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1. Get to bed before 1 a.m.
Days in Stardew Valley are 20 hours long in-game. That is approximately 15 minutes in real time. You will wake up at 6. A.M and at 12. A.M you will receive a notification that “It’s getting late to sleep”.
You should not stay awake until 1 a.m. or you will faint. What you need to do is begin your day at 6 a.m., work as much as you can, and sleep by 12 a.m.
2. Look at the calendar on the notice board in Pierre’s shop.
If you need to be informed about seasonal festivals, birthdays, and quests, you can check the notice board outside of Pierre’s shop.
3. Visit The Fortune Teller on a daily basis.
Before you begin your day, you should check your television for fortune tellers. It will tell you whether you are lucky or not. If you’re lucky, you’ll be able to choose between mining and fishing.
When fishing or mining on an unlucky day, you will have a difficult time. However, if you can mine or fish on a lucky day, you will receive many items as well as a large income at the end of the day.
4. Cut down trees and break rocks
When you first arrive at your farm, you will notice that it is completely covered in stones, trees, and bushes.
You can use the axe to cut trees, the pickaxe to break stones, and the scythe to cut bushes and grass.
Cutting trees provides you with wood and seeds; breaking stones provides you with stones; and bushes and grasses provide you with hay and fiber.
5. Improve Your Tools
You may have noticed that you cannot break large stones or cut large trees with your tools when cutting trees and breaking stones. You will need to upgrade your tools in order to cut and break them.
When you meet the blacksmith who lives beneath the Joja Mart, you can simply upgrade your tools.
5 copper bars and 2000g are required to upgrade your axe to a copper axe.
You must mine to obtain copper for your upgrade process. You will receive a letter about mining in the spring of your first year.
Mines can be found in the mountain’s northern reaches. Marlon will give you a rusted sword to fight monsters in the mines, and you must bring your pickaxe and food with you.
Your energy and health will be depleted as you break stones and fight monsters. You can eat and survive if you bring food with you.
If you don’t have enough energy, health, or food, don’t stay too long in the mines. If you run out of health or energy, you will faint and lose 2000g as well as the most valuable items you collected while mining.
7. Construct a Melting Furnace
When you mine, you will obtain minerals such as copper, iron, and so on. These unprocessed iron or copper ores cannot be used to upgrade your tools. To obtain copper and iron bars, they must be melted.
A furnace is required to melt the ores. A furnace requires 20 copper bars and 25 stones to construct.
8. Increase The Energy
Your energy level will decrease as you complete your daily tasks. Food is required to gain energy.
If your cooking skills have improved, you can prepare food. However, if you are a beginner, you can gather fruits from off-roads, buy foods from the Stardrop saloon, or eat what you harvest.
9. Collects Fruits And Flowers
You may have noticed that there are some flowers and fruits on the sides of the roads that you can easily pluck when you leave your farm.
Those fruits and flowers are available for collection. Flowers do not usually provide energy, but they can be given to females on their birthdays. This will improve your relationships with others.
If you pick fruits off the road, keep them in a chest for mining because you can eat them to gain energy.
Also required for the community center are fruits and flowers such as grapes, walnuts, and daffodils.
10. Cultivate Crops
Crop cultivation is one of the most important tasks in Stardew Valley.
After cleaning the garden area with an axe, pickaxe, and scythe, you can dig the garden with a hoe.
You can plant seeds after digging.
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