Villagers

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Villagers are characters in the game that a player can interact with at each location and invite to their campsite.

Actions[edit | edit source]

A player can interact with a villager to increase their friendship and receive gifts from them.

Outside Player's Campsite[edit | edit source]

  • Speaking with the Villager: 2 Points
    • Speaking with the villager only rewards friendship EXP once in a three-hour cycle.
  • Completing Requests: 2 Points for common items requested, 3 Points for uncommon items.
    • These requests refresh every 3 hours (Starting at 6:00 AM UTC) with a max of 3 per hour, unless a Request Ticket.png Request Ticket is used.
    • The amount of points received may increase during special events such as the Host the Most event, which gave an additional point when completing requests.
  • Using Request Ticket.png Request Ticket on a Villager: 3 Points
    • A villager can only have a maximum of 3 Request Ticket.png Request Tickets used on them daily.
  • Using Calling Card.png Calling Card on a Villager: 1 Point

At Player's Campsite[edit | edit source]

  • Interacting with (Tapping) Villager: 3-6 Points
    • Occasionally, there is a random chance that tapping the villager zoom in on the character and briefly pause before proceeding to the conversation scene with that villager. This will proc a brief conversation which will reward friendship points.
  • Speaking with the Villager:
    • Gift and Friendship Points - A villager can gift a player 500 / 2,500 Bells or materials (mostly their primary craft material and essence - higher level villagers may also gift secondary craft materials too), as well as earn friendship points with that character.
      • The potential amount of Bells received is affected by Friendship Level, but the actual amount is not (e.g. Higher levels can potentially gift 2,500 Bells but still have a chance to give a player 500 Bells as well)
      • The amount of materials received is affected by Friendship Level.
        • For example, a lower level villager may reward 15 Primary Craft Material and 2 Essence, while a higher level villager (15+) can reward 38 Primary Craft Material, 3-6 Essence, and 8 Secondary Craft Materials.
    • Alternatively, a villager may just have a conversation with the player, earning 3-6 Friendship Points.
  • Dressing up the Villager:
    • Occasionally, a villager will have the option to change their outfit. If the player agrees to pick out a new outfit, the clothing menu will open - at this point, regardless of whether the player selects new clothes or backs out of the clothing menu, the villager will earn 2 Friendship Points.
  • Completing Request: 2-3 Points depending on rarity of items requested.
    • Having a villager in your campsite differs from outside in that they have a chance to have one request every 3 hours. Outside the camp, a villager will have three requests (but chance to not show up at one of the four locations).
    • Occasionally, a villager in the campsite will ask the player to find a Lost Item. The villager will provide a hint regarding which location the item can be found and if the player talks to the villager again, the hint can be repeated. Once the player returns to the campsite with the Lost Item, the villager will automatically approach the player to thank them and give a reward.

Requests[edit | edit source]

Starting from 6:00 AM UTC every 3 hours, villagers will rotate in each location. These villagers will have requests that a player can fulfill for Bells and Craft Materials. Fulfilling these requests will also increase a player's friendship with that villager.

Depending on the quantity/rarity of the request and a player's friendship level with a villager, the quantity of rewards differs.

Request Rarity Bell Amount
Common Request - 1 Unique Item (Can be multiple of that one item) 100 Bells.png Bells
Common Request - 2 Unique Items 200 Bells.png Bells
Common Request - 3 Unique Items 300 Bells.png Bells
Uncommon Request - 3x3 Fruit 300 Bells.png Bells
Uncommon Request - Flower 400 Bells.png Bells
Uncommon Request - Bug/Fish 1,000 Bells.png Bells
Player Friendship Level Common Request Uncommon Request
Level 0-9 2 Primary Craft Material + 1 Random Craft Material* 3-4 Primary Craft Material + 1 Random Craft Material*
Level 10-14 5 Primary Craft Material + 1 Random Craft Material* 6-7 Primary Craft Material + 1 Random Craft Material*
Level 15-20 8 Primary Craft Material + 1 Random Craft Material* 9-10 Primary Craft Material + 1 Random Craft Material*

* The random craft material can also be the villager's primary craft material


Uncommon requests can happen as the second and/or third request, and can be 3x3 Fruits or x1 of any of the following:


Additionally when turning in a request, there is a chance of a cutscene with the villager that provides bonus materials.

