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Re: PoOT Q&A

by Cherubae » May 23, 2022 8:01 pm

The silo can be anywhere as far as I know. I have a coop in the first area and the silo in the second area and it fills the feed bins just fine.

Re: PoOT Q&A

by Guest » May 23, 2022 5:28 pm

Anyone know how far a barn/coop can be from the silo for the auto-feeders to work? Do they have to be in the same area, or if I have the chicken coop in area 1 and the silo and barn in area 2, it would work for both? Thanks!

Re: PoOT Q&A

by Harvest Moon Kid » Feb 09, 2022 4:17 am

Anonymous Fish wrote:Level 3 Cooking for Bread

And you use the Textile Maker for Cloth. Which requires Thread from the Thread Maker
Thank you.

Re: PoOT Q&A

by Guest » Feb 08, 2022 9:26 pm

Level 3 Cooking for Bread

And you use the Textile Maker for Cloth. Which requires Thread from the Thread Maker

Re: PoOT Q&A

by Harvest Moon Kid » Feb 06, 2022 10:21 pm

What cooking level, do I need to be for making Bread? Second question: what Maker makes cloth for outfits?

Re: PoOT Q&A

by dandelions. » Jan 25, 2022 4:27 pm

Harvest Moon kawaii wrote:My question is that I wonder if anyone could list for me the materials listed to unlock everything in the third farm area, so I can write everything down? They give you so much to unlock in the third area. :o
Spoiler:
dilapidated silo
  • brick x20
  • silver ingot x10
rotted beehive
  • durable lumber x20
  • tough grass x50
dilapidated stable
  • lumber x50
  • solid lumber x40
  • supple lumber x30
old hydroculture plant
  • mirage lumber x50
  • orichalcum ingot x50
  • suction pump x20
  • olive crystal x10
dilapidated bridge
  • supple lumber x30
  • silver ingot x10
  • OR 30,000G
I was super overwhelmed with the third area when I unlocked it too! Just focus on one thing at a time so it doesn't seem so bad. The second thing I unlocked was the bridge to the mine.

Re: PoOT Q&A

by Shan O 123 » Jan 25, 2022 11:38 am

Hmm…. To gather everything and writing it down is going to take some time lol. I can try booting up my boy file and unlocking the third area and see what I can do for you.

Re: PoOT Q&A

by Harvest Moon kawaii » Jan 25, 2022 10:12 am

Thanks. I already gave Iori a few mushrooms. He's at 4 hearts now. :)

Guys, I unlocked the third in-game area on the farm in Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town!! I was able to tame the Silkie Chicken and white alpaca. I saw the horse and brown alpaca. But, I didn't have the horse stable (?) built and my animal care level wasn't high enough to tame the brown alpaca.

Still, I'm really excited. But, there's so many things to restore/rebuild in this third area that I'm a bit overwhelmed. I know I definitely want to restore the horse stable thing first, though.

I'm still at the end of Spring, Year 1.

My question is that I wonder if anyone could list for me the materials listed to unlock everything in the third farm area, so I can write everything down? They give you so much to unlock in the third area. :o

Re: PoOT Q&A

by Harvest Moon Kid » Jan 24, 2022 3:53 pm

Harvest Moon kawaii wrote:
Shan O 123 wrote:You’ll unlock recipes by building up your skills. So just keep doing your normal chores and you’ll eventually unlock everything. For cooking just eat everything at the restaurant/cafe and said recipe will appear in your kitchen.

Honestly the Mystery Files is a late game bonus I wouldn’t worry about it now.
Okay, thanks so much.

I forgot ask in my last post, but what are the easiest gifts for Iori? I read on the guide page that it seems like the easiest things for me to get for him right now, I think, are fishing bait, and mushrooms.

I'm in late Spring Year 1, and unlocked his second heart event mostly just by talking with him every day.
Lori loves Shiitake Mushroom and Shimeji Mushroom.

Re: PoOT Q&A

by Shan O 123 » Jan 23, 2022 8:01 am

Anything. The villagers doesn’t have a dislike gift. Lol.

Re: PoOT Q&A

by Harvest Moon kawaii » Jan 23, 2022 7:19 am

Shan O 123 wrote:You’ll unlock recipes by building up your skills. So just keep doing your normal chores and you’ll eventually unlock everything. For cooking just eat everything at the restaurant/cafe and said recipe will appear in your kitchen.

Honestly the Mystery Files is a late game bonus I wouldn’t worry about it now.
Okay, thanks so much.

I forgot ask in my last post, but what are the easiest gifts for Iori? I read on the guide page that it seems like the easiest things for me to get for him right now, I think, are fishing bait, and mushrooms.

I'm in late Spring Year 1, and unlocked his second heart event mostly just by talking with him every day.

Re: PoOT Q&A

by Shan O 123 » Jan 23, 2022 6:51 am

You’ll unlock recipes by building up your skills. So just keep doing your normal chores and you’ll eventually unlock everything. For cooking just eat everything at the restaurant/cafe and said recipe will appear in your kitchen.

Honestly the Mystery Files is a late game bonus I wouldn’t worry about it now.

Re: PoOT Q&A

by Harvest Moon kawaii » Jan 23, 2022 6:06 am

Hey, guys quick question.

How do I get more recipes? Do I have to buy them? Or, do I get them automatically with the next house upgrade?

I'm on Spring Year 1, and one of the Mystery Case Files requires for me to make Jacopo some hot milk. But, I don't have that recipe available at all. I've never actually cooked in the game before, so I don't know how it works.

Re: PoOT Q&A

by RodCopper Fishin » Dec 23, 2021 3:01 am

Here are some screenshots from the event I found in a Reddit post: https://www.reddit.com/r/storyofseasons ... s_so_cute/

Anyone trigger this event yet?

Re: PoOT Q&A

by Shan O 123 » Dec 22, 2021 10:58 am

There’s more family events? I’ve gotten the family picnic and with that it triggers right after you wake up on a sunny, non-festival day after your kid’s first birthday as a full grown child.


I’m not sure about the event you’re speaking of but I’ll look into it.

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