Walkthrough

Your First Week

Starting Out (Day 1)

When you first start up your new Animal Crossing file, you'll be sitting in a trolley. If you've played previous games, this part should
seem familiar. Anyway, Rover, the red-shirted cat, will come up to you and ask to take a seat. Rover will then ask your name, which you
should enter. Remember that everyone you play with over Wifi will see this name, so plan accordingly. You cannot change your name.
He (yes, Rover is a he) will then ask you where you're going, prompting you to name your new village. Again, you cannot change this
name either. Rover's never heard of the town you're going to, so he will show you a variety of maps of towns along the train line. He
has four maps from you to choose from, and you can cycle through them if you choose "Nope!" on the bottom. These maps are
randomly generated, so you can start over if you don't like any of the maps to get some new maps.

Town Layouts
Here I have a quick word about town layouts. Many Animal Crossing veterans are, uh, picky about their town layouts--and for good
reason. You're stuck with your town layout for the rest of your town's life. It is imperative you enjoy your layout. Here are some basic
factors to look for when considering choosing your map:

 Walking Distance - Remember that you will be walking everywhere. This means that you want short walking distances from
the beach to Re-Tail (the pink sybmol with the circular arrows) to the train station to the north. Ideally, Re-Tail should not be
off in the corner, and the beach should have easy access from the northeast/west and the south.
 Bridge - You cannot place another bridge for at least the first few days, so you need to have a good bridge placement that
both (a) leaves room for another well-placed bridge and (b) allows you to easily traverse your town for the first few days or
weeks.
 River Length - If you're a heavy fisher like I am, you will benefit from a longer river that allows you to easily stay on one side
of the river whilst fishing from most of the river. This means that you want a river that doesn't doubleback often and doesn't
obstruct fishing. Also decide whether you want a north-south river or an east-west river--I personally prefer the latter.
 "Secret Beaches" - Watch for beaches that are unreachable via land. This means that the beach cannot be reached via the
slopes allowing you to descend the cliff. If you cannot reach this beach, it is largely unusable, and, even when you can
reach it, it's more of a hassle than it's worth.
 Aesthetic Flair - Look for landform features that you can capitalize with regards to public works and aesthetic design.

Happy map hunting!

After you decide which map best fits your town, Rover will start asking you a few questions about the town to which you're heading and
why you're heading there. These questions determine the appearance of your character. The following table describes which answer
options lead to which appearances. Choose wisely!

Question Question Question
Male Appearance Female Appearance
#1 #2 #3
Top Top Top Large Eyes; Spiky Hair Large Eyes; Large, Poofy Hair
Top Top Bottom Small, Round Eyes; Clean Haircut Vertical-ish Eyes; Longer Hair
Vertical-ish Brown Eyes; Shorter,
Top Bottom Top Vertical-ish Eyes; Spiked Hair (Left)
Bowl Cut
Diamond-Shaped Eyes; Spiked Hair Diamond-Shaped Eyes; Shorter,
Top Bottom Bottom
(Right) Bowl Cut
Black, Sparkly Eyes; Poofy Pink
Middle Top Top Rounder, Blue Eyes; Waning Hair
Hair
Brown, Crazy Hair; Blue Eyes; Rosy Round Eyes; Longer Hair; Rosy
Middle Top Bottom
Cheeks Cheeks
Middle Bottom Top "Sleepy" Eyes; Jagged, Black Hair "Sleepy" Eyes; Hair Pulled Back
Middle Bottom Bottom Warm, Round Eyes; Spiky Hair Aloof Eyes; Black Bowl Cut
Conservative Face; Black, Crazy Childish Face/Eyes; Hair Pulled
Bottom Top Top
Hair Back
Squinty, Mysterious Eyes;
Bottom Top Bottom Squiny Eyes; Long, Black Hair
Desheveled Hair
Large, Circular Eyes; Pink Pulled
Bottom Bottom Top Large, Googly Eyes; Brown Hair
Back Hair
Bottom Bottom Bottom Small, Black Eyes; Gelled-Up Hair Small Eyes; Black, Poofy Hair
Rover will now leave you be as you arrive in your new town. Stepping out of the train station, a yellow dog and her cadre of villagers will
greet you. These villagers are among the many in your new town. Anyway, the dog will introduce herself as Isabelle, your assistant. By
the way, you're mayor. Yeah, so, as mayor, Isabelle will invite you to your new workplace: Town Hall. Using your map, follow Isabelle to
the town hall. Once there, Isabelle will realize that you have nowhere to live and send you back over to Main Street.

Main Street is to the north and is home to many shops: Tom Nook's Real Estate Agency is among them. If you're having trouble finding
it, look for the blue shop with a leaf on its sign. Once you visit Tom Nook, he will tell you to choose a site for your house. Choose wisely!
Tom Nook will inform you if your spot is unfeasible. Remember, you cannot move your house's location.

Once you place your house, Tom Nook will give you a temporary living space: a tent. This tent will serve as your home until tomorrow
when your house will be finished. Also, your tent does not allow you to place furniture items on your wall, nor does it allow you to place
wallpaper or carpeting. After you get your homy little, uh, tent set up, you should head back to your town hall to consult Isabelle. She
will tell you that she needs your birthday (also cannot be changed) to finish your residency form. Once this has been all squared away,
your assistant will give you a TPC (Town Pass Card).

Isabelle will then invite you to the plaza where you will plant your ceremonial tree! This tree will represent the growth of your town--the
little sprout in the middle can eventually be the largest tree in town! Anyway, after the ceremony, you're basically free for the rest of the
day. You can go fishing, find seashells, catch bugs, mingle with your neighbors, and so on. However, if you want to score a few more
collectibles, talk to Isabelle at the Town Hall.

Isabelle has a series of suggestions with regards to starting your tenure as mayor. Here are her tasks in the order that
they should appear:

1. Meet your neighbors! - Take the time to go introduce yourself to all of your neighbors. Some will be out and about and others
will be in their house (look for lights and smoke from the chimney). Those that are out and about might be up on Main Street!
2. Send letters! - Isabelle will give you some lined paper to write letters to your neighbors. I recommend attaching either 100
bells or a junky item so that your friends will send items back! You can add items by opening up the mail pouch and sliding
the item onto the letter itself.
3. Get Isabelle a Shell! - Head down to your beach (via one of the ramps to the south) and find a shell along the cost. Note that
some shells are worth more than others! Grab one for Isabelle and take it back to the Town Hall. Isabelle will reward you
with a foreign fruit!
4. Planting a Tree! - With your newfound fruit, Isabelle will suggest that you plant a tree with said fruit. Head to the Nookling's
Junction to the north on Main Street and buy a shovel in their shop. Return to town and find a good spot--not too close to
other trees, buildings, or landforms--and bury your fruit. A little sapling will sprout up in its place! Your tree (if it lives) will take
a few days to grow into another fruit tree.
5. Archaeology! - Isabelle will also suggest that you find a star-shaped marking in the ground. These little
markings always suggest that there's something under the ground. Usually, these little markings hold fossils and other
goodies. Isabelle wants you to find a fossil and take it to Blathers on main street (in the museum). Once you locate the
museum, have Blathers assess your fossil. He will give you the option of keeping the fossil or leaving it as a donation to the
museum. I personally recommend the latter even though keeping it allows you to sell the fossil.
6. Icthyologist or Entomologist? - Before you return to Isabelle, check Nookling's Junction for their other tool. Sell some shells
or fruit to get enough money to buy it. Head back to the Town Hall afterwards and find Isabelle. She will now ask you which
you like better--fishing or catching bugs. Answer the opposite of whatever tool you got from Nookling's. This will give you
both tools on your first day! Isabelle wants you to catch three of whatever tool she gave you (bugs or fish). Bugs can be
tough in the winter, but you shouldn't have too many issues. For more info on fishing and catching bugs, see the
Appendices. After you finish all of this, Isabelle rewards you with a Watering Can! Score!

That finishes up all of Isabelle's tutorials--now what? Well, now you're free! For the most part, that is. There are certain objectives that
you need to complete to get the game to advance. In order for you to actually get your house built, you need to visit Tom Nook on Main
Street. Once inside Tom Nook's Real Estate Agency, he will tell you the down payment necessary to start construction and initiate your
loan. The total comes out to be 10000 bells.

Ten-thousand bells?

Yep, 10000 bells! Don't worry, I'll give you some basic "starting-out" tips on making money at the beginning. Firstly, harvest all of the
sea shells along the ocean and sell them to either Re-Tail (the pink recycling center in your town) or Nookling's. Either option is viable.
You can also shake trees in your town to find bells. Another option is to get furniture and sell it (by "get" furniture, I mean either get it
from neighbors through favors or find it in trees; buying and selling nets you a loss). Finally, the most realistic way to attain 10000 bells
quickly is to simply catch bugs and fish! Bugs and fish can fetch anywhere from five bells to fifteen-thousand bells, though the average
is usually around three-hundred. See the appendices for more complete info on individual shells, fish, bugs, and other content.

After you reach that 10000 bell down payment, give it to Tom Nook to start construction. Your house won't be done til tomorrow, so that
leaves you the rest of the day to do whatever you want. This means you can build up funds, make some patterns, go shopping, play
with friends, beautify your town, or make small talk with your neighbors.

So, the rest of the day is left for you to do whatever you want! You should start saving up bells, in my opinion, or you can take a break.
The next phase starts tomorrow.

Development Permit Hunting (Day 2)

After your first day, you should have since gained an actual house! You can walk back inside your house to discover a
more...respectable interior. Isabelle will come visit you and bestow you with a Paw-Print Wallpaper. Awesome! You can throw it on the
wall, but I actually think it looks a bit gaudy. But, then again, what do I know.

Anyway, Isabelle invites you over to the Town Hall. Here, you should check in with her. She will tell you to move behind to the back of
the Town Hall and sit in the mayor's chair; this is the only way to be officially treated as mayor by Isabelle. If you talk to her at the front
desk, she will treat you more as a citizen than a mayor. Anyway, once in the back, Isabelle will tell you about the Development Permit,
which is required to enact most mayorial powers. We'll talk more about those later. The permit is attained by (a) having a house and (b)
having a 100% approval rating among your citizens.

(a) - check. (b) - not so much.

A 100% approval rating might sound hard to attain (especially considering that, if you talk to Isabelle again, she will tell you that your
approval rating is around 30% or so), but it's actually doable in one day. If you talk to Isabelle some more about improving your
approval rating, she will give you advice. I've compiled this advice into one list as you go about your second day:

 Design a new town flag pattern. Talk to Isabelle at the front desk to do this. You can use the Able Sister's to make your
pattern, or you can use your little design tab to make a not-so-pro design (it has less features if you use the latter method).
 Compose a new town tune. Talk to Isabelle at the front desk to do this. Composing a town tune isn't hard--just remember
that you have to listen to it often!
 Water flowers. Hopefully you got the Watering Can yesterday or you can't do this. Watering dead flowers nets you extra
points (correct me if I'm wrong) and you can even set your flowers up to beautify your town around certain buildings!
 Pull weeds. Even though it's only day two, some weeds have undoubtedly sprouted up, allowing you to pull them for an
approval rating boost. Weeds will continue to sprout up every day (though only two or three per day) and it's good to pull
them when you see them. It's also a common courtesy to pull weeds in other towns you happen to be visiting.
 Post on the bulletin board. It can be something short, something long, two letters, or two posts! You might even consider
posting something for your visitors to see.
 Donate, donate, donate! Donating to your museum both fills your museum's hallowed halls and boosts your approval rating. I
recommend donating the first of every catch and every fossil you find to your museum as this nets you items (eventually).
 Buy and sell at Re-Tail. Re-Tail is a local shop, and shopping local is always preferred! Selling junk that you catch from the
river at Re-Tail nets you even larger approval gains because it's "recycling." Oh, and Re-Tail tends to pay higher prices for
goods, so I highly recommend that you sell there over Nookling's. The only reason you would want to sell at Nookling's is so
that they can have revenue to upgrade their shop.
 Talk to villagers! They are your friends after all! Handling their chores and just talking in general allows you to foster
relationships that will pay off and will boost your approval rating for the purposes of a Development Permit.

Note that each of these methods has a level of diminishing returns. For instance, if you donate 30 bugs to the museum, only the first
five or so will have a measurable on your approval rating. On top of that, things like talking to neighbors will only really work once per
neighbor. However, you don't have to do all of the above; you can even skip out on some of them and still reach 100%. Just keep
plugging away at those points enumerated above and you should attain 100% before the day ends!

Note that it doesn't hurt to wait a day. That just means you won't be able to start Community Projects until your fourth day--don't worry
about it.

Of course, continue making money, decorating your house, and building friendships both with animal villagers and people all over the
world. That's what Animal Crossing is all about!

Public Works and Ordinances (Day 3)

So now we've gotten up to our third day, and (hopefully) we have our new Development Permit! Awesome! So now what do we do with
it?

Well, let's go talk to Isabelle at Town Hall! Once there, she will inform you that we can now do two things with our Development Permit:
enact ordinances and start Community Projects aka Public Works. (Note: I will refer to the projects that build stuff in your town as either
Public Works or Community Projects in this guide). The former is rather straightforward; you can deicde what you want your town to be
like: rich, beautiful, late-night, or early morning. The ordinances are pretty much just as they sound, but I talk more about them in the
Ordinances section of the following Mayoral Duties section. You should have a pretty good idea of how you want to specialize your
town, though; if you're having trouble, see the section above.

So what about Public Works? Well, Isabelle will give you a pretty long list of projects you can undertake. This list will get longer over
time. Don't feel compelled to build every single project because you cannot; your town has a limit on how many Public Works that can
be in your town. Pick and choose the ones you actually want to build. These projects can range from useful (police stations) to
aesthetically pleasing (statues) to a little of both (bridges). I personally like the Yellow Bench, the Lamppost, and the Stone Bridge out
of the first choices, but you can choose whatever you want. Check out the Community Projects section in Mayoral Duties for more on all
of the Community Projects!

I also recommend that you keep on paying off your loan, fishing/catching bugs for bells, and improving your town as you see fit. Finding
a furniture theme or series that you like (seeAppendix A: Furniture for more) can make the game much more enjoyable.

The Rest of the Week (Days 4-7)

The game starts letting you loose now. You certainly can't do that much yet, but features will start to appear. First, you should notice a
Garden Center moving into your Main Street by the end of the week. Afterwards, the Dream Suite, a Nooklings Expansion, and Shoe
Shanks should start to roll into town.

So, what do you do in the downtime? Well, that's for you to figure out! There are community projects to build, furniture sets to collect,
fishes to catch, bugs to capture, water to swim, fossils to unearth, neighbors to befriend, balloons to shoot, and an online to explore! In
this guide, I've assembled info about most--if not all--of the aforementioned tasks. You can check out the TOC and look for their
respective section to get info-hunting.

... And Beyond

Of course. Ore. and the Spider). However. The beach is full of shells worth a decent amount of bells (from approximately 100 bells to over 1000 bells). Even if you need a small amount of money. All shells are pretty much worthless in all other contexts. Usually. etc. but I recommend against it as your Axe can start to break. 300. furniture items. etc. you're town will continue to grow and grow. Sweet. once you get the appropriate tools. Anyway. it's a good idea to keep hitting the rock once you find it. the Bagworm. and two or three furniture items per town. friends will get friendlier. 200. Moreover. so you're probably still wondering what exactly a money rock is. Fruit. 500. or 100 bells. Later in the game. you'll probably stop using shells as a source of income. In this section. Royal Crown. the money rock is a good way to earn a good 8000 bells. but. one other tree-bug per town. and your treasure trove of items will increase. you also need serious money for the vast majority of Public Works. Generally. This section will detail some of the most common ways to get money. the only reason you'll be shaking trees will be to fulfill your bug encyclopedia. I recommend that you dig holes behind you with your equipped shovel. and an ever-inflating online economy.) and expensive items (like the Crown. Trees can hold a variety of things: a few bugs (the Bee. you know how there are big gray boulders throughout your town? You can hit those with your shovel! (. You can save and restart your town to force the bugs to respawn. it's unlikely that any tree holds a furniture item or any of the bugs. 4000. and Mushrooms. you should be making a few million from turnips and the island. once you exhaust your town's tree-money supply. And your Axe. 2000. Feel free to check out the following sections at your leisure! Tree-Shaking This is likely one of your first (and easiest) avenues for money at the beginning of the game. Well.). ranging from the smallest of monies at the beginning to the biggest money-makers at the end. For more on this. and you have to do nothing more than pick them up. various methods come with various risks and/or time commitments. This is the safest setup: O R P O . Money Rocks Perhaps one of the most lucrative and easygoing methods of earning money at the beginning of the game. looking for what you would want in your dream town and what you would not want. In order to find out what you can and cannot do as well as what you do and do not want. If you hit it more. Some players decide to beautify their town beyond belief. check out Appendix L: Seashells.) One random rock in your town will be the "money rock. not literally--figuratively! Shops will expand. Throne. so. the frequency is about two or three bees per town of fresh trees. Anyway. most trees hold 100 bells. try other. They will create patterns to place on the ground that will make their town seem more modern. there are much better money-making ventures. Seashells This is the other no-tool method prominently used to get money at the very beginning. and. the money rock offers over 10000 bells with the most optimistic of tools (the Golden Axe). It's all about what you decide to do with your town. 8000. During a good week.. ranging from small-money options like Tree-Shaking to big-money options like the Island and Turnips. Hence. The trees should primarily act as an income when you're finanacing tools at the beginning of the game. Otherwise.. you'll need to wait til tomorrow. In order to get the most bang-for-your-buck. I will detail various ways to make money. Your need for money is insatiable. The furniture can be sold for a meager amount of funds. In addition to completed house costing well over five million bells. Not all trees hold items. the rock will spit out more bells. I highly recommend you scour the Appendices. Well. again. Others will strive to reach the 100000000 bell mark. less time-consuming methods. see Appendix E: Bugs. you shouldn't use your trees as any sort of primary source of money beyond the first few hours." meaning that it will spit out bells as you hit it. a good chunk of change for expensive series (like Gorgeous. the amount doubles with each hit: 100. 1000. For more on how much specific shells are worth (and other natural items in other months).As the days wear on. Making Money Perhaps the most improtant part of running a successful town is having the funds necessary to improve said town. the money will only respawn once a day. and one of the aforementioned bugs will chase after you upon spawning.

as denoted in Appendix G: Fossils. the fake rock changes locations every day. If it's raining. the "cap" is their self-imposed limits on requesting favors and returning letters. Once there. Villagers won't always reply to letters. My general advice is to fish in the ocean. or you can head onto the online marketplace to fetch good money for your item. These include letters. you can very well sell the item for some profit. during the winter. and one fossil will more-than- pay-off the initial investment of a shovel. There is also another way to get items from your villager. in the fall. Villagers won't seel any or all of their items. sometimes villagers give useless items (like clothing) but sometimes they can give spotlight and even that one item you were looking for. so you just need to hope. Money rocks obviously aren't the most lucrative option. Secondly. most of your money derives from fishing. namely the finned fish and the Dorado and Arapaima. However. and the R is the rock. it is easy to discern Sea Bass and Hosre Mackerel--the two main crappy ocean fish-- from the other fish. and the river tends to suffer from the presence of a lot of undervalued fish. the P is your person. The saltwater sink is home to a lot of valuable fish. visitations. villagers will ask for you to come over to their house. or access to the island. Oarfish. etc. aside from a few of the larger fish. Finally. Firstly.. but you can probably nab something you want. Getting free items obviously isn't lucrative in of itself. Gold Nuggets can be used to manufacture Golden furniture. O . S/he will usually do one of the following things: ask for you to buy said item from them. . see the Online Trade piece in this section! Fossils Fossils are a good way to make money in the beginning. In the summer. so just look for the migratory rock! Errands In this section. Hence. it is very likely that the villager will end up giving you something in their house from time-to-time.. but good bugs only show up in your town for two months out of the year (if it's those two months. In the river. bug-catching. Neighbors are oftentimes an ulimited source of items to sell and trade for better items. but they are a good source of money nonetheless. However. bugs. the Pike and the Char are prominent good choices. give said item to you in a letter. and a few other less common means. The same applies to errands. but most of the ones you'll find). and Tuna are your main go-to fish. In-Town Fishing. see the respective sections: Appendix D: Fish. they aren't always inclined to include gifts. they may prompt you to buy something you like in their house. catching fish is much harder than catching bugs. For instance. Hence. I'm using "Errands" to signify a lot of different measures you can use to extort furniture or other items from your neighbors. Net. you'll want to look for the Char and the Oarfish. Diving. The reason in-town fishing. so these are well worth finding as well. favors. feel free to treat your town as the Island). and diving ranks so low is because of its time-consuming-ness and its dependence on the time of year. so it's hard to expect any one item over another. Unfortuantely. it takes more time. Moreover. occasionally. you hardly have the same privelage. They're also usually sold at a discount from Nooklings' prices. and Bug-Catching For more on specific fish. and Appendix F: Diving. but it near-guarantees that you'll reach the 4000 mark. and diving creatures. Unfortunately. I recommend the ocean above all else. but. when they do. or place said item in Re-Tail. You should do this before you hit any money rock candidate. you should also look for "fake" rocks holding gems or nuggets. generally. There's always someone willing to buy something! For more on making money online. Finally. try for the Coelacanth. Appendix E: Bugs. Various fossils are worth various amounts. Finally. many of the bugs/fish in your town are hardly worth the time it takes to find them (not all of them. They take practically no effort to find and dig up. Where the O is a hole. once you get a Fishing Rod. I highly recommend you start donating your fossils instead of selling them. The only time- consuming parts of this method are (a) finding the fossils and (b) getting them appraised by Blathers. and it often can be faster than fishing and catching bugs. They take little-to-no time commitment as there are only a few rocks in your town. In the spring. there are thousands of items in this game. there are a lot of fish. the Stringfish. finding bugs and fish in your town takes a long time. there are a few fish that you know will sell for a lot. It's hard to induce a villager into giving you any particular item. and. Fish and bugs in your town vary from season-to-season. however. Fake rocks can be easy to spot once you're accustomed to your rock layout.

I generally advise that any price over 400 is good and that any price over 500 is an automatic selling point. If you see one. the Goliath Beetle. remove bushes. the Golden Stag. head up and catch them. Anyway. Other bugs are worth money. my general recommendation is to buy as many as you can hold. Otherwise. barring the springtime when Spider Crabs and the like are around. I recommend that you scour some of the more active ACNL boards online. The island is home to year-round sun and summer-like conditions.Diving is not very lucrative. and it acts as a way to build up to a successful Turnips business. head back around the southern tip of the island. although approahcing beetles from the north is difficult. This also allows you to check out the fish in the ocean. Animal Crossing Community is good but somewhat tame. The only time you will need or want to put away your net is when/if you see a fish with a fin. and chop down all palm trees barring a few on the northern section of the island. Island This is one of the earliest lucrative ways to increase your cash flow. Anyway. remove all flowers. you can haul them over to another town where your perfect fruit is at double the price and rake in around one million bells for a pockets-worth of . In ACNL. bushes. Nevertheless. though. looping around the bottom so that the beetles can respawn. Watch the forums when you're actively playing. by the way. As you notice beetles to the north. While Perfect Fruits ordinarily don't sell for much. The process can be quick. Every Sunday. hence. and. This means that the only bugs that should spawn are the Wharf Roaches and the aforementioned palm beetles. as mentioned above. This should leave you with four or five palms along the northern side of the beach. you'll simply want to walk along the beach from the eastern/western end to the other side. Keep going until you eventually fill up your entire island bucket. Anyway. when you notice a good price. Most places you visit will charge entry fees. and it is! Turnips prices. The online/trading board here on GameFAQs is good. so some groundwork is needed. feel free to catch the lucrative bugs as you see them in your daily rounds. you can make a good few million bells by letting other people sell turnips in your town for a price. go for it. try to get in right away. they take a lot less effort to catch than fish. Every three days. though! Bug-catching is only recommended in the summer. See Big Beetles for more on this. but beetles are worth the most! Turnips Turnips are the second major way of making money. Check out Appendix O: Island for more on the island itself. the Bell Tree Forums is acceptable but they can be harsh when moderating. I also find it acceptable to catch the occasional Emperor Butterfly. but you can usually just chase them off of the beach. Turnips can be heartbreakingly bad when it comes to offline play--just ask anyone who's played Animal Crossing on the GameCube. It sounds steep. Joan comes around town to sell turnips at approximately 100 bells per turnip. Usually. so it's worth your time to catch them. The latter two appear on regular trees. I recommend that you just skip turnips and stick to the Island. the Hercules Beetle. Most of these beetles start appearing after 5 pm and will stick around til 8 am the following day. and flowers if you feel that diminishes the island "feel. the Giant Stag.. you can take the following measures: chop down all non-palm-trees. This is generally 18000 turnips or less (likely less) as that is what can be held in your storage. They can be difficult to catch. And. however.. it is very possible. it's home to year-round summer bugs and fish. There really isn't much else to it. Rinse and repeat and repeat and repeat. it is rare that turnip prices exceed 200 during the week in any particular town. so be aware that you will need to give up a portion of your profits. stick to the ocean with your fishing rod. I usually find the island a good way to make approximately 300000 bells in thirty minutes. These fish are guaranteed to be worth 4000 bells or more. While they are not exactly the easiest bugs to catch. However. and you know exactly what you're catching before you take the time and effort to go after it. the Cyclommatus. you can plant plenty of Perfect Fruits to create a huge orchard. otherwise. In order to maximize your profits. Of course. The beetles you will be hunting include the Elephant Beetle. can waver between the low thirties and the high seven-hundreds throughout the week. If you don't have Internet access. The main idea is to go to the island and catch the abundant palm tree beetles at night and in the morning. watch for towns with good turnips prices. Wharf Roaches are obviously annoying. the Atlas Beetle. Perfect Fruit Orchards Orchards used to be a time-consuming source of income--harvesting all of the exotic fruit in a hypothetical Wild World town would net a sample player 400000 bells. you don't have to cut down all of the trees. but you've got to remain determined. meaning there is big potential for gains." It simply makes beetles appear less often. and the Rainbow Stag. If you have good turnip prices.

Try to get your hands on rare furniture items (especially DLC!) as these items can go for millions of bells with the right market. . Firstly.They can be bought. you can push. Moreover. Because I organized the list alphabetically. so furniture's main purpose in Animal Crossing is to go into your house. Furniture Basics Furniture? What's a furniture? Haha. Check out Appendix Q: Wifi for more on online! Appendix A: Furniture Need a piece of furniture? Well. the Furniture List itself! For all intents and purposes. interactive furniture.). Next are Furniture Groups. "furniture" in this section constitutes anything that is a green leaf in your inventory. furniture is rather self-explanatory. Online Trading Your last major source of revenue is derived from people on the online marketplace. baskets make the process much easier than in previous games. (such as fish. and tossed. in those cases. Eventually. pull. but the green leaf is the brunt of it! The following are comments on furniture features. bartered. My biggest piece of advice is to follow the guidelines in the other section and to sell your fruit in other towns with the Re-Tail bonus. Honestly. Of course. your house is divided into tiles. However. however. prices can vary (anywhere from one-thousand bells to millions of bells). That section includes info on how to place furniture. With ACNL's inflation (thanks to the island). (For more about house expansions. One-by-one |¯¯¯¯| | F | | | |____| One-by-two |¯¯¯¯| | FF | | | |____| Two-by-two |¯¯¯¯| | FF | | FF | |____| You see. furniture cannot be moved through walls or other furniture pieces. you can only see what it looks like by taking it inside your house and placing it via the menu. You can also choose to trade them. it's an easy way to jump into big money. but you can still make money off of practically anything. Your first house is the size of the sample house above--four-by-four. so. just kidding! Furniture comes in all shapes. traded. it's in this section of the guide. so furniture comes in three basic sizes. see Appendix P: Happy Home Academy & House Expansions). sizes. and other tacits. I'll talk about Furniture Basics. uses. you've come to the right place! This section details every single piece of furniture (Note: DLC furniture may or may not be included in this list) and covers quite a bit of relevant info about furniture. Finally. it is best to pick up the furniture item and place it closer to where you want it to go. taking up space in your house." If it's a green leaf in your pockets. Many items can work like furniture. and otherwise manhandle said furniture. I recommend that you start by selling unwanted furniture items. Anyway. rotate. Otherwise. Just know that it exists and know that it can help you a lot. art. People will buy anything online and everything has a price. there isn't much I can tell you in a guide format as the market is ever-changing. but furniture really belongs in a house that where it looks good! Anyway. Generally. etc.baskets of nine fruit. Once your furniture is placed. When you receive furniture. features. this guide only considers green leaves to be "furniture. it can be difficult to distinguish certain sets and series. and non-uses! Everything from your stinky socks to a golden throne can be furniture in your house. bugs. sold. your house will be eight-by-eight or larger. forms.

K. but you'll have to place it to make sure. the interactive furniture that you really want are radios. lamps are highly useful.K. all stored items are accessible in any town via the universal locker in the train station. allow you to store items in "space. Storage Furniture Some furniture items. such as wardrobes. useless for anything other than amusement. sets. armoires. the following lists denote the series. etc.g. storage items cannot be easily accessed if you place an item on top of them (for instance. An easy way to distinguish a series is by its name. If you do compromise the upper portions of yoru storage device. However. Series have items that all start with the same word (e. Interactive furniture is. Other than that.'s Office Exotic Series Space Drum Fish Series Western Flower Golden Series Frog Gorgeous Series Guitar Gracie Series Homework Green Series House Plant Harvest Series Lucky Cat Ice Series Museum Insect Series Nintendo Jingle Series Office Kiddie Series Panda Lovely Series Pear Mermaid Series Pine .. Themes tend to be eight to ten items and are often a lot more whimsical than series. (see Appendix J: K. if a dresser has an item on top of it). Green Bed. The Happy Room Academy awards varying amounts of points for the various furniture amalgamations (with series being the best. you want to get one of these storage items as soon as possible. Sets tend to be more conventional and are anywhere from two to fifteen items. Of course." This "space" is broken up into thre blocks and each block has six pages (each page holds 10 items). Without further ado." and "sets. or they can simply be of the same utility. Green Dresser. This means that you can store up to 180 items! Anyway. However. allowing you to not live in the dark. Music is a great way to breathe life into your room. by and large." "themes." Series are items that all have the same unifying characteristic. drawers. check out Appendix P: Happy Home Academy & House Expansions. and you should certainly take whatever radio you can get your hands on in the beginning (you can focus on fashion and style later). For more on that. for instance. the game makes a big distinction between "series. Furniture Groups Furniture items tend to come in groups of similar furniture. turn fountains on or off and sleep in your bed. These sets can be the same theme. Themes and sets are harder to distinguish. However. and others. Basically any item with drawers or that can be opened will allow you to store items. Also.). such as being green or modern. set being the worst). Radios (or players) allow you to play music that you get from K. and themes! Series Themes Sets Alpine Series Boxing Theme Apple Astro Series Classroom Theme Bear Balloon Series Construction Bonsai Blue Series Mad Scientist Cactus Cabana Series Mario Café Cabin Series Backyard (Mossy Garden) Chess Card Series Nursery Citrus Classic Series Pirate Ship Creepy Egg Series Spa Dr. Storage items can hold anything from fish and bugs to clothes and wallpaper. you will need to open the dresser at the exact middle of the Keep that in mind as you are planning your room. this does not fully encompass all interactive furniture--you can.). dressers.Interactive Furniture Interactive furniture ranges from radio players allowing you to play music to TVs giving you the daily weather and from lamps allowing you to liven up a room to turning on gyroids to dance along to your music.

very long table of all furniture items present in New Leaf.  Multiple entries are denoted by forward slashes. look for the item at some point during that time frame. Weird soruces (e. I do have some notes about certain parts of this table:  Island items have an "M" by the price to denote that they will cost medals instead of bells.g. If you have this DLC item (and the accompanying data).  Some Nooklings Shop items have a time period in parentheses--though the exact days vary. check out the Island appendix (Appendix O: Island). Savings) may require some backtracking. Buying Resale Color Color Name Source Interior Theme Style Price Price #1 #2 Spotlight 0 Lamp 10000 2500 White White Stylish Fancy Item/Wishy Spotlight 1 Lamp 1000 250 White White Stylish Fancy Item/Wishy 1-Up Mushroom Fortune Cookie 0 210 Green Orange Hobby Fancy 12 Grapes Countdown 0 0 Green White N/A Traditional Spotlight 2 Lamp 2000 500 White White Stylish Fancy Item/Wishy Spotlight 3 Lamp 3000 750 White White Stylish Fancy Item/Wishy Spotlight 4 Lamp 4000 1000 White White Stylish Fancy Item/Wishy Spotlight 5 Lamp 5500 1375 White White Stylish Fancy Item/Wishy Spotlight 6 Lamp 6000 1500 White White Stylish Fancy Item/Wishy Spotlight 7 Lamp 7000 1750 White White Stylish Fancy Item/Wishy 7-Eleven Model DLC (Japan) 0 711 ??? ??? ??? ??? 7-Eleven Register DLC (Japan) 0 711 ??? ??? ??? ??? Counter 7-Eleven Sign DLC (Japan) 0 711 ??? ??? ??? ??? Spotlight 8 Lamp 8000 2000 White White Stylish Fancy Item/Wishy . so keep scrolling until you find your desired letter (or number). It's just like a dictionary! However. It is sorted alphabetically from A to Z. it cannot be ordered.Minimalist Series Pine Tree Modern Series String Section Modern Wood Series Totem Pole Mush Series Vase Pavé Series Watermelon Polka-Dot Series Zen Princess Series Zen Garden Ranch Series Regal Series Robo Series Rococo Series Sleek Series Sloppy Series Snowman Series Spooky Series Stripe Series Sweets Series Furniture List Note that this is a very. please let me know via Contributing!  The source should be self-explanatory.  If the item costs 0. Period.  Re-Tail items come from other villagers placing this item for sale at random intervals. For more on the island (and its medals!).  DLC items are missing data for the most part.  N/A signifies that there is no entry for that category. but they should be manageable.

