Big Fish Casino Online

Ideas for new stuff

My friends and I had some ideas for new locations, POI's and vehicles that we'd like to see in the upcoming seasons and game in general:







I really hope you like my ideas and feel free to share your ideas in the comments! (just don't be mean if someone has a different opinion on the old island)
EDIT 1: I've added some more weapons and stuff.
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Update Lupin

"That just means the game isn't over yet! The goddess of victory will smile upon me, Lupin III!"
Required listening for this thread
Lupin III is the grandson of Arsène Lupin. He is the world's most wanted gentleman thief. Lupin is acknowledged by virtually every law agency on earth as the world's number one thief. Often in his adventures, he and his colleagues, Daisuke Jigen and Goemon Ishikawa XIII, will take it upon themselves to foil other criminals engaged in more violent crimes. While first glance may imply Lupin as fun-loving, flighty, perhaps even "goofy", his surface façade overcoats a brilliant imagination and a thorough knowledge of a hundred varying sciences. Forever extemporizing and reevaluating, Lupin has been responsible for heists no right-minded individual would believe possible. While arrested and jailed on numerous occasions, typically by his nemesis Inspector Zenigata, he has always managed to escape. He has a fondness for fancy gadgets from time to time plus hands-on experience in many skills a thief would find useful. His infatuation with Fujiko Mine is perhaps his most significant weakness, as it lands him in undesirable situations most of the time.

Equipment

Exactly what it sounds like. They are released to distract the motion sensors of an extremely secure museum
A rapidly expanding airbag.
Lupin's trademark blue and white boxer shorts double as an emergency parachute.
A small bomb that detonates when shot by Jigen.
A set of balloons that lift an Egyptian death mask display. Lupin also has a larger set they used to steal the Statue of Liberty
A briefcase containing a rapidly expanding balloon filled with knockout gas.
A small, golden coin with his face on it. When thrown, releases a giant Lupin-shaped dummy.
Several large barrels of explosive liquid set off by flaming rags.
A massive hang-glider shaped like a bat.
A grenade that, upon contact, expands into a massive blow up doll.
A decorative bracelet with a wire/chain on the end.
A pair of wings and an engine that extend from a handheld briefcase.
A massive bubble that protects Lupin from traps.
A nearly invisible hang-glider.
A small, silver ball that emits a loud bang, a burst of light, and rainbow confetti.
A large, green balloon with Lupin's face on it.
A paddleboat hidden within a larger boat's hull. The boat also has a large engine on the back
Several duck-shaped bombs that are capable of sinking large ships. They do not discern what they're blowing up, however, and can be dangerous. They can also be hidden
A dummy head that when stomped emits a thick smokescreen.
A dummy large enough for Lupin to hide inside. Can expand enough to lift a large truck
An electric gun developed by the same scientist who invented Lightsabers. Can cut through bullet proof glass, lift a store's worth of jewels and helps pull a building apart. It also instantly KOs Zenigata
An exploding cigarette that makes an impressive explosion.
Cigars that explode when lit. Can be used a mini grenades.
A dummy head that expands enough to fill a large cage. Explodes with a thick smokescreen.
A remotely detonated lighter.
A disguise mask that doubles as an explosive.
The control stick of a plane that is also an expanding explosive.
Gum that when chewed and spit causes an explosion big enough to total a military Jeep. He has multiple variations on this equipment
A top hat that explodes on command.
A black suit that explodes in a blinding flash
A false tooth that falls out of Lupin's mouth and explodes
An explosive watch that lets off a big enough blast to fling three men.
One of Lupin's left molars. Has a brevity of uses including a remote control for one of his vehicles, a computer that can analyze any drugs he's given, a pair of robotic arms that can throw the drugs back, a radio, a lockpick
A small aerosol can that allows Lupin to lift fingerprints from a glass.
A small grenade that lets off a colorful explosion.
A remotely-controlled flying car. It manages to lift off the ground but nothing else.
A small device that opens a miniature black hole when used.
A grenade with a powerful knockout gas. Works fast enough to cover an entire oil rig in seconds.
A massive, propelled dummy of Lupin and Jigen that explodes with a giant boom and flash
A rocket fired from an RPG that, when detonated, sprays glue strong enough to stick several large ships together.
Pieces needed to assemble a working go-kart.
A small hang-glider that carries a single missile.
A standard hearse that turns into a helocopter.
A horse capable of outrunning several jeeps, dodging bullets, and running across a small ladder. Lupin has a way with animals that allows him to frequently use them in his escapes. Also he got a horse to do this once. I don't feel like trying to explain it.
A standard jetpack.
A pair of shoes which turn into personal jetpacks when activated by tapdancing. They can also be used offensively and for escapes
A small kusari-gama capable of swinging a car back onto an icy road
Works as a lighter and also can emit a powerful knockout gas. Also explodes when dynamite is strapped to it, as most things do and works as a communicator
A powerful drug slipped into Zenigata's drink.
A pair of magnetic hand grips that assist in climbing.
Standard marbles or ball bearings used to make a pursuer lose their footing.
A small kite able to carry Lupin.
A mini oxygen tank shaped like a cigarette.
A fleet of tiny RC cars, all remotely controlled by Lupin. Comes in Red, Green, and Yellow.
A breathing device kept in Lupin's jacket.
A gun that fires a suction cup dart that once attached pierces a glass window. It goes on to attach itself to a safe's knob. Lupin can control the dart remotely, cracking a safe from outside the room
A helicopter controlled by a small joystick.
Similar to his helicopter except it is controlled by a Gameboy-like controller.
A riding crop that fires miniature tranquilizer darts.
A bright light attached to a ring on Lupin's finger.
A pair of robotic legs that can be attached to an object. Strong enough to make a statue run through a wall.
A device hidden within an elevator that causes it to turn into a high powered rocket.
A pair of weights fired from an rpg. Used to wrap around submarines to weigh them down.
A small device created by Lupin that instantly cracks a safe.
A small silver sticker that delivers a massive shock "bigger than a stun gun"
A pair of knives fired from the tips of Lupin's shoes.
A small transmitter in Lupin's shoe that signals a nearby biplane. The plane has a large bomb attached to it.
A silver copy of Lupin's signature weapon. Lupin states it is "only for threatening".
An immediately effective sleeping aerosol.
Creates a thick smoke for quick escapes.
A pack of cigarettes that react when dropped in water to create a thick smokescreen.
A small bomb that can stick to any surface. The adhesive is strong enough a grown man cannot remove it and the explosion is large enough to topple a massive statue.
A car that doubles as a submarine with the flip of a switch. Allows Lupin and the gang to avoid a missile.
A pistol-sized gun that fires a suction cup on a rope. Strong enough to lift a man.
A car that can be driven from either the front or the rear.
Adhesive bombs with a set timer.
An umbrella that grows in size and operates that a helicopter's blades.
A small bomb that causes a big boom.
Allow Lupin to see hollow spots underground.
A propelled underwater vehicle. When surfacing, turns into a raft
A small machine Lupin wears around one of his teeth.
A small camera inside Lupin's watch. Can take and print photos.
Different from his normal grappling hook, this is attached to a pistol-like controller that reels it in.
A small dart fired from Lupin's watch that emits a trackable signal.
A sword made of pressurized water. Stated to be as "hard as diamond". During their duel, the blade cuts a door in half
A pair of wings that protrude from Lupin's car allowing it to glide.
A wingsuit.
A pocket-sized yo-yo.

