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10 Items We Wish Existed In Real Life From Stardew Valley

by debek

Stardew Valley looks like a realistic farming game at first, but it has some magic things that we’d love to see in real life.

Stardew Valley has always been a mix of real life and fantasy. You can farm just like you would in real life, but you can also fight off monsters, help the spirits of the land, and experience a lot of magic all over the valley, as well as the nearby desert and island.

Since the game is a “life simulator,” we can recognise many things that you might find in real life. Others, on the other hand, are made up and sometimes even magical, and we’d love to be able to get them too.

Magic Cowboy Hat/Turban

The shop of the desert trader, which is selling a butterfly hutch, a green turban, a magic cowboy hat, and a birch double bed

Even though this thing is just for looks, it’s still really cool. Depending on when you go to the desert dealer, you can buy both of them for the same price. As soon as you buy them, you can put them on and watch as their colours keep changing, going through all the colours of the rainbow.

Even though there are already hats with lights that could do the same thing, they all have to be powered by batteries and are very bright. This would be a piece of magic you could carry and wear because the cloth itself would change colour.

Cookout Kit

A farmer standing next to a cookout kit

The cookout kit is a useful tool for people who cook a lot in the game, whether it’s to try to get buffs or just to make some of the strange food items. It will make a small fire for cooking wherever you are, so you can use all the recipes you would normally have in your kitchen.

If something like this existed in the real world, it would be very helpful for people who like to picnic or camp because you would only need to bring the fixings and you would have a fully functional camping stove right away. It even cleans up after itself, because whatever you put down will be gone the next day.

Crystalarium

Stardew Valley Crystalariums

The Crystalarium might not be for everyone, but if you like gems, it would be a great thing to have in your home. All you have to do to get it to work is put in a gem or mineral of any kind, and it will keep making copies of that gem without needing power or anything else.

We do have lab-grown crystals that are similar, but not everyone could do that at home to get as many of those crystals as they want for the price of one.

Dinosaur Egg

Stardew Valley - Dinosaurs near a Coop

The dinosaur egg is the way to go to Jurassic Park in real life if you’ve ever wanted to. It’s a rare item you can find in the mines while facing Pepper Rexes.

These eggs are still whole, and if you put one in an incubator in a chicken coop, you’ll get your very own dinosaur. It will be controlled, so it won’t try to kill you with its fire breath. Not only would that possibly stop the dinosaurs from attacking like in the Jurassic Park movies, but it would also let us see all these extinct animals again.

Mini Obelisk

A farmer standing in a field next to a mini obelisk

The tiny obelisk is an item that can be placed and must be used in pairs. If you put two on your farm, you can go back and forth between them right away. The only bad thing about it is that it only works on your farm.

Even if they were real and that rule still applied to them, it would help with different things around the house. You could put one in the laundry room so you don’t have to carry your clothes all over the house. No matter what you could use it for, it would make your day much better.

Return Scepter

An almost empty chest and inventory highlighting the return scepter and what it does

The return sceptre is one of the most expensive items you can buy in Basket Random game, but it’s worth every coin. Krobus sells it in his shop. Once you buy it, it will take you right to your front door, no matter where you are, and it won’t go away when you use it.

You could walk as far as you want and get back home right away. You could also use it after going to see friends and family. The only bad thing is that it only goes one way and doesn’t bring your car with you, so you’d have to figure out how to get there without leaving a car behind that you can’t get to later.

Junimo Chest

Stardew Valley placed junimo chest
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To get the full effect, you need to buy two Junimo chests from Mr. Qi’s Walnut Shop. Even though it only has nine slots, you can reach these slots from any Junimo chest because they all share an inventory. You can connect more than two to the same inventory, so you can have as many as you need.

If they were real, you could put things in them that you often lose or forget, like your keys, phone, or wallet, and still find them if you lost them. Or, you could just keep a few things you need on hand so you can get to them when you need to.

Farm Computer

The interior of a farm bedroom, where the farmer stands next to a farm computer

Even though it might seem normal at first, the computer on the farm isn’t like most computers. It scans the farm and tells you some basic information, like how many crops might be ready to pick that day or how much hay is in your silos. If this was real, it would be a big help to people who have farms or even just a garden in their back yard.

For those who don’t, it could probably also pick up on other things, like when a room is getting too dirty and needs to be cleaned or when you’re running low on certain foods. Helping you around the house would be great, and smart homes are the way of the future.

Fairy Dust

A farmer holding fairy dust while facing a preserves jar

It’s not easy to find the recipe for making fairy dust, but it’s well worth the work. It can be sprinkled on any machine, and the dust will make it finish what it was doing right away. You could sprinkle it on a microwave or oven to cook food quickly, which is great when you’re hungry.

If you like technology, your 3D print could be done right away instead of taking hours. It could probably even update any of your electronics right away, so you don’t have to wait for the update to finish before you can use it.

Warp Totems

A farmer in the forest holding a warp totem for the mountains

In Stardew Valley, there are five different warp totems. Each one leads to a different part of the game. If you use one of these totems, you’ll quickly go to the place it’s connected to.

Something like this would be great to have in real life. Imagine getting a warp totem so you could skip the commute to work or school, or getting ones connected to famous vacation spots so you could just pop in and not have to worry about travel. It would save a lot of time and be a great way to make life easy.

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