Harvestella Cheats and Tips
1. MAKE SURE YOU HAVE YOUR TOOLS
As a farming sim, the greatest asset you have at your disposal is your tools. Hoes, watering cans, hammers, and the like are all essential items to do your job. While you will get a few of these by simply progressing the story, not every tool comes free of charge. The first tool you need to make sure you get is the hammer, which you will be notified is available once you reach a story point. Get this as soon as possible, it is needed in order to do any crafting in Harvestella.
The second tool you should get is the fishing rod, available in the main store of Lethe Village. The ability to fish will be locked until you purchase this time, so make sure you get it.
2. DON’T NEGLECT YOUR FARM
This sounds like a no-brainer, but it can be easy to forget that you have crops to take care of as you get lost in the grand fantasy story of Harvestella. Like other farming sims, Harvestella has a seasonal calendar that changes every 30 in-game days. At the end of this cycle, any crops you have not harvested will die.
While much of your time will be spent adventuring and partaking in combat, the most lucrative and reliable way to obtain a steady income is to produce crops, so make sure you take time in the morning to plant, water, and harvest your goods.
3. REMEMBER TO SOCIALIZE
Of course, you should remember to take some time out of your busy day to spend it with those around you. Building relationships with party members through special quests can unlock unique combat skills as well as net you some great rewards. Not to mention the greatest reward of all, love. If you spend enough time with characters, you will be able to romance them.
4. TAKE STOCK BEFORE HEADING OUT
Sticking to its RPG roots, Harvestella is full of different combat jobs and party members to aid you in your adventures. However, with the pace of the narrative and the limited time you have each day it can be easy to just keep moving forward without thinking.
Before you do anything in the day you should always check your party and make sure they have the necessary items equipped, as well as choose your own combat jobs carefully. You can only have three jobs ready at any given time and you want to make sure they will be useful.