Durability

Blunt
Crushing
Electric
Explosive
Fire
Freezing
Mental
Piercing
Other
Dislocates his fingers to escape handcuffs
Poison
Striking

Speed

General
Movement
Reaction

Skill

Accuracy
Dodging
Driving
Escapes
Fighting Ability
General
Quick Thinking
Sleight of Hand
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Lupin without Scaling

"That just means the game isn't over yet! The goddess of victory will smile upon me, Lupin III!"
Required listening for this thread
Lupin III is the grandson of Arsène Lupin. He is the world's most wanted gentleman thief. Lupin is acknowledged by virtually every law agency on earth as the world's number one thief. Often in his adventures, he and his colleagues, Daisuke Jigen and Goemon Ishikawa XIII, will take it upon themselves to foil other criminals engaged in more violent crimes. While first glance may imply Lupin as fun-loving, flighty, perhaps even "goofy", his surface façade overcoats a brilliant imagination and a thorough knowledge of a hundred varying sciences. Forever extemporizing and reevaluating, Lupin has been responsible for heists no right-minded individual would believe possible. While arrested and jailed on numerous occasions, typically by his nemesis Inspector Zenigata, he has always managed to escape. He has a fondness for fancy gadgets from time to time plus hands-on experience in many skills a thief would find useful. His infatuation with Fujiko Mine is perhaps his most significant weakness, as it lands him in undesirable situations most of the time.

Equipment

Exactly what it sounds like. They are released to distract the motion sensors of an extremely secure museum
A rapidly expanding airbag.
Lupin's trademark blue and white boxer shorts double as an emergency parachute.
A small bomb that detonates when shot by Jigen.
A set of balloons that lift an Egyptian death mask display. Lupin also has a larger set they used to steal the Statue of Liberty
A briefcase containing a rapidly expanding balloon filled with knockout gas.
A small, golden coin with his face on it. When thrown, releases a giant Lupin-shaped dummy.
Several large barrels of explosive liquid set off by flaming rags.
A massive hang-glider shaped like a bat.
A grenade that, upon contact, expands into a massive blow up doll.
A decorative bracelet with a wire/chain on the end.
A pair of wings and an engine that extend from a handheld briefcase.
A massive bubble that protects Lupin from traps.
A nearly invisible hang-glider.
A small, silver ball that emits a loud bang, a burst of light, and rainbow confetti.
A large, green balloon with Lupin's face on it.
A paddleboat hidden within a larger boat's hull. The boat also has a large engine on the back
Several duck-shaped bombs that are capable of sinking large ships. They do not discern what they're blowing up, however, and can be dangerous. They can also be hidden
A dummy head that when stomped emits a thick smokescreen.
A dummy large enough for Lupin to hide inside. Can expand enough to lift a large truck
An electric gun developed by the same scientist who invented Lightsabers. Can cut through bullet proof glass, lift a store's worth of jewels and helps pull a building apart. It also instantly KOs Zenigata
An exploding cigarette that makes an impressive explosion.
Cigars that explode when lit. Can be used a mini grenades.
A dummy head that expands enough to fill a large cage. Explodes with a thick smokescreen.
A remotely detonated lighter.
A disguise mask that doubles as an explosive.
The control stick of a plane that is also an expanding explosive.
Gum that when chewed and spit causes an explosion big enough to total a military Jeep. He has multiple variations on this equipment
A top hat that explodes on command.
A black suit that explodes in a blinding flash
A false tooth that falls out of Lupin's mouth and explodes
An explosive watch that lets off a big enough blast to fling three men.
One of Lupin's left molars. Has a brevity of uses including a remote control for one of his vehicles, a computer that can analyze any drugs he's given, a pair of robotic arms that can throw the drugs back, a radio, a lockpick
A small aerosol can that allows Lupin to lift fingerprints from a glass.
A small grenade that lets off a colorful explosion.
A remotely-controlled flying car. It manages to lift off the ground but nothing else.
A small device that opens a miniature black hole when used*.
A grenade with a powerful knockout gas. Works fast enough to cover an entire oil rig in seconds.
A massive, propelled dummy of Lupin and Jigen that explodes with a giant boom and flash
A rocket fired from an RPG that, when detonated, sprays glue strong enough to stick several large ships together.
Pieces needed to assemble a working go-kart.
A small hang-glider that carries a single missile.
A standard hearse that turns into a helocopter.
A horse capable of outrunning several jeeps, dodging bullets, and running across a small ladder. Lupin has a way with animals that allows him to frequently use them in his escapes. Also he got a horse to do this once. I don't feel like trying to explain it.
A standard jetpack.
A pair of shoes which turn into personal jetpacks when activated by tapdancing. They can also be used offensively and for escapes
A small kusari-gama capable of swinging a car back onto an icy road
Works as a lighter and also can emit a powerful knockout gas. Also explodes when dynamite is strapped to it, as most things do and works as a communicator
A powerful drug slipped into Zenigata's drink.
A pair of magnetic hand grips that assist in climbing.
Standard marbles or ball bearings used to make a pursuer lose their footing.
A small kite able to carry Lupin.
A mini oxygen tank shaped like a cigarette.
A fleet of tiny RC cars, all remotely controlled by Lupin. Comes in Red, Green, and Yellow.
A breathing device kept in Lupin's jacket.
A gun that fires a suction cup dart that once attached pierces a glass window. It goes on to attach itself to a safe's knob. Lupin can control the dart remotely, cracking a safe from outside the room
A helicopter controlled by a small joystick.
Similar to his helicopter except it is controlled by a Gameboy-like controller.
A riding crop that fires miniature tranquilizer darts.
A bright light attached to a ring on Lupin's finger.
A pair of robotic legs that can be attached to an object. Strong enough to make a statue run through a wall.
A device hidden within an elevator that causes it to turn into a high powered rocket.
A pair of weights fired from an rpg. Used to wrap around submarines to weigh them down.
A small device created by Lupin that instantly cracks a safe.
A small silver sticker that delivers a massive shock "bigger than a stun gun"
A pair of knives fired from the tips of Lupin's shoes.
A small transmitter in Lupin's shoe that signals a nearby biplane. The plane has a large bomb attached to it.
A silver copy of Lupin's signature weapon. Lupin states it is "only for threatening".
An immediately effective sleeping aerosol.
Creates a thick smoke for quick escapes.
A pack of cigarettes that react when dropped in water to create a thick smokescreen.
A small bomb that can stick to any surface. The adhesive is strong enough a grown man cannot remove it and the explosion is large enough to topple a massive statue.
A car that doubles as a submarine with the flip of a switch. Allows Lupin and the gang to avoid a missile.
A pistol-sized gun that fires a suction cup on a rope. Strong enough to lift a man.
A car that can be driven from either the front or the rear.
Adhesive bombs with a set timer.
An umbrella that grows in size and operates that a helicopter's blades.
A small bomb that causes a big boom.
Allow Lupin to see hollow spots underground.
A propelled underwater vehicle. When surfacing, turns into a raft
A small machine Lupin wears around one of his teeth.
A small camera inside Lupin's watch. Can take and print photos.
Different from his normal grappling hook, this is attached to a pistol-like controller that reels it in.
A small dart fired from Lupin's watch that emits a trackable signal.
A sword made of pressurized water. Stated to be as "hard as diamond". During their duel, the blade cuts a door in half
A pair of wings that protrude from Lupin's car allowing it to glide.
A wingsuit.
A pocket-sized yo-yo.

