Rune Factory 2 - Recipe/Cookbook Guide

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Rune Factory 2 - Recipe/Cookbook Guide

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Introduction

This is not intended to serve as a comprehensive guide for the game but is one
of the little 'mini-guides' I create for Harvest Moon games as a quick
reference guide for players. My Comprehensive General Guide can be found at:
http://faqs.ign.com/articles/931/931607p1.html
This Guide deals simply with the Recipes in Rune Factory 2. As there is no
potential to cook or forge in the 1st Generation, the Recipe/Cookbook Guide
strictly is applicable to the 2nd Generation of the game.
In Rune Factory 2, the potential to obtain Recipes either for Cooking, for the
Forge or the Pharmacy is predicated on the existence of the School. The
School cannot be built until your Child is born in the 1st Generation. When
the School is completed after 10 days, the 2nd Generation game will begin.
At the School, there are two different teachers and each teaches specific
classes. Mana teaches in the Morning and her classes deal with Cooking and
Medicines. Barrett teaches in the afternoons and his Classes teach lessons on
how to forge Weapons and Accessories for the most part.
The Lessons offered each day of the week are different and the Holiday is a
holiday from School, so there are classes only five days each week.
You are allowed to take a maximum of two Lessons from each teacher per day.
A note of caution here to players: you can take the same lesson twice by
accident if you highlight it again. It will 'count' as your second lesson
even if you took the same lesson previously, so be careful before you choose a
Lesson.
The Classes at the School are theory rather than practice. They will teach
you the Recipes but they will not make you a successful cook. In order to
become successful at cooking or forging, you must practice by making the same
items again and again to raise your Skill Levels.

Lessons are only the 1st Step…

Although you can complete every Lesson that Mana and Barrett offer, you will
not be able to put any of your knowledge into practice until you build a
Workshop. You will be told this quite clearly the first morning you attend
school. Byron, as always, is in charge of these expansions. The option to
expand the School by building a Workshop requires 100 Wood and 10,000G. It
will be completed overnight.

School Workshop:

You should have more than sufficient Lumber and Gold when you begin the 2nd
Generation to afford all possible Expansions, but if you only can afford one
at the start, choose the Workshop, as this is the location where any Cooking
and Forging activities occur in Rune Factory 2.
Simply having a Workshop will not allow you to do anything. The Workshop when
built will be empty. You need to buy a Kitchen, Forge and Pharmacy from Yue
if you wish to be able to use any of the Lessons you learned in School. Speak
to Yue and ask her for a Bargain.
Like the Lessons that are taught in School, Yue's 'Bargains' option differs
from day to day and you first need a Kitchen if you wish to purchase any
Kitchen Utensils from you. In this respect, Rune Factory 2 is similar to the
original Rune Factory.
Yue sells the actual Kitchens, Small and Large, Forge and Pharmacy on Monday.
The options that appear under 'Bargains' are:
Small Kitchen: 1000G
Large Kitchen: 5000G (?)
Forge/Workshop: 7000G
Pharmacy: 3000G
Once you have the basic Kitchen, you will be able to buy Utensils from Yue.
The options available for 'kitchenware' are:
Small Kitchenware
Large Kitchenware
As in many Harvest Moon games, a small kitchen only accommodates a limited
number of Utensils. You really should buy the Large Kitchen as soon as
possible in order to be able to obtain all possible Utensils to cook without
any restrictions.
As with Byron and the building Expansion options, Yue will allow you to buy as
many items as you wish in a single visit. You can purchase the Small and
Large Kitchens, the Forge and the Pharmacy immediately. They cost very
little.

Cooking and Forging: Practice makes Perfect

As in the original Rune Factory, cooking, forging and the creation of
accessories and medicines requires practice. Each 'recipe' has a Skill level
requirement. If you access the Levels page in your Farm Menu, you will find
that your Skill Level in Cooking, Forging and Pharmaceutical is at Level 1 at
the start of the 2nd Generation. Learning the Lessons at School will not
increase your Skill in these areas. You actually need to be able to make the
items successfully.
This essentially requires that you make the same item more than once. Each
attempt, even if it fails, will bring you closer to success. When you have
made easy Recipes successfully, you can begin to attempt more difficult ones.
It is pointless to attempt a difficult Recipe if you have a low level of
Skill. You will do nothing more than waste good ingredients.
This Recipe Cookbook Guide will include all possible Recipes in Rune Factory 2
for Cooked Items, Weapons, Accessories and Medicines. In Rune Factory 2,
however, you cannot experiment to create a new Recipe. You must have obtained
the Recipes either by learning your Lessons in School or by being given them
as rewards in Caves.
The primary benefit of a Recipe/Cookbook Guide is to give players an idea of
the items that will be needed in terms of ingredients for specific Recipes.
Some items are more difficult or time-consuming to obtain than others. By
knowing which items you need or how many of each are needed to create a
specific Cooked Dish or Weapon, you can collect those items for future use.
An advantage of practice in Cooking is the fact that a Cooked Dish is worth
more than raw ingredients in many cases. For example, if you ship a Pink
Turnip from your field, you will obtain 210G. If, however, you make it into
Pickled Turnips, you can ship it for 310G. Energy is consumed whenever you
cook or forge an item, but you will make a profit in many cases when you ship
the result.
Weapons cannot be shipped, of course, but they can be sold to a Merchant.

