Everything You Need To Know About Stardew Valley Foraging

Everything You Need To Know About Stardew Valley Foraging , Stardew Valley Jobs ,Stardew Valley Collectibles , Stardew Valley Experience points Read this post for everything you need to ask about foraging, including which occupations to choose…

Stardew Valley'Gathering is one of the five skills in This skill (more obviously) applies to collecting items gathered around the Valley, but it's also the skill you use to cut down trees.

There are several ways to upgrade your foraging skill (both permanently and temporarily), and as with any skill, there are typical occupations to choose from. Here's everything you need to know about this overlooked skill.

Foraging Basics

Stardew Valley Gathering
Stardew Valley Gathering

In its simplest form, foraging is just gathering resources from all over the Valley. This includes berries, flowers, and other things you see on the ground like horseradish and daffodils. Just walk towards them and press the action button to get them.

What isn't clear, however, is that foraging also specifically includes chopping down trees with an ax - shelling them doesn't gain XP. Both of these events will improve your Gathering skill, which can be seen in the skills menu.

In the early days of the game, looking for snacks like fruit is often one of the best ways to get your energy back and gives you an opportunity to earn some cash. Most collectibles don't sell for huge sums of money, but since they're free to pick up, you might as well.

Experience points

Stardew Valley Gathering
Stardew Valley Gathering

As with the other four skills, foraging It has a total of ten levels. There are several different ways to gain XP towards this skill, and each level requires more XP than the previous level. Level 1 requires a total of 100 XP, while level 10 requires 9 XP after level 5.000, which means a total of 15.000 XP.

XP gain for each foraging action:

Collecting a ground-collectable weapon – 7 XP
Cutting down a tree (you get all XP when the tree falls) – 12 XP
Removing a log from a fallen tree – 1 XP
Cutting large logs and logs – 25 XP
Forest Scallion Collector – 3 XP each

Some things do not provide Gathering XP, including:

  • Forage crops collected from bushes
  • Trees fell with bombs instead of axes
  • Crop-grown grapes from Grape Starters
  • Wild seed producing forage plants grown in Garden Pots
  • Ginger Harvest
  • Items found in Structure Points
  • Mushrooms harvested from the Farm Cavern and by tapping the Mushroom Trees
  • Collected minerals such as Quartz and Earth Crystals
  • Collectibles dropped by monster

Skill Level Rewards

Here Stardew Valley As with each skill, foraging level, you'll earn certain rewards, including some proficiency in using tools and crafting recipes.

At each level, you will gain +1 proficiency for your ax, meaning it will use less energy with each hit.

Here are the rest of the awards:

  • Level 1: Spring Wild Seeds recipe, Field Snack recipe and trees will sometimes drop seeds that can be planted to grow more from the same tree species.
  • Level 2: Survival Burger recipe
  • Level 3: Tapper recipe
  • Level 4: Charcoal Kin recipe, Summer Wild Seeds recipe, and an additional fruit when picking wild berries
  • Level 5: Choosing a Forester or Gatherer profession (described below)
  • Level 6: Wild Seeds Fall recipe, Lightning Stick recipe, Beach Warp Totem recipe
  • Level 7: Winter Wild Seeds recipe, Tree Fertilizer recipe, Mountains Warp Totem recipe
  • Level 8: Farm Warp Totem recipe, an additional fruit when picking wild berries
  • Level 9: Cooking Set recipe, Rain Totem recipe
  • Level 10: Choosing a profession (again explained below).

Jobs

As with any other skill, at Gatherer level 5 you will have a choice between two professions:Forester  or Picker. At level 10, the jungler if you choose two and Collector There are four more options, two if you choose. Which skill you choose will depend on personal preference, but here are the details for each.

Forester

Foresterprovides 25% more wood when sawing, including trees, logs and logs. Forester If you choose, at Level 10 you will be given a choice between Lumberjack and Tapper.

lumberjack hardwoodHe does it so that he can drop . By the way, the other option, Tapper, gives you 25% more gold for selling syrup.

Picker

at level 5 Collector Selecting gives a 20% double harvest chance for items collected (you get double XP too!). Then at Level 10 Botanist You will have a choice between Tracker and Tracker.

botanist choose, all baits will be of the highest quality when you receive them. The follower creates small arrows on your screen that guide you to both collectables and places where you can pan for ore.