Durability

Blunt
Crushing
Electric
Explosive
Fire
Freezing
Mental
Piercing
Other
Dislocates his fingers to escape handcuffs
Poison
Striking

Skill

Accuracy
Dodging
Driving
Escapes
Fighting Ability
General
Quick Thinking
Sleight of Hand
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Lupin Final

"That just means the game isn't over yet! The goddess of victory will smile upon me, Lupin III!"
Required listening for this thread
Lupin III is the grandson of Arsène Lupin. He is the world's most wanted gentleman thief. Lupin is acknowledged by virtually every law agency on earth as the world's number one thief. Often in his adventures, he and his colleagues, Daisuke Jigen and Goemon Ishikawa XIII, will take it upon themselves to foil other criminals engaged in more violent crimes. While first glance may imply Lupin as fun-loving, flighty, perhaps even "goofy", his surface façade overcoats a brilliant imagination and a thorough knowledge of a hundred varying sciences. Forever extemporizing and reevaluating, Lupin has been responsible for heists no right-minded individual would believe possible. While arrested and jailed on numerous occasions, typically by his nemesis Inspector Zenigata, he has always managed to escape. He has a fondness for fancy gadgets from time to time plus hands-on experience in many skills a thief would find useful. His infatuation with Fujiko Mine is perhaps his most significant weakness, as it lands him in undesirable situations most of the time.

Equipment

Exactly what it sounds like. They are released to distract the motion sensors of an extremely secure museum
A rapidly expanding airbag.
Lupin's trademark blue and white boxer shorts double as an emergency parachute.
A small bomb that detonates when shot by Jigen.
A set of balloons that lift an Egyptian death mask display. Lupin also has a larger set they used to steal the Statue of Liberty
A briefcase containing a rapidly expanding balloon filled with knockout gas.
A small, golden coin with his face on it. When thrown, releases a giant Lupin-shaped dummy.
Several large barrels of explosive liquid set off by flaming rags.
A massive hang-glider shaped like a bat.
A grenade that, upon contact, expands into a massive blow up doll.
A decorative bracelet with a wire/chain on the end.
A pair of wings and an engine that extend from a handheld briefcase.
A massive bubble that protects Lupin from traps.
A nearly invisible hang-glider.
A small, silver ball that emits a loud bang, a burst of light, and rainbow confetti.
A large, green balloon with Lupin's face on it.
A paddleboat hidden within a larger boat's hull. The boat also has a large engine on the back
Several duck-shaped bombs that are capable of sinking large ships. They do not discern what they're blowing up, however, and can be dangerous. They can also be hidden
A dummy head that when stomped emits a thick smokescreen.
A dummy large enough for Lupin to hide inside. Can expand enough to lift a large truck
An electric gun developed by the same scientist who invented Lightsabers. Can cut through bullet proof glass, lift a store's worth of jewels and helps pull a building apart. It also instantly KOs Zenigata
An exploding cigarette that makes an impressive explosion.
Cigars that explode when lit. Can be used a mini grenades.
A dummy head that expands enough to fill a large cage. Explodes with a thick smokescreen.
A remotely detonated lighter.
A disguise mask that doubles as an explosive.
The control stick of a plane that is also an expanding explosive.
Gum that when chewed and spit causes an explosion big enough to total a military Jeep. He has multiple variations on this equipment
A top hat that explodes on command.
A black suit that explodes in a blinding flash
A false tooth that falls out of Lupin's mouth and explodes
An explosive watch that lets off a big enough blast to fling three men.
One of Lupin's left molars. Has a brevity of uses including a remote control for one of his vehicles, a computer that can analyze any drugs he's given, a pair of robotic arms that can throw the drugs back, a radio, a lockpick
A small aerosol can that allows Lupin to lift fingerprints from a glass.
A small grenade that lets off a colorful explosion.
A remotely-controlled flying car. It manages to lift off the ground but nothing else.
A small device that opens a miniature black hole when used.
A grenade with a powerful knockout gas. Works fast enough to cover an entire oil rig in seconds.
A massive, propelled dummy of Lupin and Jigen that explodes with a giant boom and flash
A rocket fired from an RPG that, when detonated, sprays glue strong enough to stick several large ships together.
Pieces needed to assemble a working go-kart.
A small hang-glider that carries a single missile.
A standard hearse that turns into a helocopter.
A horse capable of outrunning several jeeps, dodging bullets, and running across a small ladder. Lupin has a way with animals that allows him to frequently use them in his escapes. Also he got a horse to do this once. I don't feel like trying to explain it.
A standard jetpack.
A pair of shoes which turn into personal jetpacks when activated by tapdancing. They can also be used offensively and for escapes
A small kusari-gama capable of swinging a car back onto an icy road
Works as a lighter and also can emit a powerful knockout gas. Also explodes when dynamite is strapped to it, as most things do and works as a communicator
A powerful drug slipped into Zenigata's drink.
A pair of magnetic hand grips that assist in climbing.
Standard marbles or ball bearings used to make a pursuer lose their footing.
A small kite able to carry Lupin.
A mini oxygen tank shaped like a cigarette.
A fleet of tiny RC cars, all remotely controlled by Lupin. Comes in Red, Green, and Yellow.
A breathing device kept in Lupin's jacket.
A gun that fires a suction cup dart that once attached pierces a glass window. It goes on to attach itself to a safe's knob. Lupin can control the dart remotely, cracking a safe from outside the room
A helicopter controlled by a small joystick.
Similar to his helicopter except it is controlled by a Gameboy-like controller.
A riding crop that fires miniature tranquilizer darts.
A bright light attached to a ring on Lupin's finger.
A pair of robotic legs that can be attached to an object. Strong enough to make a statue run through a wall.
A device hidden within an elevator that causes it to turn into a high powered rocket.
A pair of weights fired from an rpg. Used to wrap around submarines to weigh them down.
A small device created by Lupin that instantly cracks a safe.
A small silver sticker that delivers a massive shock "bigger than a stun gun"
A pair of knives fired from the tips of Lupin's shoes.
A small transmitter in Lupin's shoe that signals a nearby biplane. The plane has a large bomb attached to it.
A silver copy of Lupin's signature weapon. Lupin states it is "only for threatening".
An immediately effective sleeping aerosol.
Creates a thick smoke for quick escapes.
A pack of cigarettes that react when dropped in water to create a thick smokescreen.
A small bomb that can stick to any surface. The adhesive is strong enough a grown man cannot remove it and the explosion is large enough to topple a massive statue.
A car that doubles as a submarine with the flip of a switch. Allows Lupin and the gang to avoid a missile.
A pistol-sized gun that fires a suction cup on a rope. Strong enough to lift a man.
A car that can be driven from either the front or the rear.
Adhesive bombs with a set timer.
An umbrella that grows in size and operates that a helicopter's blades.
A small bomb that causes a big boom.
Allow Lupin to see hollow spots underground.
A propelled underwater vehicle. When surfacing, turns into a raft
A small machine Lupin wears around one of his teeth.
A small camera inside Lupin's watch. Can take and print photos.
Different from his normal grappling hook, this is attached to a pistol-like controller that reels it in.
A small dart fired from Lupin's watch that emits a trackable signal.
A sword made of pressurized water. Stated to be as "hard as diamond". During their duel, the blade cuts a door in half
A pair of wings that protrude from Lupin's car allowing it to glide.
A wingsuit.
A pocket-sized yo-yo.

