and sold the excess gems and minerals to Clint. Retuning to my storage chest I retrieved the things I needed to carry with me.
I went down to the beach to dig around some looking for clay, but didn’t find any. By the time I had found enough clay to have Robin build my silo, it was too late in the day, so I headed to the forest. I spent some time foraging before, I remembered the spring onions, and crossed the river to look for them.
I continued to forage until it was getting late. Back at the cabin, I cleared out my backpack and set it up for the next day, with the materials I needed to take over to Robin’s shop.
In my mail the next morning I was reminded that the Egg Festival was the next day. One reason I haven’t really been bothering stopping to chat up the villagers, was that I knew that I would have a chance to meet almost all of them at the festival.
As soon as I took care of my morning chores, I finally remembered to craft a scarecrow. I had been meaning to craft one ever since I got the recipe, but kept forgetting. Luckily, I got it installed before crows attacked my garden. The crows will eat any type of seeds, including flowers.
Well, with that all taken care of, I decided it was time to head to the Community Center and put my new knowledge of the mysterious language to the test.
Having run out of things to do at the community center, I headed back to the farm and spent some time clearing rocks and thinning out a few of the trees. My idea is to farm trees on my farm until such a time that I need the space for something else.
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