Spotlight 9 Lamp 9000 2250 White White Stylish Fancy Item/Wishy ? Block Fortune Cookie 0 210 Orange Brown Hobby Fancy ABD Savings 0 250 Gray Gray N/A Safe Academy Gold Happy Room 0 450 N/A N/A N/A Safe Medal Academy Happy Room Academy Pennant 0 450 N/A N/A N/A Safe Academy Academy Silver Happy Room 0 450 N/A N/A N/A Safe Medal Academy Air Conditioner Nooklings Shop 2500 625 N/A N/A Science Safe Alarm Clock Nooklings Shop 1000 250 Beige Beige N/A Safe Alcohol Lamp Nooklings Shop 680 170 Red Aqua Horror/Science Formal Aloe Garden Center 1200 300 Green Brown Natural Safe Alpine Bed Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Brown Gray Natural Traditional Alpine Chair Nooklings Shop 2000 500 Brown Gray Natural Traditional Alpine Chest Nooklings Shop 2200 550 Brown Gray Natural Traditional Alpine Closet Nooklings Shop 2380 595 Brown Gray Natural Traditional Alpine Dresser Nooklings Shop 2200 550 Brown Gray Natural Alpine Hutch Nooklings Shop 2100 525 Brown Gray Natural Traditional Alpine Lamp Nooklings Shop 2000 500 Brown Gray Natural Traditional Alpine Panel Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Brown Gray Natural Traditional Alpine Sofa Nooklings Shop 2360 590 Brown Gray Natural Traditional Alpine Table Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Brown Gray Natural Traditional Alpine Table M Nooklings Shop 2000 500 Brown Gray Natural Traditional Alpine Wagon Nooklings Shop 1960 490 Brown Gray Natural Traditional Aluminum Case Savings 0 300 Gray Gray Science/Stylish Modern Amazing Nooklings Shop 3600 900 Black Black Horror/Science Crazy Machine Amp Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Black Black Science Rock Anatomical Nooklings Shop 3360 840 Colorful Colorful Horror/Science Fancy Model Anchor Pascal 0 475 Brown Black Hobby Old Antique Clock Nooklings Shop 2350 587 Brown Brown Antique Old Apple Clock Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Red Beige Natural Fancy Apple TV Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Red Beige Natural Fancy Spotlight Arc de Triomphe 9200 2300 Gray Gray Hobby Traditional Item/Wishy Arcade Machine Nooklings Shop 4400 1100 Colorful White Hobby Rock Aroma Pot Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Gray Gray Stylish Fancy Arrow Sign Museum Shop 3500 875 Blue White Stylish Formal Artificial Snow SnowDad 0 1400 Blue Blue None Sporty Maker Arwing Fortune Cookie 0 210 Blue Gray Hobby/Science Modern Asteroid Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Brown Gray Hobby/Science Crazy Astro Audio Nooklings Shop 3600 900 Orange White Science/Stylish Crazy Astro Bed Nooklings Shop 3200 800 Orange White Science/Stylish Crazy Astro Chair Nooklings Shop 2800 700 Orange White Science/Stylish Crazy Astro Clock Nooklings Shop 2980 745 Orange White Science/Stylish Crazy Astro Closet Nooklings Shop 3480 870 Orange White Science/Stylish Crazy Astro Drawers Nooklings Shop 3400 850 Orange White Science/Stylish Crazy Astro Lamp Nooklings Shop 2680 670 Orange White Science/Stylish Crazy Astro Shelf Nooklings Shop 2800 700 Orange White Science/Stylish Crazy Astro Sofa Nooklings Shop 3280 820 Orange White Science/Stylish Crazy Astro Table Nooklings Shoop 3000 750 Orange White Science/Stylish Crazy Astro TV Nooklings Shop 32000 800 Orange White Science/Stylish Crazy Aurora Screen DLC 4080 1020 ??? ??? ??? ??? Automatic Nooklings Shop 4800 1200 White White Science Safe Washer .

Ayres Rock Gulliver 1200 300 Brown Brown None Old Azalea Bonsai Garden Center 1500 375 Blue Pink Natural/Oriental Traditional Azalea Stool Grass Day 0 550 Pink Pink Fairytale/Natural Fancy Baby Bear Nooklings Shop 800 200 Orange Orange Fairytale/Hobby Fancy Baby Bed Nooklings Shop 2900 725 Colorful White Fairytale Fancy Baby Panda Nooklings Shop 480 120 Green White Fairytale/Hobby/Oriental Fancy Backpack Tent Camper 1980 495 Blue Brown N/A Sporty Backyard Pool Nooklings Shop 990 247 Aqua Aqua N/A Sporty Bagpipes Gulliver 1200 300 Brown Black N/A Traditional Balance Wii Fortune Cookie 0 210 White White Hobby/Stylish Sporty Board Ball Catcher Nooklings Shop 2040 510 Blue Brown N/A Sporty Ball Return Nooklings Shop 6200 1550 Colorful White Hobby Sporty Balloon Bed Balloon 0 800 Colorful Colorful Hobby Fancy Balloon Chair Balloon 0 620 Colorful Colorful Hobby Fancy Balloon Chest Balloon 0 670 Colorful Colorful Hobby Fancy Balloon Clock Balloon 0 620 Colorful Colorful Hobby Fancy Balloon Closet Balloon 0 745 Colorful Colorful Hobby Fancy Balloon Dresser Balloon 0 670 Colorful Colorful Hobby Fancy Balloon Dog Balloon 0 750 Colorful Colorful Hobby Fancy Lamp Balloon Lamp Balloon 0 640 Colorful Colorful Hobby Fancy Balloon Sofa Balloon 0 670 Colorful Colorful Hobby Fancy Balloon Table Balloon 0 720 Colorful Colorful Hobby Fancy Balloon TV Balloon 0 700 Colorful Colorful Hobby Fancy Balloon Vanity Balloon 0 700 Colorful Colorful Hobby Fancy Bamboo Grass Tanabata 0 770 Green Colorful Oriental Traditional Barbecue Nooklings Shop 1760 440 Red Red N/A Sporty Barber's Pole Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Colorful Colorful N/A Fancy Barcelos Rooster Gulliver 1200 300 Colorful Black Hobby Traditional Barrel Pascal 0 200 Brown Brown Hobby Old Basic Red Bed Nooklings Shop 800 200 Red Brown N/A Safe Basketball Hoop Nooklings Shop 2120 530 Gray White N/A Sporty Bass Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Brown Brown N/A Safe Bath Mat Nooklings Shop 600 150 Green Green Oriental Safe Bathtub Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Aqua Aqua Oriental Safe Beach Chair Island 1750 437 White White N/A Sporty Beach Table Island 1500 375 Blue White N/A Sporty Bear Pole Nooklings Shop 1400 350 Colorful Brown Natural Traditional Beetle Chair Nat 0 450 Brown Brown Hobby Fancy Bell Ornament Countdown 0 0 Yellow Yellow Oriental Traditional Berliner Countdown 0 0 White White Fairytale Traditional Big Ben Gulliver 1200 300 Beige Beige N/A Traditional Nooklings Shop Big Festive Tree 2480 620 Green Colorful Hobby/Natural Fancy (Holiday) Billiard Table Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Green Brown Hobby Rock Bingo Wheel Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Yellow Black Hobby Rock Bird Bath Nooklings Shop 1450 362 Green Green N/A Fancy Bird Feeder Nooklings Shop 1260 315 Brown White N/A Fancy Birdcage Nooklings Shop 1700 425 Brown Brown Fairytale/Natural Safe Birdhouse Nooklings Shop 1620 405 Brown Brown Natural Fancy Birthday Board Birthday 0 300 Colorful Colorful Fairytale Fancy Birthday Cake Birthday 0 100 Red White Fairytale Fancy Birthday Candle Birthday 0 300 Red Colorful Fairytale Fancy Birthday Table Birthday 0 300 Red White Fairytale Fancy Bishop Nooklings Shop 2800 700 Brown Brown Hobby Modern Biwa Lute Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Brown Brown Oriental Traditional Black Katana Nooklings Shop 12000 3000 Black Black Antique/Horror/Oriental Traditional .

Block Fortune Cookie 0 210 Brown Brown Hobby Fancy Nooklings Shop Blossom Lantern 2400 600 White Black Oriental Traditional (March) Blue Bed Nooklings 2100 525 Yellow Blue Natural Safe Blue Bench Nooklings Shop 1900 475 Blue Blue Natural Safe Blue Bookcase Nooklings Shop 1900 475 Blue Blue Natural Safe Blue Bureau Nooklings Shop 2160 540 Blue Blue Natural Safe Blue Cabinet Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Blue Blue Natural Safe Blue Chair Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Blue Blue Natural Safe Blue Clock Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Blue Blue Natural Safe Spotlight Blue Corner 6800 1700 Blue White N/A Sporty Item/Wishy Blue Dresser Nooklings Shop 2100 525 Blue White Natural Safe Blue Falcon Fortune Cookie 0 210 Blue Blue Hobby/Science Sporty Blue Golf Bag Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Blue Aqua N/A Sporty Blue Kotatsu Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Blue Brown Oriental Old Blue Lava Lamp Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Aqua Aqua Hobby/Science/Stylish Modern Blue Table Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Yellow Blue Natural Safe Blue Vase Nooklings Shop 2500 625 Aqua Aqua Antique/Oriental Old Blue Wall Shelf Nooklings Shop 2000 500 Blue Blue Natural Safe Blue Wardrobe Nooklings Shop 1920 480 Blue Blue Natural Safe Bobsleigh SnowDad 0 1200 Aqua Aqua N/A Sporty Bonfire Tent Camper 2240 560 Red Brown N/A Sporty Boomerang Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Aqua Brown N/A Traditional Bottled Ship Club Tortimer 3000 750 Brown Gray Hobby Traditional Bouquet Grass Day 0 450 Yellow Pink Natural Fancy Bow Nooklings Shop 1400 350 Yellow Black Antique/Horror/Oriental Traditional Bowling Pins Nooklings Shop 1200 300 White White Hobby Sporty Box Bed Re-Tail 0 250 Brown Brown Horror Crazy Box Chair Re-Tail 0 200 Brown Brown Horror Crazy Box Closet Re-Tail 0 230 Brown Brown Horror Crazy Box Corner Sofa Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Green Green Stylish Safe Box of Tissues Savings 0 320 White White N/A Safe Box Sofa Re-Tail 0 240 Brown Brown Horror Crazy Box Sofa Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Green Green Stylish Safe Box Table Re-Tail 0 240 Brown Brown Horror Crazy Boxed Figure Fireworks 0 300 Pink Pink Hobby Fancy Boxing Barricade Nooklings Shop 1050 262 Blue Blue N/A Sporty Boxing Mat Nooklings Shop 1180 295 Blue Blue N/A Sporty Bread Case Nooklings Shop 800 200 Brown Gray N/A Safe Breaker Nooklings Shop 800 200 White White Science Safe Brick Block Fortune Cookie 0 210 Brown Brown Hobby Fancy Broken Post Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Gray Gray Antique/Horror Old Bromeliaceae Garden Center 1300 325 Green White Natural Safe Bronze Fish Chip 0 1150 N/A N/A N/A Gorgeous Trophy Bronze Insect Nat 0 1150 N/A N/A N/A Gorgeous Trophy Brown Pot Nooklings Shop 800 200 Brown Brown N/A Safe Buche de Noel DLC 0 250 ??? ??? ??? ??? Bucket Nooklings Shop 600 150 Yellow Yellow Oriental Safe Bug Trophy Nat 0 2450 N/A N/A N?A Gorgeous Bug Zapper Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Blue Blue N/A Fancy Bunk Beds Nooklings Shop 2800 700 Brown White N/A Traditional Bureom Daeboreum 0 0 Red Brown Oriental Traditional Butterfly Machine Nooklings Shop 2680 670 Gray Black Science Sporty Butterfly Table Nat 0 450 Blue Blue Hobby Fancy Cabana Armchair Island 40M 500 Brown White Natural/Oriental Traditional .

Cabana Bed Island 40MN 500 Brown White Natural/Oriental Traditional Cabana Bookcase Island 40M 500 Brown Brown Natural/Oriental Traditional Cabana Chair Island 40M 500 Brown Brown Natural/Oriental Traditional Cabana Dresser Island 40M 500 Brown Brown Natural/Oriental Traditional Cabana Lamp Island 40M 500 Blue Brown Natural/Oriental Traditional Cabana Screen Island 40M 500 Brown Brown Natural/Oriental Traditional Cabana Table Island 40M 500 Brown Brown Natural/Oriental Traditional Cabana Vanity Island 40M 500 Brown Brown Natural/Oriental Traditional Cabana Wall Island 40M 500 Brown Brown Natural/Oriental Traditional Radio Cabana Wardrobe Island 40M 500 Brown Brown Natural/Oriental Traditional Cabin Armchair Nooklings Shop 2280 570 Colorful Brown Natural Traditional Cabin Bed Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Colorful Brown Natural Traditional Cabin Bookcase Nooklings Shop 2300 575 Colorful Brown Natural Traditional Cabin Chair Nooklings Shop 1700 425 Brown Brown Natural Traditional Cabin Clock Nooklings Shop 2000 500 Brown Brown Natural Traditional Cabin Couch Nooklings Shop 2480 620 Colorful Brown Natural Traditional Cabin Dresser Nooklings Shop 2160 540 Colorful Brown Natural Traditional Cabin Low Table Nooklings Shop 2100 525 Colorful Brown Natural Traditional Cabin Table Nooklings Shop 2100 525 Colorful Brown Natural Traditional Cabin Wall Clock Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Brown Brown Natural Traditional Cabin Wardrobe Nooklings Shop 2480 620 Brown Brown Natural Traditional Cacao Valentine's 0 420 Green White Natural Safe Cactus Garden Center 1700 425 Green Brown Natural Safe Cake Case Nooklings Shop 3200 800 Gray Black Fairytale Fancy Caladium Garden Center 1300 325 Green Brown Natural Safe Campfire Igloo Camper 1360 340 Red Brown N/A Sporty Campfire Tent Camper 800 200 Brown Black N/A Traditional Candle Nooklings Shop 1280 320 Yellow White Horror Safe Candy Machine Nooklings Shop 980 245 Red Colorful Hobby Fancy Cannon Fortune Cookie 0 210 Black Black Hobby Fancy Capsule-Toy Nooklings Shop 1480 370 Red Beige Hobby Fancy Machine Spotlight Captain's Chair 3680 920 Red Beige Hobby/Science Modern Item/Wishy Spotlight Captain's Monitor 2800 700 Red Colorful Hobby/Science Modern Item/Wishy Card Bed Gracie (Sales) 220000 55000 Red White Hobby Fancy Card Chair Gracie (Sales) 100000 25000 Red White Hobby Fancy Card Closet Gracie (Sales) 240000 60000 Red White Hobby Fancy Card Drawers Gracie (Sales) 120000 30000 Red White Hobby Fancy Card Lamp Gracie (Sales) 80000 20000 Red White Hobby Fancy Card Screen Gracie (Sales) 90000 22500 Red White Hobby Fancy Card Shelf Gracie (Sales) 68000 17000 Red White Hobby Fancy Card Sofa Gracie (Sales) 180000 45000 Red White Hobby Fancy Card Table Gracie (Sales) 200000 50000 Red White Hobby Fancy Card Tower Gracie (Sales) 80000 20000 Red White Hobby Fancy Card Wall Clock Gracie (Sales) 300000 75000 Red White Hobby Fancy Cardboard Box Nooklings Shop 100 25 Brown Brown N/A Crazy Nooklings Shop Carp Banner 2020 505 Colorful Colorful Oriental Traditional (May) Cash Register Nooklings Shop 6480 1620 Yellow Brown N/A Old CD Player Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Aqua Aqua N/A Old CD Rack Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Brown Colorful Stylish Rock Celestial Globe Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Blue Gray Science Formal Cello Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Brown Brown N/A Safe Cement Mixer Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Yellow yellow N/A Rock Chalkboard Nooklings Shop 1400 350 Gray Black Science Formal .

Checkout Counter Nooklings Shop 3480 870 Brown Brown N/A Old Chinese Lantern Gulliver 2400 600 Yellow Red Oriental Traditional Chinese Table Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Red Red Oriental Traditional Chocolate Cake Valentine's 0 150 Brown Brown Fairytale Fancy Chocolate Fondue Nooklings Shop 2200 550 Brown Brown Fairytale Gorgeous Chocolates Club Tortimer 20 250 Brown Brown N/A Fancy Chowder Igloo Camper 960 240 Beige Brown N/A Traditional Nooklings Shop Christmas Candle 4896 1224 Red Red Hobby Fancy (Holiday) Cicada Player Nat 0 450 Blue Brown Hobby Fancy Clackercart Nooklings Shop 1380 345 Colorful Brown Fairytale Fancy Classic Bed Nooklings Shop 2520 630 Brown White Natural Safe Classic Bookcase Nooklings Shop 2560 640 Brown Brown Natural Safe Classic Buffet Nooklings Shop 3360 840 Brown Brown Natural Safe Classic Chair Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Brown Brown Natural Safe Classic Clock Nooklings Shop 2180 545 Brown Brown Natural Safe Classic Desk Nooklings Shop 2200 550 Brown Brown Natural Safe Classic Sofa Nooklings Shop 2240 560 Yellow Yellow Natural Safe Classic Table Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Brown Brown Natural Safe Classic Vanity Nooklings Shop 2560 640 Brown Brown Natural Safe Classic Wall Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Brown Brown Natural Safe Shelf Classic Wardrobe Nooklings Shop 2560 640 Brown Brown Natural Safe Claw-Foot Tub Nooklings Shop 1280 320 White White Fairytale Fancy Clear Model Nooklings Shop 3360 840 Red Blue Horror/Science Crazy Clock Moon Spotlight 3000 750 Colorful Gray Hobby/Science Modern Meter Item/Wishy Clothes Closet Nooklings Shop 1340 335 Beige Beige N/A Fancy Clothesline Pole Nooklings Shop 960 240 Aqua White N/A Traditional Coat Hanger Nooklings Shop 1100 275 Brown Gray Stylish Safe Coconut Palm Garden Center 1200 300 Green Brown Natural Safe Coffee Cup Brewster 0 500 Brown White N/A Formal Coffee Maker Brewster 0 200 White White Stylish Safe Coffee Mill Brewster 0 400 Brown Gray Stylish Old Coin Fortune Cookie 0 210 Yellow Yellow Hobby Fancy Common Bed Nooklings Shop 800 200 Red Brown N/A Safe Common Chair Nooklings Shop 800 200 Green Green N/A Safe Communication Spotlight 3600 900 Aqua Gray Hobby/Science Modern Device Item/Wishy Company Nooklings Shop 5600 1400 Black Black Stylish Formal President Chair Company Nooklings Shop 5200 1300 Brown Brown Stylish Formal President Desk Compass Nooklings Shop 1280 320 Gray Gray Science Safe Complex Nooklings Shop 3840 960 Gray Black Horror/Science Crazy Machine Computer Nooklings Shop 1720 430 Brown White Science Safe Conga Drum Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Beige Brown N/A Safe Construction Nooklings Shop 2000 500 Aqua White N/A Crazy Toilet Cooking Stove Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Brown Gray Oriental Old Cool Globe Nature Day 0 0 Brown Brown Antique/Science Modern Copy Machine Nooklings Shop 3200 800 White White Science Modern Corinthian Post Nooklings Shop 3600 900 Gray Gray Antique/Horror Old Corkboard Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Orange Brown Science/Stylish Safe Corn Plant Garden Center 1300 325 Green White Natural Safe Cornucopia Harvest Festival 0 875 Colorful Brown Natural Traditional Cosmos Fan Grass Day 0 595 Green White Fairytale/Natural Fancy Couch Nooklings Shop 2480 620 Beige Brown Stylish Gorgeous .

Country Guitar Nooklings Shop 1700 425 Brown Brown N/A Safe Spotlight Covered Wagon 3800 950 Beige Brown Natural Old Item/Wishy Cow Skull Nooklings Shop 1020 255 White Gray Horror Old Crab Stew Nooklings Shop 1000 250 Brown Brown Oriental Traditional Cradle Nooklings Shop 3800 950 Pink Pink Fairytale Fancy Crane Game Nooklings Shop 1680 420 Pink Pink Hobby Fancy Cream Sofa Nooklings Shop 2000 500 White White N/A Safe Creepy Bat Stone Halloween 0 500 Gray Gray Horror Crazy Creepy Cauldron Halloween 0 900 Green Purple Horror/Science Crazy Creepy Clock Halloween 0 700 Brown Brown Horror Crazy Creepy Coffin Halloween 0 500 Brown Brown Horror Crazy Creepy Crystal Halloween 0 2000 Red Blue Horror/Science Crazy Creepy Skeleton Halloween 0 500 White White Horror/Science Crazy Creepy Statue Halloween 0 800 Gray Gray Horror Crazy Creepy Stone Halloween 0 500 Gray Gray Horror Crazy Spotlight Crew Chair 2800 700 Red Beige Hobby/Science Modern Item/Wishy Spotlight Crew Monitor 2400 600 Colorful Colorful Hobby/Science Modern Item/Wishy Croton Garden Center 1300 325 Green White Natural Safe Cubby Hole Nooklings Shop 2200 550 Brown Brown N/A Formal Cube Clock Nooklings Shop 1100 275 Yellow White Stylish Modern Cuckoo Clock Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Red Brown Natural Old Cucumber Horse Obon 0 100 Green Green Horror/Oriental Traditional Cupid Bench Nooklings Shop 2000 500 White White Fairytale Fancy Curling Stone SnowDad 0 400 Yellow Gray N/A Sporty Cushion Nooklings Shop 800 200 White White N/A Safe Dab Table Chip 0 600 Brown Brown Hobby Fancy Daffodil Garden Center 680 170 Brown White Natural Safe Daily Special TV Nooklings Shop 1000 250 Red Brown N/A Traditional Dala Horse Gulliver 1200 300 Red Colorful Hobby/Natural Traditional Dango Autumn Moon 0 888 Brown White Oriental Traditional Dart Board Nooklings Shop 1520 380 Black Black Hobby Sporty Deer Scare Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Green Green Natural/Oriental Traditional Deluxe Frame Museum Shop 10000 2500 Yellow Red Antique Formal Deluxe Range Nooklings Shop 3200 800 White Black Science Safe Dentistry Unit Nooklings Shop 3200 800 Green White Horror/Science Rock Desert Cactus Nooklings Shop 890 222 Green Green Natural Old Desk Light Nooklings Shop 1280 320 Black Black Science Safe Detour Arrow Nooklings Shop 600 150 Red White N/A Rock Dharma Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Red Red Oriental Fancy Dice Stereo Nooklings Shop 2150 537 White White Hobby/Stylish Fancy Digital Photo Katie 0 300 Black Black Stylish Modern Frame Director's Chair Nooklings Shop 1480 370 Brown White N/A Safe Dishwasher Nooklings Shop 1980 495 Gray Gray N/A Modern Display Partition Museum Shop 3000 750 Aqua White Stylish Formal Display Stand Museum Shop 1500 375 White White Stylish Formal Diver Dan Island 60M 750 Yellow Colorful Science Sporty DJ Booth Nooklings Shop 3600 900 Gray Black Stylish Rock Djimbe Drum Nooklings Shop 1900 475 Brown White N/A Safe Doghouse Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Red Brown N/A Traditional Doll Nooklings Shop 800 200 Brown Brown Hobby/Horror/Oriental Traditional Dollhouse Nooklings Shop 2000 500 Pink Brown Fairytale/Hobby Fancy Spotlight Dolly 6800 1700 Red Red Fairytale/Hobby Fancy Item/Wishy Dolphin Model Fortune Cookie 0 210 White White Hobby/Science Sporty .

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Magazine Rack S Nooklings Shop 1780 445 Colorful White Stylish Safe Mahjong Table Nooklings Shop 4200 1050 Green Brown Hobby/Orietnal Rock Make-Up Box Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Pink Colorful Fairytale Fancy Mama Bear Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Beige Beige Fairytale/Hobby Fancy Mama Panda Nooklings Shop 960 240 White Black Fairytale/Hobby/Oriental Fancy Manhole Nooklings Shop 1000 250 Gray Gray N/A Rock Mannekin Pis Gulliver 5200 1300 Gray Gray N/A Traditional Maple Bonsai Garden Center 1700 425 Red Brown Natural/Oriental Traditional Marshmallow Nooklings Shop 1200 300 White White Fairytale Fancy Chair Massage Chair Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Brown Brown Science Old Master Sword Fortune Cookie 0 210 Blue Gray Hobby/Horror Old Matryoshka Gulliver 3920 980 Colorful Colorful Fairytale/Hobby Traditional Medicine Chest Nooklings Shop 2280 570 Gray Gray Horror/Science Crazy Men's Toilet Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Aqua Aqua N/A Safe Merlion Gulliver 9200 2300 White White Oriental Traditional Mermaid Bed Island 40M 500 Aqua Pink Fairytale Fancy Mermaid Chair Island 40M 500 Aqua Pink Fairytale Fancy Mermaid Chest Island 40M 500 Aqua Pink Fairytale Fancy Mermaid Clock Island 40M 500 Aqua Pink Fairytale Fancy Mermaid Closet Island 40M 500 Aqua Pink Fairytale Fancy Mermaid Lamp Island 40M 500 Aqua Pink Fairytale Fancy Mermaid Screen Island 40M 500 Aqua Pink Fairytale Fancy Mermaid Shelf Island 40M 500 Aqua Pink Fairytale Fancy Mermaid Sofa Island 40M 500 Aqua Pink Fairytale Fancy Mermaid Statue Gulliver 7600 1900 Gray Gray N/A Traditional Mermaid Table Island 40M 500 Aqua Pink Fairytale Fancy Mermaid Vanity Island 40M 500 Aqua Pink Fairytale Fancy Merry-Go-Round Nooklings Shop 640 160 Colorful Colorful Fairytale/Hobby Fancy Metal Guitar Nooklings Shop 1900 475 Red Red Stylish Rock Metroid Fortune Cookie 0 210 Blue Gray Hobby/Horror/Science Crazy Metronome Nooklings Shop 1000 250 Red Red N/A Safe Microscope Nooklings Shop 1600 400 White White Science Safe Microwave Nooklings Shop 2300 575 White White Science Safe Military Leader Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Black Black Orientla Old Fan Milk Can Nooklings Shop 980 245 Gray Gray N/A Safe Milk Case Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Orange Colorful Oriental/Science Old Mini Flat Cactus Garden Center 800 200 Green Brown Natural Safe Mini Round Garden Center 800 200 Green Brown Natural Safe Cactus Mini Snow Hut SnowKid 0 150 White White Oriental Fancy Mini Socket Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Gray Gray Hobby Sporty Mini Tall Cactus Garden Center 800 200 Green Brown Natural Safe Mini Dharma Nooklings Shop 800 200 Red Red Oriental Fancy Mini-Lamp Nooklings Shop 1280 320 Beige Gray Science Safe Miniature Car Fireworks 0 2500 Red Red Hobby Sporty Mixer Nooklings Shop 1000 250 White Black N/A Traditional Moai Statue Gulliver 7600 1900 Gray Gray Horror Traditional Mobile Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Colorful Colorful Hobby Fancy Mochi Pestle Nooklings Shop 1400 350 Brown Brown Oriental Traditional Modern Bed Nooklings Shop 2320 580 Black Black Stylish Modern Modern Cabinet Nooklings Shop 2580 645 Black Black Stylish Modern Modern Chair Nooklings Shop 1500 375 White Black Stylish Modern Modern Desk Nooklings Shop 2480 620 White Black Stylish Modern Modern Dresser Nooklings Shop 2250 562 White Black Stylish Modern Modern End Nooklings Shop 1900 475 White Black Stylish Modern Table .

Flamingo Nooklings Shop 1530 382 Pink Pink N/A Fancy Mrs. Flamingo Nooklings Shop 1530 382 Pink Pink N/A Fancy Mugho Bonsai Garden Center 1800 450 Green Black Natural/Oriental Traditional Mummy's Casket Gulliver 4400 1100 Yellow Colorful Antique/Horror Old Museum Chair Museum Shop 3000 750 White White Stylish Formal Museum Model Museum Shop 1800 450 N/A N/A N/A Safe Mushroom Bed Mushroom 0 3000 Red Red Fairytale/Natural Fancy Mushroom Chair Mushroom 0 1900 Aqua White Fairytale/Natural Fancy Mushroom Closet Mushroom 0 2450 Brown Brown Fairytale/Natural Fancy Mushroom Mushroom 0 2450 Brown Brown Fairytale/Natural Fancy Dresser Mushroom End Mushroom 0 2200 Brown White Fairytale/Natural Fancy Table Mushroom Lamp Mushroom 0 2400 Aqua Aqua Fairytale/Natural Fancy Mushroom Rack Mushroom 0 2000 Red Brown Fairytale/Natural Fancy Mushroom Stool Mushroom 0 1800 Brown Brown Fairytale/Natural Fancy Mushroom Table Mushroom 0 2500 Red White Fairytale/Natural Fancy Mushroom TV Mushroom 0 2500 Red White Fairytale/Natural Fancy Mushroom Wall Mushroom 0 2400 Orange Brown Fairytale/Natural Fancy Lamp Music Stand Nooklings Shop 1280 320 Brown White N/A Safe Neon Sign Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Colorful Black Hobby Crazy Neutral Corner Nooklings Shop 5500 1375 White White N/A Sporty .Modern Lamp Nooklings Shop 1400 350 Black Black Stylish Modern Modern Sofa Nooklings Shop 2620 655 White Black Stylish Modern Modern Table Nooklings Shop 1800 450 White Black Stylish Modern Modern Wall Nooklings Shop 2000 500 White Black Stylish Modern Clock Modern Nooklings Shop 2560 640 White Black Stylish Modern Wardrobe Modern Wood Nooklings Shop 1680 420 Beige Brown Natural Fancy Bed Modern Wood Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Beige Brown Natural Fancy Bench Modern Wood Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Beige Brown Natural Fancy Chair Modern Wood Nooklings Shop 1400 350 Beige Brown Natural Fancy Clock Modern Wood Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Beige Brown Natural Fancy Closet Modern Wood Nooklings Shop 1480 370 Beige Brown Natural Fancy Drawers Modern Wood Nooklings Shop 1680 420 Beige Brown Natural Fancy Lamp Modern Wood Nooklings Shop 1840 460 Beige Brown Natural Fancy Shelf Modern Wood Nooklings Shop 1480 370 Beige Brown Natural Fancy Stool Modern Wood Nooklings Shop 1980 495 Beige Brown Natural Fancy Table Modern Wood Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Beige Brown Natural Fancy TV Spotlight Moon 32000 8000 Gray Gray Hobby/Science Crazy Item/Wishy Mop Nooklings Shop 900 225 Brown Gray N/A Formal Morning Glory Garden Center 1600 400 Blue Brown Natural Safe Moth Orchid Garden Center 2480 620 Green White Natural Gorgeous Mountain Bike Nooklings Shop 3380 845 Yellow Green N/A Sporty Mouth of Truth Gulliver 7600 1900 Gray Gray Horror Traditional Mr.

New Year's Eve Countdown 0 875 Red Black Oriental Traditional Noodles New Year's DLC 4040 1010 ??? ??? ??? ??? Sunrise Lamp Ninja Sword Nooklings Shop 9600 2400 Brown Brown Antique/Horror/Oriental Traditional Note PC Nooklings Shop 2000 500 White White Science/Stylish Modern Nutcracker Doll Gulliver 1200 300 Red White Fairytale/Hobby/Horror Traditional Octopus Chair Chip 0 600 Red Red Hobby Fancy Odd Clock Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Yellow Yellow Antique/Oriental Old Oden Hotpan DLC 0 711 ??? ??? ??? ??? Office Chair Nooklings Shop 1100 275 Gray Gray N/A Formal Office Desk Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Gray Gray N/A Formal Office PC Rack Nooklings Shoop 3600 900 White Black Science/Stylish Formal Oil Lamp Nooklings Shop 680 170 Red Aqua Science/Horror Formal Ogre Mask Nooklings Shop 1600 400 White White Antique/Horror/Oriental Traditional Orange Chair Nooklings Shop 1300 325 Orange Orange Natural Fancy Orange Cone Nooklings Shop 600 150 Red Red N/A Rock Ornament Bird New Year's Day 0 120 Orange White Oriental Traditional Ornament Boar New Year's Day 0 120 Blue Brow Oriental Traditional Ornament Dog New Year's Day 0 120 Orange Black Oriental Traditional Ornament Dragon New Year's Day 0 120 Green Purple Oriental Traditional Ornament Hare New Year's Day 0 120 Red White Oriental Traditional Ornament Horse New Year's Day 0 120 Green Red Oriental Traditional Ornament New Year's Day 0 120 Purple Brown Oriental Traditional Monkey Ornament Ox New Year's Day 0 120 Red Black Oriental Traditional Ornament Ram New Year's Day 0 120 Yellow Blue Oriental Traditional Ornament Rat New Year's Day 0 120 Purple White Oriental Traditional Ornament Serpent New Year's Day 0 120 Yellow White Oriental Traditional Ornament Tiger New Year's Day 0 120 Yellow Green Oriental Traditional Outdoor Bath Nooklings Shop 4900 1225 Gray Gray Oriental Traditional Owl Clock Nooklings Shop 1300 325 Brown Brown Fairytale Old Oval Clock Nooklings Shop 800 200 Yellow Green N/A Traditional Pachira Garden Center 1200 300 Green Brown Natural Safe Pagoda Gulliver 5120 1280 Red Gray Oriental Traditional Paint Set Nooklings Shop 680 170 Colorful Colorful Hobby Fancy Pansy Table Grass Day 0 600 Yellow Brown Fairytale/Natural Fancy Pantheon Post Nooklings Shop 3600 900 Gray Gray Antique/Horror Old Papa Bear Nooklings Shop 2200 550 Brown Brown Fairytale/Hobby Fancy Papa Panda Nooklings Shop 1920 480 Pink Purple Fairytale/Hobby/Oriental Fancy Paper Lantern Nooklings Shop 800 200 Beige Brown Horror/Oriental Old Paper Lantern Nooklings Shop 900 225 Red White Oriental Traditional Paper Mache Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Green Green N/A Fancy Grass Paper Mache Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Green Green N/A Fancy Hedge Paper Mache Hill Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Green Green N/A Fancy Paper Mache Tree Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Green Brown N/A Fancy Paper Tiger Nooklings Shop 680 170 Yellow Black Oriental Traditional Partition Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Gray Gray Stylish Safe Patchwork Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Colorful Colorful Fairytale Fancy Drawers Patchwork Lamp Nooklings Shop 1480 370 Colorful Colorful Fairytale Fancy Patchwork Sofa Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Colorful Colorful Fairytale Fancy Patchwork Sofa L Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Colorful Colorful Fairytale Fancy Patchwork Table Nooklings Shop 2000 500 Colorful Colorful Fairytale Fancy Paulownia Closet Nooklings Shoop 1300 325 Beige Beige Natural/Oriental Old Pavé Bed Festivale 0 12000 Blue White Stylish Fancy Pavé Bookshelf Festivale 0 12000 Blue White Stylish Fancy .