Durability

Blunt
Crushing
Electric
Explosive
Fire
Freezing
Mental
Piercing
Other
Poison
Striking

Skill

Accuracy
Dodging
Driving
Escapes
Fighting Ability
General
Quick Thinking
Sleight of Hand
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Stardew Valley MinMax Tutorial - Perfect Farm - Most Money - All Accomplishments - All Collections

Stardew Valley MinMax Tutorial - Perfect Farm - Most Money - All Accomplishments - All Collections
COME AND FIND - Guano-Mystro - ON TWITCH -- https://www.twitch.tv/guanomaestro --
https://preview.redd.it/o7sj9q2tgwr51.jpg?width=1280&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=c5f414febb24945c22c74ca780f491327e792ad6
This is the ultimate guide for Stardew Valley Min-Maxers. If maximizing the value of your farm and doing everything that is possible, with zero mods in the shortest period of time interests you - welcome to nirvana. Each day will be logged here with relevant images to see exactly how it was done.
Let us begin the process...
The key to mastering a MinMax farm on Stardew Valley is in planning out the first two years. Prices change for all purchasable resources after Year 1. The main objective is creating a maximum sustainable flow of gold with the least amount of effort and to plant approx. 2,000 Ancient Fruit Seeds on Year 3, Spring, Day 1 . Here is a list of tips to create the perfect MinMax farm!!
  1. At the beginning, time and energy the most valuable resources, so be as efficient as possible. Want a perfect day? Plan it out and expect to do it multiple times. Scout out foraging item locations, create a forage list and ideal route then start the day over at the beginning.
  2. The first day has to be a huge forage day to maximize your crop area. Restart your game until you get at least 500g in other foragable items including worms with artifacts = 250g and garbage cans(Stardrop Saloon can give you a meal worth a lot too). It might take 20-30 restarts, but it's worth it. Using concepts of compound interest you will generate Min-Max greatness!
  3. Farming/Fishing Skills will naturally progress spending extra energy/time fishing for gold to buy more Parsnip/Potato/Cauliflower Seeds to plant the first Spring. Get the Training Rod!!!
  4. Foraging must be at level 4 by Spring, Day 15 to take advantage of Salmonberry Season. This is the first source of energy to mitigate the 1am energy penalty.
  5. Spring Onions will keep you alive and farming until Year 1, Spring, Day 15 - be sure to get all of them every day. They are located on Sewer Island in the lower right corner of Cindersnap Forest.
  6. Make Linus the first friend to 3 hearts, he will mail a recipe for Sashimi. Sashimi is an unlimited form of energy cooked from the garbage fish harvested from Crab Pots placed in the farm's two ponds. Plus, it's emergency gold if you need it.
  7. Completing the JojaMart improvements or completing the Community Center Bundles opens up Junimo workers. They will free you from harvesting your crops!!
  8. Go to https://imgur.com/StardewValley/l0CtN and print out a Spring, Year 1 Calendar. Do the same for each season to take notes on, anticipate upcoming Festivals/Birthdays and plan the farm's MinMax future.
  9. Don't throw away Trash!! Use extra time and Winter down time to recycle Trash for valuable resources and gifts.
  10. Create a budget every season to plan out large purchases. Use remaining gold for other, important Min-Max items - Kegs, Tappers, Crab Pots, etc.
  11. Be sure to buy all the art offered at Night Markets during the first 3 years.
  12. Place Chests in strategic areas on the map like the mines & beach to prevent inventory overload.
THINGS TO THINK ABOUT FROM THE BEGINNING
1) Focus on Fishing, Farming, Foraging - Do not chop down Oak Trees unless they are in the, "First Scarecrow Placement," area.
Use extra time for Foraging and clearing the farm with the Scythe to move around better. Clear the area around Oak Trees so they can drop more acorns for the first Oak Tree forest.
Use extra Energy to Fish for $ or to clear the farm for Oak Tree forests and Crop areas.
2) Upgrade the Watering Can first, Hoe, Pickaxe and Axe in that order. Have 5 copper bars and 2,000 gold by the 2nd rain of Year 1 Spring - usually around day 15. Upgrade your Watering Can to Gold before you make any Quality Sprinklers.
2) Plant the first crops in the, "First Scarecrow Placement," between the house and small lake to save time/energy when watering and for easy, future crop planting. Plant all Mixed Seeds found from Scything weeds while foraging - it's free money!!
First Scarecrow Placement Image - https://imgur.com/WrYeJJZ
First Scarecrow Placement Link - https://stardew.info/plannetough-rabbit-36/
Only clear what is necessary, otherwise, you are wasting energy.
3) Day 5 the mines open, after reaching Mine Level 25-29, kill as many Bugs & Grubs until they drop an Ancient Fruit Seed Artifact for Gunther. Receive the recipe and first Ancient Fruit Seed, plant it, then progress to the bottom of the Mines.
If rainy days permit, it should be done no later than Year 1, Spring, Day 19.
