Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns: Tips, Strategies, All Crops and Collectibles
Our Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns guide will assist you in creating the best farm you possibly can.
Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns is the sequel to the original Story of Seasons release on Nintendo 3DS. It’s a fantasy farm simulation game with other social elements such as marriage, friendship, and pet interactions. Players will choose a character to groom into running a farm as they work to convince their father as part of the story that being a farmer is the best career choice for them. In addition, they’ll have to work alongside three other villages in the vicinity, each with its own distinct culture and attitude, to bring them up to speed as well. We’ve got everything you need to know about getting started in Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns, including shop information, collectibles, farming tips, and more. Check out our Story of Seasons: Trio of Town guide for more information as we add to it.
Story of Seasons: Trio of Town Tips and Tricks
- If you’re a Story of Seasons newcomer, you should choose to start a new game in the simpler Seedling Mode. If you choose Seedling Mode, the amount of stamina you’ll use up when utilizing tools is halved. You also get a shop discount of 30% when in Seedling mod. Once you begin and save your game after choosing a mode, you can’t go back and change it, so make sure that’s what you want before you get too far. If you choose Seedling Mode, you’ll see a small green sprout by your character’s picture on the Save/Load screen.
- Choosing a personality type at the beginning of the game will change your starting bonuses. You cannot change this after choosing a new type at the beginning of the game, and it does not matter how you play the game according to which personality trait you choose. These are simply boons to get you started off right. Later on in the game you’ll get two additional personality types, which we’ll cover in-depth in a guide.
- Always aim to raise your Friendship Point (FP) value when working with villagers. When you have a higher Friendship Point level, you’ll find that it’s simpler to win festivals, trigger new events, and even get married eventually. Both human and animal companions need this level to be fairly high, plus it’ll be worth your while to do so in the long run. Being nice to everyone will pay off!
- Stamina is important to keep track of. Your stamina level can be seen at the top corner of the game by your character’s face. As you work these hearts will complete. When you run out of hearts your character will pass out from exhaustion. If you pass out you’ll be taken to the clinic and it will waste the rest of the day, so keep an eye on things so you don’t end up getting too sick!
Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns Tips, Guides
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Story of Seasons Walkthroughs
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