Disney Dreamlight Valley is my latest addiction, and as a veteran MMO player, I came to learn and understand the easiest ways to approach resource management simulation and come up with a big load of cash.
There are a lot of easy ways to make money in Dreamlight Valley, but this method is the most worthwhile, as it allows you to create a money farm without much dedication. You’ll be making a lot of Star Coins without doing much, allowing you to tackle the accompanying quests and deal with other things around your village. It simply comes down to this: do not underestimate the value of the crops and make sure that you are selling the right crops.
1. Dig your farm
To start, you’ll want a huge farm. When I say big, I really mean big (dig at least 200 holes). Feel free to move some of your village homes into neat and tidy corners to make sure you have enough space to handle the full scope of what you are about to do.
The picture above shows the size of my farm. You can get bigger if you want to, but at this point, it’s probably not necessary. I moved my house to the corner for more space.
2. Find a mate
Once you dig enough space, this next step is very important. Make sure one of your buddies has the extension Gardens Features. To check if any of them have this, pause the game, go to Collection Then scroll down to Personalities. You can hover over each character to see what they have. It will be listed at the bottom of the screen.
If one of your characters doesn’t have the extension Gardens Attribute, check if anyone in your village is still in the first level. If so, you can quickly shower with gifts (try their favorite flowers or items), to carry them up to the second level. Once there, you can decide which theme they will specialize in (this won’t work for Ariel or Ursula). Obviously, choose Gardens.
If you have no one in your first level village, and no one with the gardening trait, things get a little tricky, but not impossible. Check out the people who are grayed out in your character list and try to unlock them. For example, if Remy is locked, you will have to enter the main castle and spend some Dreamlight to get into his world.
If you unlock every character in some way, none of them are in the first level, and none of them have the gardening attribute, you will have to bite off the bullet and move on with this guide. New characters will be added to Dreamlight Valley in the future. Just make sure when they are included that you give some of them a gardening theme.
3. Buy your own seeds
The next step depends entirely on where you are in the game. if you own Forgotten Lands Unlocked, go to the Goofy booth and buy a set of Leek seeds or pumpkin seeds. It’s your choice. leek It will grow within 2 hours and can be sold for 309 coins per vegetable. gourd It takes four hours to grow and can sell for 664 per green. However, one pumpkin seeds It costs 275 coins while a Leek seeds He is only 120 years old. Both are useful in raising money.
If you do not have Forgotten Lands Available for you, don’t worry! This is pretty late in the game anyway, so you’re unlikely to be able to get to it easily. The second best thing is Frosted Heightswhere you will buy a set of eggplant seeds. Still do not have it? this is good! Forest of Courage This is where you will go after your purchase onion seeds from jovi. If you don’t have any of these areas, go to peaceful meadow and buy tons of carrot seeds.
For those who don’t have any of these areas unlocked (which is highly unlikely), it means you’re too early in the game to do this strategy. However, once you unlock Peaceful Meadows, it’s fair game.
If you’re wondering how many seeds to buy, I usually go somewhere around 200. I have 233 dug holes on my farm, so if your farm is close to the size of mine, you’ll need a lot of seeds in order to fill them up! If you can’t afford it (things can get expensive late in the game), do what you can without bankrupting yourself.
4. Start your farm
Now that you have plenty of holes in the ground, a lovely mate who’s ready to do some light gardening with you, and a bunch of seeds, you’re ready to make money! Interact with a companion who takes pride in gardening and choose “Let’s hang out outside!” and options.
Once the hangout is over, you can start. Plant your seeds, water them, and wait patiently. Make sure to water it when it is dry. In the meantime, feel free to do whatever you need around your village.
Once things are done growing (carrots only take 15m, but eggplants take 3 hours), you Should Refer back to your buddy with the gardening theme and select “Let’s hang out outside!” Cucumber again (assuming you turned it down after planting everything). Now you can start harvesting. It is important to have your horticultural companion by your side when you are planting, watering or harvesting crops.
Not only will you notice that their friendship meter is increasing very quickly, but they also sometimes offer a greater return on resources. When they’re at a low level it won’t be that great, but the more you do it, the more effective it will be.
The best parts? Accompanying orange stack. You may have noticed a hidden line of text that only appears when you click on the D-Pad while hanging out with a buddy: “Chances increase with friendship level for each character in the village who has this bonus.”
This means that the more you do this, the more crops you will get with each harvest. Once your companion with gardening theme reaches level 10, you Should Get a new gardening feature companion as soon as possible, to increase the yield exponentially.
I currently have four max level companions with the Gardening theme. With a harvest of 233 crops, I was able to get a total of 421 crops thanks to my companion. You won’t always be this lucky, but the better this statistic, the better your chances. I’m an item if 100% obtainable, but you can probably get close to it.
5. Make money easily
What next, you may ask? Well, obviously, sell it! I recommend keeping some vegetables at home just in case you need to cook something with remy, but other than that, go for pork for the money.
You can see in the photo above, I’m currently selling one harvest of eggplant’s worth to Goofy for 166,000 coins. Keep this farm activity in the background while you do other things in town, and you will have a constant flow of money.
You can use this strategy with any and all cultivable crops, not just the ones I mentioned. However, it is the items you have listed that make the most money. If you decide to use a different crop than the one I recommended, I would suggest not planting crops that usually produce multiple vegetables per harvest.
Friends can sometimes collect an extra crop when you harvest it, but even though the vegetables come out in a pile of three with each crop, your companion will still catch only one. As a result, it is not possible to use okra, asparagus, tomatoes, spinach or zucchini as easy ways to make money.
You’ll want the most valuable single vegetable, which is why early adopters of the game should stick to the carrot, switch to the onion whenever you open it, switch to the eggplant, and eventually stick to the leek at the end.