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Sami's Money Making Guide

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                 $ami’s Animal Crossing: Wild World Money Guide



                                     Intro-1
                                   About Me-2
                            Beginning: I Need Bells!-3
                                 General Bells-4
                                   Quick Cash-5
                          House Loan: Paying It All Off-6
                               Orchard+Care=Bells?-7
                                  Miscellaneous-8
                                Credits/Copyright-9
                                 Special Thanks-10


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$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$*****Intro-1*****$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Animal Crossing: Wild World is a great game and all, but its loads more fun 
with loads of bells (the money currency in your town)!  I’m creating this guide 
so people can get the most out of this game.  Also, for you people who are 
sticklers about safety, I have personally tested every tip in this guide, and 
it is all safe.  Here’s a forewarning, I’m quite humorous, so this guide should 
fill you with laughter (hopefully).

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$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$*****About Me-2*****$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Most people skip this part of the guide, but for the weird people (like me) who 
enjoy this stuff, read on.  I’m a young girl whose life pretty much revolves 
around videogames from Nintendo DS to a Wii.  I know a lot about the video 
games I play, and I have so many that I myself am amazed by how I keep track of 
them all.

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$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$*****Beginning: I Need Bells!-3 *****$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
As you know (if you’ve paid any attention to what you’re doing on this game and 
have half a brain, you’ll know what I’m talking about; sorry beginners, I don’t 
mean you), you start without any Bells, but not for long.  My suggestion would 
be to run around like a maniac shaking trees (you tap the tree or press A), 
before you even enter your house.  There are $100 bags of Bells in some, and if 
you’re lucky, you’ll shake a tree with a piece of furniture in it; you can sell 
it when you’re done working for Nook.  If you’re unlucky, you’ll see a bee nest 
fall out.  To avoid getting stung, run to a house and enter; but you need to be 
fast to get away in time.  If you get stung, you’ll have a patch over your 
eye.  When you’re done shaking all the trees, you should have collected about 
1,300 Bells, future furniture money, and possibly an eye patch.

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$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$*****General Bells-4*****$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

The most time consuming way to make bells is to grow a Money Tree.  First, you 
must buy two shovels.  You’re probably wondering why you’d want to waste Bells-
since this whole FAQ is about making Bells-but if you read on, you’ll find 
out.  All you have to do is take one of your shovels, find some empty land, 
then bury the other one.  Then, you wait 24 hours, no more, no less.  You dig 
up the shovel you buried, and when you get it, it’s golden!  Yippee!  Yay!  
Wonderful!  I’m so happy, blah, blah, blah…………………  Now, take your golden shovel 
(woo ha, ride em’ up, cowboy) and bury all of your Bells.  How do you do this?  
You can only do so if you have over 99,999 Bells.  The amount of money you bury 
is tripled, and grows on the tree like fruit.  Also, the amount of bells you 
bury decides the chance you have that the tree will grow.  For example, if you 
bury 10,000 Bells, you’ll have a 10% chance of the tree growing, 20% for 20,000 
Bells and blah, blah, blah…………There are only three bad things about this trick: 
1) The time, 2) That you can only bury 90,000 Bells per tree, 3) The fact that 
the Bells don’t reproduce like fruit, it’s a one time thing.  My opinion on 
this trick?  I myself prefer fishing, but if you have a lot of time and Bells, 
you should consider doing this.
Fishing is another way to earn some Bells, and it is very productive.  I 
suggest that you should donate first-time fish to the museum, then sell all the 
doubles.  The best time to fish is when it’s raining, so utilize this time.  
The best place to fish is the ocean, where the most expensive fish-such as the 
Coelacanth - swim.  When you go fishing, never run, or you’ll scare them all 
away.  If you’re running back to Nook’s with your pockets full of fish, you’ll 
be sure to make at least 10,000 Bells.  If you catch all Coelacanths-which 
appear only from 12:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. when it’s raining - you’ll make 
300,000 Bells!  As I previously mentioned, fishing is my all time favorite 
money maker.
I don’t know why I’m mentioning this, since it is a money making guide, but the 
worst way to make Bells is bug catching.  Most bugs cost about 250 Bells, so 
it’s not such a good idea if you need a lot of cash.  And, if you care enough 
about the town museum, you could go on a bug catching frenzy and donate them 
all.
You can also make some Bells by getting your neighbor’s furniture.  Some people 
think this is only possible during the Flea Market, but, there is another way.  
First, buy a four-pack of letters, then write compliments such as “You’re 
cute!’ or “You’re really smart!”. 
Attach a piece of old furniture or a seashell, and, most likely, they will put 
the item in their house and the furniture they got rid of will be in the 
recycling bin.  Once they receive their letter (9:00 a.m. or 5:00 p.m.), go 
check the bin.  You can then sell the furniture at Nook’s and make some Bells.
If Nook’s is closed for remodeling and need some Bells, there’s still a way to 
make some cash.  Start off by talking to animals.  After a while, they’ll ask 
you to deliver something for them.  After you agree to deliver, you must find 
the person who they want it delivered to within the desired time limit.  Or, if 
you enjoy maddening your friends, you could just keep the gift for yourself.  I 
wouldn’t advise this, though.  It angers the animal and they probably won’t ask 
you for another favor again.  Well, if you reach your goal within the time 
limit, the animal will give you either clothing, a piece of furniture, or 
Bells.  If Nook’s is closed, then you’ll be hoping for the clothing or Bells.  
If you get the clothing, you can go sell it at the Able Sisters Tailor Shop.
Also, if Nook’s shop is closed, you could compete against neighbors in a 
friendly contest.  Normally a bug catching or fishing competition, you go up 
against friends seeing who can catch a certain creature, or who can catch the 
rarest.  All you have to do is talk to an animal repeatedly, and sometimes they 
mention that they want a certain creature.  Your neighbors are pretty speedy, 
so you have to get them what they want.  If you win the contest, they take your 
creature and give you Bells, furniture or clothing.