  • 15% chance of receiving an extra x3 Primary Craft Material as a separate reward for both Common and Uncommon requests.
  • 0.02% chance of receiving x1 Material Sparkle Stones.png Sparkle Stones for Uncommon requests only.

Special Request[edit | edit source]

At level 10 or 15, speaking with the villager will unlock a piece of furniture as part of their friendship reward and have a special request to have this specific piece of furniture crafted. Placing the furniture in the campsite will trigger an event completing the special request and reward the player with:

Invite to Campsite[edit | edit source]

A player can invite villagers to his or her campsite after achieving a high enough friendship level and crafting all of that villager's desired furniture, which can be viewed by going to Contacts and tapping the villager's portrait.

When a player has reached the friendship level required and has crafted all the furniture items, the player can then invite that villager (via the Contacts menu). Furniture will need to be placed in the campsite either automatically or manually, and a cutscene will play.

Afterward, once the villager has been invited, the furniture can be removed if a player desires. Inviting a villager to the campsite for the first time used to reset the gift and request cooldowns of all the villagers in the campsite afterward, but as of version 1.1.0, this has been removed.

Friendship Levels[edit | edit source]

Friendship levels, when reached, give various rewards such as Camp Manager Level EXP, Bells.png Bells, craft materials, or friendship rewards specific to each villager.

The following table shows how many points are needed between friendship levels and rewards.

Level Points Needed Rewards Level Points Needed Rewards
0 1 N/A 10 24 1 Camp Manager EXP, Lost Item Unlock*, Special Unlock*
1 4 2 Camp Manager EXP (1 EXP is earned while leveling through) 11 26 1 Camp Manager EXP, 200 Bells.png Bells, Essence x1, Craft Material x3
2 4 1 Camp Manager EXP, 200 Bells.png Bells, Essence x1, Craft Material x3 12 29 1 Camp Manager EXP, 200 Bells.png Bells, Essence x1, Craft Material x3
3 6 1 Camp Manager EXP, 200 Bells.png Bells, Essence x1, Craft Material x3 13 31 1 Camp Manager EXP, 200 Bells.png Bells, Essence x1, Craft Material x3
4 9 1 Camp Manager EXP, 200 Bells.png Bells, Essence x1, Craft Material x3, Special Unlock* 14 34 1 Camp Manager EXP, 200 Bells.png Bells, Essence x1, Craft Material x3
5 11 1 Camp Manager EXP, Essence x3 15 36 1 Camp Manager EXP, 200 Bells.png Bells, Essence x1, Craft Material x3, Special Unlock*
6 14 1 Camp Manager EXP, 200 Bells.png Bells, Essence x1, Craft Material x3, Special Unlock* 16 39 1 Camp Manager EXP, 200 Bells.png Bells, Essence x1, Craft Material x3
7 16 1 Camp Manager EXP, Shirt Reward, Sparkle Stones x1 17 41 1 Camp Manager EXP, 200 Bells.png Bells, Essence x1, Craft Material x3
8 19 1 Camp Manager EXP, 200 Bells.png Bells, Essence x1, Craft Material x3, Special Unlock* 18 44 1 Camp Manager EXP, 200 Bells.png Bells, Essence x1, Craft Material x3
9 21 1 Camp Manager EXP, 1 Material Sparkle Stones.png Sparkle Stones 19 46 1 Camp Manager EXP, 200 Bells.png Bells, Essence x1, Craft Material x3

Level 20 rewards the player with 1 Camp Manager EXP, 200 Bells.png Bells, Essence x1, Craft Material x3, 1x Material Sparkle Stones.png Sparkle Stones and a Furniture Picture of the Villager.

* Special Unlock: A villager's Dress-Up, Lost Item, and Special Request Craft may be unlocked at different levels depending on the specific villager, but will only be unlocked one time per villager.

