Stardew Valley: Where to Get a Rabbit’s Foot

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Where to Get a Rabbit’s Foot in Stardew Valley

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Stardew Valley features a variety of different animals that each give you their own unique products. One of the rarer ones is a Rabbit’s Foot. This is a handy item that not only sells for a lot, but also is necessary for one of the Community Center bundles. It’s not that easy to get your hands on one, though.

The more surefire way is by getting yourself a rabbit from Marnie. These require a Deluxe Coop upgrade, which costs you a hefty sum as you’ll first need to upgrade to a Big Coop (10,000 coins, 400 Wood, and 150 Stone) and then you need to shell out 20,000 coins, 500 Wood, and 200 Stone to the Carpenter’s Shop. Once you have your Deluxe Coop, though, you’ll unlock Rabbits which can be purchased from Marnie’s Ranch for 8,000 coins. Then you’ll need to work your friendship with the rabbit up to its maximum hearts and you’ll get the chance to get the rabbit’s foot drop from your very own furry pal. This is the most definitive way to get multiples, but it’s not that easy, as you can see.

Other, luck-based drops include killing a Serpent in the mines or buying it from the Travelling Cart. A rabbit’s foot can be sold for 450 coins, 562 coins for Silver Star, and 675 coins for Gold Star. They are also loved by all villagers except Penny, so make some friends while you’re at it!

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