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$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$*****Quick Cash-5*****$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

A good way to make some quick Bells is to go digging.  You must first buy a 
shovel, then look for small stars on the ground, usually about 5 per time you 
get on.  Occasionally, they are small creature like tikis, and they create 
sound.  These are basically useless, as they are very annoying.  They sell for 
828 Bells each, so I suggest you sell them.  Usually, when you dig up a star, 
you get a fossil.  I advise that you donate   the fossils to the museum, as 
with the fish and bugs.  But when you start getting doubles, you should have 
Blathers (the museum manager) identify them and then go running back to Nook’s 
screaming “I got a fossil!  I got a fossil!”  From selling fossils, you get a 
hefty sum of Bells, 2,000-5,000 Bells!  Selling fossils is one of the best ways 
to make quick cash-and a lot of it!
Another good way to make quick cash is to shoot down flying gifts in the sky.  
First you must buy a slingshot.  Then, at every time the clock ends in a 4, 
take out your slingshot and prepare to fire!  For example, at 9:54, a gift 
would be flying over your head.  This a good way to make lots of Bells-and very 
quickly!  You get a new piece of furniture every 10 minutes!
Also, do you want to know how to get up to 8,500 Bells a day?!  I thought so.  
So here’s how you do it.  Take out your shovel (buy one, if you need to) and 
look for a rock.
There are many in your town, so it shouldn’t be too hard.  Okay, before you get 
any ideas, don’t hit the rock just yet.  You first need to dig two holes: one 
directly behind you and one to the left of you.  Here’s a diagram to help:
Rock-R       You-Y        Holes-H


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                   HHHH
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Since you don’t know which rock is the money rock (they’re random everyday), 
it’s necessary to do this to every rock.  Making these holes protect you from 
slipping back; the money rock gives you a certain time limit to knock out all 
the Bells.  This is the best way to make money everyday.

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$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$*****Your House Loan: Paying It All Off -6 *****$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Your beginning house loan: small, harmless.  Your second expansion: big, 
scary.  Your third expansion: the monster in your closet.  Your fourth 
expansion: you might faint.  Your fifth expansion: a nightmare.  Your sixth 
expansion?  You might as well die.  This whole section is paying off and 
expanding that house of yours.  Some of the amounts are minor.  Some of the 
amounts are ridiculously large.  Sometimes Old Man Nook is just cheating you 
out of Bells.  Unfortunately, we all have to do it.  That’s the objective in 
the game.  Boo hoo.  Too sad.  All your hard earned Bells go to Nook.  Too 
bad.  Get over it.  Now, here are the house amounts and the layouts.

          Initial House: 19,800 Bells     Description: 4x4.  Small.  Cheap.  
Pay it off quick.

Ground Floor

                             
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First Expansion: 120,000 Bells  Descriptions: 6x6.  Medium.  Semi- expensive.  
Easy to pay off.
Main Room


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Second Expansion: 298,000 Bells   Description: 8x8.  Large.  Takes some time to 
pay off.


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Third Expansion: 598,000 Bells   Description: 6x6.  Medium.  Expensive. 

Second Floor (sandwiched between First Floor and Save Room)

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Fourth Expansion: 728,000 Bells    Description: 6x6.  Medium.  Hard to pay off.