Pavé Bureau Festivale 0 12000 Blue White Stylish Fancy Pavé Chair Festivale 0 12000 Blue White Stylish Fancy Pavé Chest Festivale 0 12000 Blue White Stylish Fancy Pavé Clock Festivale 0 12000 Blue Brown Stylish Fancy Pavé Closet Festivale 0 12000 Blue White Stylish Fancy Pavé End Table Festivale 0 12000 Blue White Stylish Fancy Pavé Lamp Festivale 0 12000 Blue Brown Stylish Fancy Pavé Sofa Festivale 0 12000 Blue White Stylish Fancy Pavé Table Festivale 0 12000 Blue White Stylish Fancy Pawn Nooklings Shop 1100 275 Brown Brown Hobby Modern Peacock Chair Nooklings Shop 3600 900 Green Brown N/A Gorgeous Pear Dresser Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Green Beige Natural Fancy Pear Wardrobe Nooklings Shop 1400 350 Green Beige Natural Fancy Pendulum Clock Nooklings Shop 1600 400 N/A N/A Antique Safe Pepper Mill Nooklings Shop 800 200 Brown Brown N/A Safe Phone Box Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Red Red N/A Traditional Phonograph Nooklings Shop 1840 460 Yellow Brown Antique Old Piano Stool Nooklings Shop 1400 350 Purple Brown N/A Modern Pickle Jar Nooklings Shop 800 200 Colorful Colorful N/A Safe Picnic Basket Labor Day 0 0 ??? ??? ??? ??? Picnic Table Nooklings Shop 1390 347 Red Brown N/A Fancy Piggy Bank Savings 0 1120 Pink Beige Oriental Fancy Pikmin Fortune Cookie 0 210 Colorful Brown Hobby Fancy Pinball Machine Nooklings Shop 1960 490 Colorful Brown Hobby Rock Pine Bonsai Garden Center 1800 450 Green Blue Natural/Oriental Traditional Pine Chair Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Beige Beige Natural Fancy Pine Table Nooklings Shop 2280 570 Green Beige Natural Fancy Pineapple Bed Nooklings Shop 1990 497 Yellow Yellow Natural Fancy Pink Box Nooklings Shop 980 245 Pink Pink N/A Safe Pipe Bed Nooklings Shop 1640 410 Black Black Science/Stylish Safe Pipe Board Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Black Black Science/Stylish Safe Pipe Chair Nooklings Shop 1400 350 Black Black Science/Stylish Safe Pipe Chest Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Black Black Science/Stylish Safe Pipe Circle ChairNooklings Shop 100 250 Blue Gray Science Safe Pipe Clock Nooklings Shop 1580 395 Black Black Science/Stylish Safe Pipe Closet Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Black Black Science/Stylish Safe Pipe Lamp Nooklings Shop 1680 420 Black Black Science/Stylish Safe Pipe Low Table Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Black Black Science/Stylish Safe Pipe Mini-Table Nooklings Shop 1900 475 Black Black Science/Stylish Safe Pipe Organ Nooklings Shop 3600 900 Brown Brown N/A Traditional Pipe Player Nooklings Shop 1680 420 Black Black Science/Stylish Safe Pipe Sofa Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Black Black Science/Stylish Safe Pirate Flag Pascal 0 400 White Black Hobby/Horror Old Pirate Sword Pascal 0 600 White White Antique/Hobby/Horror Old Planetarium Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Black Black Science Modern Planter Garden Center 1200 300 Green White Natural Safe Spotlight Plate Armor 6400 1600 Gray Gray Antique/Horror Old Item/WishY Plum Bonsai Garden Center 1900 475 Pink Brown Natural/Oriental Traditional Spotlight Podium 1280 320 Brown Brown Science Formal Item/Wishy Poinsettia Garden Center 1200 300 Green Red Natural Modern Spotlight Polar Bear 1800 450 Aqua White Fairytale/Hobby Fancy Item/Wishy Polka-Dot Bed Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Red White Stylish Fancy Polka-Dot Chair Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Red White Stylish Fancy Polka-Dot Clock Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Red White Stylish Fancy Polka-Dot Closet Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Red White Stylish Fancy .

Polka-Dot
Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Red White Stylish Fancy
Dresser
Polka-Dot Lamp Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Red White Stylish Fancy
Polka-Dot Low
Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Red White Stylish Fancy
Table
Polka-Dot Sofa Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Red White Stylish Fancy
Polka-Dot Stool Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Red White Stylish Fancy
Polka-Dot Table Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Red White Stylish Fancy
Polka-Dot TV Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Red White Stylish Fancy
Ponderosa Bonsai Garden Center 1800 450 Green Red Natural/Oriental Traditional
Pop-up Book Nooklings Shop 1000 250 Green Red Hobby Fancy
Popcorn Machine Nooklings Shop 3200 800 Red Beige Hobby Fancy
Portable Stove Igloo Camper 1200 300 Yellow Black N/A Sporty
Portrait Display
Museum Shop 2500 625 Aqua White Stylish Formal
Case
Post Office Poster Savings 0 100 N/A N/A N/A Traditional
Poster Sign Museum Shop 2500 625 Orange Gray Stylish Formal
Potbelly Stove Nooklings Shop 2000 500 Gray Gray N/A Old
Pothos Garden Center 1300 325 Green Brown Natural Safe
Potty Nooklings Shop 1200 300 White White N/A Safe
Pot Rack Nooklings Shop 980 245 Colorful Brown N/A Safe
Potted Ivy Nooklings Shop 800 200 Green Green Natural Safe
Princess Bed Gracie (Summer) 80000 20000 Aqua Aqua Antique/Fairytale Fancy
Princess Cage Gracie (Summer) 90000 22500 White White Antique/Fairytale Fancy
Princess Chair Gracie (Summer) 120000 30000 Aqua White Antique/Fairytale Fancy
Princess Chest Gracie (Summer) 220000 55000 White White Antique/Fairytale Fancy
Princess Clock Gracie (Summer) 200000 50000 Aqua White Antique/Fairytale Fancy
Princess Closet Gracie (Summer) 180000 45000 White White Antique/Fairytale Fancy
Princess Curio Gracie (Summer) 300000 75000 White White Antique/Fairytale Fancy
Princess Dresser Gracie (Summer) 80000 20000 White White Antique/Fairytale Fancy
Princess Lamp Gracie (Summer) 68000 17000 Aqua Aqua Antique/Fairytale Fancy
Princess Sofa Gracie (Summer) 100000 25000 Aqua White Antique/Fairytale Fancy
Princess Table Gracie (Summer) 240000 60000 Aqua White Antique/Fairytale Fancy
Private Toilet Nooklings Shop 2000 500 White White N/A Crazy
Propane Stove Igloo Camper 1470 367 Gray Gray N/A Sporty
Puffer Fish TV Chip 0 600 Orange White Hobby Fancy
Pyramid Nooklings Shop 3800 950 Yellow Brown Antique/Horror Old
Spotlight
Queen 8000 2000 Brown Brown Hobby Modern
Item/Wishy
Quince Bonsai Garden Center 1600 400 Red Blue Natural/Oriental Traditional
Quiz Stand Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Red Red Hobby Fancy
Raccoon Figurine Nooklings Shop 2000 500 Brown White Oriental Fancy
Radiator Nooklings Shop 2380 595 White White Science Safe
Ranch Armchair Nooklings Shop 2000 500 Brown Brown Natural Safe
Ranch Bed Nooklings Shop 2300 575 Brown White Natural Safe
Ranch Bookcase Nooklings Shop 2000 500 Brown Brown Natural Safe
Ranch Chair Nooklings Shoop 1400 350 Brown Brown Natural Safe
Ranch Couch Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Brown Brown Natural Safe
Ranch Dresser Nooklings Shop 2720 680 Brown Brown Natural Safe
Ranch Hutch Nooklings Shop 2560 640 Brown Brown Natural Safe
Ranch Table Nooklings Shop 1700 425 Brown Brown Natural Safe
Ranch Tea Table Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Blue Brown Natural Safe
Ranch Wall Rack Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Brown Brown Natural Safe
Ranch Wardrobe Nooklings Shop 3050 762 Brown Brown Natural Safe
Range Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Brown White Science Old
Raven Pole Nooklings Shop 1400 350 Colorful Brown Natural Traditional
Reception Table Museum Shop 2000 500 White White N/A Formal
Red Armchair Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Red Red Stylish Safe

Red Boom Box Nooklings Shop 1500 375 Red Red N/A Old
Red Clock Nooklings Shop 960 240 Red White N/A Sporty
Red Corner Nooklings Shop 6800 1700 Red White N/A Sporty
Red Snapper SofaChip 0 600 Red Red Hobby Fancy
Red Sofa Nooklings Shop 2050 512 Red Red Stylish Safe
Red Vase Nooklings Shop 2450 612 Red White Antique/Oriental Old
Reel-to-Reel Nooklings Shop 2000 500 Colorful Black Science Old
Refrigerator Nooklings Shop 1200 300 White White Science Safe
Regal Armoire Nooklings Shop 3820 955 Yellow White Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous
Regal Bed Nooklings Shop 3120 780 Yellow White Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous
Regal Bookcase Nooklings Shop 3120 780 Yellow White Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous
Regal Chair Nooklings Shop 2100 525 Yellow White Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous
Regal Clock Nooklings Shop 3360 840 Yellow White Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous
Regal Dresser Nooklings Shop 3520 880 Yellow White Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous
Regal Lamp Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Yellow White Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous
Regal Sofa Nooklings Shop 3100 775 Yellow White Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous
Regal Table Nooklings Shop 2840 635 Yellow White Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous
Regal Vanity Nooklings Shop 3200 800 Yellow White Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous
Regal Wall Lamp Nooklings Shop 3600 900 Yellow White Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous
Resetti Model Groundhog Day 0 0 Colorful Brown Hobby Fancy
Retro Camera Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Brown Black Antique Old
Retro Fridge Nooklings Shop 2300 575 Green Green Antique Old
Retro Phone Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Brown Brown Antique Old
Spotlight
Retro Radio 1280 320 Brown Brown Antique Old
Item/Wishy
Retro Stereo Nooklings Shop 5500 1375 Black Black Antique Old
Retro Telescope Pascal 0 470 Yellow Brown Antique Old
Retro TV Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Brown Gray Antique Old
Reversible Disc Nooklings Shop 1200 300 White Black Hobby Traditional
Revolving Sushi Nooklings Shop 3600 900 Colorful Gray Oriental Modern
Rice Cake Girl's Day 0 300 Colorful Black Oriental Traditional
Rice Cooker Nooklings Shop 2000 500 White White N/A Modern
Right Platform Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Green Brown Science Formal
Righty Desk Nooklings Shop 1240 310 Blue Brown N/A Safe
Ringside Table Nooklings Shop 1320 330 Brown Brown N/A Sporty
Robo-Bed Nooklings Shop 2000 500 Blue White Hobby/Science Rock
Robo-Chair Nooklings Shop 1600 400 White White Hobby/Science Rock
Robo-Clock Nooklings Shop 1400 350 White White Hobby/Science Rock
Robo-Closet Nooklings Shop 2400 600 White White Hobby/Science Rock
Robo-Dresser Nooklings Shop 2560 640 White White Hobby/Science Rock
Robo-Lamp Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Green White Hobby/Science Rock
Robo-Sofa Nooklings Shop 2000 500 Blue White Hobby/Science Rock
Robo-Stereo Nooklings Shop 2200 550 White White Hobby/Science Rock
Robo-Table Nooklings Shop 2200 550 White White Hobby/Science Rock
Robo-TV Nooklings Shop 2360 590 White White Hobby/Science Rock
Robo-Wall Clock Nooklings Shop 2000 500 White White Hobby/Science Rock
Rock Guitar Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Green Green Stylish Rock
Rocket Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Red White Hobby/Science Crazy
Rocking Chair Nooklings Shop 1400 350 Brown Brown Natural Old
Rocking Horse Nooklings Shop 600 150 Brown Brown Fairytale/Hobby/Natural Fancy
Spotlight
Rococo Bed 3520 880 Brown Brown Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous
Item/Wishy
Rococo Candle
Nooklings Shop 3120 780 Orange Brown Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous
Stand
Spotlight
Rococo Chair 3100 775 Brown Brown Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous
Item/Wishy
Spotlight
Rococo Chest 2540 635 Brown Brown Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous
Item/Wishy

Spotlight
Rococo Clock 3360 840 Brown Brown Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous
Item/Wishy
Spotlight
Rococo Closet 2400 600 Brown Brown Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous
Item/Wishy
Spotlight
Rococo Lamp 3200 800 Beige Brown Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous
Item/Wishy
Spotlight
Rococo Shelf 3820 955 Brown Brown Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous
Item/Wishy
Spotlight
Rococo Sofa 2100 525 Brown Brown Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous
Item/Wishy
Spotlight
Rococo Table 3600 900 Brown Brown Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous
Item/Wishy
Spotlight
Rococo Vanity 3120 780 Brown Brown Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous
Item/Wishy
Roof Leak Bucket Nooklings Shop 800 200 Aqua Gray Horror Rock
Rook Nooklings Shop 2800 700 Brown Brown Hobby Modern
Rose Sofa Grass Day 0 600 Red Red Fairytale/Natural Fancy
Roulette Nooklings Shop 2000 500 Colorful Colorful Hobby Rock
Round Cactus Garden Center 1700 425 Green Brown Natural Safe
Spotlight
Round Radar 3000 750 Aqua Black Hobby/Science Modern
Item/Wishy
Route Sign Museum Shop 3500 875 Blue White Stylish Formal
Rubber Tree Garden Center 1300 325 Green Brown Natural Safe
Running Machine Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Gray Black Science Sporty
Saddle Fence Nooklings Shop 2180 545 Brown Brown Natural Old
Safe Savings 0 189 Black Black Science Safe
Sailboat Model Explorer's Day 0 0 White Brown Hobby Old
Salad Bar Nooklings Shop 3000 750 Brown Gray N/A Modern
Samgyetang Gulliver 1200 300 White White Oriental Traditional
Spotlight
Samurai Suit 4500 1125 Yellow Black Antique/Horror/Oriental Traditional
Item/Wishy
Sand Castle Club Tortimer 46M 575 Beige Beige N/A Fancy
Sandbag Nooklings Shop 3190 797 Red Gray N/A Sporty
Sanshin Island 40M 500 Brown Brown Oriental Traditional
Satellite Nooklings Shop 2600 650 Gray Gray Hobby/Science Fancy
Saw Horse Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Red White N/A Rock
Scale Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Gray Gray Science Formal
Scale Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Green White Science Safe
Scarecrow Nooklings Shop 420 105 Brown White Oriental Fancy
School Chari Nooklings Shop 800 200 Brown Gray Science Formal
School Desk Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Brown Gray Science Formal
School Speaker Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Brown Gray Science Traditional
Science Table Nooklings Shop 1900 475 White White Science Formal
Sconce Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Orange Brown Antique Traditional
Scoreboard Nooklings Shop 2200 550 Orange White N/A Sporty
Screen Nooklings Shop 1650 412 Yellow Green Oriental Old
Sea Anemone
Chip 0 600 Red Red Hobby Fancy
Bed
Sea Globe Club Tortimer 20M 250 Aqua White Natural Fancy
Seasoning
Nooklings Shop 800 200 Colorful Brown N/A Safe
Receptacle
Server Nooklings Shop 3400 850 White Black Science Modern
Sewing Machine Nooklings Shop 1350 337 Brown Gray N/A Old
Shamrock Clock Gulliver 1800 450 Green Green Natural Traditional
Shave-Ice Maker Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Aqua Gray N/A Old
Ship Cannon Pascal 0 455 Black Black Hobby Old
Ship Compass Pascal 0 400 Brown Gray Hobby Old
Shogi Board Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Brown Brown Hobby/Oriental Traditional
Shogi Piece Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Brown Black Hobby/Oriental Traditional

Shogun Chair Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Brown Black Hobby/Oriental Traditional Spotlight Shopping Cart 3980 995 Gray Gray N/A Safe Item/Wishy Shower Nooklings Shop 880 220 Gray Gray Science/Stylish Safe Shower Booth Nooklings Shop 2200 550 Aqua Aqua Science/Stylish Safe Silver Home Happy Room 0 450 N/A N/A N/A Safe Trophy Academy Silver Insect Nat 0 1800 N/A N/A N/A Gorgeous Trophy Silver Trophy Chip 0 1800 N/A N/A N/A Gorgeous Simple Bed Nooklings Shop 1000 250 White White Stylish Safe Simple Chair Nooklings Shop 2000 500 White White Stylish Safe Simple Clock Nooklings Shop 3500 875 White White Stylish Safe Simple Closet Nooklings Shop 3000 750 White White Stylish Safe Simple Drawers Nooklings Shop 2500 625 White White Stylish Safe Simple Lamp Nooklings Shop 1000 250 White White Stylish Safe Simple Mini- Nooklings Shop 2500 625 White White Stylish Safe Table Simple Ottoman Nooklings Shop 1500 375 White White Stylish Safe Simple Sofa Nooklings Shop 1500 375 White White Stylish Safe Simple Table Nooklings Shop 2000 500 White White Stylish Safe Simple Vanity Nooklings Shop 3000 750 White White Stylish Safe Sink Nooklings Shop 1200 300 White White N/A Safe Sink Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Gray Gray Science Crazy Sink Nooklings Shop 1960 490 Brown White Science Old Siphon Brewster 0 445 Brown White Stylish Old Sitar Gulliver 1200 300 Brown Brown Oriental Traditional Skeleton Nooklings Shop 3360 840 White White Horror/Science Crazy Skeleton Gulliver 1680 420 White Black Hobby/Horror Traditional Ornament Sketchbook Katie 0 240 Red Red N/A SAfe Ski Board SnowDad 0 500 Colorful Brown N/A Sporty Ski Slope Lift SnowDad 0 1200 Gray Gray N/A Sporty Slalom Gate SnowDad 0 600 Red Red N/A Sporty Slanting Drum Nooklings Shop 2800 700 White White Science Modern Washer Sleeping Bag Tent Camper 1960 490 Green Green N/A Sporty Sleigh SnowKid 0 300 Red Brown N/A Sporty Slide Puzzle Nooklings Shop 800 200 Blue White Hobby Fancy Sloppy Bed Re-Tail 0 130 Aqua Brown Horror/Science Crazy Sloppy Chair Re-Tail 0 100 Aqua Brown Horror/Science Crazy Sloppy Clock Re-Tail 0 120 Beige White Horror/Science Crazy Sloppy Closet Re-Tail 0 130 Aqua Brown Horror/Science Crazy Sloppy Drawers Re-Tail 0 125 Aqua Brown Horror/Science Crazy Sloppy Lamp Re-Tail 0 100 Aqua Brown Horror/Science Crazy Sloppy Player Re-Tail 0 135 Colorful Black Horror/Science Crazy Sloppy Sink Re-Tail 0 120 Brown Gray Horror/Science Crazy Sloppy Sofa Re-Tail 0 150 Aqua Brown Horror/Science Crazy Sloppy Table Re-Tail 0 135 Aqua Brown Horror/Science Crazy Sloppy TV Re-Tail 0 150 Red Brown Horror/Science Crazy Spotlight Small Gauge 2680 670 Colorful Gray Hobby/Science Modern Item/Wishy Smoking Machine Igloo Camper 3000 750 Black Black N/A Modern Snail Clock Nat 0 450 Brown Brown Hobby Fancy Snake Plant Garden Center 1200 300 Green Brown Natural Safe Snow Bunny SnowKid 0 150 Brown White Fairytale/Oriental Fancy Nooklings Shop Snow Globe 1200 300 Red White Fairytale Fancy (December) Snowboard SnowDad 0 350 Red Red N/A Sporty .

Snowman Snowman 0 3000 White White Fairytale Fancy Snowman Bed Snowman 0 8888 White White Fairytale Fancy Snowman Chair Snowman 0 8888 White White Fairytale Fancy Snowman Clock Snowman 0 8888 White White Fairytale Fancy Snowman Dresser Snowman 0 8888 White White Fairytale Fancy Snowman Fridge Snowman 0 8888 White White Fairytale Fancy Snowman Lamp Snowman 0 8888 White White Fairytale Fancy Snowman SnowKid 0 2000 White White Fairytale/Hobby Fancy Matryoshka Snowman Sofa Snowman 0 8888 White White Fairytale Fancy Snowman Table Snowman 0 8888 White White Fairytale Fancy Snowman TV Snowman 0 8888 Yellow White Fairytale Fancy Snowman Vanity Snowman 0 8888 White White Fairytale Fancy Snowman Snowman 0 8888 White White Fairytale Fancy Wardrobe Snowmobile SnowDad 0 900 Yellow Black N/A Sporty Soft Cream Lamp Nooklings Shop 1120 280 Brown White Fairytale Traditional Songpyeon Autumn Moon 0 0 Red Colorful Oriental Traditional Spa Chair Nooklings Shop 600 150 Aqua Aqua Oriental Safe Space Heater Nooklings Shop 1700 425 White White Science Safe Space Shuttle Nooklings Shop 1700 425 White White Hobby/Science Crazy Space Station Nooklings Shop 2800 700 Gray Gray Hobby/Science Crazy Spaceman Sam Nooklings Shop 2800 700 White White Hobby/Science Crazy Speedbag Nooklings Shoop 2990 747 Blue Gray N/A Sporty Sphinx Nooklings Shop 3200 800 Yellow Brown Antique/Horror Old Spider Clock Nat 0 500 Gray Black Hobby/Horror Fancy Spinning Wheel Nooklings Shop 2200 550 Brown Brown Natural/Horror Old Nooklings Shop Spooky Bed 4124 1031 Orange Orange Horror Crazy (October) Nooklings Shop Spooky Bookcase 4124 1031 Orange Orange Horror Crazy (October) Nooklings Shop Spooky Chair 4124 1031 Orange Orange Horror Crazy (October) Nooklings Shop Spooky Clock 4124 1031 Orange Orange Horror Crazy (October) Nooklings Shop Spooky Dresser 4124 1031 Orange Orange Horror Crazy (October) Nooklings Shop Spooky Lamp 4124 1031 Orange Orange Horror Crazy (October) Nooklings Shop Spooky Sofa 4124 1031 Orange Orange Horror Crazy (October) Nooklings Shop Spooky Table 4124 1031 Orange Orange Horror Crazy (October) Nooklings Shop Spooky Vanity 4124 1031 Orange Orange Horror Crazy (October) Spooky Wall Nooklings Shop 4124 1031 Orange Orange Horror Crazy Lamp (October) Nooklings Shop Spooky Wardrobe 4124 1031 Orange Orange Horror Crazy (October) Spotlight L Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Yellow Black Stylish Formal Spotlight S Nooklings Shop 1400 350 Yellow Black Stylish Formal Sprinkler Nooklings Shop 1640 410 Yellow Yellow N/A Sporty Squid Chair Chip 0 600 White White Hobby Fancy Stadiometer Nooklings Shop 1680 420 Brown Brown Science Formal Stag Beetle Chair Nat 0 450 Gray Gray Hobby Fancy Stained Glass Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Colorful Colorful Fairytale Fancy Stained Glass Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Colorful Colorful Antique Gorgeous Lamp Stair Dresser Nooklings Shop 2250 562 Brown Brown Natural/Oriental Old Stand Mic Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Gray Black N/A Rock .

Starman Fortune Cookie 0 210 Yellow Yellow Hobby Fancy Steam Roller Nooklings Shop 4500 1125 Yellow Black N/A Rock Steamed Bun DLC 0 711 ??? ??? ??? ??? Case Stepladder Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Gray Gray N/A Safe Stick Cleaner Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Blue White Science Modern Stool Nooklings Shop 1360 340 Red Red N/A Modern Storage Case Nookligns Shop 980 245 White Black N/A Safe Storefront Nooklings Shop 3680 920 Brown Brown Natural Old Stove Nooklings Shop 1980 495 Red White N/A Old Stripe Bed Nooklings Shop 2020 505 Aqua White Stylish Modern Stripe Chair Nooklings Shop 2020 505 Aqua White Stylish Modern Stripe Clock Nooklings Shop 2020 505 Aqua White Stylish Modern Stripe Closet Nooklings Shop 2020 505 Aqua White Stylish Modern Stripe Drawers Nooklings Shop 2020 505 Aqua White Stylish Modern Stripe Shelf Nooklings Shop 2020 505 Aqua White Stylish Modern Stripe Sink Nooklings Shop 2020 505 Aqua White Stylish Modern Stripe Sofa Nooklings Shop 2020 505 Aqua White Stylish Modern Stripe Table Nooklings Shop 2020 505 Aqua White Stylish Modern Stripe TV Nooklings Shop 2020 505 Aqua White Stylish Modern Striped Cone Nooklings Shop 800 200 Yellow Black N/A Rock Stroller Nooklings Shop 1960 490 Aqua White Fairytale Fancy Study Set Nooklings Shop 680 170 Colorful White Science Formal Nooklings Shop Stuffed Stocking 1200 300 Aqua Colorful Hobby Fancy (December) Stump Stool DLC 4480 1120 ??? ??? ??? ??? Sugar & Milk Brewster 0 250 Brown Gray Fairytale Traditional Sunflower Garden Center 980 245 Yellow Green Natural Safe Sunflower Player Grass Day 0 620 Yellow Orange Fairytale/Natural Fancy Super Mushroom Fortune Cookies 0 210 Red Orange Hobby Fancy Super Toilet Nooklings Shop 1980 495 Pink Pink N/A SAfe Surfboard Tent Camper 1400 350 Blue Aqua N/A Sporty Surveillance Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Gray Gray Science/Stylish Safe Camera Sushi Boat Nooklings Shop 1680 420 Colorful Brown Oriental Safe Sweets Bed Gracie (Autumn) 80000 20000 Beige White Fairytale Fancy Sweets Bookcase Gracie (Autumn) 90000 22500 Beige Beige Fairytale Fancy Sweets Chair Gracie (Autumn) 120000 30000 Beige Brown Fairytale Fancy Sweets Closet Gracie (Autumn) 68000 17000 Beige Brown Fairytale Fancy Sweets Dresser Gracie (Autumn) 220000 55000 Beige Brown Fairytale Fancy Sweets Lamp Gracie (Autumn) 98000 24500 Colorful Brown Fairytale Fancy Sweets Mini- Gracie (Autumn) 110000 27500 Colorful White Fairytale Fancy Lamp Sweets Mini- Gracie (Autumn) 80000 20000 Brown White Fairytale Fancy Table Sweets Player Gracie (Autumn) 100000 25000 Pink White Fairytale Fancy Sweets Sofa Gracie (Autumn) ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? Sweets Table Gracie (Autumn) 240000 60000 Beige Brown Fairytale Fancy Sword Nooklings Shop 1400 350 Yellow Black Antique/Hobby/Oriental Traditional Table Lamp Nooklings Shop 640 160 Aqua White Science Safe Table Soccer Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Colorful Brown Hobby Sporty Tabletop Game Nooklings Shop 2480 620 Brown Black Hobby Rock Tall Cactus Garden Center 1700 425 Green Brown Natural Safe Tall Lantern Nookligns Shop 1980 495 Gray Gray Horror/Oriental Traditional Tanuki Wall DLC 1600 400 ??? ??? ??? ??? Clock Tape Deck Nooklings Shop 700 175 Gray Gray N/A Old Tapestry Gulliver 800 200 Red Brown Antique Traditional Tatami Bed Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Green Brown Oriental Traditional .

Tea Kettle Nooklings Shop 800 200 Yellow Yellow N/A Safe Tea Set Nooklings Shop 300 75 Yellow Green N/A Traditional Tea Table Nooklings Shop 1000 250 Brown Brown Oriental Old Tea Tansu Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Brown Brown Natural/Oriental Old Teacher's Chair Nooklings Shop 1440 360 Gray Gray Science Formal Teacher's Desk Nooklings Shop 1580 395 Brown Gray Science Formal Telescope Nooklings Shop 5800 1450 Whtie Black Hobby/Science Sporty Ten Billion Barrel Fireworks 0 256 Colorful Black Hobby/Science Traditional Tennis Table Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Green Green Hobby Sporty Theremin Nooklings Shop 2000 500 Brown White Science Safe Spotlight Throne 800000 200000 Yellow Red Antique/Fairytale Old Item/Wishy Tiki Torch Nooklings Shop 870 217 Red Brown Natural Sporty Time Recorder Nooklings Shop 1800 450 White Black Science Modern Timpano Drum Nooklings Shop 2100 525 Beige Gray N/A Safe Toaster Nooklings Shop 720 180 White White N/A Safe Toilet Nooklings Shop 1800 450 White White N/A Safe Tokonoma Nooklings Shop 2300 575 Brown White Oriental Traditional Spotlight Tower of Pisa 9200 2300 Gray Gray Hobby Old Item/Wishy Toy Camera Katie 0 240 Pink Pink Hobby/Stylish Fancy Traffic Cone Nooklings Shop 800 200 Red Red N/A Rock Train Set Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Green Brown Hobby Fancy Trash Bin Nooklings Shop 400 100 Red Blue Horror Safe Trash Can Nooklings Shop 1400 350 Aqua Gray Horror Safe Treasure Chest Island 150M 1875 Yellow Green Hobby Old Tribal Mask Gulliver 4400 1100 Brown Brown Antique/Horror Traditional Tricycle Nooklings Shop 1120 280 Yellow Orange N/A Fancy Triforce Fortune Cookie 0 210 Yellow Yellow Hobby Old Triple Bananas Fortune Cookie 0 210 Yellow Yellow Hobby Fancy Triple Shells Fortune Cookie 0 210 Red Red Hobby Fancy Trunk Nooklings Shop 1000 250 Brown Brown N/A Old Trunk Measure Nooklings Shop 1680 420 Brown Brown Science Formal Tuk-Tuk Gulliver 1200 300 Blue Black Oriental Traditional Tulip Chair Nooklings Shop 1400 350 Green Red Fairytale/Natural Fancy Tulip Chest Grass Day 0 550 Yellow Yellow Fairytale/Natural Fancy Tulip Table Nooklings Shop 1900 475 Green Red Fairytale/Natural Fancy Tumbleweed Nooklings Shop 520 130 Brown Brown Natural Old Turkey DLC 0 0 ??? ??? ??? ??? Turntable Nooklings Shop 2580 645 Brown Brown Antique Old TV Camera Nooklings Shop 5600 1400 Gray Gray Science/Stylish Formal TV with a VCR Nooklings Shop 2000 500 Gray Black Science Old Typewriter Nooklings Shop 2400 600 White Black N/A Old Ukulele Club Tortimer 30M 375 Brown Brown N/A Safe Ultra Cop Fireworks 0 256 White White Hobby/Science Traditional Ultra Hand Fireworks 0 256 Blue Blue Hobby/Science Traditional Ultra Machine Fireworks 0 256 Red White Hobby/Science Traditional Unknown Crab Chip 0 600 Red Red Hobby Fancy Clock Unknown Spotlight 4800 1200 Gray Gray Horror/Science Crazy Machine Item/Wishy Upright Piano Nooklings Shop 3200 800 Red Black N/A Safe Vacuum Cleaner Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Red White Science Old Vaulting Horse Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Beige Brown N/A Sporty Veggie Basket Autumn Moon 0 0 Colorful Brown N/A Sporty Ventilating Fan Nooklings Shop 1120 280 White White Science Safe Vertical Writing Nooklings Shop 960 240 Brown White N/A Traditional Certificate .

