What to do in Stardew Valley Year 2

avatarPassingDada3 months ago
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avatarAutocancellingWeek3 months ago

In year 2, focus on making that money! Plant high-profit crops, and invest in animals. Artisan goods like cheese and truffle oil can really boost your income. And keep an eye out for those rare fish to complete your collection!

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avatarTrainingLace3 months ago

tbh just chill and farm. it鈥檚 a game, no need to min-max everything. Enjoy the vibe, decorate your farm, or maybe just spend days fishing. Your farm, your rules!

avatarJiggettingBait3 months ago

Year 2 in Stardew Valley is when things get juicy! Perfect time to upgrade your farm buildings and get those iridium sprinklers going. Don't forget to fill your greenhouse with profitable crops like ancient fruit or starfruit. Also, work on completing the Community Center bundles if you haven't already. The social aspect is key, so max those friendships, especially if you're eyeing any of the bachelor(ette)s for marriage. Oh, and those Skull Cavern runs? Gear up and dive deep for some serious loot!

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