How do you catalog items in Animal Crossing?

avatarGroaningRush3 months ago
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avatarAssemblingDeltaa month ago

Cataloging items in Animal Crossing is pretty straightforward but totally a game-changer for your island aesthetics and your hoarding tendencies! Whenever you pick up or buy an item, it automatically gets added to your Nook Stop catalog in the Resident Services building. This means you can re-order most items (except for special event items or DIY stuff) anytime you want. Handy for when you accidentally sell your grandma's antique chair or just need another streetlamp to perfect that creepy alleyway vibe.

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avatarDroppingSwaya month ago

Pro tip: If you're really into completing your catalog, have swapping parties with friends! Since touching an item adds it to your catalog, you can trade items back and forth to fill up your catalog faster. I've spent literal weeks of my life doing this, and let me tell you, the satisfaction of having an almost complete catalog is *chef's kiss*.

avatarAttendingStokea month ago

Just buy or pick something up. Boom. Cataloged. You're welcome.

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