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Fantasy Life
Strategy Guide

Author(s): Vincent Lau
Editor(s): Vincent Lau, Claire Farnworth
First Published: 08-09-2014 / 00:00 GMT
Last Updated: 26-11-2018 / 07:16 GMT
Version: 1.1 (????) 13-12-2018 / 04:45 GMT

Fantasy Life Guide Guide Info

Carpenter

God-in-Training Rank

  • **Life Bonus** : Vitality +20, Dexterity +10
  • **To Next Rank** : 20000 Stars
  • **New Skills** : None

Challenges

**Challenge** **Description** **Stars**
Giant Trees Make 10 Gigaga Beams 3000
Divine Trees Make 10 Divine Beams 3000
Furry Furniture Make 5 Fluffkin furniture 3000
Livin' on a Cloud Make 5 Cloud furniture 3000
Astral Planning Make 1 Astral Window 3000
Carpentry Toolbox Compete Make 1 Plume Saw 5000

Speak to Marimo in Elderwood Village yet again to learn the recipe for a Giant’s Axe .

Tips

Divinus doesn’t expect a lot from God-in-Training Carpenters it seems; to begin with, you can buy Gigaga Logs and Divine Logs (to make Gigaga Beams and Divine Beams ) from the shopkeeper in the hot spring area of the Forest Shrine.

The first thing you may notice about the Fluffkin furniture (and the Cloud furniture) is that, rather disappointingly, there are only three furniture pieces in the set. So you’ll need to repeat some furniture to reach your quota of 5 furniture pieces.

Gigaga String for the Fluffkin furniture is stocked by the merchant in the Fluffkin Grotto. Ancient Seashells (for the window) can be picked up from the shells on the floor of Penguin Beach and Crab Shells (for the wardrobe) by exterminating the Island Crabs.

Divine Puffs (for the chair), meanwhile, are the white flowers scattered around the Central Grasslands–most notably near the entrance to Penguin Beach. So you don’t need to do a whole lot of walking.

The supplementary materials for the Astral Window–the Star Cluster and Shadow Mana --can be purchased from the salesplush in Divinus’s Garden, although the latter requires completion of the Origin Island storyline. Alternatively, you can battle Calamitus if you’re impatient.

The Ancient Saw isn't that great, but it makes a useful stopgap.

When you reach the Cloud furniture, you can get Element Zero by defeating the Rainbow Wraith in the Central Grasslands during the day and Rainbow Mana from the Rainbow Spirits that accompany it.

Snow-White Feathers (for the bed), if you don’t remember, are dropped by the Eyes of Darkness in Deep Elderwood, and White Gel from the Hot Spring Jellings in the Forest Shrine. Marshmallow Nuts also drop from the Jellings or the tall nut trees in the Central Grasslands.

Lastly, the Plume Saw requires a Rainbow Mana+ , which is a rare item drop (not bounty) from the Rainbow Wratih and an Exquisite Feather , a common drop from the Strongtaur in the west part of the Forest Shrine.

As for the crafting, it may be slightly tricky if your stats are subpar. If you have a lot of spare Dosh or a dozen Lunares Coins, you can borrow the Tome of Shadows or Demonic Mirror to re-distribute your stats and take advantage of the increased stat limit.

While you’re here, check if your saw needs replacing too. Of course, the Plume Saw is nice, but if you don’t have the materials yet, a Gigaga Saw isn’t half-bad either (you can get the Cruel Fang from the Strongtaur as well).

If you can survive the Ancient Tower, look out for a Soul Stone or Soul Stone+ from the metal knights (eg. Iron Guardian), which you can craft onto a new saw to add a whopping Tool Power +15 or +20. You can also find Soul Stones from the chests on Origin Island.


Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Nintendo
  • Platforms
    Nintendo 3DS
  • Genre
    Role-playing
  • Guide Release
    8 September 2014
  • Last Updated
    26 November 2018
  • Guide Author
    Vincent Lau

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