Restart the day if you don't find one. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kUPSIX8NMD4
4) Budget for 1 Coffee Seed (2,500g max) offered by the Travelling Cart & buy it when you see it!!
5) Join Jojamart & open The Greenhouse Year 1, Summer to plant Ancient Fruit/Strawberry/Blueberry/Cranberry/Coffee Seeds cultivating Seeds for future use - these crops are the only ones you should ever use your first Sprinklers on.
6) Crab Pots and Tappers are the first crafting priority, then shift resources towards crafting Quality Sprinklers until keg production begins. Place the first tappers on the oaktrees you didn't cut down.
Again, do not make your first Quality Sprinkler until you have upgraded to a Gold Watering Can.
7) MAXIMIZE KEG PRODUCTION - Plant the first Oak Tree forest in the bottom left corner of the farm, where all the Pine Trees are. Chopping down Pine trees will raise your forage level and generate wood for crafting.
Plant the second Oak Tree forest to the right of the Large Pond only after the first forest is complete. 2 rows of this forest will be Pine Trees and 2 Maple Trees. Pine Tar crafts Rain Totems, a very important tool later in the game. Maple Syrup crafts Bee Hives, a MinMax item. Begin to move Tappers from the first forest to the second forest after reaching 120 tappers and/or are preparing for year 3 Ancient Fruit Seed planting.
MORE ABOUT KEGS - Do not make kegs until the first Cranberry harvest in Fall Year 1. Sell the first Year 1, Fall, Cranberry harvest to create 250 kegs by the end of the season and 350 keg by the end of Year 1.
Year 1, budget the sale of following Cranberry harvests to keep equal keg/fruit amounts by selling all gold and silver star fruit first, then place plain Cranberries into kegs. Keep 1750 plain Cranberries at the end of Year 1, Fall to generate 5 wine harvest cycles before the first Strawberry harvest Year 2, Spring.
Empty kegs are evidence of overreaching, used as a measuring stick for efficiency. The goal is to craft 2000(approx) kegs by the end of Year 2. Crafting too many, too early in the game stymies MinMax.
Year 2, budget the sale of all harvests to create continuous wine harvest cycles. Craft 2000(approx) Kegs with Wine sales by Year 3, Spring, Day 28.
8) Be careful not to overplant crops in Year 1 Spring. Extend your plantable spaces a small amount into the, "Second Scarecrow Placement," without over-extending yourself. Mark where the, "First and Second Scarecrow Placement," areas meet with a Cobblestone Path.
Second Scarecrow Placement With Cobblestone Marker Image - https://imgur.com/5O9GZ7a
Second Scarecrow Placement With Cobblestone Marker Link - https://stardew.info/plannefluffy-ape-73/
There are approximately 166 plantable spaces in the,"First Scarecrow Placement," area - be wise and maximize crops at all times.
Year 1, Summer, Day 1 have 4 Scarecrows and 476 plantable spaces for Blueberry Seeds and 60 Quality Sprinklers planned out - not made, just planned out.
Four Scarecrow Placement With Quality Sprinkler Planning Image - https://imgur.com/hGtVfhg
Four Scarecrow Placement With Quality Sprinkler Planning Link - https://stardew.info/planneblue-insect-45/
10) VILLAGER FRIENDSHIPS - Future spouse, Linus and Wizard should be the only villagers receiving gifts before Year 1, Winter. Give each other villager a gift they love, if possible, only on their birthday until Year 1, Winter. Jodi (Fried Calamari-Pierre) and Gus (Salmon Dinner-Alex) are exceptions at 3 hearts because they give you love gift recipes for other villagers. Kent (Roasted Hazelnuts, Year 2, Summer Day 28 - Fiddlehead Risotto, Year 2, Fall Day 28) does not show up until Year 2 and his love recipes are not available until Year 2 Summer and Fall, so stockpile Hazelnuts and Fiddlehead Fern and give him universal likes until then.
11) Make lists of everything you need to craft/cook/gift/fish/own to avoid repetition and impeding MinMax progress.
12) Open the Bus Route from Jojamart to purchase Seeds and fertilizer only available at the Casino. Plant them for gifts and cooking. This is 100% optional depending on your funds.
SEASONAL CROP PLANTING GUIDE
Try to reach Farming Level 8 around Year 1, Spring, Day 24. Open up the Beach Bridge and save all the Coral foraged from the eastern beach to craft Deluxe/Speed Grow. Only spend gold to buy Deluxe/Speed Grow on found/processed Ancient Fruit Seeds and/or the 10 Strawberry Seeds purchased at the Egg Festival. Plant the Ancient Fruit Seeds with other Spring Crops ASAP if the Greenhouse is not open. As you progress, buy the exact amount of seeds you will need, it will save gold for other important purchases.
Buy 10 seeds of each seasonal crop on the last day of each season to grow for gifts and/or cooking.
Do not plant Ancient Fruit Seeds outdoors in the Fall of any year. Plant Strawberry Seeds in the greenhouse and ASAP in plant pots to begin cultivating seeds for Spring Year 2.