. Other than get new wallpaper and flooring! . this is serious.. There isn't much we can do.Vibraphone Nooklings Shop 1900 475 Brown Black N/A Modern Violet Screen Grass Day 0 595 Purple Purple Fairytale/Natural Fancy Violin Nooklings Shop 2200 550 Brown Brown N/A SAfe Virtual Boy Fortune Cookie 0 210 Red Black Hobby/Science Rock Vision Tester Nooklings Shop 2280 570 White White Science Formal Volley Net Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Gray Black N/A Sporty Wagon Wheel Nooklings Shop 1230 307 Brown Brown Natural Old Wall Electric Fan Nooklings Shop 1680 420 Aqua White N/A Old Wall Electric Sign Nooklings Shop 3000 750 Yellow N/A Hobby Crazy Wall Flower Nooklings Shop 800 200 Yellow Red Natural Fancy Wall Leaves Nooklings Shop 800 200 Green Green Natural Safe Wall Life Ring Island 25M 312 Aqua White N/A Sporty Spotlight Wall Monitor 3800 950 Blue White Hobby/Science Modern Item/Wishy Wall Paper Nooklings Shop 800 200 Beige Beige Horror/Oriental Old Lantern Wall Shelf Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Colorful Brown N/A Safe Naughty-or-Nice Wall Sock 0 0 Red Red Hobby Fancy Day Wall Speaker Nooklings Shop 1600 400 White Black Science/Stylish Rock Washbasin Nooklings Shop 2880 720 Aqua Aqua Oriental Safe Washer/Dryer Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Green Green Science Safe Watch Fire Nooklings Shop 1000 250 Red Black Oriental Old Water Bird Nooklings Shop 1400 350 Colorful Colorful Hobby Fancy Water Server Nooklings Shop 2200 550 Aqua White Science/Stylish Safe Watering Trough Nooklings Shop 1100 275 Brown Brown Natural Old Watermelon Nooklings Shop 1300 325 Green Red Natural Fancy Chair Watermelon Nooklings Shop 1800 450 Green Red Natural Fancy Table Wave Breaker Island 35M 437 Gray Gray N/A Rock Wedding Cake Gracie (Sales) 60000 15000 Pink Pink Fairytale Fancy Weeping Fig Garden Center 1200 300 Green Brown Natural Safe Weight Bench Nooklings Shop 3590 897 Black Black N/A Sporty Well Nooklings Shop 2700 675 Brown Brown Horror/Natural Old Western Fence Nooklings Shop 880 220 Brown Brown Natural Old Wet Roadway Nooklings Shop 850 212 Yellow Black N/A Rock Sign Wheat Bundle Autumn Moon 0 0 Brown Brown Natural Traditional Wheat Field Nooklings Shop 380 95 Yellow Yellow Natural Safe White Katana Nooklings Shop 36800 9200 White White Antique/Horror/Oriental Traditional White Pot Nooklings Shop 1200 300 White White N/A Safe Whiteboard Nooklings Shop 1800 450 White Gray Science Formal Wide-Screen TV Nooklings Shop 2200 550 Brown Black Science Modern Wobbelina Nooklings Shop 700 175 Pink Pink Fairytale/Hobby Fancy Woman Noh Nooklings Shop 1600 400 White White Antique/Horror/Oriental Traditional Mask Wooden Box Nooklings Shop 200 50 Brown Brown N/A Safe Wooden Stool Nooklings Shop 1000 250 Brown Brown Natural Old World Map Katie 0 300 Aqua Aqua N/A Traditional Writing Chair Nooklings Shop 1000 250 Brown White Science Formal Writing Desk Nooklings Shop 1900 475 Brown Brown Science Formal Yoshi's Egg Fortune Cookie 0 210 Green White Hobby Fancy Yut Lunar New Year 0 0 Colorful White Hobby/Oriental Traditional Appendix B: Wallpaper & Flooring So I heard you don't like your walls? Or your carpets? Well...

The rest are mostly event-specific and/or one-time-only. I'm not going to gleam some sort of joke from that :) Wallpaper & Flooring Basics Wallpaper and flooring are basically one and the same with regards to how they're handled and used. I have organized everything alphabetically. it cannot be ordered. and its style. For more on the island (and its medals!). so Saharah is equipped with some of the rarest and most valuable wallpapers and floorings in the game.  N/A signifies that there is no entry for that category. The latter-most is vital for the HHA (see Appendix P: Happy Home Academy & House Expansions for more on that). no. to be honest). Wallpapers and floorings. but do remember that you do need those 3000 bells to get the wallpaper/flooring pair! Wallpaper List Here is the complete list of all wallpapers! Each and every wallpaper is enumerated along with its Source (where you can get it). Saharah-exclusive.  For more on Saharah. the stuff that goes on your walls is very easy to master--just place. Finally." Their purchasing price is listed as 0. you can expect to see her approximately once a week. Moreover. After all. Nevertheless. and. later covering the wallpaper/flooring- specific special visitor. Most can also be ordered from your catalog. The wallpaper and floorings you place in your house are automatically fitted to the size of the room. Appendix B does this by first going over the basics (which aren't all that numerous.  Some Nooklings Shop items have a time period in parentheses--though the exact days vary.  If the item costs 0. Saharah fills in most of the rest of the carpets/wallpapers. They're also given by villagers for completing certain tasks.  Multiple entries are denoted by forward slashes. store. and I recommend that you hold onto the carpeting and wallpaper as they are impossible to get anywhere else. Saharah. plaster it in your house. When she drops by. Period. look for the item at some point during that time frame. Anyway. its primary color. Happy wallpaper plastering!  Island items have an "M" by the price to denote that they will cost medals instead of bells. The 3000 bells is well worth the investment. what's a house without walls and nice carpet? And. Saharah Saharah is a recurring special visitor to your town. so. meaning that you need to know the first letter or two of your wallpaper before you can find it. whether it be a 4 x 4 room or an 8 x 8 room. it does cover important stuff with regards to dressing up your house. you can take it inside your house.  Re-Tail items come from other villagers placing this item for sale at random intervals.This section covers all of the carpets and wallpapers in Animal Crossing: New Leaf--from the Alpine Wallpaper to the Western Fence. Buying Resale Name Source Color #1 Interior Theme Style Price Price Alpine Wall Nooklings Shop 1320 330 Gray Natural Modern Ancient Wall Saharah 0 2300 N/A Antique/Horror Old Arched Window Nooklings Shop 2150 537 Brown Antique Traditional Astro Wall Nooklings Shop 2120 530 Orange Stylish/Science/Hobby Modern Atelier Wall Museum Shop 1600 400 N/A Hobby Modern Backgammon Saharah 0 1800 N/A Hobby Sporty Wall Backyard Fence Nooklings Shop 800 200 Aqua N/A Safe Balloon Wall Balloon 0 450 N/A Hobby Fancy Bamboo Wall Nooklings Shop 1150 287 Green Oriental/Natural Safe Basement Wall Saharah 0 1875 N/A Horror Crazy Bathhouse Wall Saharah 0 1500 N/A Oriental Old Blue Tarp Saharah 0 1400 N/A Horror Crazy Blue Wall Nooklings Shop 1260 315 Blue N/A Safe Blue-Trim Wall Nooklings Shop 1420 355 Blue N/A Safe Butterfly Wall Nat 1480 370 N/A Hobby Fancy . can be stored for later use. You may not order the wallpaper or flooring if you sell it. You'll recognize her as a camel toting around a bag full of carpets and wallpapers. Saharah wallpapers and floorings are listed the lists below with their Soruce as "Saharah. Anyway. once you find some wallpaper or flooring. like furniture. and finally the complete lists of both wallpaper and flooring. its resale price. check out the Saharah section in this Appendix. matching wallpaper and flooring pair. from your inventory. check out the Island appendix (Appendix O: Island). I have some specific notes about some of the weird things you might see in the following table below. she'll ask for a measly 3000 bell down payment to completely redecorate your main floor in a new. Finally. While this Appendix certainly as big as the others in this guide. its theme. its purchasing price. and continue. They're sold by your regular vendors: Nooklings and Re-Tail.

Cabana Wall Island 40M 500 N/A Oriental Safe Cabin Wall Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Brown Natural Traditional Card Wall Gracie (Sales) 1960 490 N/A Hobby Fancy Chainlink Fence Saharah 0 1600 N/A N/A Old Cheese Wall Nooklings Shop 1360 340 Yellow N/A Fancy Chic Wall Nooklings Shop 1960 490 Beige Antique Old Citrus Wall Nooklings Shop 1120 280 Colorful Natural Fancy Cityscape Wall Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Purple Stylish Safe Classic Wall Nooklings Shop 2100 525 Green Natural Traditional Classroom Wall Saharah 0 1500 N/A Science Traditional Common Wall Nooklings Shop 1240 310 Brown N/A Safe Creepy Halloween 0 500 N/A Horror Crazy Wallpaper Desert Vista Saharah 0 2250 N/A N/A Sporty Dirt-Clod Wall Nooklings Shop 800 200 Brown Horror Old Egg Wall Easter 0 8888 N/A Hobby Fancy Exhibit Wall Exhibit Room 0 100 N/A N/A Safe Exotic Wall Nooklings Shop 1420 355 Brown Oriental/Natural Traditional Exquisite Wall Nooklings Shop 1470 367 Brown Oriental/Antique Traditional Fish Wall Chip 0 410 N/A Hobby Fancy Floral Wall Nooklings Shop 2250 562 Green N/A Traditional Flower Wall Nooklings Shop 1480 370 Colorful Natural/Fairytale Fancy Forest Wall Mushroom 0 420 N/A Natural/Fairytale Fancy Garden Wall Saharah 0 1600 N/A Oriental/Natural/Horror Traitional Gold Screen Nooklings Shop 2180 545 Yellow Oriental Traditional Wall Golden Wall Cyrus ??? 15000 ??? Antique Old Gorgeous Wall Gracie (Winter) 124000 31000 N/A Stylish Gorgeous Gracie Gracie (Summer) 124000 31000 N/A Stylish Modern Wallpaper Green Wall Nooklings Shop 1050 262 Green Natural Safe Groovy Wall Nooklings Shop 1280 320 Orange Stylish Fancy Nooklings Shop Harvest Wall 3333 833 N/A Fairytale Fancy (November) Honeycomb Nooklings Shop 1680 420 Brown Stylish Traditional Tile Wall Ice Wall SnowMom 0 8888 N/A Fairytale Fancy Illusion Wall Nooklings Shop 1360 340 Gray Stylish/Hobby Rock Imperial Wall Nooklings Shop 2660 665 Colorful Oriental/Antique Formal Industrial Wall Nooklings Shop 1800 450 N/A Science/Horror Rock Ivy Wall Nooklings Shop 1250 312 Brown Natural/Horror Old Nooklings Shop Jingle Wall 4896 1224 N/A Hobby Fancy (December) Jungle Wall Museum Shop 1600 400 N/A Natural Sporty Kiddie Wall Nooklings Shop 1500 375 Colorful Hobby Fancy Kitchen Wall Nooklings Shop 1120 280 Orange N/A Old Kitschy Wall Nooklings Shop 1240 310 Colorful Stylish Fancy Lab Wall Nooklings Shop 1460 365 Science/Horror Rock Gray Labyrinth Wall Nooklings Shop 1480 370 White Stylish/Science/Hobby Fancy Lattice Wall Nooklings Shop 1780 445 Oriental Traditional Brown Library Wall Nooklings Shop 1680 420 Gray Horror Old Lovely Wall Nooklings Shop 1880 470 Pink Fairytale Fancy Lunar Horizon Saharah 0 1900 N/A Science Fancy Manor Wall Nooklings Shop 1050 262 White N/A Safe Maple Wall Saharah 0 1700 Red Natural Safe Meadow Vista Saharah 0 2000 N/A Natural Safe Mermaid Wall Island 40M 500 Aqua Fairytale Fancy Mod Wall Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Orange Stylish Old Modern Screen Nooklings Shop 1150 287 White Oriental/Natural/Stylish Modern .

Modern Wall Nooklings Shop 1450 362 Gray Stylish Formal Modern Wood Nooklings Shoop 1480 370 Brown Natural/Stylish Modern Wall Mortar Wall Saharah 0 1750 N/A Oriental Old Mosaic Wall Nooklings Shop 2100 525 Colorful Antique Traditional Museum Wall Museum Shop 2000 500 N/A N/A Traditional Mushroom Fortune Cookie 0 210 N/A Hobby Fancy Mural Music-Room Saharah 0 1600 N/A N/A Safe Wall Office Wall Saharah 0 1750 N/A Stylish Safe Old Brick Wall Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Brown Horror Old Ornate Wall Nooklings Shop 1580 395 Green Natural/Fairytale Traditional Palace Wall Nooklings Shop 2000 500 White Antique Gorgeous Parlor Wall Nooklings Shop 1120 280 Pink Natural/Fairytale Fancy Party Wall Nooklings Shop 1480 370 N/A Fairytale/Hobby Fancy Pastel-Dot Wall Nooklings Shop 1480 370 Colorful Stylish Fancy Pave Wall Festivale 0 1800 N/A Stylish Modern Isabelle/Nooklings Paw-Print Wall 1560 390 Beige N/A Fancy Shop Persian Wall Nooklings Shop 1480 370 Beige Antique Traditional Pipe Curtain Nooklings Shop 1540 385 Black Stylish/Science Modern Wall Plaster Wall Nooklings Shop 880 220 Green Oriental Traditional Playroom Wall Nooklings Shop 1320 330 Blue Hobby Fancy Plaza Wall Nooklings Shop 1960 490 White Antique Traditional Polka-Dot Wall Nooklings Shop 1840 460 Yellow Stylish Fancy Princess Wall Gracie (Spring) 124000 31000 Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous N/A Ranch Wall Nooklings Shop 1450 362 Pink Natural Traditional Regal Wall Nooklings Shop 2240 560 Green Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous Ringside Saharah 0 2250 N/A N/A Sporty Seating Robo-Wall Nooklings Shop 1780 445 Gray Science/Hobby Modern Rococo Wall Nooklings Shop 2240 560 White Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous Rose Wall Nooklings Shop 2240 560 Orange Natural/Fairytale Fancy Ruins Wall Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Gray Horror Crazy Sea View Pascal 0 1000 N/A N/A Sporty Shoji Screen Saharah 0 1875 N/A Oriental Traditional Simple Wall Nooklings Shop 1200 300 N/A Stylish Safe Ski Slope Wall SnowDad 0 390 N/A N/A Sporty Sky Wall Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Blue N/A Fancy Skyscraper Wall Saharah 0 2100 Aqua Stylish Sporty Sloppy Wall Re-Tail 0 200 N/A Horror Crazy Snowman Wall Snowman 0 8888 N/A Fairytale Fancy Spaceship Wall Saharah 0 1500 N/A Science/Hobby Modern Spooky Wall Nooklings (October) 4124 1031 N/A Horror Crazy Sporty Wall Saharah 0 1600 Aqua N/A Sporty Stately Wall Nooklings Shop 2450 612 Orange Antqiue Gorgeous Stratum Wall Museum Shop 1600 400 N/A N/A Sporty Stripe Wall Nooklings Shop 1480 370 Gray Stylish Sporty Summit Wall Saharah 0 2100 Aqua Natural Sporty Sweets Wall Gracie (Autumn) 124000 31000 N/A Fairytale Fancy Tea-Room Wall Nooklings Shop 1750 437 Brown Oriental/Horror Traditional Tree-Lined Saharah 0 1850 N/A Natural Safe Wall Tropical Vista Island 100M 1250 N/A N/A Sporty Underwater Museum Shop 1600 400 N/A N/A Sporty Wall Western Vista Saharah 0 1500 N/A N/A Sporty .

Wood Paneling Nooklings Shop 1320 330 Brown Natural Safe Carpets List Here is the complete list of all carpets! Each and every carpet is enumerated along with its Source (where you can get it). Finally. The latter-most is vital for the HHA (see Appendix P: Happy Home Academy & House Expansions for more on that). its primary color. check out the Island appendix (Appendix O: Island). and its style.  Some Nooklings Shop items have a time period in parentheses--though the exact days vary. I have organized everything alphabetically. look for the item at some point during that time frame. Buying Resale Color Name Source Interior Theme Style Price Price #1 Alpine Rug Nooklings Shop 1400 350 Colorful Natural Fancy Ancient Tile Saharah 0 2400 N/A Antique/Horror Old Astro Floor Nooklings Shop 2120 530 Orange Stylish/Science Safe Atelier Floor Museum Shop 1600 400 N/A Hobby Modern Backyard Lawn Nooklings Shop 880 220 Green Natural Safe Balloon Floor Balloon 0 450 N/A Hobby Fancy Bamboo Flooring Nooklings Shop 1360 340 Green Oriental/Natural Safe Basement Floor Saharah 0 2125 N/A Horror Crazy Bath Tile Saharah 0 1700 N/A Oriental Old Birch Flooring Nooklings Shop 800 200 White Natural/Stylish Traditional Block Floor Fortune Cookie 0 210 N/A Hobby Fancy Blue Flooring Nooklings Shop 1580 395 Blue N/A Safe Boxing Ring Mat Saharah 0 2500 N/A N/A Sporty Cabana Flooring Island 40M 500 N/A Oriental Safe Cabin Rug Nooklings Shop 1540 385 Red Natural Traditional Card Floor Gracie (Sales) 1960 490 N/A Hobby Fancy Ceramic Tile Nooklings Shop 1390 347 Stylish Modern Yellow Charcoal Tile Nooklings Shop 800 200 Gray N/A Old Checkered Tile Nooklings Shop 1680 420 Black Stylish/Hobby Fancy Cheese Floor Nooklings Shop 1360 340 Yellow N/A Modern Chessboard Rug Saharah 0 2075 N/A Hobby Sporty Citrus Carpet Nooklings Shop 1330 332 Orange Natural Fancy Classic Carpet Nooklings Shop 2300 575 Green Natural Traditional Classroom Floor Saharah 0 1500 N/A Science Traditional Closed Road Saharah 0 1625 N/A Horror Crazy Cloud Flooring Nooklings Shop 1480 370 White N/A Fancy Concrete Floor Saharah 0 1800 N/A Science/Horror Modern Cowhide Rug Nooklings Shop 1540 385 Brown N/A Rock Creepy Carpet Halloween 0 500 N/A Horror Crazy Daisy Meadow Saharah 0 1800 N/A Natural Safe Depths of the Earth Museum Shop 1600 400 N/A N/A Sporty Floor Diner Tile Nooklings Shop 1300 325 Green Stylish Modern Egg Floor Easter 0 8888 N/A Hobby Fancy Exhibit Floor Exhibit Room 0 100 N/A N/A Safe Exotic Rug Nooklings Shop 1820 455 Brown Oriental/Natural Traditional Exquisite Rug Nooklings Shop 1960 490 Colorful Oriental Formal Fancy Carpet Nooklings Shop 2980 745 Colorful Antique Gorgeous Fish Floor Chip 0 410 Aqua N/A Fancy Flower Rug Nooklings Shop 1480 370 Orange Natural/Fairytale Sporty . Moreover.  If the item costs 0.  N/A signifies that there is no entry for that category.  For more on Saharah.  Re-Tail items come from other villagers placing this item for sale at random intervals. its theme. For more on the island (and its medals!). I have some specific notes about some of the weird things you might see in the following table below. its resale price. Happy carpet laying!  Island items have an "M" by the price to denote that they will cost medals instead of bells. meaning that you need to know the first letter or two of your carpet before you can find it.  Multiple entries are denoted by forward slashes. its purchasing price. check out the Saharah section in this Appendix. it cannot be ordered. Period.

Forest Floor Mushroom 0 420 N/A Fairytale Fancy Golden Floor Cyrus 0 15000 N/A Antique Old Gorgeous Floor Gracie (Winter) 124000 31000 N/A Stylish Gorgeous Gracie Carpet Gracie (Summer) 124000 31000 N/A Stylish Modern Green Rug Nooklings Shop 1540 385 Green Natural Safe Nooklings Shop Harvest Rug 3333 833 N/A Fairytale Fancy (November) Hopscotch Floor Nooklings Shop 960 240 Gray N/A Sporty Ice Floor SnowMom 0 8888 N/A Fairytale Fancy Illusion Floor Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Gray Stylish/Hobby Crazy Imperial Tile Nooklings Shop 2980 745 Gray Oriental/Antique Formal Nooklings Shop Jingle Carpet 4896 1224 N/A Hobby Fancy (December) Jungle Floor Museum Shop 1600 400 N/A N/A Sporty Kiddie Carpet Nooklings Shop 1630 407 Colorful Hobby Fancy Kitchen Flooring Nooklings Shop 1230 307 Orange N/A Modern Kitchen Tile Nooklings Shop 1890 472 Beige N/A Safe Kitschy Tile Nooklings Shop 1280 320 Orange Stylish Fancy Lab Floor Nooklings Shop 1280 320 Gray Science/Horror Rock Labyrinth Floor Nooklings Shop 1480 370 White Stylish/Science/Hobby Fancy Ladybug Carpet Nat 0 410 N/A Hobby Fancy Lovely Carpet Nooklings Shop 1980 495 Pink Fairytale Fancy Lunar Surface Saharah 0 2000 N/A Science Fancy Maple Floor Saharah 0 1700 Red Natural Fancy Mermaid Floor Island 40M 500 Aqua Fairytale Fancy Modern Tile Nooklings Shop 1540 385 Gray Stylish Formal Modern Wood Nooklings Shop 1480 370 Brown Natural Gorgeous Floor Mosaic Tile Nooklings Shop 2300 575 Brown Antique Traditional Mossy Carpet Saharah 0 2000 N/A Oriental Traditional Museum Floor Museum Shop 2000 500 N/A N/A Traditional Music-Room Floor Saharah 0 1800 N/A N/A Safe Office Flooring Saharah 0 1700 N/A N/A Safe Old Board Floor Nooklings Shop 880 220 Brown Oriental/Natural/Horror Old Old Flooring Nooklings Shop 800 200 Brown Natural/Horror Old Opulent Rug Nooklings Shop 1230 307 Brown Oriental/Horror Old Ornate Rug Nooklings Shop 2100 525 Orange Natural/Fairytale Safe Palace Tile Nooklings Shop 3200 800 Blue Antique/Fairytale Traditional Parquet Floor Nooklings Shop 2350 587 Brown Natural Traditional Pastel-Dot Rug Nooklings Shop 1300 325 Colorful Stylish Fancy Pave Floor Festivale 0 1800 N/A Stylish Modern Persian Rug Nooklings Shop 1280 320 Colorful Antique Traditional Pipe Shaggy Rug Nooklings Shop 1540 385 Black Stylish/Science Modern Plank Flooring Nooklings Shop 1280 320 Brown Natural Safe Planked Tatami Nooklings Shop 1340 335 Beige Oriental Traditional Playroom Rug Nooklings Shop 1360 340 Colorful Hobby Fancy Plaza Tile Nooklings Shop 2180 545 Brown N/A Gorgeous Plush Carpet Nooklings Shop 2160 540 Red Antique Safe Polka-Dot Carpet Nooklings Shop 1600 400 Yellow Stylish Fancy Princess Carpet Gracie (Spring) 124000 31000 N/A Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous Ranch Flooring Nooklings Shop 1750 437 Green Natural Traditional Red Tile Nooklings Shop 1680 420 Brown Stylish Traditional Regal Carpet Nooklings Shop 2850 712 Blue Antique/Fairytale Gorgeous Robo-Floor Nooklings Shop 2400 600 Gray Science/Hobby Modern Rococo Floor Nooklings Shop 2200 550 Beige Antique/Fairytale Traditional Round Carpet Nooklings Shop 1080 270 Biege N/A Safe Ruins Floor Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Gray Horror Crazy Saharah's Desert Saharah 0 1800 N/A N/A Sporty .

there are silver and golden Fishing Rods that give you more time to react when reeling in your fish. your bobber will land right in front of the fish. Other fish are slow to leave. If they've nibbled four times. press A to throw your bobber out there. wait for a fish to notice your bobber. Anyway. but you have to remember that the bobber will always fly the same distance from your line to the water and that the fish can be as blind as it wants. While fish are more high-maintenance to catch than bugs (see Appendix E: Bugs). other fish will notice bobbers that are practically behind it. it's rather straightforward. I basically cannot catch some of the rarer fish without audio. The Nooklings will sell it at their shop from time-to-time for 500 bells. If you're having trouble. and press A again once the fish bites. Some fish will only notice bobbers literally right in front of it. Otherwise. Fish show up as dark shadows in the water. Finally. No. they can be more rewarding. fishing is rather straightforward. let's talk about the Fishing Rod itself. You need to just keep trying until you catch the attention of the fish. so it's a good idea to either have headphones set up or have the volume up significantly.  Fish only bite five times! Fish in Animal Crossing: New Leaf will only bite five times. so you need to line yourself up so that. but the more common fish are often only a few-hundred bells. not the fishing angling--the geometric angling. when you cast your line. you know they're coming the fifth time!  Don't let nerves get to you! The best way to circumvent this is to just imagine that every fish is a Sea Bass--or that you probably don't even need the money after reading theMaking Money section :) Fish List . Fishing: How-To Firstly. Yep.Sand Garden Saharah 0 1750 N/A Oriental/Horror Traditional Sandlot Saharah 0 1700 N/A N/A Crazy Seabed Floor Museum Shop 1600 400 N/A N/A Sporty Shanty Mat Nooklings Shop 720 180 Brown Oriental/Natural/Horror Crazy Ship Deck Pascal 0 1000 Brown Horror Sporty Sidewalk Saharah 0 1950 N/A N/A Rock Simple Floor Nooklings Shop 1200 300 Beige Stylish Fancy Ski Slope Floor SnowDad 0 390 N/A N/A Sporty Slate Flooring Nooklings Shop 1380 345 Gray Oriental Safe Sloppy Floor Re-Tail 0 150 Blue Horror Crazy Snowman Carpet Snowman 0 8888 N/A Fairytale Fancy Spaceship Floor Saharah 0 1500 N/A Science/Hobby Modern Nooklings Shop Spooky Carpet 4124 1031 N/A Horror Crazy (October) Sporty Floor Saharah 0 1600 Beige N/A Sporty Steel Flooring Nooklings Shop 1480 370 Gray Stylish/Science/Horror Rock Stone Tile Nooklings Shop 2750 687 Gray Antique Old Stripe Floor Nooklings Shop 1480 370 Gray Stylish Modern Sweets Floor Gracie (Autumn) 124000 31000 N/A Fairytale Fancy Tartan Rug Nooklings Shop 1820 455 Brown Stylish Safe Tatami Saharah 0 2125 N/A Oriental Traditional Tropical Floor Island 100M 1250 N/A N/A Sporty Western Desert Saharah 0 1700 N/A N/A Sporty Wildflower Floor Nooklings Shop 1480 370 Colorful Natural Safe Appendix C: Clothing Coming Soon! Appendix D: Fish Fishing yields one of your best sources of income: fish! Many fish are worth more than 10000 bells individually. You can also obtain the Fishing Rod from Isabelle at the beginning of the game. use the following advice to have a better time catching the fish:  Turn on audio! You can actually hear the audio before the bobber goes under. This involves a lot of guess-and-check. More will likely be added later--let me know if you would like any information specifically added to this section via Contributing. and they usually are worth next-to-nothing. that easy! The main problems you'll have with regards to fishing are (a) angling and (b) reaction time. This section covers everything from a Fishing: How-To to The Fishing Calendar. Some fish--especially the rarer ones--will require very quick reaction time. you approach the body of water in which you want to fish. so what about fishing itself? Well. So let's address the first concern: angling.

the following table is easy to interpret. and the Re-Tail value listed is devoid of any ordinance tampering. among the few weirder ones. Anyway.This is the list of all fish obtainable in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. for example. check outThe Fishing Calendar. "Rivers/Ocean" denotes the mouth of the river. One horizontal row in the following table is equal to a vertical column in your Encyclopedia. Re-Tail Re-Tail Re-Tail Name Location Name Location Name Location Value Value Value Bitterling Rivers 900 Pale Chub Rivers 200 Crucian Carp Rivers 480 Dace Rivers 200 Barbel Steed Rivers 200 Carp Rivers 300 Popeyed Koi Rivers 4000 Goldfish Rivers 1300 Rivers 1300 Goldfish Holding Holding Soft-Shelled Killifish 300 Crawfish 200 Rivers 3750 Pond Pond Turtle Holding Holding Freshwater Tadpole 100 Frog 120 Rivers 300 Ponds Ponds Goby Loach Rivers 300 Catfish Lakes 800 Eel Rivers 2000 Giant Lakes 5500 Bluegill Rivers 120 Yellow Perch Rivers 240 Snakehead Black Bass Rivers 300 Pike Rivers 1800 Pond Smelt Rivers 300 Cherry Sweetfish Rivers 900 Rivers 1000 Char Waterfalls 3800 Salmon Rainbow Trout Rivers 800 Stringfish Rivers 15000 Salmon Ocean/River 700 King Salmon Ocean/River 1800 Mitten Crab Rivers 1000 Guppy Rivers 1300 Nibble Fish Rivers 1500 Angelfish Rivers 4000 Neon Tetra Rivers 500 Piranha Rivers 2500 Arowana Rivers 10000 Dorado Rivers 15000 Gar Lakes 6000 Arapaima Rivers 10000 Saddled Bichir Rivers 4000 Sea Butterfly Ocean 1000 Sea Horse Ocean 1100 Clownfish Ocean 650 Surgeonfish Ocean 1000 Butterflyfish Ocean 1000 Napoleonfish Ocean 10000 Zebra Ocean 400 Blowfish Ocean 125 Puffer Fish Ocean 240 Turkeyfish Horse Barred Ocean 150 Ocean 5000 Sea Bass Ocean 200 Mackerel Knifejaw Red Snapper Ocean 3000 Dab Ocean 400 Olive Flounder Ocean 800 Squid Ocean 400 Moray Eel Ocean 2000 Ribbon Eel Ocean 600 Football Fish Ocean 2500 Tuna Ocean 7000 Blue Marlin Ocean 10000 Giant Trevally Ocean 4500 Ray Ocean 3000 Ocean Sunfish Ocean 4000 Hammerhead Ocean 8000 Shark Ocean 15000 Saw Shark Ocean 12000 Shark Ocean Whale Shark Ocean 13000 Oarfish Ocean 9000 Coelacanth 15000 (Raining) Alphabetical Re-Tail Re-Tail Re-Tail Name Location Name Location Name Location Value Value Value Angelfish Rivers 4000 Arapaima Rivers 10000 Arowana Rivers 10000 Barred Barbel Steed Rivers 200 Ocean 5000 Bitterling Rivers 900 Knifejaw Black Bass Rivers 300 Blowfish Ocean 125 Blue Marlin Ocean 10000 Bluegill Rivers 120 Butterflyfish Ocean 1000 Carp Rivers 300 Cherry Catfish Lakes 800 Char Waterfalls 3800 Rivers 1000 Salmon Ocean Holding Clownfish Ocean 650 Coelacanth 15000 Crawfish 200 (Raining) Pond Crucian Carp Rivers 480 Dab Ocean 400 Dace Rivers 200 Dorado Rivers 15000 Eel Rivers 2000 Football Fish Ocean 2500 Freshwater Holding Rivers 300 Frog 120 Gar Lakes 6000 Goby Ponds . To find out when these fish are catchable. the Re-Tail value is obviously slightly higher than the Nookling's value. The fish's location is generally easy to understand. Fish are organized by the order in which they appear in your Encyclopedia. the second row in the table is equal to the second column in your Encyclopedia. "Waterfall" denotes the area where the waterfall conjoins the river and the ocean. and "Holding Ponds" denote the small ponds completely separate of the river. Finally.

Dace. Dab. Dab. Oarfish. Ribbon Ribbon Eel (Island). Carp. Dab. Dace. Dab. Bitterling. Sea Sea Bass. Flounder. Crucian Carp. Coelacanth. Giant Giant Trevally Ocean 4500 Lakes 5500 Goldfish Rivers 1300 Snakehead Hammerhead Horse Guppy Rivers 1300 Ocean 8000 Ocean 150 Shark Mackerel Holding Killifish 300 King Salmon Ocean/River 1800 Koi Rivers 4000 Pond Loach Rivers 300 Mitten Crab Rivers 1000 Moray Eel Ocean 2000 Napoleonfish Ocean 10000 Neon Tetra Rivers 500 Nibble Fish Rivers 1500 Ocean Oarfish Ocean 9000 Olive Flounder Ocean 800 Ocean 4000 Sunfish Pale Chub Rivers 200 Pike Rivers 1800 Piranha Rivers 2500 Popeyed Pond Smelt Rivers 300 Rivers 1300 Puffer Fish Ocean 240 Goldfish Rainbow Rivers 800 Ray Ocean 3000 Ribbon Eel Ocean 600 Trout Red Snapper Ocean 3000 Saddled Bichir Rivers 4000 Salmon Ocean/River 700 Saw Shark Ocean 12000 Sea Bass Ocean 200 Sea Butterfly Ocean 1000 Soft-Shelled Shark Ocean 15000 Sea Horse Ocean 1100 Rivers 3750 Turtle Squid Ocean 400 Stringfish Rivers 15000 Surgeonfish Ocean 1000 Holding Sweetfish Rivers 900 Tadpole 100 Tuna Ocean 7000 Ponds Zebra Whale Shark Ocean 13000 Yellow Perch Rivers 240 Ocean 400 Turkeyfish The Fishing Calendar Want to know what fish are out? You're in the perfect spot to map out which fish are going to be out when! This calendar details what fish are out at what times during what months. Olive Pale Chub. Sea Bass. Snapper. Bitterling. Pond Smelt. Obviously. Most fish are listed more than once as they are available at multiple time and month combinations. Goldfish. Popeyed Goldfish. Oarfish. Blowfish. Crucian Bluegill. Football Carp. Fish. Coelacanth. Sea Bass. Squid. Giant Trevally (Island). Carp. Black Bass. Olive Koi. The 24-hour period of a day is then divided into four periods of not-so-equal length. Blowfish. Yellow Stringfish. Crucian Carp. Carp. Pond Smelt. Barbel Steed. Tuna. Goldfish. Whale Shark Perch. Each of these twelve months has their own section in the area below. Giant Trevally (Island). Giant Trevally (Island). Fish. Black Bass. Oarfish. Blowfish. Black Bass. Freshwater Goby. Koi. Black Bass. Sea Snapper. Coelacanth. Coelacanth. Blowfish. Black Bass. Dace. Sea Bass. Giant Trevally (Island). Fish work on a relatively predictable and easy-to-learn schedule. Whale Shark Perch. Giant Trevally (Island). Red Ribbon Eel (Island). Crucian Carp. Coelacanth. Horse Mackerel. Barbel Steed. Dab. Olive Flounder. Some fish are available at all times and all months. There is the morning (4am to 9am). Goldfish. Goldfish. Yellow Stringfish. Olive Koi. Blowfish. Dab. Giant Trevally (Island). Sea Butterfly. the calendar is split up into these periods. Football Carp. Hence. Red Eel (Island). Whale Shark Perch. Bitterling. In the fish world. Dace. All fish listed in a particular timeslot will be available at that time on that month. Horse Mackerel. Carp. Football Crucian Carp. Butterfly. Sea Snapper. Yellow Perch. Bitterling. Crucian Bluegill. and the night (9pm to 4am). Horse Mackerel. Pond Smelt. Barbel Steed. Dab. Black Bass. Happy fishing! January Morning Afternoon Evening Night Barbel Steed. Dace. Barbel Steed. Flounder. Football Crucian Carp. Freshwater Goby. Black Bass. Dace. Freshwater Goby. Fish. Coelacanth. Football Fish. Yellow Stringfish. Bitterling. Dace. Squid. Red Ribbon Eel (Island). Tuna. Carp. the calendar is run by (a) what month it is and (b) what time it is. Barbel Steed. Blowfish. Giant Trevally (Island). Butterfly. Carp. Red Snapper. Black Bass. Bitterling. the year is divided into twelve months. Tuna. Coelacanth. Bitterling. Coelacanth. Giant Trevally (Island). Goldfish. Blowfish. Squid. Tuna. the evening (4pm to 9pm). Butterfly. Freshwater Goby. Dab. Squid. Blowfish. Crucian Carp. Fish. Freshwater Goby. Bitterling. Horse Mackerel. the afternoon (9am to 4pm). Fish. Barbel Steed. Carp. Football Carp. Dace. Pond Smelt. Whale Shark (Island) (Island) (Island) (Island) February Morning Afternoon Evening Night Barbel Steed. Oarfish. Horse Mackerel. Freshwater Goby. . Flounder.