Any occupation can be exchanged for any skill if you are not satisfied with your choice or if its usefulness has run out for you. Go to the Statue of Uncertainty in the Sewer. For 10.000 g, you can remove occupations for a particular skill and you'll be prompted to choose new ones when you sleep that night.

Strengthening Foraging

Stardew Valley Gathering

There are certain foods that will give you a temporary boost to certain skills. in foraging there are several, essentially adding additional levels for a short time. This, foraging means you can raise your level up to 14. Note: At Foraging Levels 12 and 13, you will collect up to four fruits from the bushes.

These are the food items that will boost your Foraging (as well as restore some energy and health):

  • Autumn's Bonus: This dish is made from a yam and pumpkin and provides +41 Gathering and +2 Defense for seven minutes and 2 seconds. Demetrius will send you the recipe when you reach seven hearts with it.
  • Crepe: This dish is made from a box of wheat flour and an egg. You can learn from the Recipe Queen of Sauce in Summer 1 of Year 14 (or when it runs again next Wednesday) or buy it from Gus in the Stardrop Saloon for 100g. Grants Gathering an additional +11 for 11 minutes and 2 seconds.
  • Survival Burger: You will learn this recipe at Foraging Level 2 and then you can prepare it by baking some bread, a Carrot, and an eggplant together. Grants foraging +5 buffs for 35 minutes and 3 seconds.
  • Tropical Curry: This recipe can be purchased from Gus for 2.000 g while at Ginger Island Resort. Requires coconut, pineapple, and cayenne pepper and gives Gathering a massive +4.

Collectable Items

Stardew Valley Gathering
Stardew Valley Gathering

Each season comes with different forage crops as in different areas. Official for specific areas for more common gatherings Stardew Valley See wiki. That said, we'll list what can be harvested here by season and describe some of the more specialized field fodder crops.

Note: If you choose this layout, many forage crops can be found in the Forest Farm.

Spring
In the spring you will find Wild Horseradish, Daffodil, Leek and Dandelion in the city and its outskirts. In Cindersap Forest, next to the sewer grate, you can shoot Scallions. Morel and Common Mushrooms can be plucked from Hidden Forests and Salmonberry bushes will produce berries from Spring 15 to Spring 18.

Summer
During the hot summer months, you will easily find Spice Berries, Grapes and Sweet Peas in many places outside of town and city. Red Mushrooms and Fiddlehead Ferns can also be found in the Hidden Forest. Additionally, Summer is the only season where you can find Rainbow Shells at the Beach.

Autumn
The most common fodder crops found in Pelican Town and its outskirts in Autumn are Wild Plums, Nuts (which can also fall from Maple Trees when you shake them after Autumn 14) and Blackberries. From Fall 8 to Fall 11, you can also find blackberries on the bushes. Chanterelles, Common Mushrooms, and Red Mushrooms can also be found in the Hidden Forest (Common Mushrooms can also be found in the Forest, Mountains, and Backwoods).

Winter
In winter, there are still some things you can find in town, in the mountains and other foothills. Crystal Berries, Crocuses and Holly are ready and you can find Snow Yams and Winter Roots by plowing the ground. Additionally, Nautilus Shells can be found at the Beach during Winter.

Others
There are some fodder crops that are found in certain places but not seasonal.

On the beach you can eat oysters, mussels, mussels, sea urchins, corals, oysters and seaweed. You will find Cave Carrots, Purple Mushrooms and Red Mushrooms in the mines. You can collect Cactus Fruit and Coconuts in the Calico Desert. Finally, you'll be able to mine Ginger on Ginger Island and find Magma Caps in Volcano Dungeon.

Truffles and herb extract
Essence is not really easily placed in one of the old categories, but is considered a collected product. It falls from the trees when they are cut.

Truffles are a somewhat strange and special case. They are a type of animal product as they are dug up by the pigs on your farm (except in Winter) when they are well fed and happy. However, the game categorizes them as mushrooms and gives foraging bonuses for them, meaning they will give XP when acquired, and they will always be iridium quality if you have the Botanist profession and can be double harvested by the Gatherer profession.

 

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