Items (Harvest Moon: GB)

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Items[edit]

  • Ranch Master Idol: This is a plant you get after you get all three gifts and become Ranch Master.
  • Axe: It takes six hits to break up a stump when using it. If you move the D-pad you will have to start over. You start with this.
  • Golden Axe: After the earthquake go to the upper room with your Axe in hand and go to the edge of the area. Press "A" and you'll throw the Axe in. The Harvest Goddess will come out and ask you if it's yours, say no. She will give it to you for being honest. It takes one hit to break up a stump.
  • Hammer: You use this to break the boulders on your ranch. If you move your character you must hit the boulder six more times. It takes six hits to break a boulder. You start out with this.
  • Golden Hammer: During your second expansion the carpenter will come to your ranch and ask if he can use your hammer (to use on your house). If you say YES he'll improve it before he returns it back to you, if you say no, you're in trouble. It can break up a boulder with one hit.
  • Sickle: You use this to cut grass to feed your animals with. You can also cut eeds with it, but its much easier and less energy draining if you don't. You start out with this tool.
  • Golden Sickle: After you give the Harvest Sprites a total of 30 mushrooms Harvest Sprite #1 (the one in the main cave) will ask you how the sickle works. If you say it works well he will take it and improve it. If you say it's not he'll tell you that you're using it wrong and you'll never get it. He'll give it to you in twelve real hours. The Golden Sickle cuts a 3x3 square around you.
  • Hoe: You use this to till your fields. You need to till the soil before you can grow grass and plants on the ground. It tills one square of soil in front of you when you use it. You start out with this.
  • Golden Hoe: After the Golden Sickle is yours talk to Harvest Sprite #1 and he'll ask you the same thing about the Hoe that he did the Sickle. Say that the hoe works well and in 24 real hours you'll have the Golden Hoe, which tills six squares in front of you. Say it doesn't work well and you can forget about the tool.
  • Watering Can: You use this tool to water your crops. It waters one square in front of you. You receive this after you purchase your first bag of seeds unless you're a female (see why later down my FAQ).
  • Sprinkler: This is an upgraded Watering Can that waters a 3x3 square around your body. You can buy this on Spring 18th for 2,000 Gold.
  • Cow Feed: If you run out of grass you can use this to feed your cows. It cost 700 Gold for twelve meals.
  • Chicken Feed: It's the same as Cow Feed but it's for Chickens. I don't know why, but it's cheaper than Cow Feed. It costs 500 Gold.
  • Cow Brush: Buy this from the Tool Shop before you get a cow. Brush your cow with it every day to keep it happy. It costs 800 Gold.
  • Cow Bell: You use this to call your cows, and then the cows will follow you. It's easier to use this than to move your cows yourself. You get this for free when you purchase your first cow.
  • Miracle Potion: You use this to impregnate your cows. Raised cows grow faster than bought ones. They also produce better milk faster. It costs 4,000 Gold.
  • Cow Medicine: Use this to cure sick Cows. It costs 1,000 Gold.
  • Saddlebags: You use these to ship crops thru your foal. They cost 2,500 Gold.
  • Vaccine: This was a big secret that I figured out. The "Cow First Aid Kit" is the Cow Medicine during the second year only. It keeps your cows from becoming unhappy for one whole season. It cost 2,000 Gold.
  • Fishing Pole: This is the first gift from your grandfather, which allows you to fish in the northern cave.
  • Pickax: Use this in the left cave to break the pillars to find some Power Berries. This is the second gift from your grandfather.
  • Umbrella: This is the third and best gift from your grandfather. It makes it rain for one day and waters all of your crops. Did you really think you would get this valuable tool first???
  • Butter Maker: You can buy this during your third year for 30,000 Gold. It will turn cows' milk into butter, which sells for more money than milk.
  • Cheese Maker: You can buy this during your third year for 30,000 Gold. It will turn cows' milk into cheese, which sells for more money than milk.
  • Meat Dumpling: They recover stamina when eaten at meal times. It costs 100 Gold for ten.
  • Rice Balls: They recover stamina when eaten at meal times. It costs 200 Gold for ten.
  • Croissants: They recover stamina when eaten at meal times. It costs 300 Gold for ten.
  • Lunch Box: You eat this right when you buy it. It gives you 100% health. It costs 500 Gold.
  • Cake: You eat this right when you buy it. It gives you 50% health. It costs 300 Gold.
  • Milk: It recovers stamina when drunk at meal times. It costs 100 Gold for ten cups. You can buy this only when you have a cow.
  • Green Tea: It recovers stamina when drunk at meal times. It costs 200 Gold for ten cups.
  • Wild Grape Juice: It recovers stamina when drunk at meal times. It costs 300 Gold for ten cups.
  • Orange Juice: You drink this right when you buy it. It gives you 50% health. It costs 300 Gold.
  • Apple Juice: You drink this right when you buy it. It gives you 100% health. It costs 500 Gold.

Shippable Items[edit]

  • Turnips: Shipped for 60 Gold in Spring.
  • Potatoes: Shipped for 80 Gold in Spring.
  • Tomatoes: Shipped for 100 Gold in the Summer.
  • Corn: Shipped for 120 Gold in the Summer.
  • Eggplant: Shipped for 60 Gold in Fall.
  • Peanuts: Shipped for 80 Gold in Fall.
  • Carrots: Shipped for 100 Gold in Winter.
  • Broccoli: Shipped for 120 Gold in Winter.
  • Eggs: Shipped for 70 Gold
  • Milk: Shipped for 150 Gold (S milk), 250 Gold (M size), and 350 Gold (L milk).
  • Cheese: Cheese can be shipped for 300 Gold (S milk), 400 Gold (M milk), 500 Gold (L milk).
  • Butter: Butter can be shipped for 300 Gold (S milk), 400 Gold (M milk), 500 Gold (L milk).
  • Mushrooms: Can be shipped for 100 Gold each.
  • Fish: Can be shipped for a whopping 300 Gold a pop.
  • Golden Egg: Can be shipped for 1,000 Gold.