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A Cryptic Stardew Valley Hint Results In One Of The Strongest Items In The Game

It is unsurprising that one of the strongest items in is hard to obtain, with a cryptic clue providing the only relevant in-game information. Of course, is full of secrets, but this particular puzzle is among the game’s oldest, while the reward remains one of its best despite changes made through later updates. As a result, although it is possible to expedite matters with prior knowledge, the intended method of obtaining this item undoubtedly adds an extra layer of fun to the later stages of the game.

The more someone plays, the more there is to discover. Although the core gameplay remains a farming simulator, exploring the valley in any amount of detail will lead to the Farmer uncovering a rich world full of life and mystery. From the Junimos of the Community Center to the rare appearance of ’s Stange Capsule on the farm, the game’s many curiosities arguably make it more engaging the longer it is played. Uncovering various secrets also provides an entertaining diversion from the core gameplay loop, helping to keep the game engaging over long periods of time.

Stardew Valley players share their discovery of what has been described as the «ultimate 1.6 secret» which also serves as a small crossover.

Among the gravestones found in Pelican Town’s small graveyard, one is inscribed with initially seems like nonsense. In reality,the rightmost gravestone’s text is written in the Dwarvish language, which requires the Dwarvish Translation Guide to understand. Acquiring the Guide is a lengthy process in itself, all but guaranteeing that this secret will not be uncovered until the player is deep into the game. This is perhaps for the best, asthe translated text is a riddle giving people all the information they need to acquire the Galaxy Sword: one of the strongest weapons in.

The translated gravestone text is as follows:

With gift as precious as the sky:

A rainbow forged from land, not sea

Then galaxies will heed your cry.

Although the reference to the Galaxy Sword in

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