Cooking Menu

When you wish to cook, go to the Workshop. Provided that you purchased a
Kitchen, Small or Large, from Yue, and provided always that you have been
attending school and learning your lessons, you will be able to cook.
Kitchen Utensils must be purchased separately from Yue, but even without any
Utensils, you can cook some simple dishes. Next to the name of any Dish you
have obtained through a Lesson or in a Cave will be a number that represents
the Skill Level required to guarantee that you can complete it successfully.
The actual percentage of the chance of success for any Recipe depends on your
own Cooking Skill Level.
Results of any Cooking experiment are random but your chances of success
increase as your Skill levels increase. At the start, practice by cooking
dishes that have very low Skill level requirements. It is better to practice
with dishes that require only ingredients that can be purchased from Douglas,
as there is no point in wasting Crops that take time to grow on practice
recipes.
'Rice Ball' is an excellent beginner's Recipe. All you need is Rice,
purchased for 270G from Douglas.
Press 'A' in front of the Kitchen to access the Cooking Menu.
On the top screen, you will see a blank lined page. On the bottom screen, you
will see a Cooking Box with six empty slots and a Success Rate box with a
percentage. Now you need to find a Recipe and place the ingredients required
for the Recipe in the Cooking Box.
If you wish to make a Rice Ball, simply place a portion of Rice in one of the
Cooking Slots, then tap the book icon in the left corner of the bottom
screen. You will see two icons there. The first will display your Rucksack
as 'Ingredients' with the Cooking Box to the right. The second will display a
list of all the Recipes you have learned.
Tap the Book icon and you will find the List of Recipes that you have learned
displayed on the lower screen. Find the Recipe you need and highlight it,
then tap the book icon again to return to the Cooking page.
There are three excellent 'practice' Recipes in the Cookbook if you have taken
the Lessons for them.
Pickled Turnip Recipe
Pickled Turnip Recipe
Rice Ball
There are two separate Recipes for Pickled Turnips as one uses Pink Turnips
and the other uses white Turnips. I would recommend the Pink Turnips as they
grow in Spring and you will begin the 2nd Generation in Spring. If you do not
wish to purchase Rice from Douglas, choose the Pink Turnips Pickled Turnips
Recipe. The two Pickled Turnips Recipes have a Skill Level of 3. Rice Ball
has a Skill Level of 4. If you have a Cooking Skill Level of 1, your chances
of successfully creating Pickled Turnips will be 84%. It will be 73% or 75%
for Rice Ball. When you increase your Cooking Skill to Level 2, that
percentage will increase to 82%. At Level 4, which is the required Level for
the Dish, your percentage should be 100% finally.
As previously explained, when you have highlighted the Recipe, tap the Book
Icon again to return to the Cooking Page. Now you will see a List of
Ingredients for the Recipe on the top screen. Make certain that you place all
necessary ingredients in slots in the Cooking Box. For Rice Ball, all you
need is a portion of Rice. For a Pickled Turnip, all you need is 1 Turnip.
If you do choose to make the Pickled Turnips, however, make certain that you
choose the right Recipe for the Turnips you are using! Do not use white
Turnips to attempt to make the Recipe that asks for Pink Turnips.
When each ingredient occupies a slot in the Cooking Box, tap 'OK' to cook the
dish. If it cooks successfully, you will see a large message of 'SUCCESS!'
emblazoned across the Cooking screen. As with combat situations, practice
increases skill levels. Make the same simple recipe again and again to
increase your Skill Level in Cooking.
To increase from Level 1 to Level 2, you need only make about three successful
Dishes. They can be the same dish made more than once. As your Cooking Skill
Levels increase, however, it will take longer to progress to the next Level.
This was true in the original Rune Factory as well.
Finally, it is important to realize that Cooking or Forging takes energy. It
is hard work, after all, and your character will lose HP in the process. It
is possible to practice the same Recipe again and again but only if you pay
attention to your energy levels. You actually can pass out if you spend too
much time in the Kitchen!
As your Skill Levels at the activity in question increase, less HP will be
consumed. Again, practice is the key whether you are fighting a Monster,
planting a Crop, cooking a meal or forging a fine blade!

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Re: Rune Factory 2 - Recipe/Cookbook Guide

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Complete Recipe Cookbook


Mana's Morning Classes


Monday Classes


Tuesday Classes:


List of Tuesday Lessons:

I. Bread and Rice
II. Medicinal Basics
III. Spicy Foods
IV. Convenient Side Dishes
V. Difficult Cooking
VI. A World of Tools
VII. Amethyst Items
VIII. Making Pendants
IX. Making Super Pendants
X. Making Difficult Accessories
XI. Seasoning
Lesson I: Bread and Rice
BREAD Lesson
Okay then, let's begin. We'll star with BREAD. Knead FLOUR with water to
make the dough, then let it rise.