Butterflyfish. Guppy. Sea Bass. Goldfish. Guppy. Frog. Squid. Frog. Ribbon Eel (Island). Yellow Perch Tuna. Coelacanth. Coelacanth. Tadpole. Koi. Sea (Island). Sea Butterfly. Tadpole. Red Snapper. Bass. Barbel Steed. Black Bass. Killifish. Carp. Barbel Steed. Flounder. Koi. Loach. Sea Bass. Bluegill. Sea Sea Bass. Oarfish. Coelacanth. Snapper. Carp. Barred Knifejaw. Char. Coelacanth.Goldfish. Carp. Crucian Crucian Carp. Bass. Surgeonfish. Surgeonfish. Olive Flounder. Ribbon Ribbon Eel (Island). Seahorse. Pale Chub. Carp. Oarfish. Nibble Goldfish. Dace. Butterflyfish. Dab. Barred Barbel Steed. Red Goldfish. Seahorse. Butterflyfish. Seahorse. Squid. Olive Oarfish. Flounder. Dab. Killifish. Surgeonfish. Sea Bass. Salmon. Koi. Giant Goby. Olive Oarfish. Olive Flounder. Surgeonfish. Crucian Carp. Frog. Koi. Sea Bass. Surgeonfish. Dace. Dab. Freshwater Freshwater Goby. Black Bass. Crucian Carp. Oarfish. Olive Flounder. Red Snapper. Tuna. Oarfish. Pond Smelt. Giant Trevally (Island). Football Football Fish. Eel (Island). Clownfish. Coelacanth. Killifish. Tuna. Clownfish. Pond Smelt. Horse Mackerel. Dace. (Island). Seahorse. Surgeonfish. Sea Snapper. Dab. Oarfish. Bass. Freshwater Giant Trevally (Island). Butterflyfish. Sea Snapper. Killifish. Crucian Carp. Red Snapper. Ribbon Flounder. Red Snapper. Tadpole. Black Barred Knifejaw. Red Snapper. Surgeonfish. Black Bass. Giant (Island). Black Bass. Sea Eel (Island). Char. Horse Mackerel. Ribbon Eel Eel (Island). Ribbon Eel (Island). Whale Shark (Island). Ribbon Oarfish. Crawfish. Giant Trevally Giant Trevally (Island). Dace. Crucian Carp. Squid. Olive Flounder. Oarfish. Killifish. Loach. Goldfish. Oarfish. Black Bass. Bass. Dace. Dace. Yellow Perch (Island). Tadpole. Loach. Freshwater Fish. Koi. Tadpole. Flounder. Goldfish. Goby. Horse Mackerel. Oarfish. Horse Horse Mackerel. Coelacanth. Dace. Stringfish. Squid. Bass. Crawfish. Squid. (Island). Crawfish. Horse Mackerel. Crucian Carp. Sea Bass. Pale Chub. Tadpole. Coelacanth. Loach. Crucian Carp. Squid. Freshwater Goby. Ribbon Eel Ribbon Eel (Island). Whale Shark (Island). Fish. Clownfish. Giant Trevally Crucian Carp. Red (Island). Zebra Turkeyfish Zebra Turkeyfish Zebra Turkeyfish Zebra Turkeyfish May Morning Afternoon Evening Night Angelfish. Bluegill. Barbel Steed. Catfish. Carp. Clownfish. Knifejaw. Olive (Island). Whale Shark (Island). (Island). Surgeonfish. Yellow Butterfly. Squid. Olive Loach. Black Bass. Koi. Ribbon Eel Rainbow Trout. Seahorse. Popeyed Goldfish. Red Snapper. Barred Knifejaw. Olive Killifish. Butterflyfish. Sea Bass. Ribbon Eel Rainbow Trout. Whale Shark (Island) (Island) (Island) March Morning Afternoon Evening Night Barbel Steed. Whale Shark Stringfish. Oarfish. Tuna. Whale Shark (Island). Red Ribbon Eel (Island). Squid. Horse Goldfish. Popeyed Goldfish. Bass. Rainbow Trout. Cherry Knifejaw. Cherry Carp. Ribbon Eel Ribbon Eel (Island). Olive Flounder. Giant Trevally (Island). Seahorse. Loach. Koi. Clownfish. Squid. Coelacanth. Oarfish. Koi. Horse Mackerel. Red Snapper. Freshwater Goby. Ribbon (Island). Carp. Giant Trevally Trevally (Island). Squid. Olive Flounder. Horse Mackerel. Loach. Olive Flounder. Clownfish. Rainbow Trout. (Island). Char. Bluegill. Sea Sea Bass. Goldfish. Rainbow Trout. Dab. Squid. Dab. Sea Butterfly. Butterflyfish. Butterfly. Coelacanth. Goldfish. Whale Shark (Island). Barred Knifejaw. Giant Trevally Goldfish. Olive Flounder. Loach. (Island). Crucian Carp. Dace. Pale Chub. Tuna. Loach. Pond Smelt. Black Bass. Olive Flounder. Dace. Goldfish. Zebra Turkeyfish Zebra Turkeyfish Zebra Turkeyfish Zebra Turkeyfish . Squid. Freshwater Goby. Squid. Ribbon Eel (Island). Mackerel. Tadpole. Popeyed Flounder. Carp. Goldfish. Goldfish. Barred Carp. Cherry Knifejaw. Barred Knifejaw. Barred Barbel Steed. Trevally (Island). Flounder. Killifish. Barred Angelfish. Red Eel (Island). Koi. Yellow Perch (Island). Frog. Yellow Perch. Coelacanth. Horse Loach. Oarfish. Black Bass. Red Snapper. Red Snapper. Butterflyfish. Catfish. Barbel Steed. Knifejaw. Angelfish. Yellow Perch April Morning Afternoon Evening Night Barbel Steed. Crawfish. Whale Shark (Island)) Perch. Oarfish. Carp. Barred Barbel Steed. Black Bass. Yellow Stringfish. Carp. Cherry Salmon. Freshwater Goby. Salmon. Dab. Black Bass. Whale Shark Tuna. Horse Mackerel. Crawfish. Tadpole. Tadpole. Clownfish. Crawfish. Butterflyfish. Goby. Seahorse. Snapper. Knifejaw. Popeyed Goldfish. Mackerel. Squid. Bass. Pond Smelt. Barred Knifejaw. Char. Carp. Sea Snapper. Salmon. Horse Mackerel. Whale Shark Sea Bass. Dace. Crawfish. Tadpole. Olive Pale Chub. Cherry Catfish. Horse Mackerel. Seahorse. Goldfish. Coelacanth. Sea Bass. Yellow Perch. Freshwater Goby. Loach. Football Fish. Whale Shark (Island). Red Snapper. Dace. Oarfish. Whale Shark (Island). Coelacanth. Carp. Barbel Steed. Koi. Horse Mackerel. Tadpole. Barred Barbel Steed. Whale Shark Perch. Squid. Whale Shark (Island). Killifish. Squid. Tuna. Dab. Giant Trevally (Island). Giant Trevally Crucian Carp. Neon Tetra. Koi. Clownfish. Loach. Neon Tetra. Black Knifejaw. Goldfish. Tadpole. Crawfish. Cherry Salmon. Char. Whale Shark (Island). Red Rainbow Trout. Red Snapper. Dace. Crucian Carp. Goldfish. Mackerel. Horse Mackerel. Olive Koi. Tuna. Whale Shark (Island). Sea Bass. Barbel Steed. Flounder. Char. Salmon.

Clownfish. Whale Tadpole. Arowana. Whale Shark Shark (Island). Giant Trevally Trevally (Island). Coelacanth. Zebra (Island). Coelacanth. Surgeonfish. Blue Marlin. Barbel Steed. Black Bass. Eel. Arowana. Catfish. Killifish. Butterflyfish. Catfish. Arapaima. Sea Bass. Eel. Seahorse. Napoleonfish (Island). Gar. Dace. Moray Eel (Island). Barbel Steed. Horse Mackerel. Frog. Barbel Steed. Giant Trevally Trevally (Island). Flounder. Eel. Sea Sea Bass. Seahorse. Goby. Dace. Killifish. Black Bass. Killifish. Ray Fish. Char. Neon Tetra. Bluegill. Koi. Moray Eel Trevally (Island). Carp. Butterflyfish. Tadpole. Carp. Frog. Arowana. Olive Moray Eel (Island). Bass. June Morning Afternoon Evening Night Angelfish. Carp. Killifish. Butterflyfish. Trevally (Island). Frog. Dace. Crucian Carp. Bass. Giant Gar. Gar. Knifejaw. Black Marlin. Blue Marlin. Puffer Sunfish. Napoleonfish Hammerhead Shark. Ribbon Bichir. Carp. Nibble Fish. Tadpole. Mackerel. . Butterflyfish. Arowana. Coelacanth. Hammerhead Shark. Puffer Fish. Sunfish. Koi. Sweetfish. Frog. Giant Goby. Sunfish. Puffer Fish. Clownfish. Barred Knifejaw. Giant Crucian Carp. Catfish. Dace. Blue Marlin. Koi. Crawfish. Frog. Giant Gar. Butterflyfish. Arowana. (Island). Goldfish. Koi. Black Bass. Ribbon Eel (Island). Barbel Steed. Dace. Dorado. Puffer Fish. Napoleonfish (Island). Black Barred Knifejaw. Blue Angelfish. Sunfish. Horse Mackerel. (Island). Napoleonfish Hammerhead Shark. Barbel Steed. Knifejaw. Freshwater Snakehead. Dace. Mackerel. Coelacanth. Angelfish. Carp. Dace. Neon Tetra. Ocean Pale Chub. Crawfish. Goldfish. Puffer Olive Flounder. Mackerel. Knifejaw. Squid. Surgeonfish. Crucian Carp. Tadpole. Piranha. Coelacanth. Koi. Ray (Island). Bass. Ribbon Eel (Island). Goldfish. Giant Crucian Carp. Crucian Carp. Sea Bass. Ribbon Eel (Island). Trevally (Island). Hammerhead Shark. Sweetfish. Bass. Sea (Island). Olive Flounder. Flounder. Clownfish. Ocean Pale Chub. Mackerel. Freshwater Snakehead. Crawfish. Angelfish. Frog. Blue Catfish. Goby. Dace. Dorado. Eel. (Island). Seahorse. Popeyed Goldfish. Barred Barbel Steed. Moray Eel (Island). Whale Shark (Island). (Island). Horse (Island). Piranha. Blue Arowana. Goldfish. Snapper. Carp. Bass. Horse (Island). Gar. Marlin. Killifish. Surgeonfish. Crucian Carp. Butterflyfish. Crawfish. Surgeonfish. Crucian Carp. Arowana. Saddled Ribbon Eel (Island). Puffer Red Snapper. Dorado. Ribbon Eel Eel (Island). Red Snapper. Olive Napoleonfish (Island). Arapaima. Blue Marlin. Black Bass. Eel. Carp. Butterflyfish. Dorado. Black Bass. Coelacanth. (Island). Crucian Carp. Nibble Fish. Freshwater Dorado. Seahorse. Crucian Carp. Moray Eel (Island). Knifejaw. Surgeonfish. Giant Crawfish. Barbel Steed. Moray Eel Trevally (Island). Surgeonfish. Goldfish. Killifish. Butterflyfish. Goldfish. Zebra Shark (Island). Crawfish. Carp. Eel. Gar. Clownfish. Clownfish. Horse (Island). Horse Hammerhead Shark. Tadpole. Frog. Crawfish. Tadpole. Hammerhead Shark. Killifish. Giant Guppy. Red Snapper. Seahorse. Moray Eel (Island). Salmon. Crucian Carp. Arapaima. Whale Sweetfish. Tadpole. Coelacanth. Crawfish. Saw Shark. Dorado. Moray Eel (Island). Napoleonfish Hammerhead Shark. Saw Shark. Flounder. Squid. Eel. Bluegill. (Island). Carp. Arapaima. Killifish. Black Bass. Sea Bass. Frog. Horse Mackerel. Black Marlin. Angelfish. Dace. Red Snapper. Horse Mackerel. Horse Hammerhead Shark. Goby. Black Barred Knifejaw. Goldfish. Puffer Fish. Olive Napoleonfish (Island). Killifish. Gar. Dace. Tadpole. Koi. Bass. Coelacanth. Red Snapper. Goldfish. Dorado. Gar. Giant Crawfish. Eel. Blue Marlin. Ocean Fish. Ribbon Eel (Island). Neon Tetra. Ocean Sunfish. Char. Clownfish. Cherry Clownfish. Popeyed Goldfish. Arapaima. Zebra Turkeyfish Whale Shark (Island). Horse Mackerel. Barred Knifejaw. Horse Hammerhead Shark. Ocean Sunfish. Crawfish. Carp. Horse Mackerel. Clownfish. Salmon. Frog. Catfish. Barbel Steed. Coelacanth. Trevally (Island). Squid. Barred Barbel Steed. Zebra Turkeyfish Turkeyfish Turkeyfish Turkeyfish August Morning Afternoon Evening Night Angelfish. Barred Angelfish. Ray Rainbow Trout. Blue Marlin. Blue Arowana. Clownfish. Mackerel. Red Fish. Mackerel. Goldfish. Dorado. Arapaima. Barred Angelfish. Eel. Puffer Olive Flounder. Butterflyfish. Zebra Turkeyfish Zebra Turkeyfish Zebra Turkeyfish July Morning Afternoon Evening Night Angelfish. Freshwater Freshwater Goby. Black Bass. Frog. Goldfish. Marlin. Gar. Butterflyfish. Black Bass. Freshwater Snakehead. Barred Knifejaw. Sea Snapper. Killifish. Goby. Clownfish. Goldfish. Zebra Shark (Island). Coelacanth. Barred Knifejaw. Trevally (Island). Ribbon Eel (Island). Killifish. Dace. Squid. (Island). Carp. Blue Marlin. Frog. Butterflyfish. Crawfish. Giant Trevally Trevally (Island). Catfish. Red Snapper. Barbel Steed. Olive Moray Eel (Island). Piranha. Shark. Barbel Steed. Saddled Rainbow Trout. Freshwater Goby. Giant Crucian Carp. Freshwater Freshwater Goby. Barred Knifejaw. Seahorse. Dace. Barred Marlin. Seahorse. Coelacanth. Catfish. Clownfish. Bluegill. Catfish. Goby. Barbel Steed. Blue Knifejaw. Koi. Whale Sweetfish. Whale Shark Surgeonfish. Surgeonfish. Giant Guppy. Flounder. Shark. Coelacanth. Giant Guppy. Red Bichir. Carp. Clownfish. Sea (Island). Arowana. Cherry Catfish. Seahorse. Frog. Ocean Olive Flounder. Piranha. Koi. Goldfish. Butterflyfish. Killifish. Crucian Carp. Bass. Koi. Bass. Giant Crawfish. Fish. Dorado. Whale Shark (Island).

Nibble Fish. Horse Shark. Koi. Ocean Flounder. Coelacanth. Ocean Pale Chub. Pike. Angelfish. Koi. Whale Shark Perch. Catfish. Olive Mackerel. Sweetfish. Butterflyfish. Soft Seahorse. Blowfish. Carp. Goldfish. Football Fish. Dorado. Napoleonfish (Island). Koi. Puffer Fish. Dace. Hammerhead (Island). Flounder. Barbel Steed. Giant Trevally Giant Trevally (Island). Whale Shark Whale Shark (Island). Coelacanth. Black Bass. Ribbon Eel (Island). Carp. Carp. Ocean Sunfish. Olive Flounder. Barred Knifejaw. Goby. Catfish. Coelacanth. Ray Rainbow Trout. Sea Bass. Dace. Seahorse. Zebra Turkeyfish Whale Shark (Island). Sea Bass. Bass. Dab. Yellow Perch. Zebra Turkeyfish Zebra Turkeyfish (Island). Trevally (Island). Piranha. Dace. Olive (Island). Koi. Zebra Turkeyfish September Morning Afternoon Evening Night Angelfish. Red Snapper. Bluegill. Sunfish. Knifejaw. Dorado. Dace. Black Bass. Barred Barbel Steed. Arowana. Whale Shark Zebra Turkeyfish Whale Shark (Island). Coelacanth. Knifejaw. Soft Shelled Turtle. Whale Shark Surgeonfish. Moray Eel (Island). Neon Trevally (Island). Crucian Carp. Bass. Red Snapper. Goby. Dace. Ocean Sunfish. Crucian Carp. Coelacanth. Piranha. Seahorse. Crucian Carp. Zebra Turkeyfish (Island). Salmon. Giant Trevally Dab. Dace. Arapaima. Black Bass. King Salmon. Dace. Bass. Clownfish. Surgeonfish. Goldfish. Hammerhead Shark. Moray Goby. Crawfish. Barbel Steed. Snapper. Salmon. Puffer Fish. Ribbon Eel Bichir. Salmon. Puffer Olive Flounder. Pale Chub. Giant Freshwater Goby. Catfish. Knifejaw. Gar. Blowfish. Horse Mackerel. Black Bass.Moray Eel (Island). Popeyed Olive Flounder. Barred Knifejaw. Sunfish. Pike. Crucian Carp. Crucian Carp. Blue Barred Knifejaw. Rainbow Trout. Seahorse. Sea Bass. Mackerel. Barred Arowana. Whale Shark Sweetfish. Coelacanth. Flounder. Coelacanth. Black Barred Knifejaw. Goldfish. Yellow Whale Shark (Island). Saddled Rainbow Trout. Dab. Ribbon . Giant Trevally Trevally (Island). Rainbow Trout. Angelfish. Ribbon Eel (Island). Popeyed Goldfish. Crucian Carp. Seahorse. Olive Koi. Dorado. Blue Marlin. Barred Knifejaw. Shark. Koi. (Island). Dorado. Char. Dace. Ribbon Eel Snapper. Giant Trevally Coelacanth. Olive Moray Eel (Island). Crawfish. Bass. Carp. Puffer Sunfish. (Island). Red Bichir. Sweetfish. Surgeonfish. Clownfish. Pike. Red Snapper. Sea Bass. Ribbon Eel (Island). Dace. Black Knifejaw. Barbel Steed. Char. Black Bass. Ray (Island). Rainbow Pike. Bass. Horse Mackerel. Black Bass. Puffer Olive Flounder. Dab. Salmon. Seahorse. Neon Tetra. Sweetfish. Ray Red Snapper. Ray Rainbow Trout. Knifejaw. Pale Horse Mackerel. (Island). Freshwater Freshwater Goby. Gar. Horse Nibble Fish. Butterflyfish. (Island). Football Fish. Cherry Salmon. Cherry Clownfish. Sea Bass. Ocean Fish. Dab. Ribbon Eel (Island). Shark. Sweetfish. Coelacanth. Goldfish. Olive Flounder. Saw (Island). Koi. Red Snapper. Tetra. Dace. Freshwater (Island). Red Snapper. Catfish. Moray Mackerel. Barbel Steed. Surgeonfish. Crucian Carp. Red Snapper. Horse Mackerel. Coelacanth. Eel. Catfish. Surgeonfish. Goldfish. Horse Eel (Island). Olive Flounder. Whale Shark (Island). Ribbon Eel (Island). Ocean Popeyed Goldfish. Butterflyfish. Zebra Turkeyfish Zebra Turkeyfish November Morning Afternoon Evening Night Barbel Steed. Seahorse. Pike. Piranha. Puffer Fish. Bass. Pike. Seahorse. Popeyed Goldfish. Freshwater Freshwater Goby. Goldfish. Hammerhead Shark. Horse Horse Mackerel. (Island). Black Bass. Carp. Eel (Island). Sea Snapper. Arapaima. Coelacanth. Giant Horse Mackerel. Red Fish. Surgeonfish. Arapaima. Dace. Pale Chub. Olive Napoleonfish (Island). Carp. Piranha. Pike. Char. Saddled Ribbon Eel (Island). Mackerel. Black Angelfish. Eel. Dab. Ribbon Eel (Island). Giant Trevally King Salmon. Freshwater Goby. Barred Knifejaw. Guppy. Olive Flounder. Fish. Saw Shark. Dab. Whale Shark Sweetfish. Eel. Puffer Fish. Koi. Barbel Steed. Gar. (Island). Blowfish. Football Fish. Sea Bass. Shelled Turtle. Blue Marlin. Marlin. Crucian Carp. Barbel Steed. Angelfish. Carp. Goldfish. Sea Bass. Moray Eel (Island). Red Snapper. Barred Barred Knifejaw. Black Cherry Salmon. Red Trout. Freshwater Guppy. Flounder. Bluegill. Barred Barbel Steed. Guppy. Goldfish. Sea Bass. Ray Ribbon Eel (Island). Crucian Carp. Fish. Crawfish. Olive Flounder. Goldfish. Surgeonfish. Bass. Moray Eel (Island). Moray Eel (Island). Whale Shark Sweetfish. Zebra Turkeyfish (Island). Zebra Turkeyfish (Island). Arowana. Sea Seahorse. Pike. (Island). Seahorse. Olive Flounder. Snapper. Ribbon Eel (Island). Blowfish. Flounder. Black Bluegill. (Island). (Island). Yellow Bass. Sweetfish. Barred Barbel Steed. King Salmon. Giant Crucian Carp. Crucian Carp. Sea Bass. Ray (Island). Seahorse. Goldfish. Clownfish. Giant Freshwater Goby. Goldfish. Puffer Sunfish. Carp. Sea (Island). Barbel Steed. Barbel Steed. Horse Mackerel. Chub. Dorado. Butterflyfish. Trevally (Island). Seahorse. Yellow Perch. Giant Goby. Dab. Dace. Carp. Zebra Turkeyfish (Island). Perch. King Salmon. Carp. Crawfish. Neon Tetra. Carp. Red (Island). Carp. Salmon. Catfish. Coelacanth. Ribbon Eel (Island). Moray Eel Moray Eel (Island). Trevally (Island). (Island). Crucian Carp. Surgeonfish. Shark. Koi. Blue Marlin. Giant Trevally Horse Mackerel. Goldfish. Moray Eel Olive Flounder. Zebra Turkeyfish October Morning Afternoon Evening Night Angelfish.

Bitterling. . Tuna. Black Bass. Crucian Bluegill. Usually. Snapper. Coelacanth. Dab. so you need to improvise on-the-fly. Whale Shark Shark (Island) (Island) (Island) (Island) Appendix E: Bugs So you want to catch some bugs? Welcome to the Appendix that tells you all about bugs (Bug List). Tuna. Barbel Steed. so you can catch most bugs more easily. Ribbon Eel (Island). Smelt. So what about catching bugs themselves? Discounting bug idiosyncrasies.Olive Flounder. Pond Smelt. Oarfish. Tuna. Ribbon Eel Sea Bass. Goldfish. Pond Flounder. Freshwater Goby. Black Bass. Whale Shark Perch. Zebra Bass. Stringfish. This feature does work. First. Goldfish. Whale Shark Perch. Shark (Island). let's talk a bit about the Net itself. This means that you want to equip your net. Horse Mackerel. you basically want to walk up to them and press A to swing your net--it's that easy. but those are covered in Bug-Specific Info. Horse Mackerel. Dab. Carp. Once you've put a fair amount of distance between you and the bee (usually 1-2 seconds of running). Coelacanth. Sea Butterfly. Oarfish. Red Snapper. Horse Mackerel. Yellow Yellow Perch. Rainbow Trout. Dab. Olive Flounder. Sea Bass. Red Snapper. Fish. Running south gives you more preparation time as the bees come toward you. let's talk about preparations: you want to make sure you have your net as the first item when you press your d-pad. Blowfish. Red Snapper. Blowfish. Smelt. especially considering the lack of reaction time required to catch most bugs. Popeyed Goldfish. Squid. Fish. Dab. Tuna. meaning that there are five chances to catch a Bee before you have to restart. Tuna. Crucian Carp. it has been nerfed significantly in Animal Crossing New Leaf so that you can catch it with relatively little effort. Ribbon Eel (Island). Fish. Black Bass. Bug-Catching: How-To Bug-catching is usually much easier than catching fish. there are a few insects that are excruciatingly hard to catch. Sea Yellow Perch. equip your net and face the beehive. Red Snapper. Of course. Bitterling. Bees are found by shaking trees. Whale Yellow Perch. Dace. Some of the advice in this section can be highly useful. Giant Trevally (Island). Whale (Island). Carp. Rainbow Trout. Barbel Steed. (Island). if possible. Seahorse. Olive Koi. Bass. Yellow Stringfish. Koi. Butterfly. Sea Bass. Listen for the bees to start moving. you can hold the A button to "crouch" and "sneak up" on bugs. but fishing outclasses bugs at most other times. For more on the monetary aspects. Squid. Sea Bass. Football Crucian Carp. Oarfish. Generally. check out the Making Money section. Ribbon Eel (Island). Once they do. Zebra Turkeyfish Turkeyfish Turkeyfish December Morning Afternoon Evening Night Barbel Steed. Football Carp. Anyway. Crucian Carp. Goldfish. Pike. in one given town. Goldfish. Ray Ray (Island). Red Snapper. Sea Bass. Yellow Perch. when they're out (The Insect Calendar). Pond Flounder. so I suggest you read it if you're having trouble with any of these bugs! Bee The Bee used to be one of the most annoying bugs to catch in Animal Crossing. Tuna. Tuna. Ray Eel (Island). Dace. Bug-catching is often more lucrative than fishing at night during the summer. Sea (Island). Squid. Ribbon Eel (Island). It is sold by Nooklings for 500 bells. Whale Shark (Island). run to the south. Smelt. Pike. Bitterling. I highly recommend that you have strategies for different types of bugs. Goldfish. Squid. Freshwater Goby. Pike. Olive Koi. Pike. Seahorse. Once you locate a tree with a beehive in it. Football Carp. The following describes those efforts. and bugs are less likely to fly away or get scared by someone sneaking up on them. Giant Trevally (Island). unequip it via v (down) on the d-pad. Red Red Snapper. Sea Snapper. Pond Flounder. Giant Trevally (Island). Butterfly. Bitterling. Sea Bass. Zebra Shark (Island). Blowfish. and remain unequipped. Sea Sea Butterfly. Seahorse. Horse Mackerel. a lot of bug catching is dependent on the bug. watch for them to appear on screen and immediately swing your net as soon as they are visible. Whale Perch. Rainbow Trout. Zebra Shark (Island). Oarfish. Barbel Steed. Yellow Stringfish. Freshwater Goby. Coelacanth. There are also Silver Nets and Golden Nets that make it easier to catch bugs. Blowfish. Coelacanth. Black Bass. Tuna. their radius is noticeably bigger. Giant Trevally (Island). there are a few other options. luckily. Of course. Dace. Olive Pale Chub. Ribbon Eel (Island). Red Ribbon Eel (Island). there are five beehives. Whale Turkeyfish Yellow Perch. Seahorse. Bug-Specific Info This section details information about certain bugs that are harder to catch than others. Dace. and the weirdest tricks you'll need to conquer the game (Bug-Specific Info) and Bug-Catching: How-To). Carp.

you'll have hit A at the right time and caught a bee! Thanks to Ozric42 for bringing this method to my attention! :) Dragonflies This section primarily concerns the Banded Dragonfly and the Giant Petaltail. Do note that this method isn't foolproof. pull out your net and swing! Other methods to catch these dragonflies include running them into the cliff and randomly swinging/hoping. Generally. In order to assure the best catching environment for these beetles. Garbage Bugs This section concerns Flies and Ants. You can walk with or without the net equipped--either is acceptable. but you want to be more careful. If your person is walking downward. buy 10 turnips on a Sunday and wait until next Sunday to have them spoil. Once you're in position to get one. if you're dragonfly hunting. Another method that is easier for those with slower reaction times but less reliable overall is to run north once you spot the beehive. For this reason. they can be difficult to catch. the Scarab Beetle. After a few seconds of running.If done correctly. the Atlas Beetle. and they will scram ASAP if they see one. the Petaltail is also very lrage. it only makes sense that there would be a section on how to catch these monstrosities! Okay. The two dragonflies enumerated above are both some of the rarest and fastest dragonflies present in the game. Walking horizontally is acceptable. you should catch a bee. It also covers--to a lesser extent--the Saw Stag. attempting to catch the bee. and the Dynastid Beetle. Oh. you have a terrible view of what is coming in front of you. Being fast dragonflies. and the Golden Stag. Bandeds and Petaltails tend to get easily disturbed by nets. Just make sure that you watch them carefully as they can very quickly move out to the middle of the river or dive back underneath the water surface. they are not catchable. you want to make sure that you are walking UP. others don't care. so first let's talk about how you should prepare yourself. you can exit the menu and start spamming A. If you really want to attract them. You'll be on top of trees before you realize the beetle is there. So that you're walking correctly. the Miyama Stag. but they aren't necessarily difficult to catch. The above two bugs are attracted to trash--there's no euphemism to circumvent that. and Diving Beetles also tend to switch from above water to underwater to above water for every movement or two. the Giant Stag. Any beetle worth 6000 or more is one for which I would use this method. A Golden Stag is the most skittish beetle whilst a Fruit Beetle doesn't give two s***s if you run up to it with a party hat and noisemaker. With some luck. the Rainbow Stag. You must wait until they pull back up again to catch them. Once the bees start flying at you. go to the menu and equip your net. . it's a good idea to go searching without equipping your net. Obviously." Some beetles will fly away if you even get near them. you want to mitigate and marginalize the time spent walking down. When Diving Beetles go underneath the water. here is my general advice: Beetles vary wildly in "skittishness. the Elephant Beetle. the Cyclommatus. there is a positive correlation between the skittishness and the value/rarity of the beetle. Diving Beetles Diving Beetles are unique in that they are the only beetle capable of diving underneath the water. Once they spoil. the Hercules Beetle. Diving Beetles can be annoying to deal with. place them out in your town and wait for the ants to get crawling and the flies to get buzzing! Mole Crickets Coming Soon! Big Beetles This section primarily covers the Goliath Beetle. what happens when you find a beetle? Well. Seeing as these are your biggest and easiest money-makers.

 "Stumps" denotes the stump left when chopping down an otherwise normal tree. Re. the Tarantula or Scorpion will disappear. You don't chase them--they chase you. pine trees. lakes. beetles should never fly away. Either strategy is acceptable. This means that you should hold down the "A" button with the net equipped. their venom will knock you out and you will respawn at your house. Re-Tail sale values with no ordinances or other factors included. To expose them. however--see the above two sub-sections for more on that. and the respective bug will fly out of the rock. take two steps at a time until you line yourself up with the beetle appropriately. so there are a lot of notes explaining certain locations. But. Rock Bugs This section covers the Pill Bug. to be precise. Anyway. Firstly. but I just have to give you my favorite Tarantula/Scorpion-hunting music: http://www. Usually. holding ponds. Once you're crouching. You can even employ this method when you're coming from above and moving around the tree. This section does not cover how to catch the bugs. Well.. you better swing and pray. Period.  Freshwater includes rivers. The values are. Re. including fruit trees.youtube. approach from the bottom. and saplings. Other tricks tend not to work (e. you need to use your shovel to hit the rock. so switch to your net as quickly as possible! Tarantulas and Scorpions I'm sorry. Rinse and repeat for each beetle.com/watch?v=rmtKHo7GB64. It is also recommended that you have your volume up (and possibly headphones on) so that you can hear them crawling around on the ground.  Other info about specific bugs may be found in the Bug-Specific Info section above. if they notice you with a net. when looking for them.  Certain bugs will not appear in Wifi. Once you locate the venomnous bugs. the Tarantula and the Scorpion are some of the hardest bugs to catch. This gives you more wiggle room to work with as you can see more of the ground in front of you. to be honest. Here are some amendments and notes about the following table:  Deciduous Trees include all trees on the upper part of the town. digging holes around the bug. they tend to loaf around. Otherwise. of course. These bugs can move fast. and the waterfall. the beetle will fly away. So how do we get these baddies? It's a lot of luck. but I'm open to suggestions. start crouching. Thse bugs mentioned above are only found in rocks.When you spot the beetle. See Contributing as per usual! Bug List This is a list of all bugs obtainable in New Leaf! Bugs tend to come in all different places. they chase you when you're holding a net. If you hang around too long. I suggest that you either walk up to it with your net or that you equip your net and let it come up to you. you'll want to devise a plan quickly. and the House Centipede. Tarantulas and Scorpions are known to jump over them). Re- Tail Tail Tail Name Location Name Location Name Location Valu Valu Valu e e e Common Yellow Near Tiger Near Red/Pink Near Flowers 90 90 160 Butterfly Butterfly Flowers Butterfly Flowers Near Peacock Monarch Near Emperor Blue/Purple/Black 220 140 Near Flowers 2500 Butterfly Butterfly Flowers Butterfly Flowers Agrias Raja Near Near Flowers 3000 2500 Birdwing Near Flowers 4000 Butterfly Brooke Freshwater Oak Silk Deciduous Moth Near Lights 60 1200 Honeybee Near Flowers 100 Moth Trees Deciduous Trees Long Grassy Migratory Bee (Prompted by 2500 200 Grassy Areas 600 Locust Areas Locust Shaking) . If they get you.g.  "Near Flowers" doesn't necessarily mean right on top of said flowers--they can be a little ways away form the flower. With this two step + crouching method. but I do have quite a few pointers that make the process easier. the Centipede. If you let go of the A button.

