General Q&A Page 4

If you have a question please write it on this page. The bros will hopefully know the answer.

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Q: Do new animals move in when animals move out?

A: Yes


Q: Can you give people gifts?

A: Yes, just wave first and then talk to them, you should get several options "Give present" should be one of them. Note that you have to have interacted with them a bit or you won't have that option.


Q: Where do I sell fish?

A: You don't, you trade them with the book for things that you can sell at the emporium.


Q: can you send animals to other towns, or just your character?

A: you can have exchange students


Q: What are all the Linguistics for that aren't used in spells?

A: there are a lot of other spells that aren't registered in your menu, you can also talk with them if it's easier for you.


Q: Does that stuff at the Harrows change daily?

A: Yes, and the same thing with Daisy's and Vivian's.


Q: Can you take classes at another town?

A: No


Q: How do you bury stuff?

A: You equip the shovel, open your inventory, drag the item you want to bury to your character, or just select it with A.


Q: Can you grow trees/bushes/mushrooms?

A: You can grow trees and bushes, for more info on that check out Planting. Mushrooms grow on their own.


Q: Will people play music with you if your not playing with them?
Q: If you play music, will other villagers play music too, even if you aren't playing with them as in them following you?

A: Yes just play a song if they're nearby and interested they should pull out their instruments too.


Q: Can you play with multiple people at once?

A: If by people you mean villagers, no only one at a time. But over multiplayer yes.


Q: where do you eat noodles?

A: At the noodle shop, Fungi forest in the morning, The beach on the afternoons.


Q: Can more than 4 other classmates play with you?

A: For music, yes. In terms of 'hanging out', only one classmate will play with you at a time. If you mean multiplayer, only 3 people can come to a world at once.


Q: Wifi question? I just dropped a student off in a town and when I tried to leave it says unable to disconnect?

A: Those are connection issues, everybody in your town should idle when somebody joins or leaves, so when somebody is fishing or playing music or whatever, nobody can join or leave.


Q: I want to move a villager from a game to other, but I can't… ¿What I have to do? I wish to have the villager in the other own forever.

A: Then keep cycling through students in that other town, because exchanges only stay for a few weeks, and that's your only option.


Q: How long does it take for your villiager to move if you don't talk to them?

A: As long as it takes for them to get bored of your lack of company. There's probably no set time for it. Some say a week, some say more.


Q: I go to options * coz i want to download a broom* and it dosent say this or whatnot. I have the english version of it…

A: It would be easier to help if you had written that in English. In main menu, go to Other -> Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection -> Download. After that, talk to Reginald in-game and ask to download the stuff.


Q: What is that mysterious screaming that happens occasionally when I go in my dorm?

A: The mysterious screaming you keep on hearing is from the next door room, if you enter the room next to yours you will encounter someone. Other noises that can come from the adjacent room are alarm clocks, whistling, and other exclamations.


Q: how do you ask the villagers to meet with you at lover's point?

A: You don't, they ask you when they like you enough.


Q: Does sending telegrams to classmates do anything, like raise your relationshp?

A: We're really not sure about this one. Probably, though.


Q: When can you move into the empty house?

A: You can't, the empty house will eventually be moved into by a new classmate. No idea how this rumour started.


Q: Can we use shovel to find treasure in the ground? I have used gold ore but it fails ( find nothing).

A: Yes, you can! Use the treasure find spell to find out where to dig.

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