Average Day At this point, you should have a basic daily routine in place. However I already ran a farm at full efficiency on my old save, if you want to use one of the new ones I would recommend going in with the intent of making a farm that looks different using the new terrain rather than something that'll make you rich by the end of year 1. Widens the stairway to grandpa's shrine. My second favorite is the forest farm, followed by the standard farm, then the Riverland farm, then the hill-top farm. Some of the experiences that you would come across in this very versatile game could give you the impetus to do it in real life too.
Forest Farm: The forest farm covers the edge of your land. You can't farm iridium in big style without it. For starters, players pull three berries off the vine each time they harvest. If your mouse is pointed at one of the eight squares adjacent to your character, that's where you'll hit. While these aspects may be helpful to some players, the lake in the middle of the farm and the large cliff to the side really tend to limit the space that you have to work with on your farm. Even more farming area near the woods. There is a staggering selection of 112 shirts apart from 20 accessories that you could adorn with if you so desire.
I initially thought that you would get an entrance to the mines on your farm so you didnt have to travel to it. A Silo is pretty easy to build. Before we could proceed with the finer points of this versatile farm game it would be prudent to read through this and many other Stardew Valley Wiki guides, which would enlighten you on the intricacies of this game. Being thrown into combat right away may be more stressful than fun for beginners, especially since you do not start with a sword. Only there can you grow crops, raise animals, start a winery or a cheese processing plant or whatever else you desire.
But I stuck with it and tried to figure out why it exists. All upgrades takes approximately 2 full days to complete. Each of these maps offer unique benefits, and favor specific. Less land to work with unfortunately but it's worth it! Go to bed Let's just say I learned this the hard way so you don't have to. These large swathes of water limit the space needed to raise animals and also restrict the possible use at optimum extents of growing different crops.
Figuring out the best times to catch each species will be vital for those hoping to fill the various seafood requests that hit the bulletin board. I was a little bit of eveything and crops were the focal pt. Also I have a Deluxe Barn, a Mill, a Silo and House Upgrade 1. The Riverland Farm Water surrounds the Riverland Farm for convenient fishing--at the expense of space. All fruit trees take approximately 28 days to mature completely, and, depending on the season, will produce 1 fruit per day.
Building interiors are always the same. Its why mankind gravitated towards agriculture as opposed to staying nomads. The Riverland Farm map is the fourth on the list of farm choices that you would have and it consists of an immense quantity of water resources. There is the community vault which is 42500g to complete, all the buildings which runs 100k+g total, all the animals 40-50kg total, tool upgrades to max 100k+g, farm expenses, gifts, etc. Oh, and despite being the fishing map, you only catch town fish there, which means you still need to go to the other lakes to catch other fish. Players can learn to build sprinklers that eliminate the need to water your crops by hand, reducing your involvement in the process to collecting produce on harvest day. You can grow grapes to make wine, tap trees for maple syrup, raise cows and then make cheese from the milk.
On the other hand, it can potentially spawn you a Morel in the first spring, most likely long before you've gotten access to the Secret Woods to find it where it normally appears. The biggest con is the same as all the new farms, limited space to build. Utilizing optimum energy Energy for the character that you created is the most important criteria to ensure productivity is maintained at optimum levels. You can have easier access to ores faster than any other farm? Just enjoy the astethics of your map! I really hate running to the beach so until I get the permanent totem I usually only remember to harvest my beach pots every other or every few days. I just think there need to be a balance patch on these new farms.
You've got no other place than your farm, to farm. Riverland Farm Riverland Farm: This is probably the most difficult farm to use. No space for animals, barely enough space for other buildings, your farming will eventually hit a cap thanks to how little space you have. This cuts back on the farmable land but lets you catch all the river and lake fish that you otherwise would have to walk to town to lure in. Technically it has plenty of tillable tiles, but watch out when harvesting crops or chopping down trees. Rather than focus on the social and romantic relationships, we spent our first year tending to crops and building new improvements for our farm.