TOAST Lesson
Next, we'll try making TOAST. Take some BREAD and put it in the oven until
its browned.
RICE BALL Lesson
Next, let's try making a RICE BALL. Take some steamed RICE, then shape it
into a triangle.
SALMON RICE BALL Lesson
Now we'll make a SALMON RICE BALL. Just like before, take some RICE in your
hand.
Before shaping it, however, put a SALTED SALMON in the centre. Then, shape
the RICE, and you're done!
Hit RICE, then hit SALTED SALMON, then OK and move on.
BAKED RICE BALL Lesson
Finally, let's try making a BAKED Rice BALL. Bake a RICE BALL in the oven
until it's lightly browned.
Lesson II: Basic Medicines
RECOVERY POTION Lesson
Today, instead of food, let's learn some recipes for useful medicines! First,
we'll make a RECOVERY POTION. To begin, you'll need an EMPTY BOTTLE. Next,
carefully wash a MEDICINAL HERB, then grind it up. Then, put some GREEN GRASS
in water, and bring it to a boil. There! It's finished!
N.B. Note that the actual Recipe for a Recovery Potion requires only 1
Medicinal Herb and 1 Green Grass. If you ask Ray to make one at the Clinic,
however, you will be required to give him 3 Medicinal Herbs.
ANTIDOTE POTION Lesson
Next is an ANTIDOTE POTION. This is a very important medicine! Don't forget
it! First, take some leaves off an ANTIDOTE HERB. Just like before, mix some
GREEN GRASS with water. Then, mix the ANTIDOTE HERB into it, and it's
finished!
PARA-GONE Lesson
Next, we'll try a cure for paralysis. It's called PARA-GONE. First, take
some leaves off of some YELLOW GRASS. Next, just like before, add a
MEDICINAL HERB to boiling water. Then, mix in the YELLOW GRASS, and it's
ready!
ROUNDOFF Lesson
Next, we'll make a ROUNDOFF. It has an odd name, but I guarantee it works!
First, get a MEDICINAL HERB. Next, add some BLUE GRASS. The BLUE GRASS is
used to relieve stress. Finally, add some PURPLE GRASS. There! It's done!
COLD MEDICINE
Finally, we'll make some COLD MEDICINE. Remember, only use this when you're
really sick! Let's start with some RED GRASS. This will give you a lot of
energy. Next, add some GREEN GRASS. It tastes bitter, but works well. Then,
add some ORANGE GRASS. It also give you energy. Finally, add a LEEK. This
is used to harden the outside. And that's all! You're finished!
Lesson III. SPICY FOODS
DRY CURRY Lesson
This time, we'll make some spicy dishes. First, we'll try DRY CURRY. First
finely chop some GREEN PEPPER. Then, chop up some ONION in the same way.
Next, Chop up a CARROT, and mix it together with the other vegetables. Then,
stir fry everything in a frying pan coated with OIL. Once its browned, add
in the CURRY POWDER, but don't add too much. When its ready, pour it over
some RICE, and it's finished!
CURRY BREAD Lesson
Next is CURRY BREAD. To make it, first you'll need to prepare some DRY
CURRY. Then, stuff it into some BREAD. Seal it well, then fry it in OIL, and
it's finished!
FRIED SUNSQUID LESSON
Next is FRIED SUNSQUID. This one isn't really super-spicy, actually. You'll
need a SUNSQUID. It's spicy by itself, so be careful seasoning it.
Next is CURRY UDON. This is a great way to combine curry and noodles. First,
use FLOUR to make the noodles. Then, add a PINK TURNIP to give it some
colour. Next, add some thinly sliced CARROTS. For seasoning, use CURRY
POWDER. Dissolve it in the soup to add great curry flavor!

Last is CURRY MANJU. This combines Chinese steamed buns with curry. First,
chop up a BAMBOO SPROUT. Then, chop up a CARROT and mix it with the BAMBOO
SPROUT. Next, season the mixture with CURRY POWDER. Finally, wrap it in
dough made from FLOUR and steam it. That's it!
Lesson IV. Convenient Side Dishes
CORN ON THE COB Lesson
Today we'll try some light, easily prepared recipes. First, let's try CORN ON
THE COB. Heat up the frying pan, and then fry some CORN. Use some BUTTER
when cooking to add to the taste.
CHEESE BREAD Lesson
Next is CHEESE BREAD. Start by making the dough using FLOUR. Add some SMALL
CHEESE into the dough, too. Once the BREAD is done steaming, sprinkle some
HONEY on top!
STEAMED CAKE Lesson
Next is STEAMED CAKE. It's easy ot make. Start by whisking a SMALL EGG.
Once it's frothy, pour in some SMALL MILK. Then, let it steam, and you're
finished!
PUMPKIN PUDDING Lesson
Next is PUMPKIN PUDDING. You'll need quite a lot of ingredients for this
one! Let's start with the basics. First, beat a SMALL EGG. Then, pour in
some SMALL MILK. Next, add in some PUMPKIN. Add some YELLOW GRASS to bring
out the desired flavor and colour. Finally, cover it with HONEY, and you're
finished!
HOT CHOCOLATE Lesson
Last is HOT CHOCOLATE. This drink will really warm you up in Winter! Start
by heating some SMALL MILK in a pot. Then, add some MELTED CHOCOLATE, and
you're done!
Lesson VI: A World of Tools
GRAPE LIQUEUR Lesson
Today's lesson handles versatile recipes. First up is GRAPE LIQUEUR. First,
put some WINE into a POT. Next add some crushed GRAPES. Next, add a finely
broken-up CHARM BLUE. Finally, add some PURPLE GRASS. Heat slowly on a low
heat, and it's finished!
BOILED GYOZA Lesson
Next is BOILED GYOZA. Start by making the dough using some FLOUR. Next,
finely cut up some CABBAGE. Finally, chop up some SPINACH, and wrap
everything up in the dough, and you're finished!
MARMALADE Lesson
Next comes… Ah, of course! MARMALADE. There's only one ingredient, an
ORANGE. Put it in the mixer.
MIXED OLE Lesson
Last up is MIXED OLE. This is a really simple recipe. It's super-easy!
First, make a FRUIT OLE. Next, make a VEGETABLE OLE. Then, mix both of them
together, and you're finished!

