Blacksmith

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Blacksmith
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Open Hours: 9:00AM to 4:00PM
Closed: Friday, after Community Center restored and at 10:30 AM Winter 16
Address: Across the town's river, to the bottom right
Occupants:

Clint Icon.png Clint

The Blacksmith serves as a location for purchasing coal and ores (copper, iron, & gold), upgrading tools, and breaking open geodes. It also is the home of blacksmith Clint.

Stock

The purchase prices of ore and coal increase in year 2+. The player will receive a letter in the mail on Spring 1 of year 2 saying "Notice: The price of raw materials at Robin's shop and Clint's shop has increased." The gold obtained by selling items to Clint (or through the shipping bin) does not increase.

Item Name Description Year 1
Price
Year 2+
Price
Copper Ore.png
Copper Ore A common ore that can be smelted into bars. Gold.png75g Gold.png150g
Iron Ore.png
Iron Ore A fairly common ore that can be smelted into bars. Gold.png150g Gold.png250g
Coal.png
Coal A combustible rock that is useful for crafting and smelting. Gold.png150g Gold.png250g
Gold Ore.png
Gold Ore A precious ore that can be smelted into bars. Gold.png400g Gold.png750g

Upgrade Tools

Clint can upgrade your tools incrementally. The Pickaxe, Axe, Hoe, and Watering Can can all be upgraded 4 times. It takes 2 days to upgrade a tool. While Clint is upgrading a tool, he will be unable to do anything else.

Clint works on festival days, though save for two exceptions you cannot drop off or pick up tools on festival days. The two festival days that you can drop off and pick up tool upgrades on are the Dance of the Moonlight Jellies in the Summer, and Spirit's Eve festival in the Fall. If you drop a tool off the day before a festival it will be ready the day after the festival.

  • The copper axe allows you to break the large stumps on your farm. It reduces the hits needed to chop down trees.
  • The copper pickaxe allows you to break large rocks in the mine. These give 10 stone. It reduces the hits needed for other rocks.
  • The steel axe allows you to break the logs on your farm.
  • The steel pickaxe allows you to break the large rocks on your farm.
  • The gold pickaxe allows you to break any meteorites that land on your farm.
  • Upgraded versions of the watering can and hoe allow the player to water and till multiple squares of land in a single use (using click-and-hold).
Image Name Ingredient Cost
Copper Hoe.png Copper Pickaxe.png Copper Axe.png Copper Watering Can.png Copper Tool Copper Bar.png Copper Bar (5) Gold.png2,000g
Steel Hoe.png Steel Pickaxe.png Steel Axe.png Steel Watering Can.png Steel Tool Iron Bar.png Iron Bar (5) Gold.png5,000g
Gold Hoe.png Gold Pickaxe.png Gold Axe.png Gold Watering Can.png Gold Tool Gold Bar.png Gold Bar (5) Gold.png10,000g
Iridium Hoe.png Iridium Pickaxe.png Iridium Axe.png Iridium Watering Can.png Iridium Tool Iridium Bar.png Iridium Bar (5) Gold.png25,000g

Process Geodes

You can pay Clint to break open geodes for you. You'll find Gems and Minerals within, as well as common resources like Stone, Clay, and Coal.

Note: If the sell price of the item inside the geode is Gold.png75g or less, you will hear a "clink" sound when it is broken open. Otherwise, you will hear a short melody, and the item will sparkle.

Image Name Description Cost to Process
Geode.png
Geode A blacksmith can break this open for you. Gold.png25g
Frozen Geode.png
Frozen Geode A blacksmith can break this open for you. Gold.png25g
Magma Geode.png
Magma Geode A blacksmith can break this open for you. Gold.png25g
Omni Geode.png
Omni Geode A blacksmith can break this open for you. These geodes contain a wide variety of Minerals. Gold.png25g

Tips

  • During year 1, it's cheaper to buy wood from the Carpenter's Shop and use a Charcoal Kiln to make your own coal than it is to buy coal from the Blacksmith's. Starting in year 2, the price of wood increases from Gold.png10g to Gold.png50g, so it is cheaper to purchase coal.
  • In order to avoid missing a day of watering, water your crops then start the upgrade to your Watering Can when the weather report indicates rain the next day. Your plants will be watered the day of by you, the following day by rain, and you can pick up the can the day after that. You can also upgrade your watering can near the end of a season, if you know you have nothing in the ground that will bear fruit.

External Links

Users with access to their saved game files may find the "Stardew Predictor" utility helpful for predicting which items will be produced from breaking open geodes. The utility is located at: https://mouseypounds.github.io/stardew-predictor/

History

  • v1.04
    • Price of Copper Ore increased from Gold.png50g to Gold.png75g
    • Price of Iron Ore increased from Gold.png100g to Gold.png150g
    • Price of Coal increased from Gold.png100g to Gold.png150g
    • Price of Gold Ore increased from Gold.png300g to Gold.png400g
  • v1.3
    • Price of Copper Ore increases in year 2+ from Gold.png75g to Gold.png150g
    • Price of Iron Ore increases in year 2+ from Gold.png150g to Gold.png250g
    • Price of Coal increases in year 2+ from Gold.png150g to Gold.png250g
    • Price of Gold Ore increases in year 2+ from Gold.png400g to Gold.png750g