This page contains Harvest Moon: Tree Of Tranquility Glitches for Nintendo Wii called "Increase Villagers Affection Fast" and has been posted or updated on Feb 16, 2009 by Visigoth.
- Developer: Marvelous
- Publisher: Natsume
- Genre: Strategy Breeding/Constructing
- Release: Sep 30, 2008
- ESRB: Everyone
Increase Villagers Affection Fast
Every day you can increase villagers affection by 10% of a heart by giving them gifts until they no longer accept them. Giving them unliked gifts lowers their affection, but you are then allowed to give them extra gifts to make up for that lost affection. There is no limit to the number of unliked gifts you can give per day, and once you decrease their affection to zero it won't go any lower. However, you can continue to give them unliked gifts, which will still increase the number of favored gifts you can give. This effectively allows you to give an unlimited number of favored gifts, bypassing the 10% cap.
-- For example, you can raise a villagers affection to 1 heart in a day by first giving them 30 hated gifts and then giving them 10 loved gifts (The villager must start with less than 1 heart).
-- Similarly, you can raise a villagers affection to 10 hearts in a day by first giving them 330 hated gifts followed by 100 loved gifts. Note in this case it does not matter what the villagers affection is to start with since their affection will be lowered to zero after giving them 330 hated gifts regardless.
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