Lesson XI: Seasoning
HEAVY SPICE Lesson
Today, we'll look at recipes that can be used to season other dishes. First
is HEAVY SPICE. To make this, you'll first need some RED GRASS. Add some
more RED GRASS next. This should make it really hot!
SWEET POWDER Lesson
Next is SWEET POWDER. First, use an APPLE. Add another APPLE next. And
that's it!
SOUR DROP Lesson
Nexty is a SOUR DROP. Start with an ORANGE. Use s slightly sour one. Then,
add some YELLOW GRASS, and you're finished!
MIXED HERBS Lesson
Finally, we'll make some MIXED HERBS. First, you'll need a TOYHERB. Next,
add a PINK CAT. Then, add a CHARM BLUE. Finally, add a MOONDROP.

Wednesday Classes:


List of Wednesday Classes:


I. Sashimi
II. Grilled Fish 1
III. Shrimp Ahoy!
IV. Sashimi 2
V. Squid paradise
VI. Sashimi 3
VII. Sashimi 4
VIII. Grilled Fish 2
IX. Grilled Fish 3
X. Grilled Fish 4
XI. Grilled Fish 5
XII. Aquamarine Items

Lesson I. SASHIMI
Cherry Sashimi Lesson
Let's begin our lesson on Cheery Sashimi. Making sashimi is really easy to
learn. Just wash a CHERRY SALMON well, then thinly slice it.
Masu Trout SASHIMI Lesson
Next is MASU TROUT SASHIMI. Thinly slice a MASU TROUT after carefully washing
it.
RAINBOW SASHIMI Lesson
Okay, next is RAINBOW SASHIMI. It can be made with just one RAINBOW TROUT.
CHAR SASHIMI Lesson
Next is CHAR SASHIMI. This one is simple, too. Catch a CHAR, then slice it
thinly.
NEEDLEFISH SASHIMI Lesson
Finally, one last sashimi recipe. This one is NEEDLEFISH SASHIMI. Get a
NEEDLEFISH, then thinly slice it.
Lesson II. GRILLED FISH 1
SALTED C. SALMON LESSON
Okay, let's begin our lesson on grilled fish. Let's start by making a SALTED
C. SALMON. Simply sprinkle salt on your CHERRY SALMON, and grill.
SALTED MASU TROUT Lesson
Next, let's make a SALTED MASU TROUT. These recipes are really easy to
remember! Sprinkle a MASU Trout with salt, then grill it.
SALTRED R. TROUT Lesson
Okay, now lets make a SALTED R. TROUT. All of these recipes are very
similar. Just salt the RAINBOW TROUT, then grill it.
SALTED CHAR Lesson
Next is a SALTED CHAR. As usual, salt the fish – a CHAR – then grill it.
FRIED NEEDLEFISH Lesson
Our last one is FRIED NEEDLEFISH. You simply cook a NEEDLEFISH, but be
careful for how long.

Thursday Classes


List of Thursday Lessons:

I. Dessert
II. Cooking Secrets
III. How to Make Tasty Snacks
IV. An Intro to Mixers
V. Advanced Mixer Techniques
VI. Winter-time Cooking
VII. Fancy Juices
VIII. Emerald Items
IX. Knitting Accessories
X. The Path to Elegance
XI. Fertilisers
Lesson I. Dessert:
CAKE Lesson
First, we'll learn how to make a CAKE today. Let's start by making the
batter. First, we'll use BUTTER. Next, add SMALL MILK. Finally, add FLOUR.
Mix all three together to make the batter. Making the batter can be tough,
but give it your best shot.
You'll want to decorate your cake when it's done, so add a STRAWBERRY. It
also looks cute if you add a PINK CAT on top of it. There! Now it's finished!
CHEESECAKE Lesson
Let's make a CHEESECAKE next! Let's start with the batter. First, you'll
need FLOUR. Then, add a SMALL EGG. Mix them together well. Let's add some
SMALL CHEESE, too. Then, bake it in the oven. Spread a crushed COOKIE on top
of it after it's done baking, and it will taste even better!
CHOCOLATE CAKE Lesson
The next recipe is CHOCOLATE CAKE.
It's very similar to the last recipe. We'll start again with the batter.
First, the BUTTER. Then add the SMALL MILK. Finally, add FLOUR. After it's
cooked, cover it with CHOCOLATE, and it's finished!
PUDDING Lesson
Next is PUDDING. First, crack a SMALL EGG and beat it. Then add boiled SMALL
MILK a little at a time. After that's done, put it into the steamer. When
it's done steaming, add some HONEY and let it cool.
ICE CREAM Lesson
Lastly, we have ICE CREAM. This is a special recipe, so listen carefully!
First, heat some SMALL MILK. When it gets hot, mix in some HONEY. The last
ingredient is a bit tricky to make. Use an ICE STAFF to cool it off quickly.
That's all!
Lesson II. COOKING SECRETS

