Gleaner Heights Articles RSS Feed | GameSkinny.com Gleaner Heights RSS Feed on GameSkinny.com https://www.gameskinny.com/ en Launch Media Network Gleaner Heights Review -- More Than Meets the Eye https://www.gameskinny.com/x7ga9/gleaner-heights-review-more-than-meets-the-eye https://www.gameskinny.com/x7ga9/gleaner-heights-review-more-than-meets-the-eye Wed, 28 Feb 2018 19:23:43 -0500 Ashley Shankle

If you take a look at Gleaner Heights on Steam, it may appear to be an ugly Stardew Valley clone. I'm just going to tell you now that is not the case.

If you're coming into this game expecting something akin to the carefree and easy-to-manage Stardew Valley, you will be disappointed. If you're looking for a new farming RPG more in the line with the Harvest Moon series up to the Friends of Mineral Town on the Game Boy Advance, you're in for a real treat.

Gleaner Heights, for whatever reason, meshes classic farming RPG mechanics, light action RPG mechanics, and a Twin Peaks-style world and plot to make what may be the most original-yet-unoriginal take on this genre yet.

I would wager to say that this game is perhaps a more mature take on a genre that has generally been the opposite. The bizarre plot, the struggles of the townsfolk, and the sheer amount of things to do have no trouble keeping you engaged.

Want to farm? Yeah, you can do that. But why don't you go forage, mine, dive, fight a boss, search for hidden chests, and break up a marriage while you're at it? Just for good measure.

You can do all of this in a single day in Gleaner Heights, depending on what's going on. The game lets you know things are a bit off before you even get to move your character, but at first glance -- and certainly as you're learning the ropes -- it just seems like a regular farming RPG. Your neighbors may say something odd once in a while, but who cares? Farming.

Something Old and Something New

The primary focus of this game is the farming, and as such, it is fair to compare it to other games within the genre. It does hold up against them, but the farming action you're going to get in Gleaner Heights isn't as fancy as the competing Stardew Valley. You're not going to be installing sprinklers on your farm and plopping down fertilizer.

Farming here is extremely stamina-intensive, as is any action that makes use of a tool. As with older Harvest Moon games, much of the effort you put forth in Gleaner Heights goes in stamina management and making the best of your situation. That very facet is what makes it appealing to me, though its story (and the prospect of multiple story paths) and wealth of secrets are not far behind.

The secrets -- the very prospect of them -- is especially exciting. While we've certainly seen secrets in modern farming RPGs, this game is packed full of them. None of them are obvious and even some of those that have already been discovered are obscure enough I'd expect most will miss them completely. I can only imagine what else there is to find.

This game isn't perfect, though.

Gleaner Heights, for all of its good (there's a whole lot of good), has some aspects that put a damper on the whole experience.

Unfortunate Circumstances

The first is the very small effect box for your tools. Unless you're the most precise gamer on earth, you're going to be missing watering your crops or hitting enemies sometimes. This is especially cumbersome during combat, as it will cause you to take hits you should technically should not. It's a waste of stamina, which is no laughing matter.

In addition, the game's character sprites just don't look good. I've played through the first year and a half and restarted twice so far, and I'm still not interested in the characters and have trouble discerning who is who. This is a stylistic choice that isn't likely to change as the sprites do fit the game's overall aesthetic, but it is something that bothers me.

Lastly: The keyboard controls, while functional, leave something to be desired. The game is best played with a controller, and even then I question the button to put an item away and to go back in the menu being the same. There are times this is not ideal.

These negatives don't do much to stifle my enjoyment of the game, but results may vary. Gleaner Heights is not a game I would recommend to younger gamers or those who did not experience early Harvest Moon games.

The above said, I would recommend Gleaner Heights to anyone who fell in love with the farming RPGs of yore or anyone who really enjoys figuring things out on their own. There is a distinct lack of spoonfeeding here, and I'd like to keep it that way. What's the fun when everything's right there in your face all the time? But that's just my preference.

If the controls were a little more forgiving and villagers easier to discern, Gleaner Heights would be an easy 8 for me. As it stands, it's a good 7. With so much to do, so much to see, and so many of the town's closet-bound skeletons to bring to light, how could I say no? Despite its appearance, this is a solid Harvest Moon clone from top to bottom.