Spring Year 1 - Day 1-3 Parsnip Seeds only / Day 4-22 Potato Seeds & Cauliflower Seeds only / Day 23 & 24 Parsnip Seeds only/ No planting Day 25-28 -- Use the first big parsnip harvest to max out on Cauliflower, but also have a good balance between Potatoes and Cauliflower - 2 potatoes to 1 Cauliflower. Buy 10 Strawberry Seeds from the Egg Festival. Do not plant Strawberry Seeds outdoors during Year 1, Spring.
Admiral Ackbar will explain-> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4F4qzPbcFiA
Buy exact numbers of CauliflowePotato Seeds on Tuesdays or before a Festival Day harvest. Pierre's & Jojamart is closed.
Summer Year 1 - Save up enough gold from Spring Crops to buy/plant 476 Blueberry Seeds-38,080 gold. This is the ideal number of crops, keep planting Blueberry Seeds the first week to fill out the, "Four Scarecrow Placement." Lay out Quality Sprinkler placements first, saving time/energy/gold later in the game
Fall Year 1 - Save up enough gold from Summer Crops to buy/plant 476 Cranberry Seeds-114,240 gold. This is the ideal number of crops, keep planting Cranberry Seeds the first week to fill out the, "Four Scarecrow Placement." Lay out Quality Sprinkler placements first, saving time/energy/gold later in the game. Do not plant Ancient Fruit Seeds outdoors in the Fall of any year.
Winter Year 1 - Plant all gift/cooking crops in work barn and begin gift giving.
ZERO OUT YOUR GOLD TO BUY WOOD AND STONE - SAVE 4,000g - TO BUILD A COOP THE LAST DAY YEAR 1!!!
Spring Year 2 - Clear the farm, then plant/water the 476 Strawberry Seeds cultivated during Year 1 on Year 2, Spring, Day 1 in the "Four Ideal Scarecrow Placement." Plant all Ancient Fruit Seeds cultivated from Year 1 left of the "Four Scarecrow Placement," in the, "Eight Scarecrow Placement."
Increase crop size/Quality Sprinkler coverage to, "Eight Scarecrow Placement" and "Twelve Scarecrow Placement," for planting 952 Blueberry Seeds next season.
Do not have more than 476 planted Ancient Fruit Seeds in Year 2.
Eight Scarecrow Placement With Quality Sprinkler Planning Image - https://imgur.com/h4XvBfa
Eight Scarecrow Placement With Quality Sprinkler Planning Link - https://stardew.info/plannewonderful-wasp-34/
Work towards - Year 2, Summer, Day 1 - "Twelve Scarecrow placement with Quality Sprinkler Planning."
Twelve Scarecrow Placement With Quality Sprinkler Planning Image - https://imgur.com/Qx1aZWd
Twelve Scarecrow Placement With Quality Sprinkler Planning Link - https://stardew.info/plannefluffy-elephant-10/
Summer Year 2 - Clear dead Strawberry Plants, then Plant/Water the 952 Blueberry Seeds cultivated during Year 1 on Year 2, Summer, Day 1 in the, "Four Scarecrow Placement With Quality Sprinkler Planning," area and, "Twelve Scarecrow Placement With Quality Sprinkler Planning," area. Plant all Ancient Fruit Seeds cultivated from Year 1 in the , "Eight Scarecrow Placement With Quality Sprinkler Planning," area. Do not have more than 476 planted Ancient Fruit Seeds in Year 2.
Work towards - Year 2, Fall, Day 1 - "Final Scarecrow placement with Quality Sprinkler Planning." This area creates 292 extra plantable spaces. Craft or reuse 6 Sprinklers on the far left of the farm to save resources.
Final Scarecrow Placement With Quality Sprinkler Planning Image - https://imgur.com/VYuQVBM
Final Scarecrow Placement With Quality Sprinkler Planning Link -https://stardew.info/plannehard-termite-26/
Fall Year 2 - Clear dead Blueberry Plants, then Plant/Water the 1,244 Cranberry Seeds cultivated during Year 1&2 on Year 2, Fall, Day 1 in the, "Four Scarecrow Placement With Quality Sprinkler Planning, Twelve Scarecrow Placement With Quality Sprinkler Planning and Final Scarecrow Placement With Quality Sprinkler Planning," areas.
- DO NOT PLANT ANCIENT FRUIT SEEDS OUTDOORS-
Winter Year 2 - Plant Crops in Garden Pots to finish Polyculture/Cooking/Friendship Accomplishments. Craft or move 5 more Sprinklers. Increase crop size/Quality Sprinkler coverage by chopping down the first Oak tree forest and preparing Farm for, "Year 3 Scarecrow Placement With Quality Sprinkler Planning," and an additional 408 plantable spaces.
Year 3 Scarecrow Placement With Quality Sprinkler Planning Image - https://imgur.com/uHoPpD9
Year 3 Scarecrow Placement With Quality Sprinkler Planning Link - https://stardew.info/planneterrible-elephant-5/
Spring Year 3 - Ignore everything else Year 3, Spring, Week 1 while clearing farm, planting/watering 1,652 Ancient Fruit Seeds cultivated during Year 1 and 2. Year 3, Spring, utilize all 1,652 plantable spaces in, "Year 3 Scarecrow Placement." Get ready to be rich beyond belief...
OTHER STARDEW VALLEY RESOURCES
Farm planning - https://stardew.info/planne#
Make farm images here - https://upload.farm/ - Be a patron to load images directly to Imgur
Progress/Accomplishment checklist - https://mouseypounds.github.io/stardew-checkup/
Imgur - https://imgur.com/
Seasonal Calendar - https://imgur.com/StardewValley/l0CtN
Full world, Hi-res map - https://www.easyzoom.com/imageaccess/8dfdc2b0aacc4438ad4e994bc5c2ffb5
COME AND FIND - Guano-Mystro - ON TWITCH -- https://www.twitch.tv/guanomaestro --
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Non-Combat Sea and Underwater Encounters

