Of the many games on the market that are available via the internet, Stardew Valley is the only one that mixes farming with magic. What else could anyone want? Just like all other traditional role-playing games (RPGs), there are certain goals to be accomplished as you build your own homestead. This piece of land is given to you by an ancestor, so you come to the Valley to seek your fortune, make friends, and probably find love! As you wander around the town and lands surrounding it, you will discover many surprises in every corner!
You are going to meet and interact with many villagers in Stardew Valley. Each of them has their own story and adds to Stardew Valley in a unique way. Like any small town, you will come across magical people, such as witches, warlocks, and wizards. Stardew Valley has its very own wizard whose friendship will be of great use to you on some of the quests!
Biography and Background of the Wizard of Stardew Valley (How to get to the Stardew Valley Wizard Tower)
Rasmodius lives in a tower. To get to the tower, you must travel west thru the Forest. M. Rasmodius is called the wizard of Stardew Valley by most players. After unlocking scroll number 1, the Wizard will send a letter asking for assistance. Initially, what the wizard asks you to help him with will not take much of your time and has to be completed!
The Wizard and Witch of Stardew Valley were once happily married, but unfortunately, the marriage eventually hit the rock. When they divorced, the witch cursed some objects all over the place. Your chicken coop was cursed, leaving you with occasional nasty void eggs!
The Stardew Valley Wizard will confess to you that he has a child who is supposed to be kept in top secret. People do not know about her, and she is living right here in the village! No names are given, but the villagers’ dialogue gives some very interesting clues. Maybe the Wizard and his hexing ex-wife divorced because of an affair that led to this child. This could very well be a plausible explanation for the breakdown of their marriage.
The Wizard doesn’t often wander away from his abode. Most of the time, you will find him somewhere in his tower, day or night.
The “Quest for Stardew Valley Wizard” also called “Meet the Wizard” is seemingly the only way you can get hold of the potion to understand Junimos. This is important and makes this quest worth your time. Anything to help you understand the new place you have moved to and their unique culture is an investment in your homestead!
The Gifts of Wizard of Stardew Valley: Loves, Likes, Dislikes, and Hates
Interaction with other people is important in this rpg. The more you talk to and offer gifts to the characters of the town, the more points you build with them. The points which are called Friendship points basically work the same way with all the people in this game. The difference between people lies in what they love, hate, etc.
Growing friendship with points is awesome and easy as long as you know what the people like to get as presents. As your character sends presents, the love and the friendship grow between your character and the villager. Villagers’ relationships get better and the chances of getting awesome presents from them grow too! Send the maximum of two gifts every day and your friendship will steadily grow. On his Birthday Winter 17, you can send an additional gift to the Wizard.
Here is a list of items he loves receiving:
- Purple Mushroom
- Solar Essence
- Super Cucumber
- Void Essence
The Wizard of Stardew Valley likes objects from all over your farm and around town.
Here are just a few:
- Blackberry Cobbler
- Blue Jazz
Some objects the Wizard neither likes nor dislikes are called neutral gifts in this particular rpg.
- Duck Feather
- Fried Egg
Neutral items will give very few points, so send these sparingly, as the things the Wizard of Stardew Valley likes do not attract as many points as the items the Wizard of Stardew Valley loves. It serves you best to try to gift the highest ranking items, “the loves” and then move downward. I suggest avoiding dislikes, offending the villagers will set you back 20 points in your relationship with them.
The items which the wizard dislikes include:
- All Building Materials
- All Bombs
- All Crafted Floors & Paths
- All Fences
- All Fertilizer
- All Fish (except for Clam which is a Universal Neutral, and Carp & Snails which are Universal Hates)
- All Geodes
- All Seeds including Fruit Tree Saplings, Acorns, Maple Seeds, and Pine Cones
- All Sprinklers
- All Tackle
- Most Metal Goods — Coal, Copper Bars, Gold Bars, Gold Ore, Iridium Bars, Iridium
Avoid sending the next list of items because he hates them. You lose major points this way! The Wizard hates all Universal hates, except slime which he only dislikes.
The Universal Hates include:
- All Artifacts
- All Bait
- All Monster Loot (except Solar Essence and Void Essence which are which the Wizard loves)
- All Trash (except Driftwood which is disliked)
Wizard of Stardew Valley Quests
Winter 1 day 12: Bring the Wizard’s Void Essence and win 1,000 pieces of gold and one heart.
Year 2 – Winter 2 day 5: Bring the Wizard’s Iridium Bar and receive another heart plus 5,000 pieces of gold.
Dark Talisman: When you have completed all bundles for the Community Center, he will ask you to recover the Dark Talisman.
The Dark Talisman is located in the Bug Lair.
Goblin Problem: Give the Goblin Void Mayonnaise to enter the hut.
Magical Ink is found in the Dark Shrine. Bring the ink to the tower and the Wizard of Stardew Valley will unlock several special buildings to use on your homestead.
You may need to vanquish monsters for the Wizard. Check the help wanted board in town often to see if he needs any work accomplished.
Hopefully, this guide will help your character get to know the wizard and his quests better, leading to an enjoyable gaming experience.