While the bulk of what players will be doing in Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life is farming and tending to the needs of various animals, there’s so much more to do outside of the tiny farmstead they start with.
A big part of the game that players are never really made aware of is foraging, but it’s essential to building relationships and can be very profitable. This guide outlines everything fans need to know about forageables in Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life so that they can make the most of them from day one.
*** This guide is in progress and will be added to as we discover more forageables. ***
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Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life Forageables Guide
Below, we’ve highlighted the most important things players need to know about forageables in Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life. This includes every item players can drill for, where to get them, and what to do with them.
All Forageables in Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life & Where to Find Them
The table below lists every forageable in Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life and explains where players can find them in the world. We’ve included references for the times of year when they apply.
How to Store Forageables in Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life
Forageables can be stored in the player’s bag, the shed, or the refrigerator because they don’t spoil. These items are some of the only ones that can’t go bad or rot in the player’s inventory so that they can sit there forever. We prefer organizing them in our refrigerator if they’re edible and doing the same in our shed if they’re not so that we can see each stack at a glance and know where they are at all times. Of course, it’s always worth having a flower on your character just in case they need to flirt with a love interest.
What are Foragables in Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life?
Forageables are items or plants that appear and grow on the ground that players can pick up in Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life. These goods will reappear where the player found them after a day or so, allowing them to stock up and build a decent supply over time. Forageables range from plastic flowers to real ones, herbs, and even mushrooms, all of which can be sold or used in various ways.
What to do With Forageables in Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life
Players can use forageables in Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life to cook and create new recipes, sell for profit, or as gifts for characters around the village to help improve their relationships. Forageables are one of the most robust resources in the game, and players should absolutely make the most of them from the first day of Spring Year 1.
Picked flowers can be given to most characters to help boost a relationship with them, and herbs can be used in all sorts of delicious recipes. If players can’t think of anything else to do with their surplus of forageables, then they can sell them at their shop stall or to Van the trader when he comes into town for a tidy profit. Forageables cost nothing to pick, so every penny made from selling them is worth the effort.