KETCHUP LESSON
Today, we're going to learn how to make some condiments! Let's start with
KETCHUP. Start with a TOMATO. Then, add an ONION. You can add it as – is,
but it's a good idea to chop it up a bit. Then, just blend them both together
in a Mixer! Voila! You're done!
BUTTER Lesson
Next up is BUTTER. This is used in many recipes, so don't forget it! Simply
put a SMALL MILK in the mixer and blend. Let it cool, and it's done.
STRAWBERRY JAM Lesson
Next, let's try STRAWBERRY JAM. It tastes great on toast, so let's give it a
try! To make it, simmer some STRAWBERRY in a pot on low heat until syrupy.
APPLE JAM Lesson
Next up is APPLE JAM. It's made the same way. Slowly simmer some APPLES in a
pot. Make sure the heart isn't too high
GRAPE JAM Lesson
Lastly, we'll try GRAPE JAM. Now you'll be able to make all kinds of jam!
Simply simmer some GRAPES on low heat until they're syrupy.

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Friday Classes


List of Friday's Lessons

I. Mom's Cooking
II. Chinese Cooking
III. Egg Cooking
IV. Dinnertime
V. Super Suppers
VI. Sapphire Items
VII. Diamond Items
VIII. Ring Basics
IX. Grasping Happiness
X. Tough but Super Accessories
Lesson I. Mom's Cooking Lessons
FRIED EGGS Lesson
Our first recipe is FRIED EGGS. First, crack a SMALL EGG, and mix it well.
Next, add a finely chopped TURNIP. It adds sweetness and texture. That's all
there is to it. Any sized egg will do.
FRENCH TOAST Lesson
The next recipe is good for breakfast or a snack. It's FRENCH TOAST. First,
crack a sSMALL EGG, and mix it well. Then, dip some BREAD into the egg
batter. Finally, cook it in a frying pan coated with OIL.
HOT MILK Lesson
Next is HOT MILK. Simply heat SMALL MILK slowly in a pot over al ow flame.
CURRY RICE Lesson
Next is CURRY RICE. This one's a bit more complicated. First, chop a CARROT,
then place it into a pot. Next, add water and CURRY POWDER, and slowly heat
it over a low flame. Be careful not to burn it! Next, use some RED GRASS to
add colour and flavor. Add some RICE on the side, and it's ready! If it's
too bland, you can add some HEAVY SPICE.
Finally, we'll try this… APPLE PIE! First peel and core an APPLE. Next, add
some HONEY to make it sweet. Then make a pie crust using FLOUR. Spread some
BUTTER on the surface, then put it in the oven. That's all!
Lesson II. Chinese Cooking
FRIED RICE Lesson
Today, we'll try some exotic recipes! Let's start with FRIED RICE! First,
put some OIL in a frying pan, and haat it. Next, crack open a SMALL EGG in
the frying pan. Then, add some thinly sliced GREEN PEPPER. Then, add a
finely chopped LEEK. Work quickly, or it will start to burn! Finally, add
the RICE. Be careful not to stir up the pan too much.
GYOZA Lesson
Next is a recipe for tasty, crisp GYOZA. First, use FLOUR to make the
wrappers. When the wrappers are ready, chop some CABBAGE. Next, chop up some
ONION. Wrap them, then place them in a frying pan coated with OIL.
MEAT DUMPLING Lesson
Next up is a MEAT DUMPLING. First, finely chop some CABBAGE. Next, add some
chopped ONION. Then, some SHRIMP. Again, make sure it's finely chopped.
Next, add some GREEN GRASS. This can put on top, or mixed into it. Wrap it
up in a thinly rolled FLOUR wrapper, then steam.
CHINESE MANJU Lesson
We'll try this one next. It's a CHINESE MANJU. Okay, we'll get started!
First, we'll chop up a RAMBOO SHOOT. Next, chop up a CARROT in the same way.
Now, let's make the wrappers! Add water to some FLOUR, and knead.
Finally, add some MIXED HERBS. And that's all!
Next is a STEAMED GYOZA. The basics are the same, but it's slightly
different. First, finely chop up some CABBAGE. Next chop up some ONION.
Wow, you're a chopping expert! Then, add some OIL to keep the vegetables from
drying out. Finally, put the vegetables in some FLOUR Wrappers, then steam
until ready.

BARRETT'S AFTERNOON CLASSES



Monday Classes


List of Monday Lessons:

I. Hammers, Axes and Staves
II. Hammers, Axes and Sickles
III. Hammers, Axes and Sickles 2
IV. Hammers, Axes and Sickles 3
V. Spear Basics
VI. Special Spears
VII. Spears 1
VIII. Spears 2
IX. Spears 3
XI. Scrolls of Power
Lesson I. Hammers, Axes and Sickles Lesson
IRON HAMMER Lesson
Today I'll be teaching you to make some farm tools. Let's start by making an
IRON HAMMER. You'll be needing an OLD HAMMER. Then a BRONZE. After that,
you'll be needing one more BRONZE. Plus a little IRON.
CHOPPING AXE LESSON
Next, we'll be making a CHOPPING AXE. Use it to collect wood. Start at the
base with a RUSTY AXE. Then a BRONZE. Then add an IRON to reinforce the
blade. Then one more IRON. Then you're done.
IRON SICKLE LESSON
Let's end with an IRON SICKLE. You can use it to cut grass. First you need a
RUSTY SICKLE to reforge. You'll be needing an IRON, then add another IRON.
Finally add an IRON and you're done.
Lesson V. Spear Basics
NEEDLE SPEAR LESSON
We'll be beginning spears today. First will be a NEELE SPEAR. Prepare a
SPEAR ahead of time. This spear is famous for its long head. Use IRON to
make it. You should use BRONZE for the joints and handle. Do the same thing
with a PLANT STEM. You're gonna have to boil a SPORE and then let it harden.
You'll use the final product to hold everything together. Finish by wrapping
it with a STRONG STRING to make a grip.
HALBERD Lesson
Alright, let's keep going. Next is the HALBERD. You'll be making this one by
modifying a SPEAR. Make the head using SILVER. Because the shaft is so long,
use a SCORPION TAIL to reinforce it. Next join the head to the shaft using a
HARD HORN. Use an ARROWHEAD for this too. Finally wrap it with an INSECT
SKIN so you'll be able to grip it.
CORSESCA Lesson
Now you're gonna learn how to make a CORSESCA. You're gonna need a HALBERD,
which should be easy. Then use IRON to make a new head. The head is divided
into three parts. Use a HARD HORN to reinforce it. Alright, then you'll be
needing a PANTHER CLAW. Have a CHEAP CLOTH ready so you can make a grip.
Then stabilize the whole thing with a SPARKLE STRING to finish.

Tuesday Classes


List of Tuesday Lessons:

I. Weapons for Beginners
II. Weapons for Beginners 2
III. Elemental One-Handed Weapons
IV. One-Handed Swords 1
V. One-Handed Swords 2
VI. One Handed Swords 3
VII. Shields 1
VIII. Shields 2
Lesson I. Weapons for Beginners 1
STEEL SWORD Lesson
All right, class time. First, we'll learn how to make a STEEL SWORD. Here's
what you'll need: Star with a BROADSWORD. Next, you'll need some BRONZE to
reforge the blade. Then, add a piece of IRON. Finally, add one more piece of
IRON.
ZWEIHANDER Lesson
Next, we're gonna learn how to make a ZWEIHANDER. First, you'll need a
CLAYMORE. Next, add a piece of BRONZE. Add another BRONZE. Finally, add a
piece of IRON. Make sure you don't warp the blade when you hit it.
LANCE Lesson
The last thing I'll teach you how to make is a LANCE. You'll start by using a
SPEAR. Next, add a piece of BRONZE. Than, add another piece of BRONZE.
Lastly, add a piece of IRON.
Lesson II. Weapons for Beginners 2
WAR HAMMER Lesson
First up today is a WAR HAMMER. Here's what you'll need. Start with a BATTLE
HAMMER. Next you'll need a piece of BRONZE. Add another piece of BRONZE.
Last, but not least, you'll need a piece of IRON.
POLE AXE Lesson
Next, I'll tell you how to make a powerful POLE AXE. Let's get started.
First you'll be needing a BATTLE-AXE. Next add a piece of BRONZE. You're
still one short though. Add another BRONZE. Finally add a piece of IRON and
you're done.
Next up a STAFF.
This on'll be a little different. First, you'll be needing a ROD. Next,
you'll need a PLANT STEM. Then, add a SPORE. This is used to boost the magic
power of the staff. After that, add a ROOT. Then an INSECT SKIN. Last up
is a TOYHERB. There, that's it.
Lesson III. Elemental One-Handed Swords
WINDSWORD
All right, let's go. Today I'll be teaching you how to make a WINDSWORD. The
first thing you'll need is a STEEL SWORD. Then some refined IRON. Next
you'll need a WIND CRYSTAL. Then a SCORPION PINCER. Use an INSECT SKIN to
make the handle. Then wrap it in some QUALITY CLOTH and you'll be done.
AQUASWORD Lesson
Now you're gonna learn how to make an AQUASWORD. To make the sword, first
you'll need a STEEL SWORD. Then some IRON. You'll want a WATER CRYSTAL
when you temper the blade. Now for the handle. Start with a ROOT. You'll
need a STRONG STRING, too. Wrap it up tight. Use a TORTOISE SHELL to make
the guard and you're set.
AERIAL BLADE Lesson
Next I'll tell you how to make an AERIAL BLADE. First you'll need the
WINDSWORD from before. Use SILVER to make a blade sharp enough to cut wind.
Use a WIND CRYSTAL when you temper it. Wrap a QUALITY CLOTH around the
handle. Use a SPARKLE STRING to make sure it won't start coming apart.
BURNIN' BLADE Lesson
Now for a BURNIN' BLADE, a sword imbued with the power of fire. First you'll
need a STEEL SWORD to work with. Reforge the blade using IRON. You'll need a
FIRE CRYSTAL for that. Use an ARROWHEAD to give the sword some firepower.
You should use a SPORE for this too. Then use a GIANT'S FINGERNAIL to make
the guard.
Lesson IV. One-Handed Swords 1
DEFENDER Lesson
More small swords today. Let's start with a DEFENDER. I'm starting now, so
listen up. Begin with a STEEL SWORD. You'll need SILVER when you reforge the
blade. The Defender is pretty wide, so use BRONZE too. Use IRON for the
blade too. You'll need a PANTHER CLAW to make the guard. Last, you'll need a
BULL HORN to give some balance to the handle. After that, your DEFENDER will
be good to go.
LUCK BLADE Lesson
Now you're gonna learn how to make a LUCK BLADE. The first thing you'll be
needing is a BROADSWORD. You'll also need IRON to reforge the blade. Then
you should get GUNPOWDER ready to go. Then powder some SCORPION PINCER. Mix
it with some PANTHER CLAW to give it a sturdy grip. Then just wrap it with
some HOOD and you're done.
GAIA SWORD Lesson
Now for a GAIA SWORD, a sword imbued with the power of earth. First you'll be
needing a STEEL SWORD. Start by reforging the blade. You need IRON for
that. Use some EARTH CRYSTAL too. It'll be tough, so hit it hard. Since
it's an earth sword, use a HARD HORN for the handle. Decorate the grip and
the handle with ROOT. Finally, use a MAGIC POWDER to harness the power of
earth.
CUTLASS Lesson
Next is a CUTLASS. It's the kind of sword pirates use. You'll need a
DEFENDER, so make one ahead of time. Use GOLD to make the base. Next you'll
need a SKULL. It's not just for decoration. Then you'll need one more
SKULL. Use QUALITY CLOTH on the grip. Be sure to wrap it tightly. Then just
use STRONG STRING to make sure it's stable.
GRAVIOS Lesson
The last thing I'll teach you to make will be a GRAVIOS. First you'll need to
make a SMASH BLADE. Use a SILVER to reforge the blade, then use IRON to
toughen up the core. Use GIANT'S FINGERNAIL for the handle and the grip.
You'll need to use PANTHER CLAW too. Don't forget. Then wrap the grip using
SPARKLE STRING and you'll be set.