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Gleaner Heights Perks Guide: Choose Right! https://www.gameskinny.com/dnxv5/gleaner-heights-perks-guide-choose-right https://www.gameskinny.com/dnxv5/gleaner-heights-perks-guide-choose-right Wed, 28 Feb 2018 16:35:56 -0500 Ashley Shankle

Perks are important in any game that hosts them, and the same can be said for farming RPG Gleaner Heights. The game's perk system is the most direct form of progression you're going to run into while farming, adventuring, and socializing.

You are able to choose a perk after you've gone to bed on a day you've leveled up. You are able to choose up to 24 perks as you progress, so you need to choose wisely. It's not an easy choice: There are 35 for you to pick from.

This guide will be going over each of the game's perks and either list them as 'recommended', 'highly recommended', 'not recommended', and 'personal preference'. They are listed in the order you see them on the perk selection screen.

Don't take the guidelines here as being written in stone. Everyone plays the game their own way, so choose the perks you think will help the way you play most.

Highly recommended: Hardy 1, 2, and 3 are all worth choosing no matter which way you want to play the game. Yeah, that's three of your perks but it's worth it for the total 30 extra stamina.

Personal preference: Vigorous isn't bad and has three ranks, but you may want to invest your perks in more direct benefits rather than health. The extra health can certainly help with adventuring and bosses, but it's not mandatory.

Not recommended: This isn't recommended because of its conditional nature and the fact this maneuver costs stamina. No thank you.

Not recommended: Pretty much for the same reason as Dash Attack, but this is the one to take if you want one of them.

Highly recommended: You'll pull up a lot more than fish with this perk. You won't necessarily get treasure from every fishing trip, but you get treasure enough to make this worth the perk investment.

Recommended: I'm not sure whether I'd recommend Thick Skinned 1 & 2 over Vigorous 1~3, but both are good investments if you're going to be combat-oriented.

Highly recommended: This perk is extremely useful. Stone Sense will make delving into the mines less of a chore as you can more easily tell where the ladders are. It's not mandatory, but it helps.

Highly recommended: Even if you decide to skip on Stone Sense, you should take Mine Cleave. You have to delve the mines whether you like it or not, and this perk makes it an easier task.

Highly recommended: You want to rush your friendships with villagers for the gifts, this perk is a must-have. Unless you're lazy and only gift once a day, always. Then skip it.

Not recommended: This neither sounds nor is useful. Don't waste the perks (and the ingredients) on this perk.

Highly recommended: A one in ten chance to get an extra crop is nothing to scoff at. I recommend getting this one as soon as you can.

Personal preference: This seems like it might be decent, but this sounds like a nightmare if you're the type who prefers a tidy farm. An off-season crop taking up a slot on the first day of the new season just for a single yield? Not for me, thanks. Could be useful for some, though! Especially when paired with Crop Jackpot.

Highly recommended: Let's just say "Yes!"

Recommended: This does affect your vision in the mines. That's what makes it worth it.

Highly recommended: Stamina management is a struggle as it is, it's in your best interest to mitigate weather effects with this perk. Insulated is a no-frills but pretty much perfect perk.

Not recommended: Some may disagree, but I just don't see the value in this perk. It's better to save crops for cooking, gifting, or selling than to just munch on them on the go.

Personal preference: This one is really up to you. I do like this one, but skip it if you don't care about slows.

Personal preference: If you're the type to break your back at the farm all day and stroll the streets of Gleaner Heights at night, this is recommended.

Not recommended: You can learn recipes from the villagers in town, why waste the perk? Conversely, if you're being completely antisocial this is the only way to rack up those recipes.

Personal preference: This at least makes it so you'll recover some the stamina you spent smiting your foes. The fact that it requires a fighting skill of 9 makes it less desirable, though.

Personal preference: If you're having trouble reeling in fish, this is pretty much mandatory. If you're doing fine with fishing, don't bother.

Not recommended: This only works in the wild, and not in the mines.

Highly recommended: Even if you stop needing Green Herbs, Apples, and the like for your personal use, you can still give them to people as gifts. This perk is pretty great.

Recommended: Nemo just makes sailing and diving easier, and that's a big plus. 50% increase to both sailing speed and oxygen capacity is significant.

Not recommended: I don't want to be tied to using headbands, and you probably don't either.

Recommended: Why struggle with pushing your animals in and out of their homes? Just grab this perk and nudging them in the right direction becomes easier.

Not recommended: There is just no reason for it, especially since you can only get it at Husbandry 9.

