Lonesome Village: Guide To Resources

As is the case with many adventure games like it, in Lonesome Village, you’ll be collecting a hearty number of supplies along your journey to free the villagers of Ubhora from the creepy tower north of town. Ken, the coyote tasked with saving the village, will need steady sources of things like wood, stone, ores, sea creatures, flowers, and more.

You’re given a general location for several of these items, but for the ones you’re not, they can be a little tough to track down. With so many unique townsfolk all asking for different things, we’re here to help you find whatever resource you might need.

We have separate guides for gardening, furniture, and clothes for Lonesome Village, so this guide focuses on raw resources.

Wooden Resources

Though the bulk of your wood finds will go toward furniture, there are several story tasks that involve the collection of logs and twigs.

You get an axe from Justin the carpenter at the end of Chapter One, and this is how you chop logs from trees: by interacting with them with your axe.

On the other hand, for twigs, simply shake the tree. When you’re shaking trees, keep in mind that a few different items can fall, including twigs, coins, or the local fruit.

Wooden Resources

Resource How To Get it
Twig Shake any trees.
Apple Shake trees in the forest, village, desert, mountain, or swamp.
Coconut Shake trees on the beach.
Pear Shake trees in the jungle.
Light Logs Chop trees in the desert.
Dark Logs Chop trees in the forest, village, or mountain.
Greenish Logs Chop trees in the swamp or the jungle.

When you chop logs, they may appear a different color on the screen than they do in your inventory. Keep this in mind as you gather resources, and check your bag as often as you need.

Mining Resources

Far more straightforward than the assorted trees giving different wood, when it comes to rock-based resources, you only have two sources to worry about: regular rocks and gemstone rocks.

With the standard pickaxe that Robert the blacksmith gives you for free as part of your story progression through Chapter Two, you're only able to mine regular rocks. If you're hoping to break gemstone rocks, you need the golden pickaxe.

To obtain it, speak to the moles a second time after you've freed up the waterfall. They'll offer you the handle for the golden pickaxe, so bring them the crossed tools Robert can make at his shop to get it. Then, take the handle, your pickaxe, ten gold bars, and three metal sheets to Robert to have him make it.

To mine a rock, stand in front of the rock and click it once. Wes does all the hard work after that, and each rock will return ten random drops before it's completely broken. They do respawn, but it takes some time, so keep resources on hand should you need.

Resource How To Get It
Stone Break regular rocks.
Iron Bar Break regular or gemstone rocks.
Gold Bar
Diamond Break gemstone rocks (chance for each).

Buying Your Resources

You free Cricket and Lola fairly early in Chapter One, and they immediately return home once they're saved to begin selling you standard goods, so you don't have to go find them.

Everything they sell, except for some of the epilogue content, can be found for free out in the world, but it remains a good choice if you have more gold than patience.

Their shop carries new things as you progress through the story, unlock new areas of the map, and free more villagers from the Tower. You won't see some of these items until the epilogue, so if you see something unfamiliar to you in the table, you'll work up to it as you continue playing.

When it comes to combining ingredients to make more advanced items for things like better tools or furniture, Cricket and Lola sell ingredients as well as (some of) the finished products. Again, choose what's best for you — buying or creating — when it comes to that.

Cricket And Lola's General Store

Resource Price
Berries 3g
Apple 5g
Carrot 8g
Twig 3g
Green Fish 5g
Pink Fish 8g
Dark Log 5g
Boards 25g
Rod 20g
Light Log 5g
Stone 8g
Iron Bar 10g
Greenish Log 5g
Composite Wood 35g
Gold Bar 45g
Frog Toy 250g
Pearl Necklace 300g

Assorted Other Resources

The café and the rare goods shop are also places you'll be visiting often. Raglan and Noise run the café, while Row operates his rare goods shop.

Bakers by trade, Raglan and Noise have your hookup for all things edible. While Wes himself doesn't seem to have much use for food, without combat in the game, villagers will request food for story quests or heart quests fairly often, so acquaint yourself with their store early on. You can't miss it — it's to the right of your tent in the Forest.

Row, on the other hand, deals in much more niche items, but you'll find yourself needing to pay him a visit a time or two. Again, it's mostly for story quests or heart quests. At least he's right in Center Village, to the right of the windmill just off the path to the Forest.

Raglan And Noise's Café Menu

Item Materials Needed Price
Berry Jam 3 Berries 5g
Strawberry Jam 3 Strawberries 10g
Pear Jam 3 Pears 10g
Two-Tier Cake 10 Berries, 1 Berry Jam 10g
Pie 1 Berry Jam, 10 Apples, 5 Carrots 10g
Orange Jelly 1 Strawberry Jam, 5 Oranges 15g
Long Banana Cake 1 Strawberry Jam, 1 Two-Tier Cake, 5 Bananas 25g
Red Jelly 2 Pear Jams, 1 Orange Jelly, 8 Pomegranates 30g

Row's Rare Goods Inventory

Item Materials Needed Price
Monster Statue 10 Iron Bars, 10 Gold Bars 75g
Antique Clock 5 Iron Bars, 3 Boards, 3 Gold Bars 100g
Double Diamonds 3 Metal Sheets, 2 Diamonds 100g
Bejeweled Crown 3 Metal Sheets, 10 Gold Bars, 1 Ruby 150g
Crystal Ball 2 Iron Rocks, 2 Amethyst 200g
Gemstone Ring 5 Metal Boards, 15 Gold Bars, 1 Aquamarine 300g

Items from the café will be requested much more frequently than rare goods from Row. However, you will need to visit both of these shops to progress the story.

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