Your party is sailing or traveling in a submersible (like the Apparatus of Kwalish) and interesting things besides combat happen!
  1. A storm blows in and something strange is washed aboard the ship. You decide! (1d4):
    1. Treasure.
    2. A mermaid.
    3. A strange, half drowned bird.
    4. A dead deep sea fish.
  2. Your submersible travels through a dense forest of Kelp and the propeller gets tangled and the party has to figure out how to dislodge without getting the bends/while under the immense atmospheric pressure under the sea.
  3. The sounds of unearthly singing reach your ears from across the water. You find the remains of ships and sirens (mermaid like tricksters), but the sirens appear to have left.
  4. A whirlpool full of teeth opens up just ahead of your ship and you have to sail to avoid it (think Scylla and Charybdis).
  5. The seagulls are joined by other types of birds in the sky - perhaps something has gone awry on the land (perhaps a major forest fire).
  6. Bio-luminescent jelly fish bloom at night, lighting up the water around you, creating a romantic and breathtaking atmosphere.
  7. You find a dingy afloat all alone on the sea with a child/NPC with a story hook aboard.
  8. The stowaway is revealed after someone finally took inventory of the stowed supplies below deck when the chocolate was disappearing in larger quantities than expected.
  9. Seasoned sailors get seasick as you realize maybe something is wrong with the food.
  10. You see a gargantuan entity on the horizon and the sailors start to tell tales. You decide! (1d4)
    1. Uk'otoa.
    2. Dragon Turtles.
    3. Giant Hermit Crabs.
    4. Sea Serpents.
  11. You hit the doldrums. There is no wind and no current. The ship you are on has to wait until the wind starts again. Escape?
    1. The wind only starts on a natural 20 roll on a d20.
    2. Every day that passes uses up rations and fresh water.
    3. Once the food runs out, and the PCs begin to starve (failed CON roll with increaseing daily DC starting at 10) they may well begin to go insane.
    4. Cannibalism will resolve any hunger issues.
  12. You find a message in a bottle floating near the ship. It's from a father to his children, writing to tell them how much he misses them while he's on the high seas. Optional bonus quest to find the children and deliver the letter.
  13. One of the crew members caught a magical talking fish. The fish claims that if you set him free, he'll grant you a wish.
  14. A dolphin has been following the ship for three days. A. If treated kindly, the dolphin shows the way to a hidden lagoon with treasure. B. Treated badly, the dolphin and its friends make a large hole in the bottom of the ship.
  15. Things are going missing from the deck of the ship. If investigated, it's a bird. The bird has built a nest and is clearly trying to impress a potential mate with its newfound collection.
  16. A strange formation of rocks appears a ways off the shoreline of an island. Closer inspection reveals that these are not rocks, but bones from an ancient dragon. Perhaps the hoard is somewhere nearby?
  17. A sea witch happens upon the ship. She gives the party the "gift of communication" and casts a friendly spell before going on her way. The enchantment is aimed at the ship. For the next 14 days, the ship is sentient and can communicate with the crew. And boy oh boy, does this ship have some opinions!
  18. A wave washes a large shell onto the deck of the ship. It's a instrument, and the first person to pick it up gains proficiency in playing the shell. The shell can lull any baby in a 10 foot radius into a peaceful slumber.
  19. Fair wind: you arrive sooner
  20. Shitty wind: you are forced to sail around your destination to gain favorable wind. Arrive later. Tacking negates this somewhat
  21. A storm rolls in, but is just rain
  22. A storm rolls in and creates fog, travel is slowed, but less than bad winds. A measure of a few hours, not days.
  23. Two ships are fighting
  24. A ship is fighting a kraken
  25. A storm rolls in. Its a maelstrom
  26. A traveling sea merchant rolls by.
  27. Come across ship wreckage
  28. Come across a patch of darker water that slows the ship
  29. Ghost ship arises on the new moon is empty
  30. Ghost ship arises on the full moon and is crewed by skeletons
  31. Smaller ship tries to square up
  32. Bigger ship bullies you until you pay a toll or tax, fights if you refuse
  33. An island is sighted, but is not there when you arrive
  34. An island appears on the horizon where you JUST checked (its an island turtle)
  35. A rock appears where you swear there was nothing beforw (its a Gargantuan hermit crab)
  36. You see an undersea fight that causes the sea to roll and boil, sometimes popping up above water
  37. Coral reef! On a failed perception roll, boat takes damage and must be repaired. On a 1 it must be repaired 2x, once to stop it from sinking, and then again at port. A giant serpent surfaces and eyes the boat, eventually moving on
  38. An empty ship rolls by, slowly. (Mimic ship with oozes below)
  39. The sounds of unearthly singing reach your ears from across the water. You consider going after them, but decide not to (wis save)
  40. Your rowboat ropes start to snap! Make a dex save, mending check, strength saving throw to save it.
  41. A comet streaks across the sky
  42. Aurora Borealis
  43. You hear rumbling off in the distance. A volcanic island is erupting!
  44. Seals follow the boat for a while.
  45. A giant koi fish (river) or whale shark (sea) lazily circles the boat, then flips down to the depths
  46. A GIANT WHALE APPEARS!
    1. Takes a chunk of the boat
    2. Bumps the boat off course
    3. leaps over the boat and hits the mast on its way
    4. smacks the boat with its tail doing damage
  47. The waves grow choppy and the wind picks up. Unless intentionally slowing the boat, you get to your destination faster, but your boat might take damage
  48. The bard begins to play a sea shanty. You all join in and have a great time
  49. A massive, huge, giant, monsterous shark fin is seen. It then disappears without a trace
  50. A Blue Whale (100+ feet long) breaks the water and bumps the boat
  51. A Megalodon bites the stern of the boat, requiring repairs 2x. Trip is delayed by a few hours.
  52. The sea grows calm. No magic works. Then, just as suddenly, the wind picks up, magic starts up, everything is normal
  53. You see something sparkling on the beach of a small uncharted island.
  54. You see something sparkling on an uncharted island. Its a message in a bottle
  55. You pass by an uncharted island and see a fire. Its a marooned pirate, someone lost, nothing.
  56. An albatross takes a rest on your boat for a while, then flies off
  57. You see circling seagulls off in the distance. When you arrive there, there are some floating barrels with a dead body lashed to it, rum inside, food inside, repair supplies inside, cannonballs inside, treasure inside, an animal inside, barely clinging to life, a castaway bobbing in a barrel. You see a crate in the water. It has cannons, wood, food, ale, plants, silks, spices, sugar, a note atop showing a delivery island that is where you came from, the island you're going to, an island near it, an island you've never heard of, an island that Nobody has ever heard of.
  58. A giant squid comes near the surface near the boat to warm up in the sun. Curious about your presence, it follows your ship for several hours before disappearing back into the depths.
  59. A dragon swoops by, catching a ton of fish in its mouth, then flying away
  60. A dragon attacks the ship, but is shown to be an illusion. You dont know from where it came.
  61. Baba yaga, but it's an outpost on a rock
  62. Giant hippocampus swims next to the boat and tries to get the party to throw it treats.
  63. You fall off the ship! Before you can cry out the ship is already sailing on its way and you are lost overboard. Just as you begin to despair, a friendly merfolk swims up and asks if you need help. If you explain what happened, they kindly offer to return you to the ship.
  64. As you keep watch, you look over the side. Roll a percentage dice. (1-10, 90-100 its real) you see a small creature tearing out boards to the side of the ship! Then as you look they vanish, and you hear a commotion from the other side of the boat.
  65. A group of sea elves herding whales ask for help locating a missing calf
  66. While sailing at night, the ship passes through a patch of bioluminescent algae
  67. The ship gets lost in a magnetic field anomaly which causes their compass to spin wildly. A DC 17 survival check will get them out but off course. A 20 or higher will get them out while maintaining the proper course