Highly recommended: Never lose a crop to excessive rain again. This is a must-have.

If you found this guide helpful and are still trying to feel your way around the game, check out my other Gleaner Heights guides. There's a lot to uncover in this game, and we're doing it together!

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Gleaner Heights Mining Guide https://www.gameskinny.com/0dr85/gleaner-heights-mining-guide https://www.gameskinny.com/0dr85/gleaner-heights-mining-guide Wed, 28 Feb 2018 15:09:07 -0500 Ashley Shankle

To say that mining is weird in Gleaner Heights might be a bit of an understatement. As someone who has been playing the Harvest Moon series since the SNES game and dumped a whole bucket of hours into Stardew Valley, the mining system here was completely confounding.

Because so much of the game hinges on stamina management, delving into the mines can be a difficult foray. When should you head down there, and what do you even do? The mines are as cryptic as the history of the town itself.

Delving into the mines is a requirement for getting the materials you need for upgrading your tools and a number of crafting recipes. Plus, many of the resources you find can also be used as gifts for Gleaner Height's villagers.

There are a few mechanics to the mines you need to be aware of to start mining:

  • You don't just leave the mines when you go up a ladder; a whole new floor is spawned (say, going up from floor 5 to 4 spawns a new floor on which you need to find the next ladder up)
  • You obtain gems, ores, and minerals from destroying walls rather than nodes on the ground
  • You will run out of stamina, but you can still break walls and kill monsters (with no drops or XP gains)
  • You will be spending a lot of time going up and down the same ladder to get better floors
  • You can find stamina-restoring Green Herbs in the mines, but once you're exhausted, you stay that way (though you can have stamina and be exhausted)
  • Time stands still in the mines, and using its mechanics, you can stay in there for ages

Those are good starter pieces of information for those who are familiar with the genre, but there's far more than the above to consider. We're going to go over a number of them in this guide.

Finding the ladder down

This was the part that confused me the most to start, and it's going to be trouble for you until you know the ins and outs of the mining system.

Finding the ladder isn't too hard once you know how to do it, and it gets even easier with perks.

Surrounding both ladders on every floor is red dirt, as seen in the image below.

A ladder surrounded by red dirt in the Gleaner Heights mines

You can see this dirt if a ladder is covered by a wall, but not if the entirety of the red dirt itself seems to be covered by walls. And that is where things get tricky.

There are some instances where you can see the sparkle of a ladder deep within walls, but getting to these (at least with a lowly basic hammer) is a timesink.

If you cannot find the ladder down (or up), go and use the ladder you entered the floor from to go back to the previous floor, then use it again to return to the same floor with a totally different layout. I personally prefer to just do this until I get a floor with a readily available ladder, or one that's easy to spot and get to.

You can also look for green mushrooms to indicate the location of a ladder. A single green mushroom indicates that the ladder is near.

And lastly, if you're still having ladder troubles, be aware that one block of the red dirt will always be visible on a floor -- which aids in finding the ladder, but often it's obscured.

Finding ore, minerals, and gems

Surprise surprise: Mushrooms indicate the locations of these as well!

I am not sure of what the mushrooms indicate, but they do seem to show that there are resources nearby to be mined. Mushroom clusters in particular seem to be the best to focus on.

Mushrooms indicating nearby resources in the mines of Gleaner Heights

Other than mushrooms, there are no indicators for where resources are located. Save your time and stick to mushroom-rich sections of a floor.

The stamina conundrum -- When to go into the mines, and how to use your stamina

I recommend having at least one stack of Green Herbs before going into the mines, and you will be finding even more inside the mines themselves.

Additionally, I recommend going into them on a day before a rainy day, as you don't have to burn your stamina on watering crops on rainy days.

Your stamina is going to drain to 0 in the mines, and it's going to do it quickly. There is no problem with that whatsoever, as you can eat a Green Herb and get a little stamina back to get resources from walls when you've reached eligible floors.

At the start, it will take 5 swings of your hammer to break a wall. You may as well use your stamina with reckless abandon until you get to the floor you're aiming for, since there is no benefit to holding onto it if you have Green Herbs on-hand.

