|Date||Autumn 9th (annual)|
|Time||10:00 AM to 6:00 PM|
Every year on Autumn 9th, the residents of Mineral Town celebrate bountiful harvests with a festival and potluck gathering.
You’re required to bring your own ingredients to add to the potluck stew, although all you’ll get from this festival is Friendship Points with the villagers. But it’s an easy festival to enter, so it’s always worth attending.
Requirements (What Should You Bring?)
On the day of the festival itself, you’ll need to bring something with you as an ingredient to add to the potluck.
This ingredient can be anything that’s edible and increases stamina (or decreases fatigue).
Note: The ingredient you bring doesn’t affect FP or LP with villagers. So what you bring to the Harvest Festival will mostly affect the festival dialogue itself, but not really affect anything else.
You can bring any Autumn crops that are in season, like Chili Peppers or Adzuki Beans.
Or Animal products like Milk or Eggs are safe choices as well.
Just be sure to avoid bringing any of the following poisonous/toxic ingredients:
- Red Grass
- Poison Mushroom
- Anything inedible like Material Stone
To join the Harvest Festival, enter the plaza after 10:00 AM on Autumn 9th.
Just head east from the path above your farm until you reach the very end, and go up.
You can go around the area and talk to the villagers that may be standing around, and you’ll gain some FP just by interacting with people here.
When you’re ready to add your ingredient to the stew, hold the item in your hands and interact with Mayor Thomas.
After the festival is over, you can remain in the plaza and talk to the villagers, who will give feedback on the soup’s flavor.
Leaving Rose Plaza will teleport you back to the farmhouse at 6:00 PM.
Prizes + Benefits
There are no prizes or secret items to win from the Harvest Festival. Attending only lets you earn +5 FP with the villagers that you interact with before and after the potluck.
Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town
- Story of Seasons: FoMT Harvest Festival Guide