Stardew Valley Characters

There are several characters in Stardew Valley. These characters are divided into three categories: romantic, academic, and NPCs. These groups have their own age ranges, as well as the messages they communicate. Here, we’ll discuss the relationships you can build with your NPCs and the types of relationships you can establish with your villagers. You can also check out our guide to the Messages in Stardew Valley. Characters in Stardew Valley The game is populated with various types of characters. For example, there is Alex, who lives with his Grandfather George and Grandmother Evelyn. Alex is a somewhat jock, but the player must work to change that by gaining affection for him. If you wish to gain the affection of your friends, you can give them gifts. Every villager has a specific like and dislike, and each one will respond differently to gifts. The other two main characters in the game are Sam and his aunt, who run a restaurant called the “Oasis.” While she is cute and loves to hang out with Sam, her relationship with her stepfather, Kent, is strained. Meanwhile, her mother, Leah, is a devoted artist, who lives in a small cabin below the ranch. Her mother, Marnie, encourages her to pursue her artistic skills. Age range of NPCs Although there is no specific age for Stardew Valley’s NPCs, the Elder Scrolls Online community has been able to figure out a general age range for the characters. While a certain amount of mystery remains, some NPCs are assumed to be around a certain age, and some are over 55. Listed below are some of the more notable characters in the game and their age ranges. Evelyn is a local retried woman who enjoys baking and working on the garden. You can reward her by giving her cookies, as she often does in game. George, meanwhile, is an old man in a wheelchair who can be prickly at first, but can be very sweet once he calms down. Interestingly, George has spent a great deal of time listening to the people of Stardew Valley and has become a great asset to the community. Relationships with villagers There are many ways to improve your relationships with the villagers in Stardew Valley, but the most effective way to do so is by giving gifts to them. Generally, you can give one gift a day, but if you have a hard time coming up with ideas, you can also give gifts during special events. Giving gifts to villagers will not only make them happy, but will also increase your friendship score with them. One of the easiest ways to build relationships is by farming the villagers’ favorite produce. By doing so, you can send people twice-weekly deliveries of their favorite items. There are 16 weeks in the year, and each week has one birthday. That means that you can send them 32 different items of their favorite produce. You can also send them gifts on their birthdays. However, it can be difficult to find villagers who
are available during the day. Messages in the game If you’ve played the Stardew Valley game, you’ve probably wondered how to find secret notes. Secret notes are hidden notes that you can find by performing everyday tasks. These tasks include fishing, picking weeds, and defeating enemies. Different tasks have varying chances of delivering secret notes, but you can always count on finding at least one. Secret notes can also be found by reading a page of Abigail’s diary. Secret Note 11 – This message is blank, but you can expand it to reveal a picture of an older woman holding hands with a young girl. The Strange Capsule – This strange capsule contains something alive, but it’s not clear what. The game is full of secrets, and you’ll have to unravel them to find out their purpose. In Stardew Valley, you’ll encounter a number of these in the course of your journey.