Wednesday Classes


List of Wednesday Lessons:

I. Waterpots, Hoes and Poles
II. Waterpots, Hoes and Poles 2
III. Water… 3
IV. Water… 4
V. Staff Basics
VI. Advanced Staves
VII. The Rune Staff
VIII. Bracelets
IX. Protective Rings
X. Other Protective Gear

Lesson I. Waterpots, Hoes and Poles
TIN WATERPOT Lesson
Today, let's start by making a TIN WATERPOT. It'll make farming a breeze.
I'm gonna tell you everything you need. First, an OLD WATERPOT. After that,
it's a cinch. Use a BRONZE Then another BRONZE. Finally some BRONZE for the
gilding and you're done.
STURDY HOE Lesson
Next is a STURDY HOE. It'll make plowing a little bit easier. First get a
RUSTY HOE ready. Then you'll need some BRONZE, but don't overdo it. You
gotta sharpen the tip a little, so use an IRON. Then add an IRON and you're
done.
BEGINNER'S POLE Lesson
Let's learn about making a BEGINNER's POLE next. The first thing you'll be
needing is an OLD POLE. Next you'll need WOOD. Wood is actually the most
basic component of a BEGINNER'S POLE. Use a BRONZE to make the joint. Then
another BRONZE to make sure it won't bend.
Lesson II. Waterpots, Hoes and Poles 2
LION WATERPOT
Today, we're gonna start with a LION WATERPOT. First you'll need a TIN
WATERPOT. Next you'll need SILVER. It might be a little tough to shape for
the pot, though. After that, add a BRoNZE You'll need some IRON too. You'll
be putting gthe LION WATERPOT in water, so you need to make sure it won't
rust. Last is IRON and then it's done.
SEASONED HOE Lesson
Now you're gonna learn how to make a SEASONED HOE. You need a STURDY HOE to
start with. Next comes SILVER. Then some BRONZE, which you'll need for the
handle. Then IRON. Hit it hard to make sure it won't crack. After that, you
just need some IRON and you'll be done.
INTERMEDIATE POLE Lesson
Last thing we'll be learning about it an INTERMEDIATE POLE. You need to have
a BEGINNER'S POLE to make this. You need WOOD next. Make sure you have
everything. Next is SILVER. You'll use this to join it with the rod itself.
Make sure it's good and sturdy. Next, reinforce it with IRON, just to be
safe. Then add one more IRON and you'll be done.

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Thursday Classes


List of Thursday Lessons:

I. Two-Handed Sword Basics
II. Eastern Weapons – Katana
III. Elemental Two-Handed Swords
IV. Axe Basics
V. Axes 1
VI. Axes 2
VII. The Saint Axe
VIII. The Cursed Ring
IX. Advanced Accessories
Lesson I: Two Handed Sword Basics
FLAME SABRE Lesson
Today let's start out with a FLAME SABRE. First you'll be needing a
CLAYMORE. You should make the blade out of IRON. Next you'll need a FIRE
CRYSTAL to give it some firepower. Then make the guard using a SCORPION
PINCER. Use a PLANT STEM to make the grip. After that, wrap it in CHEAP
CLOTH and you're done.
CYCLONE BLADE Lesson
Now the CYCLONE BLADE. This one's thinner than the others. The first thing
you'll need is a CLAYMORE. Use IRON tro hammer that out 'till it's nice and
thin. Use a WIND CRYSTAL for the blade too Then you'll need a hardened ROOT
to make the handle. Add a WOOLY FURBALL so that it won't be too difficult to
carry. Then make a guard with a TORTOISE SHELL.
GREATSWORD Lesson
Next is the GREATSWORD. It's well-balanced and easy to use. This sword is
made using a ZWEIHANDER, so you'll need one. Next is a SPORE. Combine that
with a PLANT STEM and really sharpen the blade. Make it easy to hold by
putting a SPECKLED SKIN on the handle. You'll be using a SPARKLE STRING
also. Wrap it tight and make sure you don't leave any gaps. This'll make it
easier to hold onto. Make sure to use a CHEAP CLOTH for the foundation.
EARTH SHADE Lesson
Now for the two-handed EARTH SHADE. First you'll need a CLAYMORE. Add an
EARTH CRYSTAL to help give it its bizarre shape. Then move ot the handle.
Start with a SPORE. Next you'll need to add a hardened ROOT. Then finish the
handle by adding a PLANT STEM. After that, you just have to add a guard. Use
INSECT SKIN.
SEA CUTTER Lesson
Last is the SEA CUTTER. First, you need a CLAYMORE. Then a WATER CRYSTAL.
It'll be fragile, so be careful. After that, add a MAGIC CRYSTAL. If you do
it right, the sword will always look like it's wet. You'll need a SPECKLED
SKIN to make the grip. Wrap it with a SPARKLE STRING too. Then use a
TORTOISE SHELL to make the guard and you'll be done.
Lesson II: Axe Basics
ALLDALE LESSON
Let's start with our first axe, the ALLDALE. First, you need to have a POLE
AXE. Next is IRON. As you are striking it, add in a PROOF OF WARRIOR. The
blade will be made from a SCORPION TAIL. The grip will use a ROOT. Finally,
wrap it up with a FUR.
GREAT AXE Lesson
Next, I'll teach you how to make a GREAT AXE. First, you'll need to start
with a POLE AXE. Next, begin striking the blade with SILVER. You should use
a BULL HORN for the handle. And you'll also need to prepare a STRONG VINE.
The grip is made from INSECT SKIN and the end of the handle is made form a
SCORPION TAIL.

Friday Classes


List of Friday Lessons:

I. Final One-Handed Swords
II. Final Two-Handed Swords
III. Final Spears
IV. Hammer Basics
V. Elemental Hammers
VI. Hammers 2
VII. Final Hammers
VIII. Shields 4
IX. Making Boots
X. Powerful Medicine

Lesson I. Final One-Handed Swords
DRAGONSLAYER LESSON
Today we're gonna start with a DRAGONSLAYER. First you'll need the blad from
a PLATINUM SWORD. The DRAGONSLAYER has three blades. Use a GIANT'S
FINGERNAIL to make another one. And a FISH FOSSIL to make the third. Then
add some DEVIL BLOOD. And then a MAGIC CRYSTAL. Then decorate it with a
LITTLE CRYSTAL and you'll be done.
DURANDEL Lesson
The last sword I'll teach you to make is the DURANDEL. First get a CUTLASS or
you won't be able to get started. Then focus on making a truly sharp blade.
Use a WOLF FANG first. Add a RAGE FANG, but make sure it's S-H-A-R-P. Then
attach it to the blade with GLUE. After that, make a CHEAP CLOTH grip to make
the sword lighter. Finish by inlaying the handle and blade with LITTLE
CRYSTAL.
Lesson IX. Making Boots
FEATHER BOOTS Lesson
Time to learn how to make boots. First up: FEATHER BOOTS. You'll need to
start with LEATHER BOOTS. The soles of the boots are made out of QUALITY
FUR. Weave BIRD WING into the cloth Use FISH FOSSIL to make the front of the
boots. Decorate the boots with a LITTLE CRYSTAL. Finally, use a CHEAP
BANDAGE inside the boots.
HEAVY BOOTS LESSON
Next, I'll teach you how to make HEAVY BOOTS. First, start with ELATHER
BOOTS. Add BRONZE in the area around the ankle. Then use IRON. You'll need
one more IRON for extra support. You'll need a SHOULDER PIECE for the sole.
You should use GLUE to finish it off.
LEATHER BOOTS
Next is the LEATHER BOOTS. Shape them with a SPECKLED SKIN. Stiffen the tip
of the shoe with a ROOT. You'll also need to use a CHEAP CLOTH. Put some
CHEAP CLOTH inside the boots. To reduce slippage, put SPORE on the soles.
Finally, cover the BOOTS with a STRONG STRING.
KNIGHT BOOTS Lesson
The KNIGHT BOOTS are the best boots I can teach you. You're going to need to
start with a pair of FEATHER BOOTS. Build the shape of the boots with IRON.
Construct the heel of the shoe with SILVER. The top and front of the BOOTS
use DIAMOND. Line the inside with layers of SILK CLOTH. Make the sole of the
shoe from hardened DEVIL BLOOD.

Special Recipes from Altars/Stone Guardians


Trieste Forest Altar Recipes:

FRIENDLY SYRUP: Cookies, Donut, Gold (Level 44)
CUPID'S KISS: Pink Melon x 2, Prelude to Love, Proof of Warrior, Hot-Hot Fruit
x2 (Level 52)
PET FOOD: Feed, Salmon, Sweet Powder, Heavy Spice (Level 13)

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