I'm going to tell you my step-by-step process for getting resources on an individual floor:

  1. Enter floor
  2. Locate mushrooms
  3. Hit walls around mushrooms 4 times each, as many walls as you would like
  4. Eat a Green Herb (or more, if you whacked on a lot of walls)
  5. As you now have stamina, hit each of the walls one more time to destroy them and potentially reap their sweet, sweet resources

Using this method, you can gather several resources on a single trip without going through the entirety of your Green Herb reserves. I highly recommend getting as much as you can bear in a single trip to save you time in the long run.

Resource floors

Not all resources are equal! Below are the minimal floors you can find each resource within, though there are some I'm not so sure about:

  • Iron: Floor 1+
  • Copper: Floor 4+
  • Saltpetre: Floor 5+
  • Lithium: Floor 6+
  • Quartz: Floor 8+
  • Silver: Floor 8+
  • Gold: Floor 9?
  • Malachite: Floor 15+
  • Sulfur: Floor 18?
  • Silicon: Floor 16?
  • Zircon: Floor 22+
  • Emerald: Floor 27+
  • Fire Opal: Floor 29+
  • Octotinium: Floor 32?
  • Ruby: Floor 35+
  • Diamond: Floor 39?

Obtaining a miner helmet in Gleaner Heights

Miscellaneous mining tips

Yep, it's not over yet! Here are a few extra tips to help make mining less of a headache:

  • You can seriously make bank via mining, if you know how it all works and you take the time to delve in there. Even Silver, which is found on floor 8, is worth 180 each
  • The perks Stone Sense and Mine Cleave are well worth picking up on most playthroughs and can make your time in the mines much easier
  • You can get a Miner Helmet from a chest on floor 10 -- if you don't see it, go up and then back down until you can find it
  • A permanent ladder to the surface can be found on floor 20
  • A boss can be found on floor 40
  • When in doubt, just refresh a floor

There's certainly more to be said about the mining system in Gleaner Heights, but these bits and pieces are enough to get you started on the right foot. I don't think I've ever had so much trouble mining in a farming RPG before, but the rewards are so worth it that there is no excuse for avoiding it completely. You have to mine, and you have to get good at it. It's that simple. Let this advice be your guide.

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Gleaner Heights Villager Relationship Guide https://www.gameskinny.com/qlmtw/gleaner-heights-villager-relationship-guide https://www.gameskinny.com/qlmtw/gleaner-heights-villager-relationship-guide Wed, 28 Feb 2018 13:06:16 -0500 Ashley Shankle

There are 30 villagers to befriend in Gleaner Heights, which is a pretty big amount compared to other games of the farming sim genre. Luckily the game gives you enough time in a day to socialize, and socialize you shall.

You obviously want to be friends with the villagers for festivals and eventual marriage, but there are two fantastic reasons to make nice with the residents of the town. The first is that befriending villagers unlocks new story events, and the second lies in the friendship rewards you can receive from each villager.

Progression is largely tied to your relationships with your neighbors, so it pays to be sociable. This guide has very minor spoilers, so avoid if you want to go in blind.

There are two not-so-surprising ways to befriend your neighbors:

  1. Talk to them
  2. Give them gifts

Talking to them will raise their fondness for you by just a bit, but gifting is the real relationship make-or-breaker.

As with other farming games, gifting villagers items they like or love will raise their fondness for you by a large (and larger, if it's a loved item) amount. Neutral items will also raise your relationship with them, albeit less than liked items. Disliked items will lower their opinion of you, so gift with care.

This guide is incomplete but in progress. I have a bad habit of repeatedly restarting farming sims to optimize my first year, and I've been doing just that with Gleaner Heights, so my progress is a little behind. These are my findings during my time with the game so far, and they will be updated as I progress.

Adam

Birthday: ?

Likes and dislikes:

  • Likes: Mushroom, Strawberry
  • Loves:
  • Neutral: Cucumber
  • Dislikes: Fat, Carrot, Yeast

Friendship rewards:

  1. Angler Shorts
  2. ?
  3. ?
Agent Deacon Troopel

Birthday: Winter 4

  • Likes: Silver, Quartz
  • Loves:
  • Neutral: Wood, Stone, Carrot, Copper, Iron
  • Dislikes: Meat, Turnip, Mushroom

Friendship rewards:

  1. Fighting skill +1
  2. Artichoke Broccoli Frittata
  3. ?
Alice

Birthday: Spring 14

  • Likes: Corn, Flour, Rice
  • Loves:
  • Neutral: Stone, Honey, Wood, Quartz, Copper, Iron, Sugar, Carrot
  • Dislikes:

Friendship rewards:

  1. Brewing Keg recipe, Wine recipe
  2. Mead recipe
  3. ?
Bernadette

Birthday: Summer 11

  • Likes: Egg (G), Quartz
  • Loves: Diamond
  • Neutral: Egg (S), Wood, Stone, Flour, Turnip, Yeast
  • Dislikes: Fodder, Radish

Friendship rewards:

  1. Mayo Maker recipe
  2. ?
  3. ?
Clarence

Birthday: ?