Please excuse these inaccuracies. Bee. Evening (5pm to 7pm). Hermit Crab Bug Cricket. Bagworm. Fly. However. and more complicated table will diminish the coherent usefulness of this section. Please let me know if there are any other corrections that need to be made via Contributing. these time periods can change by up to three hours (barring evening) because of individual idiosyncrasies. Insects do not necessarily abide by the same set times. Pill Bug February Midday Evening Night . as a disclaimer. Pill Bug (Island). Bee. Ant. Mole Dung Beetle. Bee.Rice Orchid Grasshoppe Grassy Areas 400 Mantis Flowers 430 White Flowers 2400 Mantis r Brown Robust Deciduous Deciduous Trees 200 300 Giant Ciada Trees 500 Cicada Cicada Trees Walker Evening Deciduous Deciduous Trees 400 550 Cicada Shell Deciduous Trees 100 Cicada Cicada Trees Red Darner Lantern Fly Deciduous Trees 1800 Dragonfl Anywhere 80 Anywhere 450 Dragonfly y Petaltail Spoiled Banded Anywhere 4500 Dragonfl Anywhere 8000 Ant Turnips/Candies/Rott 80 Dragonfly y en Fruits Diving Pondskater Freshwater 130 Freshwater 800 Stink Bug Deciduous Trees 120 Beetle Grassy Snail Bushes (Raining) 250 Cricket 130 Bell Cricket Grassy Areas 430 Areas Grasshoppe Mole Undergroun Walking Grassy Areas 160 480 Deciduous Trees 600 r Cricket d Leaf Deciduous Walkingstic Bagwor Trees Deciduous Trees 600 300 Ladybug Flowers 200 k m (Prompted by Shaking) Violin Longhor Stumps 260 Stumps 260 Tiger Beetle Grassy Areas 1500 Beetle n Beetle Dung Wharf Snowballs 800 Beach 200 Hermit Crab Beach 1000 Beetle Roach Fruit Deciduous Scarab Firefly Above Freshwater 300 100 Deciduous Trees 6000 Beetle Trees Beetle Jewel Miyama Deciduous Deciduous Trees 2400 1000 Saw Stag Deciduous Trees 2000 Beetle Stag Trees 1000 Rainbow Deciduous 1000 Cyclommatu Giant Stag Deciduous Trees Palm Trees 8000 0 Stag Trees 0 s 1200 Horned Deciduous Horned Golden Stag Palm Trees 1350 Palm Trees 8000 0 Dynastid Trees Atlas Horned Horned 1200 Goliath Palm Trees 8000 Palm Trees Palm Trees 6000 Elephant Hercules 0 Beetle Flea Neighbors 70 Pill Bug Rocks 250 Mosquito Anywhere 130 Spoiled House Fly Turnips/Trash/Raffles 60 Centiped Rocks 250 Centipede Rocks 300 ia e Deciduous Trees Spider (Prompted by 300 Tarantula Ground 8000 Scorpion Ground 8000 Shaking) The Insect Calendar If you've seen The Fishing Calendar in this guide. Mole Cricket. you should also recognize this calendar! Now. and Night (5pm to 8am). I will not change the table as a larger. Centipede. Happy bug-catching! January Midday Evening Night Ant. Pill Ant. hourly. Dung Beetle. Fly. Mole Cricket. so I tried my best to divide them all up into three general time periods: Midday (8am to 5pm). I do want to say that bugs are a lot more finicky than fish. Fly. Usually the discrepensies will appear in the early morning (some bugs end around 4am) and the night (some bugs don't come out til 11pm).

Mole Cricket. Cyclommatus. Pill Bug. Bee. Bee. Cicada Shell. Bee. Migratory Locust. Brooke. Yellow Butterfly July Midday Evening Night Agrias Butterfly. Orchid Mantis. Orchid Mantis. Centipede. Snail. Snail. Brown Butterfly. Fly. Fly. Flea. Orchid Mantis. Violin Beetle. Birdwing. Fly. Emperor Butterfly. Ant. Tiger Beetle. Pill Bug. Snail. Bagworm. Butterfly. Spider. Ant. Butterfly. Mole Cricket. Flea. Mole Cricket. Common Butterfly. Mosquito. Snail. Common Butterfly. Pill Bug. Violin Beetle. Beetle. Spider. Giant Beetle. Spider. Fly. Tiger Beetle. Beetle. Yellow Butterfly Tiger Beetle. Mantis. Miyama Stag. Yellow Brooke. Snail. Cicada. Oak Silk Moth. Oak Silk Moth. Bee. Walkingstick. Common Butterfly. Elephant Beetle. Yellow Butterfly Spider Butterfly. Pill Bug. Common Butterfly. Bee. Diving Cicada. Ladybug. Darner Dragonfly. Mosquito. Dynastid Cicada Shell. Ant. Mole Cricket. Saw Stag Beetle. Flea. Ladybug. Golden Jewel Beetle. Mantis. Pill Ant. Snail. Butterfly. Pill Bug. Flea. Tiger Butterfly. Mantis. Cyclommatus. Peacock Bug. Hermit Crab Mole Cricket. Stinkbug. Flea. Dung Beetle. Mole Ant. Raja Brooke. Hermit Crab Bug Cricket. Ant. Goliath Lantern Fly. Pill Bug. Common Dynastid Beetle. Ant. Ladybug. (Island). Common Butterfly. Giant Emperor Butterfly. Ladybug. Tiger Bug. (Island). Mole Cricket. Lantern Fly. Flea. Robust Cicada. Bee. Fly. Fly. Stinkbug. Grasshopper. Long Locust. Pill Hercules Beetle. Fly. Tiger Butterfly. Stinkbug. Pill Bug. Cicada. Bee. Spider. Pill Bug March Midday Evening Night Ant. Walking Leaf August Midday Evening Night Agrias Butterfly. Cicada Shell. Long Locust. Rainbow Stag. Pill Bug. Grasshopper. Tarantula Walkingstick. Fly. Stinkbug. Common Butterfly. Beetle. Emperor Beetle. Stinkbug. Bee. Emperor Butterfly. Bee. Bee. Flea. Tiger Beetle. Diving Beetle. Stinkbug. Hermit Crab Cricket. Fly. Yellow Butterfly June Midday Evening Night Agrias Butterfly. Birdwing. Diving Beetle. Common Butterfly. Miyama Stag. Long Stag (Late Night). Hermit Crab Stag. Fly. Bee. Stinkbug. Flea. Tiger Beetle. Fly. Centipede. Cicada. Cyclommatus. Tarantula Butterfly Tiger Beetle. Spider. Miyama Stag. Fly. Fly. Long Locust. Common Beetle. Honeybee. Flea. Orchid Mantis. Spider. Banded Ant. Evening Dynastid Beetle. Fly. Yellow Butterfly April Midday Evening Night Ant. Ant. Scorpion. Emperor Butterfly. Elephant Beetle. Atlas Beetle. Ant. Long Locust. Flea. Fruit Beetle. Bee. Raja Snail. Fruit Beetle. Pill Peacock Butterfly. Peacock Butterfly. Cicada. Ant. Spider. Stinkbug. Mole Cricket. Atlas Beetle. Flea. Scarab Beetle. Walking Leaf Rainbow Stag. (Island). Mole Cricket. Pill Bug. Snail. Flea. Fly. Spider. Bee. Fly. Cicada Shell. Yellow Butterfly May Midday Evening Night Ant. Diving Butterfly. Spider. Goliath . Honeybee. Common Ant. Stinkbug Spider. Pill Bug. Tiger Moth. Centipede. Longhorn Beetle. Dragonfly. Yellow Butterfly Tiger Butterfly. Ant. Tiger Tiger Beetle. Long Locust. Hermit Crab (Island). Pill (Island). Pondskater. Bee. Hermit Crab Mole Cricket. Snail. Pondskater. Emperor Butterfly. Peacock Butterfly. Common Ant. Birdwing. Fly. Fly. Fly. Honeybee. Giant Beetle (Late Night). Honeybee. Stinkbug Brooke. Pondskater. Spider. Fly. Snail. Fruit Beetle. Fly. Goliath Beetle. Bee. Fruit Beetle. Flea. Stinkbug. Evening Cicada. Darner Dragonfly. Walker Cicada. Flea. Honeybee. Stinkbug. Lantern Fly. Brown Cicada Shell. Giant Petaltail. Beetle. Long Locust. Pill Bug (Island). Bee. Mole Dung Beetle. Giant Beetle (Late Night). Banded Ant. Moth. Bee. Darner Dragonfly. Pill Bug. Honeybee. Dynastid Emperor Butterfly. Bee. Longhorn Beetle. Cicada Shell. Ant. Raja Bug. Spider. Dragonfly. Centipede. Beetle. Emperor Butterfly. Flea. Bee. Golden Stag (Late Night). Lantern Fly. Mole Cricket. Bee. Snail. Butterfly. Common Butterfly. Atlas Beetle. Flea. Saw Stag Beetle. Flea. Peacock Lantern Fly. Spider. Pondskater. Snail. Flea. Miyama Locust. Tiger Butterfly. Mantis. Spider. Fruit Beetle. Ant. Moth. Fruit Beetle. Ant. Raja Pill Bug. Bee. Cyclommatus. Saw Stag Beetle.

you cannot dive in the river. Raja Beetle. Spider. Pill Spider. Scorpion. Pill Ant. Diving Beetle. there are certain places you cannot dive. Bug. Flea. you'll want to make sure you are chasing after the shadow the entire time or you will risk falling behind. Pill Bug Appendix F: Diving One of the new aspects to come to Animal Crossing New Leaf is the ability to dive in your ocean! Hooray! Diving may be new. Ant. Mosquito. Pill Bug. Ant. however. Hence. House Centipede. Emperor Ant. Bell Cricket. Long Locust. Spider. Mole Cricket. Notably. when you get underwater. Bee. Stinkbug. Mole Dung Beetle. This is because of the view of the camera angle. Bagworm. Fly. Migratory Butterfly. Peacock Butterfly. Long Locust. (Island). A few creatures--notably the Lobster and a few crabs--can be a pain-in-the-behind. Flea. Dragonfly. I highly recommend you try that. Migratory Locust. Fly. Rainbow Stag. Walking (Island). Mantis. jump off of the cliff into the ocean where there is no impeding beach in your town. Beetle. Violin Beetle. Pill Bug. but it's not exactly difficult to learn. Migratory Locust. Mole Migratory Locust. Centipede. Bagworm. Centipede. Pill Bug. you get a last burst of speed that will allow you to catch many of the quicker creatures. Stinkbug. Walkingstick. Walking Leaf Oak Silk Moth. Bell Cricket. Once underwater. Hermit Longhorn Beetle. Pill Bug. Walkingstick. I highly recommend you use this section's advice to dive more accurately and bring in more bells! Diving: How-To Diving is not as easy as it sounds. Yellow Butterfly October Midday Evening Night Ant. With some creatures--such as a lobster--you will need every second of air as they can move just as fast as you. Saw Stag Beetle. Dragonfly. Tiger Beetle. Long Locust. Stinkbug Cicada. Mole Cricket. Birdwing. Stinkbug. Lantern Fly. Fly. Cricket. once underwater. When you dive. Bell Cricket. Snail. Anyway. Peacock Butterfly. Bagworm. Long Locust. Stinkbug Walking Leaf Walkingstick. Walking Leaf December Midday Evening Night Ant. Saw Stag Beetle. Bee. Fly.Jewel Beetle. Tiger Stinkbug. Ant. Bee. Moth. Crab (Island). Monarch Butterfly. Pill Bug (Island). Stinkbug. Long Locust. Raja Brooke. though. Walkingstick. Orchid Lantern Fly. Snail. Violin Beetle. Pondskater. Miyama Stag. Mole Cricket. Flea. House Centipede. and some creatures will move just as fast as you. Fruit Beetle. Walking Leaf September Midday Evening Night Agrias Butterfly. Centipede. Fly. Hermit Crab Mantis. Pill Bug. Flea. Raja Brooke. Pondskater. Hermit Crab Bug Cricket. Fly. Bee. Flea. Monarch Ant. Saw Stag Beetle. Bell Cricket. Pill Bug. Leaf Spider Walkingstick. Spider. Bee. Scorpion. Fruit Beetle. Hence. Centipede. Walking Leaf November Midday Evening Night Ant. Bee. However. Orchid Mantis. :) Pascal . Miyama Stag. Pill Bug. there is an incentive to land as close to the creature as you can. Bee. Oak Silk Moth. Spider. Flea. Hercules Beetle. Long Locust. Pill Bug. Spider. Red Fly. Red Dragonfly. Stinkbug. Moth. Long Locust. Ladybug. Tiger Beetle. Ant. Spider. By the way. Brooke. Walkingstick. Dung Beetle. Hermit Locust. Walkingstick. Flea. Ant. your speed is slower than above water. Flea. Mantism. Mole Cricket. Snail. Snail. Spider. as your air starts to run out. Bee. Bee. Pill Cricket. Snail. Pill Bug. Cricket. Snail. Walkingstick. Spider. Walker Tiger Beetle. Raja Brooke. you have several seconds of air. Tiger Beetle. Common Butterfly. Monarch Butterfly. Stag. Bee. Locust. Locust. in the waterfall. Ant. Lantern Pondskater. Bee. Mosquito. or beyond the buoys. Tarantula Beetle. Migratory Butterfly. Fruit Beetle. Rainbow Pill Bug. Stinkbug. Scarab Robust Cicada. Red Dragonfly. Common Fly. Walking Leaf. Migratory Locust. Orchid Mantis. Red Pondskater. Walker Cicada. Bee. Migratory Fly. Mantis. Mantis. Grasshopper. Mantis. Orchid Bug. Yellow Butterfly Leaf. Emperor Butterfly. Walking Spider. Fly. Fly. Fly. You can. Hermit Crab Cricket. Butterfly. Swimming is self-explanatory and most of the creatures are relatively easy to catch. Crab (Island). you'll go a little bit below where you're bobbing on the ocean. Flea. Spider. Fly. House Centipede.

Evening (4pm to 9pm). And no offense to hippies. Small . Finally. You cannot postpone the offer--you must give up the Scallop as soon as you get it. diving creatures tend to be less dependent on time and more dependent on month. Sea Medium - Pearl Oyster 1600 Scallop Moderate 1000 100 Stationary Anemone Stationary Erratic Small . My only note about the following table is that the movements are pretty self-explanatory. "Erratic" movements mean that the creature will move in bursts rather than in a "uniform" fashion with a sustained speed.Slow Sea Medium . Pascal will swim up to you and ask for your newest catch. he will not ask again. I neglected to put the location because all diving creatures are found in the ocean.Slow 200 Oyster 400 300 Barnacle Stationary Stationary Shell Uniform Medium - Abalone Moderate 400 Ear Shell Small . the Re-Tail value is. Red King Large . and Night (9pm to 4am) all make a return in this calendar. In my opinion. Turban Small . Morning (4am to 9am). Moreover. (On a lighter note. Stationary creatures obviously do not move. devoid of any ordinance-tampering.Quick Snow Crab 4000 4000 6000 Uniform Crab Quick Uniform Crab Uniform Medium - Huge . the time periods are the same.Erratic 300 Clam Small .Slow Sea Star 100 150 Sea Slug 200 Uniform Cucumber Uniform Uniform Small - Small . this exchange is totally worth it.Erratic 300 Uniform Medium - Small . they also have weirder month . here is a list of items that Pascal can give you:  Anchor  Barrel  Helm  Jolly Roger  Keg  Pirate's Armor  Sea View  Ship Cannon  Ship Compass  Ship Deck  Vintage Telescope Diving Creatures List The following table enumerates all creatures caught via diving. Pascal has plenty of items that simply cannot be obtained elsewhere. Unlike the previous two Appendices. Moreover. Small - Sewaweed 200 Sea Grapes 600 Sea Urchin 800 Stationary Stationary Stationary Acorn Tiny .Slow Mantis Small .Quick Horsehair Medium . It's funny.If you catch a Scallop in your town.Slow Horseshoe Giant Medium - 900 Moderate 1500 9000 Nautilus Uniform Crab Isopod Slow Uniform Uniform The Diving Calendar This Diving Calendar is almost identical to the calendar for the fishing appendix (The Fishing Calendar).Quick Large . this location section has been replaced with a size and movement section to describe how big the diving creatures are and how fast they move. Based off of this data.Quick Tiger Prawn Moderate 1600 3000 Lobster 2500 Lobster Uniform Uniform Uniform Large . Small .Slow Small . hence. Afternoon (9am to 4pm).Quick Spotted Small - Spider Crab 10000 Octopus Moderate 1200 600 Uniform Garden Eel Stationary Erratic Medium - Chambered Medium . I encourage you to read everything Pascal says out loud in the most cliché hippie voice you can come up with.Slow Sweet Flatworm 200 1250 Moderate 650 Uniform Shrimp Erratic Shrimp Erratic Small - Spiny Large . Though there is more information in the Furniture List. Without further ado! Size and Re-Tail Size and Re-Tail Size and Re-Tail Name Name Name Movement Value Movement Value Movement Value Large .) He will only offer to trade things for Scallops. Pascal is this uber-hipster hippie-like red otter that swims around dispensing "righteous" advice. of course. you can oftentimes guess what the creature is. If you deny his offer. and he will only offer to trade once per day. The only discrepensy between creatures is that they're found at differing times (see the following section: The Diving Calendar) and only a few are found at the island (all can be found in your city limits).

Ear Shell. Ear Shell. Abalone. Seaweed. Sea Slug. Sea Pearl Oyster. but very few unique summer creatures. Tiger Prawn. Ear Shell. Acorn Barnacle. Acorn Abalone. Sea Slug. Snow Crab. Scallop. Pearl Oyster. Red King Pearl Oyster. Finally. Abalone. Scallop. Sea Red King Crab. Mantis Shrimp. Clam. Scallop. Those that do appear on the island are there year-round (hence my decision to leave them off this calendar). Oyster. Octopus. Lobster. Chambered Nautilus. Seaweed. Cucumber. Sea Slug. Octopus. Seaweed. Nautilus. Octopus. Spider Spider Crab. Abalone. Nautilus. Sea Star. Sea Anemone. Ear Barnacle. Anemone. Mantis Shrimp. Scallop. Scallop. Oyster. Oyster. Snow Crab. Sea Star. Sea Oyster. Sweet Shrimp. Pearl Octopus. Clam. Sea Sea Slug. Ear Shell. Sea Anemone. Sea Slug. Pearl Pearl Oyster. Chambered Nautilus. Mantis Shell. Scallop. Chambered Nautilus. Crab. Red King Crab. Sea Scallop. Sea Slug. Shrimp. Octopus. Lobster. Acorn Barnacle. Sea Cucumber. Sea Anemone. Sea Slug. Scallop. Abalone. Horsehair Crab. Sea Grapes. Pearl Oyster. Chambered Nautilus. Star. Sea Anemone. Sea Anemone. Anemone. Horsehair Crab. Oyster. Clam. Scallop. Sea Anemone. Sea Cucumber. Lobster. Oyster. Sea Slug. Pearl Oyster. Clam. Snow Crab. Anemone. Sea Slug. Turban Shell Turban Shell March Morning Afternoon Evening Night Abalone. Turban Shell Turban Shell Snow Crab Turban Shell February Morning Afternoon Evening Night Abalone. Seaweed. Horsehair Crab. Ear Shell. Cucumber. Sea Urchin. . Pearl Shrimp. Barnacle. Sea Cucumber. Sweet Star. Anemone. Ear Shell. Red King Crab. Lobster. Ear Chambered Nautilus. Abalone. Sweet Shrimp. Lobster. Mantis Shell. Sea Anemone. Clam. Pearl Lobster. Mantis Shrimp. Clam. Red King Crab. Sea Anemone. Clam. Sea Cucumber. Pearl Oyster. Acorn Chambered Nautilus. Sea Anemone. Lobster. There are a lot of spring and winter diving creatures. Scallop. Scallop. Happy diving! January Morning Afternoon Evening Night Abalone. Red Lobster. Lobster. Sea Cucubmer. peak diving months are likely January through June instead of June through August. Mantis Shrimp. Horsehair Crab. Octopus. Sea Slug. Sea Oyster. Lobster. Lobster. Acorn Barnacle. Sea Slug. Snow Crab. Clam. Horsehair Crab. Seaweed. Ear Shell. Sea Anemone. Lobster. Red King Crab. Sea Star. Sea Anemone. Clam. Octopus. Scallop. Scallop. Seaweed. Sea Scallop. Abalone. Mantis Mantis Shrimp. Sea Star. Clam. Shrimp. Octopus. Octopus. Pearl Pearl Oyster. Snow Crab. Clam. Slug. Sea Anemone. Octopus. Acorn Barnacle. Sea Star. Scallop. Acorn Barnacle. Chambered Shell. Sea Cucumber. Seaweed. Mantis Mantis Shrimp. Sea Slug. Seaweed. Octopus. Horsehair Crab. Seaweed. Shrimp. Lobster. Sea Star. Sea Sea Slug. Sea Anemone. Sea Oyster. Octopus. Ear Shell. it is owrth noting that many diving creatures do appear on the island. Sea Cucumber. Sea King Crab. Mantis Shrimp. Sea Star. Abalone. Horsehair Crab. Sea Cucumber. Lobster. Chambered Nautilus. Pearl Oyster. Horsehair Crab. Acorn Barnacle. Sea Star. Chambered Nautilus. Here is the list of year-round island diving creatures: Abalone. Pearl Octopus. Spider Crab. Barnacle. Spider Spider Crab. and Sea Star. Seaweed. Seaweed. Chambered Chambered Nautilus. Sweet Shrimp. Pearl Oyster. Scallop. Acorn Barnacle. Crab. Sweet Cucumber. Giant Isopod. Sea Star. Scallop. Chambered Chambered Nautilus. Sweet Shrimp. Sea Star. Mantis Shrimp. Clam. Red Oyster. Chambered Nautilus. Shrimp. Sea Sea Anemone. Oyster. Acorn Barnacle. Mantis Shrimp. King Crab. Hence. Sea Star. Oyster. Abalone. Spider Crab. Anemone. Sea Anemone. Lobster. Red King Pearl Oyster. Ear Chambered Nautilus. Sea Slug. Snow Crab. Nautilus. Nautilus. Sea Star. Sea Cucumber. Star. Acorn Barnacle. Lobster. Snow Crab. Acorn Abalone. Snow Crab. Pearl Shrimp. Seaweed. Horsehair Crab. Pearl Oyster. Lobster. Sea Slug. Acorn Barnacle. Acorn Abalone. Clam. Lobster. Sea Slug. Sea Slug. Abalone. Octopus. Horsehair Crab. Horsehair Crab. Snow Crab. Flatworm. Octopus. Acorn Barnacle. Octopus. Abalone. Mantis Shrimp.ranges. Horsehair Crab. Lobster. Turban Shell Seaweed. Red King Oyster. Mantis Nautilus. Barnacle. Sea Star. Lobster. Spotted Garden Eel. Barnacle. Seaweed. Sea Star. Horsehair Crab. Sea Crab. Abalone. Acorn Barnacle. Ear Shell. Sea Scallop. Turban Shell Turban Shell Snow Crab Turban Shell April Morning Afternoon Evening Night Abalone. Horsehair Crab. Sea Cucumber. Octopus. Acorn Barnacle. Chambered Chambered Nautilus. Ear Shell. Sea Cucumber. Horsehair Crab. Snow Crab. Lobster. Sea Anemone. Ear Shell. Scallop. Scallop. Sea Crab. Acorn Barnacle. Chambered Nautilus. Oyster. Crab. Snow Crab. Chambered Nautilus. Seaweed. Pearl Oyster. Sea Slug. Oyster. Sea Slug. Clam. Snow Crab Snow Crab. Cucumber. Clam. Seaweed. Turban Shell Turban Shell Snow Crab Turban Shell May Morning Afternoon Evening Night Abalone. Acorn Barnacle. Red King Crab. Acorn Abalone. Shrimp. Ear Shell. Ear Shell. Spider Crab. Clam. Chambered Chambered Nautilus. Horsehair Crab. Red King Crab. Sea Cucumber. Sea Cucumber. Mantis Shrimp. Spider Crab. Acorn Barnacle. Seaweed. Sea Oyster.

Tiger Prawn. Tiger Prawn. Sea Anemone. Spotted Garden Spotted Garden Eel Seaweed. Sea Grapes. Abalone. Sea Urchin. Scallop. Sea Sweet Shrimp. Acorn Barnacle. Turban Shell Shell Shell October Morning Afternoon Evening Night Abalone. Sea Urchin. Octopus. Spotted Garden Eel Garden Eel Spotted Garden Eel Spotted Garden Eel July Morning Afternoon Evening Night Abalone. Chambered Nautilus. Mantis Ear Shell. Slug. Chambered Shell. Sea Sea Grapes. Sea Urchin. Sea Anemone. Clam. Sea Star. Abalone. Tiger Shell. Giant Isopod. Spiny Lobster. Sea Slug. Sea Grapes. Tiger Horseshoe Crab. Chambered Nautilus. Giant Isopod. Seaweed. Lobster. Flatworm. Clam. Anemone. Lobster. Lobster. Sea Slug. Lobster. Sea Shrimp. Chambered Nautilus. Sea Grapes. Ear Chambered Nautilus. Clam. Acorn Abalone. Scallop. Sea Shrimp. Sea Shrimp. Oyster. Sea Urchin. Sea Slug. Tiger Prawn. Abalone. Oyster. Chambered Chambered Nautilus. Octopus. Oyster. Scallop. Sea Anemone. Pearl Shrimp. Seaweed. Scallop. Scallop. Pearl Oyster. Sea Slug. Sea Grapes. Abalone. Ear Chambered Nautilus. Abalone. Seaweed. Sea Star. Sea Anemone. Chambered Nautilus. Chambered Ear Shell. Spotted Garden Eel.Star. Flatworm. Oyster. Oyster. Tiger Prawn. Sea Star. Octopus. Acorn Barnacle. Urchin. Octopus. Pearl Oyster. Tiger Prawn. Scallop. Octopus. Sea Slug. Sea Grapes. Sea Star. Seaweed. Sea Star. Acorn Barnacle. Abalone. Spotted Garden Eel. Sea Anemone. Scallop. Scallop. Sea Urchin. Sea Star. Giant Isopod. Seaweed Turban Shell Shell June Morning Afternoon Evening Night Abalone. Giant Isopod. Turban Spotted Garden Eel Spotted Garden Eel. Sea Slug. Sea Slug. Lobster. Isopod. Tiger Nautilus. Pearl Oyster. Pearl Oyster. Oyster. Abalone. Scallop. Lobster. Acorn Barnacle. Acorn Barnacle. Star Star. Sea Slug. Sea Slug. Clam. Acorn Barnacle. Sea Oyster. Tiger Nautilus. Sea Sea Slug. Sea Oyster. Pearl Prawn. Sea Urchin. Turban Shell Star. Octopus. Mantis Ear Shell. Lobster. Turban Shell Turban Shell November Morning Afternoon Evening Night . Sea Slug. Sea Star. Oyster. Mantis Prawn. Sea Slug. Sea Urchin. Acorn Barnacle. Octopus. Lobster. Pearl Oyster. Sea Star. Sea Anemone. Sea Urchin. Lobster. Scallop. Sea Grapes. Spotted Garden Seaweed. Ear Shell. Acorn Chambered Nautilus. Sweet Sweet Shrimp. Scallop. Ear Shell. Acorn Barnacle. Octopus. Shrimp. Octopus. Giant Isopod. Octopus. Giant Isopod. Pearl Shrimp. Chambered Nautilus. Abalone. Sweet Shrimp. Octopus. Sea Anemone. Octopus. Mantis Lobster. Anemone. Slug. Acorn Barnacle. Scallop. Tiger Lobster. Seaweed. Seaweed. Mantis Shrimp. Sea Anemone. Chambered Nautilus. Pearl Oyster. Mantis Shrimp. Sea Star. Horseshoe Crab. Spotted Garden Shell Shell Eel. Sea Grapes. Lobster. Pearl Oyster. Mantis Pearl Oyster. Sea Urchin. Sea Anemone. Sea Scallop. Slug. Lobster. Flatworm. Ear Abalone. Chambered Nautilus. Mantis Shrimp. Sea Shrimp. Sea Urchin. Acorn Chambered Nautilus. Octopus. Urchin. Sea Slug. Sea Anemone. Grapes. Slug. Sea Grapes. Sea Anemone. Ear Barnacle. Shell. Shrimp. Sea Star. Ear Shell. Mantis Nautilus. Acorn Abalone. Scallop. Octopus. Sea Star. Seaweed. Lobster. Turban Sea Urchin. Turban Eel Spotted Garden Eel. Sea Slug. Sea Urchin. Acorn Barnacle. Nautilus. Scallop. Seaweed. Lobster. Sea Star. Sea Urchin. Sea Anemone. Mantis Prawn. Sweet Oyster. Spotted Garden Slug. Clam. Oyster. Sea Scallop. Mantis Nautilus. Sea Mantis Shrimp. Sea Sweet Shrimp. Star. Acorn Barnacle. Giant Barnacle. Giant Isopod. Mantis Shrimp. Sea Grapes. Mantis Prawn. Lobster. Spiny Lobster. Abalone. Abalone. Turban Turban Shell Urchin. Turban Spotted Garden Eel. Pearl Isopod. Oyster. Lobster. Tiger Barnacle. Sea Star. Abalone. Sea Sea Slug. Shrimp. Scallop. Lobster. Giant Isopod. Sea Star. Sea Anemone. Sea Star. Barnacle. Ear Shell. Crab. Pearl Oyster. Acorn Chambered Nautilus. Clam. Sea Oyster. Sea Urchin. Turban Shell September Morning Afternoon Evening Night Abalone. Horseshoe Isopod. Chambered Ear Shell. Shrimp. Sea Slug. Mantis Lobster. Pearl Pearl Oyster. Shell. Pearl Oyster. Prawn. Ear Barnacle. Flatworm. Sea Urchin. Octopus. Octopus. Scallop. Sea Star. Ear Shell. Acorn Barnacle. Pearl Shrimp. Sea Star. Prawn. Pearl Oyster. Sea Anemone. Tiger Shell. Lobster. Anemone. Acorn Barnacle. Chambered Chambered Nautilus. Pearl Oyster. Sea Urchin. Giant Isopod. Sea Anemone. Abalone. Ear Chambered Nautilus. Scallop. Sea Urchin. Spotted Garden Eel Eel Eel August Morning Afternoon Evening Night Abalone. Oyster. Clam. Scallop. Clam. Spotted Star. Flatworm. Shrimp. Sea Grapes. Flatworm. Acorn Barnacle. Giant Prawn. Sea Anemone. Sea Anemone. Acorn Barnacle. Sea Pearl Oyster. Seaweed. Giant Shell.