Left Wing

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Fifth Expansion:848,000 Bells    Description: 6x6.  Medium.  Very hard to pay 
off.

Right Wing


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Sixth Expansion: 948,000 Bells    Description: 6x6.  Medium.  Ridiculously 
large.
Back Room



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Yay!!!!  You’re done paying off your loan!!!  If you’ve paid off your sixth 
expansion you might even get a surprise!  No more!!!!  I’m free!!  
Yay!!!!!!!!!     
It’s a good feeling of paying off your loan, eh?  Thought so.  And, it’s much 
easier if you follow my tips……

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$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$*****Orchard + Care =Bells?-7*****$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Want to know how to make the most money in the game?!  Let me guess……..Yeah?  
I’m right?!  Cool, I’m psychic!  Okay, here it comes………..Man, I forgot!  Just 
kidding...  The best way to make Bells in the game is to have a fruit orchard.  
But not just any fruit orchard!  A foreign fruit orchard!  No, not foreign like 
Italian sports car foreign.  Foreign as in this-fruit-doesn’t-grow-in-my-town-
so-it-must-be-foreign foreign.  You don’t know how to get a foreign fruit?  All 
you have to do is get some letters from Nook, write compliments (like the ones 
in section 4),and attach your town’s native fruit: cherries, apples, pears, 
oranges or peaches.  Send the letter and you should get a letter back with a 
foreign fruit attached.  When you get the foreign fruit, buy an axe.  Chop down 
a tree, dig up the stump, and plant the foreign fruit where the stump was.  
This will help the fruit grow.  After your tree grows, take the fruits from it 
and plant them (you don’t have to do the stump thing).  Now, make sure when 
growing your orchard to never step on the sprout, and always water the trees 
when they’re wilting.  So, if you get a whole load of foreign fruits, you can 
make 7,500 per trip!  Imagine if your whole town had foreign fruits!  If you 
followed my instructions, you should be insanely rich in no time!

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$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$***** Miscellaneous-8*****$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
This is the part of the FAQ where I talk about interesting things in Animal 
Crossing: Wild World.  Like K.K.Slider.  Did you know his real name is 
Totakeke?  Do you want to know all his songs?  I’ll list them for you:


Agent K.K.        	K.K. Faire          	K.K. Steppe
Aloha K.K.        	K.K. Folk           	K.K. Swing
Cafe K.K.          	K.K. Fusion        	K.K. Tango
Comrade K.K.   	        K.K. Gumbo       	K.K. Technopop
DJ K.K.             	K.K. Jazz            	K.K. Waltz
Forest Life         	K.K. Lament      	K.K. Western
Go K.K. Rider           K.K. Love Song   	King K.K.
I Love You         	K.K. Lullaby        	Lucky K.K.
Imperial K.K.       	K.K. Mambo        	Marine Song 2001
K.K. Aria           	K.K. Marathon     	Mountain Song
K.K. Ballad         	K.K. March          	Mr. K.K.
K.K. Blues          	K.K. Metal          	My Place
K.K. Bossa          	K.K. Ragtime        	Neapolitan
K.K. Calypso        	K.K. Rally          	Only Me
K.K. Casbah         	K.K. Reggae         	Pondering
K.K. Chorale        	K.K. Rock           	Rockin' K.K.
K.K. Condor         	K.K. Rockabilly  	Senor K.K.
K.K. Country        	K.K. Safari         	Soulful K.K.
K.K. Cruisin'       	K.K. Salsa          	Steep Hill
K.K. D & B          	K.K. Samba          	Surfin' K.K.
K.K. Dirge          	K.K. Ska            	The K. Funk
K.K. Dixie          	K.K. Song           	To the Edge
K.K. Etude          	K.K. Soul           	Two Days Ago

Want to know how your mail gets in the mailbox?  Obviously, the mailman.  Do 
you know who the mailman is?  Probably, but I’ll tell you anyways.  The mailman 
is a pelican named Pete.
Do you know…um……I kind of ran out of things to tell you……I guess it’s time to 
roll the credits…………..Oh yeah, I remember now!  Don’t time travel………Take care 
of your turnips…Grow a well-cared for orchard……Brush your teeth……Go to bed on 
time……Listen to you’re  parents……Snore……Sorry, now it’s time to roll the 
credits………


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$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$*****Credits/Copyright-9*****$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Author-Me     Typed By-Me
Everything Else-Me 

You can’t copy this, or I’ll find you.   You will get injured.

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$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$*****Special Thanks-10*****$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

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