  • Likes: Hop, Yeast
  • Loves:
  • Neutral: Green Herb
  • Dislikes:

Friendship rewards:

  1. Honey-baked Pumpkin Risotto recipe
Denny

Birthday: Summer 17

  • Likes: Sugar, Zircon
  • Loves: Diamond
  • Neutral: Cucumber, Oil, Honey, Carrot, Green Herb, Copper
  • Dislikes: Yeast

Friendship rewards:

  1. Black Vest
  2. ?
  3. ?
Doctor Herbert
  • Likes: Milk, Black Herb
  • Loves:
  • Neutral: Carrot, Green Herb, Copper, Cucumber
  • Dislikes:

Friendship rewards:

  1. ?
  2. ?
  3. ?
Emily (Marriage candidate)

Birthday: Spring 29

  • Likes: Yarn (M & L)
  • Loves:
  • Neutral: Cucumber, Rice, Turnip, Spaghetti
  • Dislikes: Leek, Onion, Stone

Friendship rewards:

  1. Baked Trout with Radish recipe
  2. ?
  3. ?
Fiona (Marriage candidate)

Birthday: Spring 6

  • Likes: Nightflower,
  • Loves:
  • Neutral: Green Herb, Carrot, Copper, Stone, Wood, Flour, Sugar, Turnip, Cucumber
  • Dislikes: Mushroom

Friendship rewards:

  1. Potato Mash recipe
  2. Blender utensil
  3. ?
Gabriel (Marriage candidate)

Birthday: Fall 6

  • Likes: Brown Trout
  • Loves:
  • Neutral: Green Herb, Milk, Copper, Carrot, Wood, Cucumber
  • Dislikes:

Friendship rewards:

  1. Pancakes recipe
  2. ?
  3. ?
Garry (Marriage candidate after befriending)

Birthday: Fall 5

  • Likes: Rice, Honey, Hop
  • Loves:
  • Neutral: Carrot, Green Herb, Sugar,
  • Dislikes: Stone, Malachite

Friendship rewards:

  1. Farming skill +1
  2. ?
  3. ?
James

Birthday: ?

  • Likes: Strawberry, Apple
  • Loves:
  • Neutral: Cucumber, Wood, Stone, Green Herb
  • Dislikes: Fish

Friendship rewards:

  1. ?
  2. ?
  3. ?
Jason

Birthday: Fall 18

  • Likes: Green Herb, Honey, Apple
  • Loves: Carrot
  • Neutral:
  • Dislikes:

Friendship rewards:

  1. Farming skill +1
  2. Farmer Shoes, Hat, and Shirt
Joshua

Birthday: Fall 26

  • Likes:
  • Loves:
  • Neutral: Carrot
  • Dislikes: Lettuce

Friendship rewards:

  1. ?
  2. ?
  3. ?
Jun

Birthday: Spring 23

  • Likes: Green Herb, Fat, Silver, Gold
  • Loves:
  • Neutral: Green Herb, Cucumber, Lettuce, Nightflower
  • Dislikes: Kohlrabi

Friendship rewards:

  1. Spinach Seeds added to stock
  2. Watermelon Seeds added to stock
  3. ?
Kain

Birthday: Winter 22

  • Likes: Gold
  • Loves:
  • Neutral: Nightflower, Green Herb, Turnip, Wood, Spaghetti, Oil, Rice, Fat, Honey, Carrot
  • Dislikes: Lettuce

Friendship rewards:

  1. Wood Helment, Greaves, and Armor recipes
  2. ?
  3. ?
Ken (Marriage candidate)

Birthday: Winter 9

  • Likes: Apple, Gold, Nightflower
  • Loves:
  • Neutral: Green Herb, Cucumber
  • Dislikes: Milk, Wood

Friendship rewards:

  1. Mining skill +1
  2. ?
  3. ?
Lazarus

Birthday: Fall 20

  • Likes: Iron, Quartz, Zircon, Silver
  • Loves:
  • Neutral: Green Herb, Stone, Turnip
  • Dislikes: Flour, Cucumber

Friendship rewards:

  1. Explosive Arrow recipe
  2. ?
  3. ?
Lee

Birthday: Summer 20

  • Likes: Mushroom
  • Loves:
  • Neutral: Stone, Flour, Sugar, Green Herb
  • Dislikes: Wood, Eggs

Friendship rewards:

  1. Pan Salmon recipe
  2. ?
  3. ?
Lily
  • Likes: Honey
  • Loves: Lettuce
  • Neutral: Hop, Nightflower, Cucumber
  • Dislikes: Flour, Mushroom

Friendship rewards:

  1. ?
  2. ?
  3. ?
Martha

Birthday: Summer 26

  • Likes: Nightflower
  • Loves:
  • Neutral: Carrot, Green Herb, Wood, Sugar, Flour
  • Dislikes: Fat

Friendship rewards:

  1. ?
  2. ?
  3. ?
Mathilda (Marriage candidate after befriending)

Birthday: Summer 28

  • Likes: Strawberry
  • Loves:
  • Neutral: Green Herb, Yeast, Carrot
  • Dislikes: Stone, Flour, Wood

Friendship rewards:

  1. Spring Vegetable Stew recipe
  2. ?
  3. ?
Mayor Otto

Birthday: ?

  • Likes:
  • Loves:
  • Neutral: Nightflower, Flour, Sugar, Iron, Cucumber, Yeast
  • Dislikes: Oil

Friendship rewards:

  1. ?
  2. ?
  3. ?
Mei (Marriage candidate)

Birthday: Winter 20

  • Likes: Mushroom, Copper
  • Loves: Emerald
  • Neutral: Nightflower, Honey, Oil, Spaghetti, Rice
  • Dislikes:

Friendship rewards:

  1. Okra Stew recipe
  2. Inventory +1
  3. ?
Michael (Marriage candidate after befriending)
  • Likes: Carrot, Boot, Mushroom, Iron, Flour, Sugar
  • Loves:
  • Neutral:
  • Dislikes: Lettuce

Friendship rewards:

  1. Octotium
  2. ?
  3. ?
Penny

Birthday: ?

  • Likes:
  • Loves:
  • Neutral: Iron, Green Herb, Carrot, Cucumber, Fat, every ingredient from the store
  • Dislikes: Stone, Copper

Friendship rewards:

  1. Cheese Maker recipe
  2. Butter recipe
  3. ?
Regina (Marriage candidate after befriending)

Birthday: ?

  • Likes: Strawberry
  • Loves: Honey
  • Neutral: Sugar, Carrot, Stone, Flour, Cucumber, Rice, Spaghetti, Oil, Turnip
  • Dislikes: Iron

Friendship rewards:

  1. Spaghetti Napolitana recipe
  2. ?
  3. ?
Renesco

Birthday: Summer 29

  • Likes: Honey
  • Loves:
  • Neutral: Flour, Carrot, Green Herb, Wood, Stone
  • Dislikes: Sugar

Friendship rewards:

  1. Fish and Chips recipe
  2. ?
  3. ?
Robert (Marriage candidate after befriending)

Birthday: Fall 1

  • Likes: Egg (L), Hop, Tomato
  • Loves:
  • Neutral: Egg (S), Yeast, Carrot, Green Herb, Nightflower
  • Dislikes:

Friendship rewards:

  1. Husbandry skill +1
  2. Beer recipe
  3. Farming skill +1
Tobias

Birthday: Spring 30

  • Likes: Copper, Iron, Fat, Old Boot
  • Loves: Gold
  • Neutral: Green Herb, Black Herb, Mushroom
  • Dislikes: Flour, Honey

Friendship rewards:

  1. Bomb recipe
  2. ?
  3. ?
Valentina

Birthday: Summer 11

  • Likes: Hop
  • Loves:
  • Neutral: Carrot, Green Herb, Copper, Sugar, Honey
  • Dislikes: Yeast, Stone

Friendship rewards:

  1. Turnip Salad recipe
  2. ?
  3. ?

That's it for my findings for now! This will be updated periodically as I test more gift items, learn about the final birthdays, and strengthen the relationships of my neighbors. Stay tuned for updates to this guide and further Gleaner Heights guides.

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