Snow Shrimp. Sea Star. Oyster. Star. Sweet Shrimp. Seaweed. Sea Cucumber Sea Slug. I'd just donate at your museum when they're new and sell when they're not. Sea Cucumber Sea Slug. Clam. Lobster. Shrimp. Sea Anemone. Pearl Octopus. Octopus. Name Re-Tail Value Name Re-Tail Value Name Re-Tail Value T. Star. Mantis Shrimp. Acorn Abalone. Abalone. Seaweed. Sweet Seaweed. Oyster. Snow Crab. Spiny Lobster. Acorn Barnacle. Chambered Chambered Nautilus. Turban Shell Crab Turban Shell Turban Shell December Morning Afternoon Evening Night Abalone. Ear Shell. Chambered Nautilus. Octopus. Nautilus. Snow Crab. Sea Cucumber Red King Crab. Chambered Nautilus. If you like the look of these. Oyster. Red King Crab. Red King Crab. Pearl Lobster. Sea Star. Scallop. Clam. Mantis Shrimp. Seaweed. Ear Shell. This makes the entire dinosaur a one-by-one item that can fit on top of a table or the like. Chambered Nautilus. Mantis Shrimp. Seaweed. Sea Anemone. Snow Crab. Clam. Horsehair Crab. this can only be obtained by giving Cyrus at Re-Tail all of the necessary components of the dinosaur and letting him put the dinosaur together. Acorn Barnacle. Clam. Sea Star. you can save up unneeded dinosaur bones to make multiple miniatures! When you dig up fossils. Sweet Shrimp. Clam. Sweet Cucumber Sea Slug. Seaweed. you must have them identified by Blathers at the museum to reveal their true value. Re-Tail values are--as always--devoid of any other tampering via ordinances. Ear Shell. Mantis Shrimp. Ear Shell. Sea Anemone. Turban Shell Crab Turban Shell Turban Shell Appendix G: Fossils This section covers one-half of the items you dig out of the ground (the other half being gyroids covered in Appendix L: Seashells. Barnacle. The fossil can be identified to be any of the following bones. Oyster. etc. Pearl Oyster. Octopus. Clam. Acorn Barnacle. Ear Shell. Anemone. Red King Crab. Sea Cucumber Sea Slug. Horsehair Crab. Rex Skull 6000 T. Nautilus. Frankly. Acorn Barnacle. Sea Red King Crab. Horsehair Crab. Acorn Abalone. Rex Torso 5500 T. Fossils are largely nominal in nature (nowhere near as important as fish or bugs). Red King Crab. Pearl Oyster. Sea Anemone. Oyster. Snow Shrimp. Oyster. Lobster. Horsehair Crab. Lobster. Red King Crab. Sea Scallop. Abalone. Sea Sea Anemone. Pearl Oyster. Ear Shell. Sweet Seaweed.Abalone. Sea Star. Chambered Chambered Nautilus. You can put them in your house. Sea Anemone. Lobster. All bones (barring the last ten) identify as a Quirky HHA Theme. Sea Scallop. Fossils really have no other purpose. Abalone. Rex Tail 5000 Tricera Skull 5500 Tricera Torso 5000 Tricera Tail 4500 Mammoth Skull 3000 Mammoth Torso 2500 Ankylo Skull 3500 Ankylo Torso 3000 Ankylo Tail 2500 Apato Skull 5000 Apato Torso 4500 Apato Tail 4000 Dimetrodon Skull 5500 Dimetrodon Torso 5000 Dimetrodon Tail 4500 Igunaodon Skulll 4000 Igunaodon Torso 3500 Iguanodon Tail 3000 Sabertooth Skull 2500 Sabertooth Torso 2000 Pachy Skull 4000 Pachy Torso 3500 Pachy Tail 3000 Parasaur Skull 3500 Parasaur Torso 3000 Parasuar Tail 2500 Diplo Skull 5000 Diplo Neck 5000 Diplo Chest 4500 Diplo Hip 4000 Diplo Tail 4500 Plesio Skull 4000 Plesio Neck 4500 Plesio Torso 4500 Stego Skull 5000 Stego Torso 4500 Stego Tail 4000 Ptera Skull 4000 Ptera Left Wing 4500 Ptera Right Wing 4500 Ichthyo Skull 2500 Ichthyo Torso 2000 Raptor Skull 3000 Raptor Torso 2500 Styraco Skull 3500 Styraco Torso 3000 Styraco Tail 2500 Spino Skull 4000 Spino Torso 3000 Spino Tail 2500 Megacero Skull 4500 Megacero Torso 3500 Megacero Tail 3000 Archelon Skull 4000 Archelon Torso 3500 . Oyster. Red King Crab. Octopus. Pearl Oyster. Horsehair Crab. Lobster. Pearl Octopus. but they're slightly cumbersome and hard to view. Horsehair Crab. Barnacle. and Mushrooms). Fruit. Scallop. Abalone. Horsehair Crab. Sea Cucumber Sea Slug. Sea Sea Slug. Star. Chambered Nautilus. Acorn Barnacle. but they can fulfill two main purposes: your need for bells and your need to complete the museum. Acorn Barnacle. Scallop. Sea Oyster. Clam. Lobster. Snow Crab. Sea Anemone. Scallop. Clam. Oyster. Mantis Shrimp. Scallop. Snow Crab. Sea Star. Octopus. The only time I would consider placing a fossil in your house is when you have the miniature version of the dinosaur. Oyster. Oyster. Octopus. Ore. Sweet Cucumber Sea Slug. Spiny Lobster. Shrimp. Horsehair Crab. Pearl Lobster. Scallop. Seaweed. Snow Crab. Mantis Shrimp. Sea Cucumber Sea Slug. Oyster.

The Animal Crossing Wiki or a simple Google search should suffice. the real name of the art. Anyway. However. The sly fox is back in this Animal Crossing and he's only selling art. Black on right! Painting Nice Pianting 3920 Young Flautist [Always Genuine] Moving Painting 3920 The Birth of Venus Upside-down shell! Common 3920 The Gleaners [Always Genuine] Painting Flowery Painting 3920 Sunflowers [Always Genuine] Warm Painting 3920 La Maja Vestida [Always Genuine] Jolly Painting 3920 Summer Carrot nose w/ leaf! Fine Painting 3920 Joyeusete [Always Genuine] Actor Otani Oniji III as the Yakko Scary Painting 3920 Only one finger pointing out! Edobei Proper Painting 3920 A Bar at the Folies-Bergere [Always Genuine] Neutral Painting 3920 Basket of Fruit Hole in big green left to the top left! Worthy Painting 3920 Liberty Leading the People [Always Genuine] Calm Painting 3920 A Sunday on La Grande Jette [Always Genuine] Moody Painting 3920 The Sower [Always Genuine] Wistful Painting 3920 Girl with a Pearl Earring Hat is red! Serene Painting 3920 Lady with an Ermine Fluffy cat! Scenic Painting 3920 The Hunters in the Snow [Always Genuine] Wild Painting 3920 Wind God and Thunder God Light on right. Sometimes a person will be missing or a posture will be incorrect. Approximately three-fourths of all art he sells are fakes. This includes all art that can be donated to the fine art section of the museum. Some notes about these headers: the "real" art that the painting is based off of is generally very well- known or popular. in this section." There's one major source for art. and it is not a reliable source. and a brief description of how to spot a fake. unlike previous games. Any other artistic representations in the game cannot be donated: for example. I will give you the ACNL name of the painting or statue. They don't exactly look like the actual painting or sculpture. the differences between the real art and the fake art is generally minute. A simple Google search will definitely yield the painting or sculpture. Art List In this section. Said source is Redd. You can look up the "real" art (these paintings and sculptures are based off of real paintings and real sculptures) and look for big differences. dark on left! Graceful 3920 Beauty Looking Back Looking left instead of right! Painting Strange Painting 3920 Ambassadeurs: Arsitide Bruant Longer hair (to shoulders)! Beautiful Statue 3920 Venus de Milo Her hair is down rather than up! Valiant Statue 3920 Winged Victory of Samothrace Bat wings! Gallant Statue 3920 David Cloth hanging down both shoulders! Robust Statue 3920 Townley Discobolus Bumpy disc! . there's an easy way to discern what paintings and sculptures are fakes before you but it. a table of all fine art is present. The fakes are slightly inaccurate. his usual reliance on fake art is apparent. However.Amber 1200 Ammonite 1100 Coprolite 1100 Dinosaur Egg 1400 Fern Fossil 1000 Dinosaur Track 1000 Archaeopteryx 1300 Peking Man 1100 Shark Tooth 1000 Trilobite 1300 Appendix H: Paintings & Statues Making up the fourth major exhibit hall in the Museum. Finally. bonsais. be sure to use the camera options in the room to their fullest so as to get the best look at the art! Buying Name Real Art Name How to Spot a Fake Price Dynamic 3920 The Great Wave off Kanagawa Mount Fuji is huge! Painting Solemn Painting 3920 Las Meninas Blonde girl is much taller! Quaint Painting 3920 The Kitchen Maid No hat! Basic Painting 3920 The Blue Boy Two arms bent! Famous Painting 3920 Mona Lisa Finger pointing to bottom left! Perfect Painting 3920 Still Life with Apples and Oranges [Always Genuine] Amazing 3920 The Night Watch White on left. the buying price from Redd (devoid of any external price fluctuations). Paintings & Sculptures are generally referred to as "Art.

 For the rods.  For the nets. Buying Name Obtainable From Unlock Method Improvement Price Axe 400 Gardening Store Unlock Gardening Store N/A Lasts 4x as long. Fingers pointing outward instead of Great Statue 3920 Kamehameha Statue Kohala upward! Mystic Statue 3920 Nefertiti Bust Spherical hat! Ancient Statue 3920 Shakoki Dogu Open eyes! Motherly Statue 3920 Capitoline Wolf Only one child below wolf! Appnedix I: Tools This brief appendix covers all of the tools in their most basic form: where and how to get them. In other words. the criterion for unlocking it from said source. Ahem. I'll narrow it down a bit. all stumps are Silver Axe 8M Island Gift Shop Unlock Island special Unbreakable. this list does not include the greatest tool of them all: Luigi. Happy tool hunting! Tools List No. In any case. Because "tools" tends to be a broad title for a lot of items in this game. This is especially useful for beetles. if needed. this table gives you the name of the tool. so this list includes all usable tools. so this section simply lists out the tools and how to get them. and the perfect town. etc. the source of said tool. Anyway. the larger catch radius means you do not necessarily have to be as close to the insect as you would have been before.  Where applicable. These tools are very varied (try saying that five times fast) in their unlocking methods. more Golden Axe 400 Gardening Store Buy 50 saplings likely to reveal special stumps Nooklings Net 500 N/A N/A Shop/Isabelle (Day 2) 30 or more insects Silver Net 500 Museum Shop Bigger catch radius donated Golden Net 500 Bug Off Full Insect Encyclopedia Biggest catch radius Nooklings Fishing Rod 500 N/A N/A Shop/Isabelle (Day 2) 30 or more fish/diving Silver Rod 500 Museum Shop Lengthens reaction time creatures donated Golden Rod 500 Fishing Tourney Full Fish Encyclopedia Longest reaction time Shovel 500 Nooklings Shop N/A N/A 15 or more fossils Silver Shovel 500 Museum Shop Potential for ore rock (?) donated Golden Gardening Store Slight chance of growing money 500 Buy 50 fertilizers Shovel (After merge) trees Gardening Watering Can 500 Unlock Gardening Store N/A Store/Isabelle (Day 2) Silver Can 500 Gardening Store Buy 50 flowers Larger watering radius Maintain perfect town Golden Can 500 Isabelle Largest watering radius status for 15 days Slingshot 500 Nooklings Shop Unlock T&T Mart N/A Silver 500 Balloon Pop lots of balloons (10?) Fires two pellets Slingshot Golden Pop even more balloons 500 Balloon Fires three pellets Slingshot (15?) . and the improvement (if any and if applicable) upon its preceding or lesser tool. "M" in the buying price denotes "medals. basic tools (Watering Can.  The silver axe is breakable. so I've included notes above the table.  See other appendices for unlock methods regarding the island. Other items are covered in other sections. the fish will take longer to get the bait. this section covers StreetPass items (earned via the HHA Showcase)." the island currency. Clarification on the latter may also be present in the notes. There isn't much "strategy" per se. the longer reaction time simply means that you have more time to catch the fish. Shovel. the buying price of said tool (which may or may not be applicable). quicker use.). so look elsewhere for more on each individual tool. so you will want to keep looking! (Glance over the TOC). shops. and Wetsuits.

Keep in mind that all wetsuits must be purchased at the island. see Appendix F: Diving. Balloon 500 7 Heart O. they are aesthetically pleasing. For more on the island. see the table for which StreetPass yields which item. Balloon 500 7 Red Pinwheel 500 4 Cyan Pinwheel 500 4 Orange Pinwheel 500 4 Blue Pinwheel 500 4 Yellow Pinwheel 500 4 Indigo Pinwheel 500 4 Green Pinwheel 500 4 Pink Pinwheel 500 4 Vanilla Ice Cream 500 8 Strawberry Ice Cream 500 8 Lemon Double Ice Mint Double Ice 500 8 500 8 Cream Cream Vanilla Soft-Serve 500 9 Choco Soft-Serve 500 9 Swirl Soft-Serve 500 9 Matcha Soft-Serve 500 9 Bubble Wand 500 6 Tweeter 500 10 Wet Suits For more on diving with regards to wetsuits. only balloons can be ordered from the Showcase. Generally. especially if the item matches your outfit. Anyway. the following table gives the item's name. Considering there isn't much to them. (If they're holding an item. Each subsequent time you StreetPass that player will yield a different item.  Ice Cream and Soft-Serve can be eaten. Balloon 500 7 Heart B. I simply list their name. Anyway. some tool-like items are obtainable at the Happy Home Showcase north of Main Street! These items can be held like tools. Although the previous sentence is true. Balloon 500 7 Heart Y. Balloon 500 5 Bunny G. their buying price. Buying # of Buying # of Name Name Price StreetPasses Price StreetPasses Bunny R. Balloon 500 5 Bunny C. Balloon 500 7 Heart I. However. you will start earning goodies if you talk to them. This section primarily concerns itself with the sheer existence of the following items rather than the Showcase plaza itself. Balloon 500 7 Heart P. for reference. as denoted below.  Pinwheels can be blown. see Appendix O: Island. Regardless.  Tweeters can be blown to produce noise. They will disappear afterwards. Balloon 500 5 Bunny I.Toy Hammer 10M Island Gift Shop Unlock Island N/A Megaphone 500 Nooklings Shop Unlock Super T&T N/A Timer 500 Nooklings Shop Unlock Super T&T N/A StreetPass Items List This section ties in with both Appendix Q: Wifi and Appendix P: Happy Home Academy & Expansions. though they can occassionally be found in homes in the Showcase. use the sections enumerated above for more on the particulars. Again. Balloon 500 5 Bunny P.  Bubble Wands can be blown to create bubbles. they will give it to you for free!). and StreetPass occurrence. They all cost the same prices. these items are received upon StreetPassing other players.  After you StreetPass a particular person for the tenth time. Balloon 500 7 Heart G. though their exact location varies. Balloon 500 5 Bunny B. Balloon 500 5 Bunny O. buying price (which isn't really all that applicable). Name Buying Price Source Black Wet Suit 40M Island Gift Shop Green Wet Suit 40M Island Gift Shop Orange Wet Suit 40M Island Gift Shop (Rare!) . Balloon 500 5 Red Balloon 500 2 and 3 Cyan Balloon 500 2 and 3 Orange Balloon 500 2 and 3 Blue Balloon 500 2 and 3 Yellow Balloon 500 2 and 3 Indigo Balloon 500 2 and 3 Green Balloon 500 2 and 3 Pink Balloon 500 2 and 3 Heart R. all wetsuits but the green and black incarnations are rare. though they usually serve no practical purpose. Please see those sections for more on StreetPasses and the Showcase Plaza. the items received from said person will be random. After your second StreetPass with a particular player.  The color/flavor received is random. and their location/source. the Wetsuits are enumerated below. The StreetPass items are not obtainable from any other source. Finally. Balloon 500 5 Bunny Y. Balloon 500 7 Heart C.

K. Happy song hunting! Name Buying Price Name Buying Price Name Buying Price K.K.K. selects. look at the title! It's often very descriptive with regards to which type of music it is! Because there really isn't much to these K. Once you've obtained the music. If requesting by name.K. and. Hence. 3200 Señor K.K.K. There's music for every preference and every type of room! Note that this section only covers the music itself and not Club LOL. I've decided to simply list their name and buying price. Rally 3200 K. gives you music. Those that are by request only have an asterik at the end of the nameWHICH YOU SHOULD NOT INCLUDE IF YOU REQUEST. Waltz 3200 K. most chillax players in the entire game. Parade 3200 K.K.K.K. 3200 K. Sonata 3200 K.K. Mambo 3200 Go K. K. 3200 Marin Song 2001 3200 K. K.K. Bazaar 3200 K.K. Condor 3200 K.K. Casbah 3200 My Place 3200 Space K.K. Song 3200 K.K.K. songs. Jazz 3200 K.K.K. He gives you free music every Saturday night that you can use to liven up your pad.K. Disco 3200 K. Faire 3200 Café K. And this free music ranges from Country to Pop to Electronic to Folk.K. Blues 3200 Mountain Song 3200 K. Rider 3200 Bubblegum K. Salsa 3200 K. they cannot be given based off of the random song K. 3200 K. Also.K.K.K. Lament 3200 K.K. House 3200 K.K. 3200 K.K. Metal 3200 K.K. be sure to enter the name exactly as it appears in the following table. Cruisin' 3200 Neapolitan 3200 K. 3200 K.K.K. Technopop 3200 Agent K. K. Samba 3200 Surfin' K. Anyway. Dirge 3200 K. 3200 Two Days Ago 3200 K.K.K.K. you can get one (and only one!) track every Saturday night from eight at night til two in the morning. Firstly. choose the songs for you.K.K. Aria 3200 K.K. Lullaby 3200 Only Me 3200 K. You can also start purhcasing K.K.K.K. Milonga 3200 Imperial K. Folk 3200 Pondering 3200 K.K. Étude 3200 DJ K. Chorale 3200 K. Western 3200 K. and you can request by name or by mood. Steppe 3200 I Love You 3200 K.K.K. You can even easily trade scores with other people.K. Stroll* 3200 K.K. March 3200 Soulful K.K. Rock 3200 To the Edge 3200 K. 3200 Spring Blossoms 3200 K. Bossa 3200 K. will let you request music after the first week.K. Music List Before we get to the list. K. Tango 3200 Mr.K. Swing 3200 K.K.K. Rockabily 3200 K.K. Island* 3200 K. if you're heavy on letting K.K. Ska 3200 K.K.K.K.(they will put up one song per day).K. (He only qualifies as "one of" because of Pascal). Flamenco 3200 Lucky K. 3200 K. Synth 3200 K.Pink Wet Suit 40M Island Gift Shop (Rare!) Striped Wet Suit 40M Club Tortimer Red Wet Suit 40M Club Tortimer White Wet Suit 40M Club Tortimer Blue Wet Suit 40M Club Tortimer Appendix J: K.K. Free music.K. it can be ordered through the Nooklings Shop for 3200 bells. Moody 3200 K.K. songs at the Nooklings Shop once they upgrade to T. he's one of the dopest. One last thing: songs can now be hung on the wall if you so desire. Love Song 3200 Steep Hill 3200 K.K. Ballad 3200 Wandering 3200 K. 3200 K. Birthday* 3200 .K.K. 3200 K.K. Oasis 3200 K.Y. is going to be your BFF for life--no joke.K. One last bit of advice: if you're looking for a particular type of music. Jongara 3200 K.K.K. Songs with accents or tildes must have said marking included in the request.K.K.K. Country 3200 Stale Cupcakes 3200 K. 3200 K.K. note that some songs are by request only.K. Fusion 3200 K.K.K. let me cover a few basics about K.K.K. Follow the link for more on Club LOL.K. Reggae 3200 K.I. Calypso 3200 Comrade K. Adventure 3200 Aloha K. to be honest. Safari 3200 Forest Life 3200 K. 3200 K. getting all of the songs is not as difficult as it used to be.K. D&B 3200 K.K.

K. but you can also hybridize these flowers into interesting and striking colors via careful flower breeding. With hybridization. pansies. Dixie 3200 Hypno K.. . (Note: The term "weed" in this Appendix can refer to the little green weeds that sprout every day or the weed-like flowers that occasionally grow for unknown reasons. however. Funk 3200 K..#. cosmos... this ignores things like outside obstacles and such.#. I'll stop raving now. or diagonally--any of these will work.K. . I have a group of five flowers that I've placed into three configurations: the rectangle. as this gives them the maximum amount of spots to grow.#. As always. .) These main flowers (usually) come in normal colors like red. Flowers are usually very easy to get considering you start out with plenty in your town to begin with! There are many flowers and flower types..#.. Nevertheless. you need these flowers to be touching each other so that they can hybridize. vertically.#. Okay.#. lilies.#. They cannot. . happy hybrid hunting! Growing Hybrids 101 Before we begin this section. 3200 K. . There are also "good" weeds like Jacob's Ladders and "bad" weeds like dandelions and clovers.Rockin' K. .. As proof. . including tulips.##. Hybrids' benefits are mostly localized to the aesthetics. I recommend that you have your breeding flowers look something like this: [Image coming soon!] .##. I highly recommend diagonal over the other methods unless you prefer the aesthetics or practicality of the other two layouts (diagonal is space-consuming by virtue of having the most hybridization spots).. This is especially true for larger groups of flowers--four or more. Take a look for yourself! Hybridization Patterns # = Flower . ... though primarily on the latter. you can get brilliant purples. so I'm glad that you're taking the time to learn how to be the best! Anyway. 3200 K.K. ..K. Marathon 3200 The K. Gumbo 3200 King K.14 | H-Spot . .K. . and the diagonal-pattern.K. (Flower-weeds are covered in the FAQ). Soul 3200 Appendix K: Hybrids This Appendix is all about flowers and hybrids. It is generally accepted that the perfect layout is to lay your flowers diagonally. and white--the main exception is the Purple Violet and the Pink Carnation.. This is because the hybrids can grow between the flowers. and they are certainly impressive to have. . ... roses. .. the line. and violets. you can start looking at how to get hybrids. be two spots or more away.16 | H-Spot . flamboyant pinks. = Hybridization Spot _______________________________________ Rectangular | Linear | Diagonal ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ . Moreover. other layouts--such as a plus--may be preferable if you have a Silver Watering Can that waters in a plus pattern. They can be touching horizontally. but they can also grow around each and every flower. let's talk about hybrids. Since hybrids are the result of two flowers. Anyway..#.20 ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ Of course. . yellow. I generally imply which I'm referring to when the term "weed" is brought up.#. carnations. The most common question I hear about hybrids is about the perfect layout of flowers.. _________________________________________ H-Spot .#. .. I'd just like to say that growing hybrids is one of my favorite parts of Animal Crossing.K. The first part of this Appendix will cover how to breed the flowers while the second part will go into the nitty-gritty details and such.. these original flowers look fine and all.. . Ragtime 3200 K. shall we! Once you've brushed up on the Hybrid Combos. and mystifying blacks.* 3200 K.K. This section discusses how to effectively and efficiently breed hybrids as well as giving you every single working hybrid combination.#.

At first. but this is usually a rare occurrence.White Rose | | Pink Rose (x2) 2) Pink Rose Breeding Pink Rose -----------. You may be wondering where you could possibly get all of these flowers. Leif's Gardening Center sells two a day in his smaller incarnation. as you've likely done. weeds. now it's the waiting game. your flowers will still not likely hybridize. (This becomes problematic with offspring plants--more on that later). hybrids are harder to get. you need to water each and every single breeding flower in your town every day. Even if you have the Green Thumb Ordinance in place. Your flowers need water. because they inherit characteristics of their parents. when further bred. flowers don't sprout other flowers by sheer willpower alone. they have a chance of wilting--a no-no for anything other than a potential Golden Rose). Flowers tend to have weak sprouting properties the day after they've been moved. so regular flowers spawn more easily than hybrids. those hybrids will serve as a new breeding pair. This is because putting multiple combinations together can lead your flowers to hybridize in non-hybrid-producing ways: for instance. Anyway. However. they're hybrids. they also inherit some of the characteristics of their parents. it can steadily increase your flower population over time. you don't start out with that many! Well. flower-looking weeds. However. of course. As a random note. and.. Hence. you should start getting regular flowers in no time! . Anyway. you may want to re-arrange or retire those flowers.. If you know that you will not be able to water flowers. you should take those and start a new flower patch. consult Hybrid Combos for more on which combinations of flowers actually produce viable hybrids. can produce flowers via the traits of their "parents. Other breeding pairs will refuse to hybridize under any and all circumstances. there are a few options. A Golden Can really helps with this endeavor. Regular flowers? I wanted hybrids! Well. Cheesy." Take. So now that you've got your flowers. hybrids spawn every day at 6 am sharp. for example. But only very likely--it is not certain.Pink Rose | | White Rose Ordinarily. They can eventually be cumbersome to hybridization if they become numerous. I recommend that you only attempt flower combinations for one type of hybrid as opposed to throwing all of one flower together. After all. and I recommend that you rearrange them as necessary when you have the drive to do so. While this isn't enough to start a hybrid-growing operation. Okay. Watering more than doubles the hybridization rate. without the Green Thumb ordinance. enact the Green Thumb ordinance to minimize the damage. Eventually you will start getting hybrids.. In summary. I've watered my flowers--what now? Well. so you can make rounds when you're available to check their progress. A final option is to go to the island and try out a tour that lets you keep items and that has tons of flowers to boot. I recommend insect-catching tours. flowers that have been bred from other flowers . Hence. Here comes the daily maintenance. you want to try to keep non-hybrid-producing matchups to a minimal. The Family Flower .Also. This is because of a certain hybridization trait explained below. Another option is to simply grow normal flowers from your hybrid- producing flowers (more on that later as well). As opposed to the Family Tree. I've found that some breeding pairs are very good and will yield you plenty of hybrids quickly.. Yes--I know. they can both use their "inner White Rose" to produce another White Rose. those Pink Roses would just produce Pink Roses. your flowers may randomly hybridize even without water. the following situation: 1) The Parent Flowers Red Rose -----------. What you'll very likely get are regular flowers. two yellow roses producing another yellow rose. Breeding pairs will not breed without water (and. after all. This means that these flowers. you should start accumulating hybrids relatively easily. Wait. it's time to get hybrids! Lay out your flowers using the above advice. New flowers. These guys sprout all of the time. When flowers are bred from other flowers.. you may not see much growing: don't fret.. Once you get duplicate hybrids. This breeding pair will be very likely to give you hybrids. Again. obviously--see Appendix I: Tools for more on that.

and Black hybrids.e. HylianAngel's flower guide. I'll go through them one-by-one starting with Darker-Colored Hybrids.can occasionally use one of the parent's characteristics when hybridizing. So. Make sure that only these special flowers are the only flowers that can be made--especially if you're using Orange Pansies! Once you identify a special version of the flower. (Barring the exception of parent flowers--see Growing Hybrids 101 for more). Fertilizer is highly recommended for both steps as the process can be very difficult and finnicky. These hybrids are generally harder to get than the average hybrid. A * denotes that it is a special version of the flower used to breed rarer hybrids. Just know that it exists! Finally. Kind of faulty. but just go with it. but there are ways to circumvent this. That pretty much sums up everything you'd ever want to know about hybrids! If you think that there's anything else I should add to this section. Finally. this hybrid tends to be more difficult to get. there are some intricacies. Anyway. Again. the combinations in this section are listed both in pictoral form and in table form. but it basically allows you to supercharge your hybrids for a day. Hybrids are the exception to this role. Hybrid Flower Parent Flower #1 Parent Flower #2 Pink Tulip Red Tulip White Tulip Orange Tulip Red Tulip Yellow Tulip Black Tulip Red Tulip Red Tulip Purple Tulip Orange Tulip Orange Tulip Pink Lily Red Lily White Lily Orange Lily Red Lily Yellow Lily . to whom I must give a big thank-you! The table form is presented afterwards for those who prefer a more concrete representation of the combinations. making them more likely to sprout new flowers. any two-flower combination will give you only the chance of getting either of the breeding flowers--for instance. using the parenting logic outlined above. Ordinarily. likely because you don't see many Blue Pansies or Black Lilies in the wild! They can be more difficult to get. Next you'll need to place these flowers together to create the new hybrid. with regards to certain hybrids. The Golden Rose is obtained by watering a wilted Black Rose with a Golden Watering Can. The pictoral form is courtesy of HylianAngel. for other hybrids like the Purple Tulip and Black Cosmos. Now. This can certainly help with hybrids that you've been having trouble with. please let me know: Contributing. My only advice for the Golden Rose is to make sure the Green Thumb ordinance is off so that your Black Rose can wilt. a Yellow Tulip and a White Tulip can only give you a Yellow Tulip or a White Tulip. you're going to have an even tougher time. with parents) for these flowers to hybridize. However. See Appendix I: Tools for more on how to get the Golden Watering Can. for the weird ones: Purple Pansies and Blue Roses. Note that this only happens somewhere around 10-25% of the time. These two hybrids are the result of "special" versions of normal flowers: i. you need specific combinations of flowers. Hybrid Combos In order to get hybrids. These guys are the results of other hybrids. you'll want to get the necessary hybrids to make the special normal flowers. so it's not exactly commonplace. Use either at your leisure! No non-hybrid combos are listed as they are implied. the general logic here is that. Fertilizer is recommended. the Red/Orange Pansy and the Red Rose. They have an additional option (or options. Anyway. Purple.. segregate it from the rest of your flower patch and wait for another special version of the flower. the special versions use part of the parents to create the new flower. These include Blue. meaning that you need a severe amount of luck considering hybrids in of themselves hybridize less often. which are the result of other hybrids hybridizing. I haven't discussed Fertilizer yet.

but. Yet. For obvious reasons. Seashells remain a quick source of income throughout the game. The Giant-Clam Shell is another shell that you should not hesitate to pick up. The Music Box will then play the song it was fused with in a slightly altered tone. me too. I recommend you pick up GIANT-CLAM SHELLS and PEARL OYSTERS when possible. they wouldn't be present without having some sort of use! Seashells List & Basics Seashells? I ditched seashells after Day 2. and Mushrooms Entering this Appendix. palm trees attract vibrant beetles. they cannot and do not supplement any sort of income afterwards. They are presented in the following table along with their selling price. Lullaby as opposed to K. Ore.. this large seashell can be taken to Cyrus--with a K. In Animal Crossing: New Leaf. fruits actually catch your attention for a much longer period of the game. Fruits fill a void that few other natural or synthetic items can fill--even with the full-fledged Gardening Center. and some of them have desireable properties. the selling price is the normalized Re-Tail price--no influences involved..K. After all. Use the table at your leisure: Name Selling Price Name Selling Price Pearl Oyster 1200 Sea-Snail Shell 90 Oyster 450 Coral 250 Sand Dollar 60 Giant-Clam Shell 450 Cowrie Shell 30 Scallop 600 Venus Comb 150 Conch 350 Fruits List & Basics Unlike seashells. this Appendix covers everything you could possibly ever want to know about. Nevertheless. trees are needed for "perfect" town status. form. certain songs fit the Music Box sound better (think K. Shells are only useful at the beginning of the game when trying to get started. barring a select few. you may think that the grouping above is odd--and I won't deny that it looks odd. but it also covers the practical uses and intricacies present with all of these items. Many villagers will ask for fruits. Of course. Moreover. .K. the selling prices are paltry. These shells are only obtainable on the beach. like you told me! Yeah. This section not only covers the encyclopedic stuff with regards to these natural items. Black Lily Red Lily Red Lily Pink Cosmos Red Cosmos White Cosmos Orange Cosmos Red Cosmos Yellow Cosmos Black Cosmos Orange Cosmos Orange Cosmos White Carnation Red Carnation Pink Carnation Blue Violet Purple Violet White Violet Orange Pansy Red Pansy Yellow Pansy Blue Pansy White Pansy White Pansy Red Pansy* Red Pansy Blue Pansy Orange Pansy* Blue Pansy Orange Pansy Purple Pansy Red Pansy* Red Pansy* Purple Pansy Orange Pansy* Orange Pansy* Pink Rose Red Rose White Rose Pink Rose Red Rose Red Rose Orange Rose Red Rose Yellow Rose Purple Rose White Rose White Rose Black Rose Red Rose Red Rose Red Rose* Orange Rose Purple Rose Blue Rose Red Rose* Red Rose* Golden Rose Black Rose (Wilted) >> Golden Watering Can << Appendix L: Seashells. shells spawn brazingly quick and they populate almost every corner of your beach. when starting. Technopop). The Pearl Oyster should be picked up when noticed for an easy 1200 bells. But there's a pattern. perfect fruits can be a great source of income. shells are relatively worthless when talking in the sums of bells needed to partake in Community Projects and such. shells. In ACNL. something that can grow. that is. they can get you just enough bells to purchase the tools needed to earn bells more efficiently and effectively. but it's really about personal preference there. again. song in hand--to make a Music Box. Fruit. Each of the categories listed above covers somethingnatural. you can never buy a seashell.K. afterwards. for good measure. there are ten unique shells that spawn on the beach. or appear on its own without any interaction on your part (though they can be helped by the player!). However. Hence.

you plant the fruit. Island Fruits. friends' towns. but they are different in that you can only get them from the island! .). The Fruits Before we go any further. getting fruits: there are only a couple of sources for non-native fruits. planting fruits: once you have your desired future-tree fruit.. The only discernable difference is found in individual towns. and finally the bamboo shoots category. set up a "fru exchange" to rack up the newest fruits. and Bamboo Shoots. you should choose a suitable spot to plant it with a shovel (yes. Once the tree has reached maturity. though. There's a bit more to the process.. They will not grow on the beach. it will take four Animal Crossing days until the tree will bear fruit. the fruit you start out with is the "native" fruit while all other main fruits are "exotic" fruits. Friends' towns are the easiest. This native fruit works like all of the other fruits. These sources include the following: other villagers (as gifts). you will only have one type of fruit growing. and I'll walk through those intricacies now. Again. Firstly. but my general recommendation is that you plant two or more spots away (I generally recommend an L with two spots out and then one spot in a perpendicular direction: _ _|. the island. This is referred to as your "native" fruit. and other sources. Palm Fruits. let's actually identify just what kind of fruit we're talking about! Remember how I talked about the different classifications of fruit? Native/Exotic Fruits. for instance). what about the other fruits--how do you get those? A variety of sources. and some are much easier avenues than others. so plant wisely! Finally. not the beach). If a mature tree is shaken for its fruit. the following table shows you just which fruits fit into each category! Native/Exotic Fruits Island Fruits Palm Fruits Bamboo Shoots Selling Price: 100 (Native)/500 (Exotic) Selling Price: 250 Selling Price: 250 Selling Price: 750 Apple Lemon Coconut Bamboo Shoot Cherry Lychee Banana Orange Persimmon Peach Durian Pear Mango The following sections discuss the fruits and their respective quirks. Island Fruits These fruits are like Native/Exotic Fruits in that they only grow up on the plateau section of your town (i.e. That's why fruit exchanges are far more preferred. barring Bamboo Shoots: you obtain the fruit (by shaking an existing tree or receiving it via gift). you need a shovel). Oh. it will give you three shiny. gifts.Fruit Growing Basics Let's start with the basics: when you arrive in your new town. Exotic fruits may be sold for five times as much as native fruits. they will develop into full-fledged trees. it will only take three days for them to regrow.. This maturation is the same for all fruits. The river and other buildings tend to be more forgiving. though. Well. Anyway. Secondly. new fruit. After being planted. Other fruits fall under the "island" category. the "exotic" category. and you repeat with your new tree. so you have relatively easy access to your first fruits. and one tree will never grow directly adjacent to another tree. actually: neighbors. plants need space. Native fruits have a couple of special properties. You also cannot plant trees anywehre near major obstacles like holding ponds or your house. and the shops (not until T&T Emporium!). Native/Exotic Fruits Native and Exotic Fruits fall under the same classification because native fruits and exotic fruits vary from town-to-town. other players online (trades. The tree will steadily get bigger over this period of time. New Leaf is a lot less stringent about planting trees than previous games. more special properties for each of these categories as well. the growing process: after your trees have made it past the sapling stage. Again. Just make sure they're on the green stuff (or the dirt) and your fruit trees should be fine. etc. Just keep trading until you get all of the fruits you need! These fruit trees are deciduous-like trees that will grow anywhere up on top of the cliff. Neighbors are slightly more finicky as they can give you a lot of things that aren't fruit. So you only start with one of these fruits. of which I'll get into later. right? Well.

you can get one from your island. Even more reason to dig up those shoots! Perfect Fruit Now. so perfect fruits have some other quirks as well. surrounded by obstacles. but their presence saves you the long and time-consuming trip to and from the island. but they can likely be traded earlier than that. Bamboo Shoots are especially hardy to crappy conditions. the next bamboo shoot will show up as buried next to the main plant. and you can sell it for 750 bells per fruit. Now. they are significantly more fragile than other fruit trees. in fact. if left buried. and they do not show up in tours. they are the only perfect fruit that will grow in your town. You start out with a perfect version of your native fruit when you first turn on your town. Palm Fruits These two fruits--Coconuts and Bananas--are the only fruits that can grow on beaches. and they are allergic to being next to water or cliffs--but there is usually an imaginary "median" line where your palm trees will grow. if you manage to run out of your native perfect fruit. this means that you could sell perfect fruit for upwards of 7000 bells apiece. bamboo shoots usually don't appear til late in the game as they are only given out by neighbors or bought at T&T Emporium. feel free to plant them as if they were any other deciduous-looking tree. or other trees). Once you get your island fruits back to town. if you notice an island fruit that you need. given it has room to do so. however. It's really quite simple. or from trades. Considering there are only two of these fruits. Underground. They basically are versions that sell for significantly more money: native perfect fruit sell for 600 bells while exotic perfect fruit for 3000 bells. Basically. Finally. This means that you should have a backup stock of perfect fruit at all times. With Bell Boom. If your pockets are full of fruit baskets of the perfect fruit. Keep selling away! Perfect fruit can also rot if you don't store them. so these fruits sell for half of your average exotic fruit despite the fact that you can only obtain one of them easily from your island. they will only grow on beaches. They come out slightly later than beetles on the island and they are only out for a few months out of the entire year. So where do you get Bananas and Coconuts? Well. Bamboo is. you can always fertilize one of the original native fruit trees in your town and it will start producing perfect fruits. they make up their own class because of some of their quirks. you need to unbury bamboo shoots in undesireable locations in order to prevent your bamboo from becoming a weed.Anyway. so once you get your bamboo shoots. you'll want to be wary of where you plant them. though they are still foiled by things like proximity to water/buildings/etc. When your perfect fruit trees cease to be productive. the bamboo shoot will sprout another plant. Anyway. This is your native island fruit. Hence. If you have to resort to this drastic measure. They have the same rules as the other trees we've encountered thus far--they don't grow adjacent to each other. while native perfect fruit sell for significantly less in your own town. but I feel it is imperative that Perfect Fruits receive their own section. your main objective is to grow tons of your native perfect fruit in your town and sell it another town where the native fruit is different than your own. Anyway. meaning that they may not produce a full yield of perfect fruit (it may be mixed on the tree) and they will eventually stop producing perfect fruit altogether. then you cannot grow perfect pears in your town. The latter is the easiest. you should have no problems nabbing them all! Also. and you can simply ship it on home. They do not show up as a native island fruit. the priciest fruit. bamboo. You can realistically only get persimmons late in the game from T&T Emporium. In the island tours. simply take it and put it in your box after the tour. from neighbors at any point in time. Hence. palm trees are very important in the summer as they will allow you to get palm beetles in your own town. Moreover. Perfect Fruits are modified versions of the Native/Exotic Fruits. The other island fruits--barring persimmons--can be obtained via trades or via the island tours. you could sell a million bells worth of fruit in one go. Anyway. so bamboo shoots take four days to grow and then they "sprout" a new bamboo shoot. it is highly recommended that you sell perfect fruits at a premium to maximize profits. However. given how widespread persimmons are. Persimmons are a bit trickier. For example. if your native fruit is an orange.. Firstly. I haven't mentioned this subclass of fruit at all yet. The other fruit will likely be derived from a trade or from one of the tours.e. Bamboo Shoots Bamboo Shoots are the weirdest fruit of them all. Your main alternative is to simply place your bamboo in a spot where it is impossible (i. chop them down and replace them with a new perfect fruit tree. be more careful next time! Perfect fruits are highly valuable! Ore List & Basics .