Unlocking New Villagers[edit | edit source]

Related: Camp Manager Level

When a player levels up their camp manager level, a villager may be unlocked. Which villager is unlocked is based on that villager's tier and required friendship level which a player needs to invite them to camp**. A player will unlock all the villagers with lower tier levels before unlocking the higher tier level villagers.

For example, Beau is a Tier 3 while Stella is Tier 6. This means a player will unlock Beau before Stella.

**Stitches is the last villager unlocked, even though his required Friendship Level is 5.

Tier Player Level Villager's Min. Required Friendship Level Villagers
1 Level 1 Friendship Level 1 Apollo Icon.png Apollo
Filbert Icon.png Filbert
Goldie Icon.png Goldie
Jay Icon.png Jay
Rosie Icon.png Rosie
2 Varies* Friendship Level 3 Bam Icon.png Bam
Dotty Icon.png Dotty
Eugene Icon.png Eugene
Freya Icon.png Freya
Merry Icon.png Merry
3 Varies* Friendship Level 3 Ava Icon.png Ava
Beau Icon.png Beau
Bluebear Icon.png Bluebear
Boots Icon.png Boots
Bunnie Icon.png Bunnie
Butch Icon.png Butch
Carmen Icon.png Carmen
Cherry Icon.png Cherry
Curt Icon.png Curt
Eloise Icon.png Eloise
Goose Icon.png Goose
Lily Icon.png Lily
Margie Icon.png Margie
Muffy Icon.png Muffy
Naomi Icon.png Naomi
Shari Icon.png Shari
Tex Icon.png Tex
Tia Icon.png Tia
Vesta Icon.png Vesta
Wendy Icon.png Wendy
4 Varies* Friendship Level 5 Antonio Icon.png Antonio
Apple Icon.png Apple
Bill Icon.png Bill
Bob Icon.png Bob
Broccolo Icon.png Broccolo
Bud Icon.png Bud
Carrie Icon.png Carrie
Chrissy Icon.png Chrissy
Colton Icon.png Colton
Drago Icon.png Drago
Drake Icon.png Drake
Fuchsia Icon.png Fuchsia
Jitters Icon.png Jitters
Julia Icon.png Julia
June Icon.png June
Ketchup Icon.png Ketchup
Kid Cat Icon.png Kid Cat
Maggie Icon.png Maggie
Maple Icon.png Maple
Mitzi Icon.png Mitzi
Phoebe Icon.png Phoebe
Poppy Icon.png Poppy
Punchy Icon.png Punchy
Sandy Icon.png Sandy
Sprinkle Icon.png Sprinkle
Static Icon.png Static
Tad Icon.png Tad
Twiggy Icon.png Twiggy
Zell Icon.png Zell
5 Varies* Friendship Level 7 Gladys Icon.png Gladys
6 Varies* Friendship Level 7 Agnes Icon.png Agnes
Alfonso Icon.png Alfonso
Angus Icon.png Angus
Avery Icon.png Avery
Bitty Icon.png Bitty
Charlise Icon.png Charlise
Cheri Icon.png Cheri
Fauna Icon.png Fauna
Flip Icon.png Flip
Francine Icon.png Francine
Hamlet Icon.png Hamlet
Hopkins Icon.png Hopkins
Kyle Icon.png Kyle
Marshal Icon.png Marshal
Merengue Icon.png Merengue
Moe Icon.png Moe
Octavian Icon.png Octavian
Peanut Icon.png Peanut
Peewee Icon.png Peewee
Pierce Icon.png Pierce
Pietro Icon.png Pietro
Raddle Icon.png Raddle
Rex Icon.png Rex
Roald Icon.png Roald
Roscoe Icon.png Roscoe
Snake Icon.png Snake
Stella Icon.png Stella
Tom Icon.png Tom
Whitney Icon.png Whitney
Wolfgang Icon.png Wolfgang
7 Varies* Friendship Level 5 Stitches Icon.png Stitches

* These level values vary depending on the number of villagers released.

List of Villagers[edit | edit source]

See List of Villagers

List of Villagers

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