  68. A merchant vessel: a vessel that is a small market place, stocking rope, lantern oil, medical supplies, preserved foods, and other ship-borne essentials, maybe weapon maintenance, potions of healing and water breathing, that kind of thing. put some guards on it: a blackguard, a champion, and a warlord.
  69. You encounter a Kelp Forest, a portion of the sea where the Kelp stalks stretch high above the waves, at least 40 to 50 feet. Who knows what kind of beasts might linger in the fog, nesting amongst the broad leaves and seed pods.
  70. A pod of whales swims along side the submersible, a sudden wave lunges the sub to one side as a Roc dives into the water and grabs a whale. The roc's flapping and thw whales panic make for extremly difficult seas and the crew of the sub will needs to sucseed in a skill challenge to prevent catostophic failure of the machine.
  71. An Iceberg that has been carved to be an Ice lich fortress on its underside sawrms with undead such as Merpires and Great Wight Sharks. The Party will have to find ways to make their vessal steathy or face a dire situation. (If in warmer climes, the Iceberg can be replaced with a floating coral fortress and the Ice Lich with a Merpire (Merfolk Vampire) Lord.)
  72. The Party see a lake of dark liquid on the bottom of th sea bed. The substance is "Brine" super salty water that is low in oxygen, only the most hard bacteria can survive in it. it is used by many subnautical peoples as a holy sight to entomb their dead. . . Often with gold and pearls. When the Party are down in the lake, somethng knocks on the hatch.
  73. The party comes across an abandoned ship, it’s in perfect condition and the party can’t tell why it’s been abandoned
  74. You come across a huge abyssal plane of downed airships on the ocean floor after a dogfight. The ghosts all come to you to help them get home.
    1. home (denial)
    2. travel
    3. ascend
    4. seize (haunt/poltergeist)
  75. A methane vent on the ocean floor causes anything in the area to sink at 10’ per round.
  76. The lookout can see multiple sources of light below the water. If the party investigates they find a small village of sea people living in bubbles 100 meters below the surface. The bubbles contain oxygen and are possible to move through but also stand on.
  77. You meet another ship, a merchant ship. However, you are informed that this particular ship used to be quite known for his crew and their deals … Until they sank 2 years ago
  78. The ship is run aground on a sandbank (more plausible in archipelagos/shallow waters), so the players must find a way to dig the ship out or use enough force to push off from the bank (but not too much force to break the ship!)
  79. You pass ovearound an island recently submerged underwater by rising sea levels (natural or otherwise). The tops of trees and buildings peak over the lapping waves, and if you glance down and squint you can make out the signs of a civilisation eradicated; fish swimming about abandoned hovels, overturned carts floating by, and even the occasional ghost wandering down dead roads.
  80. Far in the distance, you can make out a naval battle raging. The distant thunder of cannons and a faint smell of brimstone linger in the air. Eventually one ship keels over, sinking beneath the waves.
  81. A half-sunken ship containing a hag. She'll promise them anything they want in exchange for safe passage back. Obviously a monkeys paw scenario, helps a lot with the overtly good paladins etc
  82. Found a floating city made from various buoyant materials.
  83. Found a Djinn in a bottle.
  84. Meet a trading Merfolk, selling anything they found on the seabed.
  85. A dormant ship floating on the sea during the day. When checked, all the ship's crew are vampires, sleeping.
  86. Your ship sails into a big area of thick, sticky gloop, stopping the ship's motion, trapping any oars submerged into the gloppy mass, and clogging up any rudders. How are you going to get out of this one? gargantuan sea-gelatinous cube!?
  87. A Triton appears before your submersible anf flashes a big message, word by word, using Minor Illusion: "STOP!" "MIGRATING" "KRAKEN!" "TURN" "BACK" "NOW!"
  88. A long riverboat is seen at the mouth of a river pouring into the sea. A closer investigation reveals it is a casino boat!
  89. A ship rolls up on you, but it's someone going where you are and they challenge you to a race to get there. No magic can be used, some magic, all bets are off. They wager gold, a piece of information, a magic item. They are true to their word, they sail away, they attempt to destroy the ship, they vanish as you approach the island (they're ghosts) and you find the reward in the captains quarters.
  90. You come across a large bed of giant clams/shellfish. They make for good eating and have several big pearls in them.
  91. One foggy night you hear ghostly pirate shanties being sung over the waves. In the fog you can barely make out the black shape of a ghost ship before it disappears.
  92. You spot a large kraken corpse with massive bite marks on it. Who could possibly do this damage?
  93. While traveling through a kelp forest you see a raft of giant sea otters. Killing them for their fur will net you a ton of money at a market but is it worth earning the ire of a local sea goddess for doing it?
  94. In the distance you sea a newly form volcano spewing out fire elementals to battle water elementals rising from the sea to snuff out the volcano.
  95. A giant Octopus is tending their coral garden. They offer gold in exchange for seaweeds from far off places to put in their garden.
  96. Has anyone featured an encounter with black smokers yet? Vents from the planets mantel spewing out pressurized boiling gas, causing pillars of what looks like black smoke underwater and a huge diversity of life that is strange and alien. You could combine that with a giant Bobbit worm made of smoke poking out of a portal to the elemental plane of fire. this is a vague idea.
  97. Maybe come across some merfolk torturing a sapient giant electric eel, they are doing so to capture electricity that powers a magic artifact that keeps a merfolk child alive. free the eel and the child dies. leave it and a living thinking creature is tortured slowly to death.
  98. While you observe the sea you notice a big shadow appear under the boat. A BIG shadow. A massive sea creature appears.
  99. While sailing, suddenly it gets more and more foggy till you can barely see anything anymore. Suddenly you see a hazy ship coming out of the water and getting closer to you. The crew doesn't look normal (Black Pearl inspired)
  100. You travel a long time on a boat with only a few passenger, you eat regularly together in the small tavern style restaurant on the boat and basically know all passengers by face. One day one of them disappears. Next day another one, and another one. The rest passengers get suspicious. The persons are nowhere to be found. The PCs try to investigate. In the end turns out a vampire is on the boat coming out when its cloudy or raining. (Dracula Series on Netflix, Second Episode)
Bonus: Combat Encounters 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.
Edit 1: General comment about struggling with sub-lists. This got deleted in the great silliness of 11:30p on 7/11/2020 (see edit 2).
Edit 2: Well. Dang. That will teach me to edit and post only on a web form without a back up copy I had 78 things with complex lists for some of them and accidentally saved over them and lost all of that data. I'll have to redo it. Please don't down vote me in the meantime. I spent like 5 hours on it this afternoon and I'm devastated that I lost it all...
Edit 3: I've made a simple redo of the 5 hours of work and saved it elsewhere. It does not reflect the synthesizing of comments and repeats, the separating of combat from non-combat in people's suggestions, the removing of cuss words, the grammatical edits, or the embellishing that I did. I plan to do that in the next couple of days, but here is something in case you were counting on this list like tomorrow or something. Please note that the numbers may change on entries and if you comment on a specific entry, you may want to quote some of the content too. There are 20 of these that were originally combined, moved into combat, or otherwise not included in version 1.
Edit 4: the list says 100 but there are combat encounters in there. I still want to re-synthesize the list when I have a couple hours. I want to break out combat separate from non-combat, and possibly separate on the ocean vs. underwater.
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