If you do. Firstly. See Re- Tail's section for more on item customization! Other than that. Throughout November. and that furniture piece is changed/replenished every day as new mushrooms spawn. As long as the stump does not sport the classic ringed center. Contacting me about them would be greatly appreciated. more power to you. I have quick and simple ways to extort both friendship and items of your fellow villagers.. special stumps can randomly sprout the following mushrooms: Name Selling Price Name Selling Price Name Selling Price Flat Mushroom 200 Skinny Mushroom 300 Famous Mushrooms 16000 Round Mushroom 200 Elegant Mushroom 10000 Famous Mushroom 16000 Most of those will also sprout in November. getting the Famous Mushroom also comes with a great reward (other than the selling price). See that section for more on improving your Feng Shui.. you can expect an Ore Rock perhaps once a month. These minerals come once a day and can be used for various purposes which I will describe later. So. so please bear with me and excuse any mistakes. stationery and its assorted and related quirks encompass one of the best ways to build friendship and one of the most cost-effective ways to earn furniture. all minerals-- including Gold Nuggets--can stylize certain furniture pieces. This section covers both how to write letters and what kind of stationery is available to you. many of us simply don't have the time or patience to write letters each and every day. :) Check out both of the following sections for full coverage! Writing Letters Letters are perhaps your best method of increasing your friendship with other villagers. If your letter is unreadable. the latter is not. That rock changes locations every day and it is completely breakable. Once you start hitting the rock. Anyway. the Piggy Bank can be infused with an Emerald." This Ore Rock is basically like any other boulder you see out there every day except for one little catch--it wasn't there yesterday. The former is self- explanatory. Ores randomly spawn each and every day in a "Ore Rock. it is imperative that you know how to write a good letter! .. Once you discover it. it will only show up near special stumps under a perfect town status. your daily Money Rock will be an Ore Rock. not the most vital parts of the game. I wish I had your patience--all of mine is invested in hybrids. The Famous Mushroom is the tricky one. Designs range from the Triforce to the ACNL leaf logo. mushrooms serve little purpose other than to be sold to Re-Tail. with great Feng Shui. however. However. Ore Rocks will only appear if you use your Silver Shovel on what would ordinarily be the Money Rock. There is only one piece per day. but I hope you wrestle use from it nevertheless! Finally--one last note. Neat. it really doesn't matter what it is. you have a chance of revealing a stump with a design that doesn't necessarily have rings defining the center of the tree.. So what are the uses of these Ores? Well. it's special! Anyway. ores simply offer another way to make money. Again. however. you want to be very . Moreover. all mushrooms can sprout near tree stumps with special designs on them. it will spit out random minerals. If you give three Golden Nuggets and 10000 bells to Cyrus. Anyway. when you chop down trees in your town. the classic Mario power-up music will play and your character will (temporarily) increase in size. Moreover. But. If you eat a Famous Mushroom. While all but the Famous Mushroom naturally sprout throughout the month of November. while most mushrooms sprout above the ground. For those of you who do write longer letters. Longer letters are especially susceptible to poor grammar. Any mispelling or instance of poor grammar is enough to render your letter unreadable. I'm not an expert on stationery (one of my least favorite parts of the game). you can whack it with your shovel to reveal one of six minerals. These ores can be as follows: Name Selling Price Name Selling Price Name Selling Price Gold Nugget 4000 Ruby 2000 Emerald 2000 Silver Nugget 3000 Sapphire 2000 Amethyst 2000 Occasionally. You definitely want to switch to your Silver Shovel when searching for the Money Rock. They are worth a few thousand a pop. he will create a random golden furniture piece. so feel free to sell them at your money-making leisure! Mushrooms List & Basics Mushrooms are one of the most bizarre natural items that you will stumble across.The third group of natural items you'll come across in your town is ores. Ore Rocks can appear twice a week or even more frequent. hence. For others who just want to write a quick letter to get it over with. though. Appendix M: Stationery While not the most interesting facet of Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Hence. villagers will not get as much friendship from the endeavor and they will not send gifts. the success of your letters is highly contingent upon writing with good grammar and punctual spelling. simply read the next few paragraphs. you can randomly find furniture from the Mushroom Series by locating mushrooms on the ground. huh? Other than that. For instance. with supbar Feng Shui. The chances of it appearing (and of your normal Ore Rock giving you a Gold Nugget) is somewhat dependent upon your Feng Shui. Golden Nuggets are the best of the bunch as they let you create golden furniture pieces. the Famous Mushroom will appear as buried next to the stump.

keep them short. Each piece of stationery has a different design in the background. it is imperative that you keep your letter simple--make sure a fifth grader could read it. Animal Crossing's word processor is especially stringent. something along those lines. They can be as simple as the following: Dear Isabelle. Visit Contributing if you have anything to add! Stationery List This section contains a comprehensive list of all stationery in the game. The type of item you send them has somewhat of an impact on what they send back. and to-the-point. Moreover. to those of you who want foolproof ways to write good letters. but you will potentially sacrifice the possibility to receive a gift in return or to increase the friendship between said villager and yourself. if you send them a gift. Your animal friends will write a long letter in response. semicolons. about gifts: ACNL's villagers are a tad more finnicky than villagers of other games. Of course. Anyway. but it's not a major repercussion. More info coming as the letter dynamic is studied further. you can take the risk of writing a longer letter. Now. Any mail received will automatically be cataloged for future reference and use and any paper you buy at the Nooklings Shop will be cataloged as well. You may see nothing wrong with your letter. I recommend that you attach either junk furniture items (preferable) or 100 bells. they will send *probably* send a gift back. but ACNL may see a fragment or a poorly-constructed sentence. and some stationaries are only obtainable via certain people or organizations--like the musuem or Jack. dashes. With regards to gifts. and colons) and only use words you know you can spell. Without further ado: Buying Buying Buying Name Source Name Source Name Source Price Price Price Butterfly Nooklings Airmail Nooklings New Year's 160 160 Nooklings Shop 160 Paper Shop Paper Shop Cards Nooklings Cloudy Nooklings Lacy Paper 160 160 Petal Paper Nooklings Shop 160 Shop Paper Shop Nooklings Maple-Leaf Nooklings Snowy Paper 160 160 Lined Paper Nooklings Shop 160 Shop Paper Shop Notebook Nooklings Flowery Nooklings Polka-Dot 160 160 Nooklings Shop 160 Paper Shop Paper Shop Paper Weathered Nooklings Ribbon Nooklings Sparkly 160 160 Nooklings Shop 160 Paper Shop Paper Shop Paper Nooklings Formal Nooklings Snowman Vine Paper 160 160 Snowman 160 Shop Paper Shop Paper Nooklings Leopard Nooklings Card Paper 160 160 Cow Paper Nooklings Shop 160 Shop Paper Shop Nooklings Shop Camouflage Nooklings Hamburger Nooklings Melody 160 160 (After Super 500 Paper Shop Paper Shop Paper T&T) Nooklings Nooklings Birthday Piano Paper 160 Nook Paper 160 Nooklings Shop 160 Shop Shop Card Four-Leaf Nooklings Academy HHA Lovely 160 160 Nooklings Shop 160 Paper Shop Paper Academy Paper Rainbow Nooklings Hieroglyph Nooklings 160 160 Lotus Paper Nooklings Shop 160 Paper Shop Paper Shop Nooklings Mosaic Nooklings Elegant Tile Paper 160 160 Nooklings Shop 800 Shop Paper Shop Paper Town-View Nooklings Imperial Nooklings 160 160 Ocean Paper Nooklings Shop 160 Paper Shop Paper Shop Industrial Nooklings Fireworks Nooklings 160 160 Floral Paper Nooklings Shop 160 Paper Shop Paper Shop Mushroom Nooklings Nooklings Composer 160 Star Paper 160 Nooklings Shop 160 Paper Shop Shop Paper Bathtub Nooklings Nooklings 160 SMB3 Paper 160 Cool Paper Nooklings Shop 160 Paper Shop Shop . Again. and. Hi! How are you? Sincerely. they don't always send you gifts-- especially if you aren't good friends with them. Firstly.careful--stick to basic sentence construction (avoid multiple clauses. SL Yep. simple.

It sells just about everything you could need--tools (Appendix I: Tools). Firslty. Nooklings Shop is located on Main Street near the entrance/exit to your town.10:00pm Early Bird 6:00am . some background: the Nooklings Shop is run by Timmy and Tommy.K. hence. K. K. browse this section. Tom Nook was the owner of the general convenience shop in other games. I generally use "Nooklings Shop" to refer to Timmy's and Tommy's shops in general. I would also sell a few of your fish/bugs/seashells/fruit to Nooklings Junction in order to ensure that the shop will be upgraded to T&T Mart in a timely manner. Here are the items the Nookling Junction has for sale:  Tools (2x)  Fortune Cookies (1x)  Stationery (1x)  Wrapping Paper (1x)  Furniture (2x) The furniture line the northwestern portion of the shop whilst the tools occupy a bench in the middle. Also. T&T Mart . While the items regenerate every day. Nookling Junction Unlock Method Available from start Hours 8:00am . Each upgrade houses different items and different numbers of items. and you should use Nookling Junction to supply the tools you need going forward. Tom Nook's nephews. Nooklings Bubble Nooklings Buttercup Forest Paper 160 160 Nooklings Shop 160 Shop Paper Shop Paper Nooklings Nooklings Lemon- Tartan Paper 160 Plaid Paper 160 Nooklings Shop 160 Shop Shop Lime Paper Nooklings Bejeweled Nooklings Geometric Crater Paper 160 160 Nooklings Shop 160 Shop Paper Shop Paper Southwest Nooklings Night-Sky Nooklings 160 160 Chic Paper Nooklings Shop 160 Paper Shop Paper Shop Goldfish Nooklings Halloween Gallery 160 Jack 160 Redd 160 Paper Shop Paper Paper Museum Post-Office Museum 160 Post Office 160 Paper Paper Appendix N: Shops & Services Nooklings Shop For the record. Tom Nook now owns a realty agency. you cannot return to a non-upgraded version of Nooklings. Overall. so I try not to refer to one in lieu of the others. It is to the right of the bisecting street leading to the HHA Showcase. Timmy and Tommy will also purchase items from you. the shop doesn't offer wallpaper or flooring. furniture (Appendix A: Furniture). I use Nooklings Shop.). songs (Appendix J: K. Nooklings Shop comes in five different iterations. It is relatively small and dingy with a few items to boot.10:00pm Night Owl 8:00am . I know each of you has a different Timmy & Tommy shop.12:00am The Nookling Junction is the first and best shop you'll have on Main Street for a while. songs. Sell at Re-Tail as Nooklings only pay about 80% of what Reese will pay! The Nooklings also can't purchase certain items like Fortune Cookie items and recyclable items. carpets and wallpaper (Appendix B: Wallpaper & Flooring). once your shop is upgraded from a previous iteration. but they will do so at a lower rate than Re-Tail. The Nooklings Shop is one of the most versatile and frankly useful shops around. stationery (Appendix M: Stationery). For more on each of the individual upgrades. you start out with the smallest incarnation of the shop and quickly work your way up to the larger--and more spacious--versions of the shop. While this Appendix doesn't cover the items the Nooks sell. and a few other miscellaneous items. The other items take up a bench on the eastern wall. which is also covered in this Appendix. but Timmy and Tommy usually did help in the biggest version of Tom Nook's shop. I recommend you buy every furntiture item you don't already own. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you.K. it does cover which types of items they sell and in what quantities they are sold. or other desirable items. fortune cookies. and they each have different hours as well.K.

10 days have passed for Gardening Center and T&T Mart Hours 9:00am .8:00pm Night Owl 9:00am .I. Make house down payment of 10000 bells.e. This is despite the lower prices..8:00pm Early Bird 6:00am .12:00am Super T&T is unlocked by first unlocking the Gardening Center and letting it reside in your Main Street for ten days alongside your T&T Mart. T&T Mart is slightly bigger with more goods (it's like a convenience store). Not all items are order-able with notable exceptions being the rarer items that you will come to covet: golden tools. You're going to need to get used to the slower hours. golden furniture.12:00am Early Bird 6:00am . You should also make efforts to sell at T&T Mart in order to get the next upgrade--to Super T&T! Super T&T Unlcok Method Spend 25000 @ T&T Mart.I. T&T Mart is open much longer than Nookling Junction and Re-Tail. These items are found at the red catalog machine and they are sorted by type of item then sub-sorted alphabetically. This goal is certainly attainable in ten days if you sell your goods early in the morning or late at night at T&T Mart--as you should. Keep spending away to reach T. Nevertheless. T&T Mart offers the following items on a daily basis:  Fortune Cookies (2x)  Medicine (1x)  Tools (3x)  Wrapping Paper (1x)  Carpet (1x)  Wallpaper (1x)  Stationery (1x)  Furniture (3x) Keep buying furniture you don't already own.. 10 days have Method passed Hours 7:00am . You must also spend or sell 25000 bells worth of merchandise at T&T Mart to give the Nooks enough funds to renovate.5:00am You earn T&T Mart after you've spent or sold 12000 bells worth of goods at Nooklings Junction. so it may be preferable to simply sell your goods there when Re-Tail isn't open. Unlock Spend 12000 @ Nookling Junction. Finally.11:00pm . Super T&T sells the plain old stuff we've been seeing for a few weeks now. Also.Y. so either set ordinances as needed or carve time out of your day to play.I. For more on The Gardening Center @ T. follow the link! Unlock Method Spend 50000 bells @ Super T&T. Here's the breakdown:  Fortune Cookies (2x)  Medicine (1x)  Tools (3x)  Wrapping Paper (1x)  Carpet (2x)  Wallpaper (2x)  Melody Card (1x)  Wall Furniture (1x)  Furniture (3x) The Wall Furniture can be hard to spot as it's along the northwesternmost wall. those wares aren't really anything new for the experienced shopper. ten days must have passed since you first started (i.Y.Y. You also must have paid your down payment for your house. you should notice that your shop's hours are starting to constrict significantly. Also be sure to start picking up your wallpaper and floorings to fill your now-accessible catalog. though it is notable as it offers you the ability to order items that you have obtained before. It simply sells more of said stuff. and other rare sets. be sure to look up! Otherwise. meaning that you no longer have a tent. Anyway. Super T&T resembles a supermarket with plenty of shopping carts and an overall "produce" feel.!~ T. got Nooklings Junction). 21 days as Super T&T Hours 10:00am .12:00am Night Owl 7:00am .

Songs (1x)  Wall Furniture (1x)  Furniture (4x) Obviously. Visitors to your town can also buy items up for sale.Y. Moreover. and villagers can approach the item while you're in the shop and offer to buy it.K. additions. and this section will mimic that. are we? T. You set the starting price. She is also the only way to recycle certain undesirable items like trash.. Anyway. it is the only way (other than via a Trash Can and mail) that you can get rid of these items.I. Only certain items can be up for sale.Y. It is sold at about 3200 bells.3:00am Moving up again.Y. handling the wares as they are put up and later bought. . However.Y. They will hand you the funds directly.11:00pm Night Owl 10:00am . T.I. the flea market allows both villagers in your town and yourself to put items up for sale.12:00am Coming Soon! Re-Tail Re-Tail is the second most versatile shop available to you upon the creation of your town--it is somewhat like a Flea Market. Reese is also the caretaker of the flea market. but they cannot put items in your flea market space. also represents another big leap in the wares you can purchase at Nooklings.11:00pm Early Bird 6:00am . section for more about what Leif sells as his wares have drastically increased! T&T Emporium Unlock Method Spend 100000 @ T. but she also disposes items that you do not want and cannot sell atNooklings Shop. Early Bird 6:00am . the Gardening Center merges with T. It has fertilizer all over the shop as well as matching the hours of your typical home imrpovement store. The shop is basically bisected into two different sections.Re-Tail Unlock Method N/A. and you can offer to buy the item while browsing the shop. they will do so overnight. and T.K.I. or customize furniture to your desired color palette.11:00pm Night Owl 6:00am . Basically. Complete 4 Gracie fashion checks. T. is earned by spending a big chunk of change at Super T&T and waiting 21 days (three weeks) for the upgrade.2:00am Reese is the pink alpaca and main matron of the shop. There are eight slots. (Do It Yourself).9:00pm Night Owl 9:00am .9:00pm Early Bird 6:00am . including the most preferrable place to sell your goods as well as a great place to add some flair to your furniture pieces. If a villager puts an item up for sale. is a pun on D.Y. Re-Tail is your destination for a lot of your "other" needs. renovate.I. I'm keeping the two sections separate for clarity. Here's what they sale and in what quantities:  Fortune Cookies (2x)  Medicine (1x)  Tools (3x)  Wrapping Paper (1x)  Carpet (2x)  Wallpaper (2x)  Stationery (2x)  Melody Card (1x)  K. but one of the owners will also buy goods from you at full price. to receive.I. is your quinteseential home improvement store.Y. While she does so at a fee. Song is the most intrigiuing of the. The optimal price for your flea market items is about three times the price that you would sell it to Reese. and these are denoted in Appendix J: K. The other owner can refurbish.Y.. She not only buys the vast majority of items from you.I. Hence.I. the K.I. at this point.Y. Hours 9:00am . Here is the first of the two: Reese . to form a more complete shopping complex. 30 days as T.Y. available from start Hours 9:00am .I. meaning you can easily stock your music collection each and every day of the week! Do note that there are some songs that you must request from K. uh. Visit the Gardening Center @ T.K.K.

he will offer you awesome new tools that will make landscaping much. you don't earn upgrades to Leif's store by shopping with him. the Gardening Store will merge with the Nooklings Shop and Leif will offer more wares and services. Live in town Method for one week Hours 9:00am . This section follows those three remodelings.Y.11:00pm This is The Gardening Center. The Gardening Center goes through three phase changes. Cyrus . Leif owns his own store which is directly adjacent to Nooklings Shop. sells everything from bushes to house-plants and from fruit to watering cans. Leif's store is really simple when it's built in your town. Reese also purchases items that you want to sell at a rate unmatched by the Nooklings.I.Y. Leif.I. Hours 10:00am .11:00pm Early Bird 6:00am . follow the link! Unlock Method Unlock T.11:00pm Night Owl 10:00am . and. he only has four wares to sell everyday. if you buy a lot of supplies from Leif.8:00pm Night Owl 9:00am . Once you reach T.Y. but it will eventually grow to be a landscaping powerhouse.11:00pm Early Bird 6:00am . meaning it is the original shop. the Gardening Center merges with the Nooklings Shop so that Leif can expand his wares. Over time.Y. Of course. For more on which tools are offered and when they are offered.I. the new and improved Gardening Center offers the following items for sale daily: . you earn upgrades by increasing the size of the Nooklings Shop. I will tell you what he sells. However. itself. Catalog 10 clothings.11:00pm Night Owl 6:00am . Earning Cyrus shouldn't be a problem. Buying the flowers will get you a Silver Watering Can while the saplings will net you a Golden Axe--both of which are major assistances when working in your town. Prices vary from item-to-item. However. The Gardening Center Unlock Method Live in town for five days Hours 9:00am .3:00am After a few long weeks of floundering with Leif's admittedly poor wares. the flea market acts as the perfect space for you to discard furniture items you really don't want. not all furniture can be customized--check out Furniture Customization in Appendix A: Furniture for more on what specifically can be customized. the color schemes are provided by the game rather than up to your own decision. she purchases at a full one-quarter of their purchase price unlike the Nooklings who skim a good 20% off of that one-quarter mark. They are the following:  Flower Packs (x2) @ 80 bells  Tools (x1) @ 400-500 bells  Tree Sapling (x1) @ 60 bells While that isn't a lot.Y section for more on how to upgrade the Nooklings Shop! The Gardening Center @ T. Catalog 50 furnitures. rather. much easier.Hence. Subsequent upgrades are denoted by their location. check out the Tools List in Appendix I: Tools. Anyway. you should buy the flowers and saplings anyway--even if you don't need them.Re-Tail Unlock Sell 100000 bells of goods to Reese.. but they are disheartening for the average ACNL landscaping enthusiast. Just sell goods to Reese over the first week.I. and you'll reach that 100000 mark in no time! Gardening Center The Gardening Center is one of your favorite shops if you're big on improving your town via natural ways. when Leif first moves in. For more on T. While I don't explicitly cover the uses of these objects in this section. Consult the T. for most items. we finally get a reprieve! Leif actually starts offering stuff we might want! That's not to say that basic flowers and saplings are disconcerting. At first.8:00pm Early Bird 7:00am . the sloth-owner of the Gardening Center.I. over time. Anyway.2:00am Cyrus lets you customize furniture.

long-sleeved. all of the sisters have Mannequins to give out. handles the sales of all of the four clothing types enumerated two paragraphs ago. Search for "Garden Center" without the quotation marks and you're golden! The Gardening Center @ T&T Emporium Coming Soon! Able Sisters Unlock Method N/A. but you get the point. Mannequins cannot be placed on the ground--only in your house. Pro Designs can be worth it for more complex clothing. Basically. available from start Hours 10:00am . Also. Her shop is very straightforward. Finally. the brown hedgehog. some of the bushes are exclusive to Leif (actually.Purchase 51 items from her side of the shop and she will give this Mannequin to you after purchasing an item!  Sable . making them desirable fashion bearers or an accent for a fashion-based room. Mabel. Hence. Bushes don't grow on their own. pants. . And. If you talk to her enough (usually once a day for about a week) she'll bestow upon you the QR Code Machine. while she is undoubtedly terse when you first start shopping. the Able Sisters have it! Well. Mabel allows you to add extra flair to your designs by customizing different portions of your desired output (shirt.  Flower Packs (x2)  Bush Saplings (x2)  Tree Saplings (x1)  Tools (x1)  House Plants (x1) The new stuff obviously is the most interesting. She will also lose a bit of her polished speaking. Sable. but I'll leave it up to you to discover what happened! Labelle's daily wares consist of the following:  Hats (x3)  Facial Accessories (x3)  Umbrellas (x1) Finally. so the Able Sisters is basically divided into two sections: the Mabel and Sable shop which deals with Pro Designs. She also handles Pro Designs. the bushes: Leif (and the Island) are your only sources of new bush starts. after quite a bit of shopping. most of them are). or short-sleeved) (x3)  Pants/Shorts (x2) She can also hold eight designs worth of clothing in the shop. and the Labelle shop that sells accessories like hats and facial items. this machine allows you to take designs that you create and turn them into QR codes that other 3DS' can read and download. shirts.. she will start to liven up and grow more friendly. they can also be an impediment if you want to create a simple painting or tile! Mabel's daily wares include the following:  Shirts (dresses. You have to meet their specific requirements to get them.Befriend Sable and purchase 50 items from the entire shop! She will give it to you one day after talking to her. but they are very desirable to have in your town as they can create hedges or otherwise make your town aesthetically pleasing. QR Codes. hat.9:00pm Early Bird 7:00am . meaning that others can browse a selection of these designs. You can dress them up in complete outfits. If you pick up a Mannequin from your house. There's a bit of a backstory here with the sisters. While you can create designs on your own. and some bushes are exclusive to the Island.). If it's in Appendix C: Clothing.12:00am The Able Sisters are your destination for all things clothing-related. however:  Mabel . Labelle is the last sister. Firstly.9:00pm Night Owl 10:00am . handles the sewing machine and hence the QR Code Machine.  Labelle . She is more uptight and runs the accessory portions of the store.Purchase items in Labelle's side of the shop for 31 consecutive or nonconsecutive days to earn her Mannequin! She will award it to you after purchasing an item. etc. the blue hedgehog with whom you will primarily deal. it will retain the clothing placed on it. and shorts. The House Plants are found in Appendix A: Furniture's Furniture List. Anyway. unless it's one of those special clothing items. Non-Pro-Designs do not allow this. however.. dresses. If you want to know exactly which plants he sells. simply press Ctrl + F to open up the Find bar on your browser. so Mabel and Sable handle the main portions of the shop. Anyway. The QR Code Machine facilitates a wider diffusion of designs for all intents and purposes.

bushes. and the visitng player will retain the original item. if I wanted a Sweets Sofa in May." achievement medals. duping is accomplished by dropping the item that you want to dupe in someone else's town while visiting. it is unclear what Nintendo's stance on such a duplication or whether it will be discontinued through the release of a patch at some point. DLC items. diving creatures. wetsuits. flip-flops. This duped item will now be in their town. That's their choice. Q: What is duping? A: "Duping" is short for duplicating. a second floor to the museum. a coffee shop. The other two flower- . this is devastatingly effective in getting items that you ordinarily would get in. Because ACNL is highly dependent on what time of the year it is. The Rafflesia is a putrid orange flower-like thingy that only sprouts when your town is in extreme disrepair. I could simply time travel to October and buy it from Gracie's. Q: What is TTing or time traveling? A: Time traveling is the process of altering your 3DS' clock (or the Animal Crossing clock) so as to "travel" to another point in time. new holidays. but I understand the general notion behind it--I'm ambivalent. Well. furniture customization. and ruining your neighbors' friendships. I myself don't like the prospect of it. I myself do not time travel. Others may not want to deal with time traveling. If done correctly. k? Anyway. two new varieties of flowers.) (x2) Shampoodles Coming Soon! FAQ Q: What's new? A: This is one of the biggest questions that skeptical veterans ask. time traveling can help with loads of things: from creating weeds for your weed-pulling badge to letting you catch the last fish in your Encyclopedia to allowing you to buy turnips when a friend has exorbitant turnip prices. two normal shops. a StreetPass showcase.8:00pm Early Bird 7:00am . spoiling turnips. say. Q: Could you tell me more about the flower-weeds (Appendix K: Hybrids)? A: Sure! These are basically flower-like weeds that randomly sprout in your towns for various reasons. just read through the guide--you'll get a feel for how it works in the game. as he or she is ending. "best friends. just as it's your choice to time travel or not. the return of the island. Anyway. the flower-weeds are different. new villager personalities. a gardening store. but they are impossible otherwise to attain. It attracts flies and ant and other vile insects. For instance. It's that simple. mayoral duties. At this point in time. It doesn't upgrade nor does it really change at all. Community Projects. and other staples. fish. sculptures. which is basically the process of making one items into two items via a wireless glitch. you'll want to spend 8000 bells at the Able Sisters. etc. Firstly. it is a store that sells both shoes and socks! The shop is very basic with no other catches to it. time traveling does have some risks. this will leave the hosting player with the item on the ground. See the Walkthrough for more on perfect. To unlock Kicks. a shoe/socks store. house customization. More precisely. the risks you assume by duping are yours and yours alone. art. If you're curious about any of the above. bugs. rendering you itemless. Of course. The first one is desirable and only sprouts when your town is in "perfect" status.) (x4)  Socks (tights. Do note that there are some risks with this method. I do not assume the responsibility for anything that goes wrong with your duping. If you time travel over extensive periods of time. but I will withhold my personal viewpoints and save them for the water cooler. let me do my best to answer! In addition to the usual slew of new furniture. which isn't all that difficult if you're working to fill your catalog. more expansions. Again. These aren't hard to produce when your town is perfect. and tons of other features. creating weeds. new fruit. new NPCs. clothing. but. the player who brought and dropped the item will flick the wireless switch approximately three-fourths through the first rotation of the little loading circle. regardless. Let me know if there is a different timing that works better for you. more villagers. clogs. this weed is the Jacob's Ladder. socks. they can even be placed in your house! The only weeds that you can't pick up are the Rafflesia and the unnamed weed. Please respect each other and get along. Duping works on any and every item--including the non-orderable items--so you can easily multiply the hard-to-get stuff and sell it. Unnamed weeds grow everyday and should be plucked as you make your rounds. the duping process may swallow up the original item. ankle socks. many people look down upon time traveling as a form of cheating. Be wary of your choices and reflect upon the repercussions. you risk ruining your flowers. there are (*inhales large gasp of air*) shoes. In terms of timing. if you time it incorrectly.11:00pm Kicks--run by Kicks the skunk--is a shoe store. fossils. They can be picked up and replanted like weeds.8:00pm Night Owl 10:00am . Anyway. etc. I will address duping for a bit here. However. July. Kicks just sells goods.Kicks Unlock Method Spend 8000 bells at Able Sisters Hours 10:00am . Simply keep buying away! Kicks sells the following wares on a daily basis:  Shoes (boots. and it basically looks like a green leafy plant with white bell flowers. three- fourths through that loading circle is what I found to work best. Now. a longer beach. The player who is hosting will now end the session.

this has been removed in ACNL. Wisp used to act as a benevolent ghost who would bestow gifts or even complete tasks like de-weeding your town. even it wasn't. save. build your new character's tent. You can still find Genie's Lamps. in previous Animal Crossings. not spoiled) past the one week date. However. Q: Is there a way to change where villagers move in? Or restrict their move-in spots? A: There is a way to change where they move in. the day before that! Q: Is Wisp still around? A: No. though those now act as furniture items rather than portals to the telecommunications of the afterlife. keep Jacob's Ladders. Again. a glitch existed where you could place turnips on your tables and they would remain "good" (i. Otherwise. I usually sell dandelions and clovers. but you have to know on which day they're going to start building their house. So. *sadface* . though they are indiscriminate of your town's status. it wouldn't really be applicable to the huge scale with which you need to buy and sell turnips to fund Community Projects. and Dandelions can transform into Dandelion Puffs over time. Again. this only works on the day they start to build their house--not when they have the boxes.. this trick is useless. you should start the game with a new character file. and. you can simply reset. They are both mildly undesirable. For the record. Poke around your town and locate your new villager. to each their own! Q: Is the table-turnip glitch still around? A: For those who are unfamiliar. If you don't like his or her house's spot.weeds--clovers and dandelions--occasionally sprout in your town. It is unclear why he was removed. Wisp has been removed. and immediately delete said character file (unless you want to keep him or her). However. and never let my town reach the state of having Rafflesias.e. if that spot is acceptable. if